1911-09-14; Saline Observer
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£'*'Z?He^*XfeTr\*s^j**r* v ?~i *• :M?k H £ ©BS ^ i^rCT A.. J. Warren. Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1911. VOL. XXXI.-NQ 49 ■X SALINE SAVINGS BANK Pays TBREE PER 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. 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. YOUR You Can SAVE MONEY by Giving US Your Order for SPRAY this week. Ask ns about it. O.O.WHEELER HITS NAIL ON HEAD WIFE GIVES POINTED ANSWER TO HUBBY'S QUESTION. Money Saving Sale Goods will go, if prices will move them. 1-12-16 Perfect Disc Harrow with fore truck. 1-12-16 Perfect Disc Harrow with pole. 1 2-furrow Walking Gang Plow. 4 3-horse Walking Plows. 1 1-horse Wood Beam Plow. 2 Spring-tooth LeVer Harrow. 1 60-tooth "U" bar Spike Harrow with Levers. 1 Tooth Wood Frame Spring Harrow. 1 Washing Machine, regular price $8.00, for $5.00. 10-lb Pail Axle Grease for 50c. 3 large boxes Axle Grease for 25c. Roger's Red Barn Paint only $1.00 per gal. Newport House Paint only $1.00 per gal. Com-Linseed Oil 85c per gal. Refrigerators, Fireless Cookers, Gasoline Stoves, Oil Stoves, Ovens, Screen Doors and Windows, at prices that are right. We simply want the room, and we want the money invested in these goods—that's all there is to the story. Henne's Hardware Attitude of Sexes Toward Meetings for Women Only and for Men Only Made Him Feel Superior Until Wife Spoke. It was 11:45 p. m. The man and his wife had just come home. They did not come together. They had not been to the same place. She had been to a meeting for women only, he to one for men. Said the woman: "There was a man at our meeting tonight," Said the man: "There were about a hundred women tried to push their way into ours." "That one man," she said, "looked awfully scared." "Those hundred women," said he, "didn't look a bit scared." - "I think," she said, "the man got into our hall by mistake. Anyhow, he got away as soon as he could." "There was no mistake about those women being where they were," said the man, "and they stayed until they were shooed away by the police." There was a short silence. Said the man presently: "It is this difference in the attitude of the sexes toward the meetings for women only and for men only that makes me feel morally superior. It makes me proud of my sex. I haven't the slightest desire—no man has the slightest desire—to butt into a feminine confab, but the woman never breathed who wasn't on edge with curiosity in regard to what takes place when a bunch of men hold a secret conference.' I have known women who admitted that they would willingly sacrifice a year's normal pleasures for the privilege of being smuggled into a Slasonic initiation or some other masculine rite. Contrast that prying spirit with the modesty of men. On your own showing, when a man is accidentally trapped In a hall where a beauty congress or a dressmakers' convention is in progress, he is so miserable that the fly in the spider's web had a picnic compared with hia martyrdom. That, to my mind, is a pungent commentary on the disposition of man and woman. Can you explain it?" . The woman confessed that Bhe could not explain it—furthermore, that she did not intend* to try. There was another silence. Said the woman after a little: "What happened at your meeting tonight?" "Oh, nothing much," said the man. "What happened at yours?" "Everything/' said the woman. Then she proceeded to tell* what "everything" comprised.. It took more than half an hour to tell it. Every now and then the man, for consistency's sake, tried to look bored, but the>alr of indifference was ill assumed. The narrative really Interested him, and he was sorry when it was finished. The story being ended, there was another silence, while the woman braided her hair. Suddenly she said: "I can answer your question now." "What question?" "Why women are crazy, to go to men's meetings, while men wouldn't give a fig to go to women's meetings. It's because the women come home and tell the men everything that happened, so they don't need to go, whereas the men never tell the women anything." "By George," said the man, "I don't know but what you're right." Ctate _of Michigan. ' " t The Circuit Court tor the County o£ Washtenaw. In Chancery. . Suit pending in the Circuit Court for the County of Ty'ashtenaw, In Chancery, at Ann Arbor, Michigan, on the 25th day of August, 1911.. Martha E. Covsvay, Complainant vs. William Contcay, Defendant In this cause it appearing that defendant William Conway, is not a resident of this state, but is a resident of Toledo in the state of Ohio, on motion of complainant's solicitor it is ordered that defendant enter his appearance in said cause on or before four months from the date of this order, and that within twentyjdays the complainant cause this order to be published in the Saline Observer, a newspaper printed, published and circulating in said county, said publication to be continued once in each week for six weeks in succession. E. D. KINNE Circuit Judge Tracy L. Towner, 52 Solicitor for Complainant Business Address, Ypsilanti, Mich, Foley's Kidney Bemedy (Liquid) Is a great medicine of proven value for both acute and chronic kidney and bladder ailments. It is especially recommended to elderly people for its wonderful tonic and reconstructive qualities, and the permanent relief and comfort it gives them. 0. C. Wheeler's Pharmacy. WE HAVE THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF LADIES' MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S WORK SHOES, FINE SHOES # SCHOOL SHOES we have ever shown. We are exclusive handlers of the Hamilton Brown Shoe and the hand made Weyenberg Work Shoe for men. Try them. BURKHART BROS PHONE 161. * ! PLYMOUTH Foley Kidney Pills TONIC IN ACTION - QUICK IN RESULTS Give prompt relief from BACKACHE, KIDNEY and BLADDER TROUBLE, RHEUMATISM, CONGESTION of the KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION of the BLADDER and all annoying URINARY IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon to MIDDLE AGED and ELDERLY PEOPLE and for WOMEN. HAVE HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION S. A. Davis, 627 -Washington St., Connersville, Ind;, is in his 83th year. He writes us: "IhsTe lately suffered much from my.kidneys and bladder I had severe backaches and my kidney action was too frequent, causing mo to lose much sleep at night, and in my bladder there was constant pain. I took Foley Kidney Pills for some time, and am now free of all trouble and again able to be up and around. Foley Kidney Pills have my highest recommendation." 0. C. WHEELER. fc 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 Lights you save dollars in decorations, draperies, etc. Let us tell-you about it. Estimates cheerfully given. Eastern Michigan Edison Co. 4- oribe fo A Great Advantage to Working Men. J. A. Maple, 125 S. 7th St., Steuben- ville, Ohio, says: "For years. I suffered from weak kidneys and a severe bladder trouhle. I learned of Foley Kidney Pills and their wonderful cures so I began taking them and slire enough 1 had as good results as any I heard about. My backache left me and to one of my.business, expressman, that alone is a great advantage. My kidneys acted free and normal, and that saved me a lot of misery. It is now a pleasure to work where it used to be a misery. Foley Kidney Pills have cured me and have my highest praise." O. C. Wheeler's Pharmacy. CHURCH NOTICES. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. First Church, of Christ, Scientist. Nissly Hall. Sunday Service 10:00 a. m. Subject, Sept. 17, "Matter." Wednesday evening meeting at. 7:00. Reading Kooni open daily, Sundays excepted, from 2:Q0 to 4:00 p. in. All are cordially invited to the services and the Reading Room. I PILE get immediate relief from Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment If it's a surface to be painted, enameled, stained, varnished or finished in any way, there's an Acme Quality Kind to fit the purpose. GUTHARD $ & SCHROEN SALINE, MICH; BINDER TWINE has been tbe best for years i - Price only 7c per lb Yours truly F. D. FORD Fall Painting is Like . Fire Insurance You insure % your home against fire. Why not insure it against decay caused by sunshine, rain, snow and; sleet? They destroy as certainly as fire, unfcss the surface is protected good paint. HOUSE PAINT gives the greatest durability and beauty, and best resists rain and shine. It costs less because it takes less and lasts longer. Let us show you the latest fashionable color combinations.
|Title||1911-09-14; 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.|