1899-11-09; Saline Observer
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. " ^.'►•s^rlSv *"•?_ _.__ r I> v*.- A. J. WARREN. Publisher. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY NOVEMBER 9, 1399. VOL. XX.---NO. 3 This is no Fake Our Special Sale Six Days in Each Week Goods worth one dollar for $1.00 Goods worth fifty cents for 50c Goods worth twenty-five cents for 25c Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded , H, Sweet & Son Ypsilanti Mich. Dress G- oods, Mil^ery, Cloaks,. Furs, Miaglin Underwear, Large Line Win&ej: UnJLerwear, Etc, Etc. * (Car Fare pai_d.,on trajle over $5.00) Who's Got A Hk_y a?hatiC^|tg0t_3.sStQeking to wear him anytime. , A boy that kii^sioii_«fl^Jtqcking in a we .k or so. It isn't the hoys fault its flll;in;the Steckigg. Youhaven'trbeen buying bs^_..:S.tsckiDgS:Ala.t)!tfi^i^ht^)i^e- thats all. We pay more money than most people .for boys Stockings to sell at 19p, We don't make much on them^inprofit, but we do in good will, and thats what makes astpre after all. Follow up the ideaby asking us to show you the HERCULES boys' ho-ie, at 19c pr. S prs. for 50c. The Study Of Shakespeare. bir Henry Irving Earnestly Commends the Pracflce of ReadingJAloud. "The practice of reading aloud in small or moderate-eize gatherings Is in every way to becommended," writes Sir Henry Irving, ot "The Study of Shakespeare in Small Communities/' in the November Ladies' Home Jour^ nal. "It is good for the individual, good for the members of the-group, good lor the locality, good for the nation, No community can be too small for the practice of reading in public. If there be only two persons, each may, in tnrn, learn something from the successes or failures of the other. No One need be diffident at the beginning; ther 3 is nothing really difficult. There is no arduous!abor;.t_ere is no possibility of absolute failure where- there is honest, .careful effort. Any form or subject of reading, worthy in itself, can be of use for the study of elocution. It is, however, possible to get -together groups of persons interested in some common theme, when the mere getting them together without such an anglom- erative cause is lacking; and Shakespeare has been, is, and ever wiil be, a name to conjure with. A play read weekly or monthly, with the various characters alloted beforehand, has been a source of much and continuous pleasure, productive of thought and study, ameliorative of defective power of utterance, a *winnower Of the chaff of harsh accent or ultra-colloquial mannerism. >» Davis & Kishlar JD_t?^7" G-oocLs Ypsilanti Mioh Miscellaneous •^ F. UNTEH-iaOHSR, M. D.- Physician & Surgeon. Office at Unterkircher's Pharmacy Chica . o St. SALINE - MIOH. r)R.G. E.'.KUKL. Dentist Office over Citizen's Bank. SALINE, - - " MICH. At Manchester every "Wednesday and TMirseay fl E. JONES. Attorney at Law. Business attended to with Promptness and Care. Ofiice on McKay street. SALINE, - - MICH. p . WILLIAMS ^ Attorney a,t Law, special .ttentlon pai4 to Pension Claims of a! kinds. Newcomb Block. MILAN. - MICH. P C. SLAGHT, -Veterinary Surgeon. MACOJ. LENAWEE CO., MICH. Connection with Tecumseh by Telegraph and by Mail. AU. CAIXS PBOJJPTIiV ATTEND TO. Tp. H.COOK Auctioneer MILAN, MICH. A. J. WARREN, CONVEYANCER AND Notary - Public. * All legal papers .drawn r'on short no ti co and at prices within the reach of all. General Fire Insurance a Specialty AGENTS WANTED Wmk joatte to»4 to SUCCESS Mi rOBITOB. _T_ __ _■ _.i____- __1>_-__I__ __.A_. BIft___"—STEADY woke:—new plait. hm' 1& fBES S____G sad T.TBF__I. TEBXKto A6EN T S. THESUCCESSCOHPANT.CooperUnion.N.Y.Ci. Jfqt literal, • In a count, y newspaper appear* the following announcement: " A number of- deaths unavoidably postponed." Piek-Me-Up. Kept Them In tlie Wrong Place. She—"Very slippery coming home, wag it not?" He—"Oh, very." "Couldn't keep your feet, I suppose?" "Oh. yes, I did manage to keep them; but tiey changed places with the back of my neck several times." Starved Nerves When the bloodis thin and watery, the nerves are actually starved and nervous exhaustion and prostration soon follow. Peed the nerves with Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve and Blood Pills and you will impart to them the new life and vigor of perfect health. Face cut and facsimile signature of Dr. A. W. Chase on. every box of t_e genuine. 4 You are going to certainly PAINT Your House, Barn, Roof? Floor, Fence, Gate, Stairs, Piazza, something, anything, everything. -USE- (G-iiaranteed.) Ask your Dealer or Geo. W.Pitkin Co.. Chicago. - 111. State of Michigan, county of "Washtenaw, s. s. Notice is hereby given, that by an order of theProbate Court for the County of "Washtenaw, made on the 39th day of August A. D. 1899, six months from that date were allowed for credit tors to present their claims against the estate of Lemuel Clark, late of said County, deceased and that all creditors of said deceased are required to present their claims to said Probate Court, at the Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor, for examination and allowance, on or before the 1st day of March 1900 next, and that such claims will be heard before said Court, on the 39th day of Nov. 1899, and on the 1st day of Mar. 1900 next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of each of said days. Dated, Ann Arbor, August 29, A. D. 1899. H. Wirt Newkirk, Judge of Probate. The farmers who raised chicory in this vicinity are now shipping it to Ann Arbor. They say, that while the crop this year was not large, that they have faith in'it and believe that a good thing can be made from it under favorable circumstances. They get $550 per ton for the article, and think that under ordinary circumstances fifteen tons can be raised per acre.— Chelsea Standard. Soldiers, officers, nurses, and crew to the number of 2,000 sail the beginning of this month for the Phillipines in the transport Thomas. This vessel has an icemaking plant, a fresh-water condensing apparatus, bakery, laundry, and reading rooms, and all the-com-* forts of a flrst-class hotel. If the voyage to the new Pacific possessions is to be made so agreeable, emigration may soon turn in th§.t direction and the expansion problem receive a new solution, — Ex, In the opinion handed down, the supreme court holds where there is reason to suspect that property has been transferred to a surely on the liquor bopd in order that he might be able to qualify as such. surPt.V, it shall be exclusively within the province of the village board to decide the question as whether or not the bond is sufficient. The opinion was handed down iu a case where a mandamus-was issued by the circuit judge to compel the village board of Lake view to approve a liquor bond that had been rejected on the gr'pund that that property had been transferred to one sureties with the sole purpose of enabling him to qualify on the bond.—Ex. ..The 13-year old daughter of Peter Cole, or Lima, was brought to Chelsea Monday afternoon suffering with symptoms of poisoning. It was learned that she had been watching a couple of cows which had benn running in the. road, aud becoming thirsty had gone to a tank, and sucked some water through a brass nozzle. She soon found that she had taken something besides water, and that was part* of a nest of spiders— Small black spiders. She did not receive any help, and was taken home. She remained in* a critical condition until Wednesday, when she commenced to improve. On that day her parents discovered one of the spiders, which had established itself under her upper lip, aud which was still alive.—Chelsea Standard. The Mannllclier Rifle. The power of the Mannlicher rifle was recently demonstrated in an accident near Prague. Two gendarmes entered a room in an inn and closed the door, putting their rifles in the corner. One rifle fell and discharged itself, the bullet going through the door into the next room where a party was dancing. It passed through the body of a musician, killing him, and then through the bodies of Ave of the men. all of whom were dangerously wounded. For Infants and Children, The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of State of Michigan. County of Washtenaw. The undersigned having been appointed by the Probate Court of said County, Commissioners to. receive, examine and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against the estate of Edwin W. Ford, late of said County deceased, hereby give notice that six months from date are allowed, by order of said Probate Court, for Creditors to present their claims against the estate of said deceased, and that they will meet at the office of Frank E. Jones in the Tillage of Saline, in said County, on Saturday the 11th day of November and on Monday the 12tb day'of February, 1900 next, at 10 o'clock A. M. of each cf said days, to receive, examine and ad lust said claims. Dated August 11,1899. Geo. Barr Ben jamine Jones Commissioners. Now For. Winter Preparation Weather conditions the past two weeks have made people think that in acquiring Cuba, Porto Rico, and the Phillipines we also acquired a tropical climate. The weather bureau is, however, now engaged in dissipating such ideas, and it will soon be apparent to all that the "old fashioned winter" lias not forgotten us. You'll find that summer attire does not harmonize with chilly November blast, and you'll want things—lota of thorn—and we will be most happy to supply them, for a consideration, which we assure you shall be a ;very modest one. Golf Skirts Everyone wants such a skirt as this. "Just the thing for rainy weather, for ;eold snowy days, e.tc., and yet stylish (enough for fine weather wear. Golf Skirtings, 54 inch, $2.25 yd Golf Skirtings, 60 inch, $2.50 yd Skirts made to order in our Skirt (Dep't at yery reasonable prices and .perfect fit and hang guaranteed. s Real Estate For Sale. tate of Michigan, County of Washtenaw s. s In the matter of the estate of Emma W. Crane, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of an order granted to the undersigned Administrator of the Estate of said deceased by the Hon. Judge of Probate for the County of Washtenaw, on the 30th day of September A. D. 1899, there will be sold at Public "Vendue, to the highest bidder, at the dwelling house on the property to be sold in the county of Wayne, in said State on Monday the 13th day of Nov.A. D. 1899, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon of that day (subject to all encumbrances by mortgage or otherwise existing at the time of the death of said deceased) the following described Beal Estate, to-wit: All of that portion of Sections numbered 30 and 31 in the Township of Brownstown. Wayne Co., Michigan. Commencing al the intersection of the boundary line between Sections 29 and 30 of said township with the center line of the highway known as Detroit Bbad thence west 67°, 13 chains35 lengths; thence South 16° 54' west 35 chains 85 links; thence north 89° east 8 chains and 67 links; thence north 25° 30' east 33 chains and 22 links to the place of beginning, James E. "Vreeland. Administrator of the Estate of Emma W. Crane, Deceased. Lak eSb ore and M ►.Ry WEST EAST 469 443 454 468 Ft. Mail Mail Ft. p. tn: a. in. STATIONS. p. m. p. m. 1.40 9.25 Ypsilanti 4.55 12.05 2.03 9.40 Pittfield Jt. 4.36 11.40 2.25 9.49 Saline 4.28 11.25 2.45 10.03 Bridgewater •4.14 n.oo 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 5.08 11.15 Somerset 3.05 8.3i> 5.15 11.19 Somerset Ct . 3.01 828 5.30 11.27 Jerome 2.53 8.15 5.50 11.38 North Adams 2.43 8.00 6.10 11.55 Hillsdale 2.25 7.35 a. m. 7.30 p.m. 7.3o Chicago. _• TO. 8,3.0, a.m 3,Q_ p. m. 11.05 p. m. 2.45 Toledo, a. m. 1045 p. m. 8.15 a. m. 2.15, p. m. 5,5.5, Cleveland a. m. 6-30 p. tn. 4.10 a. va. 6.50 p. m- 10.3.0 Buffalo a. m. 18.01 a. m. 5 50 M wmm AND STEAMSHIP LINES. Night Trains on the Ann Arbor R.R. Do you know you can now leave Pittsfield at 4:44 p. t_. via the Ann Arbor R. R. and arrive in Frankfort at 8:30 a. m.? Doyou know that this train carries sleeping car and that the company charges only one dollar for double berth V The night train going south also carries sleeping -car and leaves Frankfort at 7:30 p. m. after arrival of the company's car ferry from Kewaunee and Manitowoc, Wis. This train arrives at Pittsfield at 11:27 a. m. The short line for Ann Arbor, Howell, Durand, Owosso, Mt. Pleasant, Cadillac and Erankfort. Chair and sleeping cars on through trains. Three car ferries with good passenger accommodations daily between Frankfort and" Menominee, Gladstone, Escanaba. Manitowoc and Kewaunee. Connections made at those points for St. Paul and points west and northwest. Carload freighi taken across lake without breaking bulk. W, H. Bennett J.J.Kirby G P. A. A G. P A. Winter Waists The waists for Fall and Winter wear are so pretty, so seryicable and so cheap that every one wants one. Mercerized Satin Waists SI.50 Bl'k Sicillienne Waists Corded Velvet Waists §3.00 Duchesse Silk Waists §5.00 Elaborate Taffeta Waists $6.00 Bears the Signature of STOHIA. T.B Kind You Ham Always Bough! I ___♦ l_ _*f C Specials at 5.98, 6.67, 8.75, $10.00 and up that will pay an «J U V"IV C l» *> investigation of their merits. Very scarce, but we have them- in the new. pretty plaids at 5.98 to §18.00 each. Our Collarettes, Stoles, etc., in all grades of fur from 98c to $35.00 each are very popular. Golf Capes Furs Outing Flannels Our Styles in Outings are so unusual, So stylish that people scop all around and come back "saying—"Where doyou get such beautiful outings, no one else seems to have them." 5c, 8c and 10c a yard Men's Underwear 3gc a Garment Eor our MEN'S HEAVY FLEECED UNDERWEAR, just the same as others charge 50c for. Other interesting things in Underwear also for your consideration. Low Prices and High Qualities go hand in hand in our store. No compromising the quality of an article that you may seem to get a bargain. Trade like oius is not built on such foundation. .MILLS SCO. 120MainSt. A -n -n __r__.__?lbo__? Hotel Saline Lunches and Regular Meals Board and Lodging by the week at a reasonable price. Ice Cream Sodai_g=-" We make a specialty of furnishing Ice Cream for parties, socials etc. A fine assortment of Oa_o_gL~__©s o± all Z_s:±_clc_Ls Oranges, Lemons, Bananas, Dates, Figs etc. Fresh Bread every day A fresh assortment of Cookies, Cakes, Pies etc. always ori hand. J. A. ALBER , When you get a good thing -- . . . > .33c.. > **-* ■_ '*.''-'■ „ -Stick to it no use letting go for^an experiment; we■" have found Beckwiths Round Oak up to the markalways it never failed us. We stick to it because we know it is the best Heating Stove in this country. Whensomebody makes a better one we will be ready to change, but* we shall want to give it a good try first. MCKINNON & JERRY mmmm?- ozzoiji's LEffl^ —_____*cj White, ■__.■■«___ M% SSF_:CDBfiTIYE;BMUTPYIHff. J.2.3.' }1 tpn-mr_*.^-__,_»c_e»7«s________M__M AUD TO ffglSt* 2 V -i-"-._i-__ t_ * t_j_ -__ _._ i m ______ _ _MT_B 3 4 i 5a<o_iSSfe2_?__L'_i . . jttr" I PpJiey Stores. TINTS _l •1 I. ,- ■*.
|Title||1899-11-09; 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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