1900-12-27; Saline Observer
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'FW! .; ■**-^w.!pi^BB|M \ JNE WARREN^ Publisher. SALINE,* WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY DECEMBER 27,_ 1900. VOL. XXL—NO. 10 Your Eyes Bad? ■Dr. M; I Stein the 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 soreness after reading a while and when a miserable headache comes to them they ascribeit to any cause but the right one and take a pill. Tho 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 the ending of all misery, and the saying of your eyesight. Dr. Stwin is reliable, vou.'do not see him once and then look for him again in vain. He is going to make spo'-ial visits to your town * Come and see yj.im arid have yortr eyes scientifically tested free..of charge, that you may have Contort when you read acd write. HJe will be at tbe Harmon House; Thursday and Friday, Jan. 3 and 4. ^ Jackets^ Millinery Many persons have,had the experience of Mr. Peter Sherman, of North Stratford, N. H., who says, "Por years I suffered torture from chronic indigestion, but Kodol' Dyspepsia Cure made a well man of me." ' it digests what you eat and is a certain cure for dyspepsia and every form of stomach trouble. It gives relief at" once even in the worst cases, and can't help but do jou good. Unterkircher's drug store. — The Twice-A-Weelc Frpe Press is conceded to be Michigan's leading newspappr. It is published on Tuesday and Friday, and is almost equal to a daily. It is up-to-date in every department. I. (;nnr mi rn Ocau "Liner. -is ch cf the .large Atlantic' liners >-< in a supply of 2,500 bottles oi : .t rnd spirits. 12.000 bottles of ale t! peter, rniHS.OOQ bottles of minera .*.*•.,e.s for a trip to the United State ad the. v°turn voyage. Clu'iftra Carried fifty-Antes. : Cinders from the forest fires on Cape Cod were carried by the wind as far as Boston, a distance of almost fifty miles, falling in the streets and the waters of the harbor in considerable showers. Ants Dislike Cayenne Pepper. Cayenne pepper is the best thing that can be used to destroy red ,ants. Spread it on. the shelves In the'pan-. try and the ants will sooa disappear. $1,000 Worth of Sood, A. JBJ. Thurness of Wills Creek Coal Co., Buffalo, O., writes: "I have been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years, passing gravel of stones, with excruciating pain. Other medicines only gaye relief. After taking Foley's Kidney Cure the result was surprising. A few doses started the brick dust, like fine stones, etc., and how I have no pain across my kidneys and I feel like a new man. Foley's Kidney Cure has done me $1,000 worth of good." Take no substitute. Unterkircher's drug store. A Coffee Barometer. It is claimed that the "coffee" forecast is a reliable way- of determining what the weather is going to be. In order to te"! what the weather is going to be yon must drop carefully into your morning cup of coffee, prepared with a little.milk, two lumps of sugar. Do not stir the coffee. If the bubbles ascend rapidly, separate quickly, and fly to ihe side of the cup, there will be much rain within the next twenty- four hours. If they gather closely and gravitate in a cluster to the side only possible showers may be expected. But if they remain placidly in the center of the cup you may wear your best hat and leave your umbrella at home when you take your walks abroad. Says. P'itzgibbon, the "Washington, correspondent of the Detroit Tribune: ''Henry C. Smith has a list of names that postmasters in his district who hope to be reappointed and republicans who hope to succeed present postmasters, ought to read with interest. On it is the name of every postmaster who is going to be reappointed, every one who is not going to get a second term, and eyery aspirant for a post office appointment who will get it. He says he settled all his post office appointments before he came to Washington for the session, and that it will be a waste of energy for any citizen to start a new boom or bother him with petitions oV letters. Foley's Honey and Tat heals lungs and stops the cough. The Reduced prices . in our Coat department have made Coat and Cape buying pleasant Women who see the Davis i&Kishlar Handkerchiefs in time have no time to see others * Every Department Brim Full. We invite your trade upon the basis of the Lowest Prices for the very best qualities. No fictitious prices used as a bait. _ New Dress Goods in Serges,"T3Jomespuns, Venetians, Cheviots, &e. Leave your order in our Dressmaking Department for a new Fall Suit. All wort guaranteed. We carry a largo and complete line of Hosiery and Underwear for Ladies, Gonts and Children. Flannels, Blankets and Comforters in great variety: Kid and Golf Gloves—latest and best styles; Ladies' and Children's Outing Gowns, 50c to SI.00. Ws also cat-ry-ot great variety of Fancy potions. We have a new and choices line of Ladies' and Children's Jactets"*and Capes for winter. .: Our Millinery has a reputation all oyer Washtenaw for Low Prices aftd* Popular Styles. We oiler great bargains qn Trimiged Hats. 1 W. H. Sweet Sc Son FURS are always good. Women dote on them " Buy at "The Boys" Store Easy Christmas Shopping This Store makes your Christmas shopping easy Here are articles that folks can use and appreciate every day and all of Christmas quality. We do not "handle oth6i* sorts at any time. Fine Table Linen —~ make most apcep.tahle Christmas gifts All good, house wives admire them. We have JJfgsilanti's finest line. Suggestians Kid Gloves, Mocha Gloves, Mocha Gloves silk lined. If you don't know what color or size .to buy, ask for one of our Kid Glove Coupons-vtrhich en titles the bearer to 1 pair of Gloves. All Gloyes are put up in handsome boxes. ipd Mittens/Wove Mittens, Golf Mitte,ns. F> Ypsilanti Mick. A Cold Wave friends Axe Best Property, And yet we do, not provide for the great-it: good of life. We take care of our bfealtfc:*© lay up money; we make our, rooif tight, and our clothing sufficient; but who provides wisely that hevshalt ,nbt he wanting in the best property of- all, friends.?—Consid- Is cording . _ ,-' """'mi .„_.i. „„—,= I uest property oi au, -And you will want some-j Ne^J%rti^WsLy, rthing to keep you warm. (ES / We have thorn,, the Finest line we hew ever kept at prices ranging from SL to $15- Come aud see them. . -Brave Men Pall Victims to stomaph, liver and kidney troubles as well as women, and all feel the results in loss of appetite, poisons in the blood, backache, nervousness, headache.and tired, listless, run-down feeling. But there's no need to feel like that. J. W. Gardner, of Idayille, Ind,, says; "Electric Bitters are just the thing for a man wheu he don't care whether he lives or dies. It gave me new strength and good appetite. 1 can now eat anything and have a new lease on life." Only 50 cents, at Lister & Sheeder's Drug Store. Every bottle guaranteed. -- * Blankets- at 20 per oent discount are just as acceptable as though you paid regular price That's the way we are selling- wool blankets 20 per cent off.. OUR -.■■■ HOLIDAY Handkerchiefs for less than regular price. Men who buy oyr GLOVE CARDS need not worry about size or color; Annual Distribution of Gifts. To Our .Gash Customers. Following our custom oi the past six years, wo shall again niakre our Cash Customers, profit sharers with us in our Christmas business. The high grade .of tua thousands of articles given by us in the past, is the best evidence as to what may be expected this year. With $2,oo Cash Purchase (Or Under $5.00) You will receive Free an elegant With $i.oo Cash Purchase (Or Under S2.00) You will receive Jbree a handsome arbon Print (10 x 14 inches) Copied irom a famous painting. With ash Purchase of $5.00 (or under Ten Dollars) You can have your choice of A "Rogers" Butter Knife, or an Orange Spoon, Value $1.00. ; ~ arbon Print j (15 x 20 inches) reproducing the wort of one of ':' the world's great artists. ■ t : =——, I With ash Purchase of $10.00. t (Or Over) ' " You can have your choice of A "Rogers" Jelly Knife, or Cake Knife Value §1.75. These articles are the finest of their class and will "last a life time. E. F. MILLS 5. CO. ____________ -A-__*TD03_- _A_ Powerful Wedge. We are driving towards mating ours the most popular Clothing Store in Washtenaw County -.^ Do you want a * . Suit or Overcoat If you will make it a point to see us, we wil see that you are well repaid for it. , Dont forget the 'New Store, Everything New, and better values for your money than elsewhere. Hatters and Furnishers Handkerchiefs JJfolks always come here for Christmas Handkerchiefs. We put them up in neat boxes. China Silk Work Bags, - Fancy Collars, Fascinators, Fancy Pin Cushions Ladies' and Children's Knit ■Slippers * ) Chinese Gongs, Silk Aprons i Umbrellas for Men and j women, Sofa Pillows, Dress . Patterns,. Fancy French flan- '■ nels for shirt waists. Rugs. Art Squares, Hope Portieres, Damask Curtains, a pair of wool Blankets OUR STOCK * orblact and colored Dress Goods contains hundreds of the most pleasing Gifts that Givers can give, "**»->, ^A. W. Lashier Tic-Doloureux- Swelled Face. tV swollen face is the characteristic epidemic symptom this year of a Cold .or the Grip. Humphreys' "Specific "77" cures it—2"«. fit-the Post-office Having moved my shop into the post-office room. I am now ready to do all kinds of Watch, Clock, Jewelry, Lock and Umbrella repairing on short notice. Bring in your work. C. N. How If j*ou get the wrong size, if you select the same as some one else has for a certain person or if for any reason thej* wish to exchange the purchase after Christmas,, they are at perfect liberty to do so. This may ease your mind somewhat. There are two persons pleased at an Umbrella giving. The giver and the givee. Make yourself one' of * those two pleased people by giving one of our choice UMBRELLAS Staebler*& Wuerth Plenty of 20 per cent discount Warm soft Comfortables, Fine fur Collars Muffles for men, a tablo cloth or a dozen napkins, a line hemstitched lunoh cloth, Ladies' black wool tights. Jackets, Capes, Wrappers, Lace Curtains, Fancy Frames, Boxes, Paper Knives, Match Safes, ..Tape Measure and a. thousand other fancy* articles which you'll be gladj to ^ee. We have 500 pictures, peau- tiful reproductions of water colors. * *" With every purchase* of .^2.00 or moro w6 present you with your choice from 12 subjects. We welcome all who come jto soe. Ladies' Dressing Sacques will ligure prominently as Christmas GIFTS 79c to S3.00. ,' "OUR STOKE is open - EVENINGS ~ until CHRISTMAS Davis & Kishlar Ypsilanti Mich And a good place to load it at E. W. Ford & Son,-Agents Nerves tlaat Die For lack of* nourishment are just as dead as though, they wefe • severed with a 'knife. . In either case the base of supplies has been interfered with. Nerres that need nourishing make their . wants known through headache, backache, loss' of appetite, indigestion, fluttering of the heart, irritability-, sleeplessness, and general weakness. Feed the hungry\1ierves, build them up and make them strong and vigorous, full of vim, vitality and power, with the great nerve food and tonic. Dr.'Miles' Nervine'. "Eqj many years I was troubled witli nervous dyspepsia. "Weetsab a time I liave suffered so much that I could not retain food at all.'* These attacks brought-ou nervous prostration and I got no rest day or night. I triedluany physicians aria advertised remedies, but n&ver found relief until Dr. Miles' Hervine was Tecommended. I - then found I could rest well and retain food and was soon restored." Mes. "K. Pujsrnek, Jefferson, "Wis. D^ Miles* Nervine ,-*- • i tjuiets the nervous irritation, stimulates the digestion and fills the blood *with just the nourishment needed for •weak and run-down conditions, Give it a trial-. Solcbby druggists oa guarantee. $S> SBlfSS Medical Co.. Eikbart, Ind.
|Title||1900-12-27; 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.|