1911-10-05; Saline Observer
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IP A. J. Warren. Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, OCTOBERS, 1911. VOL. XXXI.--NO 52 SALINE SAVINGS BANK Pays THREE 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/DOL'LAR PER YEAR. Draws all kinds of legal papers and conveyances. Loans money in large or small Hmounts for long or short time on approved security. WE CAN HANDLE YOUR B.USINESS TO YOUR ADVANTAGE. Phone No. 5Q-4r. ^ewel Base Burners Steel Ranges for $30 ROYAL VALLEY COFFEES Coffee thatIS Coffee Royal Valley Japan Tea Flavor nod stimulating warmth arc the f«a; lures women like in their tea. You Set lots of both in dainty, llavory Royal Valley . Japan. Try it. -J-flb.pkffs: i per lb. SOc, 60e Be SO C If you could be here in this store day after day, and see the way everybody who tries a Royal Valley Coffee comes back for more, and hear their praise of the blend they tried, you would know that these coffees must possess some qualities that others do not—that they must be BETTER COFFEES. Royal Valley Coffees are prepared for you by a process which actually removes everything that does not contribute to the coffee's good, and retains only that .which makes them rich, smooth and satisfying. Nero, Marigold and Tzar contain an unusually large amount of the natural aromatic oil—the rich coffee-flavor. And because every berry is roasted clear through—but not burnt—they are every bit good coffee. You will find that a Royal Valley blend Will -make you not only richer- flavored "but more economical coffee— because it will go further—last longer. NERO is 25c. MARIGOLD 30c and TZAR 35c per pound. For aala only at this star*. Cotton & Hammond YOUR Jfc You Can SAVE MONEY by Giving US Your Order for , SPRAY this week. -ft-' Ask us about it. Henne's Hardware FALL CARE FOR CALLA JULY Size" of Riant and Flowers Are Largely Governed by Size of Pot in „ Which Placed. ' When a calla has bloomed in the house during the 'winter, it should be kept watered until , summer, then bedded out in a sunny situation in the garden. There let nature care for it until fall, when it should be repotted, Calla Lily. says Park's Floral Magazine. If yon have a large tuher, and, you wish large flowers, then use a large pot.. If you want a dwarf plant, use a small pot. The size of the plant and the flowers are largely governed by the size of the pot. When a plant fails to develop, properly, it is mostly because the soil is sour or unfit for the growth and development of the plant. MONOGRAMS ON CHOICE FRUIT Clever Little Trick Performed by Past- * ing on Perforated Paper Before Apples Color. A story comes from Oregon to the effect that the big fruit growers in that section are now growing monograms on their choice fruit. It enhances their value in the big markets in the east. It is claimed that a large grower of fancy apples at Hood River now places the mongram of a prominent New York hotel on a large portion of his crop. This is done by pasting perforated paper labels containing the monogram on the cheek of the apples while green. When the Individual Brands of Apples. fruit colors in the stin the words are left in red on a green background, and the whole design has the appearance of having been stamped on in dainty ink. 0. C. WHEELER The Best Grafting Wax. Rosin four parts (ounces or pounds); beeswax two parts; tallow' one part; melted slowly in an iron vessel, putting in thg rosin five or ten minutes before the beeswax; and all: completely mixed together by much stirring. In 20 minutes or so it will be thoroughly mixed, and a convenient por-, tion is to be poured into a bucket of cold water. In a minute or less it will be cool enough to take up with the hands (which must be greased- with tallow) and pulled like taffy. When it becomes light yellow in color it is done and can be made into sticks or" balls and put into another vessel, of cold water to ^harden. Other portions can be treated in the same way until all is used up. These balls, or sticks, of convenient size can- be laid away until required for use. Is The World Growing Better? Manj- things go to prove that it is. The way thousands are trying to help others is proof. Among them is Mrs. W. W. Gould, of Pittsfield, N. H. Finding good health by taking Electric Bitters, she now advises other sufferers, ^everywhere, to take them. "For years I suffered with stomach and kidney trouble," she writes. "Every medicine I used failed till I took Electric Bitters. But this great remedy helped me wonderfully." They'll help any woman. They're the best tonic and finest liver and kidney remedy that's made. Try them. You'll see. 50c at O. C. Wheeler's Pharmacy. The Brown Slug. The little brown slug that defoliates the'pear, plum and cherry trees during, the summer season is one of the easiest "of our insects to: control. No' one need allow this insect to do any serious harm to his trees, if he will thoroughly use the remedy here given. Steep two ounces of fresh white hellebore in one gallon of water, and use as a spray when the slugs are first seen. Stir the mixture often; or, better yet, have an agitator attachment on the pump. Sometimes there is a second "brood of the, slugs, necessitating a second spraying. CHURCH NOTICES. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. Eirst Church of Christ, Scientist. Nissly Hall. Sunday.Servicel0:00a. ni. ■ ** Subject, Oct, 8, ' 'Are Sin, Disease and Death, Real?" Wednesday evening meeting .at 7:00. . Beading Room open daily, Sundays J exceptedj from 2:00 to 4:00. p. m. All are cordially invited to the services and the Reading Room. Norway Spruce. „ Great importance is attached to the experiment of planting Norway spruce in Maine. This is the first attempt of th% kind in New England, but experimenters believe that the future supply of the denuded states" may be replaced in this way. 1-S OIF-iF" ON ALL BURKHART BROS PHQNE 161. Beautiful Line Of Whitewashed Trees. A little whitewash on the trunkB of the shade trees will make the trees look attractive and give the place an appearance of refinement. The lime in the whitewash will be repulsive to bark beetles and borers for awhile. FOLEY KLDNEY PILLS Supply just the ingredients heeded to build up, strengthen and restore the natural action of the kidneys and bladder. Specially prepared ior.b'ack- ache, headache, nervousness, rheuma- tirm and all kidney, bladder and urinary irregularities. O. C. Wheeler's Pharmacy, BEING A GOOD FELLOW. ~ Every now and then we hear of some one dying in bitter poverty after having spent a fortune in "being a. good fellow." Of such a one it Is commonly said "while .he* Is alive and spending that he has a "heart like an ox and a''hand always deep in his pocket;" he is spoken of—frequently within his own "hearing—as a "prince among men" or "one of nature's noblemen." It seems passing strange that a man with the power to attract to himself so many warm friends should not have any willing to ^ay his funeral expenses, says the New* York Herald. Yet such is often, the' case. It is a fact freiauently commented on by philosophers that these peerages of cafe creation die with the fortunes that produce them. A. leal "prince among men" or "nature's nobleman" loses his title when his. money ceases to burn -holes in his * pocket, after which he should set aside a little money for his own obsatjviies. But those who* argue from, the fofflorn. and friendless passing of one of these "good fellows" that there 'are no real friends to be had in this world are "wrong. ■ Every one' car. make friends, and stanch ones, too, hyr the practice of unselfishness, but not "by. "wasting money on the worthless in the Tain hope." of being consi dared a "good- .fellow," which is merely another name for a complete fool j Saline Postcards also a large assortment of various views of many other places, including Public Buildings, Birthday, Comics, Etc. A finer line than I ever, had before. SCHOOL SUPPLIES-Remember we have a full • assortment and our prices right. W ■. E. H. CRESSY- Jeweler and Optician Subscribe for the OBSERVER James C. Dalilman, KCdTifl)oy-"- Mayor of Omaha, "Throws the Lariat." Mayor James - C. DahLman started his career as a cowboy, a*adis at present Mayor of Omaha, and has the. foi-, lowing record: -Sheriff of Dawes Co., Neb., three terras;' Mayor of Cbtadron, two terms; Democratic National' Committeeman, eig.ht years; Mayor of Omaha, six years"; and in 1910 Candidate for Governor of Nebraska. "Writing to Foley & Co., Chicago, he says: "I have taken. Foley Kidney Pills and they have given me a great deal of re- lief-'so I cheerfully recomnjencl them." - * Yours truly, . (signed) James C. Daixlman O. C. Wheeler's Pharmacy. GASTORIA I?or Infants and ChilcKren. Ihe Kind You.Have Always Bought -Bears the , .Signature, of Paint Mtchen ; Flo-ofst Don't Scrub Them" Avoid the - backache and' sore knees caused by scrubbing bare floors. . .Painted floors are easy. to.keep bright and clean, are attractive and very inexpensive.* ACMEQl/A FLOOR PAINT " * ' : gives a hard, durable, sanitary" finish, for floors, steps or any inside surface to be walked on, easy to keep clean and hard* to wear, out. ..- You can apply it yourself. It dries in a short time. Offered in appropriate and-', attractive shades. . *•-_- j--^ GUTHARD > SCHROEN. SALINE, MICH."..',■ ■1 it ill A j"*" ** _ - " iy^ "
|Title||1911-10-05; 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.|