1904-12-01; Saline Observer
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, Inn mm Ti - Mtit. V". *-'- .-I.-' <vmr~ :M:;~im^mtm^^SmA9jimim%»!^miM.M, ■l*,,ai^^*^*^^^^^^^P?*^P^^^^^S *£:•■ "''-.At- . •/" lf*SM 4. J. WARBEN, Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY DECEMBER 1 1901. VOL. XXV.---N0.7, ife * Our Specialties American Lady" Oorsets. "Black Cat'*? Hosiery. "Mentor" Winter Underwear. "Standard" Muslin Underwear. "Mendel" Wrappers. W« are exclusive agents In Ypsilanti for the abo-re well known gopdi. New Dress Goods. New Furs. . New Cloaks. New Trimmings and Laces. Our »tbre in fuller than ever of first class goods. W.H, Sweet & Son "ITIFSIILi j^lsTTI Holiday Opening Saturday, December 3. Oar fine stock of Holiday Specials will be on display and we want eyery ong to come. You will bee uteri ained. A special new feature of our Holiday business will be the sale of SHEET MUSIC. Wo haye a very large assortment of tho latest ond most popular compositions of the day, any selection that can be found in Detroit, you can get here. The department will be in charge of competent person? and any piece of music that you may select wiil be rendered for you on a fine piano. Saturday, December 3 and every week day thereafter un til Christ- mat. Eye. We don't expect you to purchase goods every time you come to the store. People are looking these days, will be glod to have you come any day and every day, we will entertain you. If you wish to purchase anything we are here to sell it, you may be sure of that, Davis & Kishlar A. C. Clarke Furniture Dealer and Funeral Director "Watch this space for next week when we will offer you some big bargains in Candies and fruits for Christmas. •ir. T. FAIRBANK EIGHB0RH00D NEWS * Haaamingj of Innnot Gatbtnd for tba Hint/it of Our *"R«orftnr. Mrs. Adelaide Snyder of Chelsea, died last week, aged 65 years. The Royce store at Hamburg is now vacant for the first time in sixty years. Joseph D. Cook,'one of Dundee's oldest citizens, died last week, aged 91 years. After to-day Ann Arbor grocers and butchers will close their places of business at six o'clock. John Kress, a former well known farmer of Freedom, died in Ann Arbor last week, aged 69 years. Cassius M. Warner of Ypsilanti, is to he the under sheriff when P. P. Newton takes his office January first. J. E. Baker, who is 76 years old, has just finished building a 13 foot square coal and woodhoose, without any assistance whatever. He cut the logs for the job on his larm, and hauled them to town." Mr. Baker has yet to wear his first pair of oye-glasses, and is one of our vigorous, old settlers.— Carieton Times. Blesged is the poor man. Pick-pockets don't hother him, nobody tries to borrow from him, and no one asks him to indorse a note; he is neither robbed nor harassed hy litigation; burglars never invade his premises, and he sleeps in peace, when he dies nobody questions his will or attempts to steal his body.—Enterprise. The mayor of Ann Arbor has issued an order that all slot machines in the city must be taken out of commission, on penalty of confiscation for the machines and arrest for the owners. The order includes every contrivance which offers a chance, taking in th,e penny machines in salopns. whose stake ia a cigar,, and the, nickel machines in drug stores whjch give at least one cigar, with a bonus if the player is lucky.— Standard. A year ago this morning the thermometer stood at 7 degrees above zero. This is the record of Emmett Wine gar, who for ' many years has kept a careful diary. - "Yesterday a year ago," said Mi. Winegar, "the thermometer stood at twelve degrees above zero, ahd I thjjnlr we h.aU our first snow stp,rm,. \ th.ink we had our >f*,rst s^o.w fcwft days after' the big thunder, storm, whioh was on November 16. This weather does not seem much like that of a year ago."—Times of November 19. When the old Lake Shore pay car completes its present trip it will be taken to the "bone yard," and will go out of commission. The Lake Shore will in the future adopt a new method of paying and will send, checks to. the men through the vano-HS dapur-ttnents. When thii tf4fl ia completed Jared Hinclfley, who for 51 years has beeu chief paymaster, will discontinue his trips over the road and will devote his time to issuing checks and verifying the pay roll. Mr. Einckley is the first and only chief paymaster the Lake Shore road ever had, and 51 years ago he made his initial trip over the road in a handcar. '* During his incum- brency of office he has handled, a. gum. of money that would saggar, people to contemplate, and has traveled miles beyond the comprehension of the ordinary man.-^Adrian Times. Fight "Will Be Bitter. Those who will persist in closing their ears against the continuous recommendation of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, will have a long and bitter fight with their troubles, it not ended earlier by fatal termination. Read what T. R. Beall of Beall, Miss., has to say: "Last fall my wife had every symptom of consumption. She took Dr. King's New Discovery after eyerytqing else vbad failed. Improvement came at once and four bottles entirely cured her." Guaranteed by Weinmann & Matthews Druggists. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free. Ayer's One dose of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral at bedtime prevents night coughs of children. No croup. No bronchitis. A Cherry Pectoral doctor's medicine for all affections -of the throat, bronchial tubes, and lungs. Sold for over 60 years. "I have nied Ayei's CherrrPectoral in my family for eight Tears. Thereis nothing equal to it for cougha and cnlds, especially for chil- dien."— Mbs. W.*H. Bbyjcbb, Shelby, Ala. 2Sc., 50c, $1.00. j.o. ATBRCO. All druggistB. e^..m Xowell. Mass. for Night Coughs Keep the bowels open with one of Ayer's Pills at bedtime, Just one. Homeward BotuMf. n*b«r« ia a« avrrow asyvtera, Or care, or seta. Tn« atlnglaf hail Baata oa war faces Ufea a. Bail. Oram wMjSr avli a*jarr» th*raa, An* all tb* atom-fahit* "xonJjati* Max*— nfuiBbtha -atea. «5a roaiifEe sea, AnA caavaa aaBawa to be free, * whine, plaska craa*—I only smHe, ham* oar keal creeps mile an. mile. I bend above the -wUrltsc "frbeeJ With Vugs beaotabed. bat happy face. -Mat m m wild saa-Wraea race, ums.9 a-a ta aam* esc* twaaatac *»ra<*». Oar alip beneath mm lOUaspS^ mT Dreanlnex I aaa the soaeTclos clouds, ' mas* in the forward shro«4s, tbe tosa* waves topped witb Yet bead flham net; I'tn golds home. rbUy ©or Wbrthera stars draw ai£h, *" Souther* constellaUooa sink. __ we sbatl see alone- tae brink __ these celd sees Fire Island Wink Its welcome in tbe froaty star. Bej-ood tbat light, beyond tbe clow Ot our Brest olty spread below, Ttjins «res new wait to welcome me Back wbere my heart has longed to be. —La. Tronic Tooker. A Frightened Horse, Running like mad down the street dumping- the occupants, or a hundred other accidents, are every day occurrences. It behooves everybody to have a reliable Salve handy and there is none as good as Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Burns, Cuts, Sores, Eczema and PileB, disappear quickly under its soothing effect. 25c, at Weinmann & Matthews' Drug Store. Subscribe for the OBSERVER New Trains on the Ann Arbor. Qn December 5 the Ann Arbor R. R. will put on an additional train in each direction between Owosso and Toledo making three trains each way between the points named. The new train southbound will leave Owosso 6:00 a. m. passing Ann Arbpr at 8:06 a. m. and arrive Toledo 9:38 a. m. The new train northbound will leave Toledo 7:00 p. m. passing Ann Arbor at 8:26 p. m. and arrive Owosso 10:30 p. nd. Removes the microbes which impoverish the blood and circulation. Stops all trouble that interferes with nutrition. Tbat's what Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea will do. 35c. . Tea or tablet form.- Wheeler's Pharmacy Roast Monkey. The savage tribes in the intsrior of Brazil are exceedingly fond of roast monkey. Humboldt estimated tiat one small tribe of 200 Indians «onauia«a over 1,200 monkeys during a year. It ia said that until recently ■monkey meat was for sale in the butcher shops of Rio Janeiro. Mr. Wallace, when in the Amazon region, had a monkey cut up and fried for breakfast. The flesh somewhat resembled rabbit in flavor, and had no unpleasant or peculiar taste. The New COLLEGE BRAND Clothes for Fall and Winter 1904 and 1905 are on display, come and see what up-to-date hand tailored styles are, big shouldered, tight collared, unbreakable front coats, extremely loose pants. E. x,. B.& Co. . RAINCOATS Fine all wool fabrics made rainproof, and cut in the very latest styles,, a dressy serviceable over- si coat for general wear and to keep you dry, in the rain. G. S. WORTLEY & CO. Commencing Saturday, December 10,1904. Lasting Ten Days. Here's your This season we have met disaster in the form of a heavy overstock due not to unwise buying but to unseasonable weather which has minimized your wants. * Our stock must be reduced. Consequently this opportunity to buy the best of winter merchandise at prices unknown to you at this season of the year. j For 10 days only we will give you your choice of any suit or overcoat in the store at a discount of 10 per cent from the regular selling price. This includes the EL, S & M. as well as other reliable makes. \ Specials Choice of 50 Suits formerly sold at S12.00 to 315.00 owing to broken sizes, in other words odds and ends, we will make them all just §10.00. Your pick of 50 suits that were good values at $8.50 to S10 0.0, some of the styles didn' t sell, others are odd sizes, now you may take them at $6.75, Customers take no risk in buying from us. Amply proved by our readiness to refund money. o*n all unsatisfactory purchases.- Everything marked in plain figures. yright 1904. _, c"-**Marr Copyrignt j Hart Schaffner YOURS FOR GOOD CLOTHINGr Nissly Clothing Go WANTED Men and women in Ibis county and adjoining territories, to represent and advertise an old-established house of solid financial standing. Salary to men $21 weekly, to women $12 tq $18 weekly with expenses aftvapced each Monday by check; direct from headquarters. Iforse and buggy furnished when necessarv* position permanent. Address, Blew Bros. & Co., *Japt. B .Monon Bldg. Chicago, IU. 47 If you haven't time to prepare Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea, it is now made in tablet form^alao. Get a package already in use. Makes you well; keep you well. 35o. Wheeler's Pharmacy DONT Be.Fooledj Tako the genuine, oriclaai BPCKY MOUNT**!-* TEA Made only by Madlaon Medi- ..clSa, jCo.is-8adU3nT'"«;i«- R ?l£eWTysa :%TI. .Our trade ■writ-cut"oa each package. Price, 33 cents. Never soli in bulk. Accept no aubaU« tot*. Aakyaor dtogJUt. srvear Full Line of Hosiery in Fleeced Lined and Woolen Bed Blankets and Comfortables at the lowest price Chas. Burkhart: 4 1 Old Papers at tMs office: . . -*?*-. *v\ iJW ft. __Jry_£».*aa«:'.
|Title||1904-12-01; 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.|