1901-09-12; Saline Observer
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»• r . '•1'MS SAUNTE, WABHTESNAW GO., MIOH., THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 12, 1901. V YOL. XXI.---NQ il. A. J; W^BBEF, Editor, New Black Goods. ]\Tew Colored Suitings. -JSTew Cloth fox» Walking Skirts. New French Flannel • \ plain, stripe and Dresden patterns. All these we make-to order if you wish. > Cloak Department Are the new styles in Ladies' ^ and Children's Goats. * A large line of Ladies' Street Hats in our DVr±li±x3_eD2y Dept. Alsothe. very latest in trirnrned Goods. WH. Sweet & Sou * Ypsilanti •"-•,•'■ -' .... ~ Mich. V:. New For FALL ; Council Proceedings Regular Session of the Common Council held' In Council Chamber, September 9 490*1.. President Burkhart in chair. Trustees present Schairer, McKinnon Bassett, Jerry and Henne. Absent Gates. Minutes of last session read.,and ap proved. Street Commissioner's report, read, accepted and placed on tile. On motion the contract with Peter W. Shute for lighting the streets was read. On motion $35.98 was taken« from Contingent and placed to the credit of Sidewalk Pund. On motion the'report of thp Committee on Street fighting was accepted, adopted and placed on tile. The Finance Committee reported, favorably on the following bills and orders were ordered drawn on Treasurer for same: Clean Ditch Repair Culvert ' Sprinkling Street-Work Telephone Cement Walk Street Work Cem. Work Marshall-» Atty Pees Cement'Walk On motion Council adjourned. Geo. R. Lutz, Cha**. Burkhart, Clerk - ,, President New Outing and Ginghams, Printed Flannelettes "° ih choice designs x 121-2 and I5c a yard All Wool Venetians at 39 and SOc Choice line of BUGS in OrientaLdesigns '*- We will be glad to haye you look. Davis & Kishlar Ypsilanti Mich Dan Minor John W. Gates .Sola .Fitzgerald Jacob Clough Mich. Tel. Co. Otto Jarrandt Chas Carven Jacob Luta Chas. Carven Ohas. Awrey , Matt Rentch Ier 1.S0 2 50 2 00 1.57 .30 13.20 3.75 5 50 5 00 10.00 26 00 - Admiral Dewey's Ancestors. Admfral Dewey's'ancestors lived -In the town of Lebanon, Conn., so well known as the homeof Jonathan Trumbull' ind his gifted son, the painter. A payer was read before the New England Catholic Historical society, in Boston, by Mis"? Ella A. Fanning, city editor of the Norwich, Conn.^ Bulletin, in which the following statement was made: "Josiah Dewey in 1700 bought from Oneco, son of'the-great Mohe- gan chief TJncas, what is yet known as ihe five-mile purchase." B. W. Piirsell, .Eintersville, Pa., says he suffered 25 years with piles 'and could obtain no relief until DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve effected a permanent core. Counterfeits are worthless.- Unterkircher's drug store. Incident Jn IJontclle's life. "" Nathaniel M'Kay, formerly a Boston shipbuilder, but now a hotel- keeper in Washington, says that the late Congressman Bputelle of Maine was deeply in love with Mrs. Hazen before she became Admiral Dewey's wife, and that her refusal to marry him had much to do In bringing on the .mental collapse from which he suffered at the time of his death. End of the Season a ^|>> Dimities from 15c to 20c, now-9c . ' Dimities from 9e to lSJc, now 7c \ " Ginghams from 20c to 25c, now 13e , Light Percales 12Jc Grade, now 7c Colored Shirt Waists S1.00 Grade, now 25c - Umbrellas, Good Grade, now only 25c White Skirts, were SI. to §1.50, now 25e: Handkerchief, Special, value loc, now 9a Good time now to supply your wants . .- ^ "Twon't cut very deep into your pocketbook ; Lo.w Rates, Cleveland and return. -SyptfrnberSth lo 12tb, inclusive, the Lake Shore & Michigan Sou* hern R'y sells tickets to Cleveland and return at o"ne cent per mile each way, account of G. A. R. Encampment. Particulars in another cdumn. Good limit giyen so you can n*ai<e side trips to other points. Photosrajililnc Closed p»ges. Libpary ruJeV grdiparlljF "bAW the removal of valuable* hooks and engravings from the premises, so that there is trouble in obtaining photographic copies of pictures or plates, the introduction of artificial light, or even of a camera being commonly prohibited. A method of getting over this difficulty, which has been tried recently with success, is to coat a piece of cardboard with a phosphorescent substance, and, after sufficient exposure to the sun, place it at the back of the picture to be reproduced. Then (supposing that the picture is in a hook) a dry plate **3.put against the face of it, and the volume is closed. This can be managed very easily hy manipulating the dry plate under a cloth that covers the book. The dry plate is allowed tg remain ffoip eighteen to sixty minutes, according to the nature and thickness of the paper. Then .it is withdrawn, under the cloth as before, and put into a dark box for subsequent development. It is stated by the inventor of . this process'that, if films are used instead of dry plates, a large number of "*-' copies' of different engravings in the same book may be'made at the same time.—Saturday Evening Post. A Night Of Terror. "Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the orave General Burnharo of Machais, Me., >yhpji the doctors said she srould die from Pneumonia before morning" writes "vlrs. S. H. Lincoln, who attended hef that fearful night, "but she begged for Dr. King's New Discovery, which had more than once saved her life, and curei her of.Consumption, After taking, she slept, all night. Fui'tlirr use i-ntlrely cu**ed her." . This marvpll-ius medicine is* guaranteed to cure;all Throat, Chest aud Lung Diseases. - Only 50o and SI 00. Trial bottles free at Weinmann & Ma'tthews' drug store. TforMng Nigljt Ana Da**-:. . The busiest, and mightiest little thing ~that ever was made is Dr. King's New Life Pills. These pills change weak- iipss into strength, listlessness into en- Jg ergy, brain-fag into mental power. . They're wonderful in building up the * health. Only 2oe per box. Sold by Wfinmann & Matthews. '* "Two Privileges Summer Travel." This is titli* of a* little book-giving information about stop-over at Niagara Falls and also a trip, i-n the Hudson River, two privileges accorded passengers with tickets to tlie east" over the ,;Lake Sh*ore & Michigan Southern Ry. Sent free-by writing-to A. J. Smith, G: P. & T" A., Cleveland, Ohio. BAMWEft g=ALYf: .ShemostheaU-ftrsalyaln'hewori'-'L Fish ICO Tenr. OUL ' There are some go.dfish in Washington which have belonged to the same family for the last fifty years,, and they seem no bigger and no less vivac-Ious today than they did when they first came into the owner's possession. A few,'of the fish in^the Royal Aquarium at St. Petersburg are known to be 150 years'jold* and the age of the sacred fish in some of the PQftds attached to the Buddhist *fsmpi**§ i« China is to "ie counted by eenturies, if we are to believe the priests. Strawborry Vinegar. Put two quarts of strawberries- into a stone jar and pour over them one quart of good cider vinegar. Cover and stand aside for two days, then drain off the liquid without mashing the berries, pour it over a quart of fresh fruit, and stand as before. Do this once more, the last time straining through a muslin hag. Now add one pound of sugar to e'very pint of this liquid. Boil slowly five minutes, skim, let stand - fifteen minutes, bqttle arid seal, Mooreville, Mrs. Maud Nfontonye who has been very sick is improving slowly. Miss Kate Clark started , Tuesday morning for Bay City where she will attend high school. Mr§, Moon upon receiving a telegram thkt Ira was very low started Monday night to see him accompanied by her daughter Mrs. Herbert Brownell. Anna Brqwqeil now rides in a new buggy, Miss Donna McLachlan returned from her eastern visit Sunday morning. :-°. * .*■ Randolph Hazen of Azalia, visited his cousin Earl Shaw IJriday and Saturday. m i-m- '-* Milan- Locals Mrs. Knight j§ the guest of Prof, aud Mrs. "Throes Clark at Frankfort. John Toylor left for his hothe in Bay City Mominy alter attending his sister Mrs. Webster's funeral here Friday. -.Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Reynolds left Monday alternoon fgr their home in Detroit. . ' Miss Annie Delttfoi-e*. left the last of the week to take up he.r school duties in Detroit. Mrs. Laura Alderman hasuecided to settle here for the prescut. Died, ThurrdHy September 5, Hou.- L C 'Allen, aged 86 jears. Deceased leaves a large.family of children and a very large uircleof friends who mourn his loss. The funeral services were held at the old home on West Main street Saturday afternoon. Rev. Daa- skin officiating. _ Tlie interment took place iu the Marble Park Cemetery. Miss Knight returned Wednesday so as to be ready for her gp.l-op.' ffuUes next Monday. Mrs. L. Cjii,rH tlh'Vi'v-tt are in Toledo this wee'l? purchasing Fall millinery. W. A. Bailey is away on au outing tour. Mrs. Homer Sill was 61t;cted for the third year as Worthy Ma'tron of the O E. S. It is needless to say that she seems a great'f&Yjrile of the order. Mascacnl Wears Bracelets. Mascagni. is one of the men* who wears bracelets, and they are not confined to his arms, but ornament his ankles, as well. The creator of "Cav- alleria Rusticana" is said to he passionately fond of jewelry and numbers many splendid and valuable rings given to him as well as bought by his own money, among his personal effects. E.F; MILLS &CQ '.'; ■■ " Ann Avbnifr. • 5 "Book of The Pan-American." . The Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Ry. has issued an interesting and useful book of the Exposition,, with maps of Buffalo, the grounds, Niagara Falls and vicinity, descriptive matter, etc. Sent free by writing =to A. J. Smith, G. P. & T. A., Cleveland, Ohio. Grounds for Divorce. She threw a flatiron at him and broke a window three feet to his right. "Spaniard," he cried derisively. When she sued him for divorce he tried .to argue that the epithet was justified, but in.vie'w of the fact that she came within three feet of her target the jury held it was not.—Chicago Post". Many-physicians are now prescribing Kodol dyspepsia Cure regularly having found that it is the best prescription they can write because it. is the one preparation that contains the elements neeessary to digest not only some kinds of food but all kinds and it therefore cures indigestion and dyspepsia no matter what its cause. Unterkircher's drug store. '" . FLAVEFORD . has put in a stock of . Brand New Buggies Ad will b-* pie ased to show them whether you 'wish to buy or not. . Also, Birdseli Lumber Wagons. SalTatloa Army's Bis Collectto-u, Amid all- the demands of the public purse the Salvation Army has vsuc- ceeded in making a remarkable collection as a result of its self-denial week. • Last year the "week" produced £42,845; this year it has raised £47,- 181. Scotland increased its subscription by- £165; Ireland by £238, while the London slums collected £765, as compared with £645 a year jigo". Epitome of Domestic Practice. Dr. Humphreys' pocket Manual on. the treatment and care of the sick in all ailments mailed free; Humphreys' Medicine Co., Cor. Wiiliam and John Sts. New York. » Parley .Production. J _ Of the 2,080,000,000 bushels of barley produced by the civilized po\*n.5 tries of the world Russia prQ-JUcgs Tjy far the largest amount ^**q*;i fe eiv. der comes Austria, whieh. if fallowed by German*?, ""the United iktea, Bng- Sid Darling, 1012 Howard st, Port Huron, Mich , writes: "I have tried many pills and laxatives but DeWitt's Little Early Risers are far the best pills 1 have ever used.1' They -'never gripe. "Unterkircfier's drugstore. Don't wait until you become chronically constipitted but take DeWitt's Little' Ea*rly Risers now" and then.* They will keep your liver and bowels in good order. Easy to take. Safe pills. Unterkircher's drug store. OASTOn ?eara tho j* The Kind You Ham Always Bougfj Slgnatirre Studying: Our Commercial Methods.. Loo Chin An, a high Chinese official and a commissioner of commerce, arrived in. San Francisco recently, sent by his government to . examine the" commercial methods and , history of this country. Hired TwoIto Extra Firemen. Three passengers who left New Tork on the steamship St. Paul recently poid for twelve extra firemen fa} order to keep a dinner engagement ir\ London the next Wednesday eveii'ng. Th* Oldest Llfehqat, South Shields, England, Is said to possess the oldest lifeboat in existence. It has been,, in use since 1830, and by means of it 1,028 persons have been rescued. Mlllinrism vs. the Mosquito. Surgeon General Steinberg has formally notified his subordinates that hereafter the existence of malaria at any army post will prove that his previous orders for the destruction of mosquitoes haVe been disobeyed. New Jersey ought to be* put under martial ■law..—New York Judge. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat." Harbor for ITa-ral Defdnae. The naval board having charge of the location of a naval station on. Pearl tHarbor, Hawaii, recently completed' its work. . The board adheres to the view that Pearl is the only harbor"" in the Hawaiian group capable of complete naval defense. It is only five miles' from Honolulu. "Much of the surrounding land has been occupied for commercial purposes. To Remove Faint Spo*a. * Fresh--paint can easily be removed by rubbing the spots with turpentine. If the paint has dried on, rub with a mixture ef equal parts of turpentine and puro alcohol, and clean with ban- Rine, A man sometimes loses his head, but a woman seldom loses her tongue.-- Oplnlons of Experts. The one class of men who are most warmly interested in the welfare and efficiency of the army is also* the one class of expert witnesses upon the working of devices intended to pro^ mote those qualities. That class is, of course, the officers of the army.- They have reported, with "virtual- unanimity that the canteen of lhe post exchange was the most effective device for promoting the welfare and contentment, and particularly the sobriety of the enlisted men. As zealous officers and public, servants they must have seen with pain and indignation how *the American congress set aside their expert testimony in deference 'to the ignorant squawking of a lot of male apd female . fanatics who had no claim whatever to give testimony in the matter. The testimony of the army upon,the Workings of the canteen we have had. Its testimony upon the results of abolishing the canteen we are beginning to get. It is enough already to make every man and every -jfomaii who is accessible to reason .and not blinded by fanaticism resolve to keep silent upon such a .matter, even from good words, and to leave the question to those who are judges of it. That the members of the W. C. T. TJ. and the 'National Temperance society,* in the language of Col. Mills, "suppose themselves to be.actuated by the highest motives," is no excuse for them. They may he well meaners., but they are very often evil-doers. The old saying that "Hell Is paved with good intentions" is particularly applicable to them. They have been* promoting to "the utmost of their power drunkenness in the-United States army, with all the "manifold evils .that follow in. the train of drunkenness.—New York Times. Digest's what you eat. This preparation contains*all of the digestants' and digests all kinds of food. It gives instant relief and never fails to cure. It allows you to eat all tlie foodyouwant. Themost sensitive stomachs can*, take it. By itsnse many thousands of dyspeptics have heen cured after eterything.else failed. It prevents formation of gas on the stomach, relieving all distress after eating. "Dieting unnecessary. Pleasant to take. It can't heSp but do you good Prepared oidy by E.O.Dewitt&Co., Chicago. The $1. bottle contains 3}< times the 50c. size. Geo. W. Lane", Pewama, Mich.,' writes: "Your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the best remedy for indigestion and stomach trouble that I ever used. For yeaifS 1 suffered from dyspepsia, at times compelling me to stay in bed "and causing me untold agony I am completely cured by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. In recommending it to friends who suffer from indigestion I always offer lo pay for it if it fails. Thus far I have never paid." Unterkircher's drug store. , DAILY EXCURSIONS .„ DETROIT TO THE FAMOUS THINK about your health.- Do not allow scrofula taints to develop in- your- blood. Take Hood's Sarsapa- rill*vno*iy and keep yourself WELL< List of Hotels and Boarding Places ■> in Buffalo." For use of persons^ going to the Exposition the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Ry. has compiled a list of hotels and private homes in Buffalo offering first class fvecommodations to Exposition visitors*. 'Copy will.be sent free by writing t» A. J. Smith, G. P. & T. A., Cleveland,, to. Clair Ms asSimooPark ori Huron = Fisie or las'nmoo and Return, 50c: Port Huron and Roturn, Week Days, S1.0C; Sundays, 75c. Round Trip Tickets good going by Boat and re. turning by the Electric Ry. sold at reduced.rates and Return, every Sunday Morning, 50c. Steamers leave Detroit for Elats, Tasit- iioo, Port Hcrost and. "Way Ports Daily, 8.30 2. m. and 2.30 p. m. StandardTime;additional Steamer for Plats and St. Clair "Week .Days at 3.3op.m.,returningarrive8.i5a.m., 11.00a.m. - and S.00 p. in. Steamers for Toledo, Daily; leave Week Days 4.30 p. m., Sundays, 9 a. m. Sf»co C'llswold Street Wfiait By lis Record of rerrlarkalile cures Hood's Sarsaparilla has become the one true blood purifier xiromiuently ill the public eye. Get only Hood's. Hood's Pills arc the best family cathartic and liver" medicine. 25c. Kodoi Byspepisia 6ur@ Digests what you eat. -,^*eu*£j.. -i'j-i. ."■Ti«iM*liiMfcii'''.",>: ..li- "S .
|Title||1901-09-12; 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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