1903-09-24; Saline Observer
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■ 1,1 .♦*< -' : '• .. . . - -.''*. ^» -■ .. <r ^'•i-vt' J*** & «"> .Vf*— ';*is-g-.j iSi#.T'". *T *"♦"•' :.*Ul "^ |A. J. Warren, Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THUESDAY SEPTEMBER 24, 1903. VOL. XXIIL---N0 49, IJEW FALL GOODS art Sweet & Son's "ir'E*sixJ-A:isr'i7"r. NOVELTIES iu SClTINGjS. NEW BLACK GOODS. ■ ''"' 1"ANGY BRli.LTANTINE in heavy weights. - WE MAKE TO ORDER . any drefs goods in our stock, material and work better than ready made at same price, and fit guaranteed. FUR GOODS One of our specialties. Finest quality of low price. Big New Line of — Raedy to weai? HATS Three floors packed full of <=• Staple and Fancy Dry Goods. :./»' The Summer is getting old We have BQ <*se fop Summer Qaods. you have because the hot weather has Just hegun. We will sell them very lour Regular 10c Ginghams 7o Regular 15c Ginghams " : 10c Regular 10c Lawns - 5c 15c Lawns and Dimities 10c 25c Shirt Waist Suitings 15c Yard wide Percales 10c ones for 7c All Gingham stfld Chsgno'isaj' Underskirts "- off Nice Turkish Towels 5c eaoh, 50c a dozen _'-*-*■ All mattings quarter off c;- Remnant Sale for lO days We will devote our dress goods counter to the remnant- business for a few days. You can pick up some '-Snaps"" if yoifll come ap.<*. c look them over. _~ .. Davis & Kishlar YPSILAITTI, MIOH. The Osborne Goods Are not in THE TRUST Osborne: "Wren & Mills Agents =■■■■■= % EIGHB0RH00D NEWS # Happenings of Interest Gathered jig* the Benefit of Oaf Headers. Qet your Job Printing done at the Observer Office f-«.'. -. .1 Dundee Fair had a wet'time last week. Captain Edward Ryan of Ypsilanti, died last Thursday of pneumonia. Thirty-two saloonkeepers of Jackson, were arrested for violating the litjuor law. Rev. P. A. Stevens of Owosso, is the new pastor of the Grass Lake Congregational church. Col. C. V. Deland of Jackson, one of the oldest newspaper editors of the state, died Monday. Senator Frank P. Glazier of Chelsea, has announced that he is a candidate Tor state treasurer. Policeman McDonald-of Saginaw, is taking treatment at the Pasteur Institute at Ann Arbor. Mrs. Marie Godfrey, one of Ann Arbor's oldest settlers, celebrated her 06th birthday last week. At a recent game of ball at Dexter between the Tigers.and the business men^Pitcher Guy-sMcks bad his right arm broke above the elbow. Coach Yost and the members of the U. of M. football team have gone to Ludington to enjoy two weeks of practice before the season opens.. _ There once was a canner most canny, who said on a time to his granny, "A cauner can can anything that he can, but a canner can't can a can, can he?" —Ex. Sheriff. Gauntlett Wif§ invited to Milan Sunday to celebrate his sixty- first b.irth^ay and among other good things pf the birthday dinner were fresh strawberries picked near Milan. Miss Francis Caspary of Ann Arbor, was engaged to sing in the Catholic church at Chelsea recently and while enroute stepped into a-hole and sprained her ankle, but she insisted on singing afterwhich she called a physician who pronounced her sprain quite serious. Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Crooker of Ann Arbor, who have been visiting England and Europe, have returned homn. They report some very inter^* esting- experiences during their absence. Dr. Crooker gave 30 addresses and his wife 20 in Scotland, Ireland aud England. The population of Ida, Monroe county, is increasing rapidly. F. E. Brown stopped there over Friday night and the doctor stated that he had attended eight cases in the last forty-eight hours, the last one heing at ihe hotel where Frank stopped.— Clinton Lgcai. Two young ladies were out walking at Ann Arhor Sunday night and becoming frightened were rushing along at a lively pace when they met a man who ir quired the cause and was told that a coon was following them. Without delay he 'phoned the sheriff who investigated and found that the coon was a four legged creature.—Times. An exchange thus toasts ihe "nicker:" "Here's to the kicker, the faint hearted kicker, the kicker no helpless and blue, who always is crying and never is trying some good for his town to do. No use to correct him nor need we expect him to get to the front'like a mau; for while others rustle, he'll sit down and hustle objections to raise to each plan." A newspaper is a pretty good index of a village. That is recognized everywhere. If tho paper has a healthy appearance the village is generally set down as healthy. Thousands of people see the paper representative of the village that, have never seen the town and form their good opinions. The value of these opinions cannot be measured. Smiles, good words, a friendly grasp of the hand "cost but a very little effort, yet they are mighty in their influence. A healthy looking and live newspaper makes a healthy sentiment and a healthy sentiment makes a healthy town. ' ' A reporter of the Chelsea Herald tells his experience: "My sakea, were you ever stunjj on the bridge of your nose, or the place between snuff and sniffle, by a honey bee? I was the other day, while looMngto see if 1 was going to have hooey J enough to *keep~ Schneider until bucki'heat drips were in evidence. The vRens took, me for £he other- fellow, anf like the Irishman struck by ligbtuingAt.be first thing I felt W--S a smell. / Then in a. little : \ while I couldn't smell for a swell. You see the bee in surveying out my Midway Plaisance left his stake. I don't knojn whether he had finished, but thought he bad as his last stake was in. By this time I felt as if a mule had kicked me all over the head, or as if I had had a bead end collision with an automobile. When my reason returns and my senses resume their proper functions will try and more fully describe the-..varied sensations arising from getting your nose into the other fellow's business." Jurors for October Term. The following is the list drawn as jurors for the October term of Circuit Co-*rt: f Bridge water—Frank Raw&on. Dexter—Daniel Stonier. Freedom—John Stabler. Lima—George Savery. Lodi—William Clements. Lyndon—Charles A. Clark. Manchester—George Pardee. Northfield—Floyd Peebles., Pittsfield—Ira Biddle. Salem—Henryv Van Aki n. Saline—William Clougb. Scio—William Stierle. Sharon—William R. Mount. Superior—W. H. Mullholland. Sylvan— . Webster—John Alexander. York—Martin Shantz, Ypsilanti town—Fred Slayton. Ypsilanti, 1st dist.—-Reed Darling. Ypsilanti, 2nd dist.—Ed. Carroll. " Ann Arbor— 1st ward—Ben F. Watts. 2d ward—Miohael Brennen. 3d ward—George Kusterer. 4th ward—Oscar Jackson. 5th ward—Milton Perkins. ' 6th ward—Fred Barker! 7th ward—Fred Harpst. Ann Arbor town—£5. B. Winans. Augusta— William Johnson. Bridgewater—Theodore Westfall. A Boy's Wild Side for Life. With family around expecting him to die, and a son riding for life, 18 miles, to get Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, W. H. Brown of Leesville, Ind., endured death's agonies from asthma; but this wonderful medicine gave in- .stant relief and soon cured him. He writes: *'I now sleep soundly every night." Like marvelous cures of Consumption, Pneumonia, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds and Grip prove its matchless. merit for all Throat and Lung troubles. Guaranteed bottles 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free at Weinmann Sf Matthews' drug store. Now Antiseptic Toothpicks. Antiseptic toothpicks, warranted free of germs, are being supplied by the large hotels and restaurants in London. It is proposed shortly to serve sterilized food in chemically cleansed dishes. Special Train for Hillsdale Fair. September 30, October 1 and 2, the Lake Shore Ry. will run special trains to Hillsdale and return, and sell tickets at low rates. Special will leave Saline at 7:28 a. m. Returning leave Hillsdale 5:25 p. m. See. hand bills. 49 Impure blood always shows somewhere. If the skin, then boils, pimples, rashes. If the nerves, then neuralgia, nervousness, 'depression. If the Sarsa stomach, then dyspepsia, biliousness, loss of appetite. Your .doctor knows the remedy, used for 60 years. " Retomlng'from the Cuban -war, I m a perfect -wreck, llr blood -wa* bad, and my health wmrKone. Bnt a few bottles otAjorra Sanapaiffla comple: Jl.»» a bottle. All drnggUtt. Ijr curedme,' _ Scixnton,;Pa. J.CATCKCO., Eowell. Man, -for** i C. S. WORTLEY ■& CO. Sell lit, Shaffner & fax Cleffiij. Of all the beautiful, attractive creations that the famous "Clothes Makers," Hart*- Schaffner & Mar* ever produced, this fall's^tyleseclipse all others from an artistic standpoint. The hand of the artist is in every line and curve of the garment, Their designer, like the designer of the "Reliance," is a product of American soil and industry,—was born an artist—could not help himself—and to-day stands at the bead of our nation as an artistic designer of Men's Clothing. """"■--• Merchant Tailors from all parts of the country secure the H., S. & M. "Style Book" in order that they may know the correct styles to make for their customers. """* Clothing dealers throughout the U. S. who haven't the H., S. ,& M. goods, but who wish to impress you with the value of the article they want to sell; will .always say, ''this is just as good as the H., S. & M." But why- buy an imitation, when yon can get the real article. It costs no more, and the workmanship, linings and trimmings are much better. G. S. WORTLEY & CO." 91? Grass Carpets and Rugs -:..■ ■ ,Jr a/t; A. C. CLARKE'S 'ft SCHOOL SHOE: m Our stock of fall shoes are here ready for your inspection. Our aim is to keep 6nly the best. To do this we buy only of the most reliable manufacturers. , We solicit a share of your trade. We also handle the Famous Black Cat Hosiery made extra heavy at the knee for hard *7earat G. C. TownsencTs Chas. Burkhart "n Aid the Sarsapa Jewels r^tMlar i Opium, Laudanum, Cocaine ^and all Drug Habits 1 permanently cure"3", without pain or detention f ""' for drags or other_ stimulants." We restore the » by keeping'the ,th Ayer-i YWa. •i." their natural condition because we remove the prepared by an-eminent-physician. WE CUARANTEE: A > CURE Confidential, con^espondence.jespeciauy'witj Manhattan Thera "- """yj L**^ m business, leaving no craving ervous and*-physical systems "toy .tises of -disease. ^5T"ibme rente"1"1"* - - - $r = r *-—■■' ' •- VI EE TRIAL/TREATMENT pH-^icianiSi"sblicife5t*i;'VKrilaJo*di ■te-MMMUK' 1135 Broa^ay.*'^^^"-^"
|Title||1903-09-24; 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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