1900-06-28; Saline Observer
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/ ■ *■» J - - ^ A. J. WARREN, Publisher. ■ SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY JUNE 28, 1900. VOL. XX.-NO. 36 Are Your Eyes Bad? Dr. M. F. Stein the famous Eye Speciaist Will cure you. Many people become all but totally blind and at an early age, simply because they pay no attention to their eyes. They notice a dimness and soreness after reading a while and when a miserable headache comes to them they ascribe it to any cause but the right one. and take a pill. The real cause of their misery is that their eyes are weak and every lime they road or write means and added strain, and their eyes made weaker. Consultation with a specialist means tbe ending of all misery, and the saving of your e3*esight. Dr. Stain is reliable, you do hot see him once and then look for him again in vain. He is going to make special visits to your town Come and see him and have your eyes scientifically tested free of charge, that you may have comfort when you read and write. He will be at the Harmon House; Monday and Tuesday, July 2 and 3. A Question of Importance ' To all Careful Buyers, is. ~W~~hL©:r?© ^o ^e"b GOOD GOODS, NOT CHEAP GOODS Business is not bene*) olenee, but ours will benefit you—We _. will show the best qualities for the price in standard makes of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods See for Example."-^-^-^ "Burlington" Black Hose for 25 cents All Linen 64 inch Tabic cloth at 50 cents Big Line of Ribbons and Laces Extra Values in Dress Goods , Novelties in Neckwear, Belts. Purses, Fans, Etc. Plain and iancy white Dress Goods Dresses made to order ' W. H. Sweet & Son Ypsilanti Mich. We sell/-- Fine Dry Goods at Ypsilanti And with every purchase of five dollars or thereabouts we will refund to you the money spent for -car fare from -; Saline to Ypsiianti and return. Davis & Kishlar . JDi?-$r G-oods Ypsilanti. - z ■ - Mich COMMENCEMENT Commencement week like in former years was one of pleasure for many. The graduating time is always looked forward to with happy anticipations and cheer for both pupils and parents and has become yery popular with schools generally. The promotion exercises Thursday morning were well attended and pleasing to the audience. The work of the smaller classes is always interesting and pleasing and the pupils enjoy it equally as well vdth the parents and visitors. Commencement proper was held in the opera house Thursday night and the house well filled, a few however were kept away by the threatening storm that came up early in the evening. 'I he hall was neatly decorated with the class colors, lemon and" blue and the exercises interesting and pleasing. The music was furnished by the high school choir under the direction of Prof. Maybee, and a duet by Prof.- and Mrs. Maybee. Miss Ora A. Rogers gave the Salutatory in a* very appropriate and winning way. Casti- lar, an oration by Roy R. Bixby ,, was one of the interesting subjects of the evening. The class history and prophecy are usually looked forward to as the humorous and much desired parts on all commencement programs and Miss Blanche E. Gordon served well the class of 1900 with these two subjects. Black Your Heels, was the subject of an oration delivered by Arthur L. Davenport, in this all who were present will agree with us that Arthur did both himself and the subject, credit. Tbe vole of the class said that the class .farewell and valedictory should be prepared and given by Miss Fannie M. Briggs, and in her ever pleasing manner Fannie spoke fraukly and fairly to and of her classmates and with the cherished desire for the best wish of all bid them good bye. President. Hull of the school board gave the class some good advice and a pleasant talk afterwhich he presented the diplomas which by hard work they had won. The Alumni Was held in the opera house Friday night with a fair attendanoe. After the supper Mrs. J. N. Lewis, class of T§, was introduced as loastuiistress lor tbe evening, her remarks were pleasing and witty and tlie toasts that followed >vere listened to with much interest. Those who responded were: Miss Agnes McKinnon (select reading], Rev*. Geo. Brown, Arthur Davenport, Otto Schairer, B. P. Davenport, Rev. Dodds, Rev. Wallace, Prof. F. J. Tooz", Prof. P. J". Hendershot. P. H. Rouse sang two solos and the mandolin club rendered severi'l Due selections. CASTORIA. Bears the _y%^ Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of **• Lake Shore Low Rates, 4th July. July 3 and 4, the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway will sell tickets to points on its line within 2QQ miles of selling station at yery low rales, fiood until July ej for return. They will be sold also to points op a number of connectiug-lines. Fa"'tioulars from agents.-. Glorious News Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargilc, of Washita, i. T. He writes: "Electric Bitters has cured Mrs Brewer of scrofula, which has caused her great suffering for years. Terrible sores would break out on her head and face, and the best doctors could give no help: but now her ■ health is excellent." Electric Bitters is the best blood purifier l«nown. It's the supreme remedy for eczema, tetter, salt rheum, ulcers, boils and running sores. It stimulates liver, kldueys and bowels, expels poisons, helps digestion, builds up the strength. Qnly 5,Qets. Sold hy Lister ^ Sheeder Druggist. Guaranteed. 50. YEARS' EXPERIENCE Trade Marks - Designs Copyrights &c. Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain onr opln_n free whether an Invention Is probably patentable. Commnnlcn- tionsstrictlyconOdentlal. Handbook on Patents sent tree. Oldest acency for securing patents. Patents taken tbronch Ulunn. & Co. receive special notice, without charge, in £he, """" I . . . __ . P* Attmasomels illustrated weekly. Jiarcest clr.- atlatlon or any "scientific Journal. Terras, S3 a . year; four months, 51, Sold by all newsdealers. MUNN & Co.36,Broa,lm* Mew York Branch Offlce. (35 TF St, Washington,!). C. Mooreville. A fine rain Friday afternoon. Rob and Eugene McLachlan were home from Ann Arbor over Sunday. Fred Reese of Ypsilanti, is spending the week with his uncle F. E. Reese. Miss Libbie Thompson has gone' to Clyde Oakland county, to spend the summer with her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton of Detroit, and Mr.~a.rid Mrs. Haynes of Ypsiianti, are spending a few days with their parents C. H. McMullen. Mrs. Allie Crolius is visUing her mother Mrs. Geo. Moore. John Goldsmith is home from the Lakes for a few days. Roy Ford has secured a position as bookkeeper in a store at Cheboygan Michigan. The K. O. T. M. team went to. Milan Monday night and conferred the degree on a few candidates. James Hobbs had the misfortune to cut his hand with a chisel. Pioneers to Meet on July 4. The executive committee of the Pioneer society of this county bas decided to bold the annual meeting of the society this year on the 4th of July at Aun Arbor. At the last meeting of the society two years ago it was decided to hold the next meeting at Ann Arbor on the 4th of July, 1899, but ihe grand celebration ofthe 4th at Ypsilanti made a postponement necessary. - Fear the Mexican Nose Bug. Residents of Evanston, 111,, .are in tprror of a Mexican nose bug, which Vis escaped. It is equipped "with strong itncers and a beak. Its mode of pro's dure is to fasten itself to the nose of i victim and then to insert its beak tor a copious draught of blood. It cau not be detached without tearing out a piece of the flesh. Death sometimes follows, as the pincers are poisonous. "Book of Trains." The special summer number of the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Ry's "Book of Trains" contains, among other features, a select list of tours to the east. A copy will be sent free anywhere by writing to A. J. Smith, G. P. & T. A., Cleveland, Ohio. Hilliom Given Away. Millions of boxes of Dr. A. W. Cnise's Ointment are to be given away absolutely free in order that no sufferer from piles, eczemaj salt rheum or any other itching, torturing skin trouble niiy remain inignor- aneeofits wonderful southing and healing properties. Mrs. C. F. Knuttel, JJ1G Stone St., W. Saginaw, Mich., says: "Dr. Chase's Ointment is a wonderful remedy for * skin troubles. I suffered something terrible before 1 heard of its gooduess. On* box cured me peifectly." Send stamp for fample box to day. Dr. Chase's Ointment is positively guaranteed to cure piles, eczema and all itching skin troubles. "0c a box, all dealers, or Dr. Chase "Meet,. Cfi., Buffalo. N. Y. ? At the Fast-office Having moved my shop into the post-ofllce room, I am now ready to do all kinds of Watch, Clock, Jewelry, Lock and Umbrella repairing on short notice. Bring iu your work. C. N. How Lake Shore and M.S. Ry WEST EAST 469 443 4^4 468 Ft. Mail • Mail Ft. - p. ra". a. m. STATIONS, p. m. p. m. 1.40- 9.05 Ypsilanti 4.55 12.05 2.03 9,^9 Pittfield Jt. 4.38 "11.40 5.25. . 9.27 Salino • 4.28 11.25 2.45 9.99 Bridgewater 4.14 11.00 3 58 10.19 Manchester 3.53 10.2T 10.24 ■ Watkins 3.35' 4.34 10.38 Brooklyn 3.23 9:10 4.50 10.49 Woodstock 3.11 8.46 5.00 10.55 Somerset 3.05 S.3«> 5.07 10.59 Somerset Ct. 3.0l_ - 8.2S 5.20 11.07 "Jerome 2 53 8.15 5.39 11.18 North Adams 2 43 8 00 6.00 11.35 Hillsdale '2.25 7 35 a. m. 7.10 p. m. 7.15 Chicago a. ra. 8 30 a.m p. m. 11.05 p. m. 2 35 Toledo a. in. 10 45 p m. S15 a. m. 2 15 p. as. - 5 40 Cleveland a. m. 6 30 ■>• Ul . 4 10 a in. 6 50 p. m. 10 10 .Buffiil.*. H Ml 13 ■■} H. m. " §50 By lt*3 Re3©fd of remarkiible cures Hood's Sarsaparilla has become tlie one true blood purifier prominently in tl'.e public eye. Get only Hood's. Hood's Pills are the best family . catluutic and liver- medicine. 2oe- Our yearly Price Event Commences Wednesday June 27th and continues nntil Saturday J"uly 7th.. Every economically inclined person will find this the opportunity of the year to replenish their wardrobe at a decided Saving in Cash. Slimmer Wash Fabrics, Black and Colored Dress Goods, Shirt waists, Suits and Silks; all at greatly reduced prices. E F. MILLS & CO. _L20JyCa,-L_o.S-b_ ' ____._c_._o_ _A__0"fc>O3_k '*! Robt E. Sta-bler J. Fred Wuertb. "The Powers are united." *T in this Chinese Crisis. You'll find that everyone is united in praising the elegant fitting and stylish suits at the New Clothing Store of Stajble'r & Wuerth's, of- which we have sold a great many. It will pay You to look ovor our stock before purchasing elsewhere. Staebler & Wuerth Clothiers and Furnishers, , 211 S. Main St., Ann Arbor. We pay your fare both ways with every S8 purchase or over? '• - u Plymouth Binding Twine A Comparative Statement showing the Cost and Value of BindiDg Twine, based on tbo supposition that a farmer needs, to bind his grain, * 300 pounds of Plymouth Sisal, or Standard Twine, which runs 505 feet to the pound. Three hundred pounds of Plymouth Standard or Sisal will give him 151,500 feet. 151.500 ft. of 505 ft. to the lb„ weighs SOO lbs. @ 14c will cost S42.00 151,500 ft. of 480 ft. to the lb., weighs 315| lbs. @ 14c will cost §44 19 15.1,500 ft. of 470 it. to the lb , weighs 322£ lb's. @ 14c willcost §45.13 151,500 ft. of 450 ft. to the lb , weighs S36j} lbs. @ 140 will cost §47.13 151,500 ft. of 430 ft. to the lb., weighs 352£ lbs. @ 14c willcost $49.33 We have recently tested twine sent us for examination, that averaged a little less than 430feet to the pound. "" The PLYMOUTH Twines are the only ones of these grados that run 505 feet to the pound. You saye by buying them, over the lowest grade, S7.33 on 309 pounds, or S2.44 per 100: or 2 44-100 cents per pound. Therefore, if Plymouth sells for 14 cents per pound, the otber should sell for 11 66-100 cents, to be as cheap, and others in proportion The Moral is. buy PLYMOUTH Twino, and save money, and the annoyance of loose bundles, caused by poor twino. . E. W. Ford & Son, Agents ««M)LL.INERY HEADQUARTERS S. T. Fairbank zoijrs _ &_ ™ ii-^suB.'VrrirsiBE&imwT. 1.2.3. T-r* ZKZ, C. ^TS'SS i «_ **• *-.. - ■fc * . 'I : -. ■X -■. . .-■** I : L.j-*a> ■••%■->.-■> ■.
|Title||1900-06-28; 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.|