1901-04-18; Saline Observer
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-"■J** T~-fiT-*P?-"- &' Salin BSERVER *■ A, J. Warren, Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY APRIL 18, 1901. VOL. XXL—NO 26. Are Your Eyes Bad? * & & Dr. I. F. 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 ascribe it to any cause but the vright one and take a pill. The mil cause of their misery is thai 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 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 special visits to your town Come anil see him and have yonr eyes scientifically tested free of charge, that you may have comfort wheti you read and write. He will be at the Harmon House; Monday and Tuesday, Apr. 22 and 23. A ti.<3. MIUDlERIit "W. H. Sweet & Son Ypsilanti Mich. .. • Yoii are probably dqing U -F^t NQW-. What new things nipst you hap this season?, We haY-S fi*U ^tqcksj of gJarpets, ||^tip.gs, pnqleui&s, Biig^vBapa 95 Da|ga^ |to£t}eie§, l&m durtaias, Muslin QustaifiS, fable Spreads, Couch Covers, Etc. Lot, us supply your needs'; We are in good shape to do it. *^> . . . . Carpets from 28c to $1.25 per yard Mattings 40-*-yard roll.for $5-oo, better ones 15, 22V 25, 30, 38 and 50 cents per yard We haye & vei-y large stock* of New Mattings, tace Curtains as low as 75c per paiPSjh-d up tci$10,50, any price between. *• New.Muslin Curtains 49c to $1.39 per pair. Wliatev.er ypuE needs^are in house -furnishing 'goods, we ^0*^1**, like-- ■ you tp come here and look. If we cannot sa\tj you ii^ eyery particular, we certainly wont expect you to buy, Dfeavis 5i Kishlar "■'''•. ; Ypsilanti Mich A Card to the Public ■ For a great many years the people of this village have had a desire to have lighting facilities of larger towns but owing to the great expense and lack of means it has been impossible up to the present time to secure them. We now have au opportunity to light streets, stores aud bouses with a modern light that is way ahead of any other light in the market for a great deal less money tban other towns and cities are paying for an inferior light. After an investigation of 6 months I feel confident that the acetylene gas system of Mr. Shute?s is the only practical method of lighting our town with the least expense. It has withstood the severest test it can be put to, that of conducting the gas along the streets with the pipe only 10 inches under ground and part of them entirely exposed, successfully lighting our stores, thereby demonstrating that there is. no condensation and \von:l freeze in zero weather. Knowing this to be true and that eyery citizen is interested and that they honestly desire to have the streets lighted under the favorable contract made by the Council with Mr. Shute and the satisfaction manifested by those that have heen using the gas for some time, I have reluctantly consented to assist Mr. Shute in forming a Stock Company to carry on the lighting plant with the expectation that public sentiment and the self interest of each individual will, assist and support to carry on this'enterprise to a speedy aud s-uccessful conclusion. Hoping and trusting to have your hearty co-operation in this matter, I shall at all times be ready to give any. information to those who desire to" make a good investment.. Yours'Truly Geo. E. Schairer The Stock Company. Various inquiries are being made regarding the organisation of a s'ock company in the interest of Saline's street lighting plant and to fully explain lo tho^e i meres led lhe following will f-ive .the particulai s of organization, [n the flrat place, slock to be ndn-tiBsebsible aud lo incorporate under the laws of the State of Michigan for $6,500 in G50 shares of the par value of $10 p, r i-h-ii-e. It is contemplated io only offer for s-ne 500 shares nt 557 vei* share oi- 70 cents ou tbe dollar and the balance of stock lol) shares to be held as Treasury slock and sold as the board of Directors of said company may so direct at par giving the incorporators an increase value of "S3 per share. 500 shares at $7"makes $3,500. The plant will cost complete $3,000 leaving §500 cash in the Treasury. It can be shown at the minimum, 20 per cent can be paid to subscribers from tbe first year's business. The assetts of the company include a ten year franchise with a 5-year corporation contract for street lighting, the plant, all .pipes iu streets, lamps,' poles and all ^connections. A. price?1,000 below the "actual value for such au institution. No better legitimate bona fjjde business for investments of small capital was ever offord to the public. Respectfully P, W," Shute . », lfr-BS--^ %© Begt gen^e"-"**- Po*:- K^suju^tisn^, ' "*' Quick Relief From Pain, A,-! t^Ijo y-s.6 Chamberlain-"** Pain Balnj, "oif ^eupftatisia are delighted With t"p,e qiiJLCl*- v-eiief from pain which it afford**., Wfeen speaking of this Mr. D. $*. Sinks, of Troy, Ohio, says: "•SoBRe tinje ago-X had a severe attack of rb,ev*,matisisa in my arm and shoulder, I tried numerous remedies but got no relief until I was recommended by Messrs. Geo. P. Parsons & Co., druggists of this place, to try- Chamberlain's Pain Balm". They recommended it so highly that I bought a bottle. I was soon relieved of'all pain. I have since recommended this liui- ment to many of my friends, who agree with me that it is the best remedy for muscular rheumatism in th,e market*." For sale by Weinman***, & Matthews, Selpptiflfj *V^orst fcn "Sefghbojrs. I| you s^t down and allo^r your njai^d \o, |-*Ve!" on the evil cljarac'eristics in, your neighbors, you wilfully hrtng yourself ta ijheir le*?el>_ ania are assor elating from, choice "with the -worsjs that you, cafl, find in tjhem. instead- of <jlwelling •with and assisting the gopdj you may al3o find, and* "with less trouble. Milan Locals The largest revival known iu this vicinity for years under the management of Caj..t. Barnard and his effii- cient assistants of the Salvation Army together with the ministers who have acted in union with them. 240 converts have started out in the jjor&'s work and still the good work is going on. • * Mrs. G. R. Williams is seriously ill with lagrippe. S. Schaffer of the D. of M. is spending his vacation here. Mr. and Mrs. Shuenight have moved here from South Bend, Indiana wliere they will make it their future home. • P. Critchet and family have moved iuto Mrs. Wallace's cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Snowball and family have moved from Augusta township into one of Mr. Marble's cottages. Miss Galpiu will give a fine entertainment at the opera house Friday evening. "Last winter 1 was confined to my bed with a very bad cold on the lungs. Nothing gave me relief. Finally my wife bought a "bottle of One Minute Cough Cure that effected a speedy cure. I cannot speak too highly of that excellent remedy.'"—Mr. T. K. .Houseman, Manataway, Pa. Unterkircher's drug store. CASTORIA. Bears the _y^T'1B KM You HavB Always Bought Signature of \v»v"" *v - **,. Envelopes at the Observer Office Skin troubles, cuts, burns, scalds and chafing quickly heal by the use of DeWitt's Witch* Hasel Salve. It is imitated. Be aare you get DeWitt's. Uiitei*Jj'rober*s drug store. V. B. Conklin, Bowersville, O., says: "I received more benefit from Foley's Kidney Cure than from months -of treatment by physicians."* - ^TJnter- kirclter's drug store. The Cure that Cures Coughs, Colds, Grippe, Whoopingr Cough, Asthma' Bronchitis and Incipient Consumption is OTTdS CURE ■\&->\^"A'A-m^\a\sT; 25o\5pA*}/ Our Silk Stock is justly famous, not alone for yariety and low prices but especially for the equisite styles and colorings which are always on hand. Just now we are offering several very choice new lines which you will find specially attractive. Wash Taffeta Silks 24 inches wide-Washable fast colors. Soft, glossy finish-Most durable Silk. Comes in Black, White, Reseda Green, Porcelain Blue, Cardinal, Grey and Old Rose. So wide that 3 yards makes a waist. a -yard Japanese Wash Silks in fancy stripes 39c a yd The new figured Silk Flannels for waists - §1.00 a yd Elegant new Foulards for Waists 75c a yd Heavy Black India Silks 75c and 89,c a yd 2i inch Taffeta Silks-Black, White and'all colors 50c a yd .Fancy Waist Silks in the new stripes $1.00 a yd Superb new Persian Silks • §1,50 a yd Send for samples or better still call and see the above * described Silks. E. F. MILLS & CO, Ann Arbor. The Best Blood Purifier. The blood is constantly being purified by tbe lungs, liver and kidneys. Keep these organs in a healthy condition and the bowels regular and you will have no need of a blood purifier. For this purpose there is nothing equal to Chamberlain's Stonjacb, and Liver Tablets, one dose of their, will do you more good than a dollar bottle of the best bipod purifier. Price, Sc*, cents. Samples, fvee at Weinmann & Matthews.1 drug store. Cold Wave Is coming. And you.will want some, thing to keep yoia warm. BLANK! FUR ROBES PLUSH ROBES We havo them, the Finest line we have ever kept at" prices ranging from SI. to S15. Come and see them. A. W. -Lashier Spring 1901. Fashionable Apparel for Men and Boys We are ready, with our complete assortment of Swell Tailor-made Clothing au.t Habard-tshery for Spring. • Everything iu our store is new and fresh and everything is absolutely correct for this season. Our discretion in the selection of fabrics and styles and having'had the choice of The Best from the Most Reliable Maters We are conlideut of pleasing the most hard-to please, but. at the same time, are able to offer the goods at prices that will appeal pleasantly to the most economical. . These gar- , ments are made of serviceablb dressy fabrics, ail tho newest colors and possess in a higu degree the latest inventions of the artist tailor craft. Staebler & Wuerth The Most Stubborn Coughs Resulting from an attack of lagrippe or heavycold, must yield to the wonderful healing' properties of Foley's Honey and Tar, -which strengthens the lungsand makes them sound. Unterkircher's drug store. Griswold House DETROIT. •trirtly § flr-it- \ olaas, 5 modern, > np-*t«-d»te. I Hotel.located "; ia tbe heart of ^ ■ theCity. Rites, $2, $2^0, $3 fer Say. - Caa. •■*■■ ann* * o«im««u •*. Tlie Famous^ Black Hawk Corn Planters -■ and Drills Pay for themselves in one season through increased yield, on account of accuracy of drop. We are "Just three in a Mir or any other drop when wanted, ' , F. D.FORD Agent <NEW FIRM■[>"■ I have on hand a fine line of Carriages and Harness, new and up-to-date in pattern and finish, . . which I will close out at prices that will be satisfactory. * Also have a limited number of fine blankets and robes which I will sell cheap. - Louis Sturm Subscribe for the OBSERVER I-* -**x»* rfe <S'*-*S- — .-). i ii. 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|Title||1901-04-18; 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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