1908-11-12; Saline Observer
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I'^-V.**©*' k. J. Warren. Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1908. VOL. XXIX.—NO 5 Saline Savings Bank CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000 Stockholder's Liabilities, $50,000 Opea an account with us and pay all your bills by check thereby obtaining receipt for every transaction. We furnish you with pass book ante check book and keep your account. Come in* and talk the niat- ter over. MOSEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED SECURITY. OFFICERS Charles Burkhart, Daniel Kissly, Arthur A.. Wood, G. A. Lehman, W. T. Bradford, President 1st Vice President 2nd Vice President Cashier Auditor RFTER THMK8GIVING GOMES CHRISTMAS Watch this space for full announcement of my stock of Silverware, Jewelry, Fine Imitation Cut Glasjs, Hand-painted China, Etc. E. H. Cressy, Jowelei* and Qptician- A. C. CLA.RKE FURNITURE DEALER -AJtSTD FUNERAL DIRECTOR * "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, S. No wraps to get loose, to hold moisture .and cause rust. 4. No projections to injui'b stock or tear wool from sheep. 5. Stronger at the joints than any other fence. Welded together with electricity. 6. Guaranteed that tho wire is not injured at the joints. -^Guaranteed adjustable to uneven ground. Gwirinteod that stays will not separate from joints. Guaranteed all right in every particular. Made by the most modern process and on the latest improyed machinery. •*. 11. Most of the weak points in other fences aro on account of the way he itays are fastened. Our ttays 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 damped on the strands. You may pay more money for other fences but you cannot get as good a fence as "Pittsburgh Perfect." 7. 8. 9. 10. F. D. Ford, Agent s^s EIGHBOMOGl Happenings of Interest Gathered for tbe Tienefit of Oar "Readers. ff^fi^var^ Tecumseh Team Sold. The Tecumseh baseball team and' franchise was sold last Saturday, to Charles Wagner, the Iudian's second baseman and last season's manager. Mr. Wagner ha3 been in the field to purchase the team for some time. The price paid was $800. Wagner has already sola two of the players Pitcher Lagoe and Outfielder Streeter to the Kalamazoo club of the Southern Michigan League. With the sanction of the league management Wagner will moye the franchise from Teeumseh to some other city. Adrian is itching to go into league ball, but does not want to pay much for a fraccbise, so it is doubtful if the franchise will go there. —Clinton Local. Lost in the Forest fires, ' Joseph Hartwick qf JaGkson, with a party of hunters shooting ducks at Houghton lake, was a victim of the forest fires. While out on the lake Mr. Hartwick noticed some people on shore battling with the fire and trying to save Iheir property. He obligingly abandoned his sport and paddled his duck boat to the shore, leaving inside a quantity of marfch grass used as a screen, and a quantity of other belongings and enrolled with the Are fighters. He did not notice when a spark set fire to the grass in his boat, and most of his belongings were burned.—Ex. Oldest Daily Paper. One of the Oldest and most reliable daily papers of this state is the Adrian Times which celebrated its seventy- fourth anniversary last week. The Times was edited and managed by such men as R- W. Ingall, Tom Apple- gate, Capt. J Ii. Lee, all spier did newspaper men. It ig n w .conducted by Thos, Daily and Dewitt We^sell who for many years were with O'Donnell on the Jacli.-on Citizen. These men are careful and conservative aud the people of Lenawee county are giving them a liberal support.—Manchester Enterprise. , - Iron Ore Found. Iron ore has recently baen found cropping out on the farm of Louis Gram near Oakville in London township, by excavation. The "patch" ia said to be about sixi-ei-u rods in extent and is thought to be of considerable value, A quantity of the ore has been sent away for official testing, and nuch interest centers about the prob able outcome of ihe find.—Dundee Re porter. Rather an unusual si.%ht on the streets of Dexter Saturday morning was the appearance of Prof. Hobb, teacher of geology at the University of"Michig«n,"and about 200 of his class coming up the middle of the street. They came! to visit the hills surrounding the old Dexter homestead and to do a little studying from nature.—Ex. Forty new patients were received at the U. of" M. hospital one day this week. The number who have entered during the past year is 3,500. These figures would hardly indicate that it was difficult to secure material or that it would be necessary to remove to Detroit in order to get patients. Both of the hospitals are generally filled about to thelimit.—Aon Arbor News. *" Seven I ears of Proof. "I have had seven years of proof that Dr. King's New Discovery is the best medicine to take for coughs and colds and for every diseased condition of throat, chest or lungs," says W. V. Henry of Panama, Mo. The world has had thirty-eight years of proof that Dr. King's New*Discovery is the best remedy for coughs and colds, lagrippe, asthma, hay fever, bronchitis, hemorrhage or the lungs, and the early stages of consumption. Its timely use always prevents the development of pneumonia. Sold under guarantee at O. C. Wheeler's Pharmaey. 50c and $100. Trial bottle free. Winter blasts, causing pneumonia, pleurisy and consumption will soon be here. Cure your "cough now, and strengthen your lungs with Foley's Honey and Tar. Do not risk starting the winter with weak lungs, when Foley's Honey and Tar will cure the most obstinate coughs and colds, and prevent serious results. O. C. Wheeler's Pharmacy. Tbe merchants of Howell have adopted the union delivery system. Rev. J. M. Ke.r ridge," pastor af the M. E. church ai Dundee, di>>d very suddenly, October 30. Thos. Howlett of Unadilla township, sighted a deer passing through bis corn field one day week before last.'— Chelsea Standard," It is rumored that the Michigan Central will be equi pped with etectric ity for quick interurban service between Ann Arbor and Detroit.—Plymouth Mail. Wm. Bi Hatch of Ypsilanti, has bought the Ypsilantian and a controlling interest in the Ypsilanii Press, and the two papers will be merged into one paper. Mrs. &. Engel of Unadilla, 70 years old, is in a critical condiiion as the r - salt of mistaking carbolic acid for lina- ment a few days ago. Physicians are doubtful of her recovery owing to her advanced age.—Ex. Kinnear, the pumping station at the M. C. R. R. about one mile from Dexter which was totally destroyed by fire and two valuable engines badly damaged, is rebuilt aud is larger and mure commodious than ever.—Standard. The auditor-general has received from the warden of the state prison at Jackson $49,93479, which represents the amount received by tlie prison for the sale'of binder twine manufactured at the new plant, over and above the cost of the raw material used —Chelsea Standard. Irish Street Children. The Irish street children niust surely be to visitors the. most , surprising of all their institutions. In ready humor and in bright good humor, in an unquenchable spirit of playfulness, with the most diligent and painstaking attention to business, reinforced by lhe most surprising art of coaxing, these barefooted citizens give a daylong comedy. Sometimes they seem to embody and symbolize all Ireland, its gay poverty and its good humor in depressing circumstances. Bugs In Melons. The bugs that infest melons and squashes are a merciless horde. It is tedious to kill themo by hand and poisoning them is very unsatisfactory. Get a lot of empty strawberry boxes, tack gauze over them and in-, vert one- over each fair-sized melon; the bugs will have to stay away then. Sow More Radishes.' You can keep on sowing radishes until late in the season. As fast as one bed is emptied fix it up and plant more there; or, better yet, exchange the' next hatch of radishes with some other similar crop and there'll be more plant food for them in the new soil. If you suffer irom constipation and liver trouble Foley's Orino Laxative will cure you permanently by stimulating the digestive organs so they will act naturally. Foley's Orino Laxative does not gripe, is pleasant to take and you do not have to take laxatives continually after taking Orino. Why continue to be the slave of pills and tablets. O. C. Wheeler's Pharmacy. Dr. A. E. A. Mummery Physician-Surgeon At Dr. Sanford's old stand. Saline. Mich. WANTED—Success Magazine requires the services of a man in Saline to look after expiring subscriptions and to secure new business by means of special methods unusually effective; position permanent; prefer one with experience, but would consider any applicant with good natural qualifications; salary SI.60 per day, with com mission option. Address, with references, R C. Peacock, Rinra 102, Success Magazine Bldg , New York. FALL # WINTER We are "prepared to offer to our, trade one of-tha best lines of these coats that has ever; been shown, in this town. Coats lined with fur, Corduroy Coats, Heayy Coats and in fact all varieties and sizes. COm'e in and inspect them before buying. Everything that is needed in the line of GLOVES AND MITTENS botKfor ladies and gents. UNDERWEAR—Well stocked in this department, all grades and sizes obtainable. ■MAYER SHOES—We guarantee every pair of these shoes to wear, hold their shape and' giye entire satisfaction. Your money refunded, SATURDAY—20c Candy 15c per lb. Raisins 10c and 12e per lb. Dates 10c. Tigs 10c. Royal Garden Tea. Bour Art Coffee. Cranbeiries. . Celery. Sweet Potatoes, Bananas. Choice line-of Candies. 171bs Pure Cane Sugar SI.00. Kuno Blend Coffee 18c per lb. Bour Kobar Coffee the best 20c coffee on the market. ■ SALINE CO-OPERATIVE GO Jk. INTENT LOT Xj o ~s7%r & 11 Jackets Burkhart Bros. Wheeler's Pharmacy has a full line of STAPLE Goods including Jewelry, Silverware, Toilet Articles, Books, Stationary, Etc.
|Title||1908-11-12; 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.|