1908-04-23; Saline Observer
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"-• \ V!. A. J. WARKEN, Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1908. VOL. XXVmz-HfQ5t2& Spring prices pn all kinds' of Coal are in effect and we are ready to fill all orders promptly. We will be pleased to have a share of your orders and will do our best to giye satisfaction. Kindly call on- us before ordering. We are headquarters for all kinds of farm seeds. fi We have quite a quantity of nice seed barley for sale at reasonable price. COOL B10S. -QBAtt CO. Wheeler's Pharmacy lias a full line of including Jewelry,. Silverwear, Toilet Articles, Books, Stationary, Etc. Some People's Consciences Trouble Them and Need but this is not our case, we do 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," Boileq Cider, Cider Vinegar, all in excellent condition and nice, just what you want, try it, LOT OF NICE TILE, ALL SIZES, FOR SALE Saline Artificial Stone Co. .** r^ CHRISTIAN SCIENCE "DEMONSTRABLE RELIGION' A Lecture by Frank H. Leonard,' C. S, B. of Brooklyn, New York, Member of. the Christian Science Board of Lectureship of the First Church of Christ,, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts. 'Pittsburgh Perfect Fences The Best Because ' ' 1. Stays^aro Electrically Wolded to tbe strands forming a perfect union and an amalgamation with the strands not found in any other fence. ?. All stay wires are made as boa.vy as'.intermediate lino wires. A fence, like a chain, is only as strong as tho lightest material in it. Think this over carefully. _ **■ 3. No wraps to get loose, to hold moisture and cause rust. •i. No projections to injure stock or tear wool from -sheep. 5 Stronger at tho joints than any other fence. Welded together with electricity. 6. Guaranteed that tho wire is not injured at cho joints 7. 'Guaranteed adjustable to uneven ground. . 8. Guaranteed that stays will not separate from joiuts. 9. Guaranteed all right in every particular. 10 Made by the most modern process and on the Jatest improved, machinery. . 11. Most of the weak points in other fences aro on account of the -ray he stays are fastened. Onr stays are amalgamatdd with the strands bv ruean* nt electricity and the strength of the fenee,jnerrta*".e*l a hundredfold ovor the strength of a fence where the stays are wr.ipoed or clamped on the strands. You-niay pay more money for other fences but you cannot got as good a fence &s "Pittsburgh Perfect." F- p. Ford, Agent A very interesting and forceful led- ureon Christian Science was delivered in'the op«ra house Monday evening' by Mr. Frank H. Leonard, C. 3. B., of' Brooklyn, .New.York.. The lecturer was introduced by Mrs. Mary A. Boardman. C. S. B , of Ann Arbor, who said: "Ladies and Gentlemen— It is with pleasure that I welcome you in behalf of First Church of Christ, Scientist, of Saline, under, whose auspices this lecture' is given. The understanding that has come, to us through the power of Divine Love, was proven in its fullness by Christ Jesus, who instantaneously made manifest to all lhe result of spiritual law. ,H> healed the sick, cast out evil, opened the eyes of the blind, caused the deaf to hear and raised the dead, and gave this prnroi--*"; 'These sigus shall follow them that believe.' We have present with us this evening oue who can tell us of these signs following, Mr. Frank H. Lsonard, C. S. B-, of Brooklyn, N. Y., member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship of The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Uoston, Massachusetts, who is authorized to speak to you upon the subject of Christian Science." Ladies and Gentlemen: ■The Christian Science Board of Lectureship, of which I haye the lionor of being a member, has been organized and instituted, under the direction of Mrs. Eddy, for the purpose of affording those really desirous of knowing what Christian Science is, aud what it teaches and does for mankind, an opportunity to get this knowledge through an authorized channel.* 1 The work of this board is supremely educational, and is accomplishing the uplifting of mankind to a plane of thought whereon it finds it possible to accept God as heing Infinite Good, ■without making any reservation, either as to Himself oj- Hiss creation. Many people approach the study ol Christian Science, or demonstrable Christianity, with a feeling that, "while it may do aud has done much for some of their friends, it cannot do so for them because they lack any faith in it. For the benefit of the skeptical, I am going to tell you how absolutely without faith or even knowledge I was, when I first "went for a Christian Science treatment; ho*w absurd it seemed to me, and what it,did for me regardless of all this. l was horn *with an incurable organic disease, according to tlie physicians; and up to the time when Christian science was presented to me had never known a day of freedom from pain or suffering. I had taken medicine by the quart, the allopathic way, and by the attenuated hundredth part of a drop, the homeopathic way. and then alternated th'1 two ways, and lh,-it was eclectic, and the conclusion of the physicians was that dissolution was at bund. (Continued on Page 6) 'May jurors. Ann Arbor City— 1st ward—Emanuel Wagner. 2nd ward—Frank Eagen. 3rd ward—Henry Bobbins. <llh ward—Georg3 Ruthruff. oth ward—Henry Keedle. 6th ward.—George P. Coler. 7th ward—A. F. Berry. Ann-Arbor Town—Charles Braun. Augusta—Clare Williams. Bridgewater—Wilbur Hogan. Dexter—William Voorheis. Freedom—Michsel Schiller. David' Schneider. Lima—Charles Jenks. Lodi—Charles Lambarth. Li ndon—George Boyce. Manchester—Edward Dresselhouse. Northfield—Bernard Coyle. Pittsfield—George Miller. Salem—Harney Packard. Saline—Edward DePuy. dcio—August Gueyer. .Sharon—Lewis Ernst. Superior—John Forshee Sr. Syivan—L. C. Hayes. Webster—Thomas Quigg. York—Fred E. Reese. Ypsilanti Town—Eugene Childs. Ypsilanti City— 1st dist—J. B. Col van. 2nd dist—John Caplin. ^-9 <*> -C* Medical Men iiather. Ann Arbor has as its guests for today and tomorrow sixty or seventy scientific medical mon, eminent pathologists and bacteriologists, from the leading universities and colleges and the principal cities in the country, who are here lo attend the eighth annual meeting of the American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists, which conyened in the New Medical building this morning. Officers .for the ensuing year were elected at lhe banquet and these were announced to the members at- the first meeting this morning, as follows: President, Dr. H. C. Ernst of the Hirvard Medical College, Boston; vice president, Dr. Phillip Hanson Hiss of Columbia University, New York City; secretary, Dr. F. B. Mallory of Harvard University; treasurer, Dr. Herbert U. Williams of Buffalo, N. Y.; • representative of the"association on the committee of the Tri-ann-ial Congress, Dr. H. C. Ernst; alternate. Dr. Jr.mes Ewing of New York City, and Dr. E. Ii. LeCount of Chicago, member of the Association "Council.—Fridays' Times. «^ . A21. Accidently Stabbed. Sunday afternoon, whUe playing with some friends, Peter Youngs, the son of Frank Youug, who lives about three miles west of this village, met with an accident that nearly resulted falally. The boy was using a knife, and in the play started to run and bumped into a post, driving tbe blade imo bis abdomeu. Dr. J. T. Woods was called and made tbe sufferer as easy as possible, while he was hurried to thu hospital at Ann Arbor. Here the wound was enlarged so that it could b'e dressed properly and the internal bleeding stopped. Tt is now thought that the injun-d lad will get along nii'Oly, unless something unforeseen occurs.—Chelsea Standard-Herald ~"*\ Garden Seed We have.a complete line of good -1 fresh seeds. ■_ POTATOES-We are buying pota- ■ * toes, will pay 55c for good stock. ' ■ *'" Also.we have now early and late Seed Potatoes for sale. BAN AN AS-A special sale Saturday on Bananas at 15c per dozen, large size. CHICK FEED-We carry it in 1001b sacks, it's just the thing. :>:;^ For Saturday Special " Your choice of a crate of Chinaware - for 10c a piece. SALINE GO-OPERATIVE 00 New Idea loses two pioneers Selina Couch and A. Smart, Wasn't He? "I was named after George Washington." / A "I thought your name was Petei Paul?" "So it is; but- I was christened in 1S32, just a hundred years after.' — Judge. Ypsilaut de*tlh Mrs Collins. Goo. M. darken ot Ann Arbor, died Friday. He has lived in this county since 18-56. A large brick block at Wayne was burned last week., and is said tq be cf' incendiary origin. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Harkness of Tecumseh, osUbra'-ed thdir sixty-fifth wedding auniv-ersary April 20. Q'aeen City Hive, L. O. T. M. M., ot Ypsilanti celebrated their seventeenth anniversary last Thursday evening. Rev. T. D. Denman has resigned his pastorale at Chelsea, and roceived a' call lo the 3aptist church at Hudson. The deer shot by L. C. Johnson of Ann Arbor on his la=t northern trip, has been mounted and presented lo the Ann Arbor Elks. All Patterns 10 cents each AT Points of View. Her Admirer—Doris always keeps Lent so strictly. Her Female Friend—Yes, the resl is a good complexion cure, and the de_ votional, demurely saintly air is so be coming to her style.—Baltimore American. youi Shifted Responsibility. "What did you do with money?" "I tried to he careful,"sanswered Mr Sirus Barker. "I was too timid to in vest it myself, so I 'turned it over t*. other people and let them lose it." Has Historic Flag. Eben Appleton, of New York city, lias in possession the "star-spangled banner" which flew over Fort -MeHenry and ■ -Which inspired Francis Scotfr.Keyto the-composition of his national ode. It is his.intention at Tiis deatli to leave the flag to either one ol the national museums at Wasbingtor or the Massachusetts Historical museum at Boston.. O &. S ■***? "Q SS. X ^S5t«' Bears the -A ^B Ki!ui Ycl1 HaVB A,wa's BoUgft TCARBS a.-nice ones too, also a. fine -line- of Saline. Ann Arbor and Detroit view cards. • . . ressy, Jewel©!? amd, Optician**, :\ :\.// '< •'-' -"--'. .'M.-.:/'* •. - t; " *■*■.'
|Title||1908-04-23; 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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