1898-06-30; Saline Observer
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A. J. WARREN, Publisher. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1898. VOL. XVHI.-NO. 35. ?MANNERS OUTSIDE THE NAVY. Old Sea Dojrs Have Little Respect for land Ivubbor's Ways. From "On a Man-of-War:" "The ordinary seaman's respect for rank and station when not connected with his beloved vessel is decidedly meager. "When the president of the "United States visits one of our men-of-war he is received at the gangway hy the admiral, commanding officer, and all of the officers of the ship, in full uniform, the crew at quarters for inspection, tha marine guard drawn up with the band on the quarter deck, the national flag is displayed at the main, the drummer gives four ruffles, the band plays the national air, and a salute of twenty- one guns is "fired. The same ceremony also takes place on his leaving. On one occasion the president visited one of the ships informally, dispensing with the salute and ceremony, when one of the men rather indignantly asked another who that lubber was on the quarterdeck that didn't "douse hia peak" to the commodore. "Choke your luff, will you," was the reply, "that's Che president of the United States." "Well! ain't he got manners enough to salute the quarterdeck if he is?" "Manners! What does he know about manners? I don't suppose he was ever out of sight of land in his life." Is It Best To Tell Your Troubles? Joseph McGibney, a night watch of Kalamazoo, has had trouble for eight years. Now that he is practically freed therefrom , he proposes to reveal the facts to his neighbors.. Meetiug a prominent druggist last week, whose name we withold for the present, he said,"Ihave had dyspepsia and nerve tpoubles fqr^eight years, and have tried many'ppepara'vjfios advertised for their cure, witti up satisfaction. Recently I procured a package of Drake's Dyspepsia Cure and Nerve Restorer, have had it only two weeks and am thankful that my affliction isa thing- of the past. Good, sound sleep is something I have not had for some time previous to my using treatment. I cau safely recommend it to any person afflicted with stomach or nerve troubles." There is only one place in Saline where you pan get this preparation; O. P. Unterkircher, the leading druggist. This is the only preparation, for stomach apt} nerve troubles that is sold strictly upon its merits. A package will convince the most skeptical. A book on gtomach and nerve troubles; their symp« toras and their cures, given free for tbe asking at the above store. Commencement! Another year's school days have passed into history. The old familiar .tone of the school bell will not be heard for a time. Many of the pupils will enjoy a rest while some will be kept busy until the fail term opens. The class of 98 will many times in their future, look back to their school days at Saline with pleasure, and theu fully realize that they were their happiest days, when their cares and troubles were not known and where they were enjoying pleasures never to be repeated. A Recitation, "The Ride of Jennie M cNeal" was next of the literary program. This poem so full of pathos and heroism, and so difficult to render with full effect, was splendidly given by Matilde A. Blaess. Jeanetla M. Moore gave as her graduating "Ess; - "Ambition the Power behind the T¥rone." Ia clear, well moderated voice Nettie gave a logical, well balanced production on this essential element .of success. Class History No matter however well r,he rest of the program may be rendered, special interest always centers around the Class History. Marion B. Leith had been chose n to NE R V ES must be fed on pure, rich blood. Hood's Sarsaparilia is the best nerve tonic. By enriching the blood it makes the nerves STRONG. Housekeepers .Who would avoid the annoyance incident to * the use ' of unreliable Stove should use RedJCrown And avoid being seriously annoyed by the presence of oil or other tary and foreign sub-, stances in most of so-called Stove (Jasolinp in the market. You will find relief bv using our Red Crown Brand Pgpdpriie^ gtove Q-asoline Insist on your dealer supplying vou with our goods. No Smoke! no Odor! We guarantee Red Crown Gasoline and Electric Oil to be always uniform and giye entire satisfaction Standard Oil Oo. Commencement day was one of per - fectness, it blossomed out in the morning with a bright sun and so continued through tbe day, yet tbe air was not hot, but balmy and refreshing. The regular promotion exercises which were in the chapel at 9:30 were largely attended and very interestin g. The speaking- was good, selections fine and decorations most appropriate, and all passed off to the satisfaction of all. The different classes promoted were fully as: large as.usual, and passed their examinations with good standing. Commencement proper took place- in the opera house Thursday evening.ahd as usual drew a crowded house. Long before time for the exercises to commence, the seats were nearly all filled with eager and anxious listeners. The stage presented as neat an appearance as had ever been presented on similar ocoasions. It was draped from floor to ceiling with the class colors, pale blue and white, bearing the class motto, "Success Awaits at Labor's Gate," across the center. A male quartet from Ann Arbor furnished the music, which was very good, and judging from the number of times they were encored, their work was appreciated. After invocation by Rev. D. Q. Barry, the graduating class introduced their part of the program with the Salutatory, by Aileen S. Sears. Aileen has a clear full voice which was easily heard throughout the hall, and this quality of distinctness was noticeable and pleasingly predouiioant among the entire class. She welcomed the friends on behalf of the class of C9S, and gave.a metaphorical description of the labors and success of the class thoughout the course. Clara li. Sturm rendered, a pleasing Recitation—Claudius and Cynthia. It is unnecessary to give the theme of the recitation, butit is -true to say that Clara was master, both of the thought and the rendering of the piece. Earl T. Fosdick then gave the audience a thoroughly practical Oration, on"The Referendum, or Direct Legis-' lation. While we have undoubtedly one of the best systems of government in the world, it is well for us to see what other nations are doing. The power of money and political favoritism, often thwarts the will of the people and Earl believes and gave excellent reasons for his position, that the acts of the legislative body should be referred back to the people for approval. chronicle the doings(and mis-doings) of her class-mates, and we judge from the effect on the various members of • the class and the audienoe, that her task was faithfully dona. None escaped some sharp thought, and no one could feel slighted, or that he was prodded more than his unfortunate class-mates. Luther M. Briggs renderel" Apos - trophe to the Ocean." This exceedingly difficult style of declamation Wits well handled. Luther can .congratulate himself on his rendition of the piece. As if to enforce the class history cause the Class Prophecy, by Murtella A. North. Prophecying is a difficult task, Pew indeed have the gift. But believing, we judge, the Prop hetess held truetheold" adaga, "coming wants cast their shadows before." she found the future of ber classmates mirrored in their school life. The many thrusts of the prophetess were pleasantly received by both classmates teachei and audience. This paper was a clever piece of work throughout. For exellency of scholarship in the high school course, F. Ethel Taggart was chosen to give the Valedictory. Her production'was a well studied, well developed literary effort and proved full well Ethel's, right to the title of Valedictorian.- The Alumni gathering and banquet at the same hall Friday evening was one of the most pleasant, and perfect since the organization. The social part renewed many old pleasures and the program and banquet were all that could be asked for, anc", it was passed the hour of midnight before the crowd turned in tbe good alarm. Beats The Klondike Mr. A. C. Thomas, of 'ilarysyille, Tex., has found a more valuable discovery than has yet been made in theElon dike. For years he suffered untold agony from consumption, accompanied by hemorrhages: and was absolutely cured by Dr. King's New Discovery for . consumption, coughs and colds. He declares that gold is o llitte value "m comparison with this marvelous cure; would have it even if it costa huudeed dollars a bottle. Asthma, Bronchitis aud all throat and luud affectiens ar positively cured by Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption. Trial bottles free at Iaster & Sheeder's -Drug Store. "Regular size 50c. and "*51. Every bottle guaranteed to cure or price refunded. 2 NOTICE. We the undersigned, do hereby agree to refund the money on two 25-cen.t bottles of Baxter's Mandrake Bitters if it fails to cure constipation, biliousness, sick headache, or any of the diseases for which it is recommended. Also will refund the money on a 50 cent bottle of Downs, Elixir, if it does not cure any cough, cold, croup, whooping, cough, or any throat or lung difficulty. We also guarantee one 25 cent bottle of either of the above to prove 'satisfactory or money refunded. Lister & Sheeder, C. F. Unterkircher. Bucfclen's Arnica Save. The Best Salve in the world for Outs Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Fever. Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruption, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Lister & Sheeder the Druggists Polfou want any? For the benefit of the amateur photographer, we have put in a limited supply of Plates, Print Paper, Mounts *Toning and Developer, Flash Light Powder, Etc. ■ Which We will selKyou as cheap as you can buy them anywhere. A.J.Warren. Notice tg Creditcvrs. State of Michigan cpunty of AVashtenw- s s Notice jshereby given, that by an order of the Probate Court for the county cf Washtenaw, made on the 12 day of April A.D.1898. slxmonths from that date-were allowed for creditors to present their claims against the estate of Daniel "Weiennett late of said County deceased, and that all creditors of said deceased are required to present their claims to saidProbate Court, at the Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor, for examination and allowance on or before the 12 'day of October next, and that such claims will be heard before said Court, on the 13 day of July and on the IS day of October next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of each of said days. Dated, Ann Arbor, April 8, A. D. 1898. H. WirtNewkirlr, Judge pf Probate. Beawfte ATlw Kind You Haw Always Bought Kgnatare cf , AGENTS WASTED. In Every County, to Supply the Great Popular Demand for Told in Picture -fl,.......! and Story Compiled and Written by Senator John J. Ingalls Of Kansas. The most brilliantly written, mpst profusely and artistically illustrated, and most intensely popular book on the subject of the war with Spain. Nearly 200 Superb Illustrations .from Photos, taken especially for this great work. Agents are making S50 to S100 a week selling it. A veritable bonanza for live canvassers. Apply for description, terms and territory an once to N. D. Thompson Pub. Co St 1-ouis, Mo. or New York City CASTORIA. Bears tie ^A T-19 Kind You Have Always Bought ^ C&A&SEi' Oome to the MEAT MARKET For Choice Cuts of Beef, Pork and Mutton I Choice Bolognas ane Liver Sausage always on hand and mado^to order.. Chickens. Turkeys, Srusage and Fish in their season. Choice Lard in pails or bulk We are here to please you. Come and see us. iiilii SC-HMIO.. E F. Mills & Co. (Dixit? Opportunity Sale, Begins Saturday June 25, and continues until Saturday, July 2 We shall crowd a good deal of opportunity for our Customers into these seven days. It will b-} our Semi Annual clearing up of our stock and as such will merit your careful attention. We have a"reputation of always doing exactly as we advertise. We do not put bargains ou paper and not have them in our store, nor do we advertise as great bargains our every day prices on Merchandise. Your dollars always buys a dollars worth, aad , often more with us you are so well satisfied that you como again and yet again. We appreciate the good will of our Customers and Strive to always merit it If not a customer of ours test us during the sale, E. F. MILLS .& CO., ANN ARBOR. MICH. Great Cures proved by thousands* of testimonials show that Hood's Sarsapariila possesses power to purify, vitalize and enrich the blood. Hood's Pills are the only pills to be taken witb Hood's Sarsapariila. FOR Toledo and Points East and South. . Leave Pittsfield, South 7:40 a. m. 8:51 p. m. ll:37;a. m. FOR Owosso. Alma, Mt. Pleasant, Clare, Cadillac, Manistee, Petoskey and points Leave Pit.tsfi.eld, 3Sorth 8:32 a. m. l-.H p. m. 12:27 a. m. If you are going to the Northwest, you can save money by buying tickets via Frankford and'Ann Arbor1 Steamers which run between Frankfort, Manitowoc and Kewaunee Wis. and Frankfort. Menominee and Gladstone Mich. "W. H Bisk-sett, G. ~B. A., Toledo. |Vyav^^^vVVV%%^%%vvvavavvvvvaya^ayavva,%%av i Caveats, andTradfr-Martsolitiuned, and aH Patient business conducted for moderate Fees. 'OUR OFFICE IS OPPOSITE U.S. E*T**HT.0ff1«| I and we can secure patent an less tune tnantnoiei remote from Washington. . ? Send model, drawing or photo., ■with aeicnp-' tion. We advise, if patentable or not, free of; charee.' Ourf ee not due till patent is secured. A PAUPHtcr. "How to ObtainPatents," with cost of same in the U. S. and foreign countries sent free. Address, C.A.SNOW&CO, -» OF**. PATENT OFFICE, WASHINGTON, D« C C^%>%%%%%%%%%%%^f^*^»*^'*>,*fc^<^*fc%%'lfc'%^ Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria* WAR, or WAR! People Will Have Crescent Bieyeles -£i" Crescent" Bicycles? •0 O pq They aro made in tho Largest factory in the- world. They are sold in your midst by a responsible firm and the largest dealer, with years of experience. Toil obtaiu (the only) the Crescent double guarantee, viz.: Price as well as quality. They are recognized as "The Wheel that Stands Up." Thoy never break. The prices today are the same they have been for six years, thus forcing all other manufacturers down to our pric»s. S50 is the MShest prioe Chain Wheel .they make. They can make none better fo. double the price. Honest Prices Need No Change. We Sell to One and All Alike.*. Come and See the Crescent Tandem. FORD 8t SON, AGENTS. SALINE., MICH. IftCCOrtf CK*$ masterpieces "THE THREE KINGS" OF THE HARVEST FIELD. THE "OPEN ELEVATOR** King: of all Grain Harvesters. THE No. 4 STEEL MOWER King- of all Grass Cutters. THE '96 CORN BINDER Kinij of all Corn Harvesters. Come In - and See Them! "They Are Matchless! The great Money- Savers ofthe Farm. AT THE WORLD'S FAIR They Won the Only Honors. EST EVERY TEST they prove their superiority. - "(NEVERYLAlSromeyleadti^leaders. IHAVE satisfied myself that McCormick *S?Iaciiines are the* lightest;, draft, most durable . and most reliable grain and grass cutters built by any manufacturer. I believe they are the cheapest machines a farmer can own—if experience has proven, anything, it has proven this. 1believe a careful vexamination of iliem will convince any man tha. they are j-jlanned with, a mechanical nicety and pot together with a degree of care far ahead of that shown in any other .make of harvesting macMnery. I want all interested oarties to come -md see them. They are guaranteed to -work "where others fait Warren & Jackson, Agents. .>-L .M: j,, rYJL&itixSk 3a^gvEajittaWav'
|Title||1898-06-30; Saline Observer|
|Publisher||LeBaron & Nissly|
|Description||An issue of the Saline, Michigan newspaper. Published weekly. Began publication in 1880. No longer published.|
|Subject/Keywords||Saline (Mich.) - Newspapers; Washtenaw County (Mich.) - Newspapers;|
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