1911-02-02; Saline Observer
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'*) SS A. J. Warren. Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, FEB TJARY 2, 1911. VOL. XXXI.--NO 17 INGS BANK Pays THREE PEE CENT interest on SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. Issues attractive 3 per cent Certificates of Deposit. Furnishes pass book and checks and gives close attention to every CHECKING ACCOUNT. Issues Drafts payable in ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. Issues SELF IDENTIFYING TRAVELERS CHECKS payable in any country on the map. Makes collections on all parts of the world at reasonable rates. Places Fire Insurance in STRONG RELIABLE COMPANIES. Rents Safety Deposit Boxes for ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. f --Draws all kinds of legal papers and conveyances. f Loans money in large or small amounts for long or short time ," on approved security. WE CAN HANDLE YOUR BUSINESS TO YOUR ADVANTAGE. & SCHLEH PHONE 38-2r. ■fe FLKCK'S will make your liens lay. Try it, Wheeler's Drag Store jujnjjmejfmBTOr** ^ F.D.FORD farmers Favorite Grain Drill Iron Age Cultivators Krause Cultivators Osborne Marrows Plymouth Binder Twine <Le§§ price than last season) Monarch and Electric fence (both line $n4 stay wires same sise) F, D, FORD '*? oribe for the OBSERVER LIFE HAS BUT ONE PURPOSE Instruction and Refinement of the One Who Is Alive Is Real Object to Be Attained. Life can have but one purpose—the instruction and refinement of the one who is alive. This true, life becomes the soul's continuing adventure through shifting scenes and seasons, an adventure to which are Incident every manner of lure, excitement and thrill. To hate such an adventure or to drudge through it, either through misapprehension or sloth, brings us only a foolish, misery which makes a mock of the joy we ought to know. To hall the adventure and dive Into it with manly eagerness and hope, uncovers to our inquiring eyes glory after glory, for those who ask receive, those who seek find, and to those who knock the door of life's great room swings free. The wise do not ixXlr -wtth Hf»; they do not misconstrue O; tfc^ do not neglect it; they do not wisk to throw It away. For its intrinsic worth they choose it above rubies and make of it an art whose object, whose compensation, is itself. The thoughtless rabble^worry themselves gray and tMn over their occupation in-life, or their station In life, but the wise man concerns himself first with his craft and station which he catalogues rightly as incidents, not goal?. Full well he knows that no mere thing—no jewel, trapping or other weighable possession—can spur or satisfy his spirit. Only the sheer wine of living caff do that, so he makes his drink and stays by the cask.—Richard "Wightman, in October Metropolitan. A Gentle Reminder From India. The post office has its delights. And St. Martln's-le-Grand gives the letter of the Indian whose tutored mind seems to have got indigestion from a dictionary of foreign languages. He is a sub-postmaster, and wants promotion. Here is his letter: "Sir: I have the honor to request you that I did not receive any answer to my petition as yet. Though I am flagrante delicto, aut flat justitia ruat coelum, my younger Fra has gone articulo mortis. Ipso facto O! tem- pora O! mores. Does the life of a man go out like a candle? Sic transit gloria mundi that veni, vidl, vici. "Now please arbitrium send a man on my post, that may I do his proper work at home, it is a outranee affaire d'honneur which is agenda for your pertinently consider."—London Chronicle. Ribbon Counter Tact. She (after the clerk had shown her nearly all the ribbons) —I was just looking for a friend. Clerk—Well, madam, there's one more roll up there; maybe she's in that. CHURCH NOTICES. CHRISTIAN SCIEKCE. First Church of Christ, Scientist. Nissly Hall. Sunday Service 10:00 a. in. Subject for Feb. 5, "Spirit" 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. Candidate for the nomination on the REPUBLICAN TICKET for the office of CIRCUIT JTJDGKE Twenty-second Judicial District Primary Election, Wednesday, March 1,1911 CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Hate Always Bought Bears the Signature of ££*#%&& Edward D. Kinne V. \*gr.- *■ Candidate for the nomination "on the Republican Ticket for Circuit Judge Primary Election Wednesday, March 1, 1911 Where They Balk. The average man is truthful," 8*ys the Philosopher of Folly, "but not one man in fifty will tell you the real reason he wears a silk hat." Going Too Far. "Everybody makes mistakes," said Uncle Eben; "but you's got to look out foh a man when some special mistake gits to be a habit." Estate oi Adeline L. Howard. Otate of Michigan, County of Washtenaw, ss. ^ At a session of the Probate Court for said County of Washtenaw, held at the Probate Office in the City of A.nn Arbor, on the 21th day of January, in the year one thousand nine hundred and eleven. Present, Emory E. Leland, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the Estate of Adeline L. Howard deceased. On reading and filing the duly verified petition e£ Aaron H. Howard, husband , praying that administration of said estate may be granted to Aaron H. Howard or some other suitable person and that appraisers and commissioners be appointed. It is Ordered, Tn'at the 17th day of February next, at'ten o'clock in the forenoon, at said Probate Ofllce be appointed for hearing said account. And it is further ordered, That a copy of this order be published three successive we*ka pre vious to said time of hearing in the Saline Observer, a newspaper printed and circulating in said County of Washtenaw. [A true copy] Emory E. Leland 19 Judge of Probate Dorcas C. Donegan, Eegister Notice to Creditors. Q tate of Michigan, ounty of Washtenaw. " Notice is hereby given, that by an order of the Probate curt for tt e ounty of Washtenaw, made on the 6th day of January, A. D. 1911, four months from that date were allowed for creditors to present their claims against the estate of Peter Snauble, late of said County deceased, and that all creditors of said deceas ed are required to present their claims to said Probate Court, at the Probate Offlce in the city of Ann Arbor, for examination and allowance, onorbefore the Gth day ofMaynext, and that such claims will be heard before said Court, on the 0th day of March and on the 0th day of May next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of each of said days. EMORY E LELAND, IT Judge of Probate Commissioner's Notice. Otate of Michigan, County ol Washtenaw- ^ The undersigned having been appointed by the Probate Court for said County. Commissioners to receive, examine and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against the estate of Gaylord W. Harris, late of said county, deceased, hereby give notice that four months from date are allowed, by order of said Probate Court, for creditors to present their claims against the estate of said deceased, and that they will meet at the Citizens' Bank in the Tillage of Saline, in said County, on the 6th day of March and on the 6th day of May next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, of each of said days, to receive, examine and adjust said claims. Dated, Ann Arbor, Mich., January 6,1911. E. A. Hauser Willis H. Fowler IT . Commissioners Estate ot Sylvester Carven. Otate of Michigan, County of Washtenaw, ss. ^ At a session of the Probate Court for said County of Washtenaw, held at the Probate Office, in the City of Ann Arbor, on the 6th day of January, in the year one thousand nine hundred and ten. Present, Emory: E. Leland, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the Estate of Sylvester Carven deceased. On reading and filing the duly verified petition ot C. H. Carven, son, praying that administration of said estate may be granted to C. H. Carven or some other suitable person, and that appraisers and commissioners be appointed. It is Ordered, That the 3rd day of February next, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at said Probate Offlce be appointed for hearing said petition. And it Is further ordered. That a copy of this order be published three successive weeks previous to said time of hearing ih the Saline Observer a newspaper printed and circulating in said County of Washtenaw. (A true copy) Emory E. Leland, Judge of Probate Dorcas C. Donegan, Eegister. IT We haye the exclusive handling For Saline and vicinity of The largest line of RUGS f 'CARPETS. between Chicago and New York. . f.,.^ You can take the streetcar into Detroit and^ if „ you buy we pay the car fare. All grades of carpets in stock here. Come in and see what we have. . . ;~. Burkhart Bros. PHONE 161. by investing in a. box of Lowney's Assorted Creams, Assorted Nuts, Etc. Or, if you don't care for box candies, we've got a full assortment of the celebrated "Blue Banner" Chocolates. Also bulk candies of all kinds, Fresh Roasted.Peanuts, English Walnuts, Etc. C.;N.'HARRI8©N/>^ and Pretty Valentines, too Come And See Tlism E. H, CRESSY Jeweler and Optician ELECTRIC 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. Prize Offers from.Leading Manufacturers Bookonpatents.- "Hintsto.inventors^" "Invenfibnsneetlea?* "Why'some invent'ors^fail." Send rough sketch or.moileMor search of Patent Offrce'records. Our .Mr. Greeley was formerlyi Acting Commissioner of Patents,;and as such had fulLchargejffif the U.S. Patent Off ice. • • ■ ■ . GREELEY &M9INTIRE Extent Attorneys WASHINGTON, D. C.
|Title||1911-02-02; 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.|