1913-04-10; Saline Observer
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"*■ *—""T"-'*1- ~'l I 1 "■II.IIIII'IHIII BI.Oi. »""■ H^iliwi *mrimr\mMMiaainmmtmi *u\ ' trtfti'mrnniMMMmm f : WnU XXXIII. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, APEIL 10, 1913. NUMBER 28 TOWNSHIP ELECTION Once upon a time A Wise, Man said to . A Poor Man, "You may have one wish" . At once The Poor Man said, "I wish I was rich." •■■■-■.' 'But you would not enjoy it," said The Wise Man. "To be rich you must .save.. Wish again." "I wish that J might save. "• said The Poor Man. His wish was granted and in time he became rich. N Moral—A Savings Account Saline Savings Bank ILLUSTRATED LECTURE ...193 ...147 ...200 ....147 -i* Homestead Fertilizer Is superior to any other brand, grade for grade, as it is more easily and quickly assimilated with the soil and becomes available at once. You get more actual value ior your money than in other grades as we do not charge you an exorbitant profit. Please remember us when purchasing for your spring crops. COOL BROS. Of Children's and Misses* Hats Also Young Ladies' $3.00 Hats Foe* iits-a^-a ^*^^g " DIEtlKEE'S HAT SHOP Two Contests livened Proceedings "for the Day in Saline. Quite a large vote was cast ia Saline on election day. The contest between Fuoss and Wheeler for clerk was an interesting" one. Last year- Wheeler beat Fuoss by 8, and this year the latter turned the tables, winning out by a majority oi 4. The super.visorship^ appears as though there had been a landslide for Mr. Gross. The fact that Mr. Lutz is a receptive candidate-for the post- mastership had much to. do with jthe large majority given his opponent, without reflecting at all on the popularity of the latter. This is the way Saline voted: Justice Supreme Court Joseph H. Steere 204 ■ Joseph B. Moore , 199 Regent of University Walter^. Sawyer...... ..,...,...200 Victor M. Gore......... . ...199 Supt. Public instruction Luther L. Wright John M. "Mtmson............... State Highway 'Commissioner Frank F, Rogers...... George G. Winans., ;..... Member State Board of Education Frank Cody.....:......;.:... ...200 Emanuel Wilhelm 147 Member State Board of Agriculture Robert- D. Graham 200 Alfred.J. Doherty , 19i> County Auditor ■ William Bacon...,..,.. 205 James Finnell...... 147, To Fill-Vacancy- Edward Hauser 217 Frank Joslyn 139 Supervisor Herman Gross .245 John Lutz 168 Clerk ■ Oscar C. Wheeler 202 Martin Fuoss.... 206 Treasurer Henry Rentschler ..276 William Acton 130 Highway Commissioner Wilbur D. Cornish........ Willis McClue Justice of the Peace Julius Bredernitz.......... Andrew J. Warren,. Board of Review • Joseph Sciiaible. ."-..230 Goerge J. Feldkamp....:--. 170 Highway Ovesreer John Kohler,"..'..,...'. Daniel Klein,,,, .,..,. Constables George V. Cook..,,..,..,. Chari'e's Koch,.,.., Matthew Sfeeggr....,..,..,....... 253 Samuel Buehler ..* 250 Charles Carven 175 William R. Stierle.!....................160 Glen. Gordon.......".. 147 Earl Kuder: 145 Woman's Suffrage For -.124 Against ........ 263 I and R on Constitutional Amendments For 123 Against .-238 I and R on Legislative Matter For US Against 239 Fire Department Pensions For. ....... '. :....S6 Against 281 Recall For.....: ....:........ .:....:.:;...136 Against 221 On Palestine-at M.E. Church, Tuesday Evening, April 15. On Tuesday, April 15, Supt. Walling will give an illustrated lecture on Palestine-at the Methodist church. The lecture will be preceded by a musical program. At the close it is planned to show some twenty-five slides illustrating the old familiar hymn, "'-Abide With Me." 'A small fee of ten cents -will be charged ipr admission, to defray expenses and buy slides for the school. Everybody is cordially invited and urged to be present. TALK NOT WRITE '^^<^^^^'^%^^^^-%^^^%^^'^^^^^/^'^^^%^<^'t • THE PLAGE TO BUY :■ Jackson Stiff Stay Farm Fence Jackson Poultry and Rabbit Fence .U .S;Crearn Separators With the New Washing Device Spray Pumps, Hose, Nozzels, etc. Imperial Double Disc Harrows .' : .Plows, Spring Tooth Harrows, Steel Rollers, Sulky Plows Paints, Oils, Varnish and Floor Stains HENNE'S HARDWARE STORE sm %^*^^^*%^>^^^^*^^^%^^*^*v^^'a^^%^t^^^%^i 280 124 .......232 .-.169 246 .T.» ,226 ,..,..,239 Michigan Children to do Oral Language Work in the Schools. ■ The art of story-telling is to be revived according to the plans of Superintendent of Public Instruction Luther L. Wright as evidenced by the State Course off* Study and the oral language bulletin which has just been issued by the department.'.. Superintendent Wright believes-that children learn to speak correctly by speaking rather than by, writing essays and studying technical grammar. As a result, the Course of Study requires oral language work in the first six grades. Tbe'language work for the lower grades will be largely the oral reproduction of stories which have been told or read by the teacher. Stories are to be dramatized, the children making up the necessary dialogue, thus developing- originality, fluency of speech ind proper sentence construction,'as errors will be pointed out and corrected.' For the more advanced grades; the -children, "will be expected to compose and tell original stone's, descriptions and arguments. The purpose of the oral language work is to develop habits of correct speech, .stimulate original thinking, encourage self-expression and fluency of speech. . , Linoleum 84x164 wide BURKHART BROS. Iveralls Jackets and Shirts "WEAR LIKE A PIG'S NOSE" \ * There is sdmethihg doing all the time at Cressy's. That is why he can sell irugs and Mm heap Presbyterian Church News Subject Sunday morning, "The Law of Progress and its Application to Mqdern Reform Movements" Weekly prayer meeting Thursday- evening, Subject, "The Sower—Are You One?" , Meetingof Presbytery in the Trumbull avenue Presbyterian church, on Monday evening, April 21., The Sabbath school lessons are very- interesting and profitable." The lesson this Sabbath, "Jacob at Beth.el, or God Meeting Us in Our-Lonely-Hours,5' Reeoiimiended for a Good Reason. C. H. Grant, 230 Waverly St., Peoria,5* Ills., says: '^Backache and congested kidneys made me suffer in*, tense pains. Was always tired "and floating specks bothered me. Took Foley Kidney Pills and.saw- .big im-; provement after thirdday. I kept *on jintil entirely freed of. all trouble and suffering.^ That's why*! xecommenct Foley .Kidney Pills., They cured me," O. O. Wheeler's Pharmacy, Don't be surprised-if .you have an attack of rheumatism this spring. Just rub the affected parts "freely with Ghainberlain's Liniment and it -will goon" disappear- Said by E. H. Cressy. I Probate Court Notes. Frank Joslyn of Ypsilanti has been appointed guardian of Adaline, Jones. Louis'a Bierman has been appointed guardian of Lillian, Ruth and Frederick Bierman. Rosa Lutzer of Scio has been appointed guardian of Clara M. Lutzer. Petition filed for the probating of the will of Anna Yost of Ypsilanti. Petition's filed for administration of the estate of Candice Southworth, and the estate of Lucy Harper of York. Petition filed for probating the will of John J.. Campbell of Augusta, Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings of York filed papers of adoption of Florence Thomas. Petition "filed for administration of the estate of John Maegle of Ypsilanti, Petion filed for the probating of the will of'Nelson Baird of Milan; .also for probating of the will oi Mary Cushon. Sarah Hitchingham appointed guardian of William, Vincent, Ruth and Grace Hitchingham, and Isaac Shipley, Scio, guardian of Edna Shipley. Petition filed for admission to probate of will of Dorothy Wehner, Ann "Arbor. \ Will of- Iia Davis, Ypsilanti, admitted to probate. License granted to sell real estate in the estate of Stanley McDonald, Milan. Final'account in the estate of Al- pheus'McPherson estate, Ypsilanti, approved. ' . .. Jacob J. Burkle appointed' adminis' trator of estate of John A. Burkle, and Violet Wells administratrix of the es tate of Harlow Wells. County Scat Notes, A petition for a divorce has been filed on behalf of "Mrs. Rose E. Van- Slyke of Ypsilanti against William VanSlyke, charging cruelty." A petition has also been filed by Henry Zellerhpfi of . Manchester against.Mrs. Frances. Zellerhoff on the grounds of cruelty. Attorney Otto Haab of* Ann Arbor has begun .suit for divorce on behalf of Mrs. * Mary* C. Kaercher of Scio township against Leonard Kaercher for crueltyi' . * . - » There.-is no case on record of a cough, cold or lagrippe- developing into .bronchitis, pneumonia or consumption after Foley's •Honey and Tar Compound has "b;?en"taken. The genuine is.in a. yellow package. Refuse substitutes. Q. <i. Wheeler's Pharmacy. . - We liaveanice, clean, up to date store. Just come in and give us a trial and see what you can save. H, E. CRESS! JEWELER, OPTICIAN »/%* ^**[V<"^''fc'"'*V^/'V*'*V%'-'&/'V** When you want fresh candy of any kind ^ • GO TO K A. BOETTGER'S When you want fresh roasted peanuts GO TO K. A. BOETTGER'S When you want good, sweet California Oranges GO TO K. A. BOETTGER'S When you want cigars, pipes or tobaccos, of any kind GO TOK.A. BOETTGER'S $ And when you are hungry GO TO K. A. BOETTGER'S and get a good hot lunch. KARL SOETTGER t PHONE NO. 8 t Q/fa,^/W*\W^eQ^r^r%l%/ll/%/^r^&Qr^/»a^ VW We are in.a position to sell - .. . •. Woven Wire fencing ^ "in the following styles, at\fhe.f6U6wing prices: * * - ** * , 10 Bar 4 feet high, at 20c per rod , 11 Bar 4 1-2 ft. High, 24c per rod" 12 Bar 5 feet high, 28c per rod This fencing can be bought as. long as it lasts. . First ... come, first served. SEEGER & SCHROEN "The Hardware on the Corner; Phone 87 I**-.
|Title||1913-04-10; 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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