1905-12-07; Saline Observer
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f^mm/mmmater^-r^ <wjZv* ■*■*■• W^** .«-m-vz ••yr^oy^T>^wi»"T»jiy<M|»;j» .< ■/wr^>?ysj«f3W?wi«p(!?r^ 1/ •1. J. WABRBN, Editor. L;,-..,,r-.SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1905, VOL. XXVI.---NO 8, I hskve a lot of<^SSBs"' GUTTERS #?.B0B SLEIGHS and will name a-very low price on them while they last. Buy a Whip or Pocket Knife at my store and&you- will eoDmmerid them to your friends. Respectfully, FLAVE D. FORD ifte have a very complete line of Rubber Goods in Men's, Ladies' and Children's, also a full line of underwear in all sizes, bed blankets, hosiery, gloves and mittens a nice line. We have a good fresh line of Xmas goodies, Raisins, Cranberries, New Figs, everything you need. We appreciate your patronage. S. T. FAIRBANK K NEW PRINTS at 5 and 6 cents. NEW GINGHMS at 6, 8,10 and 121-2 cents. NEW OUTING FLANNEL at 6, 8 and 10 cents. Gha§, Burkhart SPECIAL LINE OF FANCY CLOCKS FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE "* AND THE PRICES ARE RIGHT, E. H- Cressy, Jeweler and Optician. EIGHB0RH00D NEWS Happenings cf Interest Gathered for tha .benefit cf Oar "Readers. Support your homa Newspaper always James Carr, the able editor of the Dundee Reporter, died Monday. A man near Stockbridge the other day husked 110 bushels of corn in teu hours. The Maccabees of Manchester are planning- for a big initiation, December 20. Prof. James R. Sage of Ann 'Arbor, a well known pioneer of this county, celebrated his eighty-fifth birthday last week. The city of Ann Arbor is having a nuntber of damage suits on docket as the result of floods that visited that city three years ago. Gilbert Riggs, a pioneer of Belleville, was struck by a Wabash train while driving across the tracks last week and instantly killed. He was 83 years of age. The Star Lecture Course of Tecumseh, has been cancelled owing to the failure of the Slayton lyceum bureau' to keep their contract by not sending Jack London last week. The druggists of Jackson county are planning to organize themselves into a social society and will hold monthly meetings_for the discussion of topics pertaining to their business. Steven Smith of Williamston township, will be 86 years old ia less than .a mouth. He has out seven acres of corn this year that will yield 100 bu. per acre.—Stockbridge Brief. Thanksgiving day the Allmendinger family of Ann Arbor, celebrated the seventy-fifth anniversary of their coming la that city. About 85 members sat down to a bountiful repast spread in the A. O. CT. W. hall. Postmaster Lister of Ypbilanti, gave' an address before the Cleary College students last week oh the subject of "The Financial System of the Post- office." This is a very practical subject especially to business college students, Ypsilanti is to have another factory Which is a concern'that manufacture aprons for a New York wholesale house. They will occupy the third story of the Worden block and will employ about 100 girls. A lunch room will be furnished where hot coffee will be served. A curiosity to "travelers is the Smith hotel here which was, erected seventy- five years ago b.y a roan named Parkes. Mheb df the timber, the massive pillars in front and most of the woodwork inside, is black walnut. On the spacious veranda are niany names carved in 1838 and the early . "60's.—Clinton cor. Detroit D'ree Press. Hiram Logan has received an offer from Toledo parties for his three legged calf. He says that this new variety sells at better figures than the old style, but he is puzzled, and wants some one to answer this question: "If a four legged anim.al is a quadruped, what-is a three legged one called'?1'— Manchester Messenger. The Michigan Central is carrying the bricks to be used at the Panama eanal, now being shipped from South Bend to New York, from whence tbey are sent by boat to the scene of activities. Three trains of from forty to fifty cars0each, all loaded with brick, have passed through the city, tbe trains being run as specials, in order that the deliveries may be made as soon as possible.—Jackson Patriot. Mr. Beutler of Manchester, was considerably exercised over the loss of some money, enquiring of different ones, until the thought came to him tt> 'phone to Sharon, where he threshed last week. What was his surprise to hear the childish vaiqe reply: "Yes, we found some money, it was by the engine, a ten dollar bill. We'll not keep H cause it's not our money. We gives it to you when we sees you.— Manchester Enterprise. The D., Y., A. A. & J. Ry. are making au improvement which will he much appreciated. It is a device known as the Root railway spring cutter which will keep the track clenr of snow and ice. It is adjusted to the car just back of the' fender. They will also equip the caw with a sleet cutter whicb will clear the trolley wire of tbe froaen sleet, it has proved most satisfactory in the past and with these advantages the service will be the bast evor rendered. A few years ago Jacob Beck pur chased SO acres west of the college on the Jonesville road and people asked him where he could find blankets to cover and keep the sand from blowing away! Now he, with his sons own SOO acres, including the original SC, of as productive land as can be found in the county. This year from 100 acres he cut 200 tons of hay, husked 13,000 bushels of corn and tied and stacked another thousand; are feeding 1457 lambs and a car of steers. Today they get no joshing about blankets or sand. —Hillsdale Leader. Clothes for Men and Youni Men A Texas girl advertised lor a husband and got him. The total expense for advertising, wedding outfit, etc., was $21. Within a year he died leaving her an insurance policy for 510,000. A nd yet some people say it don't pay to advertise.—Ex. •'Baker's Dozen. The phrase "hater's dozen" arose from the custom of the trade to tl- low thirteen penny rolls to each dozen sold. The same custom still holds good in the wholesale hook trade. •Too One-Slded, A jolly- old codger named Weiss Bought liis comradea just ten drins ape'ss, He then said to Mort: "Ton t"nk I'm a. sport. But, py Chorge, I am only a geiss!" —Detroit Tribune. Batons of Conductors. Meyerbeer, the celebrated composer of "Don Giovanni" and "The Prophet," used a baton of silver. That of Fetis \vas_ richly adorned with gold and gem's. Mozart conducted his choral concerts at Salsburg. hia native city, with a little stick made, of ivory. The Taking Cold Habit The old cold goes; a new one quickly comes.. It's the story of a weak throat, weak lungs, a tendency to consumption. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral breaks up the taking-cold habit. It strengthens, soothes, heals. Askyour doctoraboutit. ■' I had a terrible cold, and nothinR relieved rae. I tried Ayer*s Cherry l'octoral and it promptly "broke tip my cold, stopped my cough, and eased every part of my oody. ft did wonderful work ior me."—SIS. J. F. LUTZ, Toledo, Ohio. Mado by J. C. Ayer Co.. XioweU. Haas. Alio mumtkotuxsrs of mrs SARSAPARILLA. PILLS. HAIR VIGOR. Keep the bowels regular with Ayer's Piiis, just one pi!! each night. Valuable Accomplishments. This ability to bring the best that is in you to the man you are trying to reach,' to make a good impression at the very first meeting, to approach a prospective customer as though you had known him for years "without offending his taste, -without raising the least prejudice, but getting his sympathy and "good -will, is a great accomplishment, and this is "what commands a great salary.—Success Magazine. A Pearrnl Tate. It is a fearful fate to have to endure the terrible torture of Piles. ''I can truthfully say," writes Harry Colson of Masonville, la., "that for Blind, Bleeding, Itching and Protruding Piles, Bucklen's -Arnica Salve, is the best cure made." Also best for cuts, burns and injuries. 2oc at the Corner Drug Store. Consider the Wasp. "The -wasp is a disputatious creature, io be sure," observed the professor, "but it always carries its point." Right. "You're just a poem, Bess," I said And I was right, you see. I knew the -way she tossed her head She was a verse to me. PILES] in any form are dansterous. liealtb.- destroyinsr, death-dealing. S3 cents insures your life A trial jar of "Hermit"-Salve will prove its infallibility. 25 &, 50cAliitrvissiits. Becmit-liemedi CcCnicago. We are now showing our new fall, ine of Hart Schaffner & Marx, Stein- Bloch and College brand hand tailored clothes. The variety of choice and high character of these famous makes are inducements for you to yisit our store before buying your winter suit or overcoat. Men's sack suits, single and double breasted, for business and dress in all the new shades and fabrics S10.00 to 825.00 We carry these popular makes in shorts and stouts for fat men, and and lougs and slims for the fellow who is built the other way. Young men's suits, made for young men, wide shoulders, large p.ants, not the over-grown boys1 kind S6.50 to S 18.00 Top Coats, Fall Overcoats and Raincoats $10.00 to §20.00 C. S. WORTLEY & CO. COME AND TAKE A LOOK AT OUR Swell Line of Xmas G . We are always glad to show our goods. Prices right. A. G. Wood & Co Wanted Daily New.faces at our marken where you will receive courteous treatment and only the best of all kinds of meats. We Keep Only Choice cuts of Steak, Pork and Lamb, also Koasts, Stew, Soup Moats and Sausage, sweet and nice. Poultry and Fish in their season, also smoked and salt meals in all Styles and kinds. Come and see us, our prices are right. Geo. Schmid & Son Geo. Sob mid Alphonse Schmid ■ 6hB: mmrn; besctfto. 1.2-3-1? 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|Title||1905-12-07; 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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