1899-04-20; Saline Observer
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The Saline Observe A. J. WARREN, Publisher. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY APRIL 20, 1899. VOL. XIX.~NO.26 Miscellaneous r* F. UNTERKIRCHER, M. D. Physician & Surgeon. Office at ".TJnterkircher's Pharmacy Chiea go St. SAL—TE - MICH. J)R.G. E.'.KUHL, Dentist Office over Citizen's Bank. SALINE, - - MICH. At Manchester every Wednesday and _urseay p e. jo:nes. Attorney at Law. Business attended to with Promptness and Care. Offlce on McKay street, SALINE, - - MICH. Q . WILLIAMS <* Attorney at Law, Egpeclai;attention paid to Pension Claims of a! .-• • kinds. Newcomb Block, MILAN, - MICH. ' n C. SLAGHT, Veterinary Surgeon. _—(—, lenawee;co., MICH. Connection with Tecumseh by Telegraph and by Mail. ALL CALLS PROMPTLY ATTEND TO. WATERMAN' PHOTOG-APUJGAILERY. (Miss Gillett's old stand.) Will be in Saline every Wednesday aud shall be rieased tp meet all in need o£ work in my line Jail and see samples of our work. A. J. WARREN, CONVEYANCER AND Notary - Public. "AU legal papers£drawn'*pn short notice and at prices within the reach of all. -neral Fire Insurance a Specialty ^ H.COOK Auctioneer MILAN, - - MICH. »».—^_—v%^^*—^—►*%/^%^/**i PATENTS Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Pat- J ent business conducted for moderate fees. < < ;our OrncE IS OPPOSITE.O. S. PATENT OFFICE J I and wo can secure patent >n less time than those *j , remote from Washington. Send model, drawing or photo., with description. We advise, if patentable or not, free of J charee. Ourfeenotd—tillpalentissecuret". ! A PAMfH—r, "How to Obtain Patents," with i cost A same In the U. S. and foreign countries J lent tree. Address, C.A.SNOW&CO. Orr. "patent Office, Washington, d. C. Dr. Humphreys' Specifics act directly upon the disease, •Kthout exciting disorder in other parts of the system. They Cure the Sick. HO, CUKES. PRICES. 1—Fevers, Congestions, Inflammations. .25 Jit—Worms. Worm Fever, Worm Colic.. .25 A—Teething, Colic, Crying.Wakefulness .25 4—Diarrhea, of Children or Adults 25 ft—Dysentery, Gripings,Bilious Colic... .25 S—Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Vomiting. .25 7—Coughs. Colds, Bronchitis 25 8—Neuralgia, Toothache, "Faceache 25 9—Headache, Sick Headache, Vertigo.. .25 10—DyspepsIn,Indlgest"on,WeakStomach.25 11—Suppressed or Painful Periods 25 19—Whites, Too Profuse Periods 25 13—Croup. Laryngitis. Hoarseness 25 14—Salt Rheum, Erysipelas,Eruptions.. .25 15—Rheumatism, Rheumatic Pains 25 IS—Malaria. Chills, Fever and Ague 25 IT—Piles, External or Internal .25 18—Ophlhnlmin. Weak or Inflamed Eyes .25 19—Catarrh, Influenza, Cold in t_ Head .25 aO-Whooplne-Cough 25 31—Asthma. Difficult Breathing 25 22—Ear Discharge, Earache 25 23—Scrofula, Swellings and Ulcers .25 24—General Debility, -Weakness .25 25—Dropsy, Fluid Accumulations 25 28—Sea-Sickness, Nausea, Vomiting.... ..25 2T—Kidney Diseases 25 ■jSS-IVervous Debility .1.00 29—Sore Month, or Canker. - 25 SO-—inary Weakness, Wetting Bed... .25 31-Painful Menses, Pruritus 25 33-Diseases of the Heart, Palpitations.1.00 33—Epilepsy; St. Vitus' Dance 1.00 14-SoreThroat, Quinsy.Diphtheria... .25 >f—ChronicC'onseBtions, Headaches.. .25 »*r-r—ip.Hay;Fever -— 35 Br. Humphreys' Manual of aUDlseases at your Druggists or Mailed Free. _""—I by druggists, or sent on receipt of price. Hamphfeys—ed. cb7,"Co~r.William" 2; Johists., Hew York. HUMPHREYS' WITCH HAZEL OIL " THE PILE OINTMENT." a JforPlles-Exten—or Internal* B_d orBIeeding; J—tula inAno; Itching orBIeedingof theHect—i Tfce relief Is Immediate—the cure certain. " tWPE,50OTS. TSXAL SIZE, 25 OTS. Sold by Dnisglels, or aenl posl-paW onrecelpt of price. ■■'-.-' sH*sUM—ES'_D.C0-, llltllSlTUU—SI., Sew—fa Mooreville. Scarlet fever has abated. Miss Luceal Mclntyre's health is improving- slowly- Mrs. Chester Culver of Ypsilanti, is visiting* at Hesekiah Culver's. Roy Ford was home last week and made a business trip to Toledo. Robert Needham and Mr. Osborn talk of trading places. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Forsyth of Ypsilanti, wers out to the farm Monday. Oat sowing has commenced among the farmers. The maccabee team went to Milan Monday night and conferred the degree on two candidates. They had a gay time and a good supper. Milan Locals Dr. Herdman was called from Ann Arbor in great haste Sunday evening to consul tin the case of Charlie. Mesic who is seriously ill with spinal trouble. W. H. Whitmarsh is having his house improved with a coat of paint. Edwards & Co. are doing the work. Mrs. Edith Randall of Ann Arbor is the guest of her cousin Miss Florence Chapin. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rouse returned Friday from a five weeks visit with friends in Pittsfield. Rev. Lockart of Corunna preached at the Baptist church Sunday morning and evening. Mrs. O. A. Kelly and Lelia spent Tuesday in Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Minto and Son left for a visit with friends at Uuion Chty, Monday. Mrs. Alice Trussell is quite ill and Mrs. Carrick is taking her place in the 2nd primary dept. for a few days. Mrs. Alva Dexter is quite ill. Dr. Mesic returned Friday from a two weeks visit with friends in Memphis, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sill and daughter went to Detroit Friday, The reception given at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Debenhams, Saturday evening in honor of Rev. Geo. E. Wilson of Clyde was well atten — d and a social success. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hafford and Miss Minnie Mead left for Albion Wednesday where they will make it their home in the future. Mrs. Blogett left Saturday for her home in Ann Arbor after a two weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Gbas. Sill-. Mrs. Lucy (-lark went to" D—roit, Tuesday on business. Mrs Pyle i» «nlertiiiiiini"-gM—isfruni Chicago and Ann Arbor'this vvei'K. Mrs. Preston of Glades-have returned from their Burr Oak visit. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Smith have moved on their farm east of Milan. Ed Blackmer is visiting friends in Trenton. C. A. Morris is exhibiting three kernels of field corn which he recently foun.1 in a hollow in a tree, which had been grown over with an inch of solid wood. The kernels arc in a perfect state of preservation. Estimating up the growth of oak timber, Mr. Morris thiuks they must have been in the tree for more than 40 years. He is going to plant them this spring and see if they will grow.—Dexter Leader. 469 443 454 46S Ft. Mail Mail Ft. p. m. a. m. stations, p. m. p. m. 1.40 9-2-5 Ypsilanti 4.55 12.05 2.05 9-40 Pittfleld Jt. 4.86 11.40 2.25 9.49 Saline 4.2S 11.25 2.45 10.03 Bridgewater 4.14 11.00 3.53 10.27 Manchester 3 53 10.27 4.14 10.43 Watkins 3.35 9.30 4.40 10.57 Brooklyn 3.23 9.10 4 56 11.09 Woodstock 3.11 8.46 5.0S 11.15 Somerset 3.05 8.3'i 5.15 11.19, Somerset Ct. 3.01 8.28 5.30 11.27 Jerome 2 53 S.15 5.50 11.3S North Adams 2.43 S.00 6.10 11.55 Hillsdale 2.2-5 7.35 a. m. 7.30 p. m. 7.3o Chicago a. m. 8.80 a.m 3.02 p. m. 11.05 p. m. 2.45 Toledo a. m. 10 45 p. m. 8.15 a. m. 2.15 p. m. 5.55 Cleveland a. m. 6.30 p. m. 4.10 a. in. 6.50 p. m. 10.30 Buffalo a. m. 12.01 a. m. 5.50 People Believe what they read about Hood's Sarsaparilla. They know it is an honest medicine, and that it —res. Get Hood's anc\ only Hood's. Hood's Pills cure all lhcr ills, relieve constipation assist digestion. 25e. Obituary After many weeks of suffering Mrs. Permelia Shaw Wood entered into rest on the afternoon of April 3rd as was previously stated in the Observer last week. Mrs. Wood was the eldest daughter of Robert and Eliza Shaw [deceased] she was born in York township March 12,1840. February 25, 1874, she married William H. Wood and they made their home in Toledo until his death which occurred in a few short years. Since that time her home has been in our midst', going in and out amongst us doing good. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church of this place and has lived a very quiet earnest christian life,5.the beauty of which shone out most clearly during all her illness and while suffering the most intense pain caused by a complete paralysis of the bowels. She was one of the most unselfish characters we have ever known, forgetting her own agony in her anxiety for those who were in attendance upon her and in response to their anxious inquires replied: "Oh yes! I suffer, but only for one, while Christ suffered for so many." So long as her strength permitted she continued at times to urge upon her friends the necessity of a christian life and their need of it saying: "I do want you every one to be a christian before you too come to Cross the river." Thus has ended another useful life the beauty of which will shine out with much brightness in our memory. *** A MARCH ADVENTURE. The ability to rise superior to all manner of accidents of the road is one of the qualifications of a vettier in a new country. On a chilly day in March, 1898, Mr. Vincent Bordie of Camas Prairie, Wash., was riding and swimming his horse across the swollen current of the Klickitat river. The horse struck his knee against a sunken boulder and floundered against it. In another moment he was rolling over and over down the stream, carried away by the rushing torrent. Mr. Bordie sought to free himself and make an independent struggle to reach the shore, but his feet were fast in the stirrups, and he could not pull them out. At one moment he was above water and at another beneath it; sometimes the horse was on top, and sometimes the man. Bordie resolved to put an end to this state of things, and succeeded in drawing his knife from his pocket, intending to cut the stirrup straps. However, before he could cut them his feet came free of the stirrups and he struck oat for the shore. He found the bank steep and rocky, affording hisi no foothold or handhold. He was out of breath, and was swept downward along the bank. By and by he came to a tree whose branches overhung the water; he seized a branch and clung to it until he had regained his breath. While hanging here he looked about him, and across the river, on the opposite bushy bank, he saw his horse caught in the bushes and unable to rise, hut clear of the water. Bordie, by the aid of his branch, now felt that he could get a—ore, but he was not the man to leave his horse in such a situation. He climbed up on the branch far enough so that he could remove his clothes, and took them all off, having no fancy for swimming in dangerous water with his clothes and boots on. When they were laid off he dropped into the river again, and swam over to where his horse was. He- unsaddled the animal, assisted it to rise, mounted it, and picked out the best place he could find to swim his horse back across the river. He got across with some difficulty, and, still mounted, as a frontiersman should be, but a little cold in the March wind, rode on down the stream in search of his clothes. He found them, put them on, and continued his journey as if nothing had happened. Men and Women Drunkatds. Some interesting deductions are drawn in a work just published by Dr. Lawson Taft, a famous English specialist. Among other things he says:_ "My social experience among men and my professional experience among women draw a most emphatic distinction between drunkards in the two sexes. Men sit down openly with one another and get drunk socially. Women never do this. I never in my life saw a woman get perceptibly the worse for liquor at a dinner table, whereas I have seen scores, if not hundreds, of men do it. I never saw but one woman in my life the worse for a drink at a social dinner party, but then she came the worse for drink, perceptibly. A woman, after a certain point, is always a secret drunkard and cunning beyond all description." He also thinks that mental or physical misery is the cause of the "peculiar drunkenness" among women of the middle and upper classes. Noti?e. We the undersigned, do*hereby agree to refund tbe money on two 25 cent bottles or boxes of Baxter's Mandrake Bitters, if it fails to cure constipation, biliousness, sick-headache, jaundice, loss of appetite, sour stomach, dyspepsia, liver complaint, or any of the diseases for which it is recommended. It is highly recommended as a spring tonic and blood purifier. Sold liquid in bottles, and tablets in boxes. Price 25 cents for either. Oue package of either guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded. Lister & Sheeder C. F. Underkircher The Appetite of a Goat Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose Stomach and Liver are out of orde**. All such should know that Dr King's New Life Pills the wonderful Stomach and Liver Remedy, gives a splendid appetite, sound digestion and a regular bodily habit that insures perfect health and great energy. Only 25c at any Drug Ttore 4 AGENTS WANTED SUCCESS Ve slow you the lOJi to SUCCESS aai POSHTHB. Bie pax—s__— \ro_-—iv p__ Ton can work at homoortravel. Write jit once for J?KEE 8Ai—_, and TiTBTiR/— TEltMS to AGENTS. THESUCCESSCOMPANY.CooperUnion.N.Y.City Ask your physician this ques- I tion, "What is the one great I remedy for consumption?" ' He will answer, "Cod-liver oi!." Nine out of ten v/HI answer the same way. Yet when persons have consumption they Scathe al fatty foods, yet fat is necessary for their recovery and they cannot take plain cod- liver oil- The plain oil disturbs the stomach and takes away the appetite. The disagreeable fishy odor and taste make it almost unendurable. What is to be done ? This question was answered when we first made ! j £ I £ I £ I I s I £ I SOOTT'S EMULSION of Cod-Liver Oil with Hypo- I phosphites. Although that ■ | was nearly twenty-five years * j ago, yet it stands alone io- $ day the one great remedy | for all affections of the throat I and lungs. 1 The bad taste and odor have been | taken away, the oil itself has been j partly digested, and the most sen- s sitive stomach objects to it rarely. I Not one in ten can take and digest | g the plain oil. Nine out of ten can \ take SCOTT'S EMULSION and di- | gest it. That's why it cures so ? many cases of early consumption. I Even in advanced cases it brings i comfort and greatly prolongs life. I A 50c. and $i.oo, all druggists. t X . -,COTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New York, * -__.__. o-p:p°:_?ij"_L__Ai3;y" I__- E. F. MILLS & CO. An-n ____?"t>0_? For the balance of the month of April there will be "Price opportunities" in the Carpet Dep't, which you will be well repaid in investigating. 1000 yds. High Grade All Wool 60-650 Ingrains at 50c 1200 yds. Famous "Lowell" 75c Jngrains at 65c a yd. RUGS—*<fl^ All our 81-00 " " 2.50 " " 4.00 " " 7oe " ■' 1.39 " '• 1.75 '■ " 2.50 Moquette Rugs Jap Rugs S9c 1.98 8.25 59c .98 1.29 1.9S All Rugs at Reduced Prices DRAPERIES- Jute Portieres value S2.50 at $1.98 Rope Portieres value 5.00 at 3.98 I Drapery Mulls value 12-Jc at 9 c Nottingham Curtains value 1.00 at 79e 36 inch Silkolines value I2i , at 9e Ruffled Mull Curtains value 2.50 at 1.98 Printed Drapery Denims value loc at 12 J All Curtains Reduced Issells Carpet Sweepers 2.25 Grade at 1.89 2.75 Grade at 2.25 E. R MILLS ANN ARBOR. MICH. Closing out sa Regular 5c packages go at f3 for 5o. Great bargains in other m&m Bakery opened at the New Hotel Fresh baked goods each day IF1 ' JL— J Envelopes at the Observer Office BUY 60 ISO Have you fried the Catalogue system of buy',;.-: EVERYTHING you use at Wholesale Friccs? We can save you 15 to 40 per cenlonyeurpiirclias-s. We are now erecting and will own and occupy it^ highest building in America, employ 2,000 c!cr; & filling country orders exclusively, and will refund purchase price if goods don'i suit you. Our General Catalogue—1,000 pages, IGjCCC illustrations, 60,000 quotations—ccsis us 72 cents to print and mail. We will send it to you upon receipt of 15 cents, to show your gocdiaith. M0NTG01EHY Will 1 §i, MICHIGAN AVE. AND KADIS.OM ST. CHICAGO. C ASTORIA For Infants and Children. *i— _- Simla -ilg—ore cf Warren & Jackson, Agents * "tfi .<■ -*Mt'«-- #»■/ ' ' ' «.-!
|Title||1899-04-20; 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;|
|Copyright Permission||This material is in the public domain.|