1909-01-14; Saline Observer
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' '-CS^.-f A v .''- i,' • £*- ' \ t iii-.yj .4: IH-aH-a-nf^ '4 * . Ill II III III "l%<l>'l>*»l'i5^*;^»Wl »' 'uaaj.1' i. ^.etZjSSESSTSnSS* 7 TT '■•'IW'"l-41l»ll*a*1JW*1yiJljW| I '* " -,<- s ^iawt.-awiii^*,i.tsis'w.ijjs?»g^^i^iiyji^i^uaMj^jiMig j»*iiji'i4*«^i I VER. A. J. Warren, Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THTJKSDAY, JANUAKY 14, 1909. VOL. XXIX.-NO U «* SALINE SAVINGS BANK CAPITAL, $25,000.... ,t. .. STOCKHOLDERS' LIABILITIES, $50,000. ■ A bank managed by a Board of nine Directors who DIRECT and know what is being done. A bank operating under the Laws of the State of Michigan, and ' regularly examined by the State Banking Department. A bank whose FIFTY-SEVEN stockholders, with two exceptions are residents ot SALINE'and vicinity. . , A bank whose ofiicers give ADEQUATE BONDS for the funds tlrey handle. A bank whose Board'of Directors appoint and employ an EXPERT AUDITOR to make thorough examinations ol its hooks. We offer Superior advantages to Commercial .Depositors. We loan money on approved security. We pay THREE per cent; on Savings Deposits. VVe issue attractive Certificates of Deposit. " We have modern SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES To Rent. We represent a number of the LARGEST and BEST Insurance Companies,. Our Customer's ROOM, is always open to" the PUBLIC. Charles Burkhart, President Daniel Nissly, Vice President " Geo. A. Lehman. Cashier Arthur A*. Wood, 2nd Nice Pras. W. T. Bradford, Auditor ^-MS=sas-^b.*piK.EJ01,OK.S**^SSsnB«—< Chas. Burkhart Geo. J. Feldkamp, Daniel Nissly Gottlieb Hertler Julius Feldkamp Webb DePuy \ Frank Rose Arthur A. Wood G. C. Mann Wheeler's Pharmacy has a full line of STAPLE Goods including Jewelry, Silverware, Toilet Articles, Books, Stationary, Etc. School Notes. Helen Hanoy otarted in the eighth grade last Monday." Eri.vin Birkl« is absent from school becau-*H of chicken pox. .Arthur Nistly . visited^ the . First Graram-ti- last Monday ancl Tuesday. Mis* Emma Helber of Ann "Arbor, visited the high school ri>om last Monday. Mj=s Lillian Sanford and Mi-is Tree yU-ili-d ilit* Second Hriiuury Thursday hfternonn Dwijrht Finney entered the fourib grade last Mond-iy, and Gladys' Haiiey the secoad grade. T.he Sopbom'ore cias-A.are just entering upon the subject .of simultaneous quadratic equations. -"' \ '; The Geometry class are just finishing a list of. original-, exercises, in which they have been,-very inu3h interested. The Freshman class is going lo begin the study of ScotVs "Lady of the Lake" this :week. They have finished ''Ivanhoe" and this poem will be a yery interesting one to follow ibe novel. The Physics class ar6 just completing the subjects of mechanic* and .will soon take up the subject of sound. Tbe students are very much interested in their laboratory work, having completed between thirteen and fifteen experiments.. We had some visitors in" some of the high school classes .Friday.afternoon. It encburagde'^the pupils and the teachers when you come. Do upfc keep putting it off, but all you who are interested in us, come and see pur wqi-Jf'and see qs working* ' The lardy marks In the high school wepe more last month in proportion than they were in the grades. What is the matter with our pupils? They are not slow at many things and we wonder if it will not be psssible for them to hurry a little faster, and everyone of them be at their place of business on time. The management of the Lecture Course met with a very great disip- poimmem ou la»t Thursday evening when the Orphean Club hilled to kf ep their date. They were snow bound tn Wisconsin causing them to miss their connections in Chicago. However we hope,to have th_e. glensflre of, hearing them at some future 'tiin-*. PASTE MADE FROM PEACHES. Delicious for Sandwiches or Used as a Breakfast Dish, „ ,' i In the south they make- a sweet paste out of peaches that is quite palatable, says a -writer in the Philadelphia Ledger. * -. - A peck of ripe peaches are used, which are peeled and mashed. The pulp is then pressed through a coarse sieve. To four quarts of this pulp is allowed one pint of brown sugar. It is mixed well, then cooked for about two minutes. It should be stirred all the time it is cooking. It is spread on plates and put out in the sun to dry. It should be left out for about three days, taken in at sundown, and put out early in the morning. . When it looks like leather and lifts up easily froin the plate when a knift is put under it, it is done. It is~ dusted with white sugar and put away for future use. It is delicious between thin slices of white bread for sandwiches,' and is also eaten with hot rolls in the morning. . Rank Foolishness. "When attacked by a cough or a cold, or when your throat is sore, it is rank foolishness to take any other medicine than Dr. King's New Discovery," says C. O. Eldridge," of Empire, Ga. "I have used New Discovery seven years and I know it is the best remedy on earth for coughs and colds, croup, and all throat and lung trouble. My children are subject to croup, but New Discovery quickly cures every attack." Known the world over as th" King of throat and lung remedies. Sold under guarantee at O. C. Wheeler's Pharmacy, 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free.- RHEUMATISM LUMBAGO, SGIATICA, HEITCALGIA, K.DHEY TROUBLES, 0ATARRH, ASTHMA and KINDRED DISEASES GIVES QUICK RELIEF Applied externally it affords almost instant; relief from pain, while pennant ent results are fc'elpjf effected by talcing - it internally, purifying tbfl blood, dissolving tne poisonous substantia and removing it from the system. OR. C. L. GATES llnncock, Minn., wrlteai "A little Klrl bere bad Bncho. woakbact can-iKl by lUieamatism and Kidney Trouble ttuit bUo eoald not stand on ber feet. Tbe . iimmenctbey put ber down on tho floor Bhe * woulil scream wltb pains. I treated berwjth. "SUHorS" and today she runs around as well and happy as can bo. I prescribe "a-DROPS" lor my patients and melt In my practice.", TEST "5-DROPS" FREE It yoa aw suflerine -with Bheumatiam. Lumbago, Sciatica, Neuralgia. Kidney Trouble or any kindred, disease, write to us for a trial bottle ot "o-DBOPS." "5-DROPS" is entirely free from opium, eocaine.morphine, alcohol, laudanum and other similar ingredients. Large Sin BottU "S.D80PS" (300 Oesu*t $1.00. For Sal* bl Drut«I«U. SWAHSQN RHEUMATIC CURE GOMPArtt Dept. «0. iT4.Lak* Street Chleaio Stuffed Eggs. Boil eggs ten minutes, remove shells, cut in halves. Put yolks into a bowl and mash with a fork until; perfectly smooth. Add a small piece of butter for each egg and -work until "creamy, then add salt and white*, pepper to taste, a dash of Worcestershire sauce, a tumblerful of onion juice and a tablespoonful or two of cream.,Last of all add some finely chopped parsley. Fill the -whites, arrange the eggs'in a nest of lettuce leaves, and -when ready to serve cover with mayonnaise dressing made as follows: Put the yolks of two eggs .into a cold bowl; beat lightly, add a salt- spoonful of salt, a teaspoonful of made mustard, a dash of cayenne' pepper, and then add some olive oil, slowly, drop by drop, and thin -with" the juice of one lemon. Last of all fold in the whites of one egg beaten to a stiff- froth. Two eggs will hold a pint of- I oil, provided a little vinegar is added ' now and then. ' The Ball Game. The Backet" Bill learn of our high scbool went to Ann* Arbor Friday ex pecting to play » gHin« wi*h the Y, M. C. A. team. But upon retiebiiig the Y. M. C. A. building, only one of that team proved true lo the nppoiniment. The captain endeavored to explain satisfactorily to our team the reason of their absence. Their m'anager, he says, had not notified them of the com ing game with Saline, but it is th". general opinion of our boys that, because of their overwhelming defeat of two weeks ago, they were somewhat timid ol again opposing the -Suli'-e team. Because, of their failure in ap- pe*" ring, ihe g-uiie was forfeited as" a victory for our boys and they are u w .boasting that it whs the most easily won game lhat tliey have h»d. the pleasure of winning. PAIN -, Pain in the head—pain anywhere, has its-cause. Pain is congestion, pain is blood pressure—nothing else usually. At least, so says Dr. Shoop, and to prove it he has created a little pink tablet. That tablet—called Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablet— coaxes blood pressure away from pain centers. Its effectis charming, pleasingly delightful. Gently, though safely, it surely equalizes the blood circulation. « If you have a headache, it's blood pressure. If it's painful periods with women, same. ca"usfc If you are sleepless, restless; nervous, it's Mood congestion—blood pressure. That "Sorely is a certainty, for Dr. Shoop's HeadaCHe tablets stop; it in 20 minutes, and the tabteK'Simply. distribute, the unnatural blcHjdpressiire. ' ' -■ Bruise your, finger,'and doesn't it get red, and ■well, and $tfh Sou? Of course it does*Itf s con- festian''blood pressure. You'llfind it where pain fr--always. It's simply Common Sense. ■We sell at 25 cents, and cheerfully recorajneM Br, Shoop's Headacno •'• Tablets 0. C. WHEELER. For FlatirorTs. -Who has not "been vexed to the point of desperation by flatirons that . are rough and stick to the starch? ■ Try this, and ironing day- will have • no terrors. Take a heavy rsper qf. piece of canvas er duck and sprinkle on it half a teaspoonful of powdered ' pumice stone, add to it a piece of clean ' lard the size of a hazelnut and rub the • iron over this, wiping it off afterward with a soft cloth. This will remove ^rust from irons also. A Religious Author's Statement. For several years I was afflicted with kidney trouble and last winter I was suddenly stricken with a severe pain Id my kidneys and was confined- lo bed eight days unable to get up without assistance. My urine contained a thick white sediment and I passed same frequently day and night. I commenced taking Foley's Kidney Remedy, and the pain gradually abated and finally ceased and. my urine became normal. I cheerfully recom mend Foley's Kidney Remedy. O. C. Wheeler's Pharmacy. Toastmaster's Qui), The toast club last Friday wns in every way a decided success. Jt was evident lhat. lhe tfiastmanpr, CJi-oxge Miller, worked fl}Hgpi]Ujj|ftn.' hi*- pu't as well a$ did j,bp pupils^hfi^jok part. Every paper was woU-'v^^jfeii^iud delivered aqd proved lnstr0ulive.*HB vje]l as interesting. There were a^ fe^w'-'w-.j.j ilore, though the ' number '.fej|&f4i*i-. 6hortofoiir i-xpectationi!. ^'*i^^Si^ serves as oneway to draw visfEfe^-pite -■, -"*^i*-~,? our school and .we nil hope thm »'v->rj: one will grasp every -opportunity nf forded them t,nd inspect our work both in the "club and in evt-ry day school work. PROGRAMr" Song hy the School: "The City of Rome," . Lui-i.l*o'<o-*t* Solo, Rjih'iSv.HfJi '.'Benefits of Rome inour ** *' Civiliznion,,: Uel.n Finch Solo, Hnz<-1 Morris "Justification of Lntin in our high school," Kermtin'Clements Piano Solo, . - Helen Finch "Sketch of Poet Bonn--*- and a. Latin poem,? . Luella Kyte Solo, " Grace Mattison* "Roman Mythology," ""Br»rnice Davenport "The Roman Youth," Esther Fairbank Song by the. School UBBERSi M kt We still continue the sale of Cotton Goods. .'. You -will find good bargains while they last. Full line of Groceries, Canned Goods, Fruit and Candies. We have the agency for SAM Hetjsel's Baked Goods. Butternut Bread. "Rye Bread. Brown Bread. Fried Cakes. Cookies, SALINE CO-OPERATIVE CO PHOH1S QS Church Items. Standard "Tina.© • BAPTIST Rev. John F.'Treo, Pastor. lu:0u a. m. Preaching Service. 11:15 Sunday School. 5:30 B. Y.. P. IX. service. 6:30 p. m. Preaching Service. Mid-week prayer meeting Thursi evening 7:00 p. tn. PRESBYTERIAN Rf-v, H. M. Morey, Pastor. 10:00 a. tp. Preaching Service. 11:15 a. m. Sunday School, (5:00 p. ra. Christian Endeavor. 7:00 p. in. Thursday evening praj mebling, EVANGELICAL. -Rev. Theo. G. Papsdorf, pastor. 9:80 a. m. Preaching Servioe. 10:30 a. m. Sunday School. 7:80 p,.m, First Wednesday of month Y.-P. S. ^ - METHODIST -.' >Rev. Howard Goldie, paslor. 54,9:30 a. ra. Class meeting. iS*10:00 a m. Preaching service. 11:30 ». m. Sunday School. 3:00?p. m. Junior League. 6:00 p. ra. Epworth League 7:00 p. a*.. Preaching service; 7:00 p. m.JThursday evening praje' Tneoting. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of "Christ, Scientist Nissly" hall. Sunday service 10:00 a. m. The sermon will be- reading of selections from the Bible "and the tex' book, "Science and Health, - wlih K to thu Scriptures." Sunday school 11'IO a. tn. Wednesday evening meeting for limonies and experiences at 7:00. Reading room open daily, SuhdayE excepted, from 2:00 to 4:00 p. m. All a're cordially invited to both the Read- gin-room and church services."" BARGAINS . , in Ladies ALL WOOL KNIT PETTICOATS and FLEECED LINED SACQUES All -wool Knit Petticoats, regular price $1.0.0, now 50c. Fleeced Lined Sacques, regular price 5pc, now 25e. * Burkhart Bros, TRICITY will do anything. You can light, heat, cook, wash, iron, drive your factory,- to mention. We-sell it. Washtenaw Light & Power Co. Ypsilanti, Michigan. ..,..- .-~...\ L. .-A.
|Title||1909-01-14; 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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