1912-04-18; Saline Observer
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SERVER. «•% A. J. Warren, Editor. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1912. VOL. XXXII.--NO 28 xtmamiimtftmevurirMwmmi WE HAVE Our" Private Customer's Room is at your disposal and we are glad to have you use it. WE WILL BUV YOUR AUCTION NOTES We want your business and we know that after giving us a fair trial you will want us to have it. MAKE THIS BANK YOUR BANK M mumumiw&i&ssmaMBBBm E. M. F. "30" n. FLANDERS 20" Automobile Accessories and all Garage Work. e ne oa Now is the time we are all thini:ing about brightening our homes for the summer. The best way to dp this is use an assortment of nice bright Wall Paper. We have the nicest line of Wall Paper we have ever shown, and the prices are the lowest, quality considered, that we have ever seen anywhere. Call and look at this line whether you intend to buy or not. Warm It is best and easiest done with an Electric Flat- iron. No stifling heat, no stepping after fresh irons. Ready when you are. We have ^-q "yiX a good Flatiron for only *5^*%$■■/■**> Ih DiSON COMPANV too x^^^iixrTir^Gr JkJT TIHTIS OFFICE TIED BRIDEGROOM TO CHAIR Brian G. Hughes Was at Wedding in Harlem and Is Under Suspicion. New York.—Some -wag -with, a propensity for playing practical jokes at unwonted times is the subject for censure in a sedate circle of Harlem's usually unruffled precincts. The controversy nearly caused a row and did result in some feeling when the men friends of the bridegroom, Edward A. Macguire, set out to discover the man who tied his dress suit coattalla to the chair at the Tyedding supper a few days ago at the home of the bride's father, John J. O'KeefEe, 18 K One Hundred and Twenty-ninth street. Mr. Macguire, who belongs to the Seventh regiment, was in the company of his bride. Miss May Arsenla O'Keeffe, surrounded by his regimental friends, and had replied to numerous toast, when his bride gave him the signal that they had better leave the table and slip out of the house quickly to start on their honeymoon. Some of his friends were eagerly watching for the attempt to escape. Mr. Macguire made several struggles to stand up, but sank back, pale. William tried to lift the chair to one side to get closer and discovered that the bridegroom's coattails were tied securely to the chair legs in such a way that it was impossible for him to attain his feet. Somebody remembered that Mr. Brian G. Hughes, of 193-1 Madison avenue, was a guest at the wedding. He was found in another room, far removed from tbe scene of Mr. Mac- guire's discomfiture. He solemnly declared his innocence. However, he was under guard for the rest of the evening. The factional feeling arose when many women present declared it a shame for anyone to accuse such a benevolent looking gentleman of doing any such prank. 65 YEARS MAKES AN OLD MAID This Is Opinion of Woman Who Disagrees With Judge's Opinion. St. Louis, Mo.—At what age does a woman drift into old maidship? Asked this question, more than a score of women ranging in age from 14 to 40, and- then some, became peevish. The younger" set refused a reply, undoubtedly in silent defense of older sisters, and the older lost its temper somewhat, for obvious reasons. But one was brave enough to speak. Miss Caroline Thummel, attorney and school teacher, declared a woman was not an old maid until she has passed 65 years. She also added a woman can make herself an old maid at almost any age. Justice J. P. Boyer of Chicago, 111., sets the age of entry into the old maid class at 25 years. "He is off in his judgment," said Miss Thummel. "Why, no woman should marry until she is more than 25 years old and is sure she has sense. It takes a woman of expedience to pick a tolerably satisfactory man. nowadays, and few women have practical experience until they are much beyond 25 years old." You will look a good while before you find a better medicine for -coughs and colds than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It not only gives relief—it cures. Try it when you have a cough or cold, and you are certain to be pleased with the prompt cure which it will effect. For sale by A. E. A. Mummery, Druggist. "My little son had a very severe cold. I was recommended to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and before a small bottle was finished he was as well as ever," writes Mrs. -H. Silks, 29 Dowling Street, Sydney, Australia. This remedy is for sale by A. E. A. Mummery, Druggist. CASTORIA 3?or Infants and Children. fhe Kind You Have Always Bought Bears Signatur Cows Dislike His Red Cap. Los Angeles, Cal.—Charles Porter, city milk inspector, has refused to wear the red cap provided* for him by the municipal government. He asserts that the female of the bovine species has almost as strong an aversion to the glowing hue as the male, and says that unless the cap is dyed he will resign. Imprisoned Rabbit Freed, Mohrsburg, Pa.—-A partly hollow log, coated with ice and snow, was hauled by Charles Gesehwindt, five miles to his sawmill. As it was sawn in twain, out hopped an imprisoned rabbit, which escaped. It Looks Like A Crime to separate a boy from a box of Buck- len's Arnica Salve. His pimples, boils, scratches, knocks, sprains and bruises demand it, and its quick relief for burns, scalds, or cuts is his right. Keep it hand}* for boys, also girls. Heals everything healable and does it quick. Unequaled for piles. Only 25 cents at 0. C. Wheeler's Pharmacy. ITCH IS TOWN'S PROBLEM Milton (Minn.) Children Refuse Medicine Because of Religious Belief. St. Paul, Minn.—The Milton (Minn.) board of health is puzzled over the question, of what to do with several children afflicted with "straw itch." Dr. H. M. Bracken, secretary of the state board of health, received a letter from Milton saying that the children, had been provided with medicine with "which to cure themselves, but that they first refused to use it on the theory that tho Lord would cure them. Later, when more medicine was supplied and they poured some of it on the afflicted skin, it smarted and they and their parents took this to mean that the Lord disapproved the lotion. Therefore the parents refuse to direct their children to use the medicine, the children refuse to use it and the Milton school and health boards are unable to decide what to do. Dr. Bracken was advised by Assistant-General Hilton to put the question up to the state superintendent of schools. For rheumatism you will find, nothing better than Chamberlain's Liniment. Try it ancl see how quickly it gives relief. For sale by A. E. A. Mummery, Druggist. Detroit United Lines. Between Saline and Ypsilanti Leaves Saline 6:05 a. m., 7:05 a. m., 8:05 a. m. and every two hours to 8:05 p. ni., 10:-k p. m., 12:00 p. m. and 12:50. Leaves Ypsilanti 5:30 a. m., 6:30 a. m., 7:30 a. m. and every two hours to 7:30 p. m.. 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 Plymouth and Northville; at Ypsilanti for Detroit and Jackson I FOB BACKACHE KIDNEYS AND ii*. Qulekiy Relieved BY THE USE QF The Great Remedy for Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica, Gout, Neuralgia, La Grippt and Kidney Trouble. Applied externally, it stops all aches and pains. Taken internally, it dissolves the poisonous substance and assists nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition. Sold by Druggists. One Dollar per bottle, or sent prepaid upon receipt of price if not obtainable in your locality. SWANSON RHEUMATIC CURE COMPANY 168 Lake Street, • • - Chicago SWANSON'S PILLS Best Remedy for Constipation, Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, Belching: and LiyerTroubles. 25c Per Box at Druggists SKIN SORES Easily and Quickly Healed Those who suffer from Eczema, pimples or other sMn eruptions know Its miseries. There Js no need ofsuflerins.You can easily get rid of it by a simple and inexpensive preparation known as the Jive-Drop Salve. It is a carefully compounded ointment that for fifteen years has proven its value as a soothing, heading remedy for eczema, pimples, running sores, -wounds, burns, salt rlieum, ring-worm, piles and acne. A single application will usually give immediate relief. The burning, irritating inflammation quickly subsides and the sores dry and disappear. The Five-urop Salve is now put up in 25 and 50 cent packages and sold by nearly all druggists. If it is not-obtainable in your locality you can order direct irom Swanson K. C. Co. 163 lake St, Chicago. I1L, and it will be sent postpaid upon receipt of price. It is an excellent; remedy for cracfeed. skin. and. swlP JJWWrs. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR NEW LINEOF LL PAPER CHEAPER AND BETTER THAN EVER BEFORE BURKHART BROS Ospraymo Pumps are the best spray pumps on the market today. It is the * only outfit with the proper agitator. Investigate, we leave it to your 'judgment. SYRACUSE SULKY PLOWS Enough said, any boy can operate it, draws easier than any walking plow and turns your ground more uniform. Ail we ask is to give the plow a trial. Phone and we will bring you out one and show you how to operate it. FENCE FENCE FENCE Get our prices before you buy. All kinds, all weights, all heights. RANGES Peninsular Cast and Steel Ranges are good ranges and they sell at prices that you can afford to pay. Gasoline Stoves OH Stoves They are just the thing for Spring and Summer, They will save labor and your wood pile. We have a good line to show you. Our Harness Department . We are busy but will find time to repair yours. Also a full line of new goods on hand all the time. Get a bottle of Anti-Smut to treat your oats. $1.00 and $1.50 a bottle. ; Two incubators at less than cost. -. SEEGER & SCHROEN PHONE 87. Double Disc v -.■■""-*'. Harrows and Spray Pumps at Henne's Hardware ii.
|Title||1912-04-18; 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.|