1905-09-14; Saline Observer
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gafy"V j... V <J3** ALINE A. k. J. Warren, Editor. "TT VALINE, WASHTENAW GO., MICH., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER U, 1905, VOL. XX V>-M>. 48 IE Woi Tou ir s. i If yonr home should be struck by Lightning, and then realize that you conld have saved it, had you usedour Pure Soft Copper Cable Lightning Rods How much wiser is the man who' buys our Kods, protects his property, and the lives of those depending upon him, than the man who depends entirely upon insurance to save him. Even, if the insurance would repair the house, it could not bring back a member of the "family after the . fatal stroke of lightning. Do you want to feel safe when the storm is raging? If so, let us rod your buildings with tho Best Rod'and System on Earth. . Yours Truly, FLAVE D. FORD EIGHB0RH00D NEWS 4% Happenings ef Interest Gathered for th* "Benefit of Oar 'Readers. School Books Milan has adOgted standard time. E. S. Hawley of Tecumseh, died last week, aged 73 years. An automobile bus line-is" to be installed between Monroe and Adrian. The enrollment of the Cleary College has doubled to what it was last year. The U. of M. football team will do their practicing this year at Whitmore. The twentieth Michigan Regiment held its annual re-union at Jackson Wednesday. The G. A. R. society of Manchester, is endeavoring to raise money for a soldier's monument, Mrs. YiQlet Q'ar-!* of Ypsilanti, widow of the late Robert Clark, died last week, aged 76 years. ■ The erection of the new Memorial building of the TJ. of M. is being' planned for and will cost about $250,000. "' Mrs. E. B. Bancroft, wife of the Pre: siding Elder of the Ann Arbor district of the M. E. church, died in Ann Arbor, August 31, of consumption. Ypsilanti schools, according to the a complete line a/b *b±L© Corner Drug Store G-ET ONE OF THOSE OR J±* O- OX-i-aJEL.ES. Subscribe for the OBSERVER I'll. v-^ POWDESis A®*, mmE] besctfuho. 1.2.3. census, have 1678 pupils who are entitled to attend sch,oq!s. "ft requires 3,5, teachers, tor run the schools Qf the city. .- ■ Mr. and Mrs- John Lindenschmitt of Ann Arbor, who have been spending the summer on a tour through Europe, set sail from Hamburg, Germany last Thursday. Two incendiary fires on two successive nights last week is the record at Plymouth. $300 reward has been offered by the council for the conviction of the parties. Some men would raise the neighborhood it the dog was missing at night, and are. not at all concerned as to, where their children may be. Curious situation, isn't it?—J3x. George Hardy, trjp oldest convict in Jackson prison in point of service, was paroled by Gov. Warner last week and, after visiting his aged mother at Duck Lake, will return to Jackson to act as engineer at the prison. The Ypsilantian has been designated by the auditor general as the paper which shall publish the list of lands in Washtenaw county to be offered for sale- May 1, 1906 for the delinquent taxes of 1903 and previous years.—Ex. An Ypsilanti business man who had to leave the city suddenly on business did hot want to leave the firrfl's money in the «\sh register. He hi4.it in the store and then left an open note on the register telling his brother where he had hidden it.—Ex. -Since the school savings system, has been adopted in Ypsilanti, January of this year, a total of $905 has been deposited by the children and the withdrawals have amounted, to only $127. The originators of the sys,^m feel much encouraged.—Ex. The Ann -Arbor Courier comes out ver.y strongly for there-nomination of Congressman, Townsend Dr. Copeland of Ann Arbor, who is also a can- didate^is given a very cold shoulder. And the Courier is the leading Republican organ in Washtenaw county.— Ex.. . . ** A law enacted, by the state legislature at its recent session, provides lhat allboys that are pupils of_the public schools, shall be excluded from tobacco stores and billiard rooms, the penalty for an offence under the new statute being placed at a fine of not less than §25 or imprisonment in jail.—Ex. That ear of sweet" corn, brought in by Lyman* Burnham, we intended to keep on the office desk for our friends to look at, but it wouldn't stay. It went right home to help out the dinner. ""On the cob were 24 rows ot corn an,d the ear was 9J- inches in circumferS- enoe. So far Mr. Burnham is "entitled to first pj-ize.—Milan Leader. - If a sleek looking stranger should visit you, ask to see your stock, and then demand $5, claiming he is a government inspector of cattle, just let Pi lo .take a lunch off tho basement of his trousers. He is a grafter and the quicker the dog chases him over the backyard fence the better it will be for all concerned.—Ex. Philip Riemensahneider of Sylvan, will entertain the members;of his fum Hy at hio home.ou Friday of this week. The occasion wili be the celebration of his 90th birthday anniversary-and the 55th anniversary of the birth of his nephew W. "f?!* Riemendschneider of Chelsea. Mr. Riemenschneider has .resided on hia present farm for 60 years, and is a highly respected farmer of this community.—Chelsea Standard. It has just leaked out that on a -supposed pleasure trip to Buffalo and Niagara Palls, Miss Nellie. Breining and Mr. Ed Starkweather were married on the Canadian' side. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Breining of Augusta, nut for the past five years has lived in Ann Arbor. Mr. Starkweather has lived in Owosso all his life, except for the past three years he has been an employee at the Cook House in Ann Arbor.—Milan Leader. The town of Birdsall, a flag station on the D. T. & I railroad and about 5J miles southwest of Tecumseh, was the scene of a shooting affair last week. David Connor, married, offered to escort the daughter and a niece of his employer to a box social held at a neighbor's home, as it waa a dark night. Qn the way they met George Rowe, a lover of the former girl and a few words ensued at which Rowe pulled a revolyer and fired several times at Connor but none of them will Outing Suits... A ~J* ; \y<\ / prove fatal. Rowe made his escape but was captured and will* stand trial on the charge of attempted murder. Seeing Contractor Perman moving along the street with great alacrity and stepping unusually high for a man of his avoirdupois naturally excited our curiosity, so we immediately joined in the'"run" which took .us to the nearest telephone. "Give me Ann Arbor, I want the manager of the Bell telephone," said Mr. Perman. He soon got both when he proceeded to explain that it was often inconvenient to look up the "number" when one wanted tocall up one Milan's business houses. After, discussing the points at issue, during which the atmosphere cleared and cooled about the telephone, our esteemed citizen turned to us with a smile upon that once handsome face and said, "Don't have to call the number for a business house any more. Just call name of the firm or hotel."—Milan Leader." if properly, tailored, Tiave as much .style as the full lined heavier suits and are much more comfortable for these hot days. They are cut loose, free and easy. We have them in single and double-breasted, plain greys, blue serges and mixtures, priced*$8 to $15. . Let us show you our immense line of Outing Shirts with soft collars, in flannels, silks,'mohairs, $1.00 and $2.50. . A new showing of fancy hosiery, summer underwear and belts. --o" ■ '• Straw hats, we have all the" styles and shapes, 5Qc-to $3.00. The assortment and prices make it an object for you to come, to our store. C. S. WORTLEY & CO. AT THE LOWEST PRICES. Chas. Burkhart. Tiie mostVbeautiful Ladies' Watch, is the a What the Printer's UevU Thought "Why is n, newspaper like a wp- njan*^" asked the printer's devil as he wiped an Ink smudge that adorned his nose all over the side of his face. "Because both have to be known to De appreciated,''' said the intelligent compositor. "Because it needs someone lo run it," exclaimed the foreman, who glanced in contempt at the editor, who glared ^back and answered, "because she is a good advertising medium."- "Nope, all wrong," said the devil. "Because every man should have one Of his own and stop running after his neighbor's." '""". ' BETSY ROSS" Church Items. BAPTIST Rev. H. A. McConnell, pastor. Preaching 10:30, S. S. 11:45 and P. TJ. at 6:30. B.Y. Manufactured by The Keystone Watch Case Oo. Call and examine them. E, H» Cressy, Jeweler and Optician. WE HAVE \ CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church ot Christ, Scientist, Sunday service 10:30 a. m. "Subject. "Reality." Sunday School 9:lq a. m. Wednesday evening testimonial Service 7:30. Reading room open daily, Sundays excepted, from 2:30 to 4:30 p. m. All are welcome. METHODIST There will be no preaching service next Sunday, .that being conference Sunday. Sunday School, Junior League and Epworth League will be held at the usual hour. PRESBYTERIAN Subject at the morning service is, "More Than Others." Sunday School 12 m. Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m. At 7:30 p, m., union service, of the churches. -.. Anything you wish in fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats, > ..■■*»" Sausages, Cold Meats, etc., ". Always on hand at Hauser's Market Phone No. l06. - fILESi in any form are dangerous, health- destroying, dealti^dealincr. 25 cents insures your Hie 'A trial jar ot "Hermit" Salve will prove its infallibility. 25& SOc. All druggists. Hermit Remedy Co., Chicago. Old Papers for sale . ^S..-r. -\*- A. ht.
|Title||1905-09-14; 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.|