1905-06-22; Saline Observer
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> 4. J. WARREN, Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW GO., MICH., THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1905. VOL.-XXV.—NO. 36 ■**■ Sfe*^ Jutt Received, Carload of Page "U: all first clals 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 with 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 y F. D. FORD Paris Green> * Potato Bug and Insect Destroyer 'irl a/t* -tCbLe Comer Drug Store f- SPECIAL Until June 19 I will make a bottom price on all dress skirts. Ladiet tiii» is a great inducement to get a nice up-to-date •kjrt very cheap. Also I haye about 40 Boys' Suits that 1 shall cloie out at your, price,. I must haye 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 bay of us. We have also good bargains in shoes, good up-to-date stock we have too many. 8.* T.'FAIRBANK Ir •v-"***" # IM] ^Pozzonrs COMP POINTS ££33 _____ SHE; CDRiHVE; BEiUnFnK. |. 2.3. ; ISBJi I PozzoNi-sl Wi'KJ! __J_|j COMMENCEMENT Saline High School closed with- pleasing exercises. Within our school limit another year has passed and gone, pupils and teachers have labored faithfully to overcome the problems and difficulties that lay before them and the parents and friends have gathered to witness the success assured by the many diplomas publicly presented. Commencement week opened with the baccalaureate address by Bev. I. T. Raab at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening, where, despite the sultry night that it was, many gathered to hear the most pleasing and well directed address by the pastor. The choir, too, rendered some fine selections of music. Class Day exercises were held on the school lawn Monday afternoon, and it seemed tbat nature had foreseen the pleasant event planned and during the early morning had sent a shower to lay and wash away all dust and clear the atmosphere for the pleasure of the people. The class had erected a platform at the north-west corner of the yard (it being the mpst shady place), which' was covered w^t*^ ri^gs. ftnft beautifully decorated with the class colors, scarlet and gray, also the class motto "The Price of Success is Ceaseless Endeavor" and other emblems, and upon this platform were seated the class of 1905: Lucy Mae Crittenden, Ward Amos Miller, Violet Winni- fred Sweet, Eckhardt Edward 'Schroen, Clara Lizzie Day, Edward Frederick Henne and Clarence William Rogers, besides Rev. Springer who gave the invocation. The exercises were opened by the members of the High School choir who furnished all other selections for the exercises. The parts taken by the class were all given with credit hoth to the pupils and teachers, not a break, tremor or failure from beginning to finish and the speaking was clear and easy for the audience to hear. Many good thoughts, good sayings, witty jokes and hopeful prophecies were given by members of the- ulass, and to the memory of the class a handsome boulder bearing the inscription of "1905" was unveiled at the close of the exercises. Promotion This part of commencement week was held in the chapel Tuesday morning with the usual Crowded house. Promotion exercises always affords a time that is pleasing to the parents of tbe school and many others as the work and progress of the younger ones never fails in its attraction. The exercises this year were exceptionally good and much comment has been favorably expressed as to the drills and motion songs presented and the selections rendered were fine showing much hard work by the teachers in their preparation. One of the especial attractions was "Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch" tiy the 3rd and 4th grade pupils. There were 125 pupils promoted. Commencement Commencement has always been looked forward to in our school as one of those times when everybody is interested to attend, see and listen to the exercises which were held Tuesday evening in the opera house. The late afternoon had been stormy and the heavy rains which continued up to the hour set for the program, kept away many and the audienoe fell short of the usual large attendance. The e$er..ois_e8. igere opened, by a, spjo, by Miss Thayer, accompanied by Mrs. Unterkircher pianist and Mr. Beibling within violin obligato. The address by Prof. Edwin C. Goddard of Ann Arbor, was one of interest and full of good advice and practical points especially to the class and others starting out lu life, he further illustrated the importance of a college education to insure success in life. J. W. Hull, of the school board, presented diplomas to the claiB who were seated on the stage, including in their number Kalph Todd Swezey, who was not with the class on Class Day, being in school at Ann Arbor where he completed his studies and his standing entitled him to graduation here. Alumni A re-union of classes and re-assembling of schoolmates of years past. These exercises were held Wednesday evening and were enjoyed by the alumni present and their friends. The program rendered consisted of an opening selection by the orchestra, solo by P. H. Rouse, readings by Miss Swezey, instrumental duets by Misses Genevieve Barr and Luella Nissly, also Missea Lulu Fairbank and Florence Rouse, solo by Mrs. G. L Parsons and paper by Miss Minnie Baty, after which refreshments were served. We are ready for Spring Copyright MP5 E.I,.B.SsCo.,N.V. *N"6ver 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. We 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 Coat and Rain Coats, from $12.50 to $25.00. Do not fail to see them before you buy. C. S. WORTLEY & GO. Read this adit means dollars to you, 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 Stay, Stay at Home. Stay, stay at home, my heart, and rest; Home-keeping hearts are happiest; For those who wander they know not where Are full of trouble and full of care; To 8lay at home Is hest. "Weary and homesick and distressed, They *-■ -nder east, they wander -wnet, And i a baffled and beaten and blown about By tha winds of the wilderness of doubt; To stay at home is best. Then stay at home, my heart, and rest; The bird is safest in its nest; O'er all that flutter their wings and fly A hawk is hoverinc in the sky; To stay at home Is hest. —Longfellow. 4th July Low Rates—Lake Shore. For Independence Day the Lake Shore Ry. will sell low rate tickets, July 1 to 4 inclusive, to' points within 200 miles from selling station, good returning until J uly 5. Particulars from agents. 37 D|| ■JOSeriously.honeeUy',Henalt"S»lT8 rlLCo *lrt'1 curo.t:al* health -dsattoyuur ■ aiaw^ar-|n pflHrfl inrrirgiTlp11 fltnrawi Wft S0& KtlorBZBists. Henutsemcoy wvCnmtjo, Buy Hair at Auction? At any rate, you seem to be getting rid of it on auction-sale principles: "going, going, g-o-n-e!" Stop the auction with Ayer's Hair Vigor. It checks falling hair, and always restores color to gray hair. A splendid dressing also. Sold for over sixty years. " Hy hair came oat so badly I nearly lost It all. I had heard so much about Ayer's Hair Vigor I thought I would give it atrial. I did so audit completely stopped the falling, and made my hairerow very rapidly."— Makt H. FlILD,NorthBeld, Hasa. An Dr J.O.Ayer Co., IrtiwoU, Xass. vers TTiaTrofaotawra of JL SARSAPARILLA. -PILLS. CBERRY PECTORAL. o Baintaa Hfsatm .of UPC iTIm Kind You to Always Bougft A TREMENDOUS SACRIFICE of Men's and Young Men's Suits and Odd Pants commencing, Saturday, June10. These are not the newest up-to-date styles hbught 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 our store. But we tell you the plain truth aDd back it up with the goods we offer. We have selected 105 Suits and 50 pairs of trousers from our regular stoek, all marked in PLAIN FIGURES and intend to sell them for just what they are. There are one or two suits of a kind, some bought this season and some bought the season befora. We have divided them into two lots. 40 Snits—§8.50, 810.00, §12.00—to sell at S5.00. Patterns and styles are not strictly up-to-date but goods are all wool and serviceable. Look for blue ticket. 65 Suits—S12.00, SI 3.50, S 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 and 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 S3.O0 for 5>1,98. Blue ticket, 25 pairs worth up to §5.00 for S2.48, Red ticket. Men's English Corduroy Panls. Big value $1.50. YOURS FOR GOOD CLOTHING issly Clothing Co, Old Papers for sale <& ' remember I have the largest line of Watches, Fancy Clocks, Jewelry, Souvenir Spoons ever shown in this town. . Give me a call, prices satisfactory. Engraving done free. E. H- Cressy, Jeweler and £>pt£ciia*n» ■g.^w.fe *#*.
|Title||1905-06-22; 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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