1908-11-26; Saline Observer
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Is. '"■".. le.' ^. A. J. WARREN. Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26- 1908. VOL. XXIX.-NO 7 TOY! (Three Stores) A cordial invitation is extended to all onr present Saline customers and friends (and tliere are many) and to all others who may not yet have found their way to ns, to call NEXT SATURDAY or any day after when in our city and look over what we think the largest and finest display of toy sin Washtenaw county at Detroit prices or less. TOYS TOYS Opening Next Saturday, November 28. Saline Savings Bank CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000 Stockholder's Liabilities, $50,000 Open an account with us and pay all your bills by check thereby obtaining receipt for every transaction. We furnish you with pass book ank check book and keep your account. Come iir and talk the matter over. MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED SECURITY. OFFICERS Charles Burkhart, Daniel uSissly, Arthur A. Wood, G. A. Lehman. W. T. Bradford, President 1st Vice President 2nd Vice President Cashier Auditor Estate of Catherine Roller. State of Michigan. County of "Washtenaw, ss. At a session of the Prohate Court for said County of Washtenaw, held at the Probate Office in the City of Ann arbor, on the 20th day of November, in the year one thousand nine hundred and eight. Present, Emory E. Leland, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the Estate of Catherine Poller deceased. Eugene Oesterliu administrator of said estate having filed In this court his final account, and praying that the same may be heard and allowed. It is ordered. That the 21st day of December next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon at said Probate Office be appointed for hearing said account. And it is further ordered, that a copy of this order be published three successive weeks previous to said time of hearing in the Saline Observer, a newspaper printed and circulating in said County of Washtenaw. Emory E. Leland (A true copy.) Judge of Probate, Dorcas C, Donegan. Register. 10 Case of "Snickers." The post offlce force, and a few others, hav had a genuine case of "sniekero" for several days past all because of a litule incident that came to pass List]Saturday. Thi.s. Brandt wbo is still a substitute rural mail carrier and has been making the route for several weeks, found his horse was a little off his feed, and in his dilemma, a co-worker in Uncle Sam's employ, came to the rescue by offering a spirited young colt that was in need ol more exercise. The proferred kindness was gladly accepted, and as the mail wagons lined up in front of the post offlce as usual Saturday morning, Mr. Brandt, anxious to try his new speeder, rustled his mail into his] sack, and was off. Having received assurances that the colt was all right, but needed careful watching in the case of meeting autos, threshing machines and was liable to shy and perform divers other little tricks, be sallied forth with not a few misgivings. With due precautions "he braced his feet squarely against the dash hoard, and wound the reins many times about his wrists. All went well. Returning at night, he was more than- jubilant over his success* as a driver, and was loud ia his praise of his speeder—"it was far and away the best traveler on the pike, etc., etc." Then it came to Mr. Brandt's ears that that "colt" that had behaved so decorously was one tbat had seen service for a score or more of years—he had taken the wrong horse and was, until then, blissfully unconscious of his mistake. Then somebody had the ha-ha's—but. we agreed not to say a word about that part.— Dundee Henorter. AFTER THANKSGIVING GOMES CHRISTMAS Watch this space for full announcement of my stock df Silverware, Jewelry, Fine Imitation Cut Glass, Hand-painted China, Etc. E. H- Cressy, Jeweler aiid Optician. Chas. Dietiker & Co. (Successors to A. c. CLARKE) Furniture, Undertaking Seven lears oi! Proof. "I have bad seven years of proof that Dr. King's New Discovery is the best medicine lo lake 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 Kow Discovery is the best remedy for coughs and colds, lagrippe, asthma, huy fever, bronchitis, hemorrhage of the lungs^ and tbe eariy stages of consumption. Its timely use always prevents the development of pneumonia. Sold under guarantee at O G. Wheel«r%i Pharmacy. 50c and §1 00 Trial bottle free. A Kind Audience. The tragedian had just returned from his tour and was greeted joyously by his friends at the club. "Well, Ranter, my boy," said Tomlinson, "I'm "glad to see you back. Haye a good trip?" "Fair," said Ranter. "Did you play my old town of Punx- atawney, Minnesota?" ."Yes," said Ranter. "What kind of an audience did you have?" "I don't know," said Ranter, "I didn't asli him for a reference as to his character, Dirt he "was a genial kind of a cuss and lent me ?2 to get out of town "with."—-Harper's Weekly. Dr. A. E. A. Mummery Physician-Surgeon At Dr. 'Shuford's old stand. Saline, Mieh. Real Live Ghost-? A real live ghost has been seen several times of late on Ypsilanti streets trying to score whom so ever it might. Last Sunday night, three men screwed their courage to the ticking point, and each reassured by the bravado of the other two, started out in quest of the so-called disembodied soul. - Iu the dead watches, the phantom appeared and the aforesaid would-be captors, hand in hand, tip-toed out of tbeir ambush. Presto! It had legs and tried to make for tbe tall timber! The meu were determined to get their money's worth out of the chase and so they too, sped on. The disguise of the "t,host" was lost in the scramble but rather than be caught by mortal man, rushed frantically on—"and still the villians pursued him." [n trying to hurdle a barbed wire fence Mr. Ghost became so completely entangled with the same that tbe most .of his few remaining garments huug in fluttering shreds from the wires. Tbo last heard from the spectre, it was going some, and for all wa know is going yet. The men carefully collected the pieces of cloth hanging to the fence and have since, by careful examination, found that It tallied in looks with clothes sometimes worn by a mortal living not a thousand miles from'town. We understand that these pieces aro heing kept as souvenirs.—Reporter. liead-On Collision. A terrible wreck occurred on the Ann Arbor railroad Saturday morning near Hamburg, when,., two freights came togethe- head ou. Tbe engineer and fireman of the oorth-bound were both instautly killed, and the fireman of the south-bound died from injuries. Itis unofficially stated that the dispatcher at OwOsso is to blame for the wreck, that he first gave north-bound Engine No. 45 orders- to meet southbound Extra No. IOT at Kirby, but afterwards annulled that order, giving No. 10T right-of-way of Hamhurg and failed to notify No. 45 of the change." and Picture Framing Subscribe for the To weak and ailing women, thera is ot least ono way" to help. But with that way, two treatments, must bo combined. One is local, one is constitutional, "but both are important, both essential. Dr. Shoop's Night Cure is the Local. Dr. Shoop's Restorative, the Constitutional. Theformer—Dr. Shoop's Night Cure—isatopical mucous membrane suppository remedy, while Dr. Shoop's Kestorative is wholly an internal treatment. The Restorative reaches throughout tha entire system, seeking the repair of all nerve, all tissue, and all blood ailments. Tho "Night Cure", as its name implies, does its work whilo you sleep. It soothes sore and inflamed mucous surfaces, heals local weaknesses and discharges, while the Restorative, eases jiervoua excitement, gives renewed vigor and ambition, builds up wasted tissues, bringing about renewed strength, vigor, and energy. Take Dr. Shoop's Restorative—Tablets or liquid—as a general tonio to the system. Por positive local help, use as well 0. C. WHEELER. Paper Balloon found. Michigan is breaking into the air ship business The first of the Week Prank Guerin found a paper balloon about two and one half miles east of Chelsea which bore a postal i-ark asking the finder to nil H out and return il idling whi*re it was foun'l. Thu balloon was sent up at Detroit July 4th and made a trip of more lhan Gfly miles — Chelsra. Standard. And we will sell you Good Goods at Bight Prices If you will come in, we will convince you that .we oan tit you from top to bottom. We sell Hoods and Boston Rubbers oao of tho . leading varieties. Also wo carry a full lino of Heavy Jackets tor men and boys. We still have a lot qf Men's and Boys' Clothing and a lot of Ha ta nd Caps which we sell at your own price. HOUR GKROGERY DEPARTMENT Fresh Cranberries 12o per qt. Malaga Grapes 20c per lb, These grapes are not the cheap'kind, they are the very best. Mixed Nuts 20c per lb. English Walnut 20c per lb. Brazils NutsJijQc.,p.er.J|b. ....,.. „„.„ „„..,.,,.. _^_ .„' Sweets Potatoes 5c per lb. In Groceries we carry the best we can buy! SALINE OG-QPEBATIVE CO PHONES6, If. you suffer from constipation and liver trouble BVley's Orino Lsxativo. will cure you permanently by stimulating lhe digestive organs so they will act naturally._ Foley's Orino Laxative doe-s not gripe,- is pleasant to take and you do not have, to take laxatives continually after inking Orino. Why continue lo b* tho slavu of pills and tablets. O. 0. 'Wheokr's Pharmacy. a, i^anerw'" IjOt 11 ■ •***&* ■ ros. Wheeler's Pharmacy 3ias a full line of ■a*?-'-- ,'yi.f- ., including Jewelry, Silv-ej&§are, Toilet Articles, Books, Stationary, Etc.
|Title||1908-11-26; 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.|