1906-11-29; Saline Observer
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,MWi*vj,*!'VV. ■"J^'O-^-i, " "*/■*?•. ?■?? ■ s-^-r .-pj-wr^T*,**1*!^*^^ .^i *-.. SERVER * A. J. Warren, Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH,, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1906. VOL. XXVLI.-NO 7 *> * % %■ Saving Money VChy Spend Your Money and time going to a hank' when you can make yonr deposits in your OWN NEIGHBORHOOD at any time DAY OR NIGHT, HOLIDAYS AND SUNDAYS and GET INTEREST TOO. This bank will send full explanation if you Send In Your Name Founded in 1863. Capital and Profits nearly $200,000. The First National Bank Ypsilanti, Michigan I). L. QUIRK, President. 6. E. KING,.. .Vice President. D. L. QUIRK, JR.... .Cashier. F. L. GALLUP,.. Asst Cashier. SCHOOL SUPPLIES Cottier Drug Store O. C. WHEELER * ROYAL Baking Powde* Saves Health The use of Royal Baking Powder is essential to the healthfulness of the family food. Yeastferments the food. *_ Alum baking powders are injurious . Royal Baking Powder saves health. ROYAL BALING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. Headquarters I*-? it for •m 'Jtf Underwear A large assortment to select from. Chas. Burkhart . " .:--i> a'a- : •:. : .»*.,- - .... Jg[E :ighi J0RH00D NEWS * . w IaM. ■".'.'.■ * V Happening's qf Interest, Gathered for to* "henefti of Oar "Readers. ■ ^m^^mw A Novel Verdict The following was the coroner's verdict upon the death of Fred Sager of Chelsea: "That the said Fred Sager, in the county aforesaid, in and unto himself then and there being, in the peace of God and of the people of this state, feloniously, voluntarily and of his malice aforethought, made an assault; and that the said Fred Sager then and there, with a certain razor of the value of 25 cents, which the said Fred Sager then and there held in his hand, himself, upon his throat then and there feloniously, voluntarily and of his malice aforethought, did strike and give to himself then and there, with the lazor aforesaid, upon his throat aforesaid, one mortal wound of the breath of four inches and of tbe depth of one inch or more, of which said mortal wound the said Fred, Sager at his residence in the township of Sylvan, in the county aforesaid, lan; guished and languished for some time, jn the county aforesaid, of that mortal would, died. And so the jurors aforesaid upon their oaths aforesaid say that tbe said Fred Sager, then and there in the manner aforesaid as a felon of himself, killed himself as murdered, against the peace and dignity of the people of the state of Michigan." . Another Close Call. Tlie Ypsilanti High School had another narrow escape from being burned down last week Tuesday night. It was during a thunder storm that lightning struck a pole, bearing a high tension wire of the Washtenaw Light & Power Co. The wife was burned off and fell on a feed wire near the* high school and thisin turn was burned Off in such a way that it fell on a gas pipe so that the gas in the pipe was set on Are in the bath room in the high school. The ceiling was set on fire but the room being closed tight the smoke soon smothered the flames before much damage was done. The gas in the pipe was still burning but the heat melted off the pipe* and the melted metal fell down tbe pipe and shut off the meter. When the janitor entered the building the next morning it was found to be full of smoke. This is the fourth tin^e that the building has been tired. Are You Job Printing at Observer Office Quite Singular. An interesting matter for scientists to investigate is the statement that insane cases, as reported to the judge of probate, occur periodically. During the past week petitions have been Hied for the commitment of four insane people In tbe county. The records iu the probate office show that whenever one case bas been reported that at least three or four others have followed within a few days Many weeks, and sometimes two or three months, pass with no case reported but invariably when the spell, or period, is broken, a number come in quick succession. It is strange, but it is the record.—Times Still More Trouble. The D., Y.j A. A. & J. Ry. are certainly having their share of bad luck. Friday morning one of tbe tubes in boiler No. 6 bursted, filling the room with steam and scalding some of lht< employes Chief Engineer Curtis ascended the ladder to close the valve ic the tube, thus shutting iOff the boiler, hut the steam was too much for him •uid he was compelled lo descend. As soon as tbe steam was blown off the boiler was disconnected and steam was •rotten up again tn the others in a very short lime. Ths cars were held up for a t-pace of two hours. —. m . m, .f The new parochial scbool al Cheisea was dedicated Wednesday. Ypsilanti boasts of dandelion blossoms and robins. Pretty late for these "luxuries." A small wreck occurred near Scio on the Michigan Central last week by the derailing of three freight cars. Charles Belcher of ftollin township, in drilling down SO feet, struck a gusher of water that throws a stream 10 feet high. Mis3 Sarah J. Knott ot Adrian^ was elected first vice president of the State Y. W. C. A. at the repent (Jonyention held, in Kalamazoo. W. Bedford and son of Milan, haye returned from a visit to bis old homo In New Brunswick, Ontario, which is his first visit in twenty-five years. A petition is being circulated to secure a pardon for Edward Ascher, the convicted murderer of "Valmore C. Nichols, a prosperous Pittsfield farmer. George Walters, who has been supervisor of Bridgewater township for sixteen years, -died November 16. He refused re-nomination last spring on account of poor health. Tbe Cheisea Flour Mills at Chelsea, was totally destroyed by fire last week. It is one of the oldest landmarks in that part of the county. The loss is estimated at $13,000 with $5,000. insurance. The classes in chemistry and in physics" of the Adrian high school visited the Blissfield sugar factory ott two separate days last week. The chemistry class went to see how sugar was made and the physics class to view' tbe machinery.—Ex. " The Clinton Woolen Mills made a shipment of 24 cases of cloth Friday. Each case weighed 540 pounds. This was the largest shipment ever made in one day by them and is a part of a government order they are now working on.—Clinton Courier. Mrs. Hiram Ford and daughter Mrs, Lottie Richelderfer both died at Morenci, Thursday night, within four hours of each other. Mrs. Ford was an aged lady, who had been sick for several years, and her daughter was worn out with caring for her.-—Ex. A most grewsome murder occurred near Adrian Friday. Joseph Ehrlich, ■Jr., sawed the throat of his sweetheart who had scorned him, stabbed her six times in the throat with a sharp pointed shears, and then plunged them into her heart. Ho is now in jail to await the action of the law. * An item appeared on one of the pages of the Mail last week stating that an ear of corn had been raised on a Bad Axe farm containing 800 kernels. An ear ot oorn was found at our door yesterday morning with-the following note: "Here's an ear of corn that was raised in Plymouth and contains 1000 kernels of corn."—Mail. Our genial blacksmith, E. R. Brown, has been turning his hand type.setting in this office a few evening's of late to help us out. Emil used to set considerable type several»years ago and has not forgotten it yet.—Pinckney Dispatch. We have often hpard of a blacksmith in printing offices but did not know that he resided in Pinckney. —Cheisea Standard-Herald.' Ash Your OwnDoctor If he tells you to take Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for your severe cough or bronchial trouble, then take it. If he has anything better, then take that. But we know whathe will say; for doctors have used this cougfrmedicine ovfcr 60 years. ■<I haTO nsea Ayer's Cherry Teetotal for h»nlcolds.bad conRhs.aiid-iiifliienza. It 1ms done me great pood, and I believe it Is Hi-* beit cough medicine in the world for all throat and lung troubles."- EnC. Stuabt. Albany. Oregon. k£ Had* by J.C. Ayar Co., Lowell, Ttfau. All "— so -manotMtorera of JL SARSAPARILLA. PILLS. HAIR VW0R. tiers Keep the bowels open with one of Ayer's Pills at bedtime," just one. When the tip Of a dog's nose is cold and moisi,-lhat dog ie not sick.- A feverish dry nose means sickness with a dog. And so with the human lips. Dry, cracked and cblorless lips mean feverishness, and are as well ill appearing. To have hPSU'lflVpink, velvet-like lips, apply at bedtime a coating of Br. Shoop's" Green Salve.. It will soften and heal any skin ailment. Get a free, trial box, atom* store, a,nd be convinced, targe nicliel capped glass jars, 2a>e. C<-irn*3*f *Qrug SVaf& for Thanksgiving .Have you purchased, that new Suit, Overcoat, Hat, Gloves, Tie or Muffler which you are sure to need for Thanksgiving? You are always sure pf garments that fit perfectly, retain their shape and give satisfactory service when you buy the celebrated Eart, Schafl'ner & Marx and Stein & Bloch, all wool Fine Olothingv which is standard for correct fashion wherever good clothes are sold. Winter Suits and Overcoats §10, $12, $15, $18 and $20. We* have an enormous stock of . clothing and are making exceptionally low prices from now till Xmas. Copyright "ic**"-o6 by* Hart Schaffiier £f Marx FOR KITCHEN CABINETS CARPET. SWEEPERS, RUGS AND EXPRESS WAGONS, GO TO A C. CLARKE'S RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED By The State Association of Mutual Insurance Companies of Michigan^ Lansing, Mich., February 15, 1905 Whereas, Prof. West Dodd of DesMoines. Towa, has so scientifically and satisfactorily demonstrated to this convention the process by which .nature produces lightning and the true methods of guarding against it, thereby saving a large per cent of insurance losses and much life. Therefore, be It Resolved, That it is the sense of this convention that the good offices of the companies here represented be tendered to Proif. Dodd in his great work of educating the people of Michigan in the true method of saving life and property from destruction by lightning, and that the system of Dodd & Strathers is hereby recommended to all patrons of Mutual Insurance in Michigan as the correct system of protecting building from lightning. Be it Further Resolved, The thanks and appreciation of this con-, vention is hereby extended to Prof. Dodd for his instructive and gener-' ous lecture, and that these resolutions be printed in the report of this convention, and a copy of this resolution be presented to Prof. Dodd. J- E. Taylok, Belding, Mich. J. S. Shafer, Mason, Mich. A. O. White, Fremont, Micb. J. E. Taxlor, See, ' Committee Agent •vt.'vW ■■riMnttsMse \i«esw!m!!SiJcsii3&ssss^s!:^ssa^ss^sssa^s^s^sis^, One-Third More Heat From One-Third Less Fuel The reasonrJEWELBasehurners produce more heat -with less fuel is due to the improved Jewel Construction. Jewel Base Burners are different and where they are different they are better. Buy* a Jewel and youwillget a stove of remarkable fuel economy and wonderful heating ability. You cannot afford to miss the savings or the comfort. Investigate. Gome here aifd let ub show you. 'WARNINe—Others try to imitate Jewel Stoves. Do not be misled. Genuine -Jewels bear fhe trademark printed "herewith. Buy from ns, run no risk of getting imitations. JEWEL •^toves i,/?4NGt*i E. 3VX. I35ET.INriXr]EL: J**-* * "*—' i Jp -*-*-"> ■& j/S$_"
|Title||1906-11-29; 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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