1911-03-09; Saline Observer
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^ V ": -* % A J. WABREN, Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW,0O., MICH., THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1911. ase -22 !'► 5<fcki» uLiiQEl]^ Eft* la Pays THKEE PEE" CENT interest on SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. Is sues attractive S per cent Certificates of Deposit. Furnishes pass book and checks and gives close attention to every CHECKING ACCOUNT. . - Issues Drafts payable'in ALLsPARTS OE 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, Draws all kinds of legal papers and conveyances. Loans money in large or small amounts for long or short time on approved security. WE CAN HANDLE YOUR BUSINESS TO YOUR ADVANTAGE. "••_'.. 5%. YOUR You Can SAVE MONEY by Giving US Your Order for SPRAY this week. Ask tjs \ Iron- r» -^ This picture shows wW Jaeksoii Itf^lferice is^test. The Stay wires are made from the same gauge (size) hard steel wire as the laterals. The Jackson, knot is. made from the same material and holds, both in a grip that neoerloosens.' The whole fence is stiff and; strong, and being made with mechanical accuracy it always " sets right.™ Goes up or down hill as smoothly aspd the level. No uneven line wires. Ask Us About The $50.00 inGoldforaPhoto F. D. FORD *sp ■4^.; 0 THE SOUTH BEND -MALLEABLE RANGE. DOMESTIC JEWEL STEEL RANGE. PARAGON JEWEL STEEL RANGE. CRYSTAL JEWEL CAST RANGE. 20th CENTURY LAUREL STEEL RANGE. LINCOLN STEEL RANGE. HERO JEWEL STEEL RANGE for $30, has 6 No. 9 covers, detachable reservoir and high closet, nickle towel, bar, large oven, for hard coal or wood. • Our stoves are the best and our prices are right. WE ALSO CARRY Sprays Pumps of all kinds, Nozzel Rubber Hose, Lime and Sulphur Solution. GIVE 1§ A CALL Henne's Hardware mocrati idate For Circuit Judge. The Democratic Count3' Committee makes the followirig strong argument in support of its candidate for Circuit Judge: Mr. Arthur Brown, Democratic can^ didate for Circuit Judge, was born in York Township, this county, forty- seven ago. A poor boy, by his own exertions, he secured an education in the common schools and Law Department of the University of Michigan. He was County Clerk from 1891 to 1895, during which time he graduated from the Law Department of the University and was admitted to practice in this County. . He has been a successful lawyer, a successful business man and possesses in an eminent degree those qualifications of knowledge, independence and integrity necessary "to make a successful judge, Mr. Brown is a firm believer in the old fashioned virtue of economy. In almost every campaign of recent years he has arraigned the State administration for its extravagance in State affairs, in much the same manner that the present Governor is now doing. Not only has he preached econ- omyin the administration of, public affairs, but he has practiced it. In 1903 he was nominated by his party for Mayor of the City of Ann Arbor. The City was heavily in debt, its offi- !,• cers and laborers had not been paid for some months and default had been made by the City in the payment of interest upon its bonds. In that campaign it was claimed by the opponents of Mr. Brown that the only solution of the problem was to issue and sell City bonds to the amount of $40,- 000 in order to pay the deficit. Mr. Brown said "No; elect me to the office of Mayor and I will pay the City's indebtedness in two years." He was taken at his word and, elected, and not only made good but at the expiration of his term of office left $23,- OOt in the City ^treasury, notwithstanding the fact that the City raised less money in taxes during his term of two years than it had raised the previous two years or for any like period Since. Mr. Brown now says that if he is elected that he can save to the taxpayers of this County $3000 and upwards per year in the cost of maintaining the Circuit Court. We respectfully ask the "voters and taxpayers for their support, confidently believing that if they will elect Mr. Brown Circuit Judge that he can and will again make good. By order of the Committee. / Ross Granger, Chairman . „ H. J. Abbott, Secretary ARTHUR BROWN rT"1 Ti r-",-Tr'Tf 'l"TBg*i Attacks School Principal. A severe attack on school prine'pa', Chas. B. Allen of Sylvania,-Ga., is thus told by him. "For more than three years," he writes, "I suffered indescribable torture from rheumatism, liver and stomach trouble and diseased kidneys. All remedies failed till I used Electric Bitters, but four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me completely." §uch results are common. Thousands bless them for curing stomach trouble, female complaints, kidney disorders, biliousness, and for new health and vigor. Try them. Only 50c at O. C. Wheeler's Pharmacy. Countries Much Alike. Victoria, ihe Australian province, has often been compared with "'California, and, indeed, is almost a duplicate in nearly every respect of this state, the Murray valley, which contains the bulk of the irrigable country, being remarkably similar to the Sacramento valley.—San Francisco Argonaut. ■ , John W. Sickelsmith, Green§bo.ro. Pa., has three children t and like most children they frequently take Gold, "We have tried several kinds of cough medicine,-' he says, "but have never found any yet that did them as much good as Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy." - For sale by mery, Druggist. A. E. A. Mum- START FACTORY \Ye teach you how to manufacture soaps, polishes, flavoring extracts, perfumes, "toilet articles, medfcmes, baking powders, elves, liniments, stock and poultry rem- edies.'-household specialties and novelties in your own home at small cost. Mixers Guide Is a pap«r devoted*to the business* three months tnal subscription for 10c; sample free MIXERS GUIDE. Fort&adison. Iowa. A FULL LINE OF in all widths and prices. Embroideries Insertions . -.-I Laces"*': Persian Lawns India .Linons -. BURKHART BROS PHONE 161. *3 •'( All Who Are In Need Of FIELD kindly remember we carry ali"kindsr;i;-; Field Peas, Rape Seed, Millet;,-Hungarian Lawn G-rass, June 01oyer,-*Al^ syke, "Pine Tree" Timothy, Alfalfa, Etc. ' Gome in and examine it. Don't forget the Dairy -Feeds,' we carry a full line. . '^i-J' ;^ Cool Bros. Gi V-i r.-iii >*>**** I have purchased a High-Power Vacuum - Cleaner, and am now ready to cleanyour Rugs, Carpets, Matting, Curtains, Upholstery, etc,, at your home, without removing them from the hquse. '» Satisfaction Guaranteed I shall work in Saline and vicinity until about the first of April. For dates and terms, call JUST IN! A fre3h shipment of those most delicious of candies—LOWNEY'S—the kind made not only to SELL, but to SATISFY. For a starter, try a box of the Maraschino Cherries—something new—a cherry dipped in chocolate, exquisitely, flavored—it .fairly melts away in your mouth. Then, there are\the Cameo Assorted Chocolates, Assorted Nuts^Old- Fashioned Creams, Banana Creams; Chocolate Frappe Nouga,tines—especially fine—Almond Milk and Nut Chocolate. - . *•- C. N. HARHlieM Confectionery — Cigars ^^Tebaccos..»' Why not buy Yourself a good Buy it now before the Spring rush is on -Willi louse Phone 31 KXKB E. H. CRESSY Jeweler and Qptieiasi \\ .fitgip^-sz. Subscribe fo SERVER ©'
|Title||1911-03-09; 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;|
|Copyright Permission||This material is in the public domain.|