1912-02-08; Saline Observer
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YER. if- A. J. Warrek; Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW 00., MICH., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8/1912. VOL. XXXII.--N0 18 i* Without a Cent ■< WITHOUT A FRIEND *■ That's the way of this world. It's hard, but If s true. And it's your fault if you haven't a cent, or haven't a fair amount of money in the Bank. Why not start a savings amount while you can. Do it now. Come in today. We'll open a savings account for you, for as little as $1.00. When the start is made and you will find it easier. _ IE SAVINGS BJ 'Make our Bank your Bank" ASJI0?B I llll_ IIIIIIIBIIIilUlrilMm Tr94^'rr7T?nr:''''P?*'-az&ZU!1 *<*P4 "E.M.F.30" ^ FLANDERS 20 n Automobile Accessories and all Garage Work. The Saline Garage' -t f ' JT# 12 or 16 GAUGE €irllit Repeating Shdtg ■AUCTIONS. Edward Guenther, having decided to quit farming, will sell at auction on the -George V. Cook farm 4 miles west of Milan and 4% miles south of Saline, on WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1912 at 10:00 o'clock sharp the following: 9 Horses—Span of Grays hoth witih foal, weighing 2400 lbs., 12 and 13 years old; Bay Mare 14 years old, 1200 lbs; Bay Mare 11 years old, 130Q lbs; Bay Gelding; Driving Mare; Yearling Colt; Spring Colt; Bay Mare coming 5 years old; 16 Head of Cattle—i Milch Cows; Durham Cow due to calf; Heifer due to calf; 5 Head of Young Cattle; Yearling Heifer; Steer 1G months old; .2 Yearling Steers; Steer S months old; 52 Breeding Ewes with Lamb, Shropshire Ram 3 Brood Sows due to pig, 2 Poland Chinas, 1 Duroc-Jersey Stock Hog, 28 Shoats, 7 Turkeys, 3 Geese, 100 Hens. * 7-f t. Deering Binder, Superior Grain Drill 11-hoe, Deering Mower, McCormick Gorn Binder, John Deere Corn Planter; 'Clover Seed Buncher, Iron Age Corn. Cultivator, Krause Corn Cultivator, 1-horse Corn Cultivator, S-s-ection Spring-tooth Drag, 2-horse b'pring-tocth Drag, Spike" Drag, Scoth Harrow, 2 Syracuse Plows, New rouble Disc Harrow, Land Roller, John Deere Hay Loader, Side-Delivery Rake, Hay Tedder,2-horse Buckeye Hay Rake, Set Slings, Set of -;ravel Box, Set Manure Planks, 10 Grain Troughs, .Double Buggy, Top Buggy, Road Wagon, Caldron Kettle, Portable Hog House, 3 Sets Double Harness, 2 S'ets Single Harness, 2 Horse Blankets, Set of Ply Ne:ts, 2-5 tons Timothy Hay, 5 tons Clover Hay, 550 bu. Oats, 1000 bu, Corn, S bu. Seed Corn. 50 Potato Crates, 2 Harpoon Forks, 150 ft. Rope and Pulleys, 22-ft. Ladder M-,ft. Platform Hay aud Stock Rack, 14-ft. Hay and Stock Rack, Common Hay Rack, Narrow- tire" Wagon, Wagon Box, Iron-wheel Wide-tire Wagon, Wide-tire Wagon, Boh Sleigh, Portland Cu iter, 2 "Horse power International Gasoline Engine, Feed Grinder Ideal No. G "with line shafts and Pulleys, New Saw- Frame and 2G-inch Saw, Horse Clipper, 1000 5b. Fairbanks Scales, Corn Sheller., Fanning Mill DeLaval Cream Separate? Bauy No. 1, 2 Grindstones," Quantity of Small Tools. CHARLES THOMPSON, Auct. "The Intellectuals." "In our democracy, where everything else is so shiftin**?, we alumni and alumnae of the colleges are the only permanent presence that corresponds to the aristocracy in other countries. We have continuous traditions as they have; our motto, too, is nohlesse oblige; and, unlike them, we stand for ideal interests solely, for v-*e have no corporate selfishness and -wield no powers of corruption. We ought to have our own class-consciousness. . Les Intellectuels! What prouder club name could there be than this one!"—William James in "Memories and Studies." How Popular He'll 3e Some Day. He is six and she is five. They, are in the same kindergarten' class. Their homes are less, than half a block apart. They love each other dearly, and every day he escorts her home from school and leaves her with a kiss. The grown-ups noticed all this, and there was a little teasing. Finally Little Girl's mother said, "I wouldn't let the little boy kiss me good-bye -if 1 were you." The "next day mother was at the door when Little Girl and Little Boy came home together. "You musn't kiss me," said Little Girl. "Mother says she doesn't like it," Little .Boy loked disconcerted for just .ahout the tenth past of a second. Then, "But YOU like it, don't you?" he said, and kissed her as usual and trudged along. Have yon seen tliem? A nice assortment of 1912 patterns, just received. Conie in and look tliem over. Dietiker's Furniture Store un Made fdmotis by its -dependability. The solid top and side ejectioa keep saxes and powder away from your eyet; ndpquict, effective repeat shots. Rain, sleet, snow and foreign matter can't set into the action. The mechanism w strong, simple, wear-resisting. The double -extractors puB any shell instantly: two special safefy . deVicei prevent accidental discharge while action is unlocked, and an automatic recoil block makes hang 6res harmless. All Marlins are strongly made, finely balanced, accurate^ hard htttmff guns, and are the quickest and easiest to tike down and dean. Illustration shows Model 24 srsde "A" 12 cause; it hu all the features that makefor a perfect gum Send tiree .lamps postage today W 13G 7%<?2%Or/f/Z firearms G). page catalog; deggnbmg the full fflar&i line. •*! Willow Street New Haven, Coni. One of the Mysteries. **1he raili-osc' imsiness is pretty complicated.'* "Yes," replied the traveling man. "I don't suppose I ever will he able to understand why two towns that look so close together on a railway map get so far apart when they come to measure up the distance with a mileage book." DeW ftPs M Salve •=■«?•. Piles. BupiMb Stfrea* Fred Mayer, having sold bis farm, 3 miles east of Saline and one mile ncrth and half mile wes, of Urania station en the town line, will sell at u*ction on FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1912, at 10:00 o'clock sharp, rain or shinet .he following: Span of Gray Mares 9 and 12 years old, Bay Gelding 17 years old, Brown Mare G years old, Bay Mare 14 years old, 3 Good Cows will soon be fresh, 1 Good Milch Cow, 2-year-old Holstein < Heifer will soon be fresh, 2 Yearling Steers, 2-months-old Calf, *.'9 Black Top Ewes, 1 Black Top Ram, 1 Poland China Sow. 2 Chester White Sows, 1 Chester White Stock Hog, 15 Shoates, 100 Plymouth Rock Hens. Three Lumber Wagons 1 nearly new, Good Top Buggy, New Twin Auto S'eat Top Buggy, Road Wagon, Good Portland Cutter nearly new, Sterling* Hay Loader, Sterling Side- Celivery Rake, Deering Grain Binder, Deering Corn Binder, Deering Mower, Champion Mower, 2 2-horse Iron Age Cultivators, 1-horse Cultivator, ^Wiard Plow, Birch Plow, Bissell Plow, Good Bob Sleigh, Pulverizer, Land Roller, 23-tooth Spring Harrow, 174-tooth Spring Harrow, 40-tooth Spike Drag, iv-tooth Corn Drag, Fanning Mill, Harpoon Fork, 2 Sets of Slings, Star Car and 160 ft. of Rope, Corn Sheller nearly new, 2 Good Sets of Work Harness, 2 -.Good Single Harness, 40 bushel Crates, Barrel Chum, Tecum- esh Hay "and Stock Rack, Hay and S'tock Rack, American Fence Stretcher, Stack Canvas, 30-gal. Iron Kettle, ■I log chains, GOC-lb. Platform Scales, GO Cement Barn Blocks S-12-24 inches, -Grain Bags, Spray Pump and Barrel, 10 bu. Seed Corn, 150 bu. Corn, 300 "bu. Oats. 10 tons of Timothy Hay, Quantity "of Mixed Hay, Quantity, of Cornstalks, Quantity of Seed Potatoes, and Other Articles too numerous o mention. J. W. FINNELL, Auct Detroit United Lines. Between Salkie and Ypsilanti Leaves Saliiid 6:05 a. m., 7:05 a. m., 8:05 a. m. and every two hours to 8:05 p. in., 10:4i p. m., 12:00 p. m. and 12:50. Leaves Ypsilanti 5:30 a. in., 6:30 a. m., 7:30 a. m. and every two hours to 7:30 p. in.. 9:40 p.m., 11:40 p.m. and 12:20 a. m. Last car waits for the theatre cai from Ann Arbor. Gars Connect at Wayne for Plj> mouth and Northville; at Ypsilanti for Detroit aud Jackson . Foley's Kidney Pills will cure any case of kidney or bladder trouhle not beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do more. O. C. Wheeler CASTORIA Por Infants and Children. Flie Kind You Have Always Bought MATIC ERERS g3| Quickly Relieved BY THE USE OF "5-DROPS" Ths Great Iton-itdy for Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica, Soul, N«ur»Ijia, La Grippa and Kidney Trouble. Applltd •xte-MBy, it slops all aehts an** prist. Taken internally, it dissolves ths poisonous substance and assists nature in restoring tbe system to a healthy condition. SoMky Druggists. One Dollar per bottle, or sent prepaid upon .receipt of price if not obtainable in your locality. SWANS0N RHEUMATIC CURE COMPANY !68 Lake Street, 8' ?S PILLS Bears tlie gignatureof Best Remedy for Constipation, Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, HJelchlne and jLiverTroubles. 25c Per Box at Druggists SORES Easily and Quickly Healed Those who Buffer trom Eczema; piin- ples or other skin eruptions fences* its miseries. There Is no need, ofsufferinff.'JLOU'' can easily get .rid of it by a simple and in- expensive, preparation .known as the2"lve-Drop Salve. It is a carefully compounded ointment that for fifteen years has proven its value as a soothing; heal- ingremedy for eczema, pimples, running sores, wounds, burns, salt rheum, rime-worm, piles antiacne. A single application will usually civo immediate relief." The-burning. irrltatiner inflammation quickly subsides and the 8ore3 dry and ■ disappear. y The Rve>Mt*OD.SaIve is now put up in 25 and SO cent packages and sold by nearly all druggists. If it is not obtainable in^'our lorality you can order- direct from Swanson H. C. Co. 168 LaKe St., Chicago, III., and itTvillbesentiMisti paid upon receipt of price, i It-is! s*n fc&eJUm"* remedy for cracked skin andEcaIp!hunior&' - * '%'. We are continually striving to please. '" No tranaction is complete here unless it carries entire satisfaction. • If anything isn't exactly right about your purchase, return it. For the privilege of making it right, we thank you. HART BROS 1 lid ta * ays February 10 we will have for your inspection a full line of Harness Satis and are now prepared to grease your harness and do all kinds of repairing. Harness made to order. A souvenir given to every man giving us a call on the above date. M HD & SCHROEN General Hardware, Peninsular Stoves and Furnaces, Wire Fencing and Syracuse Sulky Plows We install steam and hot water heating plants also put in plumbing that works. Let us figure. m»-7!> OFTEN MAKES A QUICK NEED FOR THE CURE! THAT'S SUREl KING'S DISCOVERY FOR IS AND COLDS WHOOPING COUGH AND ALL TROUBLES OF yAT AND LUNGS .. PBSSftPT USE WILL OFTEN PREVENT ^MEum&^m, ANJ) CONSUMPTION .. PRieg S3s aad .$a.00 _ SOLD ANB GUARANTEED BY eeier's Pharmacy .—.-i At Cut Rate^rtees The only Out Hate store in t&j|county.' " Flower of gt^p&ur only SQp$r.2& ..... E. H. CRESSY <■? ew©I©s? and Optician |f*«e~x.*ffiei!*s«^"-^i- **a.
|Title||1912-02-08; 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;|
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