1900-07-05; Saline Observer
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A. I. WARREN. Publisher. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY JULY 5, 1900. VOL. XX.--NO.-37 A Question of Importance To all Careful Buyers, is ~W~ZbL©:r?e "to get GOOD GOODS, NOT CHEAP GOODS Business is not beneyolence, 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<-^^-zsB»v "Bui*lin°;iOn" Black Hose for 25 cents . All Linen 64 inch Table cloth at 50 cents Big Line of Ribbons and Laces • Extra Values in Dress Goods Novelties in Neckwear, Belts. Purses, Fans, Etc. , Plain and" iaucy 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 JDjo^t GroocLs Ypsilanti Mich White Mai Turned Yellow. Great consternation was felt by the friends of M. A. Hogarly. of Lexington, Ky., when thej' saw he was turning yellow. His skin slowly changed color, also his eyes, and he suffered terribly. His malady was Yellow Jauudice. He was treated by the best doctors, but without benefit. Then he was advised to try Electric Bitters, the wonderful Stomach and Liver Remedy, and he writes: "After taking two bottles I was wholly cured." A trial proves its matchless merit for all Stomach, Liver and Kidney troubles. Only 50j. Sold by Lister & Sheeder, druggist. De Witt's Little Early Risers are famous little pills for liver and bowel troubles. Never gripe. C. F. TJnter- kircher. Hixed His letters. Editors have their troubles. Ona of these men who preside over the destinies of a western paper is mourning the loss of two subscribers. One wrote asking how to raise his .twins safely, while the other wanted to know how hs might rid his orchard of grasshoppers. The answer went forward by mail, but by accident the editor put them into the wrong envelopes, so that the man with the twins received the answer: "Cover them carefully with straw and .set fire' to it, and then the little pests, "after jumping in the flames for a few minutes, will be speedily settled.-" And the man with grasshoppers was told to "give castor oil and rub their gums with a bone." 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c. Anyone sending a sltetch and description may quietly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention is probably patentable Communications strictly confidential. Handboolcoa Patents sent free. Oldest accucy for securing patents. Patents taken ttarouch Munn & Co. receive special notice, without charge, in the Scientific American. A handsomely illustrated weekly. I.arcest circulation of any scientific Journal. Terms, ?3 a rear; four months, $1. Sold by all newsdealers. MUNN&Co.3616-*' New York Branch Office, 635 F St., Washington, D. C. .Entertainment in Korea. There are worse places than Korea to "take short leave" to. A man stationed in the east writes home an interesting account of his trip to the peninsula. Embarking on a Japanesa vessel, he and some friends , found themselves at Chemulpo, a port on the west coast of Korea; from there they went up to Seoul, the capital, where they remained a few days. It was a most interesting place and they visited the palace where the king and queen used to live. They were shown the spot where the queen was mysteriously murdered some few years ago. Koreans are all dressed in white garments and wear high hats like the Welsh peasants and are friendly to for-, eigners. In summer both the climate and country are delightful, but in winter it is decidedly cold, considerably below zero at Vladivostok, in .th? north of Korea, but clear *vnd bracing and something like the Cishrner^ climate in the early spring After many intricate experiments, scientists have discovered methods for obtaining all the natural digestants. These have been combined in the proportion found in the human body and united with substances that build up the. digestive organs, making a compound called Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests what you eat and allows all dyspeptics to eat plenty of nourishing food while the stomach troubles are being radically cured by the medicinal agents it contains. It is pleasant to take and will give quick relief. C. P. Uulerldrcher. Busy Oneen Victoria. The more advanced -Queen Victoria becomes in years, the more her work increases. -The extension of the empire, the increased activity of modern life and the developments of the times have" quadrupled the work the queen has to deal with at- 80. .Therefore she has to work harder than at any previous period of her reign. It is estimated that she has to sign 50,000 documents yearly, an average of 137 a day, including Sundays. Masses of state papers go to her now, while in Ireland. "She never really has two days' holiday together. Josiah Allen's Wife's Husband gives thePeqpleof Washington his Views on Expansion. Though a stranger here among yew, Yit a patriot tru'lam: Me 'n Samantha's on a visit To this hum of Uncle Sam. An' when anybody asks us where we're from, We're proud ter say. That we're full blood sons of freedom Prom New Hampshire, TJ. S. A. Samantha mostly does the talkin', But she's well nigh talked ter death: Things aint goin' jest to suit her An'she wants to save her breath, ■ Pur her rightus feelins risin', An' she wants to haye her say When a certain Mr. Roberts Comes from Utah, U. S. A. We old folks is kinder backard, No denyin' us this pint. Yit you'll 'low we want to save yew Gittin'' freedom outer jint; Don't want ter hurt nobody's feelins', But 1 feel consarned ter say Yer let sum mighty curious critters In this er glory us U. 3. A. -■ Met a feller tother mornin* Most amuSin' looking jack, Had a greasy air about him Curyus duds upon his back. Sez I, "Where yer hail from, Pardner? He jest grinned in knowih' way An' replied in curius Hugo "Puerto Rico, U. S. A. Met a feller round the corner With a suit of tattoo on. He'd made a good cigar store injun Regular full blood Copper John, Stopped and asked me fur a quarter, Sed his hum was fur away. "Well, where yer from'*"' He answered, "Mister,. I'm from Gwam,U. S. A. . Seen a feller at the Ebbilt With a grate big iron box. Overcoat all lined with bearskin, Pockets bulgin out with rocks. Sized him up ter be a miner From his kinder awkward way, See'n him write in bold char-ac-ters, '•Circle City, U. S. A." Seen a critter up on P. street With er shockin' hed of hair An' er lot uv tropic garments A.n' er most outlandish air. '•Where's he from?"'sum feller shouted. Au' believe me when I say That er varmint turned and answered, "Honolulu, U. S. A. Saw a saddle colored heathen Wearin' earrings in his nose, Linen cuffs around his anklos, Most indecent lot uv clothes, "Where'd this heathen guy here, spring from?" I inquired in lofty way. An' it had the face to answer, "Prom Manila, U. S. A.". Land of Luvl Yer know I never Seen them cannibals before*,. Air them Barnum bhows, all voters? Will they take in enny more? Next yer know yer ask cr feller W.here he's from, yew'il hear him say, With a lordly kind uv llurish, "AU creation, U. S. A." c H. L. B., Was It a Miracle? "The marvellous cure of Mrs. Rena J. Stout of Consumption has created intense excitement in Cam mack, Ind." writes Marion Stuart, a leading tlrug- gist of -Muncie, Ind,, "She only weighed 90 paunds when her doctor iu Yorktown said she must soon die. Then she began to use Dr. Kings New Discovery and gained 87 pounds in weight and was completely cured." It has cured thousands of hopeless cases, aud is positively guaranteed to cure all Throat, Ghest and Lung di-seases. 50c and SI 00 Trial boutes Tree at Lister & Sheeder's drug store. . . Quito Up-to-Uate. She—Is your physician of the ne.\ or old school? He—The newest, I believe. She—What is his distinguishing peculiarity? He—Small doses am' "jig fees. A gentleman recently cured of dyspepsia gave the following appropriate rendering of Burns famous blessing: "Some have meal and can not eat, and some have none tbat want it: but we havo meat and we can eat, it,—Kodol Dyspepsia Cure be thanked " This -•••■-pm-ution will digest what you eat. It. instantly relieves nnd-nulio-illy cures indigf!.linii and all sliuuauh disorder-. C, P. UulerUiroliet* CASTORIA. Bears the fi The Kind You Have Always Bought Signature Cf »»▼'»* fT^I f»TTTTt» TTTJ DATEAITQ trade-marks \ rAI EN I OflND0cBfflGDHTSi - ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY PI1EE1 \ ■ Notice in " Inventive Age " In K B*i pM Book "How to obtain Patents" | llkfa \ ' Charges moderate. So fee till patent is secured-1 Letters strictly confidential. Address, j E. G. SIGGERS, Patent Lawyer, Washington, D. C. 1 When you want a modern up-to-date physic try Chamberlain's "Stomach and Liver Tablets. They are e&sy to take and pleasant in effect. Price, 25 cents. Samples free at Lister & Sheeder's drug store. Another Kind. When Johnny Hobbs left his home up among the New Hampshire hills to visit his grandmother in Worcester, Mass., he was cautioned by his mother- that he would find things in the city strangely different from those at home." Johnny arrived in the early afternoon, and long before tea-time his grandmother, who lived most simply, told him to run out to the pantry and get a bowl of milk which she had left there "for a hungry boy." A moment later she followed him, and to her amazement betield her grandson bravely at work on a bowl of spearmint tea, Whicli she had forgetfully put in the place where she had told him to find the milk. "Why, child," she cried, seizing the bowl from poor Johnny, "don't you know this isn't -milk?" "I—I know it wasn't like Hill- bury milk," stammered Johnny, with a final gulp, "but I thought maybe it was the kind folks had in Worcester:'' It has been demonstrated by experience that consumption can be prevented by the early use of One Minute Cough Cure, This is the favorite remedy for Coughs, colds, croup, asthma, grippe and all throat and lung troubles. Cures quickly. C. P. Unterkircher. A "Witness ot Waterloo. Lady Medway has brought to the notice of the queen the facts con- nected_ with the life of Mrs. Barhara Moon 'of Rolvenden, Kent, the only woman alive who was present at the uattle of Waterloo. Mrs. Moon, who is "90 years of age, was the daughter of a color sergeant in the 3d batalion rifle brigade, wbo fought in the bat* ties of Badajoz, Salamanca and Waters loo. In the last named he "received t>ls death, wound. Mrs. Moon was then 4 years of age. She remembers leaving the field ot Waterloo with her mother in a baggage wagon. At the age of 70 s°he could neither read nor write, but she learned to accomplish both these tasks at the village Sunday school. Her majesty has accepted Mrs. Moon's photograph, and has sent her a contribution "to assist in making her comfortable during this somewhat trying season of the year."—London Chronicle. > The law holds both the maker and circulators ot a counterfeit equally guilty. The dealer who sells-you a dangerous counterfeit of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve risks your life to make a little larger profit. You can not trust him. DeWitt's is the only genuine and original Witch Hazel Salve, a well known cure for piles and all skin diseases. See that your dealer gives you DeWiti's Salve, C. P. Unterkircher. "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 lo the east. A copy will be .sent free anywhere by writing to A. J. Smith, G. P. & T. A., Cleveland, Ohio. At the Post-office Haying moved my shop into the post-office room, I am now ready to do nil kinds of Watch,. Clock, Jewelry, Lock and Umbrella repairing on short notice. Bring in your work. C. N. How Lake Shore and M.S. Ry WEST EAST 469 443 454 468 Ft. Mail ' Mail Pt. p. nr. a. m. STATIONS. p. m. p. tn. .1.40 9.05 Ypsilanti 4,55 12.05 2.03 9.19 Pittfield Jt. 4.36 11.40 2.25 9.27 Saline 428 11.25 2.45 9.39 Bridgewater 4.14 1100 3 53 10.12 Manchester 3.53 10.27 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 . 3.01 8 2S 5.20 1107 Jerome 2 53 b\15 5.39 11.18 North Adams 2 43 SOO 6.00 11.35 Hillsdale 2.25 7 3-5 a. m. p. m. a. iu. U Ul 7.10 7 15 t-hii»tr«> S80 *• |l IU l> iu a in p in 11 05 2 3-5 r..i III 45 .8 lo -.1 Ul i> m a. m. |i -n •2 15 5 40 t'it-volaud \6 30 4 10 •j m .!>. m a in. a in. 6 50 10 10 liii'Talu 12 ul 5 50 Our yearly' By Its Record of remarkable cures Ilojil's Sarsaparilla has become the one true blood purifier prominently in tlie public cyo. (Jet only Hood's. Hood's Pills arc tlio best family cathartic and. liver medicine. 25c, Price Event Commences Wednesday June 27th and continues until .Saturday July 7th. * : • Every economically inclined person-wiil find this the opportunity of the year to replenish their wardrobe at a decided Saving in Cash. Summer Wash Fabrics, Black and Colored Dress Goods, Shirtwaists, Suits and Silks; all at greatly reduced prices. E. F. MILLS & GO. 120 ZMZarLiCLS-b- Robt E. Stabler "The Powers are united." 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 Slushier & Wuerth's, of which we have sold a great many. It will pay You to look over our stock before purchasing elsewhere. J. Fred Wuertb. ■W/i-' "34 Staebler & Wuerth * Clothiers and Furnishers, 211 S. Main St., Ann Arbor.- We pay your fare both ways with every 38 purchase or over. Plymouth Binding Twine A Comparative Statement showiug the Cost and Value of Binding Twine, based on the 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. weighs 300 lbs. @ 14c will cost S42.00 weighs 315| lbs. @ 14c will cost $44 19 weighs 322J lbs. @ 14c willcost §45.13 weighs 336|} lbs. @, 14e will cost $47.13 151,500 ft. of 430 ft. to the lb., weighs 352J lbs. @ 14c will cost §49.33 We have recently tested twine sent us for examination, that averaged a little less than 430 feet to the pound. The. PLYMOUTH Twines are the only ones of these grades that ran 505 feet to the pound. You save by buying them, over the lowest grade, S7.33on 300 pounds, or $2.44 per 100; or 2 44-100 cents.per pound. Therefore, if Plymouth sells for 14 cents per pound, the other should sell for 11 66-100 cents, to be as cheap, and others in proportion The Moral is, buy PLYMOUTH Twine, and save money, and the annoyance of loose bundles, caused by poor twine. E.W. Ford & Son, Agents 151,500 ft. of 505 ft. to the lb 151,500 ft. of 480 ft. to the lb. 151,500 ft. of 470 ft. to the lb 151,500 ft. of 450 ft. to the lb ^MILLINERY S. T. Fairbank !Rs ciiZ; CUEAT11E; BEKTFnTC. 1.2-3- White, }1 p—, -.-~^- , „..,. AU-Draggists ■ Plean, r2 § •*->-—- - -■* p^ -,—*--r-w-**ae a .xtrv 1 TltiTo Brunette.) 3 E -L"^ m^iii S f Fancy Stores. I TINTS ^fg^g^j^:^"^: '-*1 V «^u—.—-*.-.
|Title||1900-07-05; 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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