1908-01-16; Saline Observer
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li -."."*"" - ""^i I ' ( ' ■ jfv. - a '" **' '* * r -f *-v^^-**"^ -^¥,'-'N-^.>J'-^'if* '"■rttfi \\m A. J. WARREN, Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, JANUARY )l>, 1908. VOL. xxvni.-NO U * The First National Bank Ypsilanti Michigan respectfully solicits an interview to convince you of the advantages offered by the Bank of Co-operation ani Service During the recent financial stringency we ■-fa have not required time on our certificates of @ deposit or savings accounts nor have we declined to pay out currency to our customers. 3 pes? cent interest on certificates of deposits and Savings Accounts Wheeler's Pharmacy has a full line of STAPLE Goods including Jewelry, Silverware, Toilet Articles, Books, Stationary, Etc. LIQUID VENEER LIQUID VENEER tii§ frest furniture polisli at CLARKE S FURNITURE STORE ^.-. Chas. Burkhart * EIGHfiORHOOD I ^ Happenings of Interest Gathered ^or tbe "Benefit of Oar "Readers. tmiS^mwvm&i^^^^^^^^i Michigan As Head. At the session of the Association of American Universities yesterday* the University of Michigan, yilth President Angell as its representative, was chosen to preside at the next meeting. There are no individual officers elected by the conference, but the universities are selected for the various offices, which are filled by their delegates. Harvard was made secretary. Papers were presented yesterday by Dean A. W. Small and Dean R. D. Salisbury of Chicago, and Pn sideut Remsen of Johns Hopkins. A committee was appointed to confer vvith the South American universities and to prepare a basis of co-operatio"ri on which students from those countries can enter American universities and also receive credits for work done in their home institutions. The next place of meeting was not- decided upon. The delegates were entertained at luncheon yesterday by Dr. Angell.— Tlnjes. Incorrectly Informed—? We are informed that a few days ago a farmer from 'Manchester brought a load of wheat to be ground at our mill. He was much disappointed in finding the mill closed, but one of outproduce dealers relieved him of his grain and a grocer supplied the necessary flour. Can't something be done to start tbe wheels revolving in this splendid mill? It will aid greatly in 1908 prosperity.—Grass Lake News. That seems strange. Someone must have misspoken, they certainly did not mean that anyone from Manchester or anywhere near here went away to get wheat ground because our Manchester mills have not only a great reputation for doing good work but there is a crowd of teams around the mill most of the time waiting for grists ta be ground and usually some are from Grass Lake way.—Mcinchpster Enter- to an outbreak of a mild case of smallpox, all ciunday services have also been discontinued. Albert Hosner of Ypsilanti, aged 10 years, mysteriously disappeared last Thursday and his whereabouts are unknown. It is feared that he has been enticed away by tramps. Miss Emma Lidice, a 12-year-old girl attending a school north of Ypsilanti, tells that as she was entering the schoolhouse she was frightened by three rough-looking tramps. They had broken into the teacher*;, desk and scattered her books and papers around the room aud yard. J. S. McGuire of Owosso, whose home was formerly on Main street, this city, aid who , was acting trainmaster of the Ann Arbor railroad wiih headquarters at Owosso, has resigned. Mr. McGuire will be succeeded by Eugene Frankenstein, formerly with the Toledo & Ohio Central "R. K , who will become division superintendent.— Times. 2l for- && ©3? JSSg p©i* dox E* H Cressy, Jewelsi? asacl Optician. / IT MADE A DIFFERENCE. Alj Right for Her to Get on the Car, But the Man! New Passenger Coaches. ■ The Grand Trunk R ilwny System have addad lo.ih-ir equipm-ini twenty beautiful nt-w ],u.->sbnger co-iohes of the most modern construction and coiivan ieuces. Tin- company are b^'ng commended by the traveling public for the exquisite worxrannship and the superior ao.-oram idalioiis !h-jy nff-ird the public. Tbe curs are exceedingly n^-at, spa clous srid in evety r.spept £nfj detail rqi*tde):o apd, firsUolass. The merest detail has been given the most careful consideration by the mechanical department of the Grand Trunk Railway System The managpm*?n*j hid hi view the Kccommodations of the i at- rons of the road and wanu d to afford them tne best possible.—Belleville En terprise. WANTED HICKORY BOLTS I will pay $15.00 per cord, cash, for good second growth Hickory Bolts, suitable for ax handles, delivered "at my mill. 6. W. DIOKINSOIST, , Ypsilanti, Michv The pvew Whitney Theatre of Ann Ajtjpp wijs opened last evening. t D,q.niel Spalding, the oldest citizen of Qijndee, di-'d ln'st week,-aged 94 years The milk deak-rs-vf Attn Arbor have raised the price of milk to t cents per quart. Col. John P. Kirk is the new mayor of Ypsilanti, to succeed the late -Dr. Van Fossen. Richard Johnson, a former YpsiHnti boy, has been elected president of the Detroit Butter and Egg .Board. i - "Col. H. S. Dean of Ann Arbor, has retired as a-je/ent of the U. of M. .after fourteen "years of .honorable service. . >' . *»-;._.. Stephen Pbo-iiac, a farmer living east of Milan, was sfrtiok .by a fa-t Wabash train Saturday and fatally in- JmYd W. K. Childs of Ann Arbor, has been afpnnted Hidrt-de a-trap on the staff of the national coinmmider of the G, A. R - ■_-■ » .v* Herman Hartwig Danser, editor of the Ann Arbor Washteniiw- Po<t, was found dead, in-bed Saturday morning, due to heart di-ea-e. - '" L. D. Coin, "a" veteran mail oari-ier of Ypsilanti, ".vas tn arly 'rozjin one day last week while wnndi'iing out scanty clad. "Sis. reenre-y i- doubtful All visitors have been forbidden at Jackson prison-for the -present owing* "I'll get on this car, or know the reason *why. I don't propose to stay here all night waiting for a -car that lias more xoom." And she did get on that car, too. She *was past middle age and she and her husband "were starting home irom Fairview park after a band concert. She weighed 200.i£-she weighed an ounce. "With the aid of her husband the '■large party" climbed into tne car arsd crowded past a man who insisted on holding the end seat. Then she sat down, half on the car seat- and half on the laps of two other passengers. It *was a real case of sardine ljO"S erowding. The car was full and the people were standing.between the seats. The big woman fumed and fussed a little in getting settled down aud by the* time the car started she was quiet. But a man who was standing on the running board took a notion that.he wanted to get inside the car, and he clambered up and stood between the seats, crowding against the woman. This' *was too much. She decided that it was an imposition. :"I never saw such outragemn crowding," she exclaimed. "Sos people have no manners at all, or they wouldn't crowd in like that. It's beastly, that's what it i***,"—Indianapolis News. A CARD This is to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund your money if Foley's Honey and Tar fails to cure your cough or cold. It stops the cough, heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold. Cures la grippe coughs and prevents pneumonia and consumption. Contains no "opiates. The genuine is in a yellow package. Refuge substitutes. O. G. Wheeler's Pharmacy. CJ .*&. S «37 <CS S2. T. J&„ . Benin thu -J?^ ^mi ^W ^ A'WajS Bo11^ Detroit 'Headquarters — fob m GRISWOLD HOUSE American plan,S2.50to 3.50 per day EUROPEAN PLAN,*31^00TO2.50 PER DAY CStn&ly modem and uptodate hotel, in the very heart of the retail shopping dis- tndt of Detroit, corner Griswold and Grand River Aves.. only one .blodr from. Woodward Ave. Jefferion, Third and Fourteenth cars pass by the house. When ycu /■visit Detroit stop *.at the Grawold House. *POSTAI. & x^TORBT, Props. ecanse 1. Stars are Electrically Welded to the strands forming a perfect union and an amalgamation with the strands not found iu any other fence. 2. All stay wires are made as heavy as intermediate line wires. A fence, like a chain, is only as strong as the lightest material in it. Think this oveivcarefully. 3. No wraps to get loose, to hold moisture and cause rust. 4. "So projections to injure stoek or tear wool from sheep. 5. Stronger at the joints than any other fence. Welded together with electricity. . 6. Guaranteed that the wire is not injured at the joints. Guaranteed adjustable to uneven ground. Guaranteed that stays will not separate from joints. Guaranteed all right in every partieular. Made by the most modern process and on the latest improyed machinery. 11. Most of the weak points in other fe'nces are on account of the tray the stays are fastened, Our stays are amalgamatdd with the strands by means of electricity and the strength of the fence increased a hundredfold over the strength of a fence where the stays are wrapped or clamped on the strands. You may pay more money for other fences but you cannot get as good a fence s.s "Pittsburgh Perfect." F„ D. 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|Title||1908-01-16; 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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