1906-12-27; Saline Observer
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Kr V. »Hn^et. j» -^kj, «;« ft ^i, ^jg^-^- -m- ji? -s» JE2 ,, I*** 3* H'-'- JS'ir' ,*•'£.._.,' 'H* ** Hi <j A. J. WARREN, Editor-.- *!-£ SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., jPHURSDAYy DECEMBEE 27, 1900. VOL. XXvn.—NO il t Saving Money * Why Spend Yoai? Money and time going lo a bank, when you can make your deposits id 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 Youi? Name founded in 1863. Capital and Profits nearly $200,000. I The Firs ITp-sii-axifi, Michigan i). L. QUIRK, ."President. C. Isl. KING,... .Vice President. l>. L, QUIRK, JR, Cashier. F. L. GALLUP,.. Asst Cashier. GOOD GOODS LOW PRICES Our candy department is full of choice, pure sugar candy. Be oareful and buy your %eandy at the right place. We do not handle any glucous candies. We sell a pure sugar candy for 10c per pound. Our raisins are the large Pour Crown and very choice. We have Sweet Potatoes, Cranberries, Grapes, Figs, Dates, OUyos, Oysters, Cheese; Canned Corn, Peas, Tomatoes, and in fact evejy article carried by first class merchants. Ladies' apd Gent's Handkerchiefs, a large line to select from. A complete line of Ladies'Gloyes and Mittens, a good Christ- WftS present for affietid,. . . '.'""' . ?'; . •'■■■ " -Ladies' and Gent's House Slippers at the Co-operative prices. 4 pice oalendav for every family. We are yours SALINE CQ-0PEB4TSVE 00. 1*3 I will show the finest line of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware evef shown in this town. In Silverware J have ' CHAFING DISHES, TEA SETS, BAKING DISHES, CAKE BASKETS, FRUIT DISHES, SMOKING S1STS, 'CHl£rjteN'!§ CUP§, " J i$yl|e yo.x\ tg inspect my stock before pur- gha§il»g elsewhere, lewele^ and. Opticiasi, fc ;•■%". .*■*-" lodi wMe lot of DseM Mas Presents Tan be found §i our stare. - ■•: ,.■ ■. . ,-. :?:^^-;,. * v> * ••-•Chas* Burkhart,:'-' ' -*-■ *; - * -■& . . P 5Jl*fr. EIGHB0RH00D NEWS Happenings of Interest Gathered for the "Benefit, of Oar- 'Readers. The County Jail Empty. Since Prosecuting Attorney Sawyer sent out the orders to the different Justices of the county not to send any" more tramps to the county jail, that bastile has been empty and remained so for a continued period of five days. Mr. Sawyer was asked if he intended to continue ' without change after Sheriff Newton goes out and Dan Sutton takes the offlce, and said thai there.-will be no warrants issued for :■ tramp, and as the office of Prosecuting Attorney is the key of tbe situation and Dan Sutton is pledged by tbe convention to rid i;he county of the tramps, the "Weary Willies" will find a hard time in this county this winter. Christmas Lilacs. L. Lindemann of 510 North StaU- street, was iu the Times office this afternoon and left an unusual bit of Christmas garnishing—a cluster of wliite lilac which he grew in his home, and vvhich falls short but little of the blossom put forth in its season out of doors. It is quiie. a diversion from tne i Christmas holly.—Times. Then tell him abot-i: Ay- Cherry Pectoral. Tell '. how it cured your hard c - Tell him why you ahvey,-; it in the house. Tall Li*; ask his doctor ,abor.c iu Y tors use a great dct.1 *: "■ '■ throat and lung trcv.',.'«.-. "I Iiad a terrible cold ai:il c-*;-?^ - * threatened witli piieimi-min. 1 *. Cherry Pectoral and it tsiviuup-]-.-.*:!;: ■ fectielief. Itis certainly a mnst ■,-,--.:■ couch medicine."—EKKa E. VCiin::~... Falls, S. Dak. IKade "by J*. C. Ayar Co., 2Jovr *.!■, Also jnannfaetnirero of One of Ayer's Pills at bedttrpe v:\P hasten recovery^ Gently Saxa? «;■.!■ Who Can Beat This? James Lucas left at The Leader office Tuesday au ear of corn that contains 1332 kernels, every one of which will do for seed. It is, a mixture of white and yellow dent and was raised by him on his farm in Webster town- ship.-*rDexter Leader. A new laboratory is being agitated for the U. of M. campus. A farmers institute will be held in Manchester in February. : Sheep - thieves are troubling the farmers of Lenawee county. . The Ann Arbor Maccabees cleared §90 from tbeir Penny Social. Mrs. Anna W. Bramble of Tecumseh, died last week, aged 82 years. Miss Harriet M. Cutcheon of Ypsilanti, celebrated her S9th birthday last week. The Knights of Pythias district convention will be held io- Ypsilanii, January 7. «• The .Jackson Masonic fraternity bave let the contract for the erection of a new §4o,0fia temple. Jacob Tolland, who has been a resident of Ann Arbor for 68 years, died Thursday, aged 8(4 years. l"tev. Comerford of Pinckney, will li-aye lhe fore part of January for a tour through Europe, his pulpit will bi- supplied by a Detroit clergyman. A wreck occurred Thursday night ou the Micbigan Central near Leoni, by a box car in the middle of a freight train jumping the track. Luckily no one was injured. Chas. A.Stimson, a hustling young business man of Anu Arbor, has left for' Seattle, Washington, to, 'take charge of a branch oEgce qf tbo M. J. Brandensteio ovf S^n Francisco. Miss Edna M.. Hossie of Bay City, a graduate of the 17. of M. iu 1904 and captain of the soman's basketb.nU team, will leave soon for Panama to wed Reynolds Smitfe of Detroit. Miss I^oalowslri, principal of the Dester high school, has resigned to accept tlie position of teacher of Latiti and German in' the Hillsdale high school. Miss Geneviave Slurmen of Battle Creek, is the uvw principal. The D., Y , A. A. & J. By., ^ave a tract of land we<4 t>5 the Old People's Home aud lying between tbo eUctrii" road a.id the Michigan Central at Chelsea, to the Old Peopls'a Home which will make in all twenty-lire acres of land. The cornerstone of the m»w Home building' will be laid in January. prank Cranflall, a prosperous Howell farmer and stocUgrower, lost 25 hog--. out of 28 within the past few days, he reported the sa!*r,e ta the Michigan Agricultural College and an 'te**perl was sent out to his farm-to iivesti gate, who reported the intestims in the same condition, after deatb as inva human being \vba died of typhoid fever. o-a.sT*o*n.3:.A.. i Beai3 the _s9 ^9 W Von Ha« AlwaifS 8o#l Tobacco Test for Novels. The other day in a public library in London an attendant noticed a young girl sniffing suspiciously at the books. When? he asked the reason • of her stranga conduct sbe told Mm frankly. "I sniS at a book," s£e*saiel, "to see if it smells of tobacco. If it does then I know it's a book a maa bas been reading aad that it's a good one." This iS a novel literary test, bat a wise one in some respects. Horse sense lies behind it and feminine intuition. A Western Wonder. There's a Hill in Bowie, Tex., that's twice as big as last year. This wonder is W. L. Hill, who from a weight of 90 pounds has grown to over 180. He says: "I suffered with a terrible cough and doctors gave me up to die of Consumption. I was reduced to 90 pounds, wben I began taking Dr. King's New "Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Fow, after taking 12 bottles, I have more than doubled in weight and am completely cured." Only sure Coagh and aud Cold cure. Guaranteed by All Druggists. - 5Uc and Sl.OO. Trial bottle free. •»!T m 11 Mi ill my new line of PIPES mouth pieces of and extra all kinds. ', Pipes from 5c to S2-50v Also a fine line of Cigar-a and Tobaccos of nearly all brands. " W. R. Stierie SPECSAL SALE C. S. WORTLEY & OO. will sell All Men's, Young Men's, Boys' and Children's Overcoats, Ulsters, Reefers, Pea Jackets and Winter Suits at Greatly Reduced Prices In this sale we include the celebrated Hart, Schaffner and Marx Fine Suits and Overcoats which are the best in the world. Remember this is the only store * in Ypsilanti that sell H. <S. & M. Clothing.. ' OS. WORTLEY & GO. CHRISTMAS Before deciding on your Christmas Presents 3go and 4ee what A. C.CLARKE has in the way of gifts. A pin cushion given with every purchase of one dollar and over. Tho difference between Hitting a*s4M$SS*nS is fiiedif- jrertHicebctwecn an AcJuratfj aad a«_ Iaz.cttsn.xe: Arm. Choose wiselv—dt^fliuittalei Ge&a SIBVES'Sf lr*urty ycarg c? ^xpetienc^s" behind: out X^-Skiftf* IOFXES, PISTOLS, SBOTGTENB Biffe Telescopes, 3Etc^ Asfcyot^dealerandtttaKtJ^n^^c'nstaiupsfori^o on Ce STE\-"fiNa. Ifjow tannqt \Jz lajgv ^ e sUp dl- T*3tt <xpr*ss?rt£.2^i'tQa reccintyfcati'.oi; price. j age tatata? desc^iWuij t'je entrie STEVW»» -tR!^ Prof«sel y il" wsinite J, and i imt*fti,*«»Vor.its osiSJiaot- ju *, A-mminition, Lie. RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED By The State Association of Mutual Insurance Companies of Michigan. Lansing, Mieb., February 15,1905 Whereas, Prof. West Dodd of DesMoines. Iowa, has so scientifically and satisfactorily demonstratedto this convention the process by whieh nature pfoduees lightning and the true methods of guarding against it, thereby saving a large per cent of insuraaee 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 Prof. Dodd in his great work of educatingTfche people of Michigan in tbe true method of saving life and property from destruction by lightning, and that the system of Dodd & Struthers is hereby recommended to all patrons of Mutual Insurance iu Michigan, as the correct system , of protecting building from lightning. Be it-Further Resolved, The thanks and appreciation of this convention is hereby extended to Prof. Dodd for his instructive atid generous 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. Taylor, Belding, Mich. J. S.. Shaeer, Ma'soE, Mich. A. O. White, Fremont, Mich. J. E*, Tatlor, Sec. .Committee Headquarters for 1 BesutHu! 'three-color ATuntimm Hunger -will JKjftu- * -v8|0eJ fi)r to tents in Sttiaps. J. STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO., ^.O.jaoksosS CtaCOJaR*K*tUL3, m ass., v. s, A. At Wheeler's Pharmacy. Come and see our Jewelry, Silverware and Fancy Articles. » A Fine Line of Toys up stairs. .Bring the little folks to see what Santa Claus has for them. ' • il SERVER ' 'V-sw »«r "US*-*!,,. 'k'I'^i -'o.AJu.Z-tA. PftJ-^At *\ i- t*2*>^r- TA.
|Title||1906-12-27; 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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