1906-01-11; Saline Observer
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j *w,^mr* : - ■ vr--A-T_..." t jB-^KiT^K",. ^Rgs«k*J«-1 398'>?WC - - ; - - -/VF ■* -*V ■ *- ".«* - ,*** -'■- *4r< :*ii •--"• *J3 ^■fij^' \. J. -WARREN;Editor. ^:;^ SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1906. VOL. XXVI.—NO 13. I have a lot of-*-***^-*'''-*' GUTTERS if BOB SLEIGHS 4 and wiU name a-very low price on them while they last. Buy a whip or Pocket Knife at my store and you will recommend them to your friends. Respectfully, FLAVE D. FORD We Auk lhe Public /$?} for the courtesies of the past year. Weareatyourseryi.ee for the year 1906. We promise you only first class goods. We solicit a part of your patronage. We will have special bargains in several lines. For canned goods try our line. Corn, Peas, Tomatoes, Salmon §,n4 all lineg, S. T. FAIRBANK Chas. Burkhart I Wish You All a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR E.H: Cressy, Jeweler and Optician. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS atK Happenings qf Interest Gaifiired for the AW.. benefit of Oar "Readers. The new masoDic temple at Dexter is completed. Mrs. Johanna M. Hope of Tecumseh, died last week aged 84 years. Ann Aroor will use gas as well as electricity for street lights this year. The new Blissfield schoolhouse was opened this week, the cost of the building is $25,000. Frank Tucker, the oldest resident of South Lyons, celebrated his 90th birthday, December 28. Whitmore Lake is to have a bank, J. G. Pray is having a vault placed in the new postoffice building. The marriages of two young couples of Manchester, which occurred last August, has just come to light. The Occidental hotel at Ypsilanti has changed hands, the new owner being Robert M. Cooper, of Union City. he citizens of South Lyons are appreciating dark streets this week, owing to an accident to the electric light plant. The knitting department of the Ypsilanti Underwear Co. will be removed to x)etroit, owing to the difficulty in securing help. A §10,000 stone gate has been ordered for Ferry Field at Ann Arbor and will be completed by July 1, and for beauty will rival anything seen in this country. _ The young men of the Milan high school are preparing to give a debate in the near future, as to whether the new electric line will ba completed. A most difficult problem. Robert Begole, the Ann Arbor conductor who was stricken blind two weeks ago, has tjopes of again being able to. see, The physician attributes the cauae lo hemorrhage. Clarence and Luther Brooks of Cliu- ton, have been arrested on the charge of assault and battery npon Thomas and Will Lowry, and the fo>mer gets 30 days in Adrian jail and tho latter 90 days in the Detroit house of correction. Thfese men are both tough characters and have been before the bar of justice quite a number of times. During the year 1905 there were 376 marriage licenses issued. Only 13 were to colored people. The oldest applicant was John Martin of Manchester, 75 years and his bride was Eliza Cash, jus"; one-third his age or 25 years. The youngest person was Elsie Sellers of Milan. 16 years and her husband is Clinton Bordine, 19 years. There were three couples married with both bride and groom over 60 years of age. Can any of our neighboring towns rival Manchester in general sweetness? Let them sp,lye %ha following problem and see. If ope of our stores sells 600 pounds pf candy* during the holidays, how many pounds should the ten stores which deal in that toothsome article sell, and what a snap for the dentist?—Messenger. Brother, we will go one better, one of our dealers during the four days preceding Cb rist- mas sold a little over a half ton of candy. By the completion of the Western Ohio Traction Co.'s electrio line it is now possible fan a person in Chelsea to start out and travel all the way to Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Columbus or Cleveland, or even to Titusville, Pa., by direct line. It- is stated that it will be only a short time when through tickets will, be sold from Detroit to Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Columbus via the electric lines and baggage checked through. It is also probable that through cars will be run, thus avoiding the necessity of changing cars at points where different roads begin.—Chelsea Herald. The Way of the World. An exchange contains the following bit of wisdom:' "When a hog eats an ear of corn, every other hog will trot along behind and squeal and beg,-and is ready for a bite. But just let that hog get his head fast in a crack in tbe fence, and every other hog will jump onto him aud tear him to pieces. Just so with men. As long as a man is prosperous and has plenty of money, he can't keep his friends off with a club. The moment he is unfortunate and his wealth all gone he is not only snubbed by all his former associates but they do him all tbe harm possible. When a man starts down grade the world steps aside and greases the track." Most Popular Christian Names. Some years ago a tabulation of the names of 100,000 English men and -women was made. The twenty-five Christian names that were most common among them are as follows, the relative popularity of each being shown hy the order in which they stand: Mary, William, John, Elizabeth, Thomas, George, Sarah, James, Charles, Henry, Alice, Joseph, Ann, Jane, Ellen, Emily, Fredrick, Annie, Margaret, Emr«,, Eliza; Robert, Arthur, Alfred, E^-pard. Twelve of these are women's names, an<" thirteen are men's names. Two-thirds of the 100,- 000 persons bore one or the other of the twenty-five, the rest di""ding among them names in great variety. You will not find beauty in rouge pot or complexion whitewash. True beauty comes to them only that take Rocky Mountain Tea. -Itis a wonderful tonic and*beautifier. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Wheeler's Pharmacy. Readiness for Emergencies., For most of ns the best preparation for emergencies is sleep enough and food enough, work enough and play enough, and a lot of little troubles. If you keep a clear head and a steady hand, and a habit of dealing with everyday difficulties capably yon are more ready for possible emergencies than the man is who depends upon an armcory of tools and weapons wbich are rusty from disuse.—Exchange. A Grim Trasreily is daily enacted, in thousands of homes, as Death claims, in eash one, another victim of Consumption or Pneumonia. But when Coughs and Colds are properly treated, the tragedy is averted. F. G. Hgntley of Oaklandon, Ind., writes: "My wife had the consumption, and three doctors gave her up. Finally she took Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, which cured her, and to-day she is well and strong." It kills the germs of all diseases. One dose relieves. Guaranteed at 50c and SI.00 by the Corner Drug Store. Trial bottles free. . No Copyright on Snapshots. The Roman courts have decided that there is no copyright in snapshot photographs. Russian Women Lace Workers. Over 90,000. women are engaged in the lace industry in Russia. Subscribe ior the OBSERVER Something New In Science. In one of his letters William Brooii- JBeld tells, bow. as school inspector, he bad tq give an examination on physical science, "What was I to do? I knew nothing about hydrogen or oxygen or any other 'gen.' So I set them a paper, wbich I called 'applied science." One of my Questions was, "What would you do to cure a cold in the head?' A young lady answered, T should put my feet into hot water till- -jo'i were in a profuse psrspirslloa." "-' ■TCSWIHUH •aSKSEEXg Hi a on riend? Reduction Sale We are taking our "annual invoice and find many Odd G-arments in Overcoats, Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits, G-loves, Mittens, Hats, Caps and Furnishing Goods, on which we shall he compelled to make a special low price as we wish to close them all out this month. If you are wanting anything in these lines, come in early and get the benefit of a large"selection. C. S. WORTLEY & CO. Beginning Saturday, January 6 - We will offer any overcoat or suit in our store at 1-5 off. . This is a chance to get a swell suit or overcoat at a bargain for we always have the best clothing at the lowest price. Oome early so you may get your fit. A. G. Wood & Co New faces at our market where you will receive courteous treatment and only the best of ail kinds of meats. We KeeplQniy Choice cuts of Steak, Pork and Lamb, also Roasts, Stew, Soup Meats and Sausage, sweet and nice. ' Poultry and Flsli in tbeir season, also smoked and salt meats in all styles and kinds. Come and see us, our prices are right. -. . Geo. SchmiGt & Son- G-eo. Schmid Alphonse Schmid in any form are dangerous, nealth- desdoyiDK.death-dealing-.Scents ' insures your life A trial jar of i Hermit" Salve will prove its intaUibility. "25 .& 50c-AlMingS-sts. Hermit Remedy Co.. Chicago. Then tell him about Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Tell him how it cured your hard cough. Tellhim why you always keep it in the house. Tell him to ask his doctor about it. Doctors use a great deal of it for throat and lung troubles. "I had a terrible cold and conp;"i and was threatened with pneumonia. I tried Ayefs Chernr Pectoral audit savemequicl; and perfect relief. .It is certainly a roost -wonderful cough medicine."— Eesa E. Whitmait, Sioux .Falls, S. Dak. Hade by **. O. Ayer Co., IioweU, Biass. Also manuiaetiirers .of 9 SARSAPARILLA. £ PT C PILLS- ? &•# O HAIR VIGOR.- THREE I lt>f\- Mil [-;*:- HkW. •f n—jm ij White, '1 poara-^----:*,^,^=»ia3!=o JUl Druggists jmmm—~&' j TBfiEE jjfetta.fl 8 g^^.-.^'CSI'gy-g | "Faacyitore-, \ TINTS [\ h One of Ayer's PHIs at Bedtime will hasten recover"--. Gently laxative. Support your home Newspaper always % ■-*■ ■>..■*.
|Title||1906-01-11; Saline Observer|
|Publisher||LeBaron & Nissly|
|Description||An issue of the Saline, Michigan newspaper. Published weekly. Began publication in 1880. No longer published.|
|Subject/Keywords||Saline (Mich.) - Newspapers; Washtenaw County (Mich.) - Newspapers;|
|Copyright Permission||This material is in the public domain.|