1913-04-24; Saline Observer
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YER. VOL. XXXIII. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, APEIL 24, 1913. NUMBER 30 There is but ONE way—and the ONLY Way lo provide for the future welfare of yourself and your family—and that is the SA VING way. Just as hard work and perseverance is the ONLY was lo success—so, thrift, economy and saving, is the ONLY way to .Opportunity and Wealth. The moment that you realize that a SAVINGS ACCOUNT is the only way lo independence and contentment, then—and only then—are you on the RIGHT way. Saline Savings Bank 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 for your money than in other grades as we do not charge you an exorbitant profit. Please remember us when purchasing for your spring crops. Wall Paper We have over 200 High Grade designs in wall paper for you to choose from. You have the opportunity to use your own taste, as you can make up any combination you wish. Prices are very reasonable, considering quality. We also have in stock a line of cheaper grades, ranging in price from 5c up. DIETIKER & SON Housekeeping Is Not the Task It Used to Be f ODERN invention has done away with much of the hard work, for instance, the cleaning and polishing of hardwood floors, the dusting of moldings, the tops of high furniture, the stairs, under the radiator, etc. These back-breaking tasks are now made easy with the D€ Polish With it you can dust, clean and polish a hardwood floor in the time it formerly took you to get ready to do it. Besides, you do not have to get»do\vn on your hands and knees to dust under the bed or other hard-to-get-at places, or to stand on a chair to dust the top of the high furniture. All of the hard work is now made easy with the O-Cedar Polish Mop. „ It gathers all the dust or dirt from everywhere and holds it. The mop Is easily cleaned by irashins and then, renewed hy pourins on a few drops of O-Cedar Polish. * »». ». . r\ D" 1 Try it two whole days with 1 ry It at \JUr K1SK this tmderstandme: If you do not find It satisfactory in every respect we will return your money. The price is only S1.50 and it will save its price many times oyer in a short time/ HENNE'S HARDWARE ; WANTED! "IT CANNOT BE DONE." Somebody said that it couldn't be done, But he with a chuckle replied, That "maybe it couldn't," but he would be one Who wouldn't say so till he tried. So he buckled right in with a trace of a grin On his face. If he worried he hid it. He started to sing as he tackled the thing That Couldn't be done—and he did it. Somebody scoffed; "Oh, you'll never do that— At least no one has ever done it;" But he took off his coat, and he took off his hat, And the first thing we knew he'd begun it. With the lift of his chin and a bit of a grin, Without any doubting or quiddit, He started to sing as he tackled the thing That couldn't be done—and he did it! There are thousands to tell you it cannot be done, There are thousands to prophesy failure; There are thousands to point out to you, one by one, The dangers that wait to assail you. But just buckle in with a bit o'f a grin, w Then take off your coat and go to it; Just start in to sing as you tackle the thing That "cannot be done"—and you'll do it. DANIEL O'CONNELL Pretty Musical Comedy Pleased Audience Monday Night A fairly good house greeted the Ypsilanti players at the presentation of "Daniel O'Connell" at the opera house on Monday evening. While there isn't much in the way of plot to the piece, being designed, evidently, more to amuse and please than to evoke serious attention, the action flows freely along to*a satisfactory conclusion. The villain is justly circumvented and the gay Irish hero is triumphant at the proper time. The musical numbers were generously interspersed throughout the action of the play and were thoroughly appreciated, several encores being called for and graciously given. The leading male voices were far above the ordinary, and the ypung ladies' better than fair. The choruses were exceptionally well done, and all in all, it was a treat good to share in. The high school, for whose benefit the performance was given, is a neat sum ahead as a result of the venture. MUST CALL SPE CIAL SESSION Correspondents for The Observer at all points within eight miles of Saline .not now represented. Circuit Court Jurors. The jury for the May term of the circuit court is as follows:" Ann Arbor 1st ward—Guy P. Henning. 2nd ward—John B. Eibler. 3rd ward—Milton Stefiy. George Allmendinger. 4th ward—Sam S. Hammial. 5th ward—M. Bowen. 6th ward—W. D. Otis. 7th ward—Lewis Otto. Ann Arbor Town—Henry Braun. Augusta—W. D. Simonds. Bridgewater—William Rentschler. Dexter—James Storrey. Freedom—Lewis Koebbe. Lima—Herman Pierce. Lodi—Herman A. Gensley. Lyndon—Owen Mclntee. Manchester—Ered Schumacher. Northfield—Charles Wagner. Pittsfield—Charles Burkhardt. Salem—Lloyd Pebbles. Saline—Fred Bauknecht. Scio—Alexander Dancer. Sharon—Reuben Kappler. Superior—Richard J. Bird. Sylvan—Amanfried Hoppe. Webster—George Merrill. York—Arthur D. Conde. Ypsilanti Town—A.. M. Kimmel. Ypsilanti City 1st dist.—Duane Spalsbury. 2nd dist.—John Harper. If Anything Be Done on Good Roads Next Year. As the county road system was carried at the recent election, unless the board of supervisors holds a special session sometime before the middle of the coming summer it will be impossible to build any good roads in this county before the summer of 1915. Under the good roads law the supervisors cannot spread the good road tax until they receive an estimate from the road commissioners for a certain amount of money, which cannot be more than two mills on each dollar of assessed valuation. Unless a -special meeting is held to elect these commissioners early in the summer, or some arrangements are made for electing them at a special election, it will be impossible for them to certify to the board how much .money is wanted or On what plan it is to be expended. It has been supposed that they could do this at the January meeting of the supervisors. But the law prescribes that the certification must be made before October 1, so that the tax can be spread before December 1. Since there was a meeting of the supervisors last January there will be none next January. In other words the commissioners elected at the.'October meeting would be unable to claim any money for road building until the rolls are certified to the October meeting of the board in 1914. The tax would then be spread and some time in 1915 the first road building could actually begin. Now once in every five years the supervisors hold a meeting in June, but this coming June.does not happen to be one of the times for a regular meeting; The only way the good roads commissioners can be chosen in time to present their estimate of road taxes to the October meeting of_the board will be to have a special meeting* of the supervisors early in the summer to select three commissioners. These three commissioners are to be chosen for varying terms the first time, one for two years, one for four and one for six, and thereafter one will be selected every two years. j.To hold a special meeting of the j board/of supervisors a, petition signed by ten of the twenty-nine members is necessany. Probate Court Notes. Petition has been filed in' the probate court for the appointment of an administrator for^the estate of Steven Atchison of Salem. Also for permission to sell real estate of the estate of Samuel H. Joslyn, Ypsilanti. Probate Judge Murray has allowed the final account in the estate of Anna M. White, Ann Arbor. Petition has been filed for the probating ol the will of William B. Everest, Ann Arbor. Presbyterian Church News Subject Sabbath morning, "Apostolic Brotherhood, as Shown in the Community of Goods, and what it signifies; why it seemingly failed." The pastor is this week in Detroit attending Presbytery. Subscribe for THIS PAPERj Real Estate Transfers. R. E. Reichert to Albert Weimer and wife, Augusta, $1. Ann J. Dunlavey by administrator to Geo. Francisco, Scio, $50. Martha Snowball to Harry C. Snowball and wife, Augusta, $1. Frank Chenowith and wife to Wm. Grose and wife, Ypsilanti, $1,550. Lillian Marsland to Frank McKins- try and wife, Ypsilanti, $2,300. John Frank by heirs to E. A. Hauser, Saline, $1. Robert Miller to E. J. Koch, Ypsi. Wm. Kulenkamp and wife to' Fred Below and wife, Sharon, $12,000. A. J. Waters and wife to William Foor and wife, Manchester, $250. James P. Wood and wife to John Kalmbach, Sylvan, $1. John Spiegelberg and wife to Gilbert E. Mansell and wife, Lima, $1.' jtinnie J. Edison .to regents of U. of Mv -Ann Arbor, $4,500. '\;-$ky Michelfelder and wile . to John J. Nanry, et al., Jforthfield, $2,100, Fred Kader to Matilda Draper, York, ?600. CARPETS r Linoleum 84x16-4 wide BURKHART BROS. Find's Overalls Jackets ajd Shirts "WEAR LIKE A PIG'S NOSE" mnacanEEEE Come, Listen . There is something doing all the time at Cressy's. That is why he can sell Drugs and Medicines So Cheap We have a nice, clean, up to date store. Just come in and give us a trial and see what you can save. Eli PPEQQY JEWELER, i Hb UllEddl; OPTICIAN 1^%, %*%v***VVVM^^%*^V»^'VVtV<^*VV*IV%%%*VV First of Season Ice Cream We have our soda fountain up, tables and chairs in place, and now are ready to to serve delicious ice cream and sodas —any style or flavor you wish. Fruits and Confections Always a choice assortment of the nicest grades to be found, and always fresh. We extend an invitation to all to give us a trial, and we believe you'll agree that we serve THE BEST. K. A. 80ETTGER > PHONE NO. 8 # Housecleaning Time! Use B. P. S. Indoor Paint to brighten up your rooms." We also have a full line of Boydeli Bros. Prepared Paints—the best on the market. Ground is Ready to Plow Use the best Plow made—get a Syracuse Sulky. SEEGER & SCHROEN "The Hardware on the Corner." Phone 87.
|Title||1913-04-24; 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.|