1900-02-22; Saline Observer
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r.r_j_-^?T^3_r-cVs.-prJS-L'- i l_s?-„ -, ;_r__^'-!-t5'&__!__ :-'*-: ■■" _INE ** A. J, WARREN. Publisher. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY FEBRUARY 22, 1900, VOL. XX.—NO. 18 Are Your Eyes Bad? V Dr. IF. Stein tlie famous Eye Specialist 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 soroness after reading a while and when a miserable headache comes to them they ascribe it to any cause but tbe right one and take a pill. The real cause of their misery is that their eyes are weak and every time they read or write means and added strain, and their eyes made weaker. Consultation with a specialist means th e ending of all misery, and the saving of your eyesight. Dr. Stein is reliable, you do not see him once and then look for him again in vain. He is going to make spe _al visits to your town. Come and see }]% aj.d h^ye yo.p- eyes spientifipally tested free of charge, that yoq ipay haye GQIH--. wiieu JP . l-ead acd write. Ho vvill be »t ib@ Harmon House; Thursday aud Friday, March 1 and 2. New White Goods Plain and Fancy Weaves New Lace, and Embroidered Yokings New Dress foods Fer Suits and Fancy Dresses With the Stylish Fringes. NEW SILK3tx> Special values in Black Goods. Waist Patterns in Fancies and Big line of colored Taffetas. The best, widest, DOLLAR BLA-CK TAFFETA in the market Splendid line of Ladies Muslin Underwear of the celebrated Jackson '"Standard" make. W, H Sweet & Son Ypsilanti Micli. _? « Tho New lb 10c Pattern Have you ever tried tliem- _# • You'll find it the most satisfactory pattern you ever used, and the price for each and every pattern is 10c. Drop.us a postal card with your name and' address and each month we will maityon the large new fashion sheet. . - Davis & Kishlar DryG-oods '■,"' j „ Ypsilanti - - - . Micli Macon Happenings . Leigh Pennington was home from Palmyra Saturday. Little Clyde Bailey is better at present writing. The entertainment at' the M. E. church last Friday night was well attended, the receipts heing $18.75. The instrumental part of the program was very good. Th-* funeral of Chas. Embler wa« h°ld Mnndnv afternoon nt the Clinton M. E church. Rev Moore-offi ...ting. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harris, of Wisconsin, are visiting relatives here. "Mr and Mrs. G°o. Rendel went to Con p. In. _ Saturday to attend the wood- fn wwilling of Mr. and Mrs. Thoodore TO mpf. I Mrs Jpfs"e B Collar has purchased a . ew K-on.e r piano of E M Collerof Tponms-h. Epworth Lrh _ue minting Sunday night at 7:30 o'clock. Leader Alta Hendershot. There is some talk of organizing an anti-saloon league in this vicinity. Next Saturday night Macon Grange will present the play "Sweet Brier," at Macon Town Hall, admission 10 cents. ' Mooreville. Roy Ford was home from Ypsilanti over Sunday aepoipp^niB-d by a boy friepd; George Stevenson was here from Detroit to attend the funeral of his mother. Mrs. Tom Tripp was out from Ypsilanti to attend the funeral of her grandmother Mrs. Oakley Steyenson. Mrs Mary Tracy is on the sick list. Miss Nellie McMullen seturned to Detroit Thursday after a few weeks visit with her parents. The oyster supper Wednesday evening was well attended, Quite a few of the relatives attended the birthday party at Charles Millage Saturday. Mrs, Rebecca Stevenson died Febru* ary 10,1900 at the 85 years, 10 months and 10 days. Born in Morristown IjT. J. v united with the Baptist church in Mor- ristown at 17 years of age. For many years she was a resident of York township. Seven chilbren are still living all but one in Michigan. Funeral service was conducted by Rev. George Atchinson at Mooreville Baptist church Wednesday. Card of Thanks. We thank our kind friends and neighbors who so kindly assisted us during our sad bereavement also the choir. Pamir Stevensou Mary Tracy Night Trains on the Ann Arbor R.R. Do you know you can now leave Pittsfield at 4:44 p. _.. via the Ann Arbor R. R. and arrive in Frankfort at 8:30 a. m.? • Doyou know tbat this train carries sleeping car and that the company charges only one dollar for double berth? * 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 Pittsfteld at }1:2? a. n.. The short lihefor Ann Av .or, Elowell, Durand, Qwosso, M - Pleasant. Cadillac and Frankfovt, Chair and sleeping cars on through trains. Three car feuks v.ith-good passenger accommodations daily between Frankfort and -Menominee, Gladstone, Escanaba, Manitowoc and Kewaunee. Connections made at these points for St. Paul and points west-and northwest. Carload freight taken across lake without breaking bulk. W. H. Bennett J. J. Eirby G. P. A. A. G. P. A. Mill WWII We want twenty-five horses to fit with new and durable Harness Light and Heavy. A few of those Choice Blankets Remaining and will be sold at Right Prices Collars, Whips, Robes. Repairing neatly done and on short notice. A. W. Lashier One Hundred Years Old. Franklin, Mich., Feb. 10.—In a small, old fashioned house on a little farm lives t_e subject of this sketch, Mrs. Anna Allen, or as she is familiarly called, Aunt Ann. Today friends from far and near came to pay their respects to her, for it is her 100th birthday. Anna Shepard was born Februai y 10, 1800, in Hillsdale, Columbia county, N. Y Her parents were Connecticut Yankees; her father served in the Revolutionary war. Her mother died at tbe age of 97 and a sister nearly reached 100 years. On January 27, 1827, Miss Shepard was married to D. P. Allen, a soldier ofthe war of 1812. ln 183-5 Mr. and Mrs. Allen came to Michigan and settled on the farm where she nnw resides. Four children were born to them, two of them, a "son and a daughter, live with and care for their mother. In 1890 her husband died, Aunt Annts mental faculties are unimpaired. To her memory the family appeal on doubtful questions. She re. embers the cold summer oE 1816 and the customs and manners of the people of her youth. Her hearingis perfect and her eyesight'fair.—Detroit-Free Press. msm » **• J. eld, A famous verdict rendered: many- years ago hy a coroner's jury in a case of mysterious death ran thus: "We, the jury of twelve good men and true, duly impanelled and responsible on our consciences, do hereby return the following verdict on the demise of the deceased, namely: That said corpse came to its death through the abrupt ceasing of his heart to perform its natural oSSce, for no reason whatever discernible by man, but solely an act of providence." If this was not altogether explicit, at least the public knew there had been no foul play; but what meaning eould possibly be attached to the verdict which a legal magazine assures us was rendered, much more recently, by a Missouri court? "We, the jury impanelled, sworn and charged to Inquire into tbe insanguinity of Hezekiah Jones, do occur in the affirmative." This leaves the matter still shrouded in mystery. Was Hezekiah, dead, an ensanguined corpse? Was he, liTing, accused of homicide, or merely of insanity? Insanguinity is a resonant and mysterious multisyllable that must leave the everyday juryman in a very uncertain frame of mind. Stood Death Off. E. B. Munday, a lawyer of Henrietta, Tex., once fooled a grave-digger. He says: "My brother was very -low with malarial fever and jaundice. I persuaded him to try Electric Bitters, and he was soon much better, but continued their use until he was wholly cured. I am sure Electric Bitters saved his life." This remedy' expels malaria, kills disease germs and purifies the blood; aids digestion, regulates liver, kidneys and bowels, cures constipation, dyspepsia, nervous diseases, kidney troubles, female complaints; gives perfect health. Only 50o at Lister & Sheeder's drug store. State of Michigan County of Washtenaw, Notice is hereby given, that by an orfie r of the Probate Court for the County, of Wanhtenaw, made on the fifth day of January A D„ 1SSQ0, gijj months from that date were qjiovjed fo.- creditors to present tl\eir claim? a5.ai1.3t i\\e estate of William Brainard., late o"f sa\d County, deceased, and that all creditors Qf said deceased are required to. present their claims to said _ rbbate Court, at the Brabate Office inthe city of Ann Arbor, for examination, and allowance, on or before the fifth day of July nest, and that such will be heard before said Court, on the fifth day of April and on fifth day of July next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of each of said days. Dated January 5th 19D0. •H.'Wirt Newkirk, Judge of Probate. Lab t Shore and IS ..By -WEST EAST 469 443 454 468 Ft. Mail Mail Ft. p. m. a, in. stations. p. m. p. ra. 140 9 23 Ypsilanti 4.55 12 05 2.03 9.40 Pittfi-ld Jt. 4.36 11.40 2.25 9.49 Saline 4 2S 1125 2.45 10.03 Bridgewater 4.14" 1100 3.53 10.27 Manchester 3.53 10.27 10.43 Watkins 3.35 4.34 10.57 Brooklyn 3.23 9.10 4.50 11.09 Woodstock 3.11 8.46 5.00 11.15 Somerset 8-.05 S.3. 5.07 11.19 Somerset Ct . 3.01 - 8 2S 5.20 11.27 - Jerome 253 S15 5:39 11.38 North Adam s 2.43 S.OO 6.00 11.55 Hillsdale 2.25 7 35 a. m. 7.10 p. m. 7.15 Chicago a. m S.30 a.m 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. in. 6 30 p. m. 4.10 a. in. 6.50 p. m. 10.30 Buffalo a m. 12 Ul a. m. 5-50 The showing of Dress Goods is an unusual one this spring, even for us, and that is saying a good deal. The Styles run to plain fabrics like Whip Cords, Venetians and the like, and Gorgeous Plaids. Plaids for Skirts and Plain Cloths for Costumes. Oar showing of GOL. SUITING- is compelling enormous admiration, No costume is complete now-a-day without a Golfer, Rainy Day Skirt, and our stoek of Materials for these is complete 45-inch Golf Suitings—Elegant Plaid Backs at 51 00, and 52 to 60 inch Golf Suitings at 1.50, 2.00, 2/25 and 2.50 a yard All the pretty New Plaids at 25c, 50c, 7oc, 1.00 and 1.25 Stylish and Durable Venetians at 50c and 75.C Elegant New Colorings in Whip Cords at 75e, 1.00 aud 1.25 Fashionable Camels Hair Cheviots at 50c to 1 50 Our New^jB^^ 8000 yards strong, now occupy a prominent position in our store. You'll odjov a glance at these bargains of Spring. E. F. MILLS & CO. _L 20 Main S-b- ______r__._i___. ArlDor aline Lynches and Regular Meals Board and Lodging by the week at a reasonable price. Ice Cream Sodai We make a specialty of furnishing Ice Cream for parties, socials etc. A fine assortment of O __i:i___.cL±3S _ . o± a-11 l-_:±-Q_c_Ls ^Granges, Lemons, Bananas, Dates, Fi°;s etc. Fresh Bread every day A fresh assortment of Cookies, Cakes, Pies etc. always on hand. J. A. ALBER Only,-***5-^-^^ .....Good Stock..... •■- ,L -- _. **4 _s >'* ^ %' G. C_ Howard NE R V ES must be fed 011 pure, rich blood. Hood .Sarsaparillaisthe best nerve tonic. By enriching the blopcl it makes Ihe nerves STRONC- The best farm lands in the world lie west of the Mississippi River. In that country are great ppportunities to establish homes and become prosperousi Reliable information, beautiful pictures of farms, buildings and stock, together with descriptions and letters from owners giving their experience, can^be had by sending 125 cents in postage -for a year's subscription to America's great illustrated monthly farm paper, "THE eSRH BELT," tOS Utisms Street, CHICAGO, 3LL. -■ -__fc_^>R.*_h-.
|Title||1900-02-22; 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.|