1904-04-28; Saline Observer
|Previous||1 of 8||Next|
small (250x250 max)
medium (500x500 max)
large ( > 500x500)
Loading content ...
flr *.. ' *" *• ' ' "-J.-"' A. J. Warren, Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., xMICH., THURSDAY APRIL 28. 190L VOL. XXIV.t-NO. 28 I V. * 5QO Faivss of •#-- 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 9 Is one of the effective points about our Carpets Like discottl in music, poor' color combinations are disiuj-bing. We really* feel that. »**0 have exeep? tionally well selected CARPETS aud RUGS. ' Do not fail to "drop in" when in our vicinity and see our fresU apd elaborate stock of RICHARDSON'S SUPERLATIVE CARPETS Best made in all grades. Rugs, Imported China Matting, Carpet Paper corrugated at 2c per yard. Padded Lining 7 and 10c per yard. We are not a back number $* : ■ ■ if we don't chuiig*- our'•ad" very often, Tou will always find. iw ready 'to show the novelties in Dress Goods and Trimmings, Ready to wear Hats, Ready made Muslin Underwear, Big line Hosiery and Gloves, Extra values in Curtains, Linens and other housekefping goods. ■ Ready made Suits, or dresses made to order. . , 1'ine line of white dress goods and trimmings. Standard Makes and Qualities are always to be had at our store. Sweet <% Son's EIGHBORKOOD NEWS Happenings qf Interest Gathered for. the "Benefit of Oar "Readers. .plum, Laudanum, Cocaine and! all Drug Haiiit| Berinsinently cprgg, y*ithout gaifa or t_etent*pn frpm business, leaving no •"•£aViB£ for arpgs or o£her s|imulgnts.*" We restore the nervous, and pftysjc^l gpteipgT_p tbgif ng*iir-.l ganglia tigcaiise we, iffngve'tiie g|_tis§§gf djsi_as;e.'* 'A'ho'mtrerbie^y prepared £y _tn ejpi'neat 8h_*§ig.ai_. " *W GUARANTEE A 6HB1 FBEg TRIM, TREATMENT Cenfideatial Qorresposdesee, jspeeially with physicians, solicited. Write to 3-*-*- Cspt. *3-1_*p M**-*-*-""**"""/. $"-""• X§ek PRINTS, PERCA.LES, CHAMBRAYS, and aiNG-H AM§ tV Waistings at 25c, 4Q6 and 50c per yard. Just tlie thing for Spring: Chas, Burkhart. 1 Diphtheria is raging at Macon. Ezra Gleason of Macon, died last week, aged 86 years. A spur from the Hawks-Angus line into Dexter looks certain. The Adrian Maccabees will hold a street carnival May 30-June 3. Rev. Peter McKay is the new pastor of the Chelsea Baptist church, Lenawee county leads the state in the cheese industry, hairing 22 factories. Edmund Pish of Birmingham, a U* of M. graduate of the class of 1S45, died last Thursday. The Fremont voters of Adrian, will attend the '"Under the Oaks" celehra- tion at Jackson in a body. * John L. Whetsel, living on the Wil- kinsfarm five miles east of Clinton, committed suicide last week by shoot, ing himself. More cars will be added to the schedule of the main line of the D., Y., A. A. &- J., "Ry. to eare for the summer traffic. The State Tax Commission met the supervisors of this county, Friday. They claim that Washtenaw is the best assessed county ia the state. The registration of the students of the Normal for the spring quarter brings the enrollment above the 100D mark the first time in its history. There are 116 vacant houses in Ann Arbor, and Saline is lamenting that there is scarcely a vacant house in that village. They might move some over. —Ypsilantian. D. Woodward of Clinton, and Hod. E. P. Allen of Ypsilanti, were appointed by Gov. Bliss as delegates to the Gfood Roads convention at St. L.oi*is, May 16,-81. Asa Nash, a saloonkeeper of. Ann Arbor, seems to have more than his 6hare of trouble. The latest is a $3,000 suit brought hy Mrs. Hattie Chatter- ton for selling liquor to her 19-year old son. Tramps will give Dearborn a wide berth in the future. Thg village fathers will erect a stone pile, and the tramps found begging from door to door will be given live days on the stone, with ball and chain, and*fed on hpead and water—Wayne Review, Somebody who kegps his name in the dark, has offered _o donate $10,000 for a hospital at Adrian, providing the Qlty will raise 11,000 per year for its support. Gan4tfbe possible that some of the rich editors over there have had iv prickling of tHlir conscience.—Ex. The/will of the late John George Reiehert Of Scio, has been filed for prqjoate in which the deceased's diced wife Is cut off without a cent as the children sided with their mother he gave them a dollar each" and willed the remainder of his property of $8,200 to his nephews and nieces. There are several letters, a box of rough-on-rats, some carbolic acid, a stick of dynamite, a stout piece of rope, a shot gun and a long knife awaiting at this offie&addressed to the man who said, "Oh, yes, we have had a long bard winter, but spring will como* early and it will open up nice and warm right away_-r=Cbel§ea Stapdard. Several. Adrian people think Col. Fred Green something of a "tin sol diery" because he appointed the same night for the inspection of the national guard there as he did at Monroe, aud then" failed to appear at either place. There are many Teoumseh people who are quite sure he is what the Adrian-, ites think him to be.—Tecumseh News. A woman residing in Oxford has made the discouraging discovery that the good people who have been indulging in "flinch" under the^-gupposition ot innocence, will have-to go to picture cards, or eschew cards entirely. Flinch is only the Yanked form of the Chinese game of "fan tan," which is said to be the mo3_i /seduptive and degrading game olej^apee known. t<> the heathen C*)inef afand. he is an adept In gamb- lipg^Aeaumseh News, Brittoa, who formerly owned all. th/land on which the village of Bfit- tpa is" located, put a'clause in' each eed.iyhen he sold a lot, that there should be no beer?, wine or liquor sold there. He has thus prevented a bar or saloon being opened in the village. When he sold a, lot foe school purposes he neglected to insert that clause, and when the^ school lot was offered for sale he allowed a man to buy it who will start a saloon. Some of th& people seem to think the town will grow faster after that.—Manchester Enterprise. A curious wreck occurred on the Michigan Central near the Peninsular mill Tuesday morning. An empty ear, somewhat antiquated and belonging to a southern road, was sandwiched in the center of a long freight train- between two heavily loaded cars. When the air brakes were put on preparatory to the train's entering the yards, the sudden pressure caused the car to collapse and it .was speedily smashed to kindling mood, the car behind it also suffering from the impact. Trains were switched over onto the other track so traffic was not stopped, although it took several hours to clear away the debris.—Ypsilantian. Pat Keeley of Palmyra, started out Tuesday with his daughter, expecting to attend a weading at Jackson. They went to Adrian to take the train, and were to visit a friend in the city during the wait. Pat went down town, and became so interested with his friends that he forgot all about the wedding, and according to the.Telegram, got so full of bug juice that he unhitched some One's horse and drove around town several hours and then when he drove into a yard the officers were notified. They sent him home on an electric car and took care of the horse till they found it belonged to Stanley Gander who lives near Carpenter's hill. The daughter kept waiting.—Clinton Hocal. 0 Bobbed tbe Grave. A startling incident, is narrated by John Oliver of Philadelphia, as follows: "I was in an awful condition. My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue coated, pain 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 gi-eat joy, the first bottle made, a decided improvement. I continued their use for three weeks, and am now a woll man. I know they robbed the grave of another victim." No one should fajl to try them. Only 50 cents, guaranteed, at Weinmann & Matthews drug store. Ten thousand applications for patents are held up in the United States Patent Office on account of informal presentation or unskillful prosecution. C. A. Snow & Co., Patent Lawyers of Washington, make a specialty of 3uch cases, fees moderate and contingent on success. An Easy Time For Mothers. Zoa Phora Believes All Pain and Suffering and Hakes the Boadfor Mothers Smooth. 01SFRU LINE! are now complete. We are now prepared to show the largest and most complete line of Hart, Schafliher & Marx Suits, Top Coat3 and. Rain Coats we haye ever offered, comprising the latest and snappiest pstterns and fabrics. Remember the H., S. & M. straight front Sack and Varsity is a new design in Spring Suits, selling from §14.0.0 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 lit, style and quality that other makers do not have. They are priced from $10 to $18. ' .. * * Our lines of Spring Shirts, Neckwear, Hosiery, Fancy Vests, Hats and Caps are the largest we haye ever offered. C. S. WORTHY & GO. gi UMBRELLAS ±0:2? Men and Women An extraordinary fine assortment of Ladies' Umbrellas, each one different, no two alike, $1.00 to $2.50. One of them -would make yonr wife and sister an elegant and appropriate present. Umbrellas for men—many different styles to choose from, 50e to $2.50. " CHILDREN'S CLOTHING It gives us much pleasure to hear the many kind words- spoken relative to our Children's Clothing. It is not now necessary to go to the "City" in order to buy fine and exclusive ready-to- wear apparel for your children. ¥e can please the most critieal-at least we beg an opportunity. The prices $1.00 to $5.00. Many handsome suits $2.50 to $3,50. YOURS FOR G-OOD CLOTHING- Nissly Clothing Co, "Trial Bottle Free to Every Woman. Tho freedom and relief from pain and suffering that Zoa Phora has brought to women during childbirth alone Is enough to render it the greatest blessing of the age to-women. In addition to this it cures all irregularities of the sex, misplacements, suppressed and painful periods, leucorrhea, piles, kidney, bladder and liver troubles and regulates the change of life. Zoa Phora makes the ehangef rom maidenhood to -womanhood safe and easy and is a matchless remedy for young girls during this critical period of their lives. The women of America endorse and -praise Zoa Phora. AU women can seenre perfect heal th and happiness who wiU use Zoa Phora. All who have used it are now rejoicing In these blessings astheirwordsofpraiseandgratitudaprove. The following letter is only one of thousands which we receive: Mrs. G.H. Clark, Box 365, lake View, Mich., saysi "I wish to say a-few words of praise for Zoa-Phora, as it is certainly the best medicine I have ever used for women's troubles. I have suffered with leucorrhea for seven years, and I also fell causing misplacement, from which I suffered for five years. I had a six months' birth, which nearly caused death, and ever since I have been sickly. -'last Christmas one of Dr.Pengelly'abodks, •Advice to "Women,' came within my reach, and so highly recommended Zoa Phora, that I decided to try a bottle, and have found the very, best of results. February 22d I gave birth to a little girl, and she is strong and smart, and I am in the best of health I have had for over seven, years, all from tbe use of Zoa Phora. I will say anyone who is troubled in like manner or expecting confinement-.should take Zoa Phora, and ltwillcertalnly be of great benefit to them. I know it makes childbirth much easier than without it." Write the Zoa Phora Co.,-Kalamazoo, BUeh., forafree trial bottle and copyof their illustrated medical book, '-'Dr. Pengelly's Advice to "Women."'The doctor will give gladly free special ■advice when needed. Zoa Phora Is for sale at Sl.ooa.bottleby . ' . Wlieeler-ftPhanaacy. DRESS PATTERN The Largest Exhibit of Dress Patterns FRIDAY and SATURDAY * that has ever been offered to 'the- trade j[in this city. These goods will be in Lawns, Batiste, Challies, Dimities, Ginghams, Percales, Imported novelties and Mercerized Oxford patterns, representing $1000 worth of goods. Ladies, make an effort to call and examine this line. Come prepared to buy for warm weather will soon be here. J^This is a splendid opportunity to make a good selection at the Bottom Price. Come early _ and get first choice. I will pay 15c for eggs," 18c fpr choice butter. We appreciate your patronage.. S. T^FAIfiBANK V -'♦, .~ J- ^, <■- > „ >- ;-"ii& 'J.-.V.
|Title||1904-04-28; 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;|
|Copyright Permission||This material is in the public domain.|