1906-03-15; Saline Observer
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The Saline Observer k. J. Warren, Editor. ■f**SS"f-.'.r tp r*SAXINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1906. VOL. XXV[.—NO 22. E "'■'* ?w I hare a lot of«:^Ps,B,,^' GUTTERS # BOB 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 recommend them to your friends. Respectfully, FLAVE D. FORD A. C. CLARKE Yesjteoreof J has just received A Full Line grthtak,n5 Qf Sprjng SaiTipleS OF Richardson's Superlative Carpets and Rugs Richardson's SffP££LAT7V£CARPETS "Never Disappoint PurcfiaserJ* f *f&@S&Lr. Bompei^TL UMassage Cm Takes Away Shaving Soreness A thick, fast growing* beard and a tender $kin cause trouble to many men. An occasional massage with Pompeian Cream not only takes away after shaving discomfort, but gradually strengthens the skin and enables it to bear the frequent use of the razor without ill effect. Also cleanses the pores. 50c and $1.00 per jar. Call at our store for sample and look on facial massage I* > Comer Drug Store WOMEN OF FASHION . WEAR THE J. C. G. CORSETS WE HAVE THEM IN ALL SIZES: Chas, Burkhart -. » Subscribe for tha OBSERVER EIGHBORHOOD NEWS M Happenings of-Interest Gathered for tbe "Benefit cf Oar "Readers. Paid For It Dear. Bay Baker, a senior engineer at the University, had the pleasure last week of paying a big price for a book that was stolen from him. He went into a book store to buy a certain book that he wanted. A second-hand one was oflered him and upon examination found it to be the stolen one. He tried to secure the book on that ground but the dealer would not do it but offered to take $2 00. The student gaye a check, took the book and went out, later he decided that he could have re- pleved it and hence stopped payment on the check. A law suit followed but it resulted in the dealer's favor. A Valuable Cigar. W. W. Townsend of Ann Arbor, is a proud owner of a $35,000 cigar. Friday night Mr. Townsend, who is a Michigan Central section foreman, was going home when he picked up a package that had evidently been dropped. He took it home and found that it contained shares in a Cripple Creek miuing company. The next morning he took it to the telegraph office of tho Michigan Central where it was turned over to its owner. Mr. Townsend did not want any reward but 'the owner gave him a 5 cent cigar which Mr. Townsend will not smoke as it is too valuable. "Tower of Babel." Ann Arbor can be called a "Tower of Babel" when it comes to unknown toneues. • Thsre are many American papers received in lhat city but that is not all, there are received regularly by supposedly natives of tweuty different nations outside of the Unitsd States. Among them are Germany, Sweden, China, Japan, Gape of Good Hope,: England, Russia, Italy, Bulgaria, Greece, Switzerland, France, Spain, Porto Rico, Manila, Honolulu, Armenia, Austria, Norway, Turkey and Central American and South American countries as well as Panama. Strike Looked For. . The Carpenters' Union of Ann Arbor, has notified all local contractors that after May" l'ttae wages will be advanced to 33fr cents par hour or S3.00 per day, and a day to be nine hours. The contractors have '.absolutely refused to give the advaneed price and are lookiug for a strike after that day. They claim that the demand of the Union is unfair as some of the contracts were taken at the old price and the labor must be done at that figure." Carpenter's Union. The carpenters of Belleville, are trying to establish a schedule of price per hour and also how many hours per day to work. The plan is to charge 2*5 cents per hour and only work nine hours for a day's work. Most of them have agreed to thisplan. Interegting Souvenir. Miss Kirch hofer has a. very interesting souvenir in tbe form of a lette.r received this \yeek fcppi Miss Alice Longfellow, daughter of the poet, now living at the Craigie House, Cambridge, Mass. In reply to a question, she says tha.t the poem "'Mr. Finney's Turnip," which is said to be her father's first poem, is not one of his compositions —Manchester Messenger. Foley's Honey and Tar forchlidren.sate.sute. No opiate* The Blissfield Sugar Co.'s office has been moved to Toledo. . Lenawee county teachers' institute will be held at Adrian March 22. A Sunday School rally was "held in the Azalia M. E. church Saturday. Wm. Cottou, a well .known pioneer of Ypsilanti, died last week aged 88 years. John P. Waldron of Ann Arbor, celebrated his ninetieth birthday last Thursday. Coach Yost, of the U. of M. football team, was married Monday to Miss Eunice Fite of Nashville, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. LAI. Robison of Manchester, celebrated their fifty-seven th wedding anniversary last week. The large barns and eleven blooded horses of Edward Smith of Dundee, were destroyed by fire last week. The Chinese Imperial Commission who are touringthis country, stopped off at Ann Arbor to visit the U. of M. Dexter lost three respected women pioneers by death last week—Mrs. Mary Becker, Mrs. Catharine Tuite and Mrs. Mary Foster. The Presbyterian church have pledged over §700 to the. support of their representative in China, Which is more than is the sum originally set. —Ypsilauiian. The junior dental students of the U. of M. went on a strike last week because of a remark which the'r professor made. He tried to compromise, but the students are not satisfied. The body of Wm.. Kemp was found lying beside the Michigan Central tracks at Ypsilanti last week. It is supposed that he was struck by a passenger train as: the body was terribly mangled. No Case On Kecovd. There is no case on record of a cough or cold resulting in pneumonia or consumption after Foley's Honey and Tar has been taken, as it will stop your cough and break up your cold quickly. Refuse any but the genuine Foley's Honey aud Tar iu a yellow package. Contains no opiates and is safe and sure. Wheeler's Pharmaey. The American Rambouillet Sheep Breeders' Association -will hold its regular annual meeting Thursday, Dec. 21, 1905, at 10 o'clock a. m.', in Pedigree Record Building, Union Stoclc Yards. Chicago, 111. Winter time is a good season to read up on agricultural facts and processes. Given Up To Die. B. Spiegel, 1204 N. Virginia St., Evansville; Ind., writes: "For over five years I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused me much pain and worry. I lost flesh and was all run down, and a year ago had to abandon work entirely. ■ I had three of the best physicians who did me no good and I was practically given up tq die. Foley's Kidney cure was recommended and the first bottle gave me great relief, and after taking the second bottle I was entirely cured." Why not let it help you? Wheeler's Pharmacy. iking Id 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. Askyourdoctorabout it. " I had a terrible cold, and nothing relieved me. I tried Ayer's Oherry Pectoral and it promptly broke np my cold, stopped my cough, and eased every part of my body. It did wonderful -work for me."—Mr. J. F. J.TJTZ, Toledo, Ohio. Iffado by J. C. Ayer Co., lowell, Hiss. aIbo manufacturers of SARSAPARILLA. PILLS. HAIR VIGOR. Keep the bowels regular with AVer's Piiis, ]'-:st one pill each night. Three little we all should keep, To make life happy and bright, Smile in the morning, smile at noon, Take'Rocky Mountain Tea at night. Wheeler's Pharmacy BANNER SALVE tho mpft*A«afing cawe in the worW. | j^., Book free. ECZEMA Raincoats SpringOvercoats Top Coats Winds will whistle for weeks yet. Have you a spring overcoat or raincoat—we have them and the right kind, the all-wool hand-tailored kind. Let us show you these extremely stylish and useful garments §10.00 to §20.00. All the new styles and fabrics in men's and young men's spring suits now ready, $10.00 to $25,00. Copyright 1 906 by Hart Schaffner & Marx Fancy Vests The largest lino we have ever shown of these dressy garments, Just the thing to help out an old suit and will make a new suit look better $1.00 to $4.00. The new shapes and shades in spring hats and caps. luiliiiiiti We have popped the<'^^B!5^ _ f? What your reply will'be remains to be seen. If there is any question in your mind as to buying a suit or overcoat, let us decide that question for you. This is-your last chance. We will have these suits and overcoats on our tables for only TEN days more. We are selling these suits and overcoats at just 2S psi** cent discount. A word to tlie wise is sufficient. The price of wool is going up, so it stands to reason that wool clothing must go up. We have been notified by H. S. & M. of $1.50 raise in all suits and overcoats for next year. Pair warning, there is your last chance. You wont see this ad again, no neyer, you will have to pay a higher price for goods forever. Nough said. Yours for Good Clothes A, G. Wood & Co New faces at our market 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 "Boasts, Stew, Soup Meats and Sausage, sweet ahd nice. Poultry and Fish in their season, also smoked and salt meats in all styles and kinds. Come and see us, our prices are right. Geo. Schmid & Son Geo. Schmid Alphonse Schmid themoslhopless cases cared ■with "Hermit" Salve, euar- . anteed. .A*d,druggists..25 and Hermit Remedy Go.. 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|Title||1906-03-15; 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;|
|Copyright Permission||This material is in the public domain.|