1903-10-29; Saline Observer
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i^tvf*. . -is.* J? '-*>>%- ^^••*^r-^ ->«^>?-r.v -* •fi^-jjft* : -i ■**- . /.-' •?.**■ " *" i> '* .jf^-wh^'fm^^^a\^emmmA ...•'. , •- i -' ,* "* - ' ,-11""; . - ' -r - .*5*.1'^'J THE SALiNfe OBSERV ;,», ,; "-*?*j "ft-" . - 4.? A.. J. WARREN, Editor. S^IJJE, WASHTENAW 00., MICH., THURSDAY OCTOBER 29, (903. VOL. XXIV.--HO 2. ISflEW FALL GOODS art Sweet & Son's NOVELTIES in SUITINGS. - • NEW BLACK GOODS. '*-.-'" KANCF BRILLIANTINE in heavy weights. WE MAKE" TO ORDER any elref-s goods in our stock, material and work'better tban-ready made at same price, and fit guaranteed. PUR GOODS One of our specialties. Finest quality of low price. Big New Line" of ','•■- * Ready to -wear HATS . Three floors packed fair of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods; SORQSIS SOLVES particular, people, at last we petticoat to suit every one of . No slipshod stitching, no creasing >Yrinkles, no careless finish oi* in* ' different fitt But an underskirt made un- -JerstandjugC-. But from liuipg models; of uierceri-"ed-jaateen, rich and lustrous. Yoke and flare and straight front—perfect fitting all. And a finish that is exquisite, really. " >S ■ We have the Sorosis Garments at $1.00, $1.50, $1,75, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 and $4.00. They ariTjeantTes all*' Davis & Kishlar Miss Myt'tie Bordine "who is well known to Saline people is now in our employ and will be pleased to see her friends. . The Osborne doodr Are not in THE TRUST Warren & Mills Agents €et your Job Printing V I ■ done at the -."a mm. gfe**"*" PV"- EIOHBORH0OD NEWS * Happening* cf Interest Gathered f&r tbe "Benefit of Oar "Readers. Scarlet fever is raging in Manchester. The Dexter citizens are to enjoy roller skating this winter. W. T. Lawrence, a well-known hotel proprietor of Adrian, died Sunday. Officer Isbell, who was injured at the Sophomore rush at Ann Arhor, is recovering. Whitmore Lake has been in an excited stale lately caused by the scarlet fever epidemic. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Whitlark of Ann Arbor, celebrated Jheir golden weddy*g_ Saturday. Daniel ,W, Barry was re-elected drain commissioner" by the board" of supervisors at the meeting last week. Mrs. Catharine Buss of Scio township, one of the oldest pioneers of tbe county, died last week Sunday, aged 83 years. L. C. Goodrich of Ann Arbor, was elected Worthy Grand Patron at the meeting of the Grand Chapter O* E. S* held at Lansing recently. B. Whittier of Saginaw, has given $4000 to the University lo establish a fellowship in botany in memory of his mother, Mrt, Angeline Bradford Whittier.—Ypsilantian. A man from Cincinnati started out to see tbe sights of Ann Arbor and when he returned to the hotel he found he was minus $40. He evidently is still looking for "them." t The National Portland Cement Co. controlled by capital principally from Ann Arbor and Detroit, will begin the erection of a plant at Lakeland, to employ 200 men. The marl will be obtained from Zukey, Bass and Island lakes. - It is rumored that John C. Howell, of the Blissfield Advance, will locate in Adrian the first of the year and start a democratic paper in opposition to the Press.—Clinton Looal, What can be wp,rse; than opposition in the family? A contagious disease hospital is being agitated by the" prominent physicians of the county who recommend an appropriation of $30,000 for the same. Here we come for another unnecessary appropriation to burden the people by heavy taxes. Some people are never satisfied. " . . Some Tecumseh people have received invitations" to three weddings -ob'the28th, viz; the Osborne-Taylor ■in Tipton at 5, the Shull-Anderson ip this Village at 6, and the Allan-Seager weddingin Adrian at 7 R'plopk, aid are wondering hpw they will f*get there."—Tepuraseh Hews. " ■ " * ■ - * A little Ind picked up some words on the street lhat" he bad >i<'Vi't' heard in the family vocabulary, lie used one of them in the house one day and his mama said to Mm, ''Harry, I will give you ten cents if you will never- repeat that word again." As Be slipped the dim:: into-his pocket ho. called out, "Saymamal", "What" my son?"* she queried. "If that word was worth ten cents, I know lots of them that are worth fifty cents* apiece."—Chelsea Herald. . • * ^" It is said a Hillsdale minister, who goes to church from-his home in a carriage oh Sunday, received an anonymous letter recently calling his attention to the fact that the Lqrd, never rode to church in a carriage. The minister read. the. letter from the pui- pit and then Said: "If the writer will come to me next Sunday properly saddled and bridled, I will ba glad to follow the Lord's example, and come to church as He entered the city "of Jerusalem."—Beading Hustler. The Adrian Times in an article on tbe wild goose chases public officers are sometimes sent out On, says: "A prominent business man of Tecumseh, phoned to this city that some one had entered his house, and taken a $150 gold watch and chain. An officer was at once dispatched to Tecumseh, called on said citizen and was told .that a boy •who had left the village, was suspected of having committed the theft. One officer went to the Lake Shore depot. While another went to the "Detroit Southern. As an" officer entered the latter depot the agent accosted him, and asked If he was not an officer, whom be was looking for. He was told, and said he had a watch in his possession, which was shown to the officer, and which proved to be- the identical watch. The station agent said he had found it the day before in the grass near the depot. The Tecumseh business man was called to the depot, and then the matter was easily explained. The'day before he had occasion to take a train and before leaving his home, went into the house, changed his vest, put the Watch in his vest pocket, without making; the chain fastA He then got into at buggy and was .driven to the depot." On arriving he hastily jumped from the buggy, and as he did so the watch fell out of bis pocket, and was picked up by the honest station agent." €. S. WORTLEY & CO. Sell Hart, SMffner & larx Clothing. Of all the beautiful, attractive creations that tha famous "Clothes Makers," Hart, Sehaffner & Marx ever produced,'* this fall's styles eclipse all others from an artistic standpoint. The hand of the artist is in every line aad'eurve of the garment, Their designer, like the designer of the *'Reliance"," is a product of "American soil aud industry,—was born an artist—could not help himself—and to-day stands at the head of our nation as an artistifr;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., 5. & 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*a.n get the real article. It costs no more, and the workmanship, linings and trimmings are much betfer. C. -S. WORTLEY & GO. :>. *-*i *-■"* I Took.Him at His Word. One morning recently Miss Hattie Smith went into Evan's grocery to do a little trading; Uncle Joe Fletcher waited upon her and when she was leaving he said, "Don't you want something else, Hattie? There's a pump, kin I'll give you if you will carry it home." He pointed out a 28-pounder,. the largest in the store. To Joe's astonishment Miss Hattie said "Thank you," put hsr arms around the pumpkin and walked off with it. It was about five minutes before Joe could move, and then he concluded the joke and the pumpkin had gone far'enough. Hastily .mounting his wheel he overtook Miss Smith down near the'flour mill and offered to relieve her of her burden. She politely declined, however, and he rode back in sober thoughtfulness.—Decatur Republican. 99 Grass Carpets and Rugs a/fc*. A. G. CLARKE'S Tbis is the time or year that the country editor who li'ces pumpkin pi** begins to lay in a winter's supply of the raw snitei-ial by instituting a priz^ contest for the biggest pumpkia grown in the co'inty. Or course all entries brcoroe his property —Free Press, """v..,.,. Compatriot of Browning's. Robert Browning, who during his* lifetimes was a persistent visitor, at •art exhibits, said one day to a friend' ."Whom he met on such an occasion: ''The Chinese ambassador is' here, i have been introduced, and a member of his suite was specially mentioned as a poet. I asked him what kind, of ■ Verse he wrote," and he said he practiced the composition of enigmas. 'By Jove!' I thought, 'a orother .of my *oto!"' Our stock of fall shoes are here ready for your inspection. Our aim is to keep only 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 Bi-ack Cat - -' Hpsl©s?y made extra Tear at heavy at the ktfce for hard X G. C. Townsend's Something^New for the Children. The JJpside Down Colored Pictures now running in The. Detroit Free Press Colored Supplement every Sunday have proven a great success. The **Brownies*"»in the Phiiippiufs"1' and ^fluster Brown" funny f**HtU'-*.'S, bav*- always been popular. Tak*n :>s Vi whole, the ColtVed Supplt-inenl of The Detroit Free PtSss has no equal The Sunday Detroit' Free Press is the greatest newspaper published in Michigan' and should be taken in every home^- Order it for next Sunday. If you givg it a prial you will always want it. Saved Two Jb"rom Death. "Our little daughter had an almolt fatal attack of whooping cough _ and .bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Havl- land,of Armonk, N. Y., "but, when all other remedies failed,, we saved her: fife with Dr. King's New,Discovery. Our niece, who had* 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, SOc and $1.00 bottles guaranteed by Weinmann & Matthews. Trial bottles free.. Chas. Burkhart $ .- *i BANNER SALVE ) tho most hjMlllnBsa.v? ir» thtj world. B # Dizzy? Headachte? Pain back of your eyes? It's your liver! Use Ayer's Pills, ■»**m*IW*W^M """"—^"ni "■ *M*v~m*e*jm***A»mma*MmBm Want your nGasiag^s or "Kard a* TjeauGMbrq^iieri'IclilslacI*;? Use; Buckingham's Dye 50 cts. of draggistsoj ttljii tiajl & Go.f.f'iihui.N.H . — " * their natural cpndition becajisejwe remove the causes of^e-ase,,... A*ho: prepared .by anjeVin?nt'jS6-ysi?39IW '" - - ._*•**,:•. -J_t _"_,_*r'"l ^••L' jBep-pA*, :•£ \ CURE . FREE.-TRIAL T#EATMES||^ s,*espe*cially''WtS'X*^cM£, . -^."^iiSgKiSH '-.-'■nrrTrJ"--*-,- "-i *."'"t.' •"TV * "£?5" "-v -. 1 V.r.as*:-^'-' '- .-iV* •/■:.
|Title||1903-10-29; 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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