1907-02-21; Saline Observer
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"*•*•».. yy. ''I "it S A. J/WAKREN, Editor.*' SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2i, 1907. VOL. XX Vn.—NO 19 Banking by Mail at 3 per cent with The First National Bank Ypsilanti, Michigan It is a yery simple matter to open a Savings Account by mail with this well known bank which protects its dopositot'3 with capital and surplus of TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS and total resources of over NINE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS. Fill out the blank space below and enclose with post office or express money order, bank draft or check; or currency by registered mail or express. Letters containing money orders, check3 and drafts- need not be registered. We pay 3 per cent compound interest on any amount up to ten thousand dollars. YOU MA5T OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH ONE DOLLAR. If you are not ready to open an account now, we invite you to keep us in mind. FIRST RATIONAL BASK, Ypsilanti, Mich. Enclosed ilnd Dollars with which to open an account at 3 per cent iu your Savings Department, mailing- pass hook to Name Address ..' Valenti $ We have the finest stock of valentines ever shown in this town. Come in and see them. Wheeler's Pharmacy V * Chas. Burkhart X #' A Bargain FOR OUR Subscribers The New Idea '■4-'' oman s magazine AND The SALINE OBSERVER Both, One Year for Only 1.40 The New Idea Woman's Magazine contains over 100 pages each month of fashions, dressmaking, needlework and household helps. Each number is beautifully illustrated and contains nine full-page fashion plates, some in color. These two publications furnish reading for every member of the KJEIGHBORflOOD NEWS . ii 'Happenings qf Interest Gathered for the "Henefit of Our "Readers. "Auld Lang Sync." It was a jolly party of- Jefferson schoolmates of 3S years ago that met at tne home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ball, on the evening* of January 80. After a couple of hours spent in relating incidents and anecdotes of boyhood days, they repaired to the dining room to partake of an oyster supper with all the necessary adjuncts. Those present were H. A. Armstrong, Detroit; G. A. White, Clark's Lake; Amos Piakett, Jefferson; C. C. Tot-ten, I. L. Hoeg and Fremont Hewitt of Brooklyn. Some of the party had not met in 32 years. After another hour spent in pleasant conversation^, and songs of "Auld Lang Syne:' they departed for their homes, each feeling he had had a glimpse of youthful days. —Brooklyn Exponent. Another Fatal Accident. Jackson was the scene last week of another fatal accident. Two youths, named Clarence Barlow and Lewis Zceller, were to take a party on a sleighride one evening but as the sleighing was of a doubtful quality they took a wagon. When they vrere about to cross the Michigan Central tracks, the switchman attempted to stop the team but without avail. Either the noise of the wagon prevented the boys from hearing the approach of the train, or they were determined to cross the track ahead of the train. The horses were struck and iustantly killed, young Barlow was found dead and Zoeller was still living, but he died before morning. «>*o- In School Together. There is rather a strange circumstance in one of the criminal cases which will come up in the March term of the circuit court. When Jack Mc- Gilyray, arrested for a hold-up, was in the high school there was no brighter student enrolled than he. In school with him were Dan Sutton and Andrew Sawyer, Jr.. Thus the man wbo secured his arrest and the man who will prosecute him for the crime were old associates in school. "When I get out of this I am going to study law and settle down." declared Jack to the sheriff.—Ann Arbor News. «>«. ,— Big Mortgage Filed. The Detroit, Jackson & Chicago Railroad has given a mortgage and deed of trust to tbe- Security Trust Co. of Detroit for $3,405,000, the purchase price of the Ypsi-Ann road, to cover bonds issued for its payment. The mortgage was received this morning for record by Begister of Deeds Law- son, and it is one of Ihe largest mort gages ever tiled at this ofiice. It is bound in hook form and contains 149 printed pages. The work of recording it will keep the Register's force busy for several days.—Times. The Annual Banquet. The Board of Commerce, formerly the Business Men's Association, will resume its custom of holding an annual banquet February 22, in connection with the annual meeting and election. " It will be held at the Occidental, and F. W. Brook's, president of tbe D., J. & C. and general manager of the D. TJ. R., and other .prominent men will be invited to speak. These banquets have always been a good factor in the lire of Ypsilanti, and it will give a good chance to discuss the city's needs —Ypsilantian. Lawyers Favored, Witbin the imst ft-w nn>n<h « chii' has been born into the uomo ui i->b:,i married lawyer in the city of Ypsilanti with the exception of two, and these, it is said, will be coutented U they will be oalled "grandpa" in tfie near future. So popular has the word "father" become to the legal lights that there is said to be Strife among the bachelor attorneys as to who wi'l become "sodfathers" for their brothers' fhi'drt-n.—Fiv Pr. ss. O J&. & *E« «3> 3E*. X .4w . Beara the ^# Tha Kind You Have Always Bougiil Signature. S#> - ^ZSALx-A Gift From Carnegie. Rey. M. L. Grant, pastor of the Chelsea Congregational church, received a letter last Thursday from Andrew Carnegie stating that he will contribute §800 toward a pipe organ for the church, providing SS00 is first raised by the church. The gift was accepted and a committee appointed to secure the necessary §800. Mrd. Ann W. Bassett of Ypsilanti, died last week, aged Si years. W. I. Keal, one of the* leading merchants of Dexter, died last week, aged 65 years. Rev. and Mrs. Thomas Holmes" of Chelsea, narrowly escaped asphyxiation last week from coal gas. A. W. Wood, a pioneer merchant of Adrian, fell on an icy sidewalk and broke his hip, his recovery is despaired of on account of his advanced age. Charles Mallock of Jackson, while stealing a ride to Detroit on a. freight train, fell from the moving train at Grass Lake, but escaped with slight injury. The Ann Arbor Machine Co.'s suit against the Ann Arbor Hay Press Co. has been carried to the supreme court, they having lost the case in the circuit court. Patrick Desmond of Ann Arbor, who was injured some time ago at Geddes by a Michigan Central train, has commenced suit against the railroad company for §-5,000 damages. The large prairie wolf that has bothered the farmers near Chelsea for the past two years, was shot last week by Warren Spaulding, who will get the §25 state bounty on wolves. C. D. Hurry, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Hurry of Tecumseh, will bs married in Chicago this month and will immediately sail for Japan, China, Korea and Hongkong, he goes as a delegate to the World's Christian Federal Con vention in Tokio in April". Alexander Y." Malcomson, a coal dealer of Detroit, has commenced suit in the Wayne county circuit court against the boa*'d of regents of the TJ. of M. for §1,388 64 for coal, which had bnen refused by tbe board because, it was not loaded in proper cars Couductor Mogfot-d of the Lake Shore, is eonffm-d to hi:** home from injuries rt'ceivfd at Hillsdale. Hh wis struck by an engine wiiile warning a lady who w:is standing on the track on which the train was coming in. and was hurled several feet.—Ypsilr-.ntian. Dr. J. H. Ball of Bay City, son of Policeman Ball of Ann Arbor, is in the Pasteur Institute in Ann Arbor for treatment. He was opening his pet dog's mouth to administer some medicine, the dog scratched his band and later showed symptoms of hydrophobia. Dr. F. C. Witter of the house staff at the University hospital, was married Thursday evening to Miss Lena L. Armstrong of Lapeer. The wedding occurred at eight o'oloeli but at six o'clock the bride's home was found lo be on dre, whereupon the groom mouuted the roof at the risk of his life to help pat out the fire—a very acceptable son-in-law. Sagina tliat does not get hard. ROOK SALT for packing pork. LARG-E CROCKS 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 F. I wish to call your attention to my complete line of picture mouldings always on hand from 5c tp 25c per foot, made up. 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|Title||1907-02-21; 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;|
|Copyright Permission||This material is in the public domain.|