1900-03-29; Saline Observer
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.iiiiriiiriirun".i irmii.iii;*'*':1*7-""— _ " '_ !i Its ._ . -V BSERVER A. j. WARREN. Publisher. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THXJKSDAY MARCH 29," 1900. VOL. XX.—NO. 23 New New Lace, and New D . i Plain and Fancy Weaves Imbroidered Yokings ss Goods Fer Suits and Fancy Dresses With the Stylish Fringes. NEW SILKStx> Special values in Black Goods. Waist Patterns in Fancies and Big line of colored Taffetas. The best, widest, DOLLAR BLACK TAFFETA in the market Splendid line of Ladies Muslin Underwear of the celebrated Jackson '•Standard" make. Ypsilanti Midi. Have you ever tried, them You'll find it the most satisfactory pattern you ever used, ami the price for each and every pattern is 10c. Drop us a postal card with your name and address and each month we will mail yon the large new fashion sheet. 1! IS Y JDoo-y G-oods Ypsilanti Mich Strictly High G-rade For Residences, Churches and. Schools Estimates and Plans furnished free for work set iu any part of the country. W-iml Mautles, Grates and Tiles. Full satisfaction guaranteed. Send fpr illfis-frg-Jed catalogue to IlVCax'S-SzLa.Xl jEr-uL-C-CLace Go Marshall Avenue and Exchange st. Marshal', Mich. rESTQM The best farm lands in the world lie west of the Mississippi River. In that country are great opportunities to establish homes and become prosperous. Reliable information, beautiful pictures of farms, buildings and stock, together with descriptions and letters from owners giving their experience, can be had by sending 25 cents in postage for a year's subscription to America's great illustrated monthly farm paper, "THI CORN BELT,"20S M&m$ Street, CHICAGO, .'LI,. Macon Happenings Joseph aud John Howell are both home for a vacation. Sam Chambers is visiting his sister, Mrs. Edwin Howell. George Langan, of Lapeer, is visiting his brother Will. Chas. F. Allen closes his winter term of school in the Sutfin District, this week, for a short vacation. Next Monday means disappointmeut for some one. The town meeting in Macon promises to he a warm contest. Zebe Fuller leaves this week for Denver Colorado, where he will make his home with his daughter, Mrs. John Carey. Born to Mr. and Mrs. John McElroy of District No. 1, Clinton, Friday March 23, a 10-pound girl. Geo. Rendel had a week's vacation last week. Lee Pennington was home from Palmyra over Sunday. Miss Russel will take a short vacation nest week from school duties. Sauer their spend Milan Locals Miss Minnie and Mr. Clifford Mead of Albion, are the guests of Miss S. Mead this week. Miss Lelia Kelley returned Monday from a lour weeks visit at Fort Wayne Ind. Saturday evening the Model Hoop & Stave Factory employees gave Dr, and Mrs. Si ver an elegant surprise and presented them with u beautiful chair as a token of their friendship and esteem. Dr. Siver and family leave Milan the first of next week and they leave a host of warm friends who deeply regret their departure. Editor W. H. Hausmau and family are visiting friends in Petersburg- for a few days. Miss Cecil Gauntlett of the Ann Arbor High School came home Friday fou a short vacation. Our schools are closed for a week's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Schmitt are moving from Mr. Case's house to Mr. R Burcbard's house. Mr. and Mrs. R. Burchard left for DelroitThursday where they will make it their home for the present. Misses Donna LaRue and K. left the last of the week for homes in Saline where they will the week's vacation. The Baptist Young People will indulge in a ghost social at Mrs. Geo. Minto's residence Friday evening of this week. Miss Ida Burroughs moved this week . from Mrs. J. Burnham's house to Mrs. D. Jentiing's house. Miss Ejeile Tripp returned home Friday from an extended visit with friends in Trenton, Carlton and Detroit. Mrs. Ford and daughter Inez of Trenton are the guests of Mrs. Ford's parents Mr. and Mrs. Tripp. Mrs. O. A. Kelley who has been ill with lagrippe is able to be out again. Little Waldo, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Blackmer has been quite ill with quinsy. Mr. Cousins of Carlton, spent Sunday with friends .here. Mi-. Jessie Rowland aud daughter of Durand are visiting Milan friends. Clifford Gardner has returned to Detroit after a short visit at home. C. Butler is carrying his right" hand in asling since last Friday when he was badly hurned i.t Kelley'. tin shop. The f(re pot beoame overheated when he was using the soldering irons and the gasoline on his hand ignited causing a terrible burn, but he may be thankful to get out of it with just one burned, hand. Needed tlie Soap. From the Washington Post: It "was at a department store bargain counter for odds and ends. * The crush was terrific. Women squeezed and* elbowed and shoved to get alongside t .6 CQU.- ter. Fpeguently $wa pf them happened to pick up the same bargain at one and the same time, and then they both retained their clutch on it and "looked daggers at each other until the stronger of the two won the victory or the bargain was rent into ribbons. A haughty -matron with an electric seal coat picked up a box containing three cakes of soap for S cents at the same moment a humble-looking little woman in a faded tan coat had fastened her grasp on the box. "I believe I was the first to take hold of this," said tlie matron in the electric seal coat.'freez- ipgly, fhe _ninhle-igQIcing little woman helu on for a minute, studying her antagonist, then she slowly relaxed her hold on the box. "Well, you can have it," she said, amiably. "You look as if you need the soap." The bargain counter is the place to ohserve how they love one another. - Doctor's Hints to Smokora. A medical Journal gives smokers two bits of advice. "Smoke with moderation, and do not smoke too cheaply." Tobacco, in the opinion of this writer, certainly seems to satisfy some physiologic need in certain conditions of the system, for persons who are unable to smoke at certain times can do sp with pleasure and benefit at some other period in their lives, as was the case with Huxley. Certainly no hahit is so common or so generally harmless, he thinks. Comparatively few use tobacco in such excess as to suffer had effects, no doubt fewer than suffer from the over-use of coffee and tea, and infinitely fewer than those who suffer from overeating. Bankr Routs A Robber. J. R. Garrison, Cashier of the bank of Thornville, Ohio, had been robbed of health by a serious lung trouble until he tried Dr. King's New Discovery fdr Consumption. Then he wrote: "It is the best medicine I ever used for a severe cold or a bad ease of lung trouble. I always keep a bottle on hand." Don't suffer with Coughs, Colds, or any Throat, Chest or Lung trouhle when you can be cured so easily. - Only 50c and §1.00.' Trial bottles ree at Lister & Sheeder's Drug Store. Lai eSh ore and IS ..By WEST EAST 469 443 454 46S Ft. Mail Mail Ft. p. in. a. m. 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 Saliue 4.28 11.25 2.45 10.03 Bridgewatei 4.14 11.00 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 3.05 S.3H 5.07 11.19 Somerset Ct . 3.01 S.28 5.20 11.27 Jerome 253 8.15 5.39 11.3S North Adams 2.43 8.00 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. in. 11,05 p. m. 2.45 Toledo a. m. 10.45 p. m. S.15 a. m. 2.15 p. m. 5.55 Cleveland a. m. 6.30 p. m. 4.10 a. m. 6 50 p. in. 10.30 Buffalo a. m. 12.U1 a. m. 550 Night Trains on tive Ann Arbor R.R. Do you know jtou can now leave Pittsfield at 4:44 p. m. via the Ann Arbor I _ R. and arrive in Frankfort at 8:30 a. m.? Do you know that this train carries sleeping -car aud 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 Lhe company's ear 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 Frankfort. Chair and sleeping ear., on through trains. Tnvee ear fcttiiis Vtith good passenger accommodations daily between Frankfort aud 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. Kirby G. P. A. A. G. F, A. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of $650 to $1200 a year* We want reliable apd energetic men and women in each State to travel and appoin',agents; salary5650 to §1200 a year and expenses, guaranteed and paid weekly. If you cannot travel, you can have Local Managership of your own or adjoining Counties, the duties and salary being the same as that of Traveling Representative. You msy devote full or spare time; or evenings only, iu connection with your regular vocation. It is not nt c* tsary for you to have had exwrience; we ih.nrpt.g_- ly instruct you in -all tpatypu will have to do. Send s'-Httip for full particulars. Add_ss, Th.* H-1.1 Company, Dopt. B , Pbila., Pa. The Sales of Hood's Farsapari_i_ are the largest in the world bet--use the (Mires by Hood*- Sai .aparilhi are wonderful, .perfectj-permanent. Hood's Pills are the best family cathartic and liver medicine. 25c- E. F. MILLS & C8. 120 -MZai-L-o. S-b. ___k.___L___L. _A_-_?1do3_> New SILKS Are here in all their Spring luxuriance. You'll fall a victim to them if you glance them over. Dainty New Jap.Silks Elegant Corded Jap Silks Stylish Faneies^and Stripes Dressy Foulard Silks Extra width Foulard Silks Finest Hemstitched Taffetas Hundred of exclusive patterns just in for your selection and no charge for the exclusiveness. 50c 59c 69e 50e 89e SI. 00 ■ .*. ..': Winter by the tharmometer, Spring ! by the calendar is the present condition.- of things. But Winter's reign is near-* ly over and in many households Spring I sewing goes on a pace. Your wants will multiply" as the j warm days eome on, and in this store your needs will be met fully .and fair- ly. . - Styles that are fresh andjiew, prices that make little note cf prevailing ad-; yances, these are our inducements for your trade. White Goods. This is to be a "Whit_'! season and we are well prepared for it. We are showing full lines pf INDIA LINONS 8c. 10c loe, 20c, 25e and 35c, ORGANDIES 25e to 90c a yardrSWISS MULLS 25c, 3-5e and 50c, NAINSOOK- 25e to 35e! -lOSlSry No brands so well knewn as the "Burlington" and jhe "Ann Arbor" Fast Black and we control them. We ask you to look over tho following: Ladies' Fast Blk Hose, 19—3 pr. for 50c Ladies' Fast Blk Hose, 25 a pair Ladies' Fast Blk Hose, 35—3 pr. for SI These three numbers are unusual value The New Wash Fabrics make their best bow and ask your attention, People—Forehanded people— are buying them eagafly. Best of rea-. son for doing so. Toile Du Nord's A. _. C. Ginghams Dainty New'Dimities Sheer Dimities Scotch Zephyrs Arthurian Novelties - Silk Ginghams ... We ask an early inspection, you'll profit by it more than yre. 10c 10c 12.c 15c 25c 25e 25c Plymouth Binding Twine A Comparative Statement showing 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 Staudard 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 300 lbs. @ 14e will cost $42.00 151,500 ft. of 480 ft. to the lb., weighs 315*. lbs. @ 14c will cost $44.19 151,500 ft. of 470 ft. to the lb., weighs 322J lbs. @ 14c will cost S45.13 • 151,500 ft. of 450 ft_ to the lb-, we.ighs 336j lbs. @ 14c will cost S47.13 151,500 ft. of 430 ft. to the lb., weighs 352} lbs. @ 14c will cost S49.33 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, S7.83 on 300 pounds, or S2.44 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. 'V E. W. Ford & Son, Age£ts"1 J"-ULSi3 received. To s_ll at XOo- Dozen And this is always the place to buy Lemons, Bananas, Pigs and Dates. We have the finest Chocolate Drop in town at 20C apQUl d, G. C. Howard $1.50 I willsell a stem wind and stem set watch warranted for one year and if it does not run and keep fair time for one year you will -et a new watch. Come and see them where you can get everything in the jewelry line. Cheaper than any place in town. Gold pens repaired and.repointed for 25c. ubscribefor the OBSERVER _ jt? Ml J_—-.
|Title||1900-03-29; 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.|