1908-07-30; Saline Observer
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J1 * .. «&•« BSERVER. A. J. WARREN. Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THUKSt)AY, JULY 80, 1908. VOL. XXVIII.—NO 42 Nine men of sound judgment and ripe experience, direct our affairs. Daniel Nissly Geo. J.Feldkamp . Gottlieb C. Mann Webb E. DePuy Julius H. Feldkamp We pledge careful management, courteous treatment and respectfully solicit your business. Chas. Burkhart Arthur A. Wood Gottiob Hertler Frank Rose OFFICERS Charles Burkhart, Daniel Nissly, Arthur A. Wood, G. A. Lehman, W. T, Bradford., .' President 1st Vice President 2nd Vice President Cashier Auditor Wheeler's Pharmacy &as a full line of STAPLE Goods including Jewelry, Silverware, Toilet Articles, Books, Stationary, Etc. "Pittsburgh Perfect" Fences The Best Because 1. Sfcayslare Electrically Welded to the strands forming a perfect union aud »n amalgamation with the strands not found in any other fence, 2. All stay wires are made as heavy as intermediate, line wires. A fence, like a chain, is only as strong as tho lightest material in it. Think this over carefully. 3. No wraps to got loose, to hold moisture and cause rust. 4. No projections to injure stock or tear wool from sheep. ^ S Stronger at the joints than any other fence. Welded together with electricity. 6. Guaranteed that the wire is not injured at the joints 7. Guaranteed adjustable to uneven ground. 8. Guaranteed that stays will not separate from joints. „ 9. Guaranteed all right in every particular. 10. Made by the most modern process and on the latest improved machinery. 11. Most of the weak points in other fences are on account of the way he stays are fastened," Our stavs are atnalgainatdd with the strands by means of electricity and the strength of the fence increased a hundredfold over the strength of a fence where the stays are wrapped or clamped on the strands. You may pay more money"for other fences but you cannot get as good a fence ,vs "Pittsburgh Perfect." F. D. Ford, Agent ADVERTISE in the It is stated that upwards of one hundred of Ann Arbor's citizens are touring in Europe. The 2Sth Michigan infantry will hold its annual re-union in Manchester in September. At the ripe old age of So years, John C. "W. Greening, father of Greening Bros., and founder of the Monroe Nurseries, is dead. Albert Chamberlain of Jackson and James M. Hutchinson of Lansing have started to walk from Jackson to Yellowstone National park and the Indian reservations of North Dakota. The civil cases against the young farmers who caused the reign of terror in Scio have been settled and they have been bound ov<-r to the October term of circuit court on the criminal charges. The Woman's league of the University of Michigan has purchased six acres in "Sleepy Hollow," adjoining the observatory, for an athletic ground for girls. There will be tennis courts, basketball grounds and other field and outdoor sports, together with a skating rink in the winter.—Ypsilantian. In the civil settlement, Louis Weid- man, Henry Klager, Rudolph Wagner, Louis Schwarte, Joseph Roehni and John Burkhart have paid Dr. Gates of Ann Arbor for demolishing his automobile. Henry Weidman, Louis Schwartz, Henry Klager and Rudolph "Wagner have paid Farmer Spriiigman for the death of his horse, and Hartman, Klager and Swartz have paid him for cutting up his wire fence.—Chelsea Tribune. A singular accident happened at Herman Welsh's near Brooklyn last week. A horse was eating in the yard where a baby cab was standing. Its tail caught on some part of the cab and the horse became frightened and ran dragging the cab. It ran into a barbed wire fence and was badly cut/—Enterprise. Some of the farmers in Allen, Mich., are experiencing a visitation which promises to be serious unless some relief is found quickly. Rose bugs in swarms, droves and multitudes have taken possession. Peaches are eaten, i leiaving the stones hanging to the ! trees, grapes are being ruined and all I small fruit spoiled.—Hudson Gazette. State Game Warden Pierce has been I advised that fish in many lakes and j streams of the state are dying, those j in Lake Michigan being affected. G. C. Lydell, of, the fish hatchery at Grand j Rapids is of the opinion that the fish ! are suffering from lack of food as no t other cause can be found." Warden Pierce says that he recently found large numbers of small perch along the shores of Lake Michigan. IT. of M. students each year reau 4,000 dime novels of the blood-and- j thunder-wildwest kind. An Ann Arbor j dealer in magazines confesses that he ' orders yearly over 3.500 of these books. j These 3,500 volumes are about equally i divided among eleven- publications, Dick Carter,. Wide Awake, Pluck and Luck, Diamond Dick, Brave and Bold, Buffalo Bill, Boys of '76, Tip Top, Work and Win, Wild West an-d Secret Service. A strange point is that the ; greatest number is drawn out at examination time, probably for relief from "boneing."—Chelsea Standard. Finger Moved in Casket Given up by the family physician as dead and placed in a coffin, Gharles Balcolm of Worcester, Mass., 31 years old, son of Frank Balcolm, had a miraculous escape from being buried alive. His mother noted the twitching of a finger as the undertaker was ready to screw the lid in place. Balcolm- details Ms feelings as lie sank into a coma, which his doctor believed to be death. He was unconscious at the time it was discovered he was alive, but he was resuscitated by powerful restoratives.—Daily Press. 1 IMPLEMENT DEPARTMENT LOOKS I BRIGHTER. i V. V. Green, superintendent of the ■ implement and machinery department , of the Michigan State Fair, reports that space which has been assigned to ; his department is well taken, and \ present indications are that every foot j of available space will be gone be- | fore the fair opens. The 1907 maehin- j ery exhibit was very large, in fact it i was supposed to be as extensive as ' could ever be made; but this year it is | very apparent that the number of ex- j hibits -will be greatly increased, and j there are a number of new things • never before shown which will be seen J at the coming fair. There is no de- ; partment of the state fair that is of ! such educational interest to the farmer as the machinery department. Superintendent Green, who is secretary and treasurer of the "Onion Transfer and Storage company of Detroit, ia thoroughly versed in the handling of all kinds of machinery, having spent the greater portion of his life at that business, and it may be depended upon that he will maintain the highest possible standard in his department, which will be appreciated by the farmers of the state. A We haye several brands of Coffee and all sell more or less, but we have dedided to push the sale of The J. M. BOTJR Celebrated, best quality goods in connection with Keeno Blend, the Best 18 cent coffee sold in Washtenaw. We will take these different kinds of coffee dump them in a barrel, making a blend that woufd average IS cents wholesal and until this is sold you can buy it at 12 1-2 cents per pound, not more than five pounds will be sold to any one party- This blend will make a coffee first iu strength and in flavor. Take a 5-pound lot aud save at least one half of the regular purchase price. A good frieud of ours made us a special low price on a Hour called SEAL OF MICHIGAN. This is a good dour and every sack warranted satisfactory. Saturday we will sell this Hour for 57 cents per saek. As long as it lasts not more than two sacks to any one party. 3 ust Exactly Kistht. "I have used Dr. King's New Life Pills for several year3, and find them just exactly right," says Mr. A. A. 'Felton of Harrisville, N. Y. New Life Pills relieve without the least discomfort. Best remedy for constipation, ■biliousness and malaria. 25c at O. C. Wheeler's Pharmacy. There will be plenty of opportunity for the visitors at the fair this year to secure good meals. Ten churches in the city of Detroit have secured space and will furnish meals and iunches to state fair visitors. It goes without saying that church societies take great pride in furnishing good meals at reasonable prices, and they have assured the mteuiagement of th« fair that this year they will be'better than ever. — *«x -.. Fresh Doughnuts. Try placing doughnuts in a hot oven for a few minutes before serving. Then put them, one at a time, in a small bag containing a little powdered sugar and shake well. In this way doughnuts several days old seem nearly as fresh as those just made. Juicy Steak. Cut beefsteak in large paeces, dip in cold water, flour, and fry in hot lard. Try this and you. will taste a delicious piece of juicy steak. The Remedy That Does. "Dr. King's 2STew Discovery is the remedy that does the healing, others promise but fail to perform," says Mrs. E. E. Pierson of Auburn Centre, Pa. "It is curing me of throat and lung trouble- of long standing, that other treatments relieved only temporarily. New Discovery is doing me so much good that I feel confident its continued use for a reasonable length of time will restore me "to perfect health." This renowned cough and cold remedy and throat and lung healer is sold at O. C. Wheeler's Pharmacy. 50c and 51. Trial bottle free. NIAGARA FALLS ANNUAL LOW FARE EXCURSION THURSDAY, ATJ'GTJST 20 Apply to Lake Shora Agents for Special Niagam Falls booklet, giving all details. 42 Lake Shore Ry. We handle a factory line of Wrappers, they are made full and of a splendid quality of percale. We haye been successful in getting the price down so we can retail chem for SI.00. We solicit your wrapper patronage. Wo are getting in new music every week, Call iu, play them over and make your selection. Remember our Specials, Saturday. SALINE CO-OPERATIVE CO Burkhart Bros. Foley's Kidney Cure makes kidneys end bladder right \ "Saline Ball Team" 2 for 5c * E. H, Cressy,. • Jeweles? and Optician.
|Title||1908-07-30; 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.|