1913-06-12; Saline Observer
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-^ ■*^*"&££;*ai*4iia^ .g;a^fe^£=j£xc: n- 6: VOL. XXXIII. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1913, NUMBER 37 J What,jtc,. are YOU f making of YOUR money • A vain man's motto is— "Win Gold and Wear it" A generous man's— "Win Gold and Share it' A miser's— "Win Gold and Hoard it" A profligate's— "Win Gold and Spend it" A wise man's— "Win Gold and Save it" MORAL A SA VINGS A CCO UNT CQPYRIGHTEO 1»18 9TEWA>T AD IWDUSTKT . _ DELL SCHOOL 'Our Wish," Harold "Dandelion," Kenneth 3 Per CentPaid on Savings Deposits Saline Savings Bank aa^'^te>%i%Ai/%',fy^*tStt^Q>/&rt'*&*^^'*/^^ ^^ 0 You Will Find A! Our Store * White Lead Oils Brushes Varnish Crack Filler Stain Floor Wall Tona O-Cedar Polish Furniture Cream Hpuse Paints Floor Paint Liquid Veneer Refrigerators Lawn Mowers Screen Doors and Window Screens Linoleum O-Cedar Dustless Mops Auto Oils and Greases Auto Polish and Soap OIL STOVES-No Wicks, No Smoke-Burns Gasoline v GASOLINE STOVES-That Burn Coal Oil Had Successful Year, Fine Program Marking the Closing. The Dell school, with Miss Edythe Skinner as teacher, closed school on Monday evening:. June 2, with the following program:- Recitation, Graf. Recitation, Spitler. Recitation, "The Angler's Wish," Roland Bredernitz. Song, "Daisies," Olive Braun. Exercise, "On Memory Day," Alma Graf, John Steudle, Walter Graf, Dorothy Spitler. Recitation, "Smile It Down," Karl Bredernitz. Dialogue, "Hospitality on the Frontier," Herman Guthard, Alwin Burkhardt, John Yager, Emma Steudle, Olive Braun, Violet Smith, Dorothy Spitler. Song, "Summer Day," School. Recitation, "What Happened to a Tired Little Worm," Walter Graf. Recitation, Bird's"Music," Dorothy Spitler. Instrumental Solo, Alwin Burkhardt. Exercise, "Oh Guard Us Well," Edward Smith,- Kenneth Spitler, Olive i Braun, Erwin Graf, Emma Steudle, John Yager. Recitation, "A Puzzle," Edward Smith. Song, "Pansies," Alma Graf, Dorothy Spitler. Dialogue, "How the Grown Folks Minded," Lena Bredernitz, Ruth Graf, Lizzie Smith, Albert Bredernitz, Raymond Graf, OttoBredernitz. Cornet Solo, "Melody in E," Edward Henne. " Dialogue, "Little. Pitchers," Ruth Graf, Lizzie Smith, Alma Graf, Otto Bredernitz. Song, "iSTow Good Evening, Good Night," Lizzie Smith, Violet Smith. Sixteen pupils were promoted and two pupils, Lizzie Smith and Herman Guthard passed the county eighth grade examination. RECEIVED DIPLOMAS U. S. CREA SEPARATORS Twenty-five Young People Made Happy Last Week. Twenty-five graduates of Saline township schools and a 'large number of relatives heard Prof. Webster Pearce of the Ypsilanti State Normal, deliver the graduating exercises at the commencement exercises held here last Thursday. He took for his subject, "Measurements," and impressed upon his listeners the fact that the measure of a boy or girl, man or woman physically, in money, in social position, in education, all in themselves fall short unless the boys and girls become men and women who live clean lives, and live more for the good they can do to others than for their own selfish interests. The following program was given: Invocation, Rev. W. H. Hoffman. "Flower Bejewelled Meadows" (Frantz Abt), second grade. Address, Prof. Webster Pearce. "Merry Farmer Boy" (Wilson), second grammar grades. Presentation of diplomas, Commissioner Evan Essery. The students receiving diplomas were the following: Arthur C. Alber, Sylvester Brown, Edna Cook, Pearl E. Cook, Esther Cornish, Leon C. Geyer, Herman Guthard, Harold Hammond, Amelia Hornung, John Hertler, John Johnson, Violet Johnson, Linda Klager, Selma Miller, Ethel Monk, Viya B. Moody, Elton A. Osborne, Howard Farker, Merle A. Pontney, Mary F. Remski, Fred S. Schanz, Edna Schel- lenberger, Alfred J. Scherdt, Nestley Schoolmaster, Elizabeth Smith, Lizzie Smith, August A. Steeb, Walter Theurer, Walter Wahr, Benjamin Wiedman. GREAT LAKES MAP ANNUAL TRAVEL MAGAZINE Will skim closer and wash easier and give better satisfaction than any other Separator. This is a strong statement, but an absolute fact. Let us prove it to you. , .HENNE'S HARDWARE STORE, We invite you to call in and let us demonstrate to you the usefulness and superiority of our Send For Interesting Vacation Literature. The D. & C. Line, which operates daily steamer service between Detroit and Buffalo, has published a pamphlet containing the largest map of the Great Lakes, showing routes to-all summering places. You should have one to plan your vacation. A request with two • cent stamp enclosed will bring it. Write now. D. & C. Navigation Co., Detroit, Mich. We carry the largest and best line to be found in this section We will be pleased to show you anything in our large stock of Furniture, Rugs, Curtains, etc. $ ' DIETIKER & SON "Waterway Tales" Published By D. & C. Line,rSent To You Free, The latest contribution to the literature of travel is the 250-page book issued by tbe D. & C. line. It contains detailed description of new steamer City of Detroit IH, several interesting stories and is beautifully illustrated with fine halftones of scenes along the D. & C. Coast Line to Mackinac. Sent, anywhere upon receipt' of ten cents toprepay postage. Address: Dept. W, D. & C. Navigation Co., Detroit. Linoleum 84x16-4 wide BURKHART BROS. inck's Overalls, Jackets and Shirts 'WEAR LIKE A PIG'S NOSE ggEj™reCT^m*-irTO«.m.«jiiv>^v^^^ >> SEE OUR WINDOW FOR A BEAUTIFUL ARRAY OF <?> f'• X. rugs artel Sundries Our stock is large, the assortment complete, and prices always right. O.C.WHEELER Let Us Save You Money Council Proceedings. Regular meeting of the Village Council held in the council rooms on Monday, June 2,1913. President Eose in the chair. Trustees present: Bredernitz, Cook, Wheeler, Fowler, Fuoss. Absent: Lindenschmitt. Reading and approving minutes of previous meetings. Following bills were read: \ George V. Cook, street work 2 25 j George C. Koch, street work 3 00 I Jacob Clough, street work 6 80 ! J. L. Theurer, street work. -. 40.25 Fred Jerry, ex-marshall 3 00 C. H. Carven, marshall salary and care of fire engine. 16 00'| George C. Koch, painting, well pipe.; 2 00 When you need anything in the Furniture line it will pay you well to bear us in mind. If we haven't what you want, we'll order it. J. F. WEISSINGER Lady Attendant Furniture and Undertaking. . Licensed Enibalmer & WANTED! Marriage Licenses. Alexander S. Rodgers, 53, of South Lyons and Mary Graham. 58, of Ann Arbor. Charles S. Cromwell, 23j of Toledo and-Ethel L. Turner, 22, of Ann Arbor. _ . , , _ A1 it i Walter E. Westfall, 35, of Ypsilanti Correspondents for The Observer at all points* and Linda Sullivan, 30, of Ypsilanti. ■'■'■• " i •"- ——.. ' . *"■ M.L- '.ji .. ' e o i' s. " '1 j - ;Born- Sunday» t0 Mr- and Mrs. within eight miles of Saline not now represented. George Bernard, a son. JFrank Tower........... 6 40 I Moved by Fowler—that the bills be j approved and orders drawn to pay the same*—supported by Cook. Yea vote—Bredernitz, Cook, Fowler, Wheeler, Fuoss. Moved by W-heeler—that the petition for crosswalk at Blanchard corner on Bennett street be referred to the street committee—supported by Bredernitz. Yea vote—Bredernitz, Gook, Fowler, Fuoss, Wheeler. Motion by Fuoss—to adjourn—supported by Bredernitz. Yea vote—Bredernitz, Cook, Fowler, Fuoss, Wheeler." F.ROSE, President, HOMER FISH, Clerk. Probate Court Notes. Westley J. Parker .was discharged as administrator of the estate of Nelson Rogers. Thomas Hitchingham of Milan has been appointed administrator, with will annexed, of'The estate of Alvina Schock of Augusta townsh'ip. Douglas Golden was appointed guardian of Charles A. Wheeler, who has been adjudged incompetent. Both reside in Inn Arbor. The sale of real estate iu the estate of Catherine Zahn has been confirmed. A petitioh has l^een filed for the appointment of an administrator in the estate of Catherine Staebler of Ann Arbor. Petition was made to probate, the will of William Aprill, of Scio township. A petition was also filed to probate the will of Mary Ann Stimpson of Ann Arbor. ' Something to Fit Every Purse JEWELER, OPTICIAN r EH RSiS aa s^ ES/SS aw ra 8& ns s ea ran r Real Estate Transfers. Charles T. Estteman to Reichert Brooks^ property, Ann Arbor, $1. Luick Bros. & Company to H. A. Kenyon, property, Ann Arbor, $1. H. F. Frost tb A. A. Inglis, property, Ann Arbor; $1. ■ " Circuit Court Coni. to William L. Wood, 5 acres, more or less. Ann Arbor township,-$1. Waldo E. VVheeler to H. H. Herhst, property, Ann Arbor, $1. Julius Koernke to Edward M. Beagg, property, Ann Arbor, $1. B. F. Hodges to Ann A. McHenry, property, Ypsilanti, $1. C. D. Finch to Sarah A. Slick, property, Ypsilanti, $1. O. S. Springer to Richard I. Marr, property,.Ypsilanti, $10. Henry H. Hawkins to Montraville McNeil, property, Scio township, $1. The Brilliant Stars Of June By the end of June, Mars, Venus, Saturn and Jupiter will all be morning stars, but Foley's Honey and Tar Compound is at all "times the "Star" medicine for coughs, colds, croup" and whooping cough. A cold in June isas apt to develop into bronchitis or pneumonia as at any other time, but notif Foley's Honey and Tar Compound is taken. O. C„ Wheeler. For Good Sundaes and Sodas ...■.:' Only the Choicest oi Fruits and Syrups Used at Our Fountain. Fresh Fruits of all kinds, and a nice # line of up to date fresh candies. «» Salted arid Fresh Roasted Peanuts We always have in stock the best of the popular brands of Cigars and Tobaccos K. A. BOETTGER > PHONE NO. 8 ^ H Hot weather is now at hand and you will want a 8« In Gasoline, we have the lif5 )91 which is the best Gasoline Stove on the market today. They wear the longest, are simple in construction and absolutely safe. - We know of some in use seven years and they still act like new stoves. In Oil, we have the "PERFECTION" Everyone knows what they are. Ovens for both lands of stoves, plain or with glass doors, $1.25 to $3. We giVe and redeem Peoples' Legal Stamps. Ask for them. SEEGER& SCHROEN i "The Hardware on the Corner/ Phone 87* Suf*.
|Title||1913-06-12; 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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