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   Adrian Daily Telegram (Newspaper) - July 10, 1901, Adrian, Michigan                                PRINTING Tlut it deliyhtt the eye and brines in not the re sult of To product food job require experience and foot We have at your It will pay yon to see ni before placing your THE TELEORAn ADRIAN DAILY PUBLICITY It i nccniarf tramb a bat neu u aad ot floweri and buiineu bound to follow u adnf THE TEKRAM A PROGRESSIVE PAPER FOR THE USH It Tfckes a Remedy of Dn comnion Merit to Draw the Unqualified Praise of a Successful Practicing Bates of A saost remarkable case bas come coder mj baadi of late and has folly convinced me of the wonderful power of Cfasaes Nerve Pilli over dteeues of ths My wbo treated far over two fears for epilepsy by two doctors was ghu to I found that her sicknesi WM oat but nervous dns 10 amitiual and prescribed lour of Chases Nerve Pills a after and at Since that time she has not had a single bad Her health has rapidly she has gained abont in and I do not Red Sate to state that Chases Nerve Pills have saved her life and restored her JULY LATEST LOCAL AND GENERAL PRICE Two National Educators Welcomed by State and City fHEIR FIRST GENERAL SESSION See that and dgnatarc of Chase are oa every Price Soceotl DOM for Manofactowd by the Chaw MedJdna Youll Like Our BAKING We have a knack for making bakery taste home Like to have you try our Phone as your street number and our wagon will stop at your 8486 East Be IPhone Citizens Phone Do Yon Want the Best of FLOUR FEED STRAW If so call up the GASH FEED STORE FISH Bell Phone 36 Prompt 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 Monosent 99 GUSH Always just a little under the j market in selling For this i I week STRAWBERRIES EARLY CABBAGES RADISHES i and other early garden Onr stock is always complete in I Fresh and Salted Goods delivered WILSONS i Opposite Vcdder V HUNGRY HALFSTARVfcD PERHAPS THE CROWD TO HOLLIMS and get one of those SUBSTANTIAL MEALS thai you hear so much Prime Pork prepared in a dozen appetizing Side dishes include everything the market Good Reasonable LUNCHES AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY OR NIGHT ROLLINS 19 Maumee The Time And Expense f Sevcd by using Vapor Gasoline Stoves leaves you eaough margin for other kitchen utensil Se them al ouv SR The Glacier Line of Refrigerators are built look better and cost less than any other on the Taylor Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Neit door to tddreccec of Welcome By Assisted by Mayor Presi dent Angell and and Singing by f MATTERS IN I Free for All Fight Between Gam blers and Cowboys July were educators in town accord ng to the estimate of the bureau of nformation of the and this estimate the railway men believe to be very close to the Every train wrought an addition to the but after last night the rush was at an When the local committee ventured to predict an attendance of they were looked upon as wild but they have not been very far outside the The first general session of the opened in the Light Guard armory at oclock in the after The school board had taken in hand the preparation of the hall for the meeting with its own work under the direction of Supervisor a platform had been erected tor the accommodation of the 600 school children who sang America and other patriotic pastor of tne Jefferson Avenue Presbyterian opened the pro ceedings with Bliss welcomed the vis itors on behalf of the state of Michi He said Michigan today throws open the doors of her very best front 1 the beautiful city of with just j as complete satisfaction as is possible on the part of any New England Everything is in the carpet has been carefully swept and the furniture and you are wel come to sit around anywhere you Here in where the schools are closer to the hearts of the people than almost anything else in the something more than pass ing attention is given to the doings and sayings of the cultured men and women who will speak on educational themes from the platforms of the gen eral and the 18 sections into which the association will be The people of Michigan are very proud of the work along educational lines carried on in their annual ly spending a sum in its support esti mated at from 8 to 10 millions of dol The little red school en trenched behind a wisely devised pri mary school Is as sacred to the people as the glorious star spangled banner waving over The demand of the age is for a practical and I am glad to note that Michigan educators are bending all their energies in that di The trained men and women who are coming annually into the working world are potent factors in the Increased progress we are is the best age in all the worlds history for young men and women with practical The disciplined mind rules the world and it is your proud dis men and women of this asso that unto your hands is com mitted the training of this mighty Yon came unto us with blessings and we are grateful for your pres Addresses of welcome were also made by Delos state superintend ent of public instruction Mayor May President James Angell of the of and Martin dale of The responses were made by Richard min ister of education for and superintendent of city Convention of Colored July fifth biennial convention of the National Associa tion of Colored Women opened here When the question of cre dentials came up there was a factional fight brought on by members of the Harriet Beecher Stowe club of Wash headed respectively by president of the national asso and president of the Lawson took the floor to criticize the appointment of the committee on was de clared by Terrell not entitled to the not being a This ruling was sustained by the conven tion after a lengthy and Lawson left the Good Templars July interna tional convention of the Independent Order of Good Templars opened its an nual session in this The order had its birth here aO years ago this Delegates are present from several states and and it is expected that about 400 will be here Right Worthy International Grand Chief Templar Joseph Malins of Request for Free San July Al who will aand to President Mc Kinley the request of the Porto Rican assembly that free trade be estab lished between that country and the United will leave here July 13 on the He will be accom panied by In Cupids July 72 years was married at to Miss a Cumback was one of the founders of lie republican party and was famous in Indiana as a Lincoln An Educator July James at one time chancellor of the University of Kansas and later super intendent ot the Haskell Industrial In dian is He had been an invalid for Fifty against It is not rea sonable to expect two weeks of onting to overcome the effects of fifty weeks of Take Hoods Sar snparilln along with It refreshes thu improves the makes sleep easy and A DEAD BODY IS IDENTIFIED Doings and Happenings Throughout the State During the Past Forty Eight Including Matters of Interest to All July con tent with a general mixup Monday shortly after the war ring cowboys and gamblers of the Buckskin Bill wild west show indulged in a freeforall fight yesterday morn ing at 2 just as their special train pulled out from the Michigan Central and tor a short time gun pay and slugging with fists and revolver barrels was the order of busi The cowboys left the so their injuries cannot be but among the Terroll is nursing a bruised head and three of his men are suffering from ugly cuts on heads and inflicted by cowboy revolver Complaints for assault on Fletcher Terroll and two of the leading men in the and against five of the cow boys have been made and Deputy Buck left for the next show to make the Marion aged of New grew despondent and shot him self dead with a The enrollment for the summer nor mal college at Ypsilanti has reached Ninde of the Ann Arbor Methodist church has declined a call lo a Minneapolis The body of Frank who was drowned July 3 in Paw Paw has been found in Sti feet of The rose bug pest threatens the grape crop in the Stevensville Berrien Theodore the young man who injured himself by striking on a sandbar while diving in Joseph riv at is State board of education has ap pointed Elliott Downing of Chicago university professor of biol ogy in the Marquette normal Colored people of uackson and vicin ity are making preparations for big celebration of Emancipation Michigan Central railroad will build a new depot at who tried to commit suicide by the chloroform route at will Alice wellknown Traverse City young went to Morris to help nurse her sisters sielc with typhoid became and her father took her home nearly a raving Reduced Rates Queen Special reduced rates to Queen Crescent Great oppor tunity to visit the Pacific Quick schedule and excellent trait Ask Queen Crescent ticket or address for BODY Julius Fenberg Name of Man Found Dead at White WTiite July body of the stranger found early Sun day morning on the Lake Shore track has been identified through the torn receipt as that of Julius Fenberg of lodge His relatives reside at La La Porte and have been That be lay down on the track with suicidal intent is considered as a small memorandum found in a pocket contained the decently also that but part of the lodge receipt was indi cating that while he wished to destroy his he desired to be known as an Odd Fellow and be buried by the SKIPPED Woman Who Is Charged With Steal ing an Ann July June 20 Grace alias Maude was arrested in Detroit charged with stealing an abstract from Hannah Whipple of South Thayer It was thought that the abstract was to be used as an evi dence of title to land upon which to borrow money from some unsuspect ing The game had been re ported from several cities in the where it had been worked success The woman was brought here and placed in but her nervous condi tion was such that she had to be re moved to a When arraigned her attorney asked for an adjourn But the not being un der bail took occasion to skip and did not appear in court Have Gone to July accompanied by her Joe and Miss Hazel Pin lelt the city yesterday where they will be the guests and Good The are intimate rriends of the Pingiee family and have been in the city since Pingree and Miss Hazel returned f om New They expect to reninin about a but it is possible vii3t their visit may be pro longed for two Wanted st July wanted here on the charge ot grand has been located at Deputy Sheriff er left to bring him back to LeClair is charged with the e bezzlecent of watohes valued at 0 owned by Alentos Lockjaw Grand July 12yearold son of Harry Van Zee was slightly injured in thehand a toy pistol on the Nothing was thought of the but lockjaw de and the boys recovery is Michigan July drew Additional Bartholomew Increase Moses Franklin Rus Pleasant John Dona John Bay John Maple Reuben Samuel Wesley Bad dom Grand Henry Sarah Char lotte Marion Expert Dix Benton July Leading republicans of this county as sert that Bliss a few weeks ago promised to appoint exAuditor Gen eral Dix of this county a member of the state tax commission in case Graham Pope There is a feel ing of certainty here that Dix will be The politicians declare that the appointment of Dix would tend to heal the sore spots in the party and would be a good thing for the gov as it would place Berrien coun ty in the Bliss Judge Atkinson Port July out any discernible Judge OBrien Atkinson passed away yes terday surrounded by his wife and other The end had been expected for some time as the physicians announced that he was fighting a hopeless and for the past few weeks the judge realized that the end was but a question of For the past 10 days the patient has been unable to hold anything on his and he has been kept alive by the use of An Ungrateful Port July Gilmore was bound over to the circuit court on a charge of Gilmore pleaded guilty to robbing Charles Fin The istter was appealed to for a clean shirt by and took him to his room for that He fitted cut with a short and collar and while he was making the change Finresan fell asleep and Gil more robbed him of and a pair of Captured a Swarm of July Chamberlain of the state prison captured a swarm of bees which had settled on a shrub on the prison The warden had not hived a swarm of bees in 35 but he had not forgotten his and claims to have received not a single The bees at once began to hustle for the state of Big Fire in July at the warehouse of the Standard Oil corner of Michigan and Lovett ave at noon destroyed 000 barrels of oil and mtide a mighty The firemen by a mighty ef fort confined the flames to the storage shed where they and luck ily no one was The damage will reach with no INDUSTRIAL Notices were poster in the four mills of the Susquehaima Iron Steel at stating that on and after July the company will pay an advance of 25 cents per ton for increasing then wages from to per The tenth convention of the Retail Clerks International Protective asso ciation was opened at Buffalo yester President Baer The primary objects of the which has a membership of is the reduction of hours of Yesterdays session of the Glass Bottle Blowers convention at Milwau kee was held behind closed doors and was devoted mostly to a discussion of the terms on which they would admit to membership prescription bot tle blowers of the Flint Glass associa The matter was not decided and will come up again on The Reading railway shop hands executive committee met at when the strike situation was consid The committee claims that as the company broke faith with the agreement reached between President Baerand Chairman they now where they weie before that agreement was mads and that the con test is again on the original list of dizzy bad constipa absolutely cured if yon take Rocky Mountain Tea made by Madi son Medicine Johnson Great braces body and drives away all impurities from your Makes yon Keeps yon Rooky Mountain Johnson Onr want ads reach the Plan Your Summer Outing Improved service to Michigan sum mer The floating palaces of the 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 SUFFERED FOR YEARS TORRID WINDS DESTROYING THE CROPS IN KAN SAS AND OTHER ESTIMATED LOSS TO CROPS IN KANSAS ALONE THERMOMETER RANGING FROM 102 TO 108 IN THE July hot weather in Kansas continues with no immediate prospect of Corn Is fast shriveling the oat crop is worse than a failure and hay is scarcer than for In western Kansas the conditions are better than in the eastern this being directly oppo site to the usual state of Some of the central Kansas farmers are shipping their stock to western Kan so as to take advantage of the su perior hay It is estimated Kan sas will suffer crop losses from the protracted heat spell to the extent of Some of the temperatures were To peka Salina Abilene Osage City Lawrence Fort Scott Sedan Hays City and Manhattan Kansas July was the hottest day since the weather bureau was the official hermometer recording But for the low humidity there would je many but only one was At a armer died in the harvest July govern ment thermometer marked 100 de rees here a rise of 34 de rees since 5 Private thermom eters went from four to six degrees July mercury rose from 70 to 102 degrees Much damage was done by a hot wind o growing crops and July from nearby places give temperatures at various parts as ranging from 104 o The thermometer reached 102 Crops are July was one of intense heat all over the eastern half of the average being In Lincoln the maximum was A hot south wind s cooking the corn and a continuation of many days will seriously damage With Kidney a Case That Baffled the Best I make be following statement for the benefit of people in advanced years I hare used Warners Com pound of Seven Cures with the besl possible I am sixtyfive years old and have suffered more or less with my kidneys for over three After taking eight bottles of your Seven Cures I feel like a new I can truthfully recommend it as one of the greatest remedies of the Yours Wyatt Job printing promptly executed ai proper prices at this RIOT OVER Jew York Mob Makes a Raid on Pay Chairs and New July demon against the reserved park for the use of a fee is were continued in Madison quare park A mob sev iral hundred strong took the police by urprise and began a wholesale de traction of the chairs at the north nd of the The attendant in hargewas swept from his feet and arried down with his Tho hairs were scattered over the path and the police reserves were un ble to quell the riot for a They harged with drawn clubs and sev ral men were One of the occupants of a pay chair iras Terry the who ailed upon one of the attendants to ome and The did not accept the n the early evening at Madison the crowd kept growing larger nd larger and blocked the path where he pay chairs The police were unable to clear a passage Two men sat One of the chair men attempted to collect from these They only laughed at him ind another after a further walked to the chairs and limped the occupants This pre ipitated a and as the cheer ng crowd encouraged the men to stand by their the police in erfered and the two men and the sec jnd attendant were marched to the po lice The attendant was not but one of the men on a harge of disorderly A PATHETIC Parting of Jessie Morrison From Home for the State July Morrison was taken to the penitenti ary at Lansing to begin her five years sentence for the murder of Clara Wiley There were several hun dred people at the railroad station to ake a farewell look at the lalf of the crowd consisted of Hiss Morrison was accompanied by ler Judge and her irother Hay The brother accom lanied her to Early in the day at the home of the Morrisons a pathetic scene was enact when the aged brothers and sisters cried bitterly Miss Morrison kissed them It is the belief of her relatives that Miss Morrison will be released on bond by th Kansas supreme court and will be a new ExCongressman Stone New July Stone a former congressman from died at Asbury yesterday aged 71 Stone iiad been at Asbury Park since June being ill from the after effects of an attack of He leaves a wife and Rit ter of and a Samuel Stone of New York A beacon light to the sick and A life Take counsel with yourself today and use Rocky Mountain Tea Peace and comfort follow its Johnson Commencing May the Detroit Southern railway Nfill run a regular Sunday leav ing Adrian and returning leaving Deroit Fare to Detroit and return and one fare for round trip to all other During Into the Open Landa of Okla homa El July train brings extra coaches crowded with people coming here to and he roads leading into the city are ined with travelers to this place for the same The hotels and restaurants are already taxed to their utmost but there will be no suffering here for lack of food and ac The opera house has seen turned into an eating and sleep ng and as rapidly as needed churches and school houses and every available room will be given up for he accommodation of the Many come with but expect ng to camp and hundreds of tents now dot fhe side Rich ards of the interior department and 30 lerks from Washington are here and the places for registration were ready at 9 this Given a Warm July to a report from com manding the training ship the visit of that ship to Edinburgh and Leith were The Scotch eople welcomed the American sailor oys threw open their homes o them and gave them dinners and while the lord provost and the rovost of Leith extended official cour esies in behalf of the A most lappy impression was made upon the Hartfords officers and crew by the warmth of their reception in Porto San July Hol treasurer of Porto left lere on the steamer San Juan for New the insular secre says Hollander will not re urn to Porto Rico and when questioned on the re mained It is reported here that Hollander has resigned his posi ion of treasurer and that he may go o there to draw up tax laws similar to those he has drafted for orto Sicklea Seriously New July Daniel Sickles is seriously ill Pleasant New at the home of Vil age President Daniel He went there on the 4th of July to make an address for the and did but was not feeling the hot weather having had a bad effect upon He has oeen so ill ever since hat he has had to remain with his Death of an Old July Edwin Dunn of Eyota is as the result of an operation for He was 67 years old and was very prom nent in state He was a mem ber of the state prison board and also held several other Dunn served during the civil war In the Twentyfifth New York cav and was mustered out as Held Conference Cape July Boer who were brought In to report that Generals Delarey and DeWet recently leld a conference at a point on the Vaal A Conscientious Dear tried yonr White Wine of Tar I believe it to be an excellent and can con scientiously reccommend it to Respectfully Steven Wyatt THOUSANDS OF Gus Ruhlin New July the wrest ing match at Madison Square Garden ast night between Bob Fitzslmmons tnd Gus Ruhlin won the sec ond fall and match 12 minutes 15 Fire in July Northwest ern Ladder plant at 2967 Lasalle street and three frame buildings ad joining have been destroyed by Difficult Digestion That is It makes life Its sufferers eat not because they wont but simply because they They know they are irritable and fretful but they cannot be They complain of a bad taste In the a tenderness at the pit of the stom an uneasy feelins of puffy heartburn and what ThO effectual proved by perma nent cures of thousands of severe is Hoods Sarsaparilla lioopa ilLLa are tbe Dolphin Cottage Colors For both in and I outside mixed ready for immediate use and guaran teed to outlast any other mixed Especially adapted for Fence and Buggy We also handle Dry Carter and Eckstein White Paint JOHNSON ANDREWS Four Corners Drug citizens Phone If you have not already secured some of those Bargains In Table Linen At The Cash Dry Goods Red Ticket Closing Out Would advise you to do so at 60c Red Ticket 50c Red Ticket 40c Red Ticket 27c 35c Red Ticket UNEN 8c quality Stevens all 18 9c quality Stevens all 18 lOc quality Stevens all 20 12Kc qualit 6c ity Stevens all 20 9c value Absorbent We have only a few pieces left and you would do well to nail while they 98c while they while they 59c CASH DRY GOODS O THE LATEST BIT OF SOCIAL An item about the newest thing in fashions all the society all the church all the local and county tbe way THE TELEGRAM Caters to the women of the city and It is a newsy and the ladies like to take the items therein and discuss Thats why the paper is valued so greatly by the the women buy seveneights of all supplies for tbe If you dont take The Telegram you dont get you dont get the 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 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 and all high priced shoes we are cleaning them out at Also can give you good bargains in Misses and Childrens 5 North Main THE POPULAR AND FASHIONABL8 HMHORADB BIG NEW STOCK SUIT and Selling at Very Low WESLEYS EoTHiNG HOUSE CLOTHING FOR EVERY PURPOSE Outing Wheeling Tennis Golfing Wood Sawing we have the kind of Clothing that will add to your comfort without distressing you to pay i f White Duek Guaranteed Serge striped Flannel Suits and Separate Coats and The man who eomes here for his outfit flits the man who dont Hisses ROE CLOTHING   

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