1907-09-12; Saline Observer
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Sr SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THUE8DAY; SEPTEMBER'12, 1907. v k* J., WARREN, Editor. yoL. xxvii.-no 48, 1s, I *- M »•» -ANCHOR YOUR SftVINGS SURPLUS TO HERTIFIGRTE OF DEPOSIT: Yon will find it a safe, profitable and convenient form of investment. . . We often meet persons who have a vague, impression that money deposited ih this manner is placed beyond their reach for a definite period. ' On the eontraryj our certificates are payable upon surrender and demand and the cash is forthcoming at any time withoufequlvocation." If you have any sum from Sl.OO up, upon which you would like to draw interest, but which ior reasons of jour own you* do not wish to place for a definite period beyond your reach, buy a certificate of deposit in this batik. *-* . - ■C-- The First National Bank a Ypsilanti, Michigan Capital, $ioo,opo. ASsets, $1,000,000. DAILY EXCURSIONS t DETROIT TO THE FAMOUS St. Clair flats Tashmoo Park Port Huron = Flat* er Tashmoo and Return, 60c: Port Huron and Raturn.Weak Days, Sl.OO; Sundays, 7§e. Round Trlp-Tlckett good going fey last and returning by the Elacirlo Ry. aold at radioed rates IF* and Reiura, tvery Sunday Morntaj, BOe. Steamers leave Detroit for Ej^lts.'Tass- moo, Port Hoton and Way Ports Daily, 8.33 a. m. and 2.30 p. m. Standard Time; additional Steamer for Flats and St. Clair "SVeek Days at 5.30 p. m„ retumingamS&Stfsa. m.; 11.06'a.iiC and 8.00 p. m. §t£aiiie.rs fcr TQiiBBo D'ailwj /// ^ «»99 WmWt 9uB« mm if.'"' RUBBERtliDE BOOT The best Rubber Boot made. Sewed Leather sole and warranted to outwear two pair of ordinary Rubber Boots. ' Sold by X3h L. PARSONS SALJNE k m any *forjn 9-pe dangerous, "tiealtn. ' deltrpyinfr. death.-Jeallns. 25 cents jpsurej) your We A trial jar of Hennit" Salve will prove Its infallibility. 25 &, 50c. AU artiggists. Hermit Remedy Co.. Ohicaea 55. AT ia 's "A leather you cannot tear, Hickory Calf Shoe will wear." You wiU find thea**. at ■a. Chas. Burkhart Received Praise. A report from the regular army offi-" cers "who inspected the state signal corps at the recent military encampment has heen received at military headquarters. The officer says that "The cempany is the hest equipped' for field work of. any signal corps in tne National Guard." It is recpm- mended that hetter telephone equipment he secured and that the corps he- placed in command of a captain instead of a lieutenant. Lieut, W. N. Hughes of .the TJ. S. Army Signal school at Fort Leavenworth, 111., says that the work of erecting the telephone camp system, and installing the camp exchange, which was done hy the Ypsilanti men, in charge of Lieut. Lyons, w^s excellent work, H. C. Gordon did some fine work keeping things in repair, and looking up any trouble. A great deal of credit is due F. B. Quigley for his exceptionally .fine work on the huzzer.—Ypsilanti "Press. His Only Hope. Gyrus Starks of "Wehster was in the city yesterday. In speaking of the "doleful cry" made this season by the farmers, Mr. Starks remarked that for himself he had harvested .-about 30 hushels of oats where he should have had 100, and wheat had averaged 38 where they should have'heen 75 bushels. When the potatoes were dug, in some hills there were not more than two tubers. He declared that the hope for the farmer this year was in the corn crop. He noticed the fields of corn, especially, in his ride into town and most of the fields presented a fine appearance. A few farmers have already tegtm cutting corn,. hut the most of the crop will not he ready for two or three weeks. If the weather remains favorable for two weeks, declares Mr. Starks, the corn crop will be the biggest ever harvested in the county.—Times. Both Legs Off. Orin G. Seaver, son of G. S. Seaver, a wholesale butcher living south of Ypsilanti, was run down by a Baker car in Deti\>it Thursday afternoon and both legs were cut ait below the knee. Seaver is a junior student of the marine department of the TJ. of-M. and at the close of the college year in June went to Detroit where he .had a job of running the ice engine and plant at the cold storage room" of a eommission house. He was on his way to his work when the accident occurred. He intended to quit his work this .week to return to school. Numerous Engagements. Eugene Fischer returned'' Monday from Grande Pointe where he had charge of the music during the summer. He left yesterday tar Tiffin, Ohio, where he will join the 2nd Regiment band which has a ten days' engagement at the Jamestown Exposition. On .their return the band will piay an engagement at Washington, D, C.; and at Philadelphia, Two other member!*", of Granger's Academy orchestra, Geo. Knutson and Geo. Clark, will also make the trip with this band. —Times. Races- at Clinton Saturday. Ann Arbor, has an automobile livery. The tax sales for 190S Will be published in the Chelsea Standard-Herald. Arthur W. "Wilkinson of Chelsea, has been Te-appointed deputy state oil inspector. Harry Mayhew of Ann Arbor, left last week for Europe for several years,, spent in vocal culture. Wm. N. Lister, postmaster of Ypsilanti, was last week elected president of the Michigan Postmasters' association. Miss Ina Limpert of Ann Arbor, had a gold bracelet stolen from her arm while she was watching the sport Labor Day. Mrs. Clayton Baker and little daughter Ohma, of Jackson, were burned to death hy a gasoline stove explosion. • Mrs. Willis Benton of Chelsea, was so severely burned by a gasoline explosion last Thursday, that she died shortly after." Dr. Michael Beshcar died at Trinidad, Colorado, last Thursday. He is the last surviving member of the Class of 1853 of, the TJ. of M. The Hawkins House of Ypsilanti has changed hands, J. S. Biu'chill of the "Soo" is the new proprietor and will spend about ?1,000 on improvements. Prof. Llewellyn Renwickt of the organ department of the School of Music at the TJ. of M., will give a concert at the Jamestown exposition on Detroit day, September 19. D. Harper Sibbett and Miss Jessie G. Laing, both of Ann Arbor, were married last week and went at once to -the Philippine Islands where Mr. Harper has a position as attorney for the government. Rev. Conrad Wilke, pastor of the First Evangelical church of Manchester, has sworn out a warrant for the arrest of seven saloonkeepers of that city for keeping their places of business 'open on Labor Day. Norris Goodrich of Napoleon, Ohio, and John Lowry of. Tecumseh, were instantly killed at Dundee last Thursday afternoon. They went between two loaded gravel cars to double them and were caught and crushed. Not a drop Damages For Neglect. Lucius Watkins, by A. F. and F. M. Freeman, his attorneys, has commenced suit against Daniel Barry, ex-drain commissioner, for §5,0*00 damages. He claims that Barry laid but the Feldkamp drain, Freedom township, in asnegligent nxanher, without- giving proper "and sufficient iioticfe, whereby his land has overflowed; and that he lost a steer worth ?40, and was prevented from pasturing western cattle, losing a profit of §2,001) thereby.—Ypsilanti Press.. • . • Doctor's prescribe very little, if; anyj alcohol these days. They prefer strong tonics and alteratives. This is all in keeping with modern medical science, It explains why Ayer's Sar- sapajilla is now made entirely free'from alcohol. Ask your doctQr, Follow his advice. *W*e "publish our formulas We banish, alcohol from our medicines ?Te urge you to consult your doctor Unless there is daily action of the bow- eis, poisonous products are absorbed, causing headache, biliousness, nausea, dyspepsia. We wish you would ssk your doctor about correcting your constipation hy taking laxative doses" of Ayer's Pills. —maSolj-y tite J. C. Jlysr Co., low*!, moan..— Larg-g Concern Coming. The Ann Arbor beard of commerce, i\l response t© the campaign, for booming this city, is being llob'ded with propositions. A cutlery concern in Prussia, and the largest in the world, offers to come here with 300 or 400 skilled men and would employ from 1,000 to 1,500 others. The board is also in correspondence with a shoe factory, a gasoline engine company and a paper mill- concern.—Detroit i-ree Press. A HUMANE APPEAL. A humane citizen of'Richmond, Ind., Mr. TJ. D. Williams, 107 West Main St., says: "T appeal to all-persons with weak lungs to take Dr.- King's New Discovery, the only remedy th^t baa helped me and fully comes up to the proprietor's recommendation." " It save? more livess. than all other throat and lung -ffimedies put together. Used as a cough and cold "cure the world over. Cures asthma, bronchitis, croup, whooping . cough, quinsy, hoarseness, and phthisic, stops hemop rhages of the lungs and builds them up. Guaranteed at O. C. Wheeler's Pharmacy. 50c and ?1.00. Trial hottle free. LOOK at the tag on your twine and ba sure that the "Plymouth trade mark is on every tag. TT means you will got twine made in the oldest and o largest independent mill world; twine that NEVER fails to give satisfaction, being fall length, full strength; evenly spun and well balled, DON'T be deceived-by parties offering twine claimed to he "Just as good as Plymouth"" SOME farmers lose hours m the,harvBst field when minutes count, ANT) condemn a binder that would work all right if they used Plymouth Twine. ** . TOU 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 as represented. Do not wait until harvest time; order now, because SOMETIMES the demand for Plymouth Twine Is beyond our ability to supply. FOR SALE BY F, D. FORD Gome and see my line line of WATCHES Both Ladies'and G-ents'. Engraving on all purchases free. E. H Cressy, Jewels*" and, Optician, 6. C. 'Wheeler-Pharmacy • lias a full line of SOHOOL BOOKS TABLETS ZPZEZDsFOXIILS and all other needed school supplies WE ARE IN THE COAL and will keep a good stock of all the grades on hand. We .respectfully solicit a share of ■ your patronage. We will-be in shape to deliver coal in any amount in a week or two. We want corn, anyone having corn to sell will do us a "favor to call and get our prices. We are in the market at all times for Qrain of all kinds, Clover Seed. Lots of feed of all kinds on hand,- also Timothy Seed and Alsyke. Give us a call when "in need df anything in our line. Seed Rye for sale and Barley wanted. O J&. S W O H X j^, « Bearatiie ' ■ ^<>ThB Kind Vou Hai8 Always goag^1 Signature 61 , ;■'•■■ OEM ENT Building, Barn-wall,- Chimney .and Cistern Blocks •in fact anything made of cement. Agents for Wan&gas Asphalt Eoofing. -Asphalt Roof Paint 50e per gallon. WoDd turning arid all kinds of shop work done to order. 10*horso power Nichols & Shepard Portable' Engine for sale or trade.' Quantity of Good Jelly for sale. ■ Saline Ar*f ISGiial Stone Oo. u- 1 5 ! * 1 *- u I .if if lip itf! iii IM ui ■ i &&' ...a. ... .^, ■, a,,.
|Title||1907-09-12; 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.|