1903-10-22; Saline Observer
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#?-"'-T'i t ^Sfiss*'*^'**";: ^,V'*l"*^'^*"*«,~.r'T^^ls*n5,S*- J!1?* . «** v3s*^*ni t\ ^r V ' -J'". <^*-'-"v .*-.*. *"V?f *>•■ - ' / ■ * * "■*«&« ••j— > * - >***■>■-*«. ^ JT fVi 1*T" A.. J. W^REiSV Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH.. THURSDAY OCTOBER 22, 1903. YOL. XXiy>-3SK> il NEW FALL GOODS .■■»•■ - Sweet & Sdii's NOVELTIES in SUITINGS. NEW BLACK GOODS. FANCY BR1! LIANTINE in heavy weights. WE MAKE TO ORDER any dret s goods in our stuck, material and work better tban ready made at same price, and fit guaranteed. FUR GOODS One of our specialties. . Finest quality of low price. - , Big New Line of - Ready to wear HATS •^ Three floors packed full of Staple and Fancy Dry G-oods. \ SOROSIS SOLVES PETTICOAT PROBLEMS. /-w \Yes, yon particular people, at last we '■V. .**■* havJe-fcno -petticoat to suit eyeyj one of ven you." No slipshod stitching, "no ei/easing wrinkles, no careless finish or indifferent Ut. But an underskirt made un- raerstandingly. But from lining models; 'of mercerized sateen, rich and lustrous. .Yoke and flare and straight front—perfect fitting all. And a finish that is exquisite, really. Wa haw the Soros's Garments at Sl-00, $1.50, $1.7(5, 2.00, $2.50, S3.00 and §400. ..They are beauties all. Davis & Kishlar ^ * Miss My rtteBerdine who is well known to Saline people is now in our employ and will be released to see her*friehds. — ---WlH,-*, ' The Osborne Goods Are not in THE TRUST ■&*■ \ % EIGHB0RH00D NEWS 'arren & Mills Agents ft your Job Printing done at the ■» - ' * Ya~*™*™J'",'*,'I*t' ♦ Happening* of Interest Gathered for the "Benefit of Oar "Readers. Grass Lake with a population of 700, has four milk dealers. .A It is reported that there is near Grass Lake, an appie orchard in full blossom. . W. F. Bird of Aun Arbor, will have charge of the Fruit exhibit for the St. Louis E'air from this county. " It is claimed that eight, miles of the O. and M. electric line is graded between Petersburg and Toledo. John W. Haatrer of Ann Arbor, has been commissioned by Gov. Bliss as Battalion adjutant of the First Michigan Infantry. The "Weddiug March" seems to be many a Tecumseh ''Maiden's Prayer" tnese beautilul.Octobei- days.—Teeum- eeh News. • Four thousand aud. sixty eight students have been eu rolled iu tlid U. of M. this fall, tne largest nuinoer ever Known in the bistory of the college. Snerii? GaunUett is the possesser of a policeman's billy which was carried by his father and grandfather, who were both policemen in London. JEx. i)r. Jonathan Taft, who has stood at the head of the Dental Department "ol the U. of M. lor the past 2S years, died at his home iu Ann Arbor Thursday night, aged 83 years. He was the oltt- est proicssor of tne University. Au Ypsilautiau who was out shool- lug at forlage Laue, thought he had struck ;t Douuuztt in the shape of a flock of ducks. He killed a whole dozen of men*, before they got away and. carried them into camp. He there learned, much to his chagrin, that hie ducks were just mud hens and nothing more. —Uhelsea Herald. The U. of M. continues in hard luck. After Dr. Taft's death within twenty- four hours came Prof. Greeu, who died Friday of paralysis of the heart. He was second oldest of the professors and stood at the head of tbe mechanic'*! and engineering eparlm,6*H§, Next came Prof, fcjearge' Hempl, who lost an eye in a game of golf, Saturday. I'Thus, two uro(es,§ora are dead aud another seriously injured withiu four days lime. At a meeting of the board of Supervisors held in Ann Arbor last week the following appointments were made: J. D. Kyau, county auditor to succeed himself; James Taylor of Chelsea, superintendent* of too poor; M. Davenport, court ho'iise janitor, and Miss Josephine Hoppi; o( Siylyaq as a member of the bp.ard of *°chnQl examiners. They also, *•*■.(. down quite hard: ou .Jildge VYqtkins for interfering wkeu.the board ordered the court bouse clock to standard tiin<j, aho abolished his extra$=100 clerk hire." Edison's First Check, The first check that Thomas A.' Edison ever received -was for $40,000. It -was in payment 'for his invention" of the ticker, for which he had expected to receive about $5,000. He. was so overwhelmed by the thought of his fortune that after he had cashed bis check he put lome of the money in each of his pockets, and slept that night with his clothes on, so that he conld feel It whenever he awoke. Liszt at Seventy-Five. Everi at 75 Lizst was a pianist whose powers lay beyond the pale to which sober language or calm criticism could reach or be applied; Enough that its greatest charm seemed to me to lie in a perfectly divine touch, and in a tone more remarkable for exquisitely musical quality than volumes of dynamic force, aided by a technic still incomparably brilliant and superb.— Herman Klein in April Century. Saved TwoTrom Death. "Our little daughter had an almost fatal attack ot whooping cough and hronchitis,"t*writes Mrs. W. K. Havi- land of Armorjk, N. Y., "but, when all other remedies failed, we saved her life with Dr. King's New Discovery. Our niece, whojhad consumption in an advanced stage,;also used this wonderful medicine and to-day she is perfectly well." Desperate throat and lung diseases yield to Dr. King's New Discovery as to no other medicine on earth. Infallible for Coughs'and Colds. 50c and $1.00 bottles guaranteed by Weinmann & Matthews. Trial bottles free. C.S. WORTLEY & CO. ' X -pBilaaa."iiL- Sell Bart, Shaffoer & Ian; Gloimg. Of all the beautiful, attraative creations that the famous •'Clothes Makers," Harts Sohaffner & Marx- ever produced, this fall's styjes eclipse all others from "an artistic'standpoint. The hand of tha artist is in eyery line and carve 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 head 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 kn'-w^ae eorxeet styles to make fpr 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 you can get the real article. It costs no more, and the workmanship, linings and trimmings are much better. C. S. WORTLEY & CO, - "^-ps±la*:x2/b±- m:' ~-*n tf£ A New Form of Surgery. " , Knife ahd-fprk "surgery is the name- given'.to a new method of an eminent Berlin surgeon by which he avoids; the dangers of contaminating'wounds: by putting his fingers in* them. The* surgeon performs many operations without - ever touching the tissues, a much as we eat our meals by aid ot" forks and spoons, instead of clawing'' our" food. .:...' BearstEe' Signstiiie of .STORIA. yTtie Kind You Haye Always Biugfit CONSUMPTION No longer, fatal. A Preparation has been discovered that actually Destroys the Tuberculosis Germs that Cause Consumption, and cures All Lung Troubles, Bronchitis, Asthma and Catarrh. _ : : / Lung-Germine, the great germ destroyer, was discovered by an old German doctor scientist and has cured hundreds of cases of consumption, bronchitis, asthma and catarrh in Germany and in this country. The German Medical Profession, as well as the American Physicians and Specialists, have declared Lung-Germine the only safe, reliable consumption ^and lung- trouble germ destroyer ever discovered. It has stood the most rigid tests by noted physicians and has given positive proof that it kills Tuberculosis germs of consumption and destroys absolutely every symptom of this fatal disease. It bas revolutionized the treatment of consumption and removed it from the list of deadly, fatal diseases and placed it among the curable. This is an honest remedy that will cure you, no matter how far,the disease may be advanced or how aggravated, and a demonstration with Lung- Gerroine will prove its valuable qualities. If you have consumption or any of'its symptoms (coughin;*; and hawking continually, suiiting yellow and black matter, bleeding from the lungs, weau voice, fever, flu chest, night sweats, flushed complexion, pain in ebes't or under the shoulder blades, wasting away of flesh, etc.) don't fail to give Lung-Germine a trial. The undersigned has the,agency in Saline aud surrounding territory and has a large supply of Lung-Germine in stock. Hereafter, Mr. John Hauser of Saline, who is President of the" LuDg- Germine Co., located in Jackson, Mich*, will not sell aflymore of the medicine emongst friends and neighbors and desires them to call' at Wheeler's Pharmacy,v Saline, also Mann's Drug Store, Ann Arbor, Fire Screen of Human Skin. The Sultan of Turkey is said to pos-* sess a fire screen made of tanned human skin, exquisitely embossed, and over two hundred years old. The skins were, those of twelve faithful servants who rescued one of his majesty's ancestors from a blazing wing of the palace, afterwards .succumbing to the effects of their burns. 5>9 Grass Carpets and Rigs art ■i A. C. CLARKE'S Our stock of fall shoes are hero ready for your inspection. Our aim is to keep oniy the best. To do this wb buy only of tlie most reliable manufacturers. We solicit a share of your trade. ' "A We also handle the ""wi***a»ff***B'H"|t*L .. llliliSPSiM.' WmKm^m* mBmmu , \ famous B lack Cat "«| .!ECq,si©!?;gr ^•^ *"""B&"?%*w» Ik made extra hea-,y at the knee for hsiri" wi^K?-^ ■•/ear at . \ * ■ G, c. Town send5 s * ,-■-.■ - '.•'*" " v - . ■ Next Presidential Contes In the presidential* contest of to04 there will be 476 electors, .the i\im- h'qj? of senators* (80) added to lhe number of representatives (3S6). the'*-two previous presidential elecAl tions. 1896 and "1900, the number orj electors was 447, In 1892 it was .444, the addition being made by the admission of "Utah as a State. - In 1894 and 1888 there were- 401 electors. In 1878 and 1880 there were 369. General Querry. Graduates of our public schools may knpjr a heap about sociology, Roman (geometry, but they cannot glish language. , What's jjrooklyn Eagle. Qh^s,BurRhart Good Pills Ayer's Pills are good pills. You know that. The best 'family laxative you can buy. Want your moustache or heard a beautiful orown or rich black ? Use Buckingliai'sDye (SO^U-ofdruggis'sorR P Hal! & Co .Nashua, N h T ~M THi I al your cilia! NIC aboil*; your health. Do not o-y scrofula'tainfeto develop in \blood. Take Hpod's Sarsap.a- )W and keep yourself WEIII-t Opium, Laudanum? Oocsifse and a"l Drug Habits permanently, cured,- without pain pr "detention, from, business, lea-igng no craving.« . lor'drngs'or other stimulants. We restore <-1"* —»'**~*-" *-"**" -^*^-**<ji*.oi ovriomc tr* ^-. their natural condition because we remove t prepare"d*by an eminent physician. ■ ' s . ' >. ■ *, ,cJ v"* "*...- . Wr GUARANTEE A CURE FREE m^k 'JMEmREtm Conffaerijal' corPMaefeef especially vAh^pfmii^Mli^^&^m^^ " i'f-evs'^'- '•«" *W*Z ^^'^^hiWAMWmmmmm^r^& p« - A*.
|Title||1903-10-22; 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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