1904-09-15; Saline Observer
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•~iV- p"^'--*-^-*.*.**, The -/. A.. J. WAK-REN, Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW GO., MICH., THIJE8DAY SEPTEMBER 15, 1904. VOL. XXIV.-NO. 48 New Fall Goods Sweet & Son's art ^FsiL^zNtri DRESS GOODS were never prettier, good quality amd sensible styles. MOHAIR novelties are better styles than ever for Waists or Suits. We haye a first class dressmaking department, all work guaranteed. We do a big business in LADIES FURS Get -first choice. Last year's stock all closed out, a big new line just in, from $2.00 to 825.00 a piece. All summer goods at bargain prices. Take the car and see what we can do; tor yoii. 1 Some Dress i Silk and Wool Crepe de Chine—Black $i.oo Quality 8gc $1.15 " $i.oo $1.25 " $*-°5 $1.50, " $1.30 A fine grade in all the light shades, regular $1.00 quality at 89c. Fancy mixed Brilliantines for skirts and rain coats—High grade goods. 48 inch $1.75 cloths at $1.25 48 inch $2.00 cloths at $1.65 Silk Crapes, light colors, 22 inch widths, SOc grades at 15c per yard. 50c Wash Silks in Champagne and White at 35c. Remnants of silk, all qualities at 25c per yard. Davis & Kishlar EIGHBORHOOD NEWS A Happenings of Interest Gathered far toe "Benefit qf Oar "Readers. I wmf-mf gx mW W •#*% VEGETABLE SICILlAn HALLS Hair Renewer ^.splendid tonic for the hair, makes the hair erow lone and heavy, i&lwavs restores color to gray hair, all the dark, rich color of youth. itops7allinghair,aiso. Sold for fiftyyears. "•-,«ffii1.^ffiar1' B^"^^^-af^> Westward the orb of glory takes its way, Wisconsin is the slate, you hear everybody say, It's made itself famous by one great stride; "Rocky Mountain Tea lias made its name world wide. Wheeler's Pharmacy New Life and Health for Women. ■\ Bissell Carpet Sweeper M&ke your Floors Bloom with ^ichArdsoiVs Superl&tive C&rpets iff55 For Sale by &4L Zoa Phora Hakes Women Feel Young, Strong and Healthy and Gives Them the Glow and Bloom of Youth and Beauty. Trial Bottle "Free to Every lady. Zoa Fhora certainly does do wonders (or women. Every woman who bas tried it says so and tbere are multiplied thousands of them. From all parts and corners of the land come their words ol praise and joy and gratitude. Zoa Fhora has brought more lire and health to women, has relieved more pain and suffering and Slled more homes with, joy and happiness than all remedies and medicines and doctors combined. Their genuine letters ot thanksgiving and rejoicing prove It and prove It couclu- aively. Zoa fhora cures-alt forms of female diseases, misplacements, irregularities, suppressed and painful periods, flooding, plies, kidney, bladder and liver diseases and all the troubles that drag down the life qf women and make their lives a burden and a misery. You will rejoice as others now rejoice In perfect Health and happiness If you use Zoa Phora. . Mrs. Win. B. Knapp, 831E. 8th SI., Traverse City. Mich., says: " I write this hoping that It will be the means of helping some suffering sister who has any weakness or trouble peculiar to women. Seventeen years ago last fall I was taken sick abed with weakness, and was In bed all winter. Justassoonas I would getup I Would faint and fall. Three of the best doctors tn our town could nothelp me; then my husband wrote to that dear old Dr. Pengelly and he sent medicine and advice. The first dose helped me, and In one month I was up doing- my work after being sick in bed from the silt of November until the next Hay. The medicine he sent me was Zoa Phora, and If K hadn't been for dear old Dr. Pengelly and Zoa Fhora, I would not be here to write this.'" "Write the Zoa Fhora Co., Kalamazoo, Mich., for a free trial bottle and copy of their Illustrated medical book, »Dt. "Pengelly's Advice to Women." The doctor will gladly give free special advice when nteded. Zoa Fhora Ii for 33le at 11.00abottle by Wheeler's Pharmacy. The Chelsea schools bave an enrollment of 409. A big automobile factory is likely to locate at Ypsilanti. D. J. Benchboard and daughter Mrs. Edna Boies of Hudson, are taking a trip around the world. An exchange gives the definition for appendicitis as a "modern pain, costing about $200 more than the old-fashioned stomach acbe. One day last week a ball game was played at Chelsea between the Bloomer Girls and theJHfnior Stars, resulting in a victory for the girls, score 4to0. A lady riding a horse in clothespin styleis quite a novelty, and when such sight was witnessed in town yestefc- day, there was a lot of "rubbering."— Tecumseh News. Rev. C. T. Allen, D. D., for several years the pastor of the M. E. church of Ypsilanti will have to give up pastoral work on account of poor health at the end of his present year. The official board will ask the conference bishop to send Rey. Dr. Creighton of Batavia, N. Y., to fill the vacancy. During the progress of the ball game, Monday, considerable excitement was caused by Frank Haag suddenly being sick. He had several hemorrhages and it was sometime before he could be carried home. He had another hemorrhage that night and died on Wednesday.—Manchester Enterprise. A Chinaman attracted not a little attention on a Ypsi-Ann car last night from the fact that he wore in the lapel of his very American coat in the most approved manner a Masonic button. The man was questioned by the police, and said he was coming here lo visit his cousin.^ He spoke excellent English.—Ypsilanti Evening Press. The University of Michigan was again much in evidence at the Olympic games at St. Louis. Archie Hahn beat out the cracks of the world in the dashes, equaling Olympic records. Schule in' the hurdles, Rose in the -shot-put and hammer and Dovrak in lhe pole vault won, and broke records gulore.—Ex. The city police of Ypsilanti, made 20 arrests during the month of August. Of those arrested, 11 were Americans, 4 were Irish, 4 were Polish, and there wj.s one lone German. The colored population must be exceptionally good for there were no negroes in the lot. Seven of the arrests were for being drunk, five for violation of city ordinances, four for assault and battery, three for larceny and one for non-sup- porl.-*-Ex. C. F. Kapp, the new president of the creamery company, found that tho concern was mi/ch deeper in d"*bt iban he supposed. Tbe machinery, he s-ays, is in bad shape and must be repaired The-concern bas been running behind for some time, and he shut it down last Saturday night at least temporarily. The stockholders met at the factory yesterday and voted to make an assessment and pay op the $1800 indebtedness and put the machinery in good order.—Manchester Enterprise. An automobile, built with flanged wheels., made a trip over the Michigan Central from Detroit to Jackson one day last week- Civil Engineers Webb and Sharp were in the -big machine, which was operated by a chauffeur, and tbe journey was made as an experiment. The car runs on orders the same as tbe company s trains and made good time; These cars may solve the problem of cheap transportation for railway companies and be used to compete with electric railways. —Grass Lake News. Aid. Ainsworlh was given a surprise this morning and for a minute didn't know whether he was buying babies or wheat. A farmer named Miller drove in from near Plymoutb with a load of wheat, andyvhen Mr. Ains- worth went out to take a look at it, ^he jumped upon the wagon and pulled off the blanket that covered it. What was his surprise when the first thiug he saw was two little tots fast asleep between the bags, one about two and the other four years ^old. The father had put them there because it was cold driving.—Ypsilanti Evening Press. The vote on the bonding propositibn Monday was larger than a school elec tion generally calls out. The affirmative vote on the purebase of the Kinne property was 144 and the negative vote was 107. As it takes a two-thirds majority to carry, the proposition failed. The election of William Campbell and Mrs. Jennie B. Kinne as trustees was not contested, although Guy E. Davis, D. C. Griffiu and John P. Kirk received one or two votes each. At the annual school meeting the sum of S15,- 000 was voted, the extra hundreds in the estimate being withdrawn by the board.—Ypsilantian, John Kuster of Ypsilanti, has a coach dog four mouths old, which he trusts much more than he would a great many men. The latest feat of this intelligent animal occurred on Friday, when Mr. Dog was given an snvelo'pe containing §25 and a package of meat and immediately went to his home with the valuable package. The dog is accustomed to doing his owji marketing every day ani vvhen the necessity arose to send the money home his master, who was unable to take it himself, fearlessly trusted the amount to the dog, who took it safely clear across the city.—Ex. Mr. Ben D. Kelly oE Ypsilanti township, shipped an exhibit to the state fair at Pontiac yesterday which he hopes will be prize winners. Among the stock shipped was a herd of short horn Durham cattle, twenty thoroughbred Shropshire sheep and twelve or fifteen cages of poultry, including a number of fancy m-eeds. So far as is known this is the only exhibit of cattle and sheep which will be sent from this part, of the country, although it is understood that some other poultry fanciers in this vicinity will make exhibits, among whom will be E, B. Mc- Gaw, with his Cherry Red strain of S. C. Rhode Island Reds. Mr. Kelly's stock is in excellent condition and will probably be successful in winuing a prize.—Evening Press. To Make Soap From Tree. An enterprise in Algeria is to manufacture natural soap on a large scale from a tree known as "Sapindus util- is." This plant, which bas long been known in Japan, China and India, bears a fruit of about the size of a horse chestnut, smooth and round. The color varies from a yellowish green to brown. The inner part is of a dark color and has an oily kernel. The tree bears fruit in its sixth year and yields from 55 -to 220 pounds of fruit, which can easily be harvested. Mary—Sponge the pimples with warm water. You need a blood tonic, would advise you to take Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. It drives away all eruptions, form. 35c. Tea or tablet Wheeler's Pharmacy Foley's Kidney Cure makes kidneys and bladder rigbt. DAILY EXCURSIONS DETRviT FAMOUS St. Clair Flats Tashmoo Park Port Huron and TOLEDO On the magnificent steel steamers TASHMOO, GREYHOUND (tiewr and CITY OF TOLEDO Toledo and Return, every Sunday "Horning, 50c; Flats or Tashmoo and Return, Daily, 60c; Ft. Huron and Return, Sl.OO. Steamers leave Detroit for Flats, Tashmoo. Port Huron and "Way Forts Daily, 8.30 a. sr. and 2.30 p. m. standard time; additional steamer for Flats and Si, Clair week days at 3.30 P. K., returning arrive 8.15 a. m., 11.00 a. m. audS.30p.ar. Fassengerstakingafter- noon steamers to tie Flats nave ample time for fish supper and return on the Tashmoo at 8.30 p. M. Steamer for Toledo daily ;Ieave week days 4.30P.M. Sundays, 9.00 a. m. and soo p. m. * Telephone IIOO GRISWOLD ST. WHARF are now complete. We are now prepared to show the largest and most complete lino of Hart. Schaffner & Marx Suits, Top Coats Sand Rain Coats we haye over offered, comprising the latest and snappiest patterns and^fabrics. Remember the EL, S. & M. straight front Sack and Varsity is a new design in Spring Suits, selling from §14 00 to $20.00. The EL, S. & M. 82 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'Jand quality that other makers do not have. Xhey are priced from S10 to $18. Ouu lines of Spring Shirts, Neckwear, Hosiery, Fancy Vests, Hats and Caps are the largest we haye ever offered. . C. S. WORTLEY & CO. "3T*-ps*i-lai3D_-b±- C o p y r i g'h t 1904 by Hart Schaffner & Marx Just as soon as you decide that you want the best clothes your money will buy, head yourself for our store and keep your feet working until you get here. We'll show you business suits such as you see in th9 cut here. And if you don't like that style, we'll show you one you do like. We've got the right clothes for you. The Hart, Schaffner and Marx label is in them. A small thing to look for. a Ms thiug to find. You'll lind it by looking for it here. It's like finding Clothes—money. You get so much for your dollars here, H., S. & ftf Suits—$15.00 to S18.00. Other good makes S5.00 to S15.00. * A good time to make a selection now while the stock is complete. YOURS FOR G-OOD CLOTHING* Nissly Clothing Co. Just received another large line of the Princess Skirts They are beauties! and the price is the attractive part of it, also our line is complete in leather and rubber goods, fall • flannels, outings, etc., etc. S. T. FAIRBANK I j 1 Old Papers at this office. \ >j; ,sA..-tfe*V-fi> v v t'.
|Title||1904-09-15; 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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