1902-08-21; Saline Observer
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iiiiiitiiiiiri irTXItti ^Wf 1%. Saline Observer. t**>* A, J, WABBEK,. Editor* SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH*, THURSDAY AUGUST 21, 1902, VOL. XXII.---NO 44. *'*•■ W. H. Sweet & Son ■ir_es_XaA_sr_ci Price*rf grow short w*.i It the Season. IrScai'cely a Sty now but a price drops somewhere. SPECIALS for Saturday August 23* Taffeta and China Silk Waists The 3"".7& kind for - *_<U>'i The $4.00- kind for - 83.20 The "85.00 kind for •* «...*& Black, white and colovs. all ctio'c e g,a'»d*« Milan W, H. Beiosmitai* at Cryital .Lake for a few day* atsMag. Mr. aad Mr*. Wm. Wocjieott visited Detroit the last of the week. Mr. awl Mrs. Chas. Steldle, hava re** turned from thetr Adrian visit* €">; A. K»*lty has returned from tha j Hardware* .Merchant* Convention. Joel Marble returned the ttrst of the week from hi* South Dukutit trl_*. .Mb-* Alma Sill left TueHday for a two weeks auttag at Cryatul Lake. Kftto 'Fallen ha* 'been engaged to teach ***-"* school in Cease* District this Stall,. Mi.-*, tilasck Farrington aad duugrt- ter are moving lata Mrs.. ■.Valines"* haute. \Vh.tteker nine ptayael with Milan wise Thursday, score li to *t to favor of Milan. The-. Normal* played with Milan St-st nine Friday on Milan ground*, I* to 11 lu favor of Milan. Mr. and Mrs. Bowling of Effingham, ttKfio,*, arts ih** ""Beat* of their tlaugh* ter, Mrs. W. C. Sannltt. Mis* Nellie* Armlns-ton and HtUesis* ter nasal of Betrolt, ara tha guests of their aunt, Mrs* Amo* Taylor, Mr*. W. K. 'Whitraar-jh returned to: her hom.a la "Oattrott Saturday after a pleasant visit with Mends here, Theodore Full the German hypnotist, gw« a very good, exhibition of M* power* Monday evening at tbe Opera" House, Mrs* W# H. Hciusmatt presented her Moquette and Smyrna Bugs The *$2.'3S Rug**, si/.u 'MxfiU. SatunUy $*. <-** "Unites pun* linen untanndcrect embroidered Handkerchief* These j-ootls tf laundered would colt 2ai*« They are lino antt slieeu*. Fr'tco 15c, il for 2.jP. Davis & Kishlar KEEP COOL stpOLcL ALL BEAU, "Our milk," urged the agent, "is iterill-****."* The "wisawifo laughed scornfully, "Thera 1* a lot of foolUbnose about sterill-mUoo and all sort* of health precautions these* days." She satd, "1 don't taka any stock In it myself. Our ancestor* didn't resort to aay such method*."* "Ttm," admitted tha agent, ''nnd took ut the result* They are all dead," ■ • » » ■■ i VFSBBXBSAXr FAHt, SBFT. 8-lt*. PLAIN TALE. Straight Talk and to The Point, Tba Vir toes oE Dr. A* W. Chase*** Nerve PltlaTold in a Few Words by One *A7ho Know*. Mr. J. Long of Main St., Hudson, Mich,, says: "For a long time X suffered; from indigestion—all food seemed to-rest heavy and dint-ess me and X felt nervous aad Irritable. 1 waa told Or* A* W. Chtu-'* "Serve Fills wa* a care, for tht* ttroubto and got a box. Sine* taking the medicine I feel flue, can eat what I plea***, sleep good and feel strong and vigorous* The medicine te fine and I can honestly recommend It**' Dr. A. *,***. Chase's Nerve Fill* are sold at 50c a box at dealer* or Dr. A* W. Chase Medici*-** Co., Buffalo, I**.. Y. Sen that portrait and signature* of A* W. Chase M. D. are on every package. For sale by Welnmann & Matthews, *»*, n««i,wwiKtiiiw i»«nawH *»w* Un_|,_,«l_,_. * daughter Bessie with a Sohmer C*bt*5 p^86^' „ , „ l MONEY ,: %B*f msmg tlie "Sta&cteC* WicMess Bliie ^^km^(m0^-Bm Btiinmer Cooking. <*$,.A§ ooav&a$mt as. .gas* Wlxmh cbeaper. * *** Al, sizes. 'em. WILLIAM JUDS0N & SON rfte Colombia Qrabhobhone Equipped wtift Hem mutt Greatly tmprovetf .REPRODUCER^ PRICE REDUCED TO net, tlrauel Piano Friday, purchased of ; tir'ntt**!. Brew- of Detroit, Mrs*, L. C". (loo-lrtctt and son returned to tt«.cSr tome in Ann Arbor Saturday after a week** visit with her sister, Mrs, G, B* William*. Cha-". Davis and J. Johnson returned Saiturtoy nlgbt from. Wattpler** f-ake | whew they havo been for a week put* tins up a cottage for Chat, Denton* 1.*»tfctict* wet-** sold last week for the; spedal train to take lbs Mason* and famiUcs to' Detroit to Join the Zlon Lodge* R. A* U. on a tswtt cr*ccJjrsEon to VuA'in-Bmy*. 1 Praie-cllCta of Americaninterest to The Caribbean Sea. Theou«eeoa-*call*oa! the navy for ttte protection of American Interest* "Initiovicinity <•£ the Caribbean mm* dis&c-s the ps*. few week* ha* again seu.wl te> eta. ha*!"«the neccMlty for a e:ss* of vem*.* whkh secretaries of tte eavj have frajuent!*** retiuested of t*oitj_r*"S9r, tint without avail, to the reports of it auateref tha secretaries wlU im fouud recommet-datloa* to the effect that Caagrc*» provide* for a small; etas* of tight dealt «ui*3ri* pto* vidct. with a few small calibre, but rapM firing gun* whlek would tm cap* i abler et entering aud Mowing up fOr a \*ou*iltleraKecIiI§titnce'th« rivera, par* jttealarly of Souil. Americ*. Those wmud*e*ow**** as they ate somiwhat contemptuotislip enlkd by naval oW* core, woutd prove e--t«t^-lally titeful at the present times when. American: interests te Venea-uela require the prew* euceef naval vessels at several j-oiut* too far f rota deep water to permit of their approach* by hearltj armed and armored erutssr* ot tht typo now in f'commissi**™. 1 iXJL/ NORFOLK •_•***!_.■* Schaftner latlor* Clothes Some of you will .romembor wearing tho Norfolk coat years ajjo;; it is C!)ming,.into popular favor a^ain; boliar made and more^styllsh than oror in its former reign. Hart, S-baiTaer & Marx know how to do sueh,thingsirighfc, when somanj- aro doing thorn wrong. Tuese Xorfolks .havo tho unmistakable 11., 8. '•M. touch to them; a voir becoming coat for somo men. Wo havo plenty of ..other good styles in suits to show you- and all sorts of other men's wear. Clothiers an&Furnishers Ypsilanti, Mich. TtKyFrfi-clt. It te with joy 1 tell yott what Kodol did for me. Xwa* troubled with my stomach feu? several month** Upon te- iBgadviied to use Kodol, I did to, and words cannot tell the good It ba* done me. A neighbor had dy»jwp*la so tbat he had tried mc-»t every thing-. I told him to um Kodol* Words of gratitude came to me .from him becaus*} t leeom- mectled lt.*-t»eo. W. Pry, Viola, Iowa* Health aad strength, of mind and body, de-rend oa the stomach, and normal activity ol the cligcliva organ*. Kodol, tht ureal treiron-t-ruetlvo tonic, eur« ail slejmach and bowel trouble-J, InduesttoB, dyspepsia. Kodol dljtesu any gwjd fexjd you eat. Take a do#« after meals,. Tooza**' Pharmacy. "tbl* Sufjerfor Maclifee which ha» l«n*|, beicBs m favorite «l: $sy$ will hcrcaper be aoW fer $ZOt tfteetot*, It beyond all comjie titiotr* An Ideal Hachinc Homc Entertainment $20 GRAPHOPHONE Entertains Everybody Evm^Wtimr'G* Awarded tfee Grand Pri*e**i al f rt«$ P*arii% *&t|w-r*slll<in** ms^mmt^mattS^ DElROiT* MICH*, r, There is a pretty girl ta an alnina bat. A sweeter girl to a sailor brim, | Best the handsoraest girl youll ever *******. I 1* the-tfeosiWe girl who. am Rocky Mountain: Tea, Welotaauffi & Matthew* _tt*«a,*tlt* «f A*t*ff**4ffc Dturtag the year l«l tMiiy-*lx am- terolda «cr*' disco-feted, all 'but one of them, at Hetdtlbtrg, by fhotocfraithy. The asteroid stoap 1« not kacrwn to ha*** 4*5 mmtem. A'mmm mws®, tte»&eo*Zmtegtm praetleiag nhysl*' clan of Smith**. Grove, Ky., for over thirty |e»w, writets Wsprsonal expe- ticiBca with Fol»y**Kld«ey Care: «*l*or yeats I had bee» greatly bothered wl-hfeidrtey a.ad t/teMev iemhte and, ' enlarged pr*»lrat« gland. I u«d ievejrilblag known to the profwslon wttl'Owt relief, uatll, I eomrasneed to me tfoley** Kldoey Cure. After tak* ing tnrat* bottUMi t vtm entirely re- Uer*'«*"l and cured, I pwe^bct, it now dsiltinmy praeticetaad heartily reo- omeaeud It* use* to all phyi-leiaBi -for | such t WW***, I bav* ptraserlbed It la feundr*.**!* of case* with, perfeei. me- «««.'*' &-*td at Tcwae's Pharmacy. CAOTORIA, kmstim, _ AMMWmUtmtm L, Stftattx* I tf Straaea Xailllma Ki^rMilaa*. A navel oSKer who -recently went to the Philippine* on an army transport wrltsc to a brother otSctr statloneel In "Waahlncton: "1 bear muck said abont the transport service, You would bave a hard time accustoming: yourself to the new 'lansnase ot tbe tea* a* un* derater-ocl by tha soldier. For instance, "front and beck cellar of the ship/ ■board walk* (spar deck), 'root garden* (brldtcet and 'a room on the watt aide ot th* ship because* it is the shady side* are «om* of: the few erepreislons to common tm'* A!tXtWM.SkWl>. "For year* I sufered such untold misery from Bronchitis," writes J.H. Johnston ol Broughton, Ga., that often t wa* unable to work. Then, when every thing els© failed, I wa* wholly rared by Dr. King** "Saw Discovery for Consumption. My wife suffered to* tensely from Asthma, till It cured her, and all our esptfriencra jjoes to *how it is tha best Croup medicine In tho world." A trial will convince you it** unrivaled tor Throat and Lung tits* eaam. Guaranteed bottle* 50c and $1.0*3. Trial bottle* free at Weinmann Ik 'Matthews. DRESS SKIRTS We ma/ke a specialty of Wool and Silk skirts and "Walking Skirts and are prepared to show you a much_largorJvariet_- and at prices nusmestionably lower than to.bt- found elsewhere. Wo guarauteo"i*erfe»tJ fitjjwiikj-evory skirt. We ba*t e Just received ailiiio of the popular un- lined skirts -regularly worth SO.00 which wo aro selling all? 1*98. Also a new and elegant line of White Pipe and Linen Skirts. Compare our $1.00 Lawn Wrapper wilh tho best you can dnd elsewhere for _-l,'-'5. Dressing Sacques In a variety of ntjlos from ''9c to $1.*15. BEALL, COMSTOCK & GO. 35 "V' "piptHf "1 iRf"*^ *^"'"i IIVr**i o"Tn. -37 Huron *t. next to tho 1'ost office. Hammocks! Hammocks!! Hammocks till you can't rest comfortably -without one. We have a large assortment, of all the latest styles and colors at prices which makes it possible for all to take it easy on a warm summer evening. Come in and look them over. We can surely glease you, WEINMANN & MATTHEWS Corner Drug Store AKkwji-7 Prscitttloa. Don't negteot a cold, It is worse than unpleasant. It I* dangerous. By using Ona Minuta Cough Cure you can cum It at one*. Allay* inflammation, clear* tha heatl, -joothei and strengthens the mucou* membrane. Cure** tough*, croup, throat and. lung trouble*,. Absolutely safe. Aet* tm mediately. Children like It* Too-e's Pharmacjv s-*aat«r mat*** oemi iraaitb. Senator Elklns Is said to be the hwlthltst man to Cod_t-*j*. "I never have aa ache or a pate," he said recently, "aad 1 never had a corn or a toothache to my life." IDST RECEIVED Another Lot of Fine Carriages and Surreys* Gome and see them Also a fine assortment of Fly Nets CtWSl««7a*Qftl "**SiU:i"?ZKSIJ. "I was troublud with a backlog cough for a year and I thought 1 bad coMumrrttoo," say* C, TJnger, S1I Maple St., Cbampalto, III* "I tried a great many ramedia* and! wa* under tbo. care of' physician* for several month*, I need one. bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar. It cured me, and 1 have not been troubled sloce." Sold at Toc-ae's Pharmacy. *' Foley's Kidney Cure makes kOtteys and bladder rfctt. 0SB0RNL WARBEN & MILLS, Agents t*. _*. Mai-irBift'-iifi-rrSi—- ___ _..^-_rJ'A.-^>.
|Title||1902-08-21; 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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