1901-11-07; Saline Observer
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%¥■$?! r !S5SSmbiiij"tIi ^h-^!^^rrv^i^ifsmisr^tsseieissvui, it -v- 5'"i" 4 A. J. Warren, Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY NOVEMBER 7, 1901. VOL. XXII.- NO .8. Mew B ack Goods. New Colored Suitings. ltfew Cloth for Walking Skirts. New French Flannel plain, stripe and Dresden patterns. AU these \ye make to order if you wish. In Our RIFLE SHOOTfflG AT LONG R4HGE. Are the new styles in Ladies' ■ " and Children's Coats. A large line of Ladies' Street Hats in our ■* . Also the very latest in trimmed Goods. W..H. Sweet & Son International Contests from to 1877 Inclusive. 1874 Closing Scenes at Creedmore of the Great Contest of 1877. Extracts from the New York City Daily Press. The exciting race Shamrock it and just the Ypsilanti Mich. Oixx- Beg-alar CLOAK Needs no Special Advertising. Almost every customer who sees our line is an -advertisement for ns. She takes a cloak with her. But we have twenty three jackets that need some advertising. We bought them' last season, they are one year old. The cloth is right, tho colors are right, and . they are splendid htting garments, the only thing wrong about them is that they are a little shorter than this year's garments. Thoy are marked from $6.50 to $10.00 each. They are all on one rack, and they are all one price. $4.95 for yonr ohoioe. Davis & Kishlar Ypsilanti Mich ANY HEAD NOISES? ALL CASES OF DEAF8UESS OR HARD HEARING ARE NOW CURABLE by our new invention. Only those born deaf are incurable. HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY. ' F. A. WERN1AN, OF BALTINiORE, SAYS: Baltimore. Md.. March 30, 1901. Gentlemen.- — Beirnr entirely cured of deaf ness.. thanks to your treatment, I will now giveyou a full historv of mv case, to be used at vour discretion. s . ..,».. About %e yearsago iny right car* began to sing, and this kept on gett.ng worse, until I lost **"**" J'und"™enV^ ber of physicians, among others, the most eminent ear specialist ot Ous citj. who told me that *; onlv an operation could=help me. aud even that only temporarily, that the head noises would then cease; but the heat-inn in the affected car would be lost lorever. *"■.,, ,„„, "then sawvonr advertisement accideu allyinaXew York paper, and ordered you-treatment After J had used it onlv a few davs according to your directions, the noiseaceased and f£da'- after five week=. mv hedrin- iu the diseased ear has been entirely restored. Ithank yo** heartily and.beS to remain Very truly ^"^^^ „oS Broadway, Brat!l„ore, Md,. Our treatment does not interfere tvith your usual occupation. * E^»"cea"d YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME:- V'SSf* INTERiaATiO^AL hWk MINIS' §§§ MUM AVE,, CHICAGO, |U* V' fc Foley's Kidney Cure ■ n-aStM kidneys ^d f&Mtter right. An Unfortunate DodueUfm. Sergt. Kelly, oi tho Irish bar, la the early years of the nineteenth century, used to Indulge In a picturesque eloquence, racy of the soil, but unfor- tunately'-""ke would sometimes forget the' line of argument, and would always fall back on the word "therefore," which generally led his mind back to what he had intended saying. Sometimes, however, the effect was al-' most disastrous. One time he had bean P(?njpMn!§&9n,'" ft? •JHF""- assuring them that they were men of extraor- dinary intelligence,.and then branched oft into a statement of his case. With a wave of his hand a smile on his face he proceeded: "This is so clear a case, gentlemen, that I am convinced you felt if so the very moment I stated it. I should pay men of intelligence a poof compliment to dwell on it for a minute, therefore I shall proceed to explain It'to you as minutely as possible."—-Green Bag. ©ASTP'ax.A. Be-trj-fts Sign*-**-*!-) of Til* Kind You Have Always Bought '*:/ Where tlie rtJbllo Acre<". U %WQ eeng"'CSs'*"''n Who declares that the *We**t Pfiint. cadets must behave or "the academy wil- be closed, will hold his ear to the ground, he will hear a rumbling of applause from the American people.—Baltimore Herald. Spreads Like Wildfire. When things are "the best" th y becomu "the best selling.'? Abrahau- Hare, a leading- druggist, of Belleville, O , writes: "Electric Bitters are the nest sellinj** bitters I have handled iii 20 years." You know why'-" Most diseases begin in disorders of stomach, liver, kidney:*, bowels, blqoi* and nerves. Electric EJitteps tones up the stomach, regulates liver, kidneys and bowels, purities the blood, strengthens the nerves, hence cures multitudes tf maladies. It builds up the entire system. Puts newVife a*)d vigor into any weak, sickly rundown man or woman. Price 50 cents. Sold by Weinraaun & Matthews druggists. Commands ]?olur ^Expedition. Emperor William appointed Profes sor Erich Drygalski to command thi German, south polar expedition. The objective point of the expedition is Kerguelen and .thence southward case the south polar land Is discoyeretj j "giea(j 0f' £jncle ^ a scientific station is to be erected and maintained for-at least one year. The expedition must return in the spring of 1904 at the latest. ". * After the last shot had been fired by the British team on the 14th of "September 1877 which closed the great International Rifle contest betwaen Great Britain and America, and while it was generally known that the American team was ahead by nearly 300 points, Judge Stanton, President of the American Bifie Association, with a clear" stentorian voice, proposed three cheers for Sir Henry Halford aud .the British team, which were given with a hearty will and with great enthusiasm, while the band struck up, "God Save the Queen!" At.lbe close of the-playing, Sir Henry stepped forward and said, "We are defeated but its no disgrace to us, for we have beaten your own former best record. No such shooting' as we have seen in this contest was ever, known before. I congratulate you upon the team you have brought into the field. To say I do not regret the defeat would not be true. I do regret it and bitterly too. We may try to win this trophy another year." These remarks were followed by great cheering and shouts of applause, the band playing, "Wearing of the Green." The members of the team and tbeir friends then made their way to the Piesident't tent where were assembled a number of ladies. The President addressed the two Captains," as follows: "Sir Henry Halford and General Da- Kin, Captains of the British and American teams, respectively. I congratulate you upon the termination of this international contest; a contest unprecedented in the world's history. Prom the first I have endeavored to have it conducted in such a manner that at its close each party would feel that fair play had been given him. I have been assured by both lhat such has been the case. Now! ■ as we are so soon to part I thank them in behalf of America for meeting us here and hope the strong friendship that bas sprung up during these contests between us as individuals, marksmen, aud I may say nations, will increase till it welcomes in the Millennial Morn." These remarks were received with hearty applause and Sir Henry stepped .forward and said: "I can endorse every word said by President Stanton concerning the treatment we have received, and I can add that although beaten we go home thoroughly satisfied- with the treatment received while in America; aud will be only too happy to return the same when an* opportunity offers." Handshakings and Good Byes followed. Only twenty-five numbers have been checked on the Cycle of time, since these international contests took place; and judging from the-history of those two nations before and since, we can but see the great change that has taken place. We wont go back farther than to our own fratricidal war, when the questions upon the white lips of all Americans were, "Is she for or against us'i*" "Will she sustain M^asou and Slidell'"" "Will sh? uphold the piratical acts of tUe steamer Alabama. In a word, ''Will she recognize Jeff Davis and the Southern Confederacy j"' Such weije the interrogatives expressed by all Americans towards the British nation at that time. What a change! I repeat it. What a change!! Now the acts and language towards each other indicate feelings of the strongest at-, tachment and good feelingb. The "Entente Cordiale" may be considered the greatest, value resulting from these international cut'tests. It is true that Great Brjiaip, Ireland and America ha^fi become, as it were, one great family qf nuiiona. The death of f""iueen Victoria was heartily mourned by all of our citizens, and the death of out; lamented President MeKinley caused a time of universal madness throughout the British Empire and other nations of Europe; \ even the "Ottomen" had their flag at half mast, such a thing having neve** been done before. We may say the transactions in Wall Street affeeis the maikets of the whole world, but this, great change is not confined to finance and otislci'SSV it is also seen in social life. National intermarriiigts an- getting to be quit? common and a nut her thing is noti(*B* able; no cbapeau of Paris nor of any In., gthpf nqtiop cun be foui.d to fit the am It has now so Number in had between Columbia. Prom the time fifty years ago When the old America won the Irish Cup till the late contest between the Shamrock and the Columbia, our-yachtmen have held the cup against all attempt to regain or take it. Sir Thomas Ianton made no attempt to concoal the honest disappointment in his late defeat. Bf said: "I am very disappointed. I can't deny that Columbia's win to-day was fair and square and honorable. >I am very grieved, indeed. I should like to have won the race." After shaking the hands of each individual of the N. Y. Y. C:, he said: "Gentlemen! it was a fair beat. I want to say again.that you have treated me in the utmost fairness and consistency. You have met every wish of mine and from my heart, Ithank you." The chairman of the Club said: "Sir Thomas! We have never met a truer sportsman to deal with. You have won a high place in the hearts ot all Americans, and where a man wins a heart, he wins more than a cup. There were teats in the Irish Baronet's eyes when he thanked them for the kind words spolc- en, • "They have touched me far more than my defeat. I have done my best to win the cup, but bette*r than all is that I have won the ygood wishes of tbis country." In the year 1885 the "Palma" was given to the American team, it having won it the greatest number of times since 1876. when it was offered as a prize to the team that should win it the greatest number of times during the first ten years. The American team has the honor of neiDg the World's Champion in Long Range Rifle Shooting at this time. These International Rifle Contests seem to have been the forerunner of the "Good Time Coming." Columbia is proclaimed the "Gem of the Ocean'.'; America, "King of Continents" aud the union of the lofty, daring and far sighted American Eagle with the fearless and bold British Lion has formed, I may say, an Automobile Chariot with a motor power almost as noiseless, unseen and strong as that of Nature itself, and being guided by the spirit of the Child of Bethlehem, is bound to travel the world over, spreading its doctrines of "Love to God and Good Will to Man." N. P. S, Astounding Discovery. Prom Coopers ville, Mich., comes word of a wonderful discovery of a pleasant tasting liquid that when used before retiring by any one troubled with a bad cough always ensures a good night's rest. "It will soon cure the cough too," writes Mrs, S. Histel- burger, "for tojree, generations our family ha^e used; D,r. Knag's Nero Discovery tog. Consumption and never found; i(;s eq*i*\\ far- Coughs and Colds." It's an nupiYHlecl life-saver when used for desperate lung diseases. Guaranteed hot ties SOc and $1.00 at Weinmann & Matthews'. Trial bottles free. A. *Burnlngr Coal Mine. The "burning .mountain" of Montet in Aveyron, France, which is ofter mistaken for an active volcano, be cause a pillar of cloud rises from it bj day and a pillar of fire by night, is in reality a coal mine which has beet traming for several years. That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you, if you used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches. They make pure blood and build up your health. Only 25 cents. Money back if not cured. Sold by Weinmann & Matthews Druggists. gists call them; Number i. X.he International Contest in Long Range Ride Shooting. Epitome of Domestic Practice. "Dr. Humphreys' pocket Manual on the treatment and care of the sick ih all ailments mailed 'free; Humphreys' Medicine Co., Cor. William and John Sts. New York. Threatening Letters Hecelved. Mary Shaw, granddaugher of the lata George S. Shaw of "CloQuet, Minn, recently received letters in which the writers threaten to blind her sister, Mrs. G. W. Mullins of Atlantic, Iowa, unless she gives them ''10,000. Bring-- attractiveness to listless, unlovable girls*, making ihejn handsome, marriageable women. That's what Rocky Mountain Tea will do. 3-5c. Wfin man n & Matthews. **■ JJJrUs Which Kise Early. The greenfinch is the earliest! risei among the bird family. It begins tc pipe about 1 o'clock in the morning. The blackcap begins at 2:30. It is nearly 4 o'clock before the blackbird appears. It is heard half an hour before the thrush, and the chirp of tht robbin begins about the same length of time before that of the. wren. The house sparrow and thj** tomtit*, take the last stage qt X^o, list. Never such a season as this. Everybody wants a Cloak, Complete *and unmistakable change; of style makes last year's garments impossible. The new effects are in now for three or four seasons. Buy a CLOAK this year and have it-in style for several years and get the good of it. Our CLOAK ROOM has been a very busy place lately, for in no other store can such values be found. Three lengths are used this Fall—27 inch, .42 inch and 58 inch Coatsr Each length particularly adapted to C3rtain figures and for various uses. 27-incli Goats Castor pr Black Well lined and made ONLY $5-00 27-iQcli Coats Kersey Cloth in pretty Castor Shade ONLY $7.00 27-inch Goats ; ' Washington Mills Kersey Cloth in Black, .Castor, Cardinal, Etc. Special at $10.00 Our Special Leader, Black, Tan or Castor. Elegant Cut Pearl Buttons. Made from Elegant Kersey Cloths in Guaranteed Satin Lining. The best value in the City. 42-incli Goats Raglan Effect, , ONLY $8.50 58-incli Coats Castor, Black "or Oxford Kersey. Satin Lined. ONLY $25.00 58-incli Goats Very Stylish aod Swagger ONLY $I2.50 E.F. MILLS & CO. Ann Arbor. FLAVEFORD * has put in a stock of Brand New Buggies Ad will be pleased to show therh,: whethefeyou wish to buy or not. Also, .""■-- "?..'-' Birdseli Lumber Wagon$. Profit on Coining; Copper. The profit of che government on coming .coppeT is considerable. Cent coins consist of 5 per cent of tin and zinc and 95 per cent of copper. They cost the government about 42 cents a pound, and there are 148 in a pound, "so that the treasury makes just $1.06 on each pound coined. A Physician Testifies. "I have taken Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and have never used anything in my life that did me the good that did," says County Physicians Geo. W. Scroggs of Hall County, Ga. , "Being a physician I have, prescribed- it and found it give the "best results." II the food you eat remains undigested in your stomach it delays there and poisons the system. You can prevent tbis by dieting bat that means starvation. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat. You need suffer from neither dyspepsia nor starvation. The worst cases quickly 'cured. Never- fails. Unterkircher's drug store. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests 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 the foocLyou want. The most sensitive stomachs can takelt. By its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else-failed. It prevents formation of gas on the stomach, i-elieving all distress after eating. Dietingunnecessary. Pleasant to take. It can't help but do you good Prepared only by E.O. DEWiTT&Co.,'Onicaga "EboSl. bottle contains WA timesthgaOc.size. idie to Lose You cannot*afford to disregard the '-warnings pi a weak and- diseased "Tieaft and put off taking the-" prescription of the world's "greatest authority on heart and nervous disorders^— M?ies' Heart Cure. •If your heart palpitates^fiy'-.ters, or you are short of breath, have smothering spells, pain in left side, shoulder or arm, you have heart trouble and are liable to drop dead any moment. Manor J. T**. Woodcock, one of the best known oil operators in ibeaoun- try dropped dead from heiirfc disease recentlv, ar. hishome in Portland, Ind., ■while mowing his lawn.—The Press. Mrs." M. A. Birdsall, Watkins; N. Y., ■whose portrait heads this advertisement, says: "1 write this through gratitude for benefits I received from Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. I had palpitation of the heart, severe pains under the left shoulder, and my general health was miserable. A few bottles of Dr. Mfles'lleart Cure cured me entirely. Sold *fay all Druggists. Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. By Its Record of remarkahle cures Hood's Sarsaparilla has become the one true Wood purifier prominently iu the puhlic eye. Get only Hood's. Hood's Pills are the best family cathartic and liver medicine. 25c. ACEttTS WANTED SUCCESS *We ciorr 70a tlo^oai is SUCCESSai" rOETOHE. J?I& PAT—STEABT WOEK—SEW.PIiiS. .Xon can work &t**iomG or travel. _ Write at oneo for JPREE SAMPiE <T3*1* T.TBBItAT. THESUCCESSCOMRANY.CgoperUnion.NjS'.City The City of Mexico' is now in tha hands of the contractors "Who are putting in the new system of sewers, which precedes the paviiig of the streets with asphalt.
|Title||1901-11-07; 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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