1910-03-24; Saline Observer
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„ «? «•*"- *.■""*"•■ -***.^_*^-«p««« -» -. !T^^_^_^^^3?J*p'^!_I!S_!f_^3r55! ^^?5^^-*«_^---«^"^*?«^s?ff *-■__ t* ■•«fci(i*'**i^,**iii;f* * ^ jt' J. Warren. Editor. SAI/INE, WASHTENAW GO., MICH., THUKSDAY, MAECH 24, 1910. VOL. XXX.---N0 24 SALIME SAVINGS BANE A safe place to deposit yoiir money. The best place to do your business. OFFICERS Chas. Burkhart, Frank Rose, A. A. Wood, G. A. Lehman, W. T. Bradford, . President Vice President Vice President Cashier Auditor DIRECTORS Chas. Burkhart Frank Rose Arthur A. Wood Gottlieb C. Mann Geo. J. Feldkamp Webb E. DePuy Gottlob Hertler Julius H. Feldkamp Fred H. Nissly ir y_v- mmmmm Wheeler's Pharmacy has a full line ol _n s including Jewelry, Silverware, Toilet Articles, Books, Stationary, Etc. Again we are going to give you an opportunity to secure absolutely free a number of fine prizes. There will be in all about 25 prizes ranging in value from $4.00 to $10.00. A ticket is given with each dollar's cash purchase purchase and the drawing will take place April 2. In addition a souvenir will be given eaeh lady and gentleman, calling at the store any day during the opening, March 31 and April 1 and 2, whether they make a purchase or not. Often one dollar's purchase has drawn one of the most valuable prizes. Following is a partial list of the articles to be donated: . 1 20-rod Roll Fence, by Mich. Wire Fence Co.; 1 20-rod Roll American Fence, by American Steel & Wire Co.; 1 Wash Machine, by Hibbard Spencer-Bartlett Co.; 1 Pump, by Hazen Mfg. Co.; . 1 Tank Heater, by Flint & Walling Mfg. Co.; 1 Silk Plush Robe, by W. H. Eldred. 1 100-lb Keg Axle Grease, by Standard Oil Co.; 2 Roll Carey's Roofing; 2 Dozen Stop-a-Leke Stychs, by Philip Carey Mfg. Co.; 1 Wheelbarrow; , ' " . 1 Truck, by Syracuse Chilled Plow Co.; __ 1 Cultivator, John Deere Plow Co.; 1 Miniature Wagon, Birdsall Mfg. Co.; And many more not yet in. GUTHARD & SCHROEN SCHOOL NOTES. The Freshmen have finished reading the Sketch Book and have begun the study of the poems of some' of our American authors. This is examination week and next week will occur our spring vacation. We have only twefve more weeks of our school year.ahead of us. The American .History class has completed the work in history proper, and the remaining three months .will be given to the study of TJnited States Civil government. The school was. very please'd to have Mr, Tell conduct the chapel exercises last Wednesday again. Mr. Tell has not been able to be with us for several weeks. The German school has closed and the following people have been reinstated in our school:. Luella Schi- able,' Edwin Brown, Caroline Nied- hammer, Paul Lederer. Remember the lecture next Wednesday evening, March 30th, in the School hall by Prof. French, of Lansing, on the subject, "Agriculture in the High School." This subject is he- coming more and more of interest to High schools. Admission free. On lagt Friday morning at nine- thirty, the regular work of the school was stopped and short memorial services were conducted by the teachers in the various rooms, out of respect-to Mr. Sears, the father of one of our teachers, who died last week. The members of the English liter- .ature class have been giving reports during the past week on the works of Wjalter Scott. Some of the reports showed keen analytic power and appreciation of the author's thai and feeling, on the parts of the students. Tiig Cl^ss in Ancient history will have a aehate in their class room on Wednesday; in place of the regular lesson. The question to be discussed- is "Resolved: That Julius Caesar did more for Rome and later civilization than Augustus Caesaj." Josephine Eagle leads the affirmative and Ethel Russell the negative. We have received notice that the meeting of the Michigan School master's elub is to be held in Ann^ Arbor from March 30 to April 2. This is a well known and honored organization in our country, and one to which the prominent educators of our state belong. An .excellent and-helpful, program has been prepared.- A few of the Saline teachers expect to attend meetings. TO LOOK ANC KEEP WELL Plentiful Use of Water, Internally and Externally, Is One Recommendation Made. What would you do to Keep well and look well? Cultivate a belief in,water. It is hard to get too much of it, either externally or internally. Every woman who values her digestion and her complexion should drink at least six glasses of cold water a day. If desired, the glass taken before retiring and first thing in the morning may be hot, with a pinch of salt in it. Have appointed hours for this water drinking and take it at those times. In the morning, just as you leave the bed, and the last thing before entering it at night, a half hour before each meal and in the middle of the morning and afternoon will divide the periods nicely. At first it may seem a great nuisance to drink water by rule, but soon It will become n habit that you will get almost unconsciously without disturbing your routine for more than a minute. If you have trained maids they should be instructed to bring the water at the appointed hours. Equally important to the ', water- drinking habit is that of taking a cold shower or dashing one's self with cold water after the daily hot bath. This not only prevents taking cold, but acts as a tonic to the skin, stirs up the circulation and adds color to lips and cheeks and brightness to the .eyes. This, too, is hard at first, but the system soon gets accustomed to the shock and is benefited by it. Luxurious ?rison, Japan can boast of the most luxurious prison in the world. It is about fifteen miles from Tokyo. In -the midst of gardens, encircled with ponds bearing fine crops of water lilies, rises the mass of spacious and airy cells. Lighting throughout is by electricity Among other features are bathrooms with marble baths, hot and cold water, dressing rooms and reading rooms. HAD STUDIED HIS BUSINESS Organ Grinder Knew the Tunes That Were Likely to Appeal to Hia Hearers. _ "Make the right kind of sentimental appeal to a city man," said the cynic, "and separating him from his coin becomes a snap. "A man with a gurdy-gurdy came down our street the other day. He wasn't playing any of the popular tunes. He's got a repertoire that included some of the good old songs— 'In the Gloaming,' 'Kathleen Mavour- neen,' etc.—the kind* that one hears only too seldom in Philadelphia. The hurdy-gurdy' murdered them. in * a Bhb'cking; way, but they touched ■ the hearts .rings of the "lis tellers, all right. Windows were thrown up in every direction, and* he got quite, a shower-of, pennies and "nickels." 'He must have gathered in at least a dollar on that one block. - • "When he moved on I could not resist running down to the corner after him. " 'Say, why do you play those tunes?"-I" asked him. 'Do you really have the good taste to prefer them to "Gee, I Wish I Had a Girl?'" "He looked me over in a contemptuous sort of way. " 'Naw,' he answered, 'I t'ink dey.'re ' on de .blink. But dey seem to make the guys around here loosen up. See?'" • A Missouri Purist. An Atchison woman says she heard a Missouri school-teacher say to a pupil: "Don't say "tain't." There ain't no such word."—Kansas City Star. Chinaman's Dire Oath. At a recent inquest a Chinaman took the oath by blowing out the flame ol a candle and saying, he believed that if he lied his-soul would be similarly extinguished. 1_-___.SVO__tX___.. Bears the _/7 ThB Kind Vou HavB Always BOBgW Signatuie of WE Of PER an investment paying 4i per cent net, secured by first mortgage on reale'state worth oyer twice the amount loaned upon it. Coupons cashed semi-annually. In business 20 years. Asset3 over half a million dollars. Send your name and get hook with full particulars. CAPITOL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N, LANSING, MICH. - SLAUGHT of the Saline Co-operative Co. will close out the balance of the Dry Goods and Shoes at Half Price, that they were sold at before. Now you have the last chance tb$buy at your own price. Anything in the store, it all has to be sold. Come and get the bargains, it's the chance of your life." Boston Jobbing Co. WAL N Subscribe lot the ORSERV Detroit United Lines. Between Saline and Ypsilanti Leaves Saline 6:40 a. m. 7:45 a. m; 9:40 a. m. and every two hours to 11:40 p. m also 12:50 a. m. , Leave Ypsilanti 6:00 a. m; 7:15 a. m; 8:50 a. an. and "** eyery two hours to 10:50 p. nf. 12:25 a. m. Last car waits ior theater car from Ann Arbor. . .Cars connect at Waynelor Plymouth and Northville; .at Ypsilanti for Detroit and Jackson. Church Items. Standard Time BAPTIST Rev. John F. Treo, Pastor. 10:00 a. m. Preaching Service. 11:15 Sunday School. 6:30 B. Y. P. TJ. servcie 7:30 p. m. Preaching Service. Mid-week prayer meeting Thursday evening 7:30.p. m. PRESBYTERIAN • Rev. H. M. Morey, Pastor. 10:00 a. m. Preaching Service. 11:15 a. m. Sunday School. 6:80 p. m. Christian Endeavor. 7:30 p. m. Thursday evening prayer meeting. EVANGELICAL. Rev. Chas. H. Wittbracht, pastor. 9:30 a. m. Preaching Service. 11:00 a. m. Sunday School. 7:00 p. m. First and Third,Sunday of each month, Christian Endeavor. 2:30 p. in. First Thursday of each month,.Ladies Aid. 7:30 p. m. First Wednesday of each month Y. P.S. METHODIST Rev. D. C. Littlejohn, pastor. 9:30 a. m. Class meeting. 10:00 a. m. Preaching service. 11:30 a. m. Sunday Sohool. - ~ 3:00 p. m. Junior League. 6:30 p. m. Epworth League 7:30 p. m. Thursday evening prajer meeting. _> CHRISTIAN SCIENCE . First Church of Christ, Scientist, Nissly hall. Sunday'service 10:60 a. m. *' ■ - Subject for Mar. 27,.''Reality.'-' Wednesday evening meeting at-7:00. Reading* room open, daily, Sundays escepted,irom.2:00 to 4:00 p. m. AU are cordially invited to the .services and the.Rea.Ung.Koom.** 1 Before you buy^your Wall Paper, come id and look ours over and get onr prices. We have the best line this year we have ever had.. N. PHONE 161. )- Electric Weld Fence Monarch Fence Plymouth Binder Twine Page Buggies R D_ F S-p___?±__CLg; Cleanins . will make things bright and fresh. Keep them so by using ELECTRIC LIGHTS It Fs -the best from-the standpoint of illumination, cleanliness, health and safety. n v The cost is so low as to make the use of all other forms of lighting, higher by comparison. . When you use Electric Light you save dollars in decorations; draperies, etc. Let us tell you about it. Estimates cheerfully given. Washtenaw Light .-$, Power Co ■ _o-____.
|Title||1910-03-24; 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.|