1905-06-15; Saline Observer
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99mmmmmmmmmem » V** "* ' 1. J. Warren, Editor. --4»/ 1 SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 190S is. VOL. XXV.---NO. 35 "im,.*!1 Just Received, Carload of j* ■ \ Page Buggies all first class work. It is a pleasure to handle Buggies that I can absolutely guarantee. Our customers to whom we sold Page Buggies last season were so pleased 3with the workmanship that we sold out our old stock at auction and intend to handle Page Buggies exclusively. Better take a look at them. Respectfully Yours F. D. FORD COMMENCEMENT f EEK is at hand and yon will be looking for something in the line of '<?• Presents for your friends. Remember we have a nice line of Jewelry, Souvenirs, Books and many other articles that wili please you. Call at the Corner Drug Store r SPECIAL Until June 19 I will make a bottom price on all dress skirts. Ladies this is a great inducement to get a nice up-to-date skirt very cheap. Also""" haye about 40 Boys' Suits that 1 shall close out at your price, I must have the room for a larger assortment of dry goods. I tis easier to save a dollar Than it is to earn it. You can save dollars if you buy of us. We have also good bargains in shoes?, good up-to-date stock we have loo many.. 8..T. FAIRBANK it BE *S' VS' ^Pozzorjfs POINTS ■ SSP;CM*mE;BEiIITPPl&. f.2.3. ESOlj EIGHB0RH00D NEWS 4r\ Happenings of Interest Gathered fon, the "Benefit of Oar "Readers. Milan will celebrate the Fourth. Ann Arbor will hold its first street carnival July 24-29. Dr. J. B. Angell, of the U. of M., was one of the speakers at the Flint Jubilee celebration last week. The strike between the hod carriers of Ann Arbor and their employers has been declared off. The strike lasted four weeks. Prof. R- M. Weuley, professor, of ethics at the U. of M., will be given a year's leave of absence which he will spend in Scotland. This is the time to cut the rye out of the wheat fields. Millers say that the appearance of rye in the wheat will make a difference of ten cents a bushel in price and every farmer- that raises wheat can well afford to cut out the rye for that.—Enterprise. The auto-bus broke a spring in making the run to Chelsea, last Friday morning, over those muddy roads. It was claimed that the farmers had plowed up the roads and piled sod in the track. The Oldsmobile people at Detroit sent an artist on the road to take pictures of the piles of sod, etc., in order to prove, should they decide to bring suit for damages, that it looked like spite work. The car was laid off until Saturday, when it resumed its regular trips.—Manchester Enterprise. Mr. Elmer Allen, general freight agent of the D., Y., A. A. & J. B. R., has returned from Cleveland, where he completed negotiations which will enable the road to make with the D. & C. Steam Navigation Co. a joint freight rate to any point in the east or south. The road is also able to reach northwestern points through the Anchor line, and negotiations are pending which will assure patrons through freight service in all directions. In the near.future the territory west of Kalamazoo will probably enjoy this service, but at present it is confined to the consolidated interests. The ratts will be the same as on steamboat lines. The new service will be especially appreciated by fruit growers.—Times. Skunks, Snakes and Toads. Walking thirty rods across a wheat field, we counted eighty-four * places where the skunks had "du'g out <grub worms, and the same conditions could be seen all over the twenty-ad e field. On one square rod there were sixteen holes, each representing a dead grub worm. Now the skunk does sometimes break up an old hen that has stolen her nest, but the good be does as au insect destroyer repays many times the damage he does. The boys killed a small snake in the barn and an examination showed three mice in its'stomach. All of our snakes excepting the rattlesnake and_ the copperhead", are harmless, and do lhe farmer a great deal of good by destroying mice, moles and insects. A three- foot snake about the barns or corn- cribs will do more good to rid them of rats than will half a dozen cats. A few days ago we saw some boys kill a toad, and they said they had killed four-chat morning. It is said that a toad eats twice its weight in insects every week, and everyone knows that it is absolutely harmless in every way. The skunk, the snake and the toad are not very pleasant things to look upon, but they should not be injured or killed. Portland, Ore., Excursion. Also to certain points in Washington and British Columbia at less than half fare for round trip, account "Lewis and Clark Exposition. Tickets on sale daily until October 15 over Lake Shore Ry. Ask ticket agents for particulars. 37 . Saw No Joy in the Kiss. Kissing seems to have attractions even these many centuries after it originated, and not a few have been the toasts upon this art of osculation, of which a good New England divine once said: "I never can understand Tvhy people kiss; it seems to me not only a purposeless, but a disgusting habit." Evidently this sentiment was that of Dean Swift, who wrote: "Lord, I wonder what fool it was that first Invented kissing!" PILES in any form are dangerous, health- destroying, death-dealing. 25 cents Insures your lite A trial jar of •Hermit" Salve -will prove its infallibility. 25 & GOo. All druggists. Hermit Remedy Co.,Chicago. Tm Growing Old Fast And you know why, too. It's those gray hairs! Don't you know that Ayer's Hair Vigor restores color to gray hair? Well, it does. Arid it never fails, either. It stops falling hair also, and keeps the scalp clean and healthy. Do not grow old too fast! "I hare used Ayer's Hair Vigor for many ?rear» and I should indeed he sorry to be on- iged to do without it. It keepsmy hair from turning gray, and also keeps my scalp clean and healthy."—E. S. PEKWBLD, Canyon City, Oregon. A Hade by J. C. Ayor Co., Lowell, Hut. Also manufacturers of __JL. SARSAPABlltA. IIPrQ pills. %J%fl %J CHERRY PECTORAL. Vacation Places. Select a place for your vacation from the.list of hotels, farm homes, camp sites, etc, in the Lake Shore's book "Quiet Summer Retreats." Any Lake Shore agent will give you a copy, or apply to A. J. Smith, G. P. A., Cleveland, O. " 35-7 Truth and Fiction, j- May not the lives of real men be written as imperishably as the supreme creations of fiction? Shall Hamlet and Othello, Don Quixote and Tartuffe, shall the master creations of Hawthorne, Thackeray and George Eiict, of Turgenieff, Manzoni and Balzac have no counterparts in biography ?—North American Review. Difference That Dirt Makes. The heart of a vegetarian beats on an average fifty-eight to the minute; that of the meat eater seventy-five. This represents a difference of 20,000 beats in twenty-four hours. Persistent Bible Reader. Ambrose S. Ottey, an aged blacksmith, of Cecil county, Maryland, has read his Bible through 117 times, and has just started on the 118th perusal. Bears the y»Tte Kind You Have Always BougW Signature f^ i&metz TO ALL POINTS EAST;AS6lj#EST" VIATHE !>&B^i#E^ Oust Two goats' FFALO DETROIT^ BUFFALO. S^lJp-ibOAT <£0. THE DIRECT AND POPULAR ROUTE TO POINTS EAST DAILY SERVICE, MAY lOth Improved Express Service (1* hoars) Between DETROIT and BUFFALO Leave DETROIT Daily - 5.00 P. M. Arrive BUFFALO " - 9.00 A. M. Connecting -witliMorniBE Trains for all Points in KEW TORE, PEX.NSYtVAXIA and SEW ENGLAND STATES. Through Tickets sold to All Points, and Baggage Checked to Destination. Leave BUFFALO Dally -, 5.30 P. Nl. Arrive DETROIT " - 7.30 A. M. Connecting -with Early Morning Trains forPoints North and West: Bate "between Detroit and Buffalo $8.50 one way, JG.50 round trip. Berths $1.00, $1.50; Staterooms $3.50 each direction. Send 2e Stamp for Illustrated Pamphlet. ' BAIL TICKETS HONORED ON STEAMERS Jill Classes of Tickets sold reading -via Grand Trn-i, Michigan- Central and Wabash Kail ways "between Detroit and Buffalo-will be accepted for transportation on D.&B, Sirs, in either direction between Detroit and Buffalo. JU A. SCHANTZ, G.SS:l,.T.M.,Detroit,Mici. Wo are real; for Spring Copyright 1905 E.I,.B.fciCo.,3SA- Never has it found us with so large a line of new and up-to-date clothing and furnishing goods. Our cut shows one of our new College Brand young men's suits—the double breasted suit—which are so popular this season. Wo are giving a great deal of attention to our young men's clothes. They are not the small sizes for men nor the oyergrown boys' suits but built especially for young men with all the care and style given to the tailoring of our men's fine suits. A complete line of Hart, Schaffner & Marx, and Stein-Block suits, Top Goat and Rain Coats? from §12.50 to $25,00. Do not fail to see them before you buy. G. S. WORTLEY & CO. Read.this ad. It means dollars to yon. A TREMENDOUS SACRIFICE of Men's and-Young Men's Suits and Odd Pants commencing, Saturday, June 10. These are not the newest up-to-date styles bought at a great sacrifice and placed on the market at a fraction of their original cost nor do we advertise any other fairy tales to call the people to onr store. But we tell you the plain truth and back it up with the goods we offer. We have, selected 105 Suits and 50 pairs of trousers from our regular stock, all marked in PLAIN F1G- . UBJES and intend to sell them for just what they are. There are one or two suits of a kind, pome bought this season and some bought the season before. We have divided them into two lots. 40 Suits—§8.50, §10.00, §12.00—to seil at §5.00. Patterns and styles are not strictly up-to-date but goods are all wool .and serviceable. Look for blue ticket. 65 Suits—§12.00, §13.50, §15.00, §16 00—to sell for §7.50. Some of these are good dark pat,erns in worsteds and Cassimeres, well made and trimmed. They ~ are great values an,d will appeal to the man that < wants _a good serviceable suit at a small price. Look for red ticket. ' Men's Odd Trousers. * . • . > * ' . 25 pairs worth up to §3.00 for §1.98. Blue ticket, 25 pairs worth up to §5.00 for §2.48, Red ticket. Men's English Corduroy Pants. Big value §1.50. YOURS FOR GOOD CLOTHING- Nissly Clothing Co. Old Papers for sale When loooking foi' Commencem remember I have the largest line of Watches, Fancy Clocks, Jewelry, "Souvenir Spoons ever shown in this town. Grive me a call, prices satisfactory. Engraving done free. t' E. H. Cressy, e .. . Jeweler and Optician.
|Title||1905-06-15; 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;|
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