1909-08-26; Saline Observer
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iiti * " '$% * ~* ■ • > -x * 4&*i-\ /L J. Warren. Editor-. SAU$£, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY. AUGUST £6, 1909. VOL. XXIX.-N© 46 SALINE SAVINGS BANK The best Bank for the business man, the farmer, the wage earner, the housewife and the children. Open an account and be convinced. You can do it with only ONE DOLLAR. . SAVINGS BANK .DIRECTORS Chas. Burkhart Gottlob Hertler G. J. Feldkamp G. C. Mann J. H. Feldkamp • A. A. Wood Webb E. .DePuy Frank Rose.. Charles Burkhart, President Geo. A. Lehman, Cashier _ Arthur A. Wood, 2pd Nice Bres. W. TfBradford. Auditor s SAVES TIME AND GRAIN ..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 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 ex- m n«p'e< 1(1)81 the iflfilt nip miiiiif (I euMwIiit. F. D, FORD * Wheeler's Pharmacy has a full line of including Jewelry, Silverware, Toilet Articles, Books, Stationary, Etc. 5S3M JUST LISTEN I am^selling Fletcher's Castoria. for only ^5e« Why do you pay 35c elsewhere? -;-'-' I have nicer penny postals than you can get in Saline 2 for 5c. Come and see. 3^i E. H- Cressy, Jfaiwelev and. Optician. Wa£tf.i«Ui^!JSi3K!r3eJ?a-H!KS This Day Thou Shaft Work Tor Me. "Come work in my vineyard," calls the Master, "Good pay will I give thee, come, begin work today, The land is standing idle, life garden growing to weeds, Skilled or unskilled workers of all kind I need. .••This day thou shalt work for me. Pause nor delay one moment, not tomorrow, today, To pause is doubtful, waiting, shiftless, delay is dangerous, My beautiful vineyard is sadly neglected, And he who is willing today, let him start. This day thou shalt work for me. 'Tis oft we hear the Master call, So oft we let that call unheeded pass. We have work of our own today, we will not lay aside, His work can be done another day. This day we ought to work for Him. Brothers, Sisters of the worm, standing idly gazing,, Begin work today, it matters not how small, Though poor indeed your talent be, use it.all, The effort God will bless and reward. This day tho"u shalt work/for Him. ■"..Wait- not for an education, or opportunities, ! To display your college culture, or eloquence grand, Each hour, each day, the. Master's work we cau do, Something always at our door, if we but let it in. This day thou shalt work for Him.' When the Master sounds his call, > His Holy Spirit He largely imparts to all, To use it or to lose it at your sweet'will, Far more value is that Holy Spirit, than'all college culture. This day thou shalt work for me. At home or abroad, on land or on sea, In the green stillness of the country or in olty wicked", In the prison-cells or in churohes anywhere, everywhere, True and earnest christian labors are needed. This day thou shalt work for me. " Time is flying, men are crying, sinners are dying, Tbe sin sick soul is begging a crumb or drop. The sick and afflicted in,agony lay, The old and forsaken, the. weak and the fallen, All need assibtance for'-, their Sorrowing souls today. If you this day in idleness spend, some .soul might die And lose the sweetest thought of living, If to college yon must go remember the'vineyard work - as you go, Not one golden moment must you J[Q§g« Those precious sweet momenta never can. he i-eoalled. When t^e. go,ld,e.n howl ja hrctKen or life's slender thread T^a $w,ajn, 4a. sn.3RP.sd.i B0 earthly skill can repair it, A.qfl the wailing of the lost soul, no" heavenly skill can / save.it, Today is the day, too late may be tomorrow. This day thou shalt work-for. me. Mowers we can never.be except we have been tillers and sowers, ... - , - . Thro' sunshine and storm, scorching heat^or blinding' rain, Aside you must cast your work, For the Master aays truely, "This day.thou shalt work for me," And Oh! what pleasure, what joy and peaceful heart, When the Master, His Angel messenger sends, To call you to His blest abode. The crown,"the robe, and sceptre golden, to you He gives, And with words, loving, tender, behold your pay, "For thou didst work for ma that day." —Written by Mrs. Wm. Martin. Watch this spaee next week for BARGAINS SALINE GO-OPEMTITE CO PHONE 86, mm DeWitt's Little Early Risers, \h% safe sure, easy, gentle 1^1$ ltyev'^llsl The original 'CajboJJze^ "Wfteb Hazel Salve ^-$ejfitr§: Th& nam^i, i& plainly stamped^on every Box. Itj is "good for cuts,,'buWisj bruises," sores, bpUs and sunburn—hut it is" ^specially good, for Piles. Sold, ljy' all druggists." <} Alaaka U»jn.g Many ©redgopa. The greatest demand for gold, dredgers in the world now comes rromi "Alaska, and a manager of a big New- Yor.j company that manufactures dredgers has arrived in Tacoma to in- restlgate tbe sluation. He says more dredgers will be shlppd to Alaska thSfi summer than are now being operated., in the northern cam.B& Iwift'rteg fcw dredgers ar& ©.ftm^ng; "ftWEft sLectfona «f AJflsk^ n,ex«r- •feef.we'^ea.rd, of. The feJ£$$ W8&3 n.atu.ra.tty- ajre coming \\on\ (jisirictg in 'Which heavy dredging machinery is already being used.— San Francisco Chronicle. . STOHXA. The Kind You Have Always Bafll Do not be deceived by unscrupulous imitators who would havg.yo,u. heltev© that the i,mftati$m pi»8 arenas good as PeWttV'8 Kite©? *»« Bladder Pills, ybere isn't anything just as good as these wonderful pills for the relief of Back-ache, Weak Back, inflamation of the bladder, urinary disorders .and all kidney complaints. Any ong.can take DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills as directed in perfect cCfflfjdenee of. good, results,, gale* by ^Hj-druggists, .- '"-*.'.. , *£&" " 3 Subscribe for the OBSERVER V. Detroit United Lines. Between Saline and Ypsilanti Leaves Saline 7 a, in; 8:15 a. m; 10 a. every two hours' to 10 p. 11:15 p. m. and 12:15 a. m. Leave Ypsilanti 6:30 a. m; 7:50 a. m; 8:50 a. m. every two hours to 10:50 p. 11:45 p. m. Last car waits for theater car from Ann Arbor, : Cars connect at Waynetor Plymouth and Northville; at Ypsilanti for Detroit and Jackson. m. and m also and m tfca»% *1 ins vm tou nava Always Church Items. Standard Tina© * BAPTIST Rev. John F. Tree, Pastor. 10:00 a. m. Preaching Service. 11:15 Sunday School. 6:80 B. Y. P. TT. service. 7:30 p. m. Preaching Service. Mid-week prayer meeting Thursday evening 7:30 p. m. PRESBYTERIAN Rev. H. M. Morey, Pastor. 10:00 a. m. Preaching Service. 11:15 a. m. Sunday School. 6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor. 7;SQ p. m. Thursday evening prayer meeting. EVANGELICAL. Rev. Theo. G. Papsdorf, pastor. 9:3jTa. m. Preaching Service, 10:30 a. m. Sunday School, 7:30 p. m. First Wednesday of each month Y. P. S. METHODIST Rev. Howard Goldie, pastor. 9:30 a. m. Class meeting. 10:00 a. m. Preaching service. 11:30 a. to. Sunday School. 8:00 p. m. Junior League. 6:30 p. m. Epworth League 7:30 p. m. Thursday evening prajer meeting. ' ■ - CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of ChrisC Scientist, Nissly hall. • Sunday service t10:60 a. m. Subject fo*r Aug. 29, "Christ Jesus." Wednesday evening meeting at 7:00. Reading room open daily, Sundays excepted, from 2:00 to 4:00 p. m. All are cordially invited to the services and the Reading Room. All Men's and Women's Oxfords in tairand black ".;<■ We have a few Shirt Waists left at . BARG-AEST PRICES We have arranged to handle the Hamilton Carhart overalls. None better. We have the best work shoe for men at $2;00 A <:a thet you can buy, try them -; : Burkhart Bros: 7- Seeding lime is about here and now is the time to; bargain for "Homestead" fertilizer. This is no experiment, try some on your wheat ground and see the results There is no better fertilizer on the market than "Homestead."- Ask your neighbors who have used it. If you have never used it, try a few hundred pounds on part of a field and prove its value. For sale by 48 C00I/BR0S. GRAIN CO. «--; y-;c- 3*.- V;?. I COFFEE \ Gives Universal Satisfaction. Its Purity, . . Strength and Delicious. Flavor Commend it to All Lovers of Good Coffee. Sold only In Mb air-tight packazei. " Ask your Grocer lor 1HO-KA Coffee.
|Title||1909-08-26; 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.|