1907-01-03; Saline Observer
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I Ml. xr &y- ??.;*i*^--.-.'.-.'-*-.."C...-i-*::*fe ■*•- fe), J fr A. J. WARREN, Editor, SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1907. VOL. XXVH.—NO 12 Resolve To Save YOUR money is helping other people lo get ahead. Mftke it help YOU. You can luck away a dollar a week almost without knowing it. In only five years, when Lhat dollar a week has -pilpd itself up to §285.00. You can appreciate the value, of-systematic saving. Begin the New Year by saying "something every week. If you have a Christmas check," start with that. The The money yon put in the bank at 3 per cent is "working for you. It won't take many years* to have enough to buy a home or start in business. Our system of banking by mail at 3 per cent js more conveniens than if you lived next door to our large, safe bank. Besides, yon will not be so likely to "draw it out," but will let your money pile itself np, and add to it regularly. Write us about-'Banking by Mail." We will tell you how easily you can bave something worth ^bile. Write us to-day, The First National Bank Ypsilanti, Assets $900,000. 1). L. QUIRK, President. C. E. KING,.. .Vice President. ' ;an Deposits $650,000. D. L. QUIRK, JR,... .Cashier. F. L, GALLUP,.. Asst Cashier. GOOD GOODS LOW PRICES Our oandy department is full of choice, pure sugar candy. Be careful and buy your candy at the right place. We do not handle auy glucous candies. We sell a pure sugar candy for 10c per pound. Our. raisins are the large Four Crown arid very choice. We have Sweet Potatoes, Cranberries, Grapes, Figs, Dates, Oliyes, Oysters, Cheese; Canned Corn, Poas, Tomatoes, and in fa6t eveiy article carried by first class merchants. Ladies' and Gent's Handkerchiefs, a large line to select from. -A complete line of Ladies'Gloves.and Mittens, "a good Christmas present for a friend. "t)!n3ies' and Gent's House Slippers at |,^e po-op^rartiy.e p\-ice§. A nice calendar for every family. We are yours SALINE CO-OPERATIVE CO. ■sesse-^jss Wish You All A Happy New Year "E. H. Cressy, 4few(3lss? aiid Optician. and a Mole lot of Useful Xmas Presents can be found at ourstore. Chas. Burkhart tM »§ *■*; r- B> POW1 -IC; €IT2s1YE; BEMJTFXIHrx. |.2-3. . "WMte, )1 £>a^^--^u-.'=---.ai---»r» j ..i mmi All Drag jiitl . THREE I I^eHc.53 I IPSkSKa'-iZTra f F»ncrlt,re5. f TINTS 33KSHS- EIGHB0RH00D NEWS Happenings qf Interest Gathered Jot the. "benefit of Our "Readers. Is The Ypsi-Ann Sold? Again comes the story that the £>e- -troit United Railway has absorbed the Ypsi-Ann, and that a company "controlled by the D. U. R. will soon take over the road. The officials of both companies refuse to talk, but they have been chasing back and forth to »New York a lot of late, and General Manager Clarke is there now. The Free Press asserts positively that the deal is sure. It will probably result in better servise, a thing devoutly to be desired, as since tbe limited cars were put on the locals only once an hour have most of the time heetf inadequate to care for the traffic properly, besides the inconvenience of only hourly service. Whether the change will be a good thing for Ypsilanti is a yuestion, for if the car shops here should be shut down, it would be 'a, decided loss. Later the officials admitted that the deal is practically completed.—Ypsilantian. pines, 6j Porto Rico. S\ and the rest scattering. The engagement of Rev.. W. A. Lee, pastor of the Ann Arbor First Baptist church, and Miss Gertrude Brown of Watertown, Massachusetts, has- been announced. What's the matter with Michigan? A Leoni man killed a blue racer a. few days ago and an Ann Arbor man picked a lilac blossom from his bush last week. Now don't say they lilac sin.— Manchester Enterprise. The physicians of Lenawee county are planning to organize themselves into a protective society, which means that the doctors will not attend "dead beats.'1 This move is meeting with .success wherever il is talked. Joseph Bahuske, a tailor of Ann Arbor, sent a picture of bis family, consisting of three boys and five girls, to President Roosevelt, who sent back a card, of thanks. Mr. Bahuske is so well pleased over it that he is determined to become naturalized. SPECIAL, 1 II Exhibits Queer Tastes. Two. well lvUQwn JJilanites stood on tha corner of Main and River streets the other day talking over family matters, when one asked the other: "Why doecn't your wife sing to the baby when it cries?" Said the other in a confidential tone of voice: "She used to until we discovered that the neighbors preferred to hear the baby."—Milan Leader. —: » * m Had The Nerve. Rev. John Dieterle of Ann Arbor, was awakened one morning last week by hearing noises in his mother's room and going in to investigate, found two men ligtiting . matches. -Mr. Dieterle inquired the .cause of their -presence there, and they ga,\je. po answer but mafle t\\ejxf retreat by way of the back door. These two men ought to take the prize for nerve. ""* "Ann Arbor Pets." Luick Bros. & Co. of A.nu Arbor, issued a beautiful calendar of a pretty little girl, ca5ps-.si.8g a squirrel, and l^eled V. Ann Arbor Pets."—Ex. There is one thing that \*.\' cure it—.Ayer's Hair Vigcr. It is a regular scalp-medicine.' It quickly destroys the germs [■ which cause this disease.! The unhealthy scalp becomes | healthy. % The dandruff disap-1. pears, hadlto disappear. Afc healthy sc^lp means a greatdesl § tb you—nealthy hair, ao &^ti-1 druff,no pimples,no eruptions.;. The best "kind of a testimonial— [* "Sold for over eis.t™ year.;." F ^mmi^mmmmmmwB^.o&!i:i-iA,xHAAaG-TJGT&t^-?-'--~*Kr*zr'2>—i- IffadobyJ.C.Jiyer Co., Le'-votl, 2"U__. ; &\Z& *-?ianufaeturerij t f 1 SARSAPAFJIU. PILLS. CHERRY PECTS2AL. Ann Arbor is hopeful of an automobile factory. Four weddings occurred in Ypsilanti 'during the Christinas week. fyfr-*=- A, S. Porter of Ann Arbor, died la3t week, aged S5 years. David Kelly, a well respected pioneer of Dexter, died last week. The State Y. M. C. A.'convention will be held in Jackson February 20. A wreck occurred ou the Wabash railroad near the French Landing last week. Adrian city council are talking of raising the saloonkeeper's license to §1,000. A wreck occurred last week on the Detroit, Toledo and Ironton Railroad near Adrian. The formal Athletio Association bas at last permitted women to the athletic council, Some Brighton parties shipped to Detroit parties last week nearly $1,000 worth of raw furs. Ann Arbor is putting forth every effort *"o secure the proposed State Home for Crippled Children. . Rev. E, H. Tail, the Preshytorian pastor at Milan, has resigned and~ne- cepted a qali from the church at Elk Rapids. Nearly one hundred .acres of land has been- purchased at a slight expense to be made up into fine new parks for Ann Arbor. "A. WJiter- pipe burst in the Sigma Phi fraternity house in Ann Arbor last week, damaging the decorations to the amouut bf -|3,000. The Milan Leader reports no malignant tUssases at'the present time, but they certaiuly have had tbeir s.hare of typhoid and malaria fever. Five marriage licenses were Issued at the county cleric's office on the day" before Christmas and in each case the groom resides outside the county. There are 62 foreign t-tutien-s in tho U. of M., distributed as rnll-jivs: Can-- ada, 13; Japan 9;. Mexico, S; Philip- 2rof - Walter E. Magee, head- of the. department of physical culture at the state, university, has computed' statisr. tics comparing cleanliness'among the men. ' and women undergraduates^ which show women on. the long end of the tally sheet. According to Prof. Magee, 266 baths per-week are taken by each 100 women, as. compared with 263 baths taken by each 100 men. The estimate is taken on the baths, taken in the university gymnasiunls, a close record "being kept of the number of ablutions per week. The undergradvt- ates of both sexes are crowding the/ bathrooms to help swell the figures on the score sheet. The next scoring of tbe tally sheet is to take place at the end. of the month. A Western Wonder. There's a Hill in Bowie, Tex., that-"s twice as big a3 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, when I began taking J>. 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 Cough and and Cold cure. Guaranteed by All Druggists. 50c and Sl.OO. Trial bottle free. CALL AND Sll my new line of PIPES and extra mouth pieces of all kinds. 0 Pipes from-oc to §2.50. Also a fine line of Cigars and Tdba?cos of nearly . all brands. W. R. Stierle C. S. WORTLEY & CO. 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 tlie celebrated Hart, Schaffner and Marx Fine Suits and Overcoats whicli are the best in the world. Remember this is the only store in Ypsilanti that sell H. S. & M. . Clothing. is ' - * % C. S. WORTLEf & 0@. A. C. CLARKE •li Saginaw Sal' ' that does not get hard, ROCK SALT - for packing pork. LARGE CROOKS- ' - for corned beef, etc. LINSEED OIL MEAL for your stock. KEROSENE . that will not smoke. GOOD THINGS which I would "like to exchange for your money. Respectfully Yours Headquar ..ji At Wheeler's Pharmacy. - ■ * Come and see our Jewelry, Silverware and Fancy Articles. A Bine Line of Toys up state. Bring tha little folks to see what Santa Claus bas for them. 8 Subscribe for ■£'K" •■>. >*> *ss-_- '-— a-\&* cn\--~-.-z-.'
|Title||1907-01-03; 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.|