1907-03-21; Saline Observer
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sfii-'i S* -i ?* -. • ."-•.'■ , :■- i- -'. ... "" •$ ■"V y 2*S 4.. J. WARREN, Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH.VTHURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1907. VOL. XXYn.-NO 23 at 3 per cent with The First National BanK Ypsilanti, Michigan It is a very simple matter to open a Savings Account by mail with this woll known bank which protects its* depositors with ca'pital and surplus of T* TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS and total resources of over* NINE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS. Fill out the blank space below and enclose with post ofllce or express money order, bank draft or chsck; or currency by registered mail or express. Letters containing money orders, checks and drafts need not be registered. We pay 3 per cent compound interest on any. amount up to ten thousand dollars. YOU M.A5T OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH ONE DOLLAR. If you are not ready to open an account now, we invite you to keep us in mind. PIBST NATIONAL BANE, Ypsilanti, Micli. Enclosed find. : .Dollars with which to open an account at 3 per cent in yonr Savings Department, mailing pass hook to Name. * Address " sf> Commencing Saturday, March 23, at 8:30 sharp 3D lays Eeatimtion Sale \ of.the E. W. Freese & Son's Mammoth . Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Carpets, Rugs, Shoes and Rubbers. Two Big Shoe and Rubber Stocks consolidated for this Sale. - This Stock must go regardless of price during this Sale. Thousands of bargains tbo numerous to mention. J S. TOWNSEND CUMTOIV, MICH. :•* A. C, CLARKE has just received his spring line of Carpet Samples Also a full line of LL WOOL MT SQUARES * -JK §>aj} r^jid see his assortment of Chinese and Japanese Mattings, new stock jugt received. Axminister and Smyrna Rugs always in stock. « Our Stock is now Complete. Chas. Burkhart •~:~*-*^ EIGHB0RHQ0D NEW Happenings of Interest Gathered fov the "benefit of'Oar "Readers. Charter Amended. The six amendments to the charter of,Ann Arbor passed both of .the houses at Lansing last week, and is now before the governor'for his signature. They passed the House, on' the suspension of the rules, and when it was sent .to the Senate, which hody was about to adjourn, but very obligingly took a recess to look over the amendment and upon reassembling it \\as passed immediately. The amendments cover: 1, Increasing the treasurer's calary to §1,200 per year with §100 extra for clerk hire, all fees going into the city treasury. . 2, Making the president of the council, ex-offlcio, a member of all committees. 3, Permitting the board of "public works, in case bids are rejected, to do the public work for the city without hids. .: f 4, Increasing the pay of aldermen on registration, election or review to §5 per day. 5, Allowing the council to vote a city attorney not exceeding S40D* a year for court work in addition to his' regular salary. 6, Increasing the health officer's salary to §600 a year and having him chosen by the mayor from the board of health. Hay Press Co. and the, Miniature Side Co. * Burten Patterson of Ypsilanti, who is employed at the D., J. & C. Ry. power house, received a shock of 2,200 volts from the high tension wires one day last week, but survived the shock. He will recover. A false fire -alarm was turned into, the Ann Arbor Fire Department from "ypsilanti last week, which called out the apparatus from both stations at 8 o'clock on a rainy night. This is a misdemeanor and is punished by a fine and the guilty party is bein^ hunted. "Will i Do?" Recently a Franklin bachelor bought a pair of socks ..in this village and found attached to one a paper with these words: "I am a young; girl of twenty and would like .to^correspond with a view of matrimony." The name and address were given. The bachelor wrote and in a few days got this reply: "Mamma was mf rried twenty years' ago. Evidently the merchant of whom you bought those socks did not advertise, or he would have sold them long ago. My mother handed me your letter and said possibly I might do. I am eighteen."— ^Birmingham Eccentric. :-♦-«"-•» Unlucky "13." John R. Rockwell of Jackson, county superintendent of the poor and prominent in local and district politics, was one of a party at the Elk's temple Sunday night. It was remarked jokingly that there were thirteen in th'e crowd. Rockwell left in his usual good health and during the night was seized with an attack of acute kidney disease "and died before morning.—Press. A Serious Slip. Thomas Carney of Ann Arhor, while sawing wood with a buzz-saw at* the Staebler farm on the Divboro road one day last week, slipped and fell across the saw in such a way as to make a terrible gash within a quarter of an inch of the jugular vein. It is a mystery hew he happened to escape further injury. . Sheep thieves are reported in Sharon township. Brighton will have a home coming celebration id August. Chelsea* \?ill haye a new school building in the neai* future, Albert S. Temple, for forty years a resident of Wayne village, died last week. Dennis Cheever. a well known pio neer of Rawson ville, died last week, aged 83 years. ^ The state sanitarium for tuberculosis at Howell will be ready for one hundred patients the first of next month. Wm. Cummings, living northeast of Wayne,"was kicked and tramped upon by a horse and his recovery is doubtful. "*..*'- Mrs,' Sarah Gore, who has been a resident^of North fip.ld township for 1h<" past 72 years, died last" weekt aged SI years. Leigh Palmer, son of Dr. Palmer of Chelsea,. has accepted* the position witn the"-New Yorjc Central Ry. as"*an inspector of an tunnel under^construc- tion under the Detroit river. Ypsilanti is' to have two new factories and the city- has appropriated $14,000 to furnish §ites and buildings, the new factories are the Ann Arbor Then your blood must be in a very bad condition. You certainly know what to take, then take it —Ayer's Sarsaparilla. If you doubt, then consult your doctor. We know what he will say about this grand old family medicine. Sold for over 60 years. Tliis is tho first -jnestion your doctor would ask: "Are vour bowels regular?" Ho knows that daily action ot the bcm-els is ahsolutely essential to recovery. Keen your liver active and yonr bowels regular by taking laxative doses o£ Ayer's JHIls. W>*-^-w^«M;3s-K3«ssK*-ra:K«*»^^ 3&z&3 hy 3.0. Ayor Co., Iidwall, Ktasa. Also manufacturers of HAIR VIGOR. AGUE CURE. CUERRY PECTORAL. Binder Twine LOOK at the tag on your twine and be sure that the "Plymouth trade mark is on every tag. IT means you will get twine made in the oldest and largest independent mill world; twine that ' NEVER fails to give satisfaction, being full length, full strength; evenly spun and well balled, DON'T be deceived by parties offering twine claimed to be "Just as good as Plymouth" SOME farmers lose hours in the harvest field -when minutes count, AAD condemn a binder that would work all right if they used Plymouth Twine. - YOU know by experience that poor twine, though purchased at a low price is an expensive article. BECAUSE such twine is often short length, and so uneven it breaks when tying the bundles. REMEMBER eyery ball of twine having Plymouth trade mark and name of Lindsay^ Bros. ON the tag is exactly lis represented. Do riot wait qniil harvest time; order now, beeause SOMETIMES the. demand for Plymouth Twine is beyond our ability to supply. FOR SALE BY F. D. FORD "If you are Constipated^ dull, or bilious, or have a sal\ow lifeless complexion, try Lax-ets just once to see what they can no for you. Lax-ets are little toothsome Candy tablets—nice to eat, nice in effect. No gripina*, no pain. Just a gentle laxative eSect that is pleasingly desirable. Handy for the vest pocket or purse, Lax-ets meet every desire. Lax-ets come to you in beautifully lithographed metal boxes at a cents and 2-5 cents. Sold by the Corner Drug Store. The editor of the Memphis, Tenn., "Times" writes: "In my opinion Po- ley's Honey and Tar is the be3t remedy for coughs, colds and lung trouble, and to my own personal knowledge Foley's Honey aud Tar has accomplished many permanent cures that have been very little, of marvellous." Refuse aoy out the genuine in the yellow package. Wheelers Pharmacy Saving Housewife's Time. It saves many steps if, when putting dishes away, you carry them to the china closet in a tray, as it accommodates so many more dishes than one can carry in the hands. A tray should be. used also when removing them from the table. This is so frequently neglected and so many extra steps have to he taken that it is worthy of being mentioned. To stop a Cold with "Preventics*' is safer than to let it run and cure it afterwards. Taken at the "sneeze" stage Preventics will head off all colds and Grippe, and perhaps save you from Pneumonia or Bronchitis. Preventics are little toothsome caody cold cure tablets selling in 5 cent and 2-5 cents boxes. If you are chilly, if you begin to sneeze, try Preventics. They will surely check the cold, and please you.- Sold bv the Corner Drug Store. SaTed Her Son's Life. The happiest mother in that little town of Ava, Mo., is Mrs. S. Ruppee. She writes: "One year ago my sou was down with such serious lung trouble that our physician was unable to help him; when, by our druggist's advice I began giving him Dr. King's New Discovery, and I soon noticed improvement. I kept this treatment up for a few weeks when he was perfectly well. He i as worked steadily since at> carpenter work. Dr. King's New Discovery saved his life." Guaranteed best cough and cold cure by. All Druggists. 60c and §1. Trial bottles free. Estate of Nehemiah P. Stanton. State o£MicVgan. County of Washtenaw, s. s. At a session of the Prohate Court for said County of "Washtenaw, held at tie P^ohitei Office in the City of Ann Arhor, on the 0th day of March, in the year one thousand uh\e hundred and seven. Present, Emory E. Leland, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the Estate of Nehemiah P. Stanton, deceased Or; reading and filing tha duly verified petition of Cornelia Stanton, praying that a certain paper In "writing and now on fllein this court, purporting to he the last will and testament of Nehemiah P. Stanton he admitted to probate, and-that Bradley M. De- Lajnater the executor named in said will, or some other suitable person be appointed executor thereof, and that appraisers and com- missibners be appointed. It is ordered. That the *Gth day of April next, at ten 6'clqck in the afternoon at said Pro- Irate OUce he appointed for hearing said petition. And it is further ordered, that a copy of this order be published three successive weelcs previous to said time of hearing ia the Saline Observer, a newspaper printed and circulating in said County of Washtenaw, Emory E. Leland (A true copy.) Judge of Probate. H, Wirt Newkirk. Eegister. 25 Foley's Honey aad Tar forchildren.safe.surc No opiates Bears tlie Signature Cf .sTonija., •(Tha Kind Vou Have Always Bougtf sS^fer Made to fit feet *--•--* ..V* / The best reason for buying Selz Royal Blue shoe, is that it's made to lit human feet; to wear and look right wherever you go; to last a long time. It will cost you $3.50 and"$4; and * you'll never spend shoe money to better advantage than in. Selz Royal Blue. We sell them here G*. L. PARSONS A-1' Retail Jewelers are not afraid of the Mail Order houses and we are even boses of competition. There is no offer made by them that we cannot equal. Indeed it is an oft-, repeated claim—one tha,t has never been disproved—that we can soil a bette r article of ievyelry thai**, airmail order house for as little or less money. That is why we are so swsjaus to have those who make a practice of purchasing by i$ail g\ve cuir claims a test. If we could not make good, we would not be sayjj in.g a word about it, but the loss is yours, as well as ours, hence our earnestnes?! about the matter. -' -"- .'*? A fair test—value for value, money for money—is all we ask. , ."""""■" E. H Cressy, ■ -/_;? Jeweler* and Optician. GET Y0UR JOB PRINTING AT THE 0BSETVER OFFICE Ascribe for ths Gures Biliousness, Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Chronic Cons'Ir-atlon. Fleasasit to ialie . - axatiye. Fruit Syrup Cleanses the system thoroughly and clezurs sallow complexions of' pimples and blotches* - It is guaranteed -,- - -JK. —mrrirt"'*^-"*"---''"- - ■M&^m^w^-rtnasaav&tsvja^*^ *mctto"K:"** BwB gjH^ag-gg J..«_..
|Title||1907-03-21; 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;|
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