1904-12-22; Saline Observer
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^wpipippll^p ?■•*>* **'V3k\t9![iymX!*?,'+*lifw-1 Salin 4.. J. Warren, Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, IS04. YCL 3XV.--JSO.10 ©ur Specialties "American Lady" Corsets. "Black Oat" Hosiery. "Mentor" Winter Underwear. "Standard" Muslin Underwear. "Mendel" Wrappers. Tf • ar« exclusive agents in Ypsilanti for the above well known goods. New Dress Goods. New Furs. New Cloaks. ' $"§w Trimmings and Laces. OnVstore is fuller than ever of first class good*. . H. Sweet & Son -"""•"""FSIIi -^2sTTI Holiday Opening Saturday, December 3. Our fine stock of Holiday Specials will be on display and we want eyery one to come. "H"cm will Tie entertained. A special new feature of our Holiday business will be the sale of SHEE T MUSIC. We haye a very large assortment of the 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 com- ^ petent person? and any pieco of music that you may select will be rendered for you on a hne piano. Saturday, December 8 and every week day thereafter until Christ- mass Eye. We don't expect you to purchase goods every time you come to the store. Beople are. looking these days, will be glod to haye you come any day and every day, we will entertain you. If you wish to purchase anything we are hsce to sell it, you may be sure qf that, Davis & Kishlar <=---" When you are looking for Christmas Presents Remember tliat has a full line of Rockers, Bugs- Screens, Center Tables, Book Cases, Music Cabinets, Couches, Carpet Sweepers and all other articles found in an up-to-date Furniture Store. Call and see them. t 'BWTT H SAGINAW ■X,..*'-'*^ « ALT HARDEN IN THE Barrel o± F. D. FORD 3, x EIGHBORHOOD NEWS *[ Happenings qf Interest Gathered for. tbe "Benefit of Our "Readers. Ypsilanti has another case of smallpox. Dexter is making another effort to secure an electric road. Mrs Kalhyrn Andres of Ann Arbor, died last week, aged 65 years. Wm. H. Allen of Britton, died last week aged 66 years. He was a veteran of the civil war. The estate of the late F. B. Campbell of Freedom, will have to go begging for heirs, as it is claimed that he died with no Known heirs. Miss Alice E. Lamo, a Roliin fccbool teacher, has had one of her pupils arrested for using abusive and obscene language. The boy was too hig 'other lo manage.—Tecumseh News. Foster Rowe has lately been killing' cattle fatted on his farm and peddling the beef out in the village, and was recently made to paj a license of SI 00. At the council meeting Monday evening it was found that the charge was not legal, and the money has been returned to him. A farmer has a perfect right to peddle the product of his farm anywhere and any time without license.—Stockbridge Brief. Talk about old things, Fred Rowe. brought a copper teakettle into the Enterprise office a few days ago, which he, claimed was 175 years old., ft had been in the family for many generations and was used by one of the family who was captain of a noat on the Hudson river, but we are not certain that it was a steam hoat, though the kettle is evidently a steamer. The ancient relic is apparently good for use for many generations and may yet he as valuable to him as amalgamated.— Manchester Enterprise. A Northville man gets hot these cold mornings, because someone mil Us his cow for him. He would not care if the "willing worker" _;>would leave the milk ?at the house', but he does nothing of the kind.-' And the loser of the milk does**not wake up eavlv enough to catch the fellow, and the cow makes po objections for as long as she is in,'tne milky way, it matters little "'who reaps the harvest. The question is, whether it is a case of burglary, robbery or embezzlement. The owner of the cow is undecided whether to padlock the door, watch all night, or try some udder plan to prevent the loss of his milk.—Ex. Fg*g^*r2*^gav5*atgjg«*jagiigsg7Tyjra^f» « n i' i imti " You can hardly find a home without its Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Parents know what it does for children: breaks ctoral up a cold in a single night, wards off bronchitis, prevents pneumonia. Physicians advise parents to keep it on hand. " The "best couph medicine monev can tuy js Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. For the coughs of children nothing conldiio!=sibly*je hetter." Jacob Shdx.l, Saratoga, too. "2Se.,50e.,Sl-00. J All druggists. for J. O. AVER CO., Xowell. Mass. j Throat, Lungs jiasasasasEaaasi*!*?: Aver's Pills greatly aid the Cherry Pectoral In breaking up a cold. 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, if 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 everytqing else bad failed. Improvement came at once and four bottles entirely cured her.*' Guaranteed by Weinmann & Matthews Drujrgists. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free. .• UNJUST PENSIONS. I noticed by the papers the other day that a b"ll has been introduced in Congress tp giye the telegraphers, who"were such dur|ng the civil war, a p,ensip_n. Better- pension all of us, Uncle Sam, and make a clean job of it. Honest, now, I don't see how any fool lawmaker could be prevailed on to in troduCe such a bill. Why 'pension them any more than any other class of civilians. Itis all right to pension the valiant men who marched to tbe front and saw actual service, even though he may not have heen so fortunate (*:>.) as to have been hit by a stray confederate bullet or contracted so.bfte obstinate disease while atj the ijrp,n,tl hut I. think tlie line o\i_ght to, he drawn there and a kno.ttiiediQit.su it would never slip by,'' If the truth were known there are some "'stay at homes'' who never en listed that are more deserving of a pension than some who did enlist but were never outside the state and weren't within 200 miles or more of a battle. Then how would Unci?, isam 'have carried on the war "ind oiled the government machinery if it had not been fQr. thn stay-at-homes? They were just as important in their place as those who went to the front. The brave fellows who marohed to the front aqd were a target for the "Johnnies" deserve a pension, for they only receivod the munificent (?) salary of S13 a month, while the lightning slingers drew from ?60 to S100 a month sitting in their comfortable offices. It is claimed that there are only a few operators living who would be entitled to the pension, but the principle is there just the same and it would be established a yery bad precedent to let the bars down in this instance.— Union-Record. The Nest. 1 "unit mv nest hy a pleasant stream Tl).*>t glided on with a smile in Us gleam Bringinc me gold that was sumless; Ah me! but the floods came drowning one * day. And swept my nest with its wealth away; I In the world was homeless! I bv:ilt mv nest in a gay green tree, Ar-1 the summer of life went n.errily- • "WU1. us! we were hirds of a feather! But he leaves soon fell, and my pretty ones flew, 'And th oi'gh my- nest the hitter winfis hlew*- ■Twas hare in the wildest weather. I lniilt my nest under heaven's high eaves, "So rising of floods, no falling of leaves. Can m'ick my heart's endeavor; Waters may wash, and breezes may , blow. In the **osom of Rest I shall smile. I shall know My nest is safe foievqr. —G. "Uassey. New Trains on the Ann Arbor. On 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 O.wosso ftOft a. m. passing Ann Arbor at S:06 a. m. and arrive Toledo 9:S8 a. m. The new train northbound will leave Toledo 7:00 p. m. passing Ann Arbor at vS:26 p. m. and arrive Owosso 10:30 p m. . ANYBODY $8. ^ ittc3*£§S& l^.sti,c*5&?*::nijH;ethatJus choice cannot "be improved vi->zt. litre Js absolutely no guesswork about the "hTJiVKKSV* they look ri^ht because ^i «*< <* rl^ltt, and for their particular purposes are *^'ii.e;yxjie*u.eUed. Siotvonaer,then,that STEVENS EIFU3S, PISTOLS AIT33 SHOTGUNS I. v,cl ten au<tj-tcU in preference toaU others—thcworld ar^u*al *~ "'" ' Tfa JEwi You Have Always Bought STE-.y^Si FIREARMS are soJ&by all sportins goods and hardware dealers. ^Uk them tax oat mate—insist on getting it. Don't be futbS"-with something ** Just as good **. The tact that teVcns, Anns are guaicaxteed for quauttt should prompt you to be sure to specify this time- hoBored brand. Send two iic. stamps for Stevens Cook and Rifle Pnzzle.. J.STEVENS ARMS6TOQt, CO, P,0. Box 4092 Chicopee Falls. Mass.. U-. S. A* The New COLLEGE BRAIND Clothes for Fall and Winter 1904 and 1905 are on d splay, come and see what up-to-date hand tailored styles are, big shouldered, tight collared, unbreakable front coats, extremely loose pants. INGOTS E. I,. B.&. Co. - Fine all wool fabrics made rainproof, and cut in the very latest styles, a dressy serviceable overcoat for general wear and to keep you dry in the rain. C. S. WORTLEY & CO. -^ ill* Ed d if Whenever and wherever you meet people socially or in a business way, be sure your clothes are a credit to you; let the story they tell be in your favor rather than against you. There's no excuse for not having your clothes speak well for you, and no clothes you will eyer see will give you a better recommendation than our Hart, Schaffner & Marx fine suits and overcoats. There is a distinction of style about these famous clothes which you will not see in any other. They are finely handtailored and of the very best quality. We guarantee a fit. You can put them on and judge for yourself,, and we can promise you complete satisfaction in wear and in price. The- little label is in them. When you find it, you've found the best clothes your money will buy, A Few Hints for Christmas Shoppers Hart, Schaffner & Marx fine suits and overcoats 15.00 to 18.00. Other good makes 5.00 to 15.00. Children's suits and overcoats 1.50 to 5.00. Fur and Montana Coats 16.00 to- 26.00. Hats, Caps, Gloves, Mittens, Shirts, Sweaters, Underwear, Collars, Cuffs,. Mufflers, Trunks, Grips, Suit Cases, Neckwear, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Cardigan Jackets, Gollar Buttons, Cuff Buttons, Cuff Button sets Stick Pins, Watch Chains, Fobs, Umbrellas and many other articles of wearing appaiel that make handsome- and useful gifts. A Merry Christmas to all. YOURS FOR GOOD CLOTHING Nissly Clothing Co, ^ ** i v?^ "f *< ;"-*•- J 1 V yidLiSi Copyright I Hart Schatther 904 by er- Marx We have a good assortment to choose from. Bed Spreads Fascinators Kid G-loves Golf Gloves A fine line of Handkerchiefs at 15c, 25c and 30c. Chas, Burkhart. Mnffters Scarfs Hand Bags Towels -.1 Old Papers at tljis office.
|Title||1904-12-22; 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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