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South Haven Tribune (Newspaper) - May 19, 1899, South Haven, MichiganSooth Haven Tribune 1ss�okd every Elday. Ira a. Smith editor us proprietor. Office 410 Phoenix Street. Entered at the South Haven Postoj fir As mail matter of the 2d class. Oak Telephone no. 154. Subscriptions yearly $1.00 pro rata f or fractions of year. Terms always in Advance. Advertising rates made known on application. Friday. A 10,190. Wants damages mrs. Martha Rorvik a amp its for a fall. $1,500 a new boat line. Effort bein6 made to Stock for one. Sell they want to Purchase the Steamer unique. Fast in a communication to the coun Cik last night mrs. Martha Ronk notified them that she would hold Thi City liable for $ 1,500 damages for Rev wories sustained by falling on a defect in walk. In april mrs. Ronk fell on a walk on Green Street which she claims was defective and injured her ankle and according to the affidavit made last night has since been unable to use the injured member. The matter was referred to the committee a Graham amp on claims. Sugar beets advice As to planting by one who has know them. There is a movement on foot in South Haven to organize a new boat line for the purpose of purchasing the fast Steamer unique capt. Joe Smith and h.,e. Herman Are at the head of the Enterprise. They desire to organize a company with $20,000 and of this amount they will subscribe $7,000 and ask others to subscribe the balance in Stock. The unique was built in 1894 and is said to be the fastest screw wheel Steamer on the lakes. It is guaranteed to make 20 Miles an hour regular time and can be pushed to a maximum Speed of 24 Miles an hour. A she is 175 feet Ong and is one of the Best built a it ats on the Lake. She is capable of carrying 500 passengers. The Loat could make the run from Here to Chicago in four hours about the same time it now requires the Morton boats to run rom St. Oseph to Chicago. If the promoters succeed in getting the required amount the boat will be purchased and run in cd i Section with the Steamer City of grand rapids. Personal mention. Dow visited his family Over 8un or Day. Or. J. C. Merson a Home from a business trip. / Willis Hallock left for Alpena this . D. A. Brower left for Kalamazoo yesterday Isaac Sanders a citizen of Geneva died saturday. Chae. Tracy and Chas. Converse made a trip to Saugatuck sunday. Mrs. 0 b. Tracy is still under the physicians care. Mrs de Rice is gaining slowly from her fall two weeks ago. Or. Turner returned Home from Waterloo la., on saturday. 1 improvements. The Farmers who have taken con tracts to grow sugar beets should be very careful and not sow the seed too deep As it causes a weak and tender growth liable to be blasted by the cold or hot wind and in Many cases never reaches the surface at All. A seed might better be planted half an Inch deep rather than being about one Inch. There is no hurry about planting if this cold weather continues As any time before june 1st will answer. The fruit growers South of St. Joseph were somewhat alarmed ret gently by the appearance of a Fly which in some cases stripped their Berry plants of their leaves and a import was largely circulated that Oft account of a Large acreage of sugar beets having been planted near there it was supposed the insect was brought there with the beet seed but investigation proved it was not so and in no other locality where beet Seel has been sown has the insect appeared. A Dollar savings store special sales of ladies capes and jackets saturday and monday May 20th and 22nd. Why bind yourself to pay $25 for a wheel when you can buy one of those celebrated Ivanhoe for $20. See Geo. Anderson. Soldiers reunion will kit a held in South Haven june 9 and to. The third Michigan Calvary was Given the use of the Park and City Hall on june 9 and 10 by the City Council last night. The com Pany on those Days hold their annual reunion in this City and it is expected that about forty of the old veterans will be present. The company was organized in this county 1% 161 by capt Hud son of Paw Paw. Among the surviving members of the company who reside Here Are Lenry Wells Henry Chatfield a. Voorhees Anc Hiram Wells. / a new factory is looking for a suitable location-$25.000 subscribed. Base Ball goods at Hills. It is sworn to. He circulation of the daily Tribune was 1,500 daily last week. New subscribers Are being added every Day. Ira a. Smith being duly sworn deposes and says that he i the editor and proprietor of the daily Tribune and that the average circulation of the daily Tribune from May 8 to May 13, 1899 wa3 1,500 copies daily. Ira a. Smith. Sworn and subscribed to before me this 15th Day of May. 1899, Guy j. Wick8all, notary Public. The average Dailey circulation of the Dailey Tribune since it was started has been 1500 copies daily and new subscribers Are being added to the list daily. Advertisers will do Well to consider How Many families read the Tribune every Day. The weekly a Tribune circulation is also growing. South Haven markets. South Haven May 18. Grain. Trim a Bishop Are paying the following prices today for Grain wheat -680. Rye�?45c. Oats�?82o. Corn�?38c. Buckwheat�?$1.00 per Ewt. Hay�?$10 to $11 per ton. Mutter �008 an1> vegetables. A Telegram Irtz the hocs says men from Chicago to Yentun har Bor and St. Joseph Werl Here today looking up an eligible site for concern to manufacturer a Patent Oil Burner stove. Sex Consul Thos. O Hara and other prominent men Are interested. So far $25,000 of Stock has been subscribed. We Are informed that this company hat not yet selected a location. Why could not some Effort be made to get it in South Haven m. Hale a co. Are paying amp a following prices today butter�?15c. % eggs Luc. By potatoes�?40c. W beans�?80c. Apples $1.00 por by. Meath. Al at let Wighton of the a Dollar savings store Bate instituted a special Salt a Day to be held every Bat Ida from 8 a to to 8 . Twelve solid hours that you an take advantage of time and make inure Money than in any other Way. Watch turn Dally Tribune for the announcement Cash week. W. Jacobs is paying the following prices today ? hogs dressed 4, alive 3f cattle dressed 6, alive 3. Chicken a Lvi weight 7c. Turkey live 7c. Lard�?0c. Sheep dressed 6 to 7, live 3ci veal dressed 5 to 7c. Reid a ea0a St. Touts a an Mac. and feed stable special driving rata the Olean Vasfa Tueff grand inc Tun Manoor a a san ten har�or4 open 4m and Elf it sue and Hack in a take no Quot a to 0avio hid from Row j. D. 0�?Thagau has returned from a recent visit to Chicago. Or. Wise a Springfield 111., was the guest of his sister Over sunday. Or. Geo. Gibbon of Chicago was in town prospecting with b d. Seeley. Ralph Jennings and wife of Paw Paw were in town the last of the week v _ l. A. Leighton went to Chicago monday night on the Steamer Glenn. Mrs. O. Gass returned from a business trip to Chicago the first of the week. Miss Horton of Bangor returned Home on saturday after a visit with friends Here. Or a l Leach of Detroit is the guest of his brother w. O. Leach of the North Side. 8. And Roy Rice and wife went to Arlington on their wheels Sif Uday to visit their grandmother mrs. At Rice. Will Seymour who has been a pending the Winter in Texas Aud other portions of the South returned Home on saturday ? messes. Paffard and Unger of Allegan and e. D. Foster of Glenn relatives of or. And mrs. A Engle spent sunday with them. Chas. Chappell and family former residents of this place came Down on the excursion sunday. Or. C m. Allen of Bloomingdale who has been visiting his daughter mrs. U. Burneil returned Home on saturday mrs l. C. Abbey of Kalamazoo was in town Friday Enro Ute by boat to Chicago. Or. G. W. Doll of Chicago is building an addition to his farm House South East of town. Mrs. E. C. Dei Hammer father Mother and sister Are Here to spend the summer with her. W. G. Harvey of Chicago Sun Dayed with Bis family on their farm Southeast of town. Or. And mrs. G. C. Nevins of Douglas spent sunday with his brother S. Novins. Conductor Soule of the s. H. Amp e accompanied by his wife returned Home sunday from Detroit. Burr Becraft of Watervliet spent sunday with his Uncle w j. Been tit of the North Side. Sam Avery and wife of Hartford were among the excursion lists on the South Haven and Eastern r. R. Sunday. Miss Kittle Showerman of Paw Paw is visiting her sister miss Lottie Showerman. Or. Fred l Cook of Lansing who has been Al Sikiru his brother w ill Cook returned Home this morning. Or. Arthur Jarvis of Chicago spent sunday with his parents and brother of the moorlands. Mrs. D. A Hewitt of Union 111, who has been visiting the family of b. D. Seeley returned cd her Home on monday. Mrs. Rose Colegrove of Hastings who was the guest of mrs. Henning last week returned Home on saturday. Or. G. Fox of Lagrange 111. Is the guest of his daughter mrs. G. C. Gilmore North of town y. H. Llo King of Pittsburg a. Is Here on a Brief visit with his parents or. And mrs. James Hosking near Maple Crove miss Josephine Spencer and or. a on Taylor of pennsylvania., spent sunday with the family of ii enry Chatfield. Or. 0. Sattre and family of Rice Luke wis. Are the guests of or. And mrs. James husking parents of mrs Sattre. George burling amp a came on the excursion from a ton Harbor and called on relatives hero being u brother of mrs cd Rice. Or. A. B Pomeroy who was the guest of his brother George Pomeroy Over sunday left for his Home in Topeka Kansas monday. Or. Calvin Drake who has reopen try been very ill and hardly expected to recover is now Able to be about and was noticed on our streets monday. Messes. W. O. And L. Leach left for Otsego this morning where they will Load a Carload oboes for d. Walker of Evert this state. >7. W. Chatfield who travels in the Tai Terest of we. Mackey a sons stove manufacturers spent sunday with his family Here. Or. Howard Robertson postmaster at Austin 111., who has been the guest of his Sis a mrs. C. Warren Over sunday will leave for his Home this evening c. K Farmer assistant Secretary of the Wolverine sugar to. Of Benton har Bor is to the City in the interest of the company and is calling 103 Auu id the Farmers who have contracted to grow beets for the company. Ai blood has just completed extensive improvements on his House and Bam East of town postmaster Dei Amei e has recently pm relished his dwelling with a new coat of paint which greatly enhances its appearance. Austin Beckwith of Bangor township who lost his residence by fire not. Long since is rebuilding. Georgs Hale has recently completed extensive improvements on his North Sid residence which renders it one among the most attractive on Lake Avenue. A mrs. H. E. Dewey whose residence was badly damaged by fire during the Winter has inbuilt enlarged and greatly improved its appearance or. Will Keeler is budding an addition and otherwise improving a neat Little dwelling on the Coiner of f r Joseph and 8outh Haven streets. Capt. Matthews of the life saving station with his Efflow it Crew have for their own enjoyment Creati 1 a Beautiful Lawn surrounding the station but on entering upon their Durkt this Spring found it buried out of sigh and were obliged to remove 125 1< ads >1 Sand which had drifted Over it during the Winter. Ice Cream Hawcroft. Soda 5 Cut its Rudow a try the famous a. 1. Cigar try Geo. Reid a to sorial parlor for a Good hair Cut or shave. Look at Hills prices. South Haven and Eastern r. R. The fruit Belt line. In the heart of the Michigan fruit Belt seeking health pleasure or profit ? Are you looking for a Home in the country ? 1 a change from the corroding car is of City life ? / my a fruit farm. A poultry farm. A Grain farm. A Dairy farm. A general purpose farm. A dwelling. A sum finer Home by the Seaside. A cottage Joe. An abode among a Law abiding and genial people. P. F 0 x n a Section where you can find More of the comforts and More Quot i of the luxuries of civilization time table taking effect sunday january 29th, 1899. Subject to change without notice. Cancelling All time tables of previous dates. Going West stations. Going cast p. 11. A. A 11. P. 2 00 i 55 Lawton 11 10 8 00 2 15 7 05 Paw Paw 10 50 7 45 2 30 7 20 Quot Lake i or 10 30 7 20 2 40 7 35 a Lawrence 10 15 7 06 3 00 7 56 Hattu 1 10 00 6 25 3 25 8 16 la he 9 35 6 05 3 35 8 25 covet 9 25 5 50 3 45 8 35 Quot Packard 9 16 5 40 4 00 8 60 to Haven 9 00 5 25 p. U a. If. A. P. Connections on mad for Chica to via. Williams Tau spot Latsiou line during Nav Gration. All to Lins daily except sunday. Stations marked thus Are Dag stations. G. It. R. Connections Are made at Lawton with Michigan Central trains East and West As follows trains East at 1.35 audlr.12a.in6 26 Aud 8.35 p. West 2.14 and 6.52 a. M., 1.57 Aud 5.04p.m. C. A w a Rob. Train leave Hartford As follows going North 3.45 and 11.10 a. M., 3.04 and 8.10 p. Trains South 2.40 and 10.00 a. M., 1.51 and 8,42 p. D. H. Patter8cn, Gen. go a. C. Amp w. Ray. Sunday feb. 5,1899. Going North. A. A. P m. P in. La Chicago 6 50 11 45 4 15 11 50 by. Joseph 10 10 2 30 7 10 2 50 Hartford 11 06 3 01 7 56. 3 45 a. Holland 12 25 4 10 9 15 5 15 a. Allegan 55 / 9 35 m Muskegon p 2 00 6 40 6 50 Pentwater 11 15 a. G. Rapids p 1 25 p5 00 10 15 6 20 travers c y 11 10 12 40 Ptosky 3 45 going Soi h p. A. In. 1 m. P in. La. 12 00 7 30 n 45 6 00 Muskegon 11 15 7 00 10 00 5 40 Algan 11 00 7 a a 5 30 Holland 12 45 8 Quot i i 00 7 00 Hartford 1 51 10 0 50 8 42 fit. Joseph 2 30 11 00 it 65 9 30 a. A Hie ago 6 15 2 10 a a 20 Geo. De Haven g. P. A. Row r. Knapp age to Hartford Mich. Some Good ii feet of shoe dept 1st, at the lowest possible Cost with Good schools Good roads in equable climate Freedom from cyclones or epidemic diseases. For further information wite or Call J. Edgell sooth Hava i my the old reliable dealer in real estate it to has a record of locating Over 1,100 families in to years the W. Williams transportation line South Haveit and cd Caco time table april to Jone t. 1899. Leave South Haven every monday wednesday Friday at re 9 00 . Leave cic330 r. Fly til try to. It a. Oar a. 30 . Until further notice will Lea a of Connery a Dock foot of Michigan St Chicago. The W. Williams transportation line Jiulia. We wish style and Quality. 2nd, Low prices. A few a special misses Black and chocolate slip pers and oxfords sizes 12 to 2, regular $1.25 values 89c. Misses Black and chocolate High shoes lace and Button Coin and London toe including cloth tops regular $1.60 and $1.76 values sizes 12 to 3, Only 98c. This is a rare bargain the Price quoted being less than the Cost of making. Ladies Oxford ties. Done to forget that we Are yet of Fering some Good styles of broken lines in oxfords for 69c. New styles in Black and Tan with cloth tops 98c to $1.50, to Call the attention of the South Haven a a drinkers to the fact that we have the Best a i Quot he Cleverest thing in town is the w. B. Mason amp son irk in town for five cents. Give it a trial. Rudow amp Hawcroft self playing piano. Call and see it. S. E. Combs also sail Pianus and organs

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