1901-12-12; Saline Observer
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V^^^^^^^t^rWttkW^fT" h. A. J. Warren, Editor; Ji"--. SALINE: WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY DECEMBER. 12, 1901. VOL. XXII.- NO 8. Ii-- E 1 Are Your Eyes 1^ _J.Dr. M. F. Stein the famous Eye Specialist t * i' ' ^ WJll ouve you. Many people become all but totally blind and^at Ml early age, simply because they pay qo attention to tbeir eyes. They notice IV dimness and soreness after reading a while and when a miserable headache comes to them they ascribe it to any cause but the right one and take a pill. The 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 saving of your eyesight. Dr. Stein is reliable, you do not see him once'and then look for him ■*"*""' agaita in vain. He is going to make special visits to your town Come and see him khd-have your eyes scientifically tested free of charge, that you may have comfort when you read and write. He will be at tbe Harmon House; Thursday t, and Friday, Dec. 19 and 20. cones but'once a year. Buy a Good and Useful Present. A Good Place to find it. is at * - DRESS GOODS,- CLOAKS, FURS, KID GLOVES, HANDKERCHIEFS, ir FLAlfNEL and SILK WAISTS, .* I^RESSIlfG SACQUES, ' SKIRTS, etc. jsjiq-nt". -- - - Mich. Your fare paid oil purchase gf §}5;qq W°-F|h or over. ^j~ That is the question of these days. Here is a list of articles, which may help you answer it. These and hundreds- of other fancy articles you will find at our store, and we cordially invite yon to call. T~b_e Xj^s-fc Ladies1, Mens" and Childrens Handkerchiefs, Kid Gloves, Golf Gloves, Kid Mittens, Pillow-tops all new designs, Uncovered'pillows, Pin cushions all shapes and sizes, * Japanese Terra Cotta novelties, Match Safes, Vases and Jardineres, Japanese baskets, Genuine Mexican! Hand Carved ! eatber work. Purses, Belts, Stamp books. Chatelaine bags, Music Rolls and Tobacco pouches, Mexican drawnwork—prices from 25c to S8.75, Pillow cords, Neckwear the latest and prettiest 25, 50 and ?5 cents. h> Side Combs Ladies wool tights '. Munising Union suits best Jn the world SI., Sl.50 and 2.25 Umbrellas Mirrors r*ib.le Linen > Photo Frames Napkins Silver Novelties Fine Towels Blankets BackCombs Comfortables This is only a partial list, will give you lots of suggestions if you will- call and see us. Until Christmas we offer .good Outing. flannel white and colored at 5c yd. 10c and 12"-c flannels at 8^e, 8e flannels at 7 cents. '*. One ease of dark Prints at 3 cents yard, *10 doz. wash cloths the 8c -.v ones at 5 cents each, Machine oil large bottles-at 7c. . Davis &. Kishlar ' * • Ypsilanti Mich - ' SCHOOL COLUMN The i-iai-tliii-f '*i.-e..>ve*i'y has just be n made that there is "only ono" student in the geOmt-try class who is fully acquainted with the subject, with the exception of just one definition. The pre.-ident's messagfa is being studied in the eighth grade to a "rood, advantage. The botany class was asked how, miny of them had ev.er tasted appl?s seeds. VII- hands were raised. Tbey were then" -tsked how. many had tasted d-iteseeds, but only one hit-.id was raised this time. For particulars see the pupil. The entertainment was very much enjoyed Monday night. A literary society was organized in the high school Friday, with oflicei's .as follows: President, Carl Josenhans; vice-president. Rose Sanford; secretary, Walter Nissly; executive commit- -| tee,—chairman,-Mr. Tooze; other members are, Z >a Nichols and Edna Wood. Music committee: chairman. Miss Brooks; other members, Earla L'ane, Bessie Qaryen- The meetings are to be held the first and third Fridav of the rpantb, The rhetoric class are now busily engaged in writing compositions. One of the sophomore glrlB will invariably start for the botany class the hour before that subject is scheduled. She must be exceedingly fond of botany. Mr. Tooze has been reading to the , hx-xh school the president's first message to Congress. During his reading he has made some very interesting remarks that have clearly explained some of the points unfamiliar to us. Miss Manly thinks a' few in the geometry Class ought to review some places in algebra. Pupils of tbe high school, do not forget to bring your excuses after being absent, or you will have the pleasure of walking home through the snow to get them. Railroad Jack gave a few minutes', talk to all the rooms Tuesday. The general history class was suddenly aroused from their meditations on the First Punic Wiir, Monday, by the ringing of the alarm clock. The second, year German class have become so genei ous that they can "decline gold." The chemistry class have been doing some fine work in nitrate. The makiug and distilling of nitric acid formed some interesting experiments. , All of tbe ninth and* tenth grade boys are practicing sleight-of hand. Why the Snow is not Black or Red. Why is the snow while is a qui-t-tion frequently asked Bi'c;iuse bhu'k snow would be dangerous, to would red or yellow. These are "warming-up colors," and they change iho sun's rays to heat. Such snow would soon melt away and prove a very poor protection. But white snow tbrows back the sunlight in just the forn^ in y'bU'h it re- ceiyes itf, s*.n$ <^hu§ t*j*i ^ftw pan be long on th**- gip,t(nd. Throw dirt on the snovy," aud its da**k color quickly makes it eat its way in whenever the sun shines on jt. After a "snowstorm, once let tbe horses' feet mingle the dirt "of the road with the., snow und sleighing will soon be over.—Professor S. 0. Schmucker, in the December Ladiis'Home Journal. Saved His Life. "I wish to say that I feel I owe my lifeito Kodol Dyspepsia Cure,1' writes H. C. Chrestenson of Hayfield, Minn. "For three years 1 was troubled with dyspepsia so that I could hold nothing on my stomach. Many times I would be unable to retain .a morsel of food. Finally I was confined to my bed. .Doctors said I could not live. I read one of your, advertisements on Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and thought it fit my case and commenced its use. I began to improve from the first bpltle. How I am cured and recommend it to all." Digests your food. Cures all stomach troubles. TJnterklrober's drug store. '. *Papor Floor*. j An Innovation in .the construction oi floors .was invented by one Otto Kra, ner of Chemnitz, in lf"96. It was a* special preparation of, paper pulp! which was,to be mixed 'with -water When this mixture *was spread on 4 '■ foundation of stone, cement or wood, it dried in a short time, after which it was planed and polished down to a smooth surface. . The wearing qualt ties of a floor of this description. ar« said to be remarkable. Some of th<L chief advantages claimed for papyrolitl; were the fact that it was solid anil .the floor without a crevice;' that itjwas a non-conductor of heat, and possessed a tendency to deaden noise. It wai also said to be almost fireproof. Pa- pyrolith never gained' a foothold it the United States,-—American Carpei and Upholstering Journal. Call at the NewDrugjStore When in want of anything in tbe line of Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles, Stationery and School STTIPIFIl-IIKIS Try the 'Wright' Fountain Pen The Best made. It writes right, and we.have the finest stock in town. Dr. I. L Urd Specialties: Diseases of Women and Children Office at the If Ml STORE' Bell Phone No. 40- Sailine - JYIich. GOING OUT OF Fortunes in Backrrard Countries. In .this industrial era of swift communication many .of the greatest fortunes in the world have been made In ither and evea backward countries. Mr. Rij-ab-srley of South Africa is often PHt d.qvfn as the richest man on earth, with a fortune estimated at 55OO,0OQ,- 300, and it is generally asserted that LI Hung Chang's fortune is nearly as large. J. H. Robinson, another Sftut-h African millionaire, is. thought tQ bo worth $400,000,000'. • Chili, Guatemala ind jf exico each has at- least one man whga*^ fortune is'as great as 550,,QQQ;- *'l)(V^WQrld'-3 Worki 4a &"**"*ngelist's Story. ' 'I suffered for years with a bronchial or lung trouble and tried various remedies but did not obtain permanent re lief until I commenced using One Minute Cough Cure,*' writes Rev. James Kirkman, evangelist of Belle River, III. "I have no hesitation in recommending it to all sufferers from maladies of this kind." One Minute Cough Cure affords immediate relief for coughs^ colds and all kinds of*j throat and lung troubles. For croup it is unequalled. Absolutely safe. Very pleasant to take, never falls and is really, a favorite with the children. They like it. Unterkircher's drug store. C. W. Lynch, Winchester," Indiana, writes: "I owe the life of my boy to Foley's Honey and Tar- Se had membranous croup, and the first dose gave him relief. We continued its use and it soon brought him out of .danger." TJnterkirchei*'3 drugstore, & A^BVO 3E=t SCjS*. ■ tl6M» tie st Tha Kind You Hava'Always Bought Signature of . Information Wasted, The manufacturers of Banner Salve" baying always believed that no doctor or medicine can cure in every case, but never having heard where Banner Salve failed to cure ulcers, sores, tot" ter, eczema, or piles, as a matter *of curiosity *wpuld like;to" know if there are such'cases." If so they will gladly refund , the money. TJnterkircher's drugstore. .' . Fole^Honey and Tar forctilldren,s'ate,sure. No opiates. NjERVESnmfst befecipnpnre, rich "blood.- H'rioa'S Sarsap&i'illa is the best nerve toiric. By enriching tbe blood it makes tlie nerves STRONG* Epitome* of Domestic Practice. Dr. Humphreys? pocket Manual on tbe treatment and care of the sick in all ailments mailed freej Humphreys' Medicine Co., Cor. William and John Sts. New York. . , . , " rood Changed To Poison. Putrefying food in ther,, intestines produces effect's like" those of arsenic, but-Dr. King's New* Life Pills expel the poisons from clogged bowels, gently, easily but surely* curing Constipation, Biliousness, Sicfc* Headache, Fevers, all Liver, Kidney and Bowel troubles. - Only 2oe at Weinmann & Matthews.;*. ■ *- "" Kodol Dyspepsia Gure Digests what you eat. "The mosttlargeIy attended and most satis-- factory Sale Ann Arbor has evei* known." The tremendojis crowds that have thronged our big store the past four dajs are the most eloquent advertisement our "GOI25G OUT OF BUSINESS SALE" could possibly have. Many are buying for six months to a year's needs. Naturally they would not do this unless the inducement was extraordinary. It will pay you to buy, not alone for present, but also for future needs; for when this stock is closed out, it will be many a year until auother such an opportunity occurs. Our last shipment of 44 and 56-1 inch JACKETS have just arrived. : The cream of the season's styles ; and yet all go into the Sale at a! BrG REDUCTION. ' ! Muslin Underwear. Dress Goods Five Hundred Dollars worth of Sample Undermusiins: 'no two pieces alike; just.placed on sale at about ""■ usual prices. Every quality from 19c to 85.98 each. Going fast, but many splendid bargains still to be had in Black and Colors, Silks Blankets and Comforters - The* table of 75e, 89c and §1.00 Fancy Silks at 49c a yard has been a very attractive line and is going fast. • Splendid picking in our big Blanket stock at a saving of a Quarter to a Third. ] Linens--^^^0^ Thrifty housewives are supplying themselves for a year to eonie with our Eeliable Linens. E. F. MILLS & CQ, Ann Arbor. C S. Wortley & Co. Fine Clotheiers and Furnishers' "* V'-psi-i 1 g.-r-i -t-.-i 3yfjIo*bL This cat represents the correct Overcoat to wear on Xmas day. We have just received another lot of these swell coats and are making a special out price on them as They are "Sample-Coats, from the Hart, Sohaffner & Marx Sample line " We are also making a special cut price on Boys' Overcoits and Reefers. You can save several "car fares" hy coming down here. And you can't think of anything that he wants for Xmas. Here are a fewlhings he would like NECKWEAR, SHIRTS, MUFFLERS, GLOVES. MITTENS, SWEATERS. UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY. NIGHT ROBES. SMOKING JACKETS, VALISES, HATS, CAPS and UMBRELLAS Hartv Schaffiws* &Mar-e tMadc Cloehe* eo»v«mi?«lii*i^ hakt. cciutan AiUSS O..S- "Wortley- &d Co. Fine Olothiers and Furnishers YPSILANTI, &13CH. FLAVE FORD has put in a stock of . Brand New Buggies Ad will be pleased to show them whether you wish to buy. or not. Also, Birdseli Lumber Wagons.
|Title||1901-12-12; 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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