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Adrian Daily Telegram (Newspaper) - July 3, 1901, Adrian, Michigan PRINTING requires tat fow We htve M jrour 1 pa jm torn in before placing yonr THE TELEORAn ADRIAN DAILY PUBLICITY u MCMMO mMk of bnl ud ftnraai nMkbw to IkCfHfKiMM al towert and ABlocrMMlK buiimm to bound follow uadw A PROGRESSIVE PAPER FOR THE LATEST LOCAL AND GENERAL Youll Like Our BAKING We have a knack for making bakery goods taste home Like to have you try our Phone us your street number and our wagon will stop at your JULY PRICE Two s Phone HUNGRY HALF STARVED PERHAPS FOLLOW THE CBOWDtTO MLLWS and cat one of those SUBSTANTIAL MEALS that yon hoar so mueh Prime Pork prepared in a dozen appetizing Side dishes include everything the market Good Reasonable LUNCHES AT HOURS OF THE DAY OR NIGHT ROLLINS 19 Miuroee The Time And Expense Saved by using Vapor Gasoline Stoves Leaves you eaough margin for other kitchen utensil See them at our ME The Glacier Line of Refrigerators are built look better add cost less than any other on the Taylor Dealers in Shelf and Heavy door to Nerve It presentday burdens of work upon the nervous trttem that tells the breaking op It tells why so many men and who to for as age la yean ls should be in the prime of find tbtm letting go of the the fte vitality they once It be that great motor power of the is Every organ de D its controlling power M peodf npon as the engine dej la put it Into An engine woal go without Neither will the the the the the itemich right without their proper nerve force Let uyorgaa be lacking tWe eneatUand trouble bttla soeM ef tbeai palpitating Keeplcii SwJden Iforcing Bnln iMbilitj to work or BxbeastlOB on Feed Uesof lesband Bactkd Utter but easOjr changed ef brightness by of Sues Nerve They build up the ea4 supply nerve The above is the geaotae pacfage of Chases Nenre are sold by Chase Medicine Price 50 Isnt It Dont feel much like baking bread this kind of Were used to by the our Salt Rising Bread is just a little the best you ever Try us on Monunenl 99 Telephone your wants to THE TELEGRAM Free Fireworks FOR TELEGRAM BOYS AND No Money Cents Worih of Fireworks Absolutely Free if You Will Wotk a Few To every boy or girl who will get five new subscribers to The Adrian Daily Telegram to take the paper not less than four weeks 40 cents each cash in advance will be given an order on Pennock for Ihe following list of Fireworks 5 Japanese 6 Spinning 3 Colored aMace 3 a packages XL CMuwse 6 Colored 4ball 3 Colored 3ounce 6 Youag American a Japanese ia Colored 3Inch 3 Sticks The boys and girls do not pay The Telegram a cent to get these they need to do is to put in a few hours work getting their friends to take the paper for not less lhan four weeks 40 cents each cash in If the boys and girls prefer some other kinds of they can get 50 cents worth of any kind of goods at Albigs Department store or the South Main Street Notion store on an order from this and The Telegram will pay the Get to work on this liberal offer and in an hour or two you will have earned your fireworks for the Just Read This Womens Patent Leather and Vici Kid Good year heavy worth for Womens Vici Kid heavy worth for Mens Patent Leather Mens Patent Leather Goodyear a fine Mens Vici Kid kid and patent Mens Patent Leather guaranteed not lo Childs and Misses Strap kid and patent sizes 2 to SOc 5 to 75c to 85c to Womens Kid strap and the best Sandal in the country for the REPAING NEATLY AND PROMPTLY Haves Gash Shoe ADRIAN AND Cause Death and Destruction in Various Places BEAT IS SOMEWHAT ABATED Rains and Lightning Set a Lively Pace in the the Former Jring ing Cooler the Latter De structive July re ceived at the weather bureau in this city from throughout the en tire area affected by the intense heat show a continuation of very high tem save in a few favored lo calities where more moderate weather resulted in consequence of thunder storms or other local atmospheric dis No immediate relief of a substantial character is in The rainfall reports show that there has been precipitation throughout the af fected area varying from less than a hundredth of an inch in many places to almost an Generally the thunderstorms which have come nave been what is known as dry so that very little rain has ac companied The Atlantic coast will get some re lief from a West Indian disturbance which is now moving hau the highest temper ature the thermometer reg istering wnile at Philadelphia it was again at Atlantic City Bos on 94 at where over half au ncu of rain 96 2 Des Moines Indianapolis City Little Mem his New Orleans New York lorth Pittsburg Salt 6 Vicksburg At Washington the maximum was but during a gust in the afternoon he thermometer fell 15 degrees in as many Numerous prostra and deaths were reported from je heat and in many places industrial lants were forced to suspend opera July gale of ac ompanied by a beautiful electrical isplay on great banks of black clouds nd here and there deluges of emporarily broke the heat wave hroughout New The storm n most sections gathered in about lalf an hour and spent its force In a ew leaving considerable ruin o mark the The storm ended the sixth day and ractically the worst atf the heated for while fatalWes were not uite as numerous as on other he prostrations were many and se animals succumbed more readily nd infantile diseases increased to an farming July wcad through another period of tor ure Tuesday and last night many persons lay dead as a result of the ays excessive and more than 00 others were The offi ial record of temperature made Mon 102 was eclipsed yester ay when the government thermome er at 3 touched 102 810 which now stands as the Quaker litys New July terrible fa ality of the heat was shown In the arge percentage of deaths among hose Out of 328 cases of prostration reported up to last night 148 resulted Among the more prominent victims were fewland the Episcopal lergyman and and Jacob the former locomotive which struck an uncom leted brick and stone apartment louse on Ninetyfifth street near West 3nd avenue last destroyed he with loss of The ligh wind prevailing carried the parks to residences in the ausing damage to the extent of sev ral thousand dollars The apart ment house was owned by Lorenz Wei Among other buildings destroyed was the old Riverside Drive 40 years was a resort of he elite ot the Agnes was de troyed last evening by fire originating rom a lightning Only the walls re left firemen were fatally hurt by the ailing of a part of the mosanry of the July bolt of ightning instantly killed three atally injured a boy and seriously in ured a man and members of a xrais fishing who sought retuge rom the fierce storm of yesterday af ernoon beneath the shelter of a mas ive sycamore tree on the bank of Dead creek at July bolt of ightning from a clear sky struck mong 80 inmates of the Central Ken ucky asylum for the Insane at Lake 11 miles from yesterday af killed James Howard of Ste and knocked senseless lat an and three ther Great excitement fol owed among the insane who ad been taken into the yard for ut rain came and drove them back to Iieir Treasury July state ment of the treasury balances in the cneral exclusive of the gold reserve in the division of shows Available cash f MATTERS IN J Clemens Officers Round Up a Brace of Gamblers 02 Inspiros o ne to nobler and better deeds unlocks the gates of happiness pours glowing vitality into yon Thats what Rocky Monn tain Tea will Johnson Excursion To On account of Buffalo Bills wil west show ut Detroit Jnly the De troit Southern railroad will sell tick ets Jnly good to return Jnly a rate of f for round Commencing May 1901 the Detroit Southern railwa will run a regular Sunday leav ing Adrian and retnrnin leaving Deroit C 30 Fare t Detroit and return and one far for round trip to all other Fourth of July Via Wabash For th occasion tickets will be sold Jnly and hood returning Jnly to a stations within 200 miles of Adrian excepting and including Oh at one firstclass fare for tb round ANOTHER ONE GETS AWAT he Consisting of Five But the Jewelry ia Supposed to be With a Missing July excitement was caused here last night among the gams and urething men when Sheriff Cady and lepoiies raided Hungerfords gam pllng confiscating his valuable consisting of faro and oulette tables and other gaming de This city contains at least three ther faro joints and half a dozen ioker The proprietors shut up Jhop quickly when the news of the aid became The raid was prompted by a robbery which took place Monday night when wealthy woman stopping at a promi nent hotel here was relieved of n cash and about J600 worth of jew She cnarges that while in the company of Charles Harry lungerford and Frank she was held up and She refused o make complaint unless the police withheld her Fletters and Smith were arrested id Cut Hungerford skipped the own and his whereabouts is at pres ent but the sheriff has a jood Fletters and Smith were nterested in Hungerfords The which consisted of was but the jewelry is sup posed to be with Smith came here from Toledo some ime and was known to the po ice of Clemens as a sure thing Fletters came to Clemens rom Formerly of July formerly of this committed sui cide at He was de spondent from long Bliss was ormerly a prominent citizen of Owos He was captain of the military company here and finance keeper of he He held insur ance in the latter which goes to lis Bliss is in The remains wiU be buried at Died From An Old July Mc a veteran employe of the state joard of died after an illness of two with blood poisoning in cident to an old He was 69 years of During the Crimean war le was in the telegraph service and under the direction of the Turkish the first tele raph linrs built in Asia Found Dead in the South July s great mystery surrounding the find ng of the decomposed remains of an unknown man in an obscure locality al Ludwigs five miles south of A bottle labeled poison was found near the which must have ain in the same place six al though only a few rods from the resi dences of The body was found by boys picking Prominent Saginawian July exalderman and exstate was kined by lightning on lis a mile and a half north ol ihis yesterday morning at 3 He arose during the storm to close the barn and was found dead near the He was very piominent 59 years old and jad lived in Saginaw all his He leaves a widow and two BRIEF STAI President Nicholas Martin of Lawton is Cannon firecrackers will le prohib ited in Saginaw after this Ingham county soldiers and sailors will reunite at Mason on The Caro beet sugar plant was as sessed by the supervisors last This year it is George Drake has been chosen health officer of Pontiac by the common August Zick of Benton Harbor swal lowed some toothache Doc tors brought him af ter hard The motormen and conductors on the Muskegon Traction Lighting line will have their pay raised after Howard a Joseph paint drank ammonia from a mis taking it for It came near being a fatal but he may John Gowell of Hesperia put his 8yearold son on a hayrake to haul lim The horses ran throwing the child against a He may Charles a trackman for the Muskegon Traction Lighting had his right leg cut off just below the knee while attempting to board a street The Port Huron council has granted i 30year franchise to the Port Huron Power Lighting The city re serves the right to grant franchises to Dther companies in case they desire do business in the STORM Visited Jackson and Played Havoc With Buildings and July An unpre cedented storm visited Jackson about 6 oclock last While Jackson is only three miles within these limits at the same time the sun rain fell in some haii in while in other poitions nei ther Lightning splintered trees in one lo wnile in southeastern por tion a veritable cyclone passed The house of Daniel Shea was completely The at the corner of Belden and Damon streets was in course of constructior and nearly The wind picked it from its foundation and demolished carrying it 20 feet A barn was blown to some flying 20C Outhouses and trees toppled over in the path of the which evidently was not more than 20 rodc in the sparsely settled portions of the The temperature fell 30 degrees in two but later rose The river was in the locality of the cy clones path and nearby residents claim to have seen water spouts on the river rise 50 feet Snrronnded the Coffin of Pingree in New York BARKS OP SORROW SHOWN The Body Will Remain in New York Until Thursday When the Journey to Detroit Will Be DETROIT BOY Accidentally Shot by Another Boy at July Irving 272 Jefferson and two arrived in Jackson last evening to visit the family of Al fred Lutz Is now dis tracted over the fatal accidental shoot ing of her 7yearold son The boy and a son of Cordon were in specting guns to be used on the Fourth of and added to the list the shotgun of In hand ling the shotgun the Cordon boy fired it at close disemboweling the Lutz and Killing him almost in Lutzs husband at De troit has been N Badly July Babcock was terribly scalded at the rolling mills He was passing the when the hot water and steam overflowed on burning him on the arms and He so badly burned that skin grafting may have to be resorted Her Neck Waa July Charles formerly an old res dent of but now of Ogdens where they moved last was visiting at and was out driving when she was ac cidentally thrown from the carriage and her neck TOOK CARBOLIC A Detroit Baker Drank Some and Died in July Mur rlhy of 70 Cherry street took carbolic acid at 5 oclock yesterday afternoon and died within an He had been feeling ill since Sunday and was out of his head as the result of a sunstroke received that In some way he procured a quantity of carbolic acid and drank He was found a little later lying ii the fence A doctor was immediately sent but Murrihy was past He was about 50 years old and leaves a widow and three EW July Detroit escort which will return with the remains of Pingree arrived shortly after 10 oclock yesterday provided by the committee of leather who In sist ou paying all expenses in New drew up in front of the Hotel Cadillac an hour later to take the party to pier North As the which included about 20 representatives of the leather trade from New Philadelphia and Bos started up Broadway it was no ticed with due appreciation that the flag on the Hotel Cadillac was at half The body of Pingree was re moved from the Zeeland early in the and when the escort arrived at the American line foot of Ful ton shortly before they found the casket resting in a waiting Adorning it was a great cluster of beautiful white lilies placed there by representatives of the leather trade of New who were Without the casket was placed in a hearse and conveyed to the Stephen Merritt Burial Nineteeoth street and Eighth the same undertakers who had charge of Grants Those who acted as pallbearers were Relnhardt and Barrie of Detroit G Frank McDermott of New and William Parden of The body will remain at the burial until Thurs day when the journey to Detroit will Frank Pinsree has decided not to have the casket opened until it arrives at Essex With the outer oak the casket weighs nearr The transfer of all that was mortal of the man who made himself and his state famous was formal and The as it stood in the dimly lighted littk had a deaeited save for the white flowers which graced its and the lirsl real sense of grief and loss came to the men from Detroit as they into the gruff Tony perhaps the last to be suspected of gave way tears streamed down Ins face as he looked upon the closed col fin anil fivnl other eyes were Poor old said more than its a New July day Gov Pingiiu s body lay in state m the large chapel of the undertaking and was viewed by many The body was in a solid oak casket which cost The chapel was draped with American A large silk flag and flower covered the Shortly after the body arrived at the undertaking rooms the of the late governor and the committee that came to this city to escort the remains back to Detioit grouped themselves about the ooifin and a photograph was Two Hawaiian June via San Francis co July States Judge Estee has intimated thai he would not admit to citizenship in the United States a native of the island of The ap plicant has been a resident of Hawaii for many Judge Estee inti mated that it was his opinion that the only Polynesians entitled to citizen ship are who admit ted by act of The house of representatives has adopted and sent to the senate a con current resolution opposing the an nexation of Hawaii to The home rulers all voted in tavor of the Mining Town July mining own of 100 miles east of has been almost totally ds by The loss is very The are down and par icuUrs are unobtainable at Struck by a Grand July aged tried to cross the street in front of a train yesterday but was struck and probably fctally He was picked up in a ditch with a broken leg and frac tured He has a Tom Johnsont New July John on of brother of Major Thomas died last night at Port a Brooklyn Veteran Hanged July a prominent farmer and civil war of Boston hanged himself in his where he had gone to take a He had been subject to fits ever since his discharge from the Permanent Muscular strength can not exist where there is not blood Tonng men giving atten tion to muscular development should jear this in Hoods Sarsapa rilla gives blood strength and builds p the whole Our Six Year Old Oar little six year daughter had a very sore badly and coughed almost Gave the White Wine of Tar Syrup according to directions and she began to improve immediately and soon got Sroves and I have recommended to and we consider it the very best medicine in pastor Wyatt Reduced Rates Queen Special reduced rates to Queen Crescent Great oppor i Ii A Dani tftn stnuat tunity Quick to visit schedule the and Pacific excellent train service Ask Queen Crescent ticket agents or address P for A Conscientious Dear SirHaving tried your White Wine of Tar I believe it to be an excellent and can con scientiously reccommend it to Respectfully Steven BASE BALL American D 2 Cloveland Milwaukee 4 boston Baltimore S Washington Athletics Nztional Louis 4 Cincinnati Boston 1 Ptts jnrg Philadelphia 3 Chicago New fork Western Dayton The beauty thief has come to Unless yon drive the pimples and blackheads away Do this dont look like a fright Take Rocky Mountain Tea Johnson 5 If you have not already secured some of those Bargains In Table Linen At f The Cash Dry Goods S Red Ticket Closing Out 9 Would advise you to do so at 60c Red Ticket price SOc Red Ticket price 40c Red Ticket price 27c 3Sc Red Ticket price 22j4c LINEN 8c quality Stevens all 18 in 6c 9c quality Stevens all 18 lOc quality Stevens all 20 quality Stevens all 9c value Absorbent Linen 7j4c We hate only a ffia pieces left and you would do well to mil while they last 98c while they last 79c while they last 59c CASH DRY GOODS ALL AT ONE PRICE We have 50 styles of Picture Moulding in Bone Mummy varjing in width from onehalf inch to three inches that we propose to make up in any size frame yon may no matter how for We have the largest stock of Frames and Mouldings ever shown in Drop in and look them Salt Rheum Yon may call It tetter or milk But no matter what you call this skin disease which comes in putcties that discharge a watery dry and owes its existence to the presence of humors in Ihe It will continue to anil per haps as long as these humors It is always radically and permanently cured by Hoods Sarsaparitia which expels all and is positively unequalled for all cutaneous Vacation Shoes Mens 60c and Mens black or and Boys and Youths rubber Boys and Youths Canvas Missesand Childrens Strap Ladies Strap Sandals and Toe Ladies High black or 50 to The largest line of Mens Shoes in the city at and Mens Working and We have on hand a large stock of Ladies Fine Shoes in small 3 and all high priced shoes we are cleaning them out at Also can give you good bargains in and Childrens 5 North Main I TROU5ERS Stylish Striped Worsteds to We have a large and handsome line of Mens Special value in Cassimere Wool Trousers at and Cotton 651 75C and PRINTING I ADRIAN DAILY TELEGRAM I Telegram Weil Maumet What kind ol prlntinf do yon want We print evervthinK from a card lo Print it well and print it As w good work can be Estimates ne at any fraetieta frintits for fta Plan Your Summer Outing Improved service to Michigan sum mer The floating palaces of tho Detroit Cleveland Navigation company are more beautiful than ever this season and have many added con The parlors and state rooms are newly and traveling is made delightful over this popular Their service has been improved and now make good connections with all railroads at each of their Send two cent stamp for illustrated Address A Fourth of July The Detroit Southern railroad will sell round trip tickets to all points at rate of one fare July 3 and good returning July CLOTHING FOR EVERY PURPOSE Outing Wheeling Tennis Golfing Wood Sawing We have the kind of Clothlnsr that will add to your comfort without distressing you to pay for Crastt Bicvcle Suits White Duck Tropical Weight Su1s Thin plain anu Skeleton Serw Guaranteed Serge wonderful variety of striped Flannel Salts and Separate Coats and The man who comes here for his outfit Hits the man who dont Blisses ROE CLOTHING
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