1905-03-09; Saline Observer
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lVrt^ ^6?W»W* >u.4~»'- -W ^nI||U'. *.** lt| l„ If*- I* - *' I? I* '"' IV &.. J. WARREN, Editor. ,? i;.; / SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1905. VOL. XXV.---NO. 21 When you are looking for, Remember that i£J» x. ' has a full line of Bookers, Book Oases, Rugs, , Music Cabinets, Screens, Couches, j Center Tables, Carpet Sweepers and all other articles found in an. up^to-date Furniture Store. ,* Call and see them. . . ■ « The only rod and system indorsed by Mutual Insurance Companies everywhere in the United States. Call at our store and see the Artificial Thunderstorm which showsyou with your eyes, how lightning is made and how easy to control. FLAVE D. FORD Agent for Washtenaw county WEINMANN # MATTHEWS "Corner Drug Store" Sell the Old Reliable Climax Cough Cuire g 25 cent "feotf es f or SOc. This is a special-offer for a short time only. ■• <e: ■ I will offer my entire line of boots ancl sjioes, JJuhber Goods excepted, at twenty per cent discount from ttfe regular price, also all cotton flannels, dress skirts, nf$n'f>, ladies* and. children's underwear, fleeced lined hosiery. And thirty per cent on all suits. We haye several good suits for boys, they must go.. IN GROCERIES j a twenty per cent discount on all soap, can goods, teas and molasses. I am loaded on these goods. We guarantee every article first class and will oiler nothing that is under value. We have other lines that we shall offer during this sale. Just another word. We have 'added a delivery wagon and in the future *ve shall ask for a liberal " patronage and feel that it will be your pleasure to ••> i grant it. Do not give us ALL your patronage we do not ask it. but do appreciate a liberal share. S.T. FAIRBANK EIGHB0RH00D NEWS 4% Happenings of Interest Gathered for tbe "benefit of Oar "Reader*. The country roads around Nbrth- ville are in a very bad condition, - the "going" being" neither sleighing nor- wheeling, but a combination ^pf snow banks and bare ground which in places is almost impassable.—Free Press; The removal of the burnt walls of the High School building of Ann Ar- bor-and piling the brick on the campus has been'let to John Wisner and the contract for the erection of the new building to Malcolmson & Higginbot- tom, at a cost of about $200,000. A boy who 3'l years ago "beat his way" Into the county fair is now a man and his conscience troubled him, so he wrote a letter to D. B. Sutton, treasurer of the Washtenaw county fair association, inclosing 25 cents to pay the debt. He did not sign his name nor pay interest.—Ex. The other day a couple of little girls came to one of our prominent physician's office to be vaccinated. One of them undertook tg^rjpeak for the other and explained: "Doctor, this is my sister. She Is too young to know her left arm from her right, so mamma washed both of them.—Hillsdale Leader. A man who claimed to be an electrician applied at the home of W. H. Slauson for board and lodging Thursday, and when leaving the house at noon gave ihe landlady 50 cents with which to pay for his trunk when it arrived. Later it was discovered tbat a pocketbook containing §18 had disappeared from the room adjoining the one given the man and as he has not returned the police are looking for him.—Ypsilanti cor. Times. Mrs. John Heenan of Hillsdale, was a grandmother at 31, and now at 5S is a great grandmother. That's great. A picture should be taken of the four generations, and as the great granddaughter reaches the age of her fore mothers the fifth generation is an easy possibility with Mrs. Heenan only 75. The great granddaughtei'Tnay be older than her, grand aunt. Who knows? In Hillsdale county everything is possible, except it democratic victory*— Adrian Press. Oscar Gaudett, a woodman in the camps at Norway has had an artificial hone put in his arm and it is expected that he will have the use of it when the muscles form about it.—Ex. Upper peninsula woodsmen give the following as signs that there will be an early spring: Swelling buds in the hardwood trees; cliugins of' bark to* the trees; sap springing in birches, and needles loosening on pines..—Ex. . Mrs. Hannah Marlatte, one of the oldest residents of Oakland county, has just celebrated her ninety-first birthday by a family gathering, herself superintending, preparing aud serving a banquet. Two families were present, .each of which represented four generations.—Free Press. ' . It is reported that the Finns" residing in.the northern peninsula are in receipt of appeals for help from friends and relatives in Finland. Letters to local Finns say that since the war started tlie country is niore or less neglected and tbe people are worse off than at any time for some years before hostilities began. Jn many regions manufacturing has been neglected and business in general has suffered. The appeal for aid comes direct from, the people and through the Finnish newspapers df this country and Finland. Michigan Finns are freely responding to the call for aid and it' is expected that a large amount of money will be poured into the mother country. A Slight Mistake. A certain young gentleman of the village, so the story goes, was calling upon his lady love on Sunday after- uoon. A knotty Bible questiou was engaging their attention and, after repeated unsuccessful attempts to find the answer, the young lady suggested 'phoning the minister. So the young man called up-central in this wise: "Hello, central!' Has Rev. So-and-So a.'ph.one?" .and;the answer came.back: "No, but we ean give you , the justice of the..\f)eacef* will- he do?"-rJjake Odessa. Times.* Council Proceedings Regular session of the common council held Monday evening, March 6, with President McKinnon presiding Trustees present, Henne," Schairer, Gillen and Fowler; Absent Rhodes. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. The following bills were ordered paid: " C. H. Carveu street work 1.50 E. M. Henne merchandise 6.51 C. H. Carven marshall, care t'mps 9 00 .T. Clough street work 4.00 Council adjourned A. J. Warren, J. McKinnon Clerk. President. Treasurers Report Amount on hand April 1904 114.80 Received for liquor tax 928.13 " ". Billiard license 4.75 " " Street license 1.00 " " Hay in cemetery 7.00 " Sale of cemeter/lots 305.00 " Use of vault . 19. 00 " Tax Roll 1038.10 $2217.88 DISBURSEMENTS Paid from contingent fund $243.94 Paid for lighting ' 696.17 Paid from fire fund 84.00 Paid from cemetery fund => 68.53 Paid for sidewalks 245.88 Paid for street work and gravel 156.62 §1494.59 Balance on hand March 9, :05 $723.29 Fred Burkhart Village Treasurer. We kpo\p what all good doctors think of Ayer's Cherry^ Pectoral. Ask your own doctor and find out. He will tell Cherry | Pectoral you how it quiets the tickling throat, heals the inflamed lungs,, and controls the hardest of coughs. JS Ayer'8 Cherry Pectoral is -well fcnoyn in oar family. "We think it is the bestmedipine in the -world for coughs and coWs". Katib PETBnsoJ?.¥?ta.lttipaa,CalT, 25c.,50c..gr.<)0. .J.O.ATBUC0!., All druggists." J!-.„ J.owell. ^Mass. I0p «<pr "•Br? ■W- ■(■aaaawiB) imssmmmmfwm$mamsmBBmmmamm One of Acer's- Pills at bedtime will hasten recovery. Gently laxative. PROTECTED! B\ THE GUARANTEE Ifo Dyspeptic should hesitate to try Fepsicola Tablets on these terms. Thousands who Were once the victims of indigestion and stomach trouble are now well and" -strong through the use of P-epsikqla (ablets. People wh.o4 have suffered, the agonies of indigestion for-' years are dally broughjt back to'perfect*"health, and the proprietors* of ihis remarkable prescription have such entire confidence in its virtue and power that they have given a written GuaranteejOontraot to Weinmann & Matthews agreeing to refund the 25 cents, in case tbe remedy fails to benefit as claimed. s If you are nervous, despondent, careworn and without energy, -or if you have..dizzy spells, heartburn, coated tongue or sour stomach .just make up your mind to try Pepsikola tablets and obtain relief. - The manufacturers are so sure that Pepsikola tablets will aid and strengthen your digestion, make the rich red blood course through your veins and put new life, new energy, and new vigor into]fyour stomach that they have instructed Weinmann & Mat? thews to tell all dissatisfied purchasers that they can have their money back; cheerfully and without, argument. If taken thi3 month, keeps you well all summer. It makes the little -ones eat, sleep and grow. A spring tpni& for the., whole family. ijo.fli.ster's Rp^ckV MjMntainvTea: gap. Tea or Tablets. ^be*lVv^«^macy~*l Two months more of winter and we are selling at a big reduction all lines of heavy weight goods. Men's Suits: After our inventory we find some of our lines badly broken and to close out these lots are offering them at prices that will interest the most conservative buyer. Our overcoats, are moving rapidly but still have a good selection and at the prices we are making on them ought not earsy over a single garment. We are making a special effort in our boy's overcoat department.and are offering all boys' and children's overcoats at prices that will pay you to buy for onother yeor. We can seav you money on heavy sweaters, heavy pants, corduroy suits and coats. C. S. W0BLEYT & CO. More Bargains All Men's Winter Suits and Overcoats must be sold We never carry oyer from season to season—so we've cut the price to do business. Come in and look them over. Our Great Sale of all Heavy Goods continues till our winter stock is exhausted. ■ Men's Underwear Specials All our 50c*grades now 40c All our $i.oo grades now 87c All our $1.25 grades -now 98c All our $1.50 grades now $1.19 BUY NOW AND SAVE MONEY. " In our big sale of Trousers are some fine'bargains. SPECIAL:- ' ; Any $5.00 Pant for $3.89. [ ,: Any $4.00 Pant for $3.19. Come in and investigate". YOURS FOR GOOD CLOTHING- Nissly Clothing Co, Call and see my line of fancy Setli Thomas Clocks \ :\ They are beauties. E, H, Cressy, •■I .- J-eweh* atid -Optician! I. '■^-■^^.w^t'^ .-.' . - .?'* >■ t&aa*'
|Title||1905-03-09; 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;|
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