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This Bottle is a S B Kitchels Liniment, a liquid or lotion, especially one made with oil, for rubbing on the body to relieve pain Bottle

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This Bottle is a S. B. Kitchels Liniment Bottle. A Liniment is a liquid or lotion, especially one made with oil, for rubbing on the body to relieve pain. This Bottle Was Found in Burrus's Barn in 1966 in June. I got it from a bottle collector who was 97 and going into a nursing home. After much research I decided the bottle was from the 1920s or around then. The bottle is embossed on the front with S.B. Kitchel's Liniment. I give history on the man S.B. Kitchel below. You have to read to get to him. Sorry.

This bottle is very collectible for any bottle collectors out there. It has the original note from when it was found inside it. It has the original lid and it comes out. It is in great vintage condition. It looks like hand blown clear glass. It could also be used as home decoration or a vase, it is a beautiful bottle.

HISTORY FROM:
GREATER COLDWATER CENTENNIAL, Souvenir Historical Program
Greater Coldwater Centennial 1961

Pages 79-70:
NEWSPAPERS AND NEWSPAPERMEN
1860-1900
By Glen Hughes

"The first number of The Republican was published in 1866, Major D. E.
Easton, editor and owner. The next year Easton was joined by Dr. P. P.
Nichols. The paper changed owners several times in the next few years, but
in 1873 it came into the capable hands of Abram J. Aldrich who remained
editor and owner down to 1893. Mr. Aldrich, grandson of the Abram Aldrich
who owned the first mill at Hodunk, and grandfather of Dr. Napier S. Aldrich
of this city, made the Republican one of the best newspapers in Coldwater
history.
In 1897 the Republican was consolidated with The Courier, which had
been started in 1885 by William G. Moore and Dr. P. P. Nichols. The paper
had several changes in ownership down to the time of its consolidation under
the management of C. C. Newell and Major George H. Turner, when the paper
became the Courier and Republican.
Another paper, a short-lived one, was the Union Sentinel owned by
Franklin V. Smith and William Moore. This paper, discontinued in 1870, and
was Democratic like its predecessor, the Sentinel, but the word "Union" was
used to imply that it supported the war.
The Daily Reporter was established in 1895, the first daily paper in
the city. Simon B Kitchel, the founder, had enjoyed a varied and successful
career. Coming to Coldwater after the Civil War, he practiced law and
served the county as prosecutor and the city as mayor.
Kitchel compounded and sold the famous "Kitchel's Liniment" ---
"Good for man or beast" --- that became a household word throughout the
country, and it might be said that this business was an important factor in
the establishment of the Reporter. Mr. Kitchel had acquired a considerable
amount of printing equipment to handle the labels and advertising for his
product, and he conceived the idea that a newspaper was the answer to the
problem of seasonal shut-downs.
Once in the field of journalism he made the Reporter one of the
outstanding papers of Southern Michigan, employing the best in editors,
among whom were A. J. Aldrich and W. C. Bailey. Although Kitchel was a
robust Republican and his paper frankly partisan, he waged a battle against
"bossism" and was one of the leaders in the in the fight against the party
caucus and for the establishment of direct primaries in Michigan.
One other paper should be mentioned. In 1881 the Coldwater Sun was
established. This passed into the hands of Willis Bailey. In 1891 Gen. J.
G. Parkhurst, Judge John B. Shipman, E. E. Barlow and the Rev. Henry Hughes
came into the company, and an attempt was made to establish once more a
strong Democratic paper. The project was not successful, and right after
the turn of the century, one of the most colorful figures of local
journalism, John S. Evans, combined it with his Star, making it the Sun and
Star. Evans battled for lost causes for many years. His editorials were
widely read, and more widely disagreed with. He was an ardent Prohibitionist
and so astute a politician that in 1896 he engineered a coalition of
minority parties to elect a Prohibitionist to Congress in the strongly
Republican Third District.
Through the 19th century Coldwater did not lack for editorial
writers --- Major George T. Turner, J. S. Evans, Henry and Willis Bailey,
Charles Newell and S. B. Kitchel ranking with the best in the state --- but
the dean of them all was Abram J. Aldrich who best expressed the necessity
of independence in Journalism:
"At this time in our political history we are attaining the point
where but two parties exist. While the editor must choose the fold to which
he shall belong, it is not his duty to blindly accept the following of any
person who may for the nonce be the recognized party leader."


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If you have any questions or comments please feel free contact me.

International buyers please contact me regarding reducing shipping costs. Please give me the Country you want it sent to and I will give you the accurate shipping cost.

I love to combine shipping for multiple items, please contact me with your zip code for a better shipping rate.

Shipping rates may seem higher than others however they include insurance, tracking, and packaging which includes tape, box, packing materials and sales tax, especially with this one, it is fragile and heavy. Thank you for understanding.

Thank you for visiting my shop. I have another Etsy shop if you are interested in vintage purses called Designerpurseskathy located at https://www.etsy.com/il-en/shop/Designerpurseskathy?ref=hdr_shop_menu . If you like vintage purses this shop is for you.

Check out my shop coupons.

Thank you Kathy
This Bottle is a S. B. Kitchels Liniment Bottle. A Liniment is a liquid or lotion, especially one made with oil, for rubbing on the body to relieve pain. This Bottle Was Found in Burrus's Barn in 1966 in June. I got it from a bottle collector who was 97 and going into a nursing home. After much research I decided the bottle was from the 1920s or around then. The bottle is embossed on the front with S.B. Kitchel's Liniment. I give history on the man S.B. Kitchel below. You have to read to get to him. Sorry.

This bottle is very collectible for any bottle collectors out there. It has the original note from when it was found inside it. It has the original lid and it comes out. It is in great vintage condition. It looks like hand blown clear glass. It could also be used as home decoration or a vase, it is a beautiful bottle.

HISTORY FROM:
GREATER COLDWATER CENTENNIAL, Souvenir Historical Program
Greater Coldwater Centennial 1961

Pages 79-70:
NEWSPAPERS AND NEWSPAPERMEN
1860-1900
By Glen Hughes

"The first number of The Republican was published in 1866, Major D. E.
Easton, editor and owner. The next year Easton was joined by Dr. P. P.
Nichols. The paper changed owners several times in the next few years, but
in 1873 it came into the capable hands of Abram J. Aldrich who remained
editor and owner down to 1893. Mr. Aldrich, grandson of the Abram Aldrich
who owned the first mill at Hodunk, and grandfather of Dr. Napier S. Aldrich
of this city, made the Republican one of the best newspapers in Coldwater
history.
In 1897 the Republican was consolidated with The Courier, which had
been started in 1885 by William G. Moore and Dr. P. P. Nichols. The paper
had several changes in ownership down to the time of its consolidation under
the management of C. C. Newell and Major George H. Turner, when the paper
became the Courier and Republican.
Another paper, a short-lived one, was the Union Sentinel owned by
Franklin V. Smith and William Moore. This paper, discontinued in 1870, and
was Democratic like its predecessor, the Sentinel, but the word "Union" was
used to imply that it supported the war.
The Daily Reporter was established in 1895, the first daily paper in
the city. Simon B Kitchel, the founder, had enjoyed a varied and successful
career. Coming to Coldwater after the Civil War, he practiced law and
served the county as prosecutor and the city as mayor.
Kitchel compounded and sold the famous "Kitchel's Liniment" ---
"Good for man or beast" --- that became a household word throughout the
country, and it might be said that this business was an important factor in
the establishment of the Reporter. Mr. Kitchel had acquired a considerable
amount of printing equipment to handle the labels and advertising for his
product, and he conceived the idea that a newspaper was the answer to the
problem of seasonal shut-downs.
Once in the field of journalism he made the Reporter one of the
outstanding papers of Southern Michigan, employing the best in editors,
among whom were A. J. Aldrich and W. C. Bailey. Although Kitchel was a
robust Republican and his paper frankly partisan, he waged a battle against
"bossism" and was one of the leaders in the in the fight against the party
caucus and for the establishment of direct primaries in Michigan.
One other paper should be mentioned. In 1881 the Coldwater Sun was
established. This passed into the hands of Willis Bailey. In 1891 Gen. J.
G. Parkhurst, Judge John B. Shipman, E. E. Barlow and the Rev. Henry Hughes
came into the company, and an attempt was made to establish once more a
strong Democratic paper. The project was not successful, and right after
the turn of the century, one of the most colorful figures of local
journalism, John S. Evans, combined it with his Star, making it the Sun and
Star. Evans battled for lost causes for many years. His editorials were
widely read, and more widely disagreed with. He was an ardent Prohibitionist
and so astute a politician that in 1896 he engineered a coalition of
minority parties to elect a Prohibitionist to Congress in the strongly
Republican Third District.
Through the 19th century Coldwater did not lack for editorial
writers --- Major George T. Turner, J. S. Evans, Henry and Willis Bailey,
Charles Newell and S. B. Kitchel ranking with the best in the state --- but
the dean of them all was Abram J. Aldrich who best expressed the necessity
of independence in Journalism:
"At this time in our political history we are attaining the point
where but two parties exist. While the editor must choose the fold to which
he shall belong, it is not his duty to blindly accept the following of any
person who may for the nonce be the recognized party leader."


Please look at the pictures they show details.

If you have any questions or comments please feel free contact me.

International buyers please contact me regarding reducing shipping costs. Please give me the Country you want it sent to and I will give you the accurate shipping cost.

I love to combine shipping for multiple items, please contact me with your zip code for a better shipping rate.

Shipping rates may seem higher than others however they include insurance, tracking, and packaging which includes tape, box, packing materials and sales tax, especially with this one, it is fragile and heavy. Thank you for understanding.

Thank you for visiting my shop. I have another Etsy shop if you are interested in vintage purses called Designerpurseskathy located at https://www.etsy.com/il-en/shop/Designerpurseskathy?ref=hdr_shop_menu . If you like vintage purses this shop is for you.

Check out my shop coupons.

Thank you Kathy

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5 out of 5 stars
Feb 14, 2018
Hi Kathy
Many thanks for the fabulous McCall's Carefree Patterns. They are all complete, in perfectly good condition, and I'm delighted with them. I'm looking forward to using them in due course. Thanks again for all your help and advice throughout the purchasing process.
Best regards
Christine Ann Moore
These are 4 Vintage Carefree Patterns From McCall's Sewing Patterns, Women's Sizes 14,16, & 18, Pattern Numbers 5531, 5604, 5510 and 5475

Reviewed by Sharal Scheve
5 out of 5 stars
Feb 13, 2018
Just as described. Beautiful old mirror. Fast shipping. Thank you!
SALE Vintage/Antique Hand Held Vanity Mirror with Brass Frame and Handle "Heavy", Crafted Enameled on Back of Mirror, with Gold Painting

Reviewed by Louise
5 out of 5 stars
Jan 26, 2018
Excellent communication and service. I love the doll and it was shipped fast.
Vintage Baby Doll w Weighted Eyes, and Movable Arms and Legs, w Hair

Reviewed by Tammy
5 out of 5 stars
Jan 20, 2018
Wonderful hat box - great condition, careful packaging. Thanks.
The William. H. Block Co. Hat Box, Small, For Fancy Small Hats, Hat Box, Small, Red Color, Great Vintage Shape, Rope Handle, Opens Easily

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