1904-09-29; Saline Observer
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^^^^^^^^^^^^^^4 i * ■ IE- ■k- . ~. .a. . A- I* , .' r •■". L: J. WARREN, Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW'CO., MICH., THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 29. 1901. VOL. XXIV.-NO. 50 J" art oil's *. were never prettier, good quality'aud 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 businessiu '$- Get first choice. " Last year's stock all closed out, a big new line Just in, from §2.00 to §25.00 a piece. All summer goods at bargain prices. Take the car and see what "we can do for you." Silk and Wool Crepe de Chine-Black $r.oo Quality 89c $1.15 $1.00 $1.25 $1:05 $1-50 $1*3° A Sue 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 SI 25 48 inch S2.00 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 35e. Remnants of silk, all qualities at 25c per yard. avis & Kishlar VEGETABLE e SICILIAN Renews the hair, makes it new again, restores the freshness. Just! what you need if your hair is faded or turning gray, for it alv/ays B restores the color. Stops falling hair, also.'-'-g'SfflasSi: iclj-pra* cead £1.00 io Ka-*baa,N.il. fimi sell # fESweepss? Westward the orb. of glory takes Its way, Wisconsin is the slate, you ht ar everybody sny,. [• V mad** itstilf famous by one great si ride; /~ Rocky Mountain Tea lina made its name worid wide. W )>• -( Ipi-'s Pbarniiic-y eje.ee in Heaifii and B@gufy, Zoa Phora Gives Perfect Health and Health Means Beauty for "Worn- en—They All Rejoice in its Wonderful Work. PIKke your Floors Bloom with Richardson's Siiperlative Carpets Id i Fop-Sale by Trial Bottle "free to Every Woman. There is only one thing for a weak and suffering woman to do and that is to nsa Zoa Phora. It makes no difference how many remedies you have tried or how many doctors have treated you that failed, Zoa Phora cures these eases one and all. Thotisands upon thousands of letters from suffering women throughout the land prove this, so that none can tail to be convinced. It is the greatest blessing of the age for suffering; women. It cures all Irregularities, misplacements, painful and suppressed periods, makes childbirth easy, cures liver, bladder and kidney troubles and regulates tho change of life. It will bring Joy and Ileal th and happiness to any suffering woman just as it has always doifo and never failed to do. Miss Florabe" Blessing, 219 "VT. Lincoln St., Kokomo,Ind.,says: "lean truly say that Zoa Phora bas completely cured me of my awful suffering; I am perfectly regular now and I don't suffer at all at that time. I do not bave ovarian pain any more, and the leucorrhea has entirely disappeared. I feel better now than I have in four years, and I know that it was Zoa Phora that cured me, and ft will cure others If "toured me, because I know that nobody can suffer any more than I did, for I suffered death over and over. I would not be without Zoa Phora, for it is indeed' "Woman's Friend.' "I wiU say that whoever don't believe Zoa Phora is a good medicine for women to take, they don't know what they are talking about, and whoever don't believe this statement, let them please write to me and I will certainly tell them the same, if they will send addressed stamped envelope. I will answer any one who wants to write and'fmd out If it is so. "Toucan use mynamein any .way that will help you with your medicine, and I will be glad to have you do so." "Write the Zoa Phora Co., Kalamazoo, Mjch., for a free trial bottle and copy of their illustrated medical book, "Br, Pengelly's Advice to women." The doctor will gradly give free special advice when needed. Zoa Phora is for sale atSl.oo a bottle by. ■» . Wheeler's Pharmacy. Washtenaw fair this week. There were forty deaths in aaw county during- August. Edward Walker, mayor of Ann Arbor eleven years ago, died Friday.' . Ann Arbor lias no woman 00 its school board, the first time in twelve years. Hon. Henry G. Smith o£ Adrian, wa- married last week Tuesday to Miss Grace V. Bassett of Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Whiting oE Ann Arbor, celebrated their -golden wedding anniversary last week by atrip to the St. Louis exposition. The civic association of Ypsilanti, are after the w-jeds and cess pools about that city. It looks as it they had "obs that will last them until show flies before they get through.-—Ex. Cbelsea turns out on a sunny day about the smartest lot of femininity it's my luck lo meet in my little circle. It tells its own story wben young men come from different places to get wives.—Ex. Bert Farrington, who shot his wife's paramour at Adrian and was sentence'd to three years in Jackson prison for manslaughter, has gained six months for good behavior and been released and is now at his home in Milan.—Ex. Dr. R. Bishop Canfield of New York City, was appointed professor of diseases of the ear, nose and throat, aud Dr. Walter R, Parker" of Detroit, was made professor of diseases of the eye by the U. of M. board of regents last week. School in the Raymond district in Raisin township, has been abandoned for the fall and winter terms at least, On account of the small number of pupils there— only three, and these entered the Tecumseh school this week. Tecumseh News. Petersburg has voted to give a site of 17 acres of land and a bonus of "55,- 000 for the location of the power house, car barns and power house of the Ohio & Michigan electric road. Work will begin at once on the erection of the plant.—Tecumseh News. A company of young ladies composed of those svho i/amped at Cayanaugh Lake, enjoyed a watermelon feed at the home of Miss Pearl Stephens Wednesday evening, the melons having been purchased with a dollar two members of the party fouud at the lake.— Grass Lake News. The admission to the ball games at Onsted is 10 cents a couple, provided the couple comprises a gentleman and lady. If two men go together, it is 20 cents. Two ladies go iu free. Now, if women voted they would have to plank idown the ea-rh for a bail game, same as a horrid man.—Adrian Press. A Mr. Gay lord of near Willlamaton recently visited the fait* at St. Louis, Mo., and after seeing the sights of the pike and other places ou the fair grounds he deliberately sailed forth and bought a carload of mules and shipped them home. We wonder what his neighbors have heen doing to him to have such a torture inflicted upon them.—Standard. Jonesville citizens voted to buy two acres of land adjoining the school house for a playground for the- pupils. We are inclined to believe this "is a proper educational movement and a good investment. Now, if they do noi go to work aud fill it with "Keep off the grass"' signs, the kids will be able to get some practical henefit from it Set apart a strip around the whole piece, and let the children have flower beds.—Adrian Press. The city board of education Ihsi night awarded the contract for ihe new city clock to the E. Howard Clock Company of Chicago for §1100. The company will furnish a clock as good as the old, which they also made, with illuminated dials and in addition an illumination regulator and a hoard in- closure about the clock works, and put the clock in place. The board has evidently made a good bargain. Work on the tower began to-day.—Ypsilantian, There is a curious coincidence in the appointment of Rev. Eugene Allen from Preston M. E, church to Ypsilanti and of Rev. W. E. Burnett of Monroe, to Preston. It is well, known that Rev. Allen" succeeds his father, Rev. C. T. Allen, in Ypsilanti, hut not so many people know that Rev. Burnett, in assuming charge at Preston, becomes pastor of a church over which has father once ministered. Rev. Burnett was formerly pastor of the Metho- dis't church at Weston. Rev. Allen is a twin brother of Rev, Clarence Allen, who occupied the Presbyterian pulpit last Sunday and is a relative of Dr. M. Allen of thi3 city.—Adrian Times. Children Still. "We seek no more a daily prize, Nor triumph in our dreams, So changed the lustre .of the skies. So faint and few the gleams. Tet comes anew, -when others play. That unforgotten thrill. And are we dull and old to-day. Or only children still? "We loved the battle once, but now We are not overbold, There's wisdom on tlie weary brow And in our hearts the cold. Xet in the "u?ht of eager eyes * "We lose the wintry chill, And then we are not overwise, But simple children still. The visions of our glorious youth Have faded long ago; "We hope no more to find the truth. And should w* care to know? Not ours to scale the viewless height. But there's a purple hill, And- still wo gladden at the sight And climb as children still. How much of all the good we planned Is perfect or begun? Who watched the lifting of God's hand, And waits for "lis "well done"? But when the children whom we love The good we mlseed fulfill. Thank God our hearts prevail to prove The hearts f children still. —Hu?h Macnaughton, in London Saturday Review. Special Train for Hillsdale Fair. October 5, 0, 7 the Lake Shore Ry. will run special trains to Hillsdale and return, and sell tickets at low rales. Special will leave Saline at 7:28 a. m. Returning leave Hillsdale 5:25 p. m. See hand bills. 50 Red a Favorite Flag- Color. Red seems to be the most popular of national colors, if flags may be used as criterions. Of the twenty-five lead?" ing national flags nineteen have Ted in them. The same cannot be said of any other color. The chief flags that are marked with red are those of the United States, England, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Spain, Denmark,- Belgium, Sweden. Switzerland. Turkey, Mexico, Chile, Portugal, and Venezuela. 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. 35c. Tea or tablet form. Wheeler's Pharmacy CASTORIA! Bears the ____>_?'-tie ^mi ^w Ha,B A'-,a),S ^^ D&B LINE. tf ust Two ___ iETWEE DETROIT& BUFFALO. *sffiriM&a&r co. THE LAK*£ AND RAIL ROUTE WORLD'S FAIR, SIiLOUIS DAILY SERVICE, MAY 26th Improved E tpress Service (It hours) Between DETROIT and BUFFALO Leave DETROIT Daily' - 4.00 P. M. Arrive BUFFALO " - 7.30 A. M. Connect"nB-«"Ih Earliest Trains for ollPouitsinKW TORK, PESSSlXVASIi and SEW ENGLAND STATES. Leave B-SFFALO Daily - S.3g P. M. Arrive D ETROIT " - 7.30 A.M. ConnwtL-i-r -mth FastErpress Trains for WOKLD'S Fill*. ST. I.OTIIS »na TIIE WEST, mth D. & C X. Co. for MiekWae Itfaad ana KortBM-ii Michigan ttesorts. Rate between Detroit ana Buffalo SS.SO one Tray, SC.50T0inia.trip. Bertha.Sl.00, *1.50j Staterooma $2.50 ca ch direct-on. . __ _, . Send So Stamp World's Fair Illustrated Pamphlet. Send le Stamp Tourist Pamphlet Rates. r 0RAIUTICKETS HONORED ON STEAM ER»_r First<la£&,<Sec---H^laS9hT<>urist,Special,- Convention! (World's Fair/St. Txjufe) reaainp; via. Grand Trunk Ry. or Hichipan Central By. between BUFFALO and DETROIT -WiU be acoiptea tart A, A.8cka.*,e.8.A .Trans-^rtxtk>noaD.*B.Stms.i£.r.if.,2)«tr«*^ficl.< The New COLLEGE BRAND Clothes for Fall and Winter 1904 and 1905 are ou display, come and see what Tip-to-date hand tailored styles are, "big shouldered, tight collared, unbreakable front coats, extremely loose pants. E.I..B.&CO. MINCOriTS Fine all wool fabrics made rainproof, and cut in the very latest styles, a dressy serviceable overcoat for general -wear and to keep you dij in the rain. -1 C. S. WORTLEY & CO. Copyright 1904 by Hart Schaffner fc? Marx Just as soon as you decide that you want the best clothes your money will buy, head yourself for. our store" an,d keep your feet working until you get here. - We'll show you business suits such as you see in the cut here. And if- you don't like that style, we'll show you one you do like. We've got the right clothes far \ you. The. Hart, Schaffner "and Marx label is in them. J& ' A small thing to look for, a big thiug to find. You'll find it by looking for it here. It's like finding Clothes—money. You get so much for your dollars here. H., S. & M. Suits—S15.00 to $18.00. « Other good makes S5.00 to S15.00- A good time to make a selection now while the stock is complete. YOUiRS FOR GOOD 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, alsp our line is complete in leather and rubber goods, fall' flannels, outings, etc., etc. --1 * - ■* ■-, »>-ir* ■ -<m S. T. F >;: >**ft_r;'-' ■V- 9. IRBAJSK'
|Title||1904-09-29; 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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