1905-09-21; Saline Observer
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-■#>.., ..^ ■■. i: j.' ,.r,.|;,;.. : S*f*?5f «$ Sff^f '^'I5 ^ ' r* ■^^^m^m^WS, Tl-, * k. J. Warren, Editor. I4LINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THUBSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1905. VOL. XX V.—NO. £9 T J. If your home should be struck by Lightning, and then • realize that you could have saved it, had you used our Pure Soft Copper T Cable Lightning Rods , How much wiser Is the man who buys our Bods, protects his properly, and the lives, of those depending upon him, than the man who depends entirely upon insurance to save him. • Even, if the insurance would, repair the house, it could not bring back a member of the family'after the „ f a,tal stroke of lightning. \; Do you want to feel safe when the storm is raging? If so, let us rod your buildings with tho Best Rod and System on Earth. . Yours Truly, FLAVE D. FORD Saline, ZMZ±oZb__ School Books, School Supplies a complete line EIGHBORHOOD NEWS Happenings of Interest Gathered Jbr the "Benefit of Our "Readers. Clothes for ©,±5 1?iX€^ Cornet* Drusr Store ■pgfSWSW11 LJI.PWB , THIS SPACE BELONGS TO A. C. CLARKE # The Furniture Dealer of SaMns, NEW PRINTS at 5. and 6 cents, it - at 6, 8,10 and 121-2 cents. NEW. OUTING FLANNEL at 6; 8 and 10 cents. Chas. lurkharfc A Chelsea firm shipped a 9x12 rug to the state of Washington last week. Tne Incendiary fires at Plymouth continue and the reward for the capture of the guilty one frightens no one. Charles Fish of Chelsea, threshed 1250 bushels of oats from twelve acres of ground on his farm in Sharon township. Two Mies youngmen who" graduate from the U. of M., earned their schooling by selling popcorn on the streets of their home town. The M. E. church of Ypsilanti, is undergoing a^ series of repairs; as Is also the church Of Our. Lady of the Sacred Heart cf Chelsea. I)eeatui' Gotts brought to this city a hen's egg Tuesday morning that,only measures three-eighths of an inch in diameter. This is the smallest kind of fruit of this variety we have ever seen. The specimen is now on exhibition at our offlce.—Belleville Enterprise, A record-breaking cro,p o£ beans was raised this year by John Far-cell of Webster. The beans were planted on 3une $rd, cut on August 23rd, all in the barn on August 28th, and a sample brought to Dexter on August 30th; the total number from the time planted until in the barn being 87 days.—Dexter Leader. The local Typographical printers of Ann Arbor are experiencing a little strike for an eight-hour agreement. All offices have signer} this agreement but the ItichmOnd & Backus Co. which may eventually fall into line. Call-out nqtiees were served ou three union printers employed at the Scharf Tag & Label Co. of Ypsilanti, but as this is not a union offlce, the notice was not enforced. Owing to the desire of the president, Thomas Birkett, to be relieved of the active management, a controlling interest in the Dexter Savings Bank has. been sold vto Hon. Frank P. Glazier of Chelsea, who will have W: T. Bradford of Detroit, formerly in the state banking commissioner's office, associated with him. Mr. Birkett will remain as president and the following will compose the board of directors: Thos. Birkett, P. P. Glazier, W. T. Bradford, Wurster Blodgett and H. Wirt Newkirk.—Times. Ypsilanti is to have another important business addition in a new steam laundry, to ba-known as the Peerless Steum Laundry. Mr. O. J. Simons, for the past nine years with the White laundry, is installing a fine, entirely new plant in the Curtiss block, opposite Cleary college. The institution starts off with a Troy washer with 150 bhirt capacity, ironing machines, new up-lo date dry raonas and everything necessary for first class work. Mr. Simons, with his years of experience in the business, is capable of turning out good work, and he say3 he will try his best to serve^his friends and patrons with the best thac oan be had in his line.—Ypsilanti Daily Press. H. G. Seller of Fontaine, Ohio, who has the contract of grading the roadbed of the new Toledo & Ann Arbor line is working his gangs this week on Cady's farm seven miles heyond the city limits. The new electric line owns its own road bed ou the side of the roads all the way through. First of all the "slip" will have to be done, then the "wagon"' work is started. At present much oi the distance Is ready for laying the tracks, and the line should he in running order by spring. From ten to fifteen teanus are at work on Cady's farm. Just when the city will be reached it is impossible for the foreman to say at this time. Tbe franchise will become void if the work is not finished by August 27, 1906. That the line will come is certain.—W'ashte-' naw Union Record. Last winter J. B. Fay, vice-president and general manager of A^ C. McClurg & Co. of Chicago, was visiting Ypsilanti friends, and ou looking over the. set of Ypsilanti souvenir postal cards, was greatly pleased with the picture Of the Ypsilanti. high school. He said the firm wanted a handsome school build" ing picture to put on the cover of a fine new suhool tablet it was about to issue, and this is the handsomest public school he had yet found, and he took the picture homevwitH him. Asa result, the Ypsilanti dealers last week came out with the latest McClurg school tablet, "The American School System," which bears on its cover the attractive picture of our own high school. The tablet is of unusually good quality for a school tablet and a credit to the firm.—Ypsilantian. • »» » m * Church Items. BAPTIST Sunday School and B. vices as usual. Y. P. TJ. ser- CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ, Scientist. Sunday service 10:30 a. m. Subject, "Reality." Sunday School 9:15 a. m. Wednesday evening testimonial Service 7:30. Reading room open daily, Sundays excepted, from 2:30 to 4:30 p. m. All are welcome. METHODIST Rev. I. p. Springer, D. D., pastor. Class meeting 10:00 a. m. 10:30 a. in. preaching service, theme, "Treasure in Earthern Vessels." Sunday School 12 m. Junior League 3:30 p. m. Epworth League 6:30 p. m. Union evening service 7:30, theme, "Glory of Youth. — »-<♦- The Contented Man, Contented? "What malces him contented' The comforts, the struggles have gained, 4 Which men discontented invented, The safety, that fighters, obtained. Content in the- mire would still wallow,, With troglodytes huddled In caves. Or find in a tree's ready hollow The shelter an. animal craves. Content hinders progress and action And cultivates ignorant sloth, Counts study a sort of distraction. And: pities the follies of both. Content maketh freemen: dependent,. " And fastens the shackles on slaves. Its motion is ever descendant. To ditches and paupers' sad graves. But the reverent, hearty submission To Deity's footstool men bring, After toiling with, little irilition, Is a different, manlier thing. —W. J. Herbert. We are now showing our new fall line of Hart Schaffner & Marx, Stein- Bloch and College brand hand tailor- " ed clothes. The variety.of choice and high character of these famous makes are inducements for you to yisit our store before buying your winter suit or overcoat. .Men's sack suits, single and double breasted, for business and dress in all the new shades and fabrics §10.00 to $25,00 We carry these popular makes in shorts and stents for fat men, and and longs and slims for the fellow who is built the other way. Young men's suits, tnadafor young men, wide shoulders, large pants, not the over-grown boys' kind $6.50 to &18.00 Top Coats, Fall Overcoats and Raincoats $10.00 to $20.00 Tm Growing Old East And you know why, too. It's those gray haSrs! Don't you know that Ayer's Hair Vigor restores color to gray hair? Well, it does. And it never fails, either. It stops falling hair also, and keeps the scalp clean and healthy. Do not grow old too fast! "I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor lor many years and I should indeed be sorry to be obliged to do without it. It keeps my hair from turning pray ..and also keeps my scalp clean and healthy."—E. S. 1'EKWEI.D, Canyon City, Oregon. Hade by J. c. Ayer Co., loweU, Ibn. I Also-mannfactorflrB.off ?_ SARSARABILLA. PILLS. CHERRY PECTORAL. I Enormous Modern Power. Some one" has -estimated that the power generated in a modern steamship in a single'voyage across the Atlantic is enoughto.raisejfrom the Nile and set in place every stone of one of the great pyramids. . Locomotive Needs Much Oil.' A passenger locomotive needs about 120 gallons of oil each year to keep it in running order. Cremation in France. The cost of cremating a body France is only three francs. C. S. W0RTLEY & CO. We wish to thank the people for their liberal patronage in the past and especially during our mid-summer clearing sale. Our new fall merchandise is arriving daily and* will soon be ready tb^show you the finest line of Clothing and Furnishings ever shown in Saline. Again thanking you we are Yours for Good Clothes Nissly Clothing Co. •* i i New Got Off Cheap. He may yfell think, he has got off cheap,, who, after having contracted cbnstipation or indigestion, is still able to perfectly restore his health. Nothing will do this hut Dr. King's New liifePills. £. quick, pleasant and.cer- tain cure for headache, constipation, etc. 25c at the Corner Drug Store; guaranteed. in any form are dangerous, Health* des troyin£..aeath-dealing. 25 cents insures your life A trial jar ot "Hermit". Salve will prove itstofallibility. 23,& EOc AH druggists. Hermit Bemedy Co., Chicago, - We, the successors of W.j. Hauser, announce to the public and to Saline people that we are here to serve you and serve you right. .We havs a nice clean market and of - Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats, Bolognas, Sausage, Etc., we shall only keep the best. Tetzlaff & Corbett Carl TetzlaflT Harry Gorbett Phone No. 106. S ^■^^.L^to^. vV^f- :/M.-'% '"■■ "f "
|Title||1905-09-21; 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.|