1904-04-21; Saline Observer
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gpflp^^ >•!. * -'*.*.fi *-* X. SERY k. J. Warren, Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THUESDAY APIIIL 2), 1904. VOL. XXIVV--NO. 27 IT*- s Sweet & Son's Novelties in Cotton Goods "For Shirt Waist Suits* White Mercerized Cotton Waistings Embroideries $•* Voiiles, for fine dresses Mohairs.-for Waists and Suits ' Tweeds, for .Jacket Suits Big line Black Goods, all with suitable trimmings. Any of our Goods made to your order and guaranteed. * 500 Fairs of i Muslin Curtains Bought when Cotton was cheap. You will be surprised and pleased when you see the qualities of Curtains, we are offering at the following prices per pair; 45c, 50c, 89c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.69 Davis & Kishlar COMBINATION OF COLORS Is one of the effective points about our Carpets Like discord in music, poor color combinations are disturbing. We ruallv feel that vve have pxsep- tionally well selected CARPETS and RUGS. Do not fail to "drop in" when in our vicinity and see our fresh and elaborate stock of RICHARDSON'S SUPERLATIVE CARPETS Best made in all grades. Rugs, Imported China Matting, Carpet Paper corrugated at 2e per yard. Padded Lining 7 and 10c 'per yard. Opium, Laudanum, Cocaine and all Drug Habits -permanently cured, without pain or detention from business, leaving no craving for drugs or other stimulants. We restore the nervous and physical systems tc their natural condition because we remove the causes of disease. A home remedy prepared by an eminent physician. WE GUARANTEE A CURE FREE TRIAL TREATMENT Confidential correspondence, especially with physicians, solicited. Write today itflanhattaes Thepapesifci© ilssissia-tifcK . H-JS5Br-KH*v,';-y? "Ss»v *-f«s*k 8"i UP - PRINTS, - PERCALES, •OHAMBRAYS. and GINGHAMS Waistings at 25c, 40c and 50c per yard. Just the thing for Spring. Chas. -Burkhart.- \ EIGHBORHOOD NEWS m%. Happenings of Interest Gathered far tbe "benefit of Oar "Readers. Ousted has two gentleman milliners. Tbe dog poisoner is at work in Ann Arboi and Ypsilanti. A new ianilorium is to be erected in Ypsilanti by Dr. Felch of Hudson. President Angell, of the U. of M., bas returned from his western trip. Rev. R. K. Wharton, pasloi* of the Presbyterian church at Ypsilanti, has resigned. The I. O. O. P. of Anu Arbor, will celebrate the 85th anniversary of the order next Tuesday. Thieves broke into C. A. Sauer & Co.'s mill at Aim Arbor Saturday and carried away i?2Q worth of tools. Tbe Clinton woolen mills has the contract for furnishing cloth for the suits of the Jackson prison convicts. A. M. Ellsworth, former editor of the Wayne Review, died at Spokane, Washington, April 8, of appendicitis. The plazier Stove Co. of Chelsea, has shipped an assignment of stoves for their exhibit at the St. Louis Pair. Adam Wurster was drowned in the Huron river near Geddes "Wednesday night of last week and the body was not found until Friday.v Sheriff Shepherd of Lenawee county, says that he is losing money in his office, and is willing to quit and go back to his farm in Dover. Pishing has commenced at Zukey lake. One man caught a grass pike in railroad ditch and another caught a ur-pound carp in a trap set for musk- ats. Anson Wright, a saloonkeeper of Ann Arbor, has a $3,000 suit brought against him by Mrs. Emily Hatch, for injuries which her husband received in a row last summer. There is a new stir in the air concerning the Ohio and Michigan electric road which will give Saline and Ypsilanti tbe go-by and strike direct to Ann Arbor if it goes at all. ., Last week Wednesday Mrs. Bertha HulT of Salem, was badly burned about the face by steam and boiling coffee from the explosion of an air-tight coffee pot. She may lose one eye. Ann Arbor has on hand a §5,000 suit brought by Louis Robde for damages to his property on Main street caused by changing the grade of the street under the Ann Arbor railroad bridge. At a mock National convention held by the Democratic students of the TJ. of M. last Saturday, Judge,Parker was nominated for President oi the United States over Hwarst by a vote of 200 to 54.—Ex. Otto Rohn, deputy game warden of this county, has been notified that no more money will he spent- for the enforcement of the game laws. Another brilliant step in the line of law. T ere are thousands of dolla.rs spent a hundred times more foolishly every week. The protection of game and fish is far mire essential than the fumigating after many diseases and boarding of much of the tramp family. ' There appears to be a movement on foot in various parts of the state, to induce ladies attending church to remove their hats during tbe services. Ministers say that men are kept away from church because, when seated behind one of those lovely but immense hats, they are unable to see anything in front of them, with the exception of the aforesaid hat. Of course 'women are put to the same disadvantage and children are simply but of sight, to the preacher. At theaters and other public entertainments, ladies are compelled to remove their hats. We can't believe that it would be out of place or a great inconvenience to the ladies. Why not try it here in Manchester.— Enterprise. * Tramps are Expensive. The board of county auditors has figured up what it cost the county during the months of December, January, February and March for its criminal business. The bills are all legitimate aud according to Jegal fees but they furnish food for thought that some solution should be made to get rid of the tramp luxury. The "Weary Willies" are what cost the county a big wad of money. Of course the past four months are the heaviest of the year. The following shows how the "ghost walked'* for the past four months to tbe extent of §8,267.04: Paul Schall, deputy sheriff § 60.90 James Lowdn, deputy 81.05 Otto Rohn, game warden 23.27 Thos. Ryan, deputy and policeman 104.12 Chas. Fox, Constable 43.50 Zina Buck, deputy 150.59 M. J. Martin, deputy 70.90 M. C. Peterson, deputy 15.55 M. R. Fletcher, deputy 63.29 Wm. Gauntlett, chief deputy 326.45 A. E. Gibson, justice 915.35 W. G. Do.ty, justice 868.45 H. W. Childs, justice 104.05 Frank Joslyn, justice 759.40 H. D. Witherell, justice 24.30 Jos. Gauntlett, sheriff 4188.22 Thos. Jackson, jailer 76.00 Frank Leach, deputy 50.86 Fred Gillen, deputy 147.15 Chas. Schott, constable 10.50 Wm. Riley, constable. 95.55 John Cox, constable 25.10 Fred tlalsey, deputy 50 S4 W. Robinson, constable '3 75 * Total §8267.04 —Ann Arbor Times. Eohhetl the Grave. A startling incident, is narrated by John Oliver of Philadelphia, as follows: "I was in an awful condition. My skin wasalmost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue coated, paHn continually in back and sides, no appetite, growing weaker day by day. Three physicians had given me up. Then I was advised to use Electric Bitters; to my great joy, the first bottle made a decided improvement. I continued their use for three weeks, and am now a well mah. I know they robbed the grave 6f another victim." No one should fail to try them.,. Only 50 cents; guaranteed, at Weinmann &.Matthews.drug store. Record Tea-Drinkers. The Australians are the greatest tea- drinkers in .the world, annually consuming 7% Bounds per head. In England the consumption Is about 6% pounds per head, and in the United States only 1 pound 2 ounces. No More Women Need Be Sick. Zoa Phora Will Eestore Yon to Health and Strength and Happiness—Has Cored All Who tJsed it—Will Cure Yon. FREE TEIAL BOTTLE 10 ALL WOKEN. Zoa Phora insure enough ''The Woman'i Friend." This is do bald, gratuitous statement. It is justified by facts. It is supported by letters of gratitude and joy and praise from every community in the land. Every mail brings these letters and tens of thousands of them are in our possession. Bilious? Dizzy? Headache? Pain back of your eyes?"It's your liver! Use Ayer's Pills. mmmmmwMMmm0*0mmm0*fi*™m*i*r*mm — m_m»_^_i^u__ji_t'tta,ran>, I Want your moustacfie or isearu a I beautiful brown or ricli black? Use ISO ts, of druggists or R. P. Hall Sc Co., Nashua, N.H w ,,» MM MRS. EFFIE BATES, Muncie, Ind. Zoa Phora cures leucorrhea, suppressed and painful periods, flooding, misplacements, piles, ail irregularities, liver, kidney and bladder troubles and regulates the change o£ life. It makes childbirth easy and takes away the dread of that fearful ordeal. It is the greatest blessing j of the age for weak and suffering women and has made thousands happy who were dragging put their lives in misery and pain. Mrs.Effie Bates, Muncie, Ind., E."F. D. No. 1, says: "When a girllsuffereddeatheveryinonth when I came around, even my bands seemed to swell, and I seemed -almost blind at times and I was irregular. I would feel as though I would ; fall backwards and didn't feel safe by myself at my monthly periods. I used some few bottles of t ZoaFhoraand that brought me regular and so thatl didn't suffer scarcely any and the queer feelings left me." J Write the Zoa Phora Co., Kalamazoo, Mich., for a free trial bottle and copy of their illus-1 bated medical book, '*Dr. PeDgelly's Advice j to Women." The doctor -will gladly give free ] special advice when needed. Zoa. Phora is for ; salBat|i.00.abottle.byr ' - - .; Wheeler's PJiarraacy. OUR SPRING Hires are now complete* We are now prepared to show tho largest and most com- ' plete line of Hart, Schaifhsr .& Marx Suits, Top Goats and Rain Coats we haye ever offered, comprising the latest and snappiest pstterhs and fabrics. ,; , Remember the H,, S. & M. straight front Sack and* Varsity is a new design in Spring Suits, selling from §14.0!) to $20.00, ■ The H., S..&M. 32 inch Top Coats are the newest and most"stylish overcoat you can-buy this season.- You won't find them-elsewhere. There are points of fit, style and quality that other makers do not have. They are priced from §10 to-.SlS. Our lines of Spring Shirts, Neckwear, Hosiery, Fancy Vests, Hats and Caps are the largest we haye ever offered. C. S. WORTLEY & CO. Copyright-1903 by Hart Schaffnor &3Iarx No doubt you are in need of just such a coat for Spring, and for the cool evenings of Summer. One of the smartest and most stylish overcoats we can show yon this season is this 3i-inch ' top coat. A Hart. Schaffner and Marx- production of unmistakable qualify*.. ' We want you to see these coats, we would like to show them to you just to let you see the sort of Clothes we sell. It won't cost you a cent to see -them and only $12.00 to buy one. Early and judicious buying gives us decided advantages in the furnishing goods line. Come and see us. You are welcome. YOURS FOR GOOD CLOTHING- Nissly Clothing Co, Dav of G Saturday, April 23 will" be our opening day in our new quar- - ters. We extend a welcome to sall callers. Everybody invited. We will serve a. cup of coffee made from ' our celebrated 25c blend to all. ■,'■■■ To our country friends we will pay cash for produce. . - . " And whether you are a regular customer or not you will be welcome! Call in, look us over and help to make the day pleasant ' S, T. FAIRBANK Subscribe for the OBSERVER .1 *. • __£jg3__i&<-- *&fe- ,_. >. ;.- ,*> - ,* * A ¥'
|Title||1904-04-21; 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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