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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - November 16, 1895, South Haven, Michigan\ m sen Tinel issued Efery saturday by w. So Stewart. 0ince i860 South Haven Michigan. Subscription $1.50 a year november 16. 1895. Ill about tar Neil Bors. A Sherman Welch and miss Ollie Eaton of Casco were married at Allegan tuesday. A a Berlamont item Speaks of the visit there of miss Myrtie Groff of la Grange Street in this Village a truest at the Home of Frank Garland a the ten year old granddaughter of s. G. And mrs Sheffer died at the Home of her parents in Allegan Friday of last week of diphtheria. A two year old currant Bushes and Gooseberry Bushes for Sale cheap by we. Hill. 26 a cashier Parsons has bought the mrs. Upham property in Michigan Avenue and will build a Home there that we a Miil him. A <5overt gets $345.28 of the porn diary school Money Geneva $381.80 and South Haven $891.42, being 83 cents per scholar this town having 1$74 to it Paw Paw 657. A Merrill Webster has so far recovered from his recent illness As to be Abie to be in the Village monday for the first time in three months and we Are pleased to so report a a number of the friends of the Kallesi assembled at the Home of Peter saturday to help that individual a member be was 53 years old and All lad a Fine time. Lost saturday afternoon last on Phoenix Street Between the opera House and the Ravine a port Minnaie containing $15. Return to d. H. Keasey and receive Reward. A reserved seats for Boston rivals at Selkirk a until 7 of clock this evening. Lecture course tickets a Leighton a. Boston rivals children 15 cents. A Ralph Lull and de Payne have gone to Memphis in Tennessee for the Winter intending to work in the fruit package factory of the Ander son Tui key company. A to save about an acre of his Pear Orchard from doing nothing e. B. Edmonds planted it to pop Corn and now has sixty baskets of it Selling at Twenty cents much better than letting the ground stand Idle. A a. R. Hotchkiss has recently returned from a trip Down in Missouri and from there he hands us four extra Fine apples one each of the Ben. Davis the Laver the roman Beauty and the Willow Twig varieties. A d. Y. William has been granted a License As a Marine Engineer we Are not As yet informed whether he will bring his steam yacht Rhor Eean Here for the Winter or leave her St Ludington. Barges. Blood arrived Home a few Days ago with his Bride the former miss Mina Gibson of partello their Nair Page being the 5th instant at Olivet it is their intention to rein Lin Here this Winter. A mrs. H. G. Wiley has gone to Lansing to spend sunday with the father and Mother of her husband the latter having been there several. Days and both expected Home the first of the week. A w. F. Merrill will have a Fine selection As Well As Quality of fruit Trees left and will deliver the balance of the fall at his place ode mile South of the Village. A j Ost As we close our forms we get notice of a county teachers association meeting to be held Here next saturday we being under obligations to the Paw Paw paper for the notice though the executive committee Are Sac Ere Here. A Frank Knapp for years a resident Here but More recently just East / of Hartford has shaken the dust of Van Boren from his shoes and As we understand it is to have charge of a baited Brethren Church Over in the township of sons Berrien county a j. H. Doty a former resident Here has cleared up a tract of land on Paw Paw Lake near w a tense it where hit Home is for s summer resort and has named it Hickory Point. He will erect several cottages in the Spring. A a dispatch from this place to the Telegraph yesterday is that a. J. Monroe of this Eity was Nnani-snoia�4y chosen president of the agricultural College of Lansing at a meeting of the Board this week vice gel. Gorton removed. A it has happened so that Lam a Rose a a Rood have surplus of 50,000 peach Trees from jibe did and reliable Nursery of Barnes amp co.,at pleasant run in Ohio of the Standard varieties and they Are now prepared to ulan a Abo or. Fowler is improving Bis residence by adding a porch to Allegan Jou Rani. We have a right to suppose that refers to our former Casco neighbor h. A. Fowler whom we wish had chosen South Haven for his Home. A. D. Parker of Lee has returned Home from his work As Foreman of a gang of men in the grading of the Toronto Hamilton a Buffalo Railroad in Canada. It is expected the work on the Southern end of the line will be completed about Holiday time. A miss Ida Smith returned the first of the week to Chicago where it is partially arranged for her to travel through the South this Winter in the interest of a publishing House a position in which we feel sure she can do Good service. A a state item is that or. Tombs of this port had been shot somewhere up North by mistake for a Deer or Bear the Ball entering near the Back Bone and coming ont near the right lung. That a a straight Case of fake As no one from Bere is named so solemnly or been sent Home shot. A the members of the ladies said and Home missionary society and the Amateur club of West Casco Are to unite in giving a Good old fashioned thanksgiving dinner at the ladies m. E. Hall. Come one and All and have a Good time with us. After dinner is served a Short literary program will be rendered. No charges. A John w. Cadman shot himself while in Chicago a few Days ago and has since died. He was a brother of Charlie Cadman of whose confinement in the Tontino Asylum we recently made an item both former Kalamazoo Young men and John an Uncle by marriage of mrs. President Cleveland. A David d. And mrs. Wise were guests Over sunday at the Huron St Home of their Niece mrs. Harmon. He lacks considerable of being m the Best of health though All his acquaintances will Hope he May live a Thon exod years if he desires to. They As we understand it Are soon to return to their California Home. A miss Emma e. Bower of Ann Arbor has recently been very ill to that for forty eight hours her death was expected but she was spared and is now slowly gaining. She is the grand record keeper of the ladies of the maccabees of Michigan and is the Youfe lady who recently instituted a hive Bere. The Little 3-year old daughter of mrs. We. Bird on the North Side deliberately severed her a a Bangs a off from their natural resting place and when chided by her Mother said the old Chicken chased her and she must have fell Down on the shears and Cut them off a for one of the members of the Boston rivals the troupe that is to be at the Leighton opera House this evening the Boston transcript says miss Lundes voice is of exceptional Quality and her remarkable ease and naturalness upon the stage made a very favourable impression. The aria from a a Der of Reischutz was Sung with Good appreciation of its dramatic requirements. A the Scott club Are arranging As fast As possible for their annual Bazaar which they Anticis ate holding in the near future. Thursday afternoon the club sewed and visited and sewed steadier in the Parlours of mrs. A. S. Dyckman and next thursday another siege of fixing articles for Sale will be held in the Parlours of mrs. Or. Runyan on the North Side. An informal reception at the new congregational parsonage last wednesday evening was attended by Over two Hundred of our citizens who Hope for pastor and mrs. Brower an overflow of happiness in their pleasant and commodious abiding place. Light refreshments were served and All who attended were made to feel Happy. Red. Prouty has gone to Janesville in Wisconsin expecting to get a position As operator on the Chicago a Northwestern. That Sall right ed., and now you want to stick to it and work your Way to being one of the Best operators in the country. There a a pile of room at the top for capable Young men in any Field of Manly and honorable labor. A the Allegan Gazette says for a couple Wall and favourably known in Casio or. And mrs. Willis Baker were pleasantly surprised by a com party of relatives last monday the occasion was also a re Anion of the families of Baker and mrs. H. Steele of Plain Well who Are Sisters. The guests carried refreshment and passed several Happy hours in a social and reminiscent manner. A i the said j. I. of Kewanee Illinois do hereby request All parties who have shipped him peaches or any fruits in the fall of 1895, to report to him the number of bushels or fifth baskets. Or. House Knecht is really anxious to know As be has had some parties defraud now 1 the a a. C. Stephens of Buchanan was recently Hare As a guest of Bis sister mrs. Or. Ransom and bad a talk about taking charge of the hotel count bus As he did also of some other hotels in the state that being his business but be has finally purchased an interest in a grocery House at St. Joseph and will a Ketba City the future Home. While Edward and mrs. Shirley were on their recent visit Over in Kalamazoo county they attended the wedding of their Niece fisa Clara b. Shirley her Groom being Charles h. Of Brien of Kalamazoo. After the ceremony a very tasty supper was served and the Happy pair took their departure for his Home City where they Are to pass the Winter at 1015 Oak Street. A in these columns have appeared at different times items of the extortion made by the express companies. By reason of these extortionate rates the a amp us of the state Are at last doing the kicking act. People who Are at the mercy of both May Well wonder where the matter will end the presumption being that if the Banks succeed in getting half Way decent rates no one else will. A the Steamer Glen went Sanday afternoon to Chicago and returned tuesday morning her last trip for the season. Her principal cargo going was 149 barrels of pickles. The Williams transportation company an in Winter quarters at the close of a Success us season and have Given the Best of satisfaction in the transporting of the immense fruit crop and the heavy list of passengers. A wanted come one to buy fur nit tire. Some goods at Cost and some nearly at Oost. A. G. Blackman for bargains. A in society a realm a As it appeared in the grand rapids Democrat of last saturday from Rockford we find 44 mrs. Myhan returned to her Home in South Haven monday after a several weeks visit at g. A. Sages. Miss Alta Sage accompanied her Home for a return from Belding we notice that a a the reception to or. And mrs. Pink am at the residence of . D. Ballow saturday even log was Well attended. A a a Breedsville correspondent in the Bangor Breeze says Henry Sherwood and family 6peut tuesday in South Haven. He Speaks highly of the Well the people Here who know him have always spoken Well of Henry too. In a few Days if not already he goes to Washington where he is a candidate for the position of postmaster of the House of representatives a position he has previously filled As Well As being postmaster of that City. M mar numb Wmma us a Tom a prof H. Bailey of Cornell University expects to visit his parents hex during the first week in the coming month. A president Ledyard and party of Michigan Central officials recently returned to Detroit from an inspection of the main line and branches and were very much pleased at the physical condition of the Road they agreeing that it was in better shape than Ever. Their tour of trip fee ctr on included a ran Over the sooth Horen division and the Hope is president Ledyard is now ready to heartily and urgently recommend the erection of such a Stone depot at the foot of Kal Ama zoo Street As this Village has for Yea re been entitled to. A Lampoon a Rood Are now prepared to deliver fruit Trece on their fall orders the delivery being on the lot first North of the regulator on Broadway. A the item of a few weeks ago of the murder of Clansey the husband of the former miss Edith Stevens the step daughter of the Learned Joseph Lannio will be remembered. Are. Clansey was recently m Kali a taboo trying to get her Little daughter who was left with to Caro for. The Gazette winds up an item by saying a a the child will remain where she is unless ordered by the courts to be returned to those who left her to starve to july a we have been asked if we considered it necessary to put a new Cross walk from the opera Bouse Over to the store of the Hempstead Brothers but we prefer to be asked some easy question and have that referred to a committee of any one of the hundreds who use that walk every Day. This Village ought not to go into win Ter quarters without fixing that crosswalk widening the walk Between the poet office and the Kenney establishment and putting in an entirely one Between the first state Bank an the Peanut store i a Are you going East West North or South ? if so write me. I can interest anyone desiring a new location to build a Home or engage in fruit raising or diversified farming. Send a postal card giving your address and i know you will be interested. Harry Mercer Michigan passenger agent Chicago Milwaukee a St. Paul railway 7 fort Street West Detroit Michigan. A or. Wigglesworth sends us the cheering intelligence that the sandstorm item of last week was the most personal and impersonal a Edward Cor amp no that a the late 44 Ted a and Mise Della Bonfoey were a a by gov. Lubbock of Texas married a few evening ago at the Home of the Mother of the Bride in child it was i who a a a the Southeastern part of the Village ried you in my arms Hito the prison Tox. P see your miss Dari threw the ceremony being by the free. Roand the old Man a neck methodist minister Bev. Russell and mingled her tears with his end the Fli Dod to not an onlooker would claim a dry Eye of the Winter at least they expect to not us live in the Bonfoey Homestead. The occupants of the Merson Block had own. I noticed for some Days that Ted was acting different from usual but had no idea what was preying so heavily on his mind. The Bode has been known among our people her entire lifetime and As favourably As any Young lady Ever Here. Sir any Ordinary Case May be cured in one night by applying Chamberlain s pain Balm As directed with each Battle. This Medicine is also noted for its cures of r Ben mat ism lame Hack and deep seated and muscular pains. For Sale by Van Ostrand the druggist. A the Case brought against the Steamer Ross by its Engineer for damages he received by falling through an open Hatchway the sum he named being $10,000, was decided in Milwaukee in favor of the Steamer it being proven that the Engineer had himself left the Hatchway open. In some unexplainable Way the costs of $209 were assessed against the Rose and in addition it Cost her about $400 to defend the suit. Every one of their friends have a right to feel indignant at this outrage upon our two citizens Volney Ross and j. , owners of the Ross who were further robbed of the service of their Steamer since the last week in september and for whom there is actually no redress. The Law seems to be so that an irresponsible complainant egged on by a shyster lawyer and doing the act in a prejudiced court can make it warm financially for any person to whom they May owe or imagine they owe a personal grudge and it is a might queer Law for a civilized land. A $40 per month salary. A few energetic ladies and gentlemen wanted to canvass. Above salary Guaran teed. Call on fir address mrs. George English state agent of the International publishing company. A from a recent Issue of the Herald of Hamilton in Canada we take the following which will be of interest to the friends of we. Larson of Lee township he being one of the contractors and also one of the gentlemen for whom the Road Baa been named a a the l., Amp g. P. Rail m. Springer m. D. Phy tartan and Surg Tom some Ian at test fam for a to of a sad Trost office a ver Bend Ftp a Breo. Store. At l a i i Al Toht fort of of a i Ltulio a. Sensible thing we bad had in the a Road which has been in the come of per in three year. Instead of their construction for some time will be farm being at or near crawfish that completed and in operation the com a everything seems to form drawbacks against the Prosperity of some of us. Just As we were priding ourselves that plenty of Salt could be obtained at a living figure in Case that should be the Only obtainable food somebody says something and up Salt goes to an almost prohibitory Figore. This five cent raise places it at fifty five cents per barrel and not people Are commencing to ask each other what they Are going to do Bont it a in sentencing a perjured to two years at Ionia judge Buck was confronted with a petition asking for leniency gotten up probably by the attorneys for the prisoner and signed undoubtedly by parties who knew nothing of the Case but what was told them by the attorneys. Judge Back referred with a Strong denunciation to the practice of circulating petition for Light sentences. That Man mu9t feel his Lack of manhood who goes on the witness stand and in the presence of a room full of his neighbors proves himself a liar under oath. A the Allegan journal makes an item of the marriage in that Village the evening of the 2d instant of we. Trimble and miss Eva a Barden both of Casio at the Home of the grandparents of the Bride the popular Young lady being the daughter of Henry c. Barden the journal says 44 a few friends were invited and refreshments served. On monday the Happy couple left for Chicago where or. Trimble is engaged in business. Their Many friends wish them Happi nets and Prosperity in the new Home. Some idea May be formed of the amount of business done at Avery Bench when it is known that or. Kelley expended last season upwards of $8,000 for supplies labor on the buildings Etc. Their meat Bill was Over $400 per month ice Cream $60. From 75 to 90 quarts of milk were used per Day. Two bushels of potatoes were frequently eaten at a single meal. The laundry work each week consisted of nearly 3000 pieces and Over $900 was paid the waiters for la Bor. During the Winter Twenty five More rooms will be added and arrangements made to accommodate More reporters than Ever the coming season. On or near the grounds the placing of two arc Lighte would be a is its own name chosen from the immense number of crabs that once a inhabited it our understanding let a do that he has seen thousands of Loles standing straight up in the air a foot and More through which the crabs bad Goue Down from one to Twenty feet for water. They found it necessary to use a scraper to Cut those holes Down before blowing. A mrs. Cephas Stainton died at the Clay Street Home of her daughter mrs. Cts e. He Kina in Buttle Creek sunday evening of last week in the 74th year of her age having been a sufferer from cancer and the remains were brought Bere for burial accompanied by her two daughters and their husbands o. E. And e7rb. Hopkins Brothers and he son Fred Stainton of grand rapids. A Ftfe years ago the deceased lived Here we Dewitt Street with her husband. E. B. Hopkins was Here of crutches the result of having his leg crushed be1 tween the hip and knee by the cars the 3d of july last. Fob three year old fall blood Jersey Heifer fresh a 5-year old Bay roadster and a Light double harness. Inquire at this office. A the state Board of pharmacy recently concluded a three Days session at Lansing. That thorough and exacting work was done is manifested name by the fact that but fifteen certificates were granted As registered pharmacist while there were sixty six applicants. Among the successful fifteen was Ben Whitmore a brother of Ekenberg and a Young Man very favourably known Here where be was employed for some time in Oregon say 44 we sell More of Cham the Yan Ostrand drug House. Ben has made two or three previous at it tempts in these examination my Hie friends will be pleased that be persevered and has at last overcome All obstacles and obtained what Fie has so diligently sought. His present Home is at Hastings. A from the Oakland Iowa Era of the 6th instant we learn of the death on the 2d of mrs. Or. Samuel d. Tobey Back in 1868 a resident on Eagle Street Hete with her parents or. And or. Fuller she marrying the doctor in 1869. A will be remembered by our pioneers As the editor and owner of the Surmay from june to september in 1868/ we purchasing of him. In his bereavement he is left with two daughters miss Carrie who teaches the grammar department in the Oakland High school and mire Frances who lately completed her studies at Lincoln. The a everybody is Laa Ghung Over the latest remark of a society woman in Washington whose habit of getting words wrong in Prover Wal they Wanra go Masing or. Mackay sol Ali before her not Long ago and somebody Saki a is his name Smith with Mackay far a Middle name or is it All one name to it s ail one name Quot she said. A the writes it with a a lady Henry Somerset has set out to abolish the British barmaid by legislative enactment. The chief opposition is said to come from the barmaid themselves who number some 50,000 in the United kingdom and who object to being deprived of their Means of livelihood because their More favored Sisters think dispensing liquor to thirsty men is in womanly and calculated to get them into trouble. A a peer May be called to the bar the benches of the inns of court have decided and lord amp Thill if he pm us his examination will be the first Ever called. Lord Coleridge is a Queens counsel but he was a lawyer before he succeeded to the title. When us question arose on his succeeding his father the late lord chief Justice the Mourta decided that there was no reason Why a peer should not practice Law at the bar. A a woman drummer for a St. Louis vinegar manufactory is touring the Northwest of a bicycle and in stunning parisian bloomers. She started from St. Louis last january and had reached Seattle a week or so Afu she sends postal cards ahead of her to the grocers saying she will a wheel into town about next week a and asking them to save their orders for her. She is creating a sensation and Selling lots of vinegar. A some time ago or. Arthur James Balfour whose manner suggests an effeminacy that his character belies made some remarks in the House that enraged the Irish members. Or. Tanner was especially vociferous in his denunciation of or. Balfour and was forced to apologise therefor by the speaker. After making the apology he brought Down the House by adding a at least the right honorable gentleman will have to admit that on this occasion he was somewhat Leas Ladylike than a the widow of sex gov. Ira j. Chase of Indiana is Blind. Her financial condition is distressing., or. Chase had. Uffe insurance to the amount of four thousand dollars All of which but one thousand dollars was payable to mrs. Chase. The one thousand dollars was payable to the estate and will be eaten by the debts left by the late governor. The family Home is mortgaged. The beat investment of the three thousand dollars could not possibly bring mrs. Chase Over two Hundred and forty dollars a year. A it was a Young girl in new York aided by mrs. William Waldorf Astor who first suggested the Flower Mission nearly Twenty years ago. She noticed the great wealth Anil waste of Flowers that she said would so Gladden sick hearts. Mrs. 48or air Ted her a sending notices to the several churches inviting the congregation to Send Flowers on a certain Day. Thirteen persons responded and on Hundred and fifty men and women received from this first contribution a Little Bunch of Flowers. A a Little nonsense.44 a Bobby on ferry boat a a i know Why the River is so angry Jack a Why re Bobby a because it is crossed so bound table. A a what do we mean by health a asked the teacher. A health a said a timid Little voice a is when you Are real fat and have lots of youths companion. A a poor Young Man was trying to win a Rich Young woman. A be mine he implored. A by that kind of a mine a she responded. A Gold mine a a Detroit free press. A experience in the world s ways shows that an a general Rule the politician who has the posh is one who has the pull a Boston Codler. A a now a said one of the Campaign managers to the candidate a to Start with you Are a a excuse me in a a a what do you mean a a i propose to run this Campaign on Gold Silver and Washington Star. A Little Ned a a done to take away the Light Mamma a i want you to learn to sleep without a Light Little Ned a a must i sleep in the dark a Mamma Little Ned a Well then wait a minute. I guess ill get up and say my prayers a Little More a Pittsburgh bulletin. A Baas a and of which variety is your wife the clinging Vine or the a Elf assertive a cases a a Little of both. When she wants a new dress or a new Bonnet she generally begins in the clinging Vine Roll if that does no to bring the Money then she changes to the self assertive and Well Ehe invariably gets the dress or the Bonnet a a Boston transcript. A Doherty an Irish chief Justice used to Tell How when posting on Hie circuit one of his chaise horses began to plunge furiously then ran a was. A Stop Stopf be called out. A i really think that horse has never been in harness be fore of a a a Begora your lordships right its his first time and the master says that if he bring your lordship Safe to the end of the stage Hall buy a Jenkins a Well sir i gave it to that Man straight i can Teu you sir. He is twice As big As i am too but 1 told him exactly what i thought of his rascally conduct right to his face and i called him All the names in the spudds a and did no the hit you Jenkins a Jenkins a no he did no to and when he tried to answer Back i just Hung up the Telephone and walked Globe. A one frequently hears people Sayr when addressed in some eng Page with which they Are supposed to be familiar a i can understand it but i cannot speak it the expression would not be heard As often if All who used it Buren bid off to the state for taxes of i were treated As brusquely As was a 1892 and previous years and describe j recently a in old Friend a Din statements which will hereafter a a a a a be forwarded to the office of the treas to Are a a it a i cd understand it user of Saki county will be sold at \ but j speak it a my dog can Public auction by said treasurer at do that a Saki the Macgregor Seo Fol the county scat on the first monday words of december next at the time and place designated Fot the aun Nal tax did you say you wanted something extra a Kje to finish the inside of that new Boose Well Here we Are a a. A a a v is 7 a a v. Embossed mouldings casings and base turned columns Grill and Stair work at prices that will take you by Surprise. For samples and Price Call on or address a n. S. Jillson sold agent Box 521, sooth Haven Mich. If you want a if you want a table Pat rack Cliea Ilins a Cir o i a my a a Furm Ture it ing week. The line runs from Chan tiers about five Miles from Welland to Ridge Villa four Miles Distant on the amp Buffalo Lide and connects the main lice of ibo t., h. A a with a gravel pit. The full name of the Road is the lathnni.lar-8on and gravel pit of this line the Grimsby Independent says u the railway officials accompanied by some of our citizens went Over the new line on saturday from St. Anns. The ran was made in 45 minutes including three stoppages. The Titue is certainly excellent considering that the line is not ballasted this Road is certainly a 44 Friday november 1st is a Day Long to be remembered by the inhabitants of this p4$ce, for on that Date the first train being the construction train arrived at our Village. The temporary Bridge Over the Twenty not being ready a delay occurred by it on tuesday the train passed Over and went on its Way to Smil Brille a a 44 r. F. Gough of the firm of Maxey Larson ago Tigh Railroad contractors and de. Stewart timekeeper for the above firm were in town on that last item looks As though our44 Moses had officially dropped what a has been known by since he was Twenty minutes old and taken his Correct a s. Van Ostrand the Druggie to will Tell Yon that no one is better qualified to judge of the merits of an article than the dealer because he bases his opinion on the experience of All who use it. For this reason he wishes of to publish the remarks of other dealers about an article be handles. Meres. C. F. Moore Newberg parlor suite Spring bed or mattress or anything to be found in a furniture store you will find them in greatest variety a largest Stock and lowest prices at the store of E. Thompson. Administrators Sale. In the i Attar of the a it use of Fannie m. Com a a took deceased. Notice be Here that by of Tjie of a Mcnee granted to me by the probate court Birthe county of Van Byren. State of Michigan. 1 will Tell at Public a cute 10 the highest bidder at the front door of the town Lylall build Hijra the Village of South Haver Van la Tevus , Mich a Gen Obj the 23d Day of a it been by eighteen Hen Are it to und jul fifty love at eleven o Elock in the Forenoon. All the right title and inter ont of the a Tel Fannie m. L on my it cd in and to the following described real estate to wit a Parv of kit the three isl and four do Ltd Bra k number two in to Yak Ina Lylall addition a the Village of South Haven a crowd Lotf to the record to Ian of a Aid Village in i old a hair to recorded and More i articular by Dee crib Dan . Via la ginning in the Outh Bounds of Plant Nix Atrev at the Northeast or it or of land deeded to the Horrih hav a run up a w roy1 Arch Maeou by Patrick Mead uie tir rum Mir Vircol alone Tho month Boundary of raid Uncort thirty two sri feet to laude deeded to Burr Bobbin three a a the Al no mid Bobbin Nat line 8 to i a Laa of owned but Calvin Fletcher Eubence a a it along a eld up Tchet North line Thirl a two 32 feet to land deeded to Lia in chapter t toy Elarch thence eight 81 Rod to the Fli it a month Fri Bounds. Cornelia j tafrbeli., administrator of de it Daed nov Unher feb. L>83 we get others pries then see me that settles it. Sole agent Abr the n Ftp 111 Call and see it. Berlaine a cough remedy than All others put together and it always gives Good or. J. F. Allen Fox Oregon says m i believe chamberlains cough remedy to be the Best i have or. We h. Hitchcock Columbus Washington says 44 chamberlains cough remedy Sells Well and is highly praised by All who use Sale of state tax lands. State of Michigan auditor a office Lansing november 1, 1395. Notice is hereby Given that certain lands situated in the county of Van administrator s Sale. In the matter of thu estate of Cathrin b. Com a Tock decease cd. Notice it hereby Sylven. That by Virmae of a ii Ccu a Gran fed to me by he predate Couit for he Donn to of Van of a Mehigan i will Tell at Public Vendue to tha highest bidder Ai the front d or of the town Hall building in the Village a f myth Haven Van Guren the-�?�28d Day of Handrail and ninety five at eleven o clock in the Forenz a All the and interest of the said Calvin fun and a it the following described real estate to wit five and one fourth acres of land b 1-4 off from the North we to Corner of the Northwest Quarter of Section number Twenty four 24town one 1 South of Range Terentee 17 West. Van Boren county Michigan Alao All that certain piece or parcel of Laud i Tatad in the Village and town hip of sooth Haven Van Buren county slate of Michigan known and described a Fol Law to wit commencing eighty eight feet South of the North weal Corner of hot dumber four 4f in Block number Twe 2 in Yuckman. Laie it co a and Dirkx to the Viliane of South Haven and on the weal line of said lot number four and Thedro and parallel with the Norih line old Aid lot three Ift Roda to Bench Booth Twenty two 22 feet thence weal three 8 oath Twenty two 22 feet to the place of a Effim la or come Luau. Tarb2ll, administrator of awl deceased. Doted november 4th, 1805. We laundry a place where clothes Ara washed i a a a you can to miss it. Follow Center Street South to the first Ravine look out on the Broad expanse of lowlands and behold Neeti eing close to the South Bank and put there for your Benefit the one leading feature of this enterprising City the South Haven steam laundry we do so Are patrons say Good work C. Bishop. No borne is Complete without a cannot mention All the special the Conover Schubert or Kings f to it a a 0 Bury pianos or the Chicago cot to a of a Ira of Honor a when owe of i Tage Newman Bro or Packard or a i i Sale if not redeemed or Gan 080 1x3 boy it of s k come 111 anti a to a some frenchmen were boasting of their piano Organ it is an undisputed fact that we Are leading on i Adies and gents underwear. T a. Come in and be convinced. Special Sale on. M curtains monday november 11 and lasting throw the week. Ask for the ladies wraps. 19 cents. Look at the menus a a All Wool underwear one Dollar and a Quarter a suit. An easy Roeker for 98 cents. Fur capes for $4.98 dance led according to 1atv. Said statements contain it Des Ere Speaks in the very High ret term a cd Sioa of each pare 1 a i a Aid Ihms a Moat Droit Deal fat. Teaf a Dnell to had for less Money than the Ower-1 a j Ever met. A How was str asked Crery a �ia-<8 instruments at factory friers i a my Cut prove the statue Eiju upon or and and cheating him. , will make All deals _ _ _ w right and will Settle for 11 goods j motto Enterprise on the part of a of the Good qualities of the deceased so a we on Platina Witt is right and do the a la. A the office of the Coutv treasurer of Tours Toser Quot the Villa be a a a a 8d�?Teru8etetdt am0n� and a be and bus Daut Quot Ster they Are received by him. J. I. 4 those who May decide to a on year can know they have the sympathy of j Stanley w. Turner All who know their Mother Bere. Body. A i was at a hotel and chanced to insult a total Tanger. It turned eat that he we m fencing master. A one or Tifi other of us he declared id fearful Wrath a will not go out of this room alive a so let it her i shouted in response and then i rushed ont of the room locked the door behind my a red Tell hit there to diet s. E. Combs. Office in a. V. Selkirk a harness shop yours for bargains
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