1910-08-11; Saline Observer
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-•- i- ■il- A. J. WARREK. Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1910. VOL. X-XX.--ND;4C -3 A-F-E-T-Y Is the first point to consider in selecting a Depositary for your money Your money in this bank is protected by Paid in Capital $85,000.00 ..Surplus and Profits $2,800.00 .-"' Additional Stockholders Liabilities $25,000.00 SAFF-(_[JA1-1_ED by ibe Lr.ws of tbe slate of Micbigan and a" Capable l_o_rd of Directors. ^■j*s_*_^_*»__«___w^^ Wheeler's, Pharmacy has a full line ot Good including Jewelry, Silverware, Toilet Articles, Books, * Stationary, Etc. the National Cash Register System we began giving checks with each cash purchase. , We thought it best not to boast until we had something to boast about. Now, however, we feel , justified in speaking of the splendid success with which our plan has met. We are very much^gisatified at the unexpected' returns from it and take this means of reminding our friends that we give checks with every cash pur- t chase and these are redeemable in the splendid new ^aluminum ware, absolutely the finest cooking utensils ever made, in preserving kettles, rice boilers, tea -jketrles, and so forth. /;""• We began this system merely as a means of showing to our customers that we value their patronage and they in turn have shown their appreciation by . increasing our sales. Don't neglect tp ask for your checks if they are overlooked. Checks will not be given on implements. 2 £$-g>x?±:m.&f; Glo3._____±_______r _* ""*. % will make things bright and fresh. Keep them so by using .__£■ ELECTRIC'- LIGHTS. m* r. ■*^..- •\ It is the best from the standpoint of illumination, cleanliness, health and safety. 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. '■ WasMeaia'w Light Ik'Power Co. Letter From California. Longbeach, Cal., June 20,1910. ^Editor Observer:—Some of your readers may wish to know how we like California and I venture to give a short letter through your paper to answer some of the questions asked us by our home friends. I have seen only a small part of the state. Our first stop was at Redlands where we met Charles Rowe, Isaac Jones and other former Michigan people. That is a fine .city with many fine orange groves near by.. It was a beautiful sight to see large tree loaded with nice yellow fruit among bright green foliage. Here we saw the first Jig trees. Our next stop was at San Diego' with R.' K._, Fellows and" wife. Here we stayed two months and a half. This city is mostly built on high and uneven land overlooking the bay and harbor. The citj' has a.population of about 45,000, many . of ■ *vj}om are Chinese, Japs, Mexicans or a mixtuVe of these peoples, but they are quite essential as laborers on public works. The city is growing rapidly and they are planning for a Panama and San Diego world's fair in 1915, but San Francisco is likely to supplant them. From San Diego "we went td Los Angeles for a month. "We visited Pyron Fellows and daughter Mabel. Both are nicely located. We came to Longbeach January 24, my 75th birthday, and saw the great Pacific Ocean in all its grandeur for the first time, We saw the Atlantic four years ago on our way to Cuba, but as sea sickness kept me in iny berth four days outof the five, it had no pleasure for me. We never tire of looking at the big waves five to eight fegtchigh chase each other about 200 Ieet apart and beat upon the shore "with a steady, constant roar. This beach is clean sand made so by the constant washing of the waves and tide and people of all ages and sex lie down in it, basking in the sunshine to cure any* real or imaginary afflictions. •There is a pier extending out in the ocean half a mile, at the end of which is a large assembly hall for public use free to all conventions. On the floor below this hall is a driveway and boat landing. Boats run from this pier to Catalina Island, San Pedro and other places. Seven large torpedo boats and destroyers have been in the harbor fpr several days. Thousands of people from every state in the union come here during some part of the year to spend some time at this beach. The cold winters send those from the north and east here to keep them warm and those in the hot valleys or inland cities come in summer to keep cool as it is always cool on the bleach as the wind'blows from the ocean nearly every day. The climate is the drawing card .for California. It is true that many people have made monies'- in fruit raising but fruits and all land products are grown at great expense on high priced land. If our Michigan farmers would fertilize and put as■" much work on a 10-aere apple orchard as they do here for oranges or lemons, I think they would make as much money, but of course the winters are more severe there, yet there are cold, damp, chilly days here during the winter months. This is not a paradise for mortals here below but it is a great improvement over Michigan for one of my age. If we were to make bur home in California, it would be in this city as we much prefer this to any other we have seen or heard of. It has a population about 25,000, streets broad and well kept and no saloons or "blind pigs" to increase taxation... Land is very fertile and where irrigated produces well. Good crop of oats, hay or barley are grown without irrigation when sown in October or November. Churches of all denominations have fine buildings and are well attended. Children's day was celebrated in each of them. Letters from home often ask when we are coming back. Our answer is that we don't know. The cost of living here is about the same as there, yet some tilings are higher. Butter is 35 cents, beefsteak 18 to 22 cents, bread 5 cents, .potatoes 1_- cents per pound. Our fuel last-winter- cost us about $7, house rent or room rent about the same as in Ypsilanti. I anr in the real estate and insurance business the same as in Ypsilanti, as I am too young a man to quit business. ' Both of us enjoy she best of health and wishes everybody who reads the Observer or ever heard of it health and happiness. C. M. Fellows _.-__. O___.S3 _P«___>:___.X____.. Bomb the _i^TIib Kind You Have Always Bong!- "_g_at___ of Lumbago. Scmfssssp Gout, _¥©__.• PSiQsa's KMm&y "__*»__s_M@ . and la2zz*m&&o A reliable preparation for _>otii internal ana e& ternal use that eiv es quick relief to the sufferer. Applied externally it ____;_ __' aches and pains. 1*_.l_en internally it dissolves the poisonous substance and'assists nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition. Sold by druggists. One Dollar per bottle, or sen. prepaid, upon receipt of price if not obtainable inyour locality. J. O. BENSON, Sardls, ____.. *._!___: "Vour "5- DrtOPS" has cured my milo c_ Rheumatism and Neuralgia, and 1 want to say that it 13 worth, ono hundred dollars a hottlo Instead of only ene dollar." WRITE FQaSAMPLE^e^ WRITE TO-OAY'for atrial bottleof "5-Drop _■ and test it yourself. Vie trill gladly send it to you postpaid, absolutely free. SWAHS0H RHEUMAT'S USEE BOHPAHT, g Sept. 30 174 _____*;_ Street, Chicago REMEMBER THE _!A__E *HB'_l'-to __*<_»__ ftSftCMI Life on Panama Canal has had one frightful drawback—malaria trouble—that has brought suffering and death to thousands. The germs cause chills, fever and ague, biliousness, jaundice, lassitude, weakness and.general debility. But Elec- ,tric Bitters never fail to destroy them and cure malaria troubles. "Three bottles completely cured me of a very severe attack of malaria," writes Wm. A. Fretwell of Lucaina, Is.. G., "and I've had good health' ever " since." Cure Stomach, Liver and Kidney Troubles, and prevents Typhoid. 50c. Guaranteed at O. C. Wheeler's Pharmacy. Observation With Moral. A mule is youi friend so Ions as j ou aren't ■pooling around bis hind legs The moral of whicb is tbat when life seems to have ths jiciveisity of a mule, the wise man alwaj-s keeps well to the front. To keep your health sound; to a \ oid the ills of advancing veais: to conserve your physical foices foi a upe and healthful old ago. guaid youi kidneys _.by taking Foley's Kidney Eemedy. O. C. Whcelci's Phaimacy Detroit United Lines. Between Saline and Ypsilanti Leaves Saline 6:40 a. in; 7:45 a. m; _• 40 a. m. and every two hours, to 11 40 p. m also 12:50 a. m. Le:* ve Ypsilanti 6:00 a. m; 7:15 a. m, 8.50 a. m. and every two 1 oji a to 10.50 p. m. 12:25 a. m. Last car wails for theater car from Aun Arbor. Cars connect at \V_iyn_for Plymouth and Northville; at Ypsilanti for De- i,--... t. -.rn- ..nckson. -1 -R.C_IeS i Sa^e Kcnoy and Keep ia * "= Style by Reading McCall's Magazine and Usbg McCall Patterns WCALIS MAGAZIHE ______.'_ _i_a__a__B . will help you dress stylishly at a moderate cxiienscby keeping you posted on the latest fashions in clothes and hats. 50 Xew Fashion Designs tn each issue. Also valuable information on all homo and personal matters. Only SOc a year, including a free pattern. Subscribe today or send for free sample copy. McCall Patiernj wi 11 cual_lo you to mate in youi own home, with your own hands, clothing foi yourself and children which" .vill bo perfec. in stylo and fit. Price—none higher than 15 cents. Send forfre'o Pattern-Catalogue. 4 We Will Give Yon Fine Pr _sen_t for getting subscriptions among your friends.- Send for free "Premium Cataloguc-ah d-Cash Prizo (Offer. THE IIcCAlL COMPANY, 239 lo _49 West 37lh _i, NES Y0_J_ TT-CCRS _L _"_■"_ Carpets,, Rugs, MATTING-S, OIL CLOTH,. LINOLEUM, LAGE "' CURTAINS AND- - WINDOW SHADES - Burkhart Bros. PHONE 161. - FOR SHERIFF - Democratic iscket- Mr. William H. Stark of Ann Arbo, solicits your votes at the Democratic primaries to he held Tuesday, September 6, 1910. Mr. Stark is -well known throughout Washtenaw and is one of the ^earnest workers in the Democratic ranks. Has been a member ol the Ann Arbor council for the past six years and has never before asked for a county office. Was born in York township in 1873 and lived on the farm prior to entering the Livery and Sale Stable business in Ann Arbor. Your vote will be greatly appreciated. filifF 111 S___.Y_ES T3HB ___J3.__) ®S£__eIN Twine is a small item, but good twine saves a lot of expense in b__rves_ time. j_.v_ry time 3'our machine is stopped the delay costs }Tou money. Time in' harvest season is. air,-ays valuable, and sometimes extremely precious on account of the condition of weather or grain. Be sure you use the best twine,—-PLYMOUTH TWINE. Then you will be safe from the annoyances, delays, expenses, which ordinary twine causes. Plymouth Twine works perfectly in every machine. More of it is made and used every year than any other kind, because it is known to be the best and has been for years. Binds more sheaves with less expense, no knots, no breaks, ancl is guaranteed full length and extra strength. Get Plymouth Twine from the local dealer. Look for the wheat-sheaf tag. rv_/1 HIGH PRICED aUAtlTY , LOW PRICED CAR -?. iJjOlW Zh HIGH FULLY EQUIPPED'
|Title||1910-08-11; 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.|