1908-04-02; Saline Observer
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HE OBSERV A. J. Warken, Editor. SALINE, WASHTE^iw C(X, MICH., THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1908. VOL. XXVIII.—Nom Wheeler's Pharmacy has a full line of. STAPLE Goods including Jeweiry, Silverwear, Toilet-' Articles, Books, Stationary, Etc. S-^me People's Consciences Trouble Them and Nee& Ai- Itlit tbisiisvaot oiar case, we d©= grinding of all kinds, AXES, PLOW POINTS, saws gummed and filed to your own satisfaction. Come and'see. Also for sale a quantity of Cider Jelly ^ Boiled Cider, Cider Vinegar, all in excellent condition and nice, just what you want, try it. LOT OF NICE TILE, ALL £IZES, FOR SALE Saline Artificial Stone Co. auntfal statement of the Township of Salite for tne year ending March 24,1908. The Attractiveness of a Retail Store Depends largely on the lighting installation. ELECTRIC LIGHT is the perfect illuminant for store lighting worth its cost in advertising value only. Let us figure with you. Washtenaw Light & Power Co, Ypsilanti, Michigan Contingent Ftrnd. Bafjm hand March 26,1907 ifafitisit iar recount totk Tax tfc Taxis ess of ifoll Total Paid out:— Wood- O. Ci Wheeler, salary X fi. Wallace •i-red Burkhart, salary Returned Taxes April Election ,2 Board Meetings printing and Supplies ;fiticOunt ■fohri Lutz, salary Chris Kenz, salary Decoration Expenses School Inspectors "John Gordon, viewing sheep Board of Review August Election September Election John Lutz, Salary O. O. Wheeler, Salary John Lutz, Salary Error in Tax Roll BaLon hand March 24,1908 Total Highway and Delinquent Rec'd from Tax Roll Paid out:— Overdraft Cemeut Stone Team Work Hardware and Pence Plank Tile Bridges and Culverts Labor Bal on hand March *24, 1908 Total Poor Fund. Bal on hand March 26, 1907 Rec'd from Tax Roll $59S.09 10.00 600.00 16.01 17.75 "Pittsburgh Perfect" Fences The Best Because I. Stays^ate Electrically Welded to the strands forming a perfect union and an amalgamation with the strands not found in 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 tho lightest material in it. Think tbis oyer carefully. 8.. Ho wraps to get loose, to hold moisture and cause rust. 4. No projections to injure stock 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. 7. Guarantee 1 adjustable to uneven ground. 8. Guaranteed that stays will not separate froni joints. 9. Guaranteed all right iu every particular. 10. Made by the most modern process and on tho latest jmproyed machinery. II. Most of the weak points in other fences are on account of the «vay he 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 as "Pittsburgh Perfect." F. D. Ford, Agent $1241.85 $ 4 50 61.76 15 00 27 70 40 38 45.00 6.00 13.25 7.50 15.00 S.QO 15.00 6.00 2.00 1200 25.00 23.00 100.00 60.00 100.00 1 10.95 643.81 $1241.85 Highway. $1282.66 $ 32.70 92.84 38.00 100 00 24.10 138.83 137.18 331.13 350.93 36.95 $1282.66 $177.11 100.00 Total $277.11 Paid out:— To D. Nissly $ 48.t)0 Groceries and Provisions 3.30 Wood 14.50 Transportation 3.00 Bal on hand March 24,190S 208.31 Paid out:— Por Gravol ' Bal on hand March 24,1908 Total Scraper Fund. - Bal on hand Match 26,1907 Paid out;— Por Repairs Bal on hand March 24,1908 Total Dog Fund. Bal on hand March 26,1907 Rec'd from Tax Roll Total Paid out:— School Distr.'cts Bal on hand March 24, 1908 Total Library Fund. Bal on hand March 26, 1907 Rec'd from County Treasurer Total Paid out:— To School Districts Bal on hand March 24,1908 Total Bounty Fund. Bal on hand March 26, 1907 Rec'd from Tax Roll Overdraft $458.62 194.96 $653.58 $35.09 .70 34.34 $35.09 $197.00 108.00 $305.00 S 97.00 208.00 $305.00 $28.38 40.77 $69.15 $55.71 13.44 69.15 $ 53.69 100.00 19 36 Total Paid out:- On Orders Total Gravel Fund. Bal on hand March 26, 1907 Rec'd from Tax Roll Total $277.11 $153.58 500.00 School Fund. Bal on hand District No. 3 " " " 9 " " 10 (i It U 19 Total Recapitulation. Amt in Contingent Fund " " Del Highway and Highway Funds '* " Poor Fund " " Gravel Fund " " Scraper Fund " " Dog Fund " " Library Fund " " Schools Funds Total Bounty overdraft $173.05 ( $173 05 $1S0.80 - 95.20 112.25 137.S0 '30 132.65 $653.98 $643.81 36.95 208.31 194.96 34.34 208.00 13.44 65S.9S £1998.79 19.36 $653.58 Total Amt in Treasury $1979.43 We, the undersigned, do hereby certify that tbe foregoing annual statement is true and correct according to our best knowledge and belief and that the same is hereby made by order of the township board of the Township of Saline; .Tohn Lutz, Supervisor O. C. Wheeler, Clerk MONOPOLY IN HUMMING BIRDS. Amarlca Is the Only Continent Where They Are Found. Though the art museums of Europe may have some treasures of which America cannot boast, our continent has the distinction of a monopoly of the world's supply of humming birds, the ferns of all the feathered creation. Qf these there are'^said to be some 468 species—the 400 *we may well call them!—nearly all of which are peculiar to the tropical regions. Only 18 cross the borders of the United States from Mexico, and occur only in our southwestern states. The popular Idea is that the hummer lives only on honey, gathered from flowers. This is a mistake. The bird does secure some honey, hut its food consists mainly of the small insects which frequent the flowers. Some of these insects are injurious to the blossom, and the tiny birds fulfills a useful function in destroying them. That the hummer is insectivorous is also shown by its habit of catching tiny insects on the wing, which is occasionally observed.—From "Experi- «mces with Humming Birds," by H. K. Job, in The Outing Magazine. EONEYi can n-Ber.rnpamourSKWIIniorwot^, rapidly und honorably, by t>-w» ol eitbiT r#ex, young or old, aud iu thcii ownloralitifs.wliercvcrtlicyliTi-.Aiiv - - - - - — - one can do tbe work. Eatv to Irani •Ve famish everything. Vt'e start you. Xo risX. You can devott /our »p*»r! moments, or all your lime to the work. This is nn eurirely nevr lend,and brings irQti-d>Tfiil Buccfiw to even-« nrk..r Ucpnner* are earning frojo. fin \a #SO perweek ond'npviitrdE, uiu mon: afters l[\t\a experience, iv* can fbnmh jou tbe em- il.»yment afl*4 teach jou FKKE. No ypuce to explain here. Fuj; • fonpattofl Vn$K' TTRXJ13 •»• ■■IIO.*. ''J'lUiTA. ttAl-SF ILK COATS We have received a nice line of Silk Coats, ladies will find these of splendid quality and best style. We will show these Saturday. Also a large line in Misses Spring Goats. Thess are very pretty and neat, price from .$3.25 to $5.00. Also a new line of Skirts, our sale on these are heavy. We divide the profits with you. We invite the ladies to call in and inspect these goods. SALINE CO-OPERATIVE CO FANCY POST a nice ones too, also a fine line of Saline view cards. E- H Cressy, Jewel-si? asad, Optician, SS-^IEt.ZI^rGr 1908 Subscribe for the OBSERVER Avuncular Advice. Anxious Mother—O, John, I'm afraid baby has the whooping cough! What ought I to .do? Bachelor Brother—-Let him whoop, Miranda. Do you want to take away the only amuwment the little fellow has? Those Pear Friends. Nan—I could wear as small a shoe as you do If 1 wanted to. Fat—Tea, dear—it you wanted to tag~» chloroform. Eagle Shirts from Loom to Wearer $1.00 to &2.50. Fine line of Negligee Shirts at 50c and 75c. All the Spring Styles of Hats. Full line of ExTRAG-OOD Children's Clothing. All kinds of Underwear, union and two piece. STAEBLER & WUERTH 211 S. JS/Leb±JOL Si3. Ann _A_jE?~bo:c :%z,. ....yi:.,.
|Title||1908-04-02; 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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