1901-05-02; Saline Observer
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)S£t£zxaEaG£*mGmxz^s ■Jiwifu mi ii-^-uwi^iiw-W-yyit.-i?^'. ■i-j«*-^j-i*^iy**>---»yww»-*»'-W -f A. J. Warren, Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW <30M MICH., THURSDAY MAY 2, 1901. VOL. XXI.-NO 28. ^L33_<3_ WH.Sweet & Son .aiiti Mich. r Cleaning House You are probably doing it right NOW. What new things must yon have this season? We have full stocks of •Carpets, Mattings, Linoleums, Rugs, Rope or Damask Bortieres, Lace Curtains, Muslin Curtains, Table 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-°°» b^ter ones 15- 22, 25, 30, 38 and go cent?*pep yard We have'»■ very Inrao -.took of New Mattings. Lace Curtains as low us 7oo per pstr awl np to $10,80, .any print) between,. New Muslin Curtains 49c to $1.39 per pair. Whatc-VBr y«wip ne«*d*« »ro in hnnw furnisliinsj goods, wo would like v jmi In conn** h*re and look. If we cannot suit you in every partii-uiar, w-wrtainly «*<'iit expect yon tn buy, Davis & Kishlar Ypsilanti Mich Milan Locals Nine received the ordinance of baptism at the Baptist church Sunday evening, Bev. Mr. Doghistan administering it. The ceremony was impressive and th.e church was crowded. Thirty two were baptized at the M. E. church Sunday morning by Rev. Mr. Field. The church was crowded and tbe.ceremony was very impressive. The New Hotel is growing under the hands of efficient workmen. Prof.C. M. Fuller left for Detroit Wednesday morning on business. E. A. Howe and H. Palmer have opened a bicycle store and repair shop. 64 telephones here. Chas. Schmitt has bad three rooms lighted with the Ann Arbor Gasoline lamps. Miss Wave Blackmer who has been quite ill is able to be out among ber friends once more. Mrs. Gilbert left the first of tbe week with her daughter Dorris for Marshall where her husbuud-L. B. Gilbert is engaged on a paper. They will make Marshall their home for the present. Miss Knights entertained Mr. Arnold and Miss Phelps of Ypsilanti Sunday. IVSKrei Sfo Leg. P, A. Danforth, of LaGrange, Ga., suffered for .six months with a frightful running sore on bis leg; but-writes that Bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five days. For Ulcers, Wounds, Piles, it's the best salve in the world. Cure guaranteed. Only 25c. Sold by Weinmann & Matthews. By the Osborne * The Best and most durable. Nerves Neecf Ftiel Tor feed-the vital fires or they lose the power to regulate and control the body. Unnatural stimulants won't do. Like an air blast on dying embers they cause a sudden flash of heat~then all is dead. Give* the nerves plenty of fuel, and the worry and fretting, the headaches, the nervousness, loss of sleep, deranged digestion, neuralgia, rheumatism and heart troubles, that burn up the brain substance and destroy the nerve-force, will disappear forever. Don't wait till the fires are burned out. Qegin now. "J was so nervous and restless tbat I could get; little sleep, a*^§ tbe headaches were something dreadful, , JPalna would' start in the temples and travel'dqwo t*ia - phords at the back of my tum's to chest and arms. Doc- tonrgave no relief; but Dr. Miles' Her vine cured me." Mes. A. |X. WtEMAiJ, German Valley, Ills. " Bt* Miles' Nervine creates a good appetite, stimulates digestion, quiets nervous Irritation, gives refreshing -sleep and sends plenty of fresh blood to tbe furnaces of the brain and nerves. TheCureftatCurM Coughs* ■ Golds, Grippe, Whooping Cough, Asthma' Bronchitis and Incipient . Consumption la Bold ay d-r&tfists «» guarantee. Da. Milxs Medical G**-., "Elkhart, Ind Council Proceedings Special Session of tbe Common Council held in Council Chamber, April 27,1901. Notice.given in due form. President Burkhart in chair. Trustees present Messrs.- Schairer, Gates, Jerry and Bassett. Absent McKinnon and Henne. . Liquor Bond Of John Schafer as Principal with Sureties presented. On motion was accepted. Liq uor Bond of Fred Staib and C. J,- Stegmiller as Principal with Sureties presented. On motion was accepted. Liquor Bond of Wm. F. Nissle as principal with Sbr.efcies presented. Op rootion was acceptejl. Liquor Bond of Geo. Dcglker as Principal with Sureties presented. * On motion was accepted. Druggist Bond of Weinmann & Matthews with Sureties presented. On motion was accepted. " Druggist Bond of Chas. F. Unterkircher with Sureties presented. On motion was accepted. On motion Council adjourned. Geo. R. Lutz", Chas. Burkhart, Clerk. ' President. If people only knew what we know about Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, it would be used in nearly every household, as there are few people who do not suffer from a feeling of fullness after eating*, belching, flatulence, sour stomach or waterbrash, caused by indigestion or dyspepsia. A preparation such as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, which with no aid from the stomach, will digest your food, certainly can't help but do you. good. Unierkircher'sdrugstoie. . ■- Open Letter. Mrs, Nina Hill, Pres. of the W. C. T. IL of Saline. My Dear Madam: This is to thank you and the other ladies of your society for the hours enjoyment while attending your meeting last Thursday. Punctuality and promptness were plainly noticeable. The opening "exercises, singing, reading the scripture and prayer was interesting and quite affecting. The reading of the last annual report by Mrs. Kilby, the secretary was audible, distinct in utterance and so perfect in every way it might be called a model*' Teport. While the President of a deliberation body may be the head, yet ho is often a "figure head", while the secretary is at all times an invaluable officer.. I was very much pleased in listening to the reading of the reports on various subjects, principally on Religion, Morals and Temperance, by Mrs. Moore, Mrs. De- Puy, Mrs. Wheeler, Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. Schaffer and Miss Minnie Warner. But the very prompt and independent manner of disposing of the question of the "Right and Wrong," of the acts of Mrs. Carrie Nation by an unanimous negative vote was truly inspiring and hopeful; there being at the same time a convention of forty two societies of the W. C. T. U. at Oxford where a Carrie Nation hatchet was almost idolized by being placed in a prominent position among the beautiful decorations in their public hall. Such foolish and fanatical actions always tend to injure, If not actually kill a good cause. Now! While I so much enjoyed your proceedings and as a temperance man during nearly three quarters of the last century, I highly approve of the great object to he accomplished by the society of tlio W. C, T. U. I must confess my disappointment in not obtaining more evidence of work being done (or the prevention of intemperance and the reformation of tbe inebriate. May I not, ask in all sincerity; Is there anything being done, or has there anything been done during the past few years by the W. C. T. D. that has at all pushed back the great tidal wave of intemperance which has been rushing over our fair land with all its evils'' Is.it not true that the W. C. T. TJ. is engaged at this very time in raising by donation a large fund to be used for tiui bene^t'Siof an army of so called'^'liSngers on", political aspirants*, rtlritious fanatics aud by many for their own personal gains and for worldly honors, almost entirely overlooking the great curse of intemperance, the professed object of the organization'' Is not the W. C. T. TJ. being "nrawn into the gr<3i»!/ vortex, the whirlpool cf polities'" This is the cause of 'more drunkenness at the present time than any other cause. I am compelled to think tbat the many-foolish acts of this organization which I would like to mention were i\. proper in this Open Letter, have been, the cause of tivv great amoupt of drunkenness that we all see at the present time.. S. "I recall -now with horror," says Mail Carrier Burnett Mann, of Le- vanqa, O,, "my three years of suffer, ing from Kidney trouble. I was hard* ly ever free from dull aches or acute pains in my back. To stoop or lift mail sacks made me groan. I felt tired, worn out, about ready to give up, when I began to use Electric Bitters, but six bottles completely cured me and made me feel like a new man." "They're unrivaled to regulate Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed by Weinmann & Matthews. Only 50 cents. E. F. MILLS & GO, Ana Arbor, Summer needs multiply as the warm days urge us" to cast aside winter wear for more comfortable attire. Far little money, yet with perfect satisfaction, we. supply these needs. What you buy of us you can rely on as being the .best to be had for the price. That's why people recommend us to their friends. Suits Special Sale this week of 00 Sample Costumes at 1-3 off. These goods run from $6.00 to $25.00 per suit and are the very pick of the latest Spring Styles. At the discount offered they, are the best values that will be offered this season. Skirts We have everything in Skirts from $3.98 to $10.00 and styles that are exclusive and individual in every sense. If you have never bought a ready-made Skirt you have no idea how stylish and well made these garments are. May we not ask your early inspection? Wash Taffeta Silks The bane of Taffeta Silk has been its lack of wear. No silk has ever been so popular and yet so denounced for poor wear as the Taffeta. This fault has at last been overcome, and this week, fresh from the maker, we show a new Taffeta—A WASH TAFFETA. Not a washable article in name but in fact. Washes without loss of color, brilliancy or luster—in fact just what you've been looking for. Soft, durable, 2*1 inches wide (3 yards making a waist) and to be had in Black, White, Cardinal. Old Rose, Grey, Light Blue and Reseda Green. $1.00 ayd. Mr. F. D, Arnold, Arnold, la., writes: He was troubled, with kidney disease about three years. Had to - get" .-up seyeral times diiring the night hut three bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure effected a complete cure, he feels better than he ever did and recommends it to h's friends, Unterkircher's drug store. - By Its Record of-feniwkaWe cures .Hood's Saraapaj-jlla *ia,s. hooomo the one true blqqd "pprigei-pfoinlnently in the public eye. feet paly Hood's." ' Ho$"jP? PiH-fare the best family ?athartip. aiu' liver medicine. 2">c. Spring 1901. Fashionable Apparel for Men and Boys We are ready with our complete assortment of Swell Tailor-made Clothing and Habirdashery for Spring. Everything in 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 Tbe Best from tbe Host Reliable Makers We are confident 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 garments are made of serviceable dressy fabrics, all the., newest colors and possess in a high degree the latest inventions5 of the artist tailor craft. Staebler & Wuerth - Hat m Blral. Washington Times: The solemn air ef judicial gravity and dignity of the Supreme court Is sometimes disturbed by *a flash of humor. On one occasion there was an argument going on and the" attorneys were using a m»p to illustrate the case.- One attorney. In the coarse of hi3;presentation of the case, pointed to the map in question .ana was proceeding to dilute upon 'the same, -when Justice Gray asked him what the map was; '""""Thf, your hon- o?. It* is "uit^a "Mrd-fl <nre view- of the Ind. in, controversy," answered] the counselor." *^eH;'Vs»M.Jrnstlc»;Gray. *I -wish you vreuid toing the -map a little nearer; * I-hivek't got a bird"! •ye," Mr, W»J. Baxter of North Brook, N. C. says he suffered with piles /or fifteen years. He tried many remedies with no results until he used DeWitt's Witch Hazel _Salve and that quiiskly cured him. "Untericircher's drugstore.. l*Ms%^ -«^-^s the cough. The Famous, B^cki Rmk Corn Bla-nt^rs and Drills Pay for themselves in one season through increased yield, on account of accuracy of drop. We are "Just three in a hill-' or any other drop when wanted. F.D.F0RD Agent. ? 1 ■ < NEW FIRM'fc I have on band a fine line of Carnages pnd Harness, new.and up-to-date in pattern aud 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 Storm Subscribe for the OBSERVER •*v.
|Title||1901-05-02; 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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