1909-12-16; Saline Observer
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A; J. WAlRREN. Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., miCH., THURSDAY, DECEMBEE16, 1909 VOL. XXX.-NO 10 THE SIFT FO! IYI Give the boy something practical for a Christmas gift. Present him with a Saline Savings Bank pass book Christmas morning and then help him to build up a savings account. You can't teach him habits of thrift and economy too early, for "as the twig is bent, the tree in- - clines." Did you ever stop to think that a savings account started NOW, might pay his way through college a few years later, or start : him in business with a fair working capital, while the saving of a small amount each w.eek would teach him thrift and responsibility? How old is the boy? Come ' in' and let us show you how savings grow in this bank. And—the smallest depositor receives the same careful attention as does the largest depositor. SALIHE SAVINGS SANK , Wheeler's Pharmacy z ' * has a full line; @| STAPLE Goods including Jewelry, Silverware, Toilet Articles, Books, Stationary, Etc. ■V F- ©■ FORD ./-*" Here are a few "suggestions at prices that are rjghj:. 3'ijple Plat, fl 'fea Spoops i do-jin SI 00- - Triple Plated Dessert Spoons & dozen $1.50. Triple Plated Table Spoons J dozen S2.00. . • Set Knives and Forks S3.00. Carving Sets Si.50 to S3.a_). * Nickeled Copper Tea Pots 3-pint 75c. - Nickel_d Copper Coffee Pols 4-pint Soc-^ Nickeled Copper Range Kettles 75c. ■ ' Nickeled Copper Te - Kettles Sl.OO. ^narqeljed Roasters S.-0IJ. ■ . . • ^Vji*"* ftonsiers %l 7jj. . . ; food Chopper 8. 00* * V*- ' 8ro:ui "V"i->_i*$3'iQ. ; *•*•-. ^rass^mpd Pocket Knjrves (3 blade)'2op. * . • a ■' .J"_ai'I Handled fen Ifuiv.s-(2 ani iblade) 5gc.' "Skates gqp.. Z "' RazorsSi,00, ^- . . * .'- '"*.•..' Safety "Bazar-—Gillette, Gem, Keen -Kutter, Purham r - Dnplesr; Auto Strdp^SLOO to $5.00.-- - .'* -Everything in this listis__ully warranted^ lis.* We would be pleased to-.have ,you call. upen us when, ready to do your Christ__ias:shqpping. ", - " ■_.*• GUTHARD & SCHROEN , . Council Proceedings. Dec-mber. ti, 1909. - - Keguiaf meetinj;' of tlie common council held witb Pit_idjsut. Ruse in the .chair. Trustees present—Thorn, Rentchler, Burkhart, H. user. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. . \ . Bill of G. "-"-._ Williams for "3233.80 for survey of the villas/a ordered held up for further partic-lais. ■Poliowing bills ware ordered paid: Fseight on posts " 2.73 C. H. Carven, ML.irs.hall '. 5 00 Fire Boys 80.00 O H. Car vt*.n,'Str4e.t Work 44 25 6.. M. -Wooii,. '* " 7.12 D. .Miner, "_ '*. ' 23.25 J. Toliver. ** ''• 2.(10 F. Scbreitzer, '* '* -" * 1,50 J. Fuoss, C ment Walks' -1150 R. Seitz, " " 4.18 Alfred BonJ, '' _ 14 50 G. VanHouten, " " ' 14.10 M. Canine, " ." 9.80 F. D. Ford, ." " 66."34 Thos. Baty, " 5 25 Geo. Rugers, " _ „" ' 7.00 Ed Ba. nai'd, " " '■ / 4.37 Noyember Liiihting * 12X64 Council adjourned. F. ROSE, President. A. J. WARREN. Clerk. One Of The Great Needs Of Michigan Agriculture. Sofpg serious, economic problems confront' the Michigan farmer despite tho fact that the present range of High prices would seem to indicate an unparalleled statu of prosperity. Michigan is suffering seriously from "a lack of men on her farms; she has given up many of her strongest sons df aid in the development of. the. west. The unusual activity along industrial lines recently has lured many f..rm boys from the fiald to the shop or factory. So serious-has this problem become that it has been difficult to property till the land and harvest the crops'pro. uced". Farm conditions have become,more pleasant and less isolated since the establishment of rural mails, telephones and electric railwiys. If tbe young man. is lo be kept on the farm he must be permitted to assume responsibility and-.be given an interest in the business. Give the farm hoy an opportunity to prepare for a s'uo. essful career on the farm by sending hiin to the "Michigan Agricultural Collegp for one of-tbe six Short Course^ in Agriculture beginning Januiry 4, 1910. ... •" . Cockney Dialect in Bible. ■' A Bible printed in 1810 had a line of .semi-cockney' dialect in ■ Matthew S:-3: ."Who."bath ears to ear let Einr hear." . Stung For 15 Years by Itidig.'slion's pangs—trying'' many doctor . and'$200 worth of medicine in vain," 13." F. Aysuue'of Tngleside, N". C., at last used Dr. King's New Life Pills, and .writes they wholly cured him. Tliey sure Constipation,". Biliousness, Sick Headache, Stomach, Liver, .Kidney and Bowel troubles. 25c at O. C. Wheeler's Pharmacy. .-C__S_"0__I_i. Bears a. _j? Th b Kind You Hava Always Signature Detroit United Lines. Between Saline and..Ypsilanti Leaves Saline 6:40 a. m; 7:50 a. m; 9:40 a. m. and <; every two hours lo 11:40 p. m also 12:50 a. m. Leave Ypsilanti■ 6:00 a. m; 7:20 a. m; 8:50 a. m. and every two hours to 10:50 p. m". 12:25 a. m. Last car waits for theater car from Ann Arbor. .Curs connect at Waynefor Plymouth and Northville; at Ypsilanti for Detroit and Jackson. Xmas Presents The finest, assortment of. Handkerchiefs we have ever had, from 5c to 75c. -Ribbons,, Neck Scarfs, Collars, Belts, Perfume. Hat Pins in Holly Boxes. Handkerchiefs in Holly Envelopes. ' • Suspenders, Neckties, Etc. • Come in and see our display. Fancy Groceries for Xmas dinners. Xmas Candies, Fruits and Nuts a fine line. SALINE CO-OPERATIVE CO '" Phone 86 Baft W WE R SALVE _^_______________________ ___________________ the most healing'sa.ve in the world Special Fare EXCURSIONS For which ticitets will be 'sold December 2-1, 25 and 8'., 1909, and * January 1, 1910, good returning . until-Januaiy 3,. inclusive. Sale covers till points on Lake Shore Ry. and many connecting lines. . For" particulars apply to Agents. 11 LAKE -SHORE -& MICHIGAN SOUTHERN RY. Church Items. '• Ste-nds/rei Time • _ BAPTIST' Rev. John F. Tree, Pastor. , . lu:00 a. .m. Preaching Service. 11:15 Sunday-School. - ' 6:30 B. Y. P. U. servc'ie \ 7:30 p. m. Preaching Service. Mitt-Week prayer meeting Thursday evening 7:80 p. m. ' PRESBYTERIAN Rev.-H. M. Morey, Paslor. 10:00 _a. m. Preaching Service. 11:15 a. m. Sunday School. 6:30 p.„m. Christian.Bndeavor. 7:30 -p". m. -Thursday evening prayer .meeting. - EVANGELICAL. ^ - ' Rev. Theo. G. Papsdorf, pastor. 9:30 "a. m. Preaching'Se.rvice. 10:30.a. m. Sunday School. ' 7:30 p. m. .First Wednesday of each mpmh Y. P. S. " . METHODIST Rev.*D. C. Little.ohn, pastor. - 9:30 a. m. Class meeting. . ■' 10:00 a.-m, Preaohing service. . ' 11:30 a, no. Sunday School. .- 3:00 p. m. Junior League. 6:30 p. m. Epworth League 7:30 p. m. Thursday eVening prajer meplinir. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE I-*n_t Church"' of Christ, Scientist, Nissly hall. ' . Sunday service 10:i50 a. m. Subject "for Dec. 19, "Is the Universe Including Man, Evolved byt Atomic Force." Wednesday evening meeting at 7:00. Reading room open daily, Sunday. excep'e. ,*from 2:1)0 to4:00 p. m. All are'cordially invited^ tp the services and tbe Reading Room. COME AND SEE US FOR t We guarantee to please you both, in •price and quality.' We handle the well known Hamilton Brown Shoe for Ladies. We replace every pair not giving'' entire satisfaction. ,-Z.::;i^"P:Z<" ■ Burkhart Bros. PHONE 161. We Have Completed Our Warehouse And Have Put. In eyga_?_fa_a3****aB**j**Hp I have a fine line of Watches, Clocks,- Jewelry, Silverware, Toilet Sets, Shaving Sets, Handkerchief arjcl Glove Boxes/ Stationery, Dolls, Perfffmery of . "the finest kind arid Sleds. . All cure bargains. . When you drive to town you will certainly be *' cold, come and get warm before you do your shop- : pingl '"'•.- ; ' . _. " _ ^ -2" K2H:.cmsSY:-:2y:* ■* .*"-""•*■■■'__•-•,"". - ^ - 9 -"■_*■. * ■ - t . . ^ *»"**V_. Je__ffelevand']piptic4ai|'.,.;-, ..... ... .,. .'.-;.'*" You will find our stock complete. We have purchased only the.best of feeds and can supply you at right prices with Hammond Diary'Feed, Buffalo Gluten Feed, Cotton Seed Meal 41 per cent, Old Pro'cess Oil Meal, Beet Pulp, Winter Wheat Bran, Middlings and Salvage. • - _ - - * Also Corn, .Coal and Coke, Saginaw Salt, Poutry Feed, Com Meal, Ground.Feed and Flour always in stock. Have ypu tried. our "Lily White" Flour? -We"guarantee it to give satisfaction." T ,8 /'■"-■ * ■"*" "CQGL:BH©S» -Saline FOR THE LONG- EVENINGS we have :ELECTRIC RERDP LUMPS' of--liandsoiae designs,which we are . 5". selling at reasonable prices Wasltfcenaw Light & Power Go^ Ypsilanti, .Michigan. ■' -"*;"-. 'il *^ii_V_? __?£*-_«.*£.v *"
|Title||1909-12-16; 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.|