1908-07-16; Saline Observer
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.*-•>•■-*- "i**-*""' • "' - 'V'V,,*-,, A. J. Warren. Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1908. \ VOL. XXVni.-NO 40 f Saline Savings Bank CAPITAL $25,000 Nine men of sound judgment and ripe experience, direct our affairs. Chas. Burkhart Daniel Nissly Arthur A. Wood Geo. J. Feldkamp Gottlob Hertler Gottlieb C.Mann Frank Rose Webb E. DePuy Julius H. Feldkamp We pledge careful management, courteous treatment and respectfully solicit your business. OFFICERS Charles Burkhart, Daniel Nissly, Arthur A. Wood, G. A. Lehman, W. T. Bradford, President 1st Vice President 2nd Vice President Cashier Auditor NOTICE Gold Medal Chick Feed 2c per pound. Gold Medal Poultry Feed 2c per pound. Ground Corn and Oats Feed Si.60 per 100ft. Will sell same in ton lots lor §29.50. All kinds of feed always on hand, also Flour and Seed, Buckwheat, Millet and Hungarian.: O O A JLm We sell tbreshing coal at $3.75 per ton. Genuine Pocahontas at S4.25 delivered, or $4.00 and draw it yourself oft' the car. All sizes of hard coal on hand. Our prices oh Pocahontas Egg .coal will save you money and the quality of the coal is tho yery best that is mined. All prospective buyers of Pocahontas coal can get enough coal to try free of charge. Give us a chance to prove that we have the best in quality and the cheapest in price. cool BROS, mm go. Wheeler's Pharmacy has a full line of STAPLE Goods including ewelry, Silverware, Toilet Articles, Books, Stationary, Etc. ''Pittsburgh Perfect" Fences The Best Because 1. Stays]are 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 the 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 the joints than any other fence. Welded together with electricity. 6. Guaranteed that the wire is not injured at the joints. 7. Guaranteed adjustable to uneven ground. 8. Guaranteed that stays will not separate from joints. 9. Guaranteed all right in every particular. 10. Made by the most modern process and on the latest improyed machinery: 11. Most of the weak points in other fences arc on account of the Tay hei 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 whore the stays are wrapped or clamped on the strands. You may pay more nioney for other fences but you cannot get as good a fence ss "Pittsburgh Perfect," F. D. Ford, Agent Had A Pine Ride. The seven-year-old son of A. B. Walker created no end of excitement on Liberty street yesterday afternoon by driving off one of his father's livery rigs and not returning with it for several hours. The rig stood in front of the barn and the lad begged to drive it around the block and his father let him. He went, but wheu an hour passed by and he had not returned Mr. Walker hecame badly frightQfied and enlisted the aid of everyone on the street to search For the boy. After a three hours' hunt he was still missing but shortly was seen driving slowly up the street. He had been around the boulevard and was astonished that anyone should cfuestion his ability as a horseman,— Ann Arbor News. Washtenaw In Luck. The' fourth assistant postmaster general, who is at the head of the government rural delivery system, is notifying postmasters and highway commissioners in many sections of the state that unless the roads in those yicin- ities are immediately put in better condition no rural Carriers will be sent over them. This means that routes will be shortened or discontinued. Ann Arbor and Washtenaw county are very fortunate in this respect. Postmaster Prettyman has been requested to see that the roads in two or three sections are improved but no threats have been made of discontinuance. The roads in these few places are not ia bad condition and give little trouble except in the spring —Arin Arbor News. The Masonic orders of Ann Arbor, will picnic at Vandercook Lake July 23. Mrs. Phoebe M. Capron, a respected pioneer ot Grass Lake, died last week, aged 86 years. Tbe new §5,000 church organ at the Evangelical Bethlehem church of Ann Arbor, was dedicated Sunday. The Clinton postoffice was entered by hurglars at an early hour last week Wednesday morning, and thej" secured $116.23 in money and stamps. John W. Kern of Indiana, Democratic candidate for Vice President, owns Ann Arbor as his "Alma Mater," having graduated from the TJ. of M. in 1S69. Rev. A. C. Gray, pastor of the Ann Arhor Church of Christ, has resigned to accept the chair of Political Economy and Sociology of the<-college at Eureka, Illinois. Miss Clara Case, who has spent the past year at home in Ypsilanti and graduated in June from the TJ. of M., will return to Mexico in September tQ resume her missionary work. Fire wiped out the greater portion of the business section of the little town of Riga. The Blissfield and Adrian ffre departments were appealed to for aid, but Adrian arrived too late to he of any service. The loss is estimated at about $30,0i>0. Watch The Dogs. In the vicinity of Woodland and Lake Odessa pleuly of trouble is being caused by rabies. Cattle, hogs and other stock have been bitten by dogs. People have been using milk from cows and not knowing they were bitten have become inoculated with the drought and a number of the people have gone to the hospital at Ann Arbor for treatment. It stands every one in hand to be on the watch for dogs and as soon *<s auy display signs of sickness have them taken care of. —Vermontville Echo. The Beautiful Raisin. 't - iss=. ii The fad of rowing up the river in a boat and taking lunehcon in the cool shade of th'e beautiful trees that line its bank on either side has been indulged in by the young people of our village. But some of the. older people are coming to realize that the scenery is beautiful and besides, there are places where black bast and occasionally a pickerel can be caught, and that makes the attraction doubly good. —Manchester Enterprise. Another Kind of Guest. "Won't you please write in iny guest book?" said a woman to the friends she had entertained at dinner. And she brought out the treasured volume, with its record of hospitality. The names were inscribed. "Why, what's this?" said the modern Eve, as the pages were fluttered hefore the book was returned to its owner. "There are lots and lots of names in the back, and all in your handwriting, too." The hostess laughed. "Do you want to know "what these names are?" she asked. "Well, I suppose I might make a confession. They are names of guests, all right, hut of another kind. It's the list of the servants I have had since my housekeeping experiences began." Beware Of Drummers. Why a man will still hold a "loaded" cigar between his teeth after the pesky thing begins to "go off" is a question that even Mike Bobbins can't solve. But, If you'll, ask him he'll tell you the cause of that scared, help! help! expression that spread over his countenance as. the sparUs began to fly. Mike, beware of the cigar ottered by a "drummer."—Milan Leader. Sounded Funny to One. This was overheard on a Rockhill car: "They tell me old; Mrs. Courtney has heen taken to an asylum,'*' remarked the slender woman. "Not exactly," replied the stout woman. "You see she was getting old and childish so they took her to Dr. Blank's antiquarium."—Kansas City Times. J list Exactly Hight. "I have used Dr. King's New Life Pills for several years, and find them just exactly right," says Mr. A. A. Pelton of Harrisville, N. "ST. New Life Pills relieve without the least discomfort. Best remedy for constipation, biliousness and malaria. 25c at O. C. Wheeler's Pharmacy. Declares It False. "A body discovered in Saginaw bay5 with paper in pocket bearing name of J. P. Jones and buried on the shore. Please advertise," was the note received, by a Hudson paper. The wife of Jones, a farmer, who formerly lived near Pittsford. but disappeared last fall, says stories of his death have heen circulated before and she thinks the note is a hoax.—Ex. CASTORIA For Infests and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Another Argument, "What do you regard as the mos. important thing in favor of the theory that Mars is inhabited?" "The fact," answered the populai scientist, "that an article assuming that side of the question can be made three times as readable as one taking the opposite view." A Precious RQlic. "I presume you carry a memento oi some sort in that locket of yours?" "Precisely! It is a lock of my husband's hair." "But your husband is still alive," "Yes; but his hair is all gona-" The Hemedy That Does. "Dr, King's New Discovery is the remedy that does the healing, others promise but fail to perform," says Mrs. E. B,. Pierson of Auburn Centre, Pa. "It is curing me of throat and lung trouble of Jong standing, that other treatments relieved only temporarily. New Discovery is doing tne so much good that I feel confident its continued use for a reasonable length of time will restore me to perfect health." This renowned cough and cold remedy and throat and lung healer is sold at O. C. Wheeler's Pharmacy. 50c aud SI. Trial bottle free. All of the best prints 6c per yard. All Thread 5c per spool. All of our Muslin Underwear at cut prices and, by the way, we have a nice assortment. Our beautiful line of Shirt Waists at reduced prices. White Goods—We lead in White Dress Goods, a special discount on the full line. $5.00 Skirts at $3.90. A full line of Belts, Hosiery and Gloves. Ladies' Oxfords-All' our $2.25 and $2.50 Oxfords at $1.98. Shoes—The shoe business is an important feature we are bound to keep the quality and the price right. It is a pleasure to divide profits.: Groceries—Good quality, at only a small margin. Bindertwine—Trade well pleased and not a pound returned, and the price right. Salt—We have plenty at $1.00 per barrel. SALINE CO-OPERATIVE CO Burkhart Bros. "Saline Ball Team" % for 5c E. H. Cressy, Jeweler and Optician.
|Title||1908-07-16; 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;|
|Copyright Permission||This material is in the public domain.|