1910-09-15; Saline Observer
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.-V** "__*_,* v.. r. I rill j_f._. -fia. _____ JsL A. J. WARBEN, Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1910. YOL. XXX.--NO 49 dh ) E___S_______ESgi***-__-^^ _*»___■""_____«___, _____ iiii_..__l <____ *~JL Is the first point to consider in selecting a Depositary for your money Your money in this bank is protected by Paid in Capital $25,000.00 Surplus and Profits $2,800.00 ' Additional Stockholders -Liabilities. $25,000.00." SAF'.G'J A__W_D l-.\ lhe Laws of tlie suite of Michigan and a Caonbiu Bo.'.rd of Dinetors. if* l£___&£&f__ fJHWil j-qB**?'**-*-***»5__g^ 'heeler's Brig Store ' A full line of r- at reasonable prices Second iiand books bought or exchanged ^^-r.r>t![«,;.|www ,___ §s_s* _,#-$_. m ^i -We have a limited number of 20 rod rolls of 12 bar 5 foot American Fence with number 7 top which *we>will sell at 28b per rod. This is an unheard of reduction and those who are in need of tence .should consider it. - We now have on our floor one of the new White Lily Electric Washers. It operates from any electric socket at a cost of less than 2c per hour. It is the simplest, most durable and most compact washer nif_de. It operates the wringer as well as the washer and is equipped with instantaneous reverse lever to reverse wringer should clothes bunch or snag. It \% the lowest in price, yet superior in every way. '-*_• GOTO ^:;:fDietik8f's Furniture Ston *<V' FOR Wool, Fiber,-.Body Brussels, Wilton Velvets, Axininsters and Tapestry Brussels. Woodoleura for borders. We also carry a nice line of Lace Curtains and window shades.' GhsusL'Dieti.hev «£ Son _ ■.»- **a _. HALLEY'S .COMET ON FIRE The State Fair Will Show New Features in Its Fir_v__r_s This Vear. Ia preparing tbe fireworks program for the earning state fair, Sept. ______ 24th, 'the*Gregory.■Fireiyorks Oo:, at Chicago, will present lo the public many new'feature* -wtitch hmre never before been attempted ia the field *of' .pyrotochny. _Tirewo_1_s- experts will work for _a»Btt_. at_.a t___a».im developing a mejr i*ea and .their. e___-*-_-, at least so far" as the Michigan fair program-is concerned, will meet"-with a most decided success. In all there will be seventy-two numbers to be seen during fair week, these to be seen in addition to the "Fall of Port Arthur," a night spectacle which is expected to create a thrilling interest. One of -the new numbers never before ■ presented to the 'public will be "Halley's Comet." This feature is accomplished by discharging a thirty- inch shell high in the heavens, which sends forth an immense parachute bearing a beautiful magnesium light, representing the head "o'f the comet. Aluminum gerbs throwing out' long trailers of illuminatins *res represent the tail of the comet." This ls a most spectacular number and"will "be shown at the Michigan fair for the first time in the country. "My Country, 'Tis of Thee" is the title of another elaborate figure to be presented in fireworks. ' It represents the facade of the "White. House at -Vasbington with Old Glory floating from the dome. ' The heroic figure of a Plowman is seen in the right foreground and that of a National Guardsman on the left. Brilliantly colored fires outline the picture and there is a mammoth battery discharging fires from the right and left, meeting in a canopy over the entire scene. This is also an exceedingly difficult presentation covering 2,500 square feet of space in the heavens. "The Shower of Pearls," "The Star and Garter," "Michigan Peacock," and other special pieces will make up the diversified and highly interesting nightly programs of fireworks. "The Michigan Peacock," in particular, is described as more than an ordinary number. "When the huge bird first appears, its tail is shown folded, but by a mechanical device the feathers spread out like a fan with a shower of sparks from the ends of the feathers. There ^.ill be an elaborate piece of illumination used each night with constantly changing colors which will light up the entire exhibition field in a weird and wonderful manner,? forming a spectacular background for the set pieces which follow in rapid succession. All in all, it is safe to say that the state fair fireworks program this year will be the most wonderful and elaborate-fireworks display ever seen in the state. -____. -_-_.y^gyyW7^row__F_^___T__^_^^_-_^_;m^__;-. BIG INTEREST IN HORSE SHOW, Nightly Display of Equine Performers at-State Fair Will Be Sensational. Perhaps no other single feature of the many good things being arranged for at the Michigan State Fair, which takes place In-Detroit, Sept. 19-2_t-_, has attracted so much Interest as the nightly horse show, In the big show ring in front of the grand stand. Interest in -torses in Michigan," and Detroit especially, bas not wanted in the past few years, and "W. C. Morgan, superintendent ^of the horse ^fiow, has met "with flattering success in interesting the big stables in Michigan, Illinois, Ohio and, Kentucky in this nightly feature. The best the breeders have produced .vill be shown in a large number of classes, while celebrated men and' women drivers and riders will •also appear, to show their favorites. All manner of horses _vM he included, the gaited saddlers, high-stepping harness horses, roadsters, the business horses, the high school horses— all will be given their chance to please and the many "special ribbons and prizes will, be fought for in a spirited manner. Those who follow the breeding game as applied to horses will be pleased at the class at stables represented in the entries thus far, and the nightly horse show will in itself draw thousands to the grand stands each night. in.ll EC get Immediate relief from I: SIX J Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment. TERRIFYING EXPERIENCE. Ship Rolls-Over on Capt. Sorclio and He Burrows His" Way Through the Mud. Detroit United Lines. Between Saline and Ypsilanti Leaves Saline 6:4.0 a. m; 7:45 a. m; 9:40 iv. tn. and every two hours to ll:40sp. m also 12:50 a. m. Leave Ypsilanti 6:00 a. m; 7:15 a. m; 8:50 a. m. and eyery two hours to 10:50 p. m. 12:25 a. m. Last car waits for theater car from tAnn Arhorv Cars connect at Waynefor Plymouth ana Northville; at Ypsilanti for De trolt aud Japkeon. The most teretfjias es*-*«i_ice that eTer befell CafcrtaTn Louts' ©orcho, the deep sea. diver' who will appear on tho Midway at the coming Michigan state fair, happened while he was working- on the wreck of a large pas- se__ger-"steanier off Barnegat, N. J. H« was ■earching for th» bodies of the passengers and while in the cabin of the steamer, the vessel rolled over, -making him a prisoner. Luckily his air hose was not broken or checked and while he was unable to answer the signals of his tenders on the surface, the latter continued to send him the life-giving air through the liose. For nearly.two hours he was 'busily engaged in burrowing his way out through the mud in which the vessel lay. His life lines a'nd air hose were hopelessly entangled in the wreckage sd, he saved himself hy cutting them "free, casting off his weighted belt and shoes. The air inside his armor brought him 'to the ton with- a rush, and there lie was fished out toy 'his men more dead than alive. It is in telling about and describing such experiences and then, showing how they happen under water that Captain Sorcho has achieved his Tepu- tatlen as an entertainer second to none. Everywhere he iias shown his diving act it lia& made a great hit and the state fair management considers itself fortunate in the extrem* in being able to present Sorcho to Michigan,people. The widespread interest ia aquatics, it is believed, will result in Sorcho's show being a strong drawing card at the state fair. •""■.'-*->- '**£-.. i **•_ __ ,._,* «_ *_» * _-S_- _* tc^'-wiy*._■_*>■■ ■*'"." _. . ..'*** * '.- ' - *■ _ **'s * -' _ _****.*v2f ^V' V Z-2? *. -■ ':J ^'Wjrpj.w. - £$_£- C^T* .;*-^p >-__'___»-"_-.-- **■_■_ ■ • ■*-*--•.'-; -'-£y -***•■ _■_ , r- ■-*"' WRIGHT AEROPLANE. CIRCLING GROUNDS Showing the "wonderful maneuvers to be seen at the'coming Michigan. State Fair, Detroit, Sept. 19-2'4th. CZEMA. the inost hopless cases curefl with""Hermit" Salve, guaranteed. AU druggists. 25 and -Jo. Book free. Hermit Remedy Co.. ChicaSO. KugnhagogSGiatsesapGoxSp Hen, tralgia. Kid&ey Trouble and EaSarippe* A reliable preparation for "both internal and external use that gives quick relief to'the sufferer. Applied externally It stops all aches aad pains. Taken inten-ally it dissolves the poisonous substance and assists nature in restorine the system to a healthy condition. Sold by druggists. One Dollar per bottle, or sent prepaid upon receipt of priCB if not obtainable in your locality. J. O. BENSON, Sard's, Tenn., writes: -"Tour "5- DROPS" has cured my wife ot Rheumatism and Ifour- aigla, and 1 wanc to say that it ib worth one hundred dollars a bottle Instead ot only ono dollar.1' WRITE TO-DAY for a trial bottle of "5-D rop3* and test it yourself. We will gladly send it to you postpaid, absolutely free. - SWAHSON RHEUfmiS GURE BOMPACT, -| Dept. SO 174 Hake Street, Chicago g| <<ww____»_siJ REMEMBER THE NAF_1E ii 5-DROPS ?S" Burkhart Bros. PHONE 161. \ II me SATES TIME. €S_HL_____t? J$ Twine is a small item, but good twine saves a lot of expense in harvest time. Every ,time your machine is stopped the delay costs you money. Time in harvest season is always 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 thg annoyances, delays, expenses, which ordinary twine causes. Plymouth Twine works perfectlj" in eyeiy inachine. More - of it is made and Used every yearthan1 any other Kind, because it is known to be the best and has been for years. Binds more sheaves with less ex-., pense, no knots, no breaks, and is guaranteed full length and extra, strength.^ Get Plymouth Twine from the local dealer.. Look for the wheat-sheaf tag. Use Plymouth Rope, ithas the same high quality • as our twine. n -oun I have tlie "Waterman, Onoto, Laugh- lin,' Turner, and -the Special, the best pen bargain. Everyone guaranteed to give satisfaction. E. __-__. CRESSY -Jeweles? and Optloian S-p____?±_____a_g Clea_a_i_D.g will make things bright and fresh. Keep them so by using ■ELECT-RIG LIGHTS \ 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. Washtenaw Light & Power Co. Use OBSERVER Liners *? *.•_.&-._.
|Title||1910-09-15; 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.|