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South Haven Tribune (Newspaper) - May 26, 1899, South Haven, MichiganAven vol. 3, no. 17.South 1iaven, Michigan Friday May 26, life. Ten hours earlier. F ill South Haven mail be delivered hereafter. The Williams trans. Cons boats will be made mail steamers. Postmaster Delamere and congressman Hamilton entitled to much credit. Wei6hs 123 1-2 pounds. Lela Phillips aged eight years weighs that. Miss Lela Phillips of Bangor who has been the guest of mrs. A. A Talbot of the North Side will celebrate her eighth birthday to Day and is a perfect picture of health weighing 123yi pounds. This is a fair Sample of Michigan As a health resort. Fino building lots in 811 Vor Springs addition $75 to $125 Only 12 minutes walk from Posto Allce. Inquire on premises at peach cottage or of Fred j. Perkins Over m. V. 8.lirk�?Ts harness shop. Under White Flag. Speed cd to the Tribune. Manila May 25.�?-the filipino copy in missioners left by special train to Day to meet the american officers. They will be received through the american lines under a Flag if truce to is expected their trip will be Yery Short. Two pfc Ash in new York. It Tribune. A May 25,�? special to the tril new York May 25,two per and a woman perished at destroyed a lodging West 47th Street this they have not yet been son a m in the fire House on Forenoon. I identified. Statesman dead. Through the Earnest efforts of postmaster Chas. Delamere of this City and congressman e. A a Hamilton South Haven is to have improved mail service within a Short time. As the mails now run those wishing to get mail out for the North or Northwest must have it in the Post office before 4 of clock in the afternoon or it will not be sent out before 9 of clock the next morning. Recently postmaster Delamere decided to make an Effort to induce the Post office department to Issue an order making the Quot Williams trans. Co. Boats mail steamers for the purpose of carrying mail Between South Haven and Chicago. With this in View he went to Niles and enlisted the co operation of congressman Hamilton in the scheme. Congressman Hamilton took the May Ter up immediately with the department and the consequence was that or. Sheldon Allen of grand rapids chief clerk of the railway mail service came Here to investigate the feasibility of the plan. He investigated it and recommended to the department that the application be granted. In a letter received from him by t postmaster Delamere this morning he said a there is no doubt but that the route will be the route will probably be established about june 5th, As that is the Date mentioned by or. Delamere in his application. This will give South Haven mail about ten hours earlier than in the past. A Pouch will be made up at the office Here every Niolu containing mail for Chicago the North and Northwest and immediately upon its arrival in Chicago it will be distributed so that the mail not intended for Chicago will go out on the Earlif morning trains. A Pouch made up at Chicago containing the mail for South Haven will arrive Here every morn chg on the boat so that the patrons a was but had a email but Iff the office can secure their mail Early in the morning. Of postmaster Delamere and congressman Hamilton Are entitled to the everlasting thanks of the Community for their Ujj Geht work in securing the much needed and de. Sired improvement to our mail service. When congressman Hamilton goes after anything for South h Aven he usually gets it. F Apo Oil to the Tribune. Madrid May 25,Senor Castella a distinguished Spanish statesman is dead. Grants franchise to build a Street railway in South Haven. Must have it in operation within four months. Ordinario was signed and sent to Chicago to Day. Vola. Something Hawcroft. Nice. Budow a Van Ostrand is m0vin6. Will occupy a portion of the new Hale Block. Vanostrand has moved his soda Fountain into his new store loom in Hales new Block to be followed by the removal of the whole Stock when or. Vanostrand will be the proprietor of one of the finest pharmacy outfits in Western Michigan of which More will be heard hereafter. The theater. Appreciative audience. In a clothes Basket. Four babies brought from Ann Arbor it to the children a Home. J mrs. Decker the Matron of the St. Joseph children a Home has just returned Frum Ann Arbor Hospital with four babies which were carried in one clothes Basket All the Way. The Little ones age Rugge from one week to three months and it was an easy matter to carry All four in the clothes Basket. One of these babies was taken to Muskegon by a lady from that City.benton Harbor palladium. The Hoyt opera company played last night to a Small but appreciative audience. The sout Haven Public for once got left As the company is an exceptionally Good one and every number of their program was encoded. Special Praise is due to the two ladies who Sang the duets As they were remarkably Well rendered and elicited the uns tinted commendation of even the most critical. The company lost Money on their Date Here. They left this morning for South Holland where they will play tonight. A franchise was granted by the Council to messes m. Jacobs c. J. Monroe and w. S. Bradley to construct maintain and operate a Street railway on certain streets in the Village of South Haven. Permission was granted to Lay a single track commencing at the Lake Shore Road thence South to Brockway Avenue thence East to main Street thence South to Dyck Man Avenue thence East to Broadway thence South to Phoenix Street thence West to Kalamazoo Street thence South to Superior Street thence West to St. Joseph Street thence South to South Haven Street thence West to Chestnut Street and following Chestnut Street and Thomas Avenue to the a a South line of the Village. The tracks Are to be Laid in the Center of the Street except on Lake Street. The ordinance binds the company to pave Between and one foot on either Side of the track at any time the Village shall pave or improve the streets and to remove All Snow and ice during the Winter at i ,. Their own expense. They May operate by a system of electric Power either overhead underground primary or storage Mattery or by any new and approved method of motive Power which May hereafter be discovered. Hey Are not allowed to use steam or animal Power. They will be permitted to carry passengers Reight baggage express or u. S. Mail and the rates of fare shall not be More than five cents for a continuous ride. Cars must run every thirty minutes from 0 a. M. To 11 p. M. From april 1 to oct. 1 and at East every two hours at other times of the year. Cars will be allowed to run 0 Miles an hour on Dykeman Avenue Broadway Phoenix and Kalamazoo streets and ten Miles an hour on the others. The ordinance Calls for the completion of the Road within four months of tsar the acceptance of the ordinance. It further provides that within 00 Days messes Jacobs men Roe and Bradley must assign the franchise to a corporation to be organized under the provisions of chapter 95 of Howells and that the offices of the company shall in South Haven. L a. Leighton of the Quot Dollar saving store has instituted s 1 special Sale Day to to Beki w tit of saturday of amp it a 8 a m. To 3 p m. Twelve solid hours that you can Lake advantage erf time Ami Nike More Money than in any Oiler Way. Watch Tbs daily to Ibum for the announce meat each week. Finite at 0. 8. . Clearing the River. Yacht owners Are getting Heady for summer business. Messes. Donahue Paxton god Frey and Stanton have been Busy the past two Days snagging the River so that the boats could Navi Gate the Stream without danger. I All would turn out and help the River could be put in much better condition which is much needed Captain Donahue having done nearly All the work in this direction previous to this. Minor mention. De when the Village attains 15,000 population the company is compelled to pay into this City Treasury 4 of 1 per cent annually of the Gross receipts. They Are prohibited from furnishing Light or Power to other than for their own use. The ordinance goes into effect in 20 Days. It is a Long ordinance and covers every Point thoroughly so that hereafter there will be no misunderstanding. The Ordi Nan a was signed to Day by president drench and clerk Hewson and forwarded to or. Jacobs in Chicago. It now looks As though the Road was a sure go As they Are buying ties rails etc., and have a franchise from South Haven to to Saugatuck. T. L smite sumo Cedeor to j. D. To Hueyop the grocer no. 403 Phoenix Street cold Springs resort will open june 15th. Or. Walter Cook has opened a Branch real estate office in Chicago a Carload of lumber arrived wednesday from Bloomingdale for a. M. Prouty. A new sidewalk is being Laid from Corner of Huron Street to t. C. Williams new hotel. A portion of the furnishings for Captain Napiers hotel on the base line Road have arrived. United states inspector h. A. Winn arrived this morning and the dredge began work in the Harbor. The Timber is now ready for the commencement of work on Glenn pier. Or. D. D. Tourtelott has charge of the work. The Paw Paw True northerner came out this week with a memorial Day edition which was very creditable. A Large attendance was present at the meeting of the i. O. O. F. Lodge wednesday night and or. Charles Boyorek took the initiatory degree. We notice one of out enterprising Young grocer men had a display of new potatoes string Beans and cucumbers on the Market yesterday. Or. Edward Prouty dropped a letter a containing a Check for �71, from his pocket this morning in front of the Post office but was fortunate enough to find it again fully half hour later. The son of Charles Crossman of Maple Grove fell from a loaded Wagon Corner of Phoenix and Broadway wednesday sustaining a facture of the left Arm which was treated by or. Mater the patricians held their regular meeting wednesday night at their Hall above the first state Bank and or. Peter Walkins was initiated. Since january 1st, 1809, the order has written $796,500 Worth of insurance. The first Home grown strawberries of the season were brought into town monday by Lon Haines having been raised on his farm Southeast of town. There were two cases of them and were sold to our merchants for Home consumption. Hews of the state. Secretary Alger ill make a ten Days trip through Michigan beginning about the Middle of june. Miss Anna Vogt a popular Young Saleslady of Detroit died from the excessive use of headache Powers. \ gov. Pingree a has appointed of Brien j. Atkinson of port Huron jl8 additional circuit judge for St. Clair county. Geo. Lyle Dudley Mclaughlin and we. Johns Detroit highwaymen have gone to Jackson prison under sentence of Twenty years each. M. Germon and wife of Butler were attacked by two immense Blu racers recently and the reptiles were Only vanquished by a Revol ver. While Riding at Breakneck Speed on his bicycle at Riverdale Jack Moblo son of a leading merchant was terribly injured. His wheel collapsed precipitating him to the ground lacerating his face and tearing one of his ears of. The veterans of North Muskegon Are preparing to observe memorial Day and one of the special features will be the dedication of the soldiers Monument. 19 feet High with an 8-foot base which is now being placed in the cemetery. A there Are others Quot but Only one i a. A Chas. 5. Hill a who Sells drugs and groceries. 511 Phoenix St. Here Are his prices for Cash wednesday thursday Friday and saturday., May 24, 25, 20 and 27. A Good Rice a 6c la. Pkg Corn starch @ 5c la. A a gloss starch a 0c la. 1 pkg baking powder @ 5c la. A windows full of soap 10 bars for 25c. Sears Best crackers 0c la. 1 pint bottle bluing 4c. Tea Coffee flour lard amp etc., at prices to sell them. Call and see c. S. Hell drugs and groceries. Wall paper Al Bastine disinfectants All Cut a figure in the Spring House cleaning. The old adage a a there a no place like Home is Only True where Home is attractive. The Home should be the most Happy spot on Earth a place of rest Comfort and enjoyment after the labors of the Day. It pays to make the Home Beautiful but while adding to its attractiveness we should not forget to keep it in a Sari itary condition the sinks drains and closets should be looked after and properly disinfected. It is needless for us to say that we have everything in this line you will need and if we can give you any advice As to the proper disinfectant to use we will gladly do so. Yours to please int Jaitt t the druggist. 510 Phoenix St. \ about the 22d we move our big Stock into Hales new Block. We say nothing about prices or goods now but will strike clip As soon As we get settled. A s. Van Ostrand a j Iwho bind your if to pay $85 toe a wheel when you can boy one of these celebrated leu Boer for #20 8#e 00. Auto inn i Hodge to Tracy liver stable and feed a Tau Fine turnouts at reasonable rates. A Cut St. Sulk him my

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