1909-02-04; Saline Observer
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/ 4- -i T ■^ 4.. J. Warren. Editor, SALINE,- WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, FEBRTJAKY 4, 1909. VOL. XXIX.-NO 17 ■f I- SALINE SAVINGS BANK CAPITAL, $25,000. STOCKHOLDERS'^ LIABILITIES, $50,000. A bank managed by a -Board of nine Directors wbo DJRECT and know1 what is being done. ' . A bank operating under the taws 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 officers give ADEQUATE BONDS for the funds they handle, . . A bank whose Board of Directors appoint and employ an EXPERT AUDITOR to make thorough examinations ol its books. We oft'ur Superior advantages to Commercial Depositors. We loan money on approved security. We pay THREE per cent on Savings Deposits, We issue attractive Certificates ot 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 $5 issly, Vice President Geo. A, Lehman, Cashier Arthur A. Wood, 2nd Nice Pres, . W. T. Bradford, Auditor s» Jii^^^I3iS^E30TOH,S**^SS*s*b«—•* Chas. Burkhart Geo, J. Feldkamp .Frank Rose Daniel Nissly Gottlieb Hertler Arthur A. Wood ,fuliqs Feldkamp Webb DeP, ay G, C, Mann Wheeler's Pharmacy - has a full line of STAPLE Goods including Jewelry, Silverware, Toilet Articles, Books, Stationary, Etc. BURYING CABBAGE FOR WINTER. Try a Corn Shock Covering with Dirt Banked on Outside. Select a rise in the ground at some convenient place and mark out a ■ circle -that will- hold,about- so many- heads of'cabbage, 'according to the Sectional View of Buried-Cabbage. number you want to put in. Place a row around the outer edge of the circle with, roots pointing toward the center. Coyer the roots and place another row inside this. After the bottom layer is complete, explains the Farm and Home, commence with the second layer, as shown In cut, placing one head between or directly over the first with a slight drawing la toward the center. Place the roots toward the center as hefore, and keep on until you form a dome. Now get good corn fodder and place It around the dome of cabbage as shown, tying it at the top the same as a shock of corn, then cover with earth to the top. Commence a little below the top and at one side to take out your cabbage. Loom-End Syndicate Sale Mr. Goltra, of the Loom-End Syndicate, will be in Ann Arbor Arbor at Xoch & NichoFs. store, from Saturday, February 6, lo Saturday, February 13, and will conduct one of the most remarkable smiles ever given in this county. • 50,000 yards of wash goods, worth up to 50c per yard, will be sold during that week for 2*c, 4c and 6c per yard,' These are not job lots of goods, out of date and undesirable, but brand new- pieces* fresh from the looms" in odd lengths. Such a sale'Is a.sually givejl only in the larger cities of the county, such as Detroit, Chicago, Toledo, Etc., and must not be confused with the average remnant sale. Have you ever "before had such an opportunity, to purchase fine wash goods at 2|e per yard? Remember that this sale begins Saturday, February 6 at 9 a. m., and ends Saturday, February IS. Don't forget the place—Koch & Nichols,-.Ann Arbor. STORING CELERY. $ REPAIRING Wells Cleaned and Drive Wells Repaired New Mills and Tanks Pipe and Tanks Work Done At Onee '■■."■.- PHONE NO. 9l-3r. Variety of Ways in Which the Work Way Be Done. There are a variety of methods used in storing celery. Wheie the celery Is grown, for home use it ie usually either stored in the place where it grew or in /the cellar. When " it js stored in the field, where it grew the soil is banked up high around the plants so that only a few of the tips ■ are exposed. When the weather becomes colder the ridge is covered with straw or leaves which are held down by boards or earth. When the ground commences to freeze the entire ridge is covered -with several inches of strawy stable manure. The celery may be removed from the ridge as desired* for use, but during a part of the winter it will be inaccessible. A cool, well-ventilated cellar is a good place to store celery in' small amounts, suggests Wallace's Farmer. The celery may be stored in boxes whose' sides cofe up even with the celery tops. In the bottoms of the boxes is placed a layer of moist sand or earth in which the celery roots*are bedded. Holes should be bored in the sides and bottom of the boxes for ventilation and drainage. The plants should be watered at the roots occasionally when signs of wilting* appear. Larger amounts of celery are stored in similar fashion by covering the cellar floor with a layer of moist sand or earth and'holding the celery in place by means of boards. Market gardeners have regular trenches or storehouses for their celery, but the methods herein described" are the usual ones practiced by the small, grower. EeTblts At Cold Steel. "Your only hope," said three doctors to Mrs. M. E. Fisher, Detroit, Mich., suffering from severe rectal trouble, lies in an operation, "then I used Dr. King's New "Lif6 Fills," she writes, "till wholly cured." They prevent Appendicitis, cure Constipation, Headache. 25c at O. C. Wheeler's Pharmacy. Oldest Dated Decoration. Probably1 the oldest dated decoration in the world has recently, been, brought to light by the discovery of the funerary temple of King Sahura, who lived 2,500 B. C. It lies between the pyramids of Giseh and Saggarah, and has been unearthed by Dr. Bor- charts, director of the German Institute of Archaeology at Cairo. Sculptured has "reliefs illustrate Pharaoh conversing with the* gods, conquering the, Lybians and receiving an embassy. Besides this there are hunting add fishing scenes, and most interesting of all, a fleet of ships of the period.—■■ London Globe. Subscribe for the OBSERVER Soldier Balks Death Plot. Tt seemed to J. A. Stone, a civil war veteran, of Kemp, T.exas, that a plot existed between a desperate lung trouble and the grave to cause his death. "I contracted a stubborn cold" he writes, "that developed a cough, that stuck to me, in spite of all remedies,, for years'. My weight ran down to 130 pounds. Then I began to use Dr. King's New Discovery, which restored my health completely, I now weigh 178 pounds." For severe Colds, obstinate Coughs, Hemorrhages, Asthma, and to prevent Pneumonia it's-un- rivaled. 50c and $1.00. Trial, bottle free. Guaranteed by O. C. Wheeler's Pharmaey. ,, Sheep Beasts of Burden. , In .the northern part of India- sheep are put to a use un thought of in European or American countries. They are made to serve as beasts of burden, because they are more sure-footed than larger beasts,-and the mountain paths along the foothills of the Himalayas are steep and difficult. The load for each sheep is from 16 to 20 pounds. The sheep are driven from the village to village, with the *wool still growing, and in each town the farmer shears as.much woo! as he can sell there and loads the sheep, with the grain which he receives in exchange. After his flock has been sheared he turns it homeward, each sheep having on its back a small bag "containing the purchased "grain. Found Out Her Mistake. "Is that you, Frank?" asked Mrs. Tippins, in a nervous voice, as she heard some one moving about in the darkness. • ** "It is," replied Mr. Tippins. "You gave me such a shock. I thought at first there was a man in the house."—Stray Stories. love Take It 'as Verb or Noun. Ethel—The count pronounces "loaf." Jack—That's natural enough. If he succeeds in capturing that heiress, "loaf" is precisely what it will mean to him. A*Terrible Disappointment. "Sir, your daughter hag eloped with the chauffeur." "Good heavens! And he was the only one I ever had that could get away every tirne= from the police!" No more divorces. I "Hubby" will stay a lover true, Every wife his only sweetheart, too, Perpetual matrimonial bliss 'twill be, If both take Hollister's Rocky Moun- - tain Tea. O. C. Wheeler's Pharmacy A SIMPLE STANCHION LOCK. We have just received A fine line of New Spring Ginghams, Have you seen the new Fay Stockings, for children. • ' New line of Satin Ribbons. - New Silkolines and Ghallies for comfortables. HbOoIe Mei?©9 Mt. SPe-sel.©!? .. ' * We would like to make you a proposition to supply ' • yOu with l)i\ Hess Stock Food, with the understanding that if it doesn't increase iiesh and milk production sufficient to pay for itself maiy times over, your ' money will be refunded. VVe cannot offer you anything fairer. This preparation is the result of years , of experience of Dr. Hess, a regular doctor of niedi- cine and also veterinary surgery. "'Dr.' Hess5 Stock Food produces the additional profit by increasing digestion; " : dt-contains ingredients such as bitter tonics, the salts of iron for the blood, the nitrates for expelling poisonous material from the system, and laxatiyes to regulate the bowels. Every medical school in America recommends this formula, and it costs less to feed . > than any preparation of the kind on the market. We sell this medicinal stoek tonic On a written -guarantee. SALINE. CO-OPERATIVE-.CO The Picture Will Show You How It Is Made. The block shown at A in the accom- illu ft panying illustration, reproduced from Stanchion Lock- Prairie Farmer, slides in the slot B and will drop into the notch at CJ;hus locking the stanchion securely. "?' FER FEOT aud permanent are tne cures "by Hood's Sarsaparilla," because it makes pure, rich, healthy, 'ife and health-giving S1LOOSS- s PHONE 8®, COOL BEOS. GRAIN CO. We carry the following in stock: FLOUR all kinds, FRESH GROUND BUBKWHEAT, OIL MEAL fine ground and pea size, COTTONSEED MEAL, BEET PULP, BRAN and MIDDLINGS, some yery fine WHEAT SALVAGE, SAGINAW SALT, GRAIN BAGS. We sell • Mosii.estea.-ii Fertilisers it's a nioney maker for farmers. Try some on your spring crops. That is the proof. We are always in the market for grain of all kinds and clover seed. Call us up before selling. . CO Ala—We carry all kinds* of COAL, Hard Coal four sizes, Pocahontas, Hocking Valley, Washer-nut for cook stoves. Have you -tried our GAS Coke, economical and smokeless, it will please you. will do anything. You can light, heat, cook, wash, iron, drive yonr factory, to mention. We sell it. w Ligm >ower Co. Ypsilanti, Michigan / y* & .
|Title||1909-02-04; 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.|