1905-12-21; Saline Observer
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.- ..j .^'-■-T^aOT^j^vT'iT^t.w^t'y <TjS3^a?B^»BSjf<g: *rvw -g—r-? ■ "-sr'Ty." <" ■?-•■*-■'sg*--^ *7r&!^8*!'?*P^ \ V SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, DECEMBEE 21, 1905. i. J. Wabrbn, Editor. VOL. XXVI,—NO 10. TT I have a lot of*^^*^ t\ GUTTERS # BOB SLEIGHS ♦ and will name a-very low price on them while, they last. Buy a Whip -^©r Pocket Knife at my store andlyou will ecD-nmBai them to your friends. Respectfully,. FLAVE D. FORD -r-O 9B FOR XMAS Our Candy Department will be full of the choicest. -A barrel of that choice sugar goods for teachers and Sunday Schools at cost. Chocolates, Ben Bons and all other choice kinds to select from. Branges, Lemons, G-rapes, Bananas, Eta. All Fancy A fine line of fancy china' dishes. We shall make a special price on these during the holidays. We have, some beauties. In dry goods, beautiful line ot handkerchiefs from oo to 50c; gloves, mittens, hosiery, underwear, a complete line. Give us a call and get values. S. T. FAIRBANK % t *^4- CHRISTMAS BUYERS s> can find a good assortment to select from. Handkerchiefs ot every description. See our line of 25c handkerchiefs, Muffllefs, Towels, "* Shawls, Collars, Fascinators, Spreads, Gloves, Table Covers Mittens, Hand Bags * ** . \ * Chas. Burkhart ***■' It will pay you to call and see my fine line of WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE Before Going Elswhere Our Prices are marked low. "".-'■ Remember Engraving is done free. E. H- Cressy, Jeweler and Optician. MEIGHB0RH00DNEWS * Mm Happenings of Interest GatAertdfor the t^mJmm^ "benefit of Oar Headers. Subscribe for tha OBSERVER Ann Arbor's university football season netted a profit of $27,000. Capt. G. W. Bullis of Ann Arbor, is dead. He was captain- of tbe 20th Michigan Infantry. Mrs. Raphael Hawkins, one of tbe oldest residents of Ypsilanti, died ■Friday, aged 88 years. The rummage sale of the ladies society of the Milan Presbyterian church netted them.r$242 20. Ann Arbor people are pleased to see the new high school building rise aboye the high board fence. i Mr. and Mrs.' George Coppernoll of Milan, celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary December 9. The Sayer brothers of Dexter, have, since the trapping- season opened, captured 250 muskrats, 13 minks, 17 skunks and 4 coons. Dandelion blossoms are found in Prospect Park in Ypsilanti. Ypsilanti people must consider the dandelion a rare and precious plant. The Epworth League society of the Ypsilanti M. E. church, have adopted three small needy boys to clothe and help through tho winjer. Lucius Taylor Post, 6. A. R. of Milan,'has decided to give up their charter on account of the few members that are left in that village. The Ypsilanti Civic Improvement Association are going to take steps to flood Prospect Park and the old fair ground for free skating ponds. i . Judge Kinne" wilt read a paper on the indeterminate sentence law before the annual gathering of the circuit judges of the state in Lansing, December 27. " The Modern Woodmen of Grass Lake, are now in possession of their new hall in the Teufel building,- the first fmeeting having been held last week Wednesday .evening. The damage suit instituted -against Ypsilanti city by Miss Hattie Berdan for injuries sustained at the Forest street bridge, was brought to a close Saturday by giving Miss Berdan a verdict of $1,200 damage. A lady of'Ann Arbor is" out "J56.00 through the ^efforts of a slick young stranger who~rented rooms of her for $12 per month and gave her an $18 worthless check on a local bank,#she giving him the $0 in change. A new boulevard has been projected for Ann Arbor to start on South Main at West street'and will go around the eastern part of the city to the M. C. R. R. "No new street will be laid out as the old ones will be improved which will lessen the cost.' The Michigan Central have installed the gates at their Grove street crossing. Messrs Brauton and Bbmbenak, who have been in the employ of the road for twenty years or more, will be the gat omen. The road are also putting in trough from which trains may take water at full speed, just east of the town at the top of the grade.—Ypsilantian. About seventy-five Ann Arbor sports took the trouble to drive out to a barn- eight miles north of the city Saturday night to witness a fight for $5C a side between two bulldogs that werse supposed to be ferocious. After fighting about five minutes the dogs broke apart and commenced playing with each other like pups. The crowd came home disgusted.—Grass Lake News. In eyery community there are two men who are pointed out as having started out in life at the same time. In their youth .they worked side by side. Both were gi*en the same opportunities. One is an immense suc- cesSj the other a pitiful failure,, and the street corner loafers say, as the men pass: "Things are evenly divided in this world.'.' The division is all right but one man held on to his share while the other let his slip through his fingers.—Ex. . A movement has been started to present the University with'a portrait of President Angell by the noted portrait .painter, John S. Sargent. Such a portrait will cost between $5,000 and 510,000. A committee of the Michigan TJniqn consisting of Prof. H.*N. Bates, G, D. Slaymaker aud W. D. Shaw-have already been in communication.with Mr. Sargent and representatives of all the clabsea will be appointed to solicit the necessary amount. The memorial committee of all the senior classes had been considering a portrait of Dr. Angell as a memorial, but had given it up as they only had about §1,000 at their disposal.—Times. ; Several reporters happened to be talking to a business man's wife to-day, when - the conversation happened to turn upon Christmas purchases. To show how some people are fooled the following is printed: Mrs. received a catalogue from one of the smaller jewelry stores in Detroit and ordered several articles by mail. Last; evening she went down town and found the same things in a local ^jewelry store, and some of the articles were marked lower than the Detroit firm's prices. But the best was this morning when she received one of Haller's Christmas folders showing the same goods as the Detroit firm, of the same make and some things cheaper, though usually the price was about, the same. —Times. Special Inducements for . . .. Holiday Buyers - Excellent display of Worsted and Silk Mufflers 2*56"* to 82.50. ' A rare showing of the newest patterned silks and shades in^Neckwear, four-in-hand and ascot shapes 25e to Sl.OO Gloves and Mittens, unlined, fleece-lined and silk lined 25c to §2.00, Fur Gloves and Mittens, direct from the manufacturer, 50eto$6.00. Suspenders in silk, lisle and the usual hea7y and medium weight webbing 25c to".§l,00, Handkerchiefs, linen and silk, plain and fancy 5c to §1. Sweaters and Sweater.Vests 50c to §5.00. Flannel and Negligee Shirts 50c to S2.50. Largest showing of Traveling Accessories of any house in the city. Suit cases, Bags and Telescopes, all prices. Exceptional values in Men's fine Suits and Overcoats, §10.00 to §18.00. C. S. WORTLEY & CO. Man is a'funny little cuss and hasn't long lo*-stay; he flies around and makes a fuss, and then he bikes away. Some men imagine they are great, and some try to tear up jack, but each one meets the same old fate and trots the same old track. Great Csssar's dead and Alexander's gone the way the rest of us must go. The sages, heroes, poets, all the men of wealth and worth into an open grave must fall and crumble back to earth. Let's not join the mad affray and struggle like the deuce, and agonize our life away, for really what's the use? Let's live and love and sing awhile and work'some ,now;and then, ahd give to everyone a smile that Cheers the hearts of men. And whether we are crowned with flowers or chilled with winter snows with happiness let's fill the house ere we turn up our toes.—Hudson Post, Light From Minerals. Some minerals, such as diamonds, give out light when rubbed togethar. Sir "William Grookes says that he has prepared an artificial sulphide of zinc ■which i is more lu—ir >scent under friction than any n't-iral mineral. immiBfwiw. HelplHelpl I'm Falling Thus cried the hair. And a kind neighbor came to the rescue with a bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor. The hair was saved! In gratitude, it grew long and heavy, and with: all the deep, rich color of early life. Sold in all parts of the world for sixty years. •' Abont one year sro I lost nearly all of my hair following an attack ot measles. I was advised by a friend to use Ayer's Hair Vigor. I did so, and as a result I now have abeautiful head of hair."— Mas. TV. J. Buoivk, ilenom- onee Falls, Wis. A Kada by J.C. Ayer Co.. IioweU, Mass, jUsosuuxotaotorera of >_ SARSAPARILLA. PILLS. CHERRY PECTORAL. yers Coincidences in Names. At Lowestoft, England, a Mr. Warmer and Miss Freezer were united in marriage. At Bristol-a Mr. Blizzard and Miss Gale were united in matrimony. Some years ago the pastor of a London church was named Pigg, and two of his deacons were Messrs. "Hogg and Bacon. . are ripe in hearts of all who realize the nearj approach of Christmas. In giving,! however, it should be borne in mind that those who give useful gifts, give'wisely and well. This store abounds in useful Christmas gifts. - BUY HIM Smoking Jacket Bath Robe -Suit Case Fancy Vest Hosiery Suspenders ALL AT LOWEST PRICES Neckwear Umbrellas Underwear Shirts- - * Gloves!* „ Handkerchiefs Your money will go farthesthere. We have but one kind of goods and that is the best for the least money. oral s for G-ood Olotlies - AG, Wood & Co A A Fearful Fate. It is a fearful fate to have to endure the.terrible torture of Piles. "I can truthfully sayj" writes Harry Colson of Masonville, la., "that for Blind, Bleeding, Itching and Protruding Piles, Bucklen's Arnioa Salve, is the best cure made." Also best for cuts, burns and injuries. 25o at the Corner Drug Store. -.'..- tn any form aTe dangerous, health- destroying. death-dealing. £5 cents , insures your life •■ A trial jar of "Hermit" Salve will prove itsinfallibility. 25 & SOc AlldrWfgUta. Bermit£emedy Co., CMcago. New faces at our market where you will receive courteous treatment and only the best of all kinds of meats. We Ee@p Oialif Choice cuts of Steak, Pork and Lamb, also Roasts, Slew, Soup Moats and Sausage, sweet and nice. Foixltr^ -msad UPasis. in*thelr season, also smoked and salt meats in all styles and kinds. Come and see us, our prices are right. Geo, Schmid & Son Geo. Scbmid Alplionse Schmid "gk aaa rss p*~N >! VSl **'<-» *m •sue .-. r , - i mi i j White, JI c«=-^»-—-•-- -v-agA.—s—'-tn-rr.ua .SUDraggists MaHmMai THDTC I Hest. rS r. •}—».— ■--• ■ ■». v-v**"** H — •***2 I TINT'S iJWfcfc I •grnnette-lS K i* -> - ».:■ . ■-■ A 555 § Taacy Stores. I UN 1*3 'Al ""■4m..' Support your home wspaper always e~ / # A> t H&;.. vSt-. "ha-^Sp tk*.
|Title||1905-12-21; 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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