1908-05-21; Saline Observer
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N f .^ A. J. WARREN, Editor, * ' SAMNJE, WASHTENAW GO., MICH., THUESDAY, MAY 2), .1908. VOL, XXVILL--NO 32 rn aai Oats Feei $30.00 per ton Give us your order for Goal We will sell hard coal for May delivery at $6.50 delivered, and "Pocahontas egg coal at $4.30 delivered. Satisfaction guaranteed. COOL BROS. GRAIN GO. Wheeler's Pharmacy lias a full line of STAPLE Goods including Jewelry, Silverware, Toilet Articles, Books, Stationary, Etc. SPBI35TG- OLIE-A^IiSrGh Is the time to wire your house, and what you will save from the absence of smoke and dirt by burning ELECTRIC LIGHTS will pay the small cost of wiring. Let us tell you how to install Electricity in your home and enjoy the • ideal illuminant that becomes- indispensably wheii once used. Washtenaw Light & Power Co, - Ypsilanti, Michigan n ^Pittsburgh Ferfeqt Fences The Best Because 1. Staysjare Electrically Welded to the strands forming a perfect union jftud an amalgamation with the strands not found in any other fenep. 2. All stay wires are made as heavy as interniedia^ Iin*?. wires. A fence, like a cjiaiii, is only as stuo-q*-**- as the lightest m^te*fial \n ip Th\nk this aye]: uairef u J|y. si}, ^o Tyapg tq geMo-QS?-tp hold maistuye and e*j*qse riis|. ' ' 4- IJo. pEqieetiqns to injuro sfqck of t*o$iv\y"qql fi*um $hee*n. § ^trrmger at the pints fhan a*t)y ofae\- f.ejie**). WeWecl tpgpthei*-* with plp.etpicity. g. Quasar)teed that the wire is not"iajared at the joints. Guaranteed adjustable to uneven ground, Qnar-vnteod that stays will not separata frotn joints*-. Giiai'^nt-eecl all pightin Gvery paBticiilaj;. Made by tlio most niodeim pvogags ithd an tbe Intgst imiivoyed ma-, oliinory. , , 11. Most of the weak points In other fences are on account of the way Jin stays are fastened, Onr stays a<*<-> amalgamatd*} with- the strands bv means of electricity and the strength qf tlio fence . iqg&eH'fqc] ilhvmdre4fo,4 QV9F the strength cf a fence where the stays are wn-fcpoed or elaniped qn the strands. You may pay. more money" for other fencqs- bijfc yqu gannqt gpt*. ^5 goad a fencg a,g' "Eitt-sburgh Perfeg^." ' "■"'■' a. .9-' 10 F'.'D. Ford, Agent ubseribe tor the OBSE To Write Orders. Railroad Commissioners Glasgow, Dickinson and Scully decided Friday afternoon, afier examining Into tfie causes of the Ypsi-Ann wreck that, a meeting of interurban traction companies in this state will be called for the purpose of devising a better dis patching system. 'Tt Seems to me that the train dis^ patching system should be applied to interurban lines," said Commissioner jJickin3on. "Considerable use. could be made of the block signal devices. But weViall give the interested parties a hearing. It may be that they can convince the commission that, the system now used by the D. TJ. R-. is better. "With my many years of train experience, I feel satisfied that written orders arg the only safe method. The man in Charge of a car should have more than his memory, lo depend on. Xhe Ypsi-Ann accidont was due to the motorman going past the meeting place. Every means should be used to prevent a recurrence of this. "The purpose of the meeting was to learn what charges should be made in the dispatching and signal systems of the interurban lines. It has »ot been decided when the interurban companies will be asked to meet.1'—Chelsea Standard-Herald. Through Service. It was stated sometime ago that the Michigan Central was about to establish a through train service between Detroit and Indianapolis. If this is done, we presume that the trains, will pass through here, for we know of no shorter route than -via the Hillsdale branch and the various lines between the tro cities are owned by practically the same people.—Manchester Enterprise. An Unique Monument. The Pioneer society of Tecumseh, have discovered a very interesting relic on the farm of Wm. Eccle?. It is a large boulder which the first settlers found in 1824. They were looking for a mill stone while they had the first grist mill under construction, and tried to split "off a piece from the boUlder for tbat purpose, but they found one more easily handled and iibandoned that one. The iron wedge and drill holes are still in the stone, "just as it was left by Brown, Evans t& Co., S4 years ago. It is this boulder 'the society propose to move to the new parkin Tecumseh and mark and dedicate to the first white settlers, June 1. -—Adrian Times. Clinton will have a matinee June 28^ John K. Gates of Chelsea, died May 7, aged S8 years. Manchester schools are closed on account of scarlet fever. W. W. Whaley, one of the highly respected pioneer residents of .Milan, died last week, aged 73 years. Twenty Free Trips Down The St. Lawrence River. 'The Detroit Free Press will take twenty young women on this beautiful trip, which will, cover a period of twelve days, and pay all expenses from the time tne party leaves Detroit, August 25, until they return, September 6. You can make this trip if you wish to. For full particulars see a copy of The Free Press or write them direct. Address Tour to Quebec Dept. Free Press, Detroit, Mich. It Reached The Spot. Mr. E. Humphrey, who owns'a large general store at Omega, O., and is president of the Adams County Telephone Co., as well as of the Home Telephone Co., of Pike County, O., says of Dr. King's New Discovery: "It saved my life once. "At- vleast I think it did It seemed to reach the spot—the Very seat of my cough,— when everything else failed.5' Dr. King's New Discovery not only, reaches the cough spot; it heals .the sore spots and the weak spots in throat, lungs and chest. Sold under guarantee at O. C. Wheeler's Pharmacy. 50a and £1-00. Trial bottle free.- freak Of Nature. 'A. freak of nature in the form oi a double headed lamb was discovered by Dan Fiynn of this place when he went into his sheep pen Monday morning. The ewe had given birth tc twin lambs one ot them bearing two psrfectly formed heads and when Mr. Flynti entered tho pen the lamb" began lo bleat with both mouths. The mother ewe refused to own his offspring and kept her distance and before the freak oould ha provided vvith proper nourishment it died. An examination disclosed that all of the organs were pet- fectly formed.—Morriee cor. Xiivings.-- ton Democrat. Bad Air "Breath of Death." . .. "Foul air from improper ventilation is the breath of death in any great city. While poor food is causing one death improper ventilation is reaping a harvest of 1,000 lives. Nor is this ratio confined to the slums." * . In these words W. A. Evans of Chicago, commissioner of health, expressed his belief that the atmosphere of many houses" is charged with a more deadly poison than impure food. "In strict figures consumption and pneumonia have the greatest deatli rates in our city, in almost every case of these diseases the primary cause is the breathing of foul air," lie said. It Was "Pie Plant." One of our prominent business men vyas driving through the country the other day and discovered what he thought vfa,s a pie-plant growing near a vacfttitj farffl house. He produced 11 spade and sepuj.'ed a number of fine roots and was presenting them t) his friends about $he town after he had set out a good supply himself. You can judge of his surprisp. when one of his neighbors informed him that "the roots were burdook and not. pie-plant. You oail't tell what a fellow will do when he is in love anyway.—Belleville Enterprise. .Student Drowns., Edffin jj\ Stevison, a freshman engineer student of the U. 61. M., was drowned at* Whitmore Like last week while sailing. ' In company wit-}i another student, he, went to the lake and secured.a boat and, while standing up in the boht, fell over backward iuto the water. His companion went^to his rescue und narrowly escaped drowning, it being with difficulty that he .was able to free himself from \fae drowning man Is clutches, —: —">,<I*:-^K.-- ||er Jiftfld this man could not get, * His health was not as it should "be, He had not used the "best as yet,'-*- Hollister's Rocky Mountain Te£*j. Chronic Constipation Cured.- Qne who suffers from chronic constipation is in dauger of many serious ailments. Foley's Orino Laxative cures chronic constipation as it aids digestion and stimulates the liver and bowels, restoring the natural action of these organs. Gommsice takiug it to- pay and you will feel better at once. Foley's Orino Laxative does not nauseate or gripe and is pleasant to take. Refuse substitutes. O. C. Wheeler's Pharmacy. GINGHAMS We will sell all the high grade ginghams, until further notice, at 12c per yard. These are the regularSc values. WHITE DRESS GO ODS-Our stock is complete with many beautiful patterns to select from. MUSLIN UNDERWEAR-The season is here and we are well stoekevd. SHOES AND OXFORDS~In men's and ladies' wear. We ask for your shoe trade, we guarantee satisfaction. SUITS—In men's and boys'' suits, do not forget that we can save you on this line, from 50 to 100 boys suits at [half price, good up-to-date suits. Come in and see them. GROCERIES—We have a large grocery trade and buy every week> so our goods are always fresh and good. ' *~ MUSIC FOR SATURDAY~-We will haye several new pieces in vocal and instrumental, we invite you in to hear them played. This music will be on sale all the time. SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY-A cream candy at 10c per lb. SALINE CO-OPERATIVE CO '*$4 ay B4: 5 dozen of fh@famous OROSIS v .z. - BLACK UNDERWEAR 79c each, $1.00 values RTS j Washingtonians Not Curious. Very often in Washington during the season there are elaborate weddings at the fashionable churcbes. In other cities, New* Tork, for example, squads of police bave been detailed to keep back the curious women who huddle in front of tlie churches when these notable weddings are scheduled, for the purpose of catching a view of the bride's and bridesmaids' raiment • Washington women don't go* near the churches at such times. There is never any bother "ttrith crowds infront of tke churches. When the "bride and her women are in the very act of stepping from their carriages * at a big wedding even the darkies onthe streei scarcely pause to bave a look,. * l\ isn't that rubbering is one of the seven deadly sins in*that town* any niore than it is anywhere else. They "simply don't care in Washington; that's "all. .- ,5erio*uslj',iionestl.v"'Hoirro'rt"Splve will cure this -h.eult'a-aestroyire so-eaUed "incurable", disease. 25 & 50c All druggists-. HermitKciaedy Co., Chicago. my -windows and see a snap. Gold •.Filled warranteed Glasses for* only $1.50. Gome and see .them. ■ -E- H Cressy, r; Jeweler and, ©pticiaia.
|Title||1908-05-21; 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;|
|Copyright Permission||This material is in the public domain.|