1911-05-04; Saline Observer
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^^a^n^-i^^s^^a^ar-jfit--..... &"' u i it; A.. J. Warren. Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO.,XMICH., THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1911. VOL; XXXI.-NO 30 s x SALINE SAVINGS BANE Pays THREE PER CENfT 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 o"n 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. OVERSTOCKED \i& IT' ' To close out the following, we will make these prices: 50 rolls Carey's Roofing at $3.00 per roll, Stock Salt in 501b kegs, regular price $2 to close out $1.50 1500 ft 1 inch Galvanized Gas Pipe at 7c per ft Place your order early We will sell at cost, Barn Door Hangers and Barn Door Track Hay Cars and Hay Car Track We have a few single harness and one double harness. If interested, get our prices before you buy. Lawn Mowers to go at cost 1 Gale Fertilizer attachment for Corn Planter ■ 1 John Deere " " " " ■" We can save you money on these GUTHARD & SGH1 \ YOUR IPr-uAt Tj^ You Can SAVE MONEY by Giving US Your Order for SPRAY this week. Ask us about it. q. C. WHE LAWN MOW ranging in price from $2.00 tQ*$10.00. te^ \Jf T NOMINATIONS.ALREADY. In Saline's Popular Ladies' Voting Contest. Get in the Race. SO MANY NICE PRIZES GIVES ALL A CHANCE. The big prize voting contest announcement in these columns last week is creating more interest than we imagined it would at the beginning. Nominations of contestants are being sent to the office and soon there will be many who would be willing recipients of a fine $400 Oak-' land piano, or the other valuable prizes enumerated in the list. \ All of these handsome prizes are enumerated in the announcement on another page, and will be given to some of the ladies of Saline and adjacent territory. The question is, "How can I do it?" All that is necessary is to get your friends and relatives to trade with the merchants who are donating prizes in .this popular voting contest., For each $1.00 spent with the merchants you will receive 25 votes, which can be voted for any of the contestants, Also to get your friends to subscribe for The Observer. For each one year new subscription you will receive 600 votes, for each one year renewal 500, for each one year back subscription 400 votes.. Of course it will be understood that under no circumstances are coupons issued by the merchants, except upon cash purchases.. Voting, can commence at any time in a ballot box which is placed in The Observer office and the keys to the box will be given to the awarding committee whose names will be announced in another issue of this paper. Use this free vote coupon in this issue. If you know of any lady who has not been nominated and who you think would make a good race, use the nominating ballot below and send her name to The Observer office or bring it in person, and her name will be entered. It matters not if she is married or single. Read the rules elsewhere in this issue or we will mail them upon request. Inspect the offerings of the merchants and learn how yon may secure votes for yourself or friend. Be sure and ask these merchants for coupons. Those who do not understand the rules and regulations of this contest, can call at this office, or write us, and we will be pleased to go over the proposition with them. Get busy and vote for your choice. This contest will be conductly squarely, and no partiality will be shown to anyone. First count in contest will be made on May 29, at which time $10 in gold will be awarded to the contestant having the largest number of votes at that time. DO IT NOW, and help some one reap the benefits of this most liberal offer. Remember that many of the merchants of Saline are interested in this contest and give a 25-vote coupon with each $1.00 cash purchase. The following young ladies have been nominated in this contest: SALINE, CITY Mrs. J, Lindenschmidt Ruth Rose Mrs. Alta Monroe Nora Burkhardt Edythe Skinner Genevieve Barr Ruth Gillen Lillian Stang Mrs. Ed Feuerbacher Mrs. Idah Buck Mary Ehnis Josephine Eagle Hazel Morris Esther Rentchler Eda Clark Mrs. Geo. Barnard Olive Townsend Mrs. Wm. Dell Lillian Alber Luella Kyte Lillian Lindenschmidtt Ruth Bond Mrs. Geo. Koch Anna Barnard Marguerite Acton Eva Sellen Florence Rouse Ethel Wood Mrs. Matthew Ehnis Ermene Briggs Emma Klein SALINE, RURAL EOTJTE 1 Ida Young Edna Steeb Martha Schweitzer Olga Finkbeiner Amanda Rentchler Matilda Boettger Amanda Gall Frieda Gross Pearl Gross A NEW LINE OF Cravanette Poplin Silk Poplins and Shantung's A full line of Ladies' Shoes, Oxfords and Pumps TBROS BOTJTE 2 Laura Kaiser Helen Walker Louise Hertler Emma Jedele Nora Moehn Rose Bihlmeyer Laura Paul Hazel Cook' Alma Rentchler Grace Haney Lizzie Smith LiUia Webber Clara Stierle Lydia Lambarth BOTJTE 8 Thema Schnirring Gertrude Drake Faye Drake We Sell- Hazel Deem Pauline Burrow May Stollsteimer Frieda Lederer ROUTE 4 Mary Cornish Mrs. Julius Walker Gertrude Rhodes Lydia Heininger Helen Finch Mina Russell * ROUTE 5 Elsie Feuerbacher Eva Zahn Mable Bible Mrs. Lester Bailey Mrs. Marshall Canine Delia Wahr Mabel Gooding • Louetta Schaible Helen Miller Miltena Feldkamp Luella Alber > MISCELLANEOUS Selma Boettner, Bridgewater" Ha Hendershot, Milan Mrs. Harry Dell, Ann Arbor Adah Rhodes, Clinton Mrs. Austin White, Milan Remember and have your friends 'trade with merchants who are giving coupons. They are as'follows: Guthard & Schroen, Muir & Gross, C. H. Schroen, Cotton &" Hammond, Martin Fuoss, Henne Hardware, C. Dietiker & Son, Nissly Variety Store, E. H. Cressy, Burkhart Bros., J. F. Weis singer. This is a contest between individu-- als and no Lodge or other organiza^ tion will be permitted to enter^ This also means that no lady will be permitted to stand as the candidate of any particular organization, with the understanding that if she wins the .piano or other prize it is to go to the organization. Su.ch an arrangement would be manifestly unfair to the other contestants. Any candidate so detected will b'e disqualified. Subscribe for home paper. The Observer—your REFRIGERATORS Glass lined, Porcelain lined, Zinc lined, You ought to see them. We have the largest stock of Paints, Oils, Brushes, Varnishes, Floor Coatings, Furniture Cream, Silver Cream, Crack Filler, WallTona, Liquid Veneer, Carriage Paints. Our goods are right, so are our prices. ~ Adams Washers, Mop Wringers, Clothes Wringers, Carpet Stretchers, Carpet Whips, Window Brushes, Carpet Tacks, Linoleum, Oil Cloth—This is the time you will want them. Special Sale of Graniteware and Dairy Pails Saturday. V Holme's Hardware ^i.'0:l^"imi...Ki.»e<i.ii-jjj-ujLJiffi.rf77i^. unjjm-uji^ ainmMjnana omination Blank POPULAR VOTING CONTEST I hereby nominate and suggest the name of ' Address As a lady worthy to become a candidate in your Popular Voting Contest. I present the name with the distinct understanding that my name shall not be divulged. This does not obligate me in any way whatever. Signed —, n- Address KiJl«.ijJu.iij)M',',ui.«~j»Mii^a»^i»tii,iruiaM^ 25-Vote Coupon Send this Coupon to The Observer office within fifteen days from date and it will counter TWENTY-FIVE VOTES. Vote for. Friday, April 28, 1911 THE BEST ON THE IVURKET It will help you grow a good crop. Everybody should sow ''Homestead" ■ fertilizer ths spring as seeding is late. It will mature the crop from one to two weeks earlier. Cool Bros. Grain Co. CORN PLANTERS The first planter to introduce the 2-3-4 changeable^ drop passed the experimental stage, other planters who, copy the devise are only in the midst of trouble. Has a foot lever so powerful and convenient that.you. lift the planter from the ground at the end of the. row. by the use of both feetr, not using your hands at. alt nor changing the depth lever, thus, assuring you off even planting at all times. Both wheels drive like a mower as each. haye. raj;-, chetts. The change from drill to hill so simple that any- boy- ean-.make the change in a moment, has a sight feedt droping. You can have both: edge and flat drop plates,, plairS or fertilizer. Don't buy a planter until' you see the NEW tv*A^Y,- as it is-as much ahead of others as a planter is aheaid> of the old hand drop way. TEMPLE TS30OTSEH «arah,^wyf«rar;w--u^^i.v'j»^,.j.*B-.^CT.ii^ YtyuTTi SPECIAL FOB SATURDAY ONLY j One Bottle to a Family $1.00 bottle of ~~ LYDIA E. PI ? 8 VEGETABLE COMPOUND FOR 75o E. H. CRESSY Jeweler and. Optician is- is^r"
|Title||1911-05-04; 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.|