1915-05-27; Saline Observer
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7 "T*»-fl(|i j V..I..XXXV. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, MAY 27. 1915 NUMBER 35 LARGE ATTENDANCE OUE of the (queerest things about some people is that they will not foil-77 G-OQE A3YXCS token -tliey KEOW they OUGHT TO. Perhaus we are all more or less that way. All the wise men of all ages have urged their fellow beings to PUT AWAY SOHETHBTG for a P-AIKY DAY. Good old Benjamin Franklin's sayings on economy and saving alone ought to make a bank hook holder of EVEItY ONE. If you have DELAYED, suppose you act H0HE8TLY with YOURSELF EIGHT HOW. •" 3% interest Paid" ©n."Savinf|& JSefeosits •State Basnle B8o. SSS The Hayes Four Wheel Com Planter. Spring Tooth Lever Harrows. Planet Jr. Two Row Corn Cultivators. Lawn Mowers from $2.00 to $8.00. •■■■■ Jacksoiv Field-and Poultry Fence.-y «■ ', White Enameled Refrigerators. Screen Doors and Window Screens. Gasoline and Oil Cook Stoves. We carry the largest stock of A-l House and Barn Paint, Oil, Brushes, Glass, Varnish, Stain Floor, etc., in town. Paint now and let us sell it to you. Our prices are as low as the Lowest. Auto Tires, Inner Tubes, Innershus, Supplies. HENNE'S HARDWARE STORE PHONE 50-F4 ■■%/^/^<^/%/%,'j^q .^aSAiiMSSCIKiLl BY READING THE ADS .YOU CAN .SAVE MUCH MONEY TEE aL-Affa* ^iitij FOR FARM AND SUBURBAN HOMES COUNTRY STORES -•.-■CHURCHES -:- HALLS HOTELS -:- SUMMER RESORTS, ETC. iito m £a a m £§ v% n 'Y ACETYLENE GENERATOR ?3.r* *^.<~j •» "* -a" S^V, , ^-t v*** >M-£VfccfV -> Jh ^'^ |t-f .jv?v v.w'5S*.f 1^?'*;-- V*?"' "*? t^vr*> HOW TO GET COFF WHITE FOR CIH- ANYPSIUTE P |\LL A COMPLETE GAS PLANT Installed outside and away from the building CHEAPER AND BETTER THAN ELECTRICITY I©SAL for COOKING Practical, Simple, Safe, Reliable and Economical The MostEssential Improvement that can be made in the Home THROW OUT the Noisome and Dangerous KEROSENE AND GASOLINE YOU OWE IT t;o the Health, Comfort and Happiness of Your Family to provide the Best Light that can be Obtained DO IT NOW HOFIT SHARING PLAN £U*LARSAND OUR YPSILITE MFG. CO. YPSILANTI, MICH. COMPETENT AGENTS WANTED Expected for the Older Boys' Conference Friday and Saturday. The fourth annual Washtenaw County Older Boys' Conference will be held in Saline May 28 and 29 when it is expected that one hundred delegates will be here for a discussion of the general- topic of "Loyalty." Friday afternoon will be taken up with the enrollment and assignment to places for the night. Friday evening a big banquet and program, including an address by Rev. George Knepper, Ann Arbor, will be held in the school hall. Saturday morning a Get Acquainted meeting, a devotional half hour and an address by Prof. S. B. Baird, Ypsilanti, followed by six minute papers on the different phases of the subject of "Loyalty" by boys from different parts of the county will be held in the school hall. For Saturday afternoon the athletic committee has arranged for a big track meet and tennis tournament All men and boys over 14 years of age are cordially invited and urged to attend. It is very necessary that the boys have the support of the older people of this undertaking, as there will probably be. at least 75 delegates who will have to be furnished accommodations for the night and breakfast Saturday morning. This is a rare opportunity for the boys of the community and certainly deserves the support and encouragement of all Christian people. Let us all boost for our boys. COMMENCEMENT DOINGS MEMORIAL DAY % /fllPp Busy Times Ahead for Faculty and High School Students. As usual the closing weeks of school bring many affairs of prominence before the public, and below we present a calendar of the most important events*. Eighth grade reception, Thursday evening, May 27, school hall. Rural eighth grade commencement, Thursday afternoon, June 3, at 2:30, school hall, for graduates attending the following schools: District 4 fr'., Freedom township; districts 4 fr., 5, 7 andlO, Lodi township; districts 2 fr., 5 and 7, Pittsfield township; districts 2 and 4 fr., York township, and all the districts of Saline township. Address by Prof. D. H. Roberts. Toastmasters' club banquet, Friday evening. June 4, school hall. Junior reception, Friday evening, June 11, The Tavern hotel. Baccalaureate address, Rev. Wittbracht, Sunday evening, June 20, St. Paul's church. Promotion exercises, opera house, Monday evening, June 21. Commencement exercises, opera .house, Wednesday evening, June 28. Address by W. J. McKone, president state board of education. Marriage Licenses. Charles Naylor, 47, Northfield; Mrs. Louise Lodhoiz, 43,'Ann Arbor. Joseph H. Julien, 21, Bay City; -^.label Avers, 19, Ann Arbor. Clifton M. Thomas, 21, Chicago; Florence Cossey, Petrolia, Ont. Robert Beeson, 85, Augusta township; Eva King, 37, same. Herbert R. Jacobus, 24, Ann Arbor; Mae Jisweak, 22, Calumet. CARD OF THANKS. We wish to express our thanks and appreciation to neighbors and friends for the kindnesses ard sympathy shown us during our late bereavement. Bert Gillen Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Ehnis Cut This Out— It Is Worth Money Cut out this advertisement, enclose 5 cents to Foley & Co., 2S35 Sheffield 1 Ave., Chicago, 111., writing your name ■ and address clearly. Tou will receive in return a trial package con- taining: '• (1) Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, the standard family remedy ior coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough, tightness and soreness in chest, grippe and bronchial coughs. (2) Foley Kidney Pills, for overworked and disordered kidneys and bladder ailments, pain in sides and back due 'to Kidney Trouble, sore muscles, stiff-joints, backache and rheumatism. ! (3) Foley Cathartic Tablets, a ■wholesome and thoroughly cleansing cathartic. Especially comforting to stout persons, and a purgative needed by everybody with sluggish bowel3 and torpid liver. Tou can. try these three family remedies for only Ec Wheeler's Pharmacy. Mrs. Mary -Gannett is quite sick with mumps. Mrs. John Wild spent Monday in Ann Arbor. L. O. T. M. M. regular meeting next' Tuesday evening. j F. Friis, who has been quite sick, is > reported ou the gain. Mrs. Edward Muir spent Suuday ■ with relatives at Ypsilanti. | Miss Amanda Scherdt has returned! to her work in Ann Arbor. Miss Minnie and Arthur day visited relatives in Ypsilanti Sunday. Miss Helen Finch was home from North Adams for the week end, A son was born to Mr, and Mrs. Hubert Spangler of Detroit on Sunday. Mrs. A. F. Clark spent the week end with her daughter, Miss Ella, at Alma. Mr. and Mrs. William Duible spent Friday with George Blumenaur and family. Bert Gillen and mother, Mrs. Ella Gillen, are spending the week with relatives in Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kelly returned last Thursday from a visit with his mother and family at Canton. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Johnson of near Milan spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson, of York. Warren Cole annd A. J. Warren made a flying trip to Willis Tuesday morning, being gone only a little more than two hours. Miss Olive Cressy spent Saturday afternoon and Sunday with her sister and family of Dundee. Her mother returned with her, after a six weeks' visit. . "t •« -••■ ■ ■ - , About 100 bankers from Jackson, Lenawee county, Monroe, Hillsdale and all places in Washtenaw county, comprising the Ninth group of the Michigan Bankers' association are in session at Ann Arbor today. From some unknown source we have come into possession of a real antique which we intend to reprint in full in an early issue. It was sent us for the "Do You Remember" section and will revive pleasant memories for many of the older people. Through the efforts of the business men at Milford the Auto Dash factory which was destroyed by fire in that village recently will be rebuilt. The citizens contributed $5,000 or its equivalent, which sum will replace the burned buildings. One good thing attracts another. Ypsilanti, unless present plans go awry, will have a home for dependent members of the Degree of Honor lodges of the state. Such institutions usually mean a large investment in beautiful buildings and well-kept premises. When you want any article of merchandise, buy it of a reputable home dealer, that the profit may remain to enrich the community. Send your money abroad only for what yon cannot purchase at home. Home talent, home labor, horhe industry, home capital and home pleasures are things to be fostered, encouraged and patronized if you want Saline to prosper. Last week we reprinted a local from the Clinton paper concerning five people of that village who have attained a rernarkahh1 age, eolke'ively, but Sals up can present a group for consideration which puts our neighbors on the | back seat for some time to come. We have in mind Mr--. M. L. Forbes, 92; Mrs. S. Gris-wold. 92; Mrs. Sarah Drake. 90; Mr<. P"v>e'<i* Robi-:son, 89, and Kdmuud *>V. Iliu'.t, 87. A report from Hillsdale says that r t Vr an important bet is to be determined by a visit to the office of the auditor-general within a few days. The waijer was made the other day on a trai: '.-.'tween Jacks-m and Lansing. Euv.n-.l Fv-'iudirf. of Hudson, member of the state board Of control of Jackson prison, made tlie statement that the pris n is nc-w and has been for four years absolutely self-sustaining. There was a dispute and Mr. Frensdorf offered to bet $1,000 to $10 that his statement was correct. Mr. Holmes of Chelsea, at one time a member of the same board, took up the bet. Martin Wackenhut, of Chelsea, produced $40 more and Mr. Frensdorf's certified check for $5,000 was placed against the Chelsea men's §50- Will Be Fittingly Observed in Saline— The Program. Memorial day in Saline will be oh served on Monday, May 31. The program for the day has been determined as follows: 10:00 De.-oration of the graves in the Lodi, York and Saline township cemeteries by the comrades and in the- vilhige by the flower gills. 12:00 Tolling of the bells for five minutes, as requested by the governor in his-proclamation. 1:00 Assemble on the school lawn, 1:80 Procession will start from the school and march to the cemetery. 2:00 Services to the unknown dead. 2:30 Exercises in the opera house. 4:00 Open air concert by the band. EXERCISES IX OPERA HOUSE Music, Band. Invocation, Rev. Mack. Governor's Proclamation. Decoration of the Living. Lincoln's Gettsburg -Speech, Miss Wilma Cole. Music, High School Chorus. Address, President Charles McKen- ny, Michigan State Normal College. America, Audience. Music, Band. The committee requests each and every one to wear a sprig of evergreen tied with a red, white and blue ribbon. Provision has been made so that the evergreen can be obtained at the dry goods stores where the ribbon will be on sale. All contributions of flowers should be sent to the school house as early as possible. ' If you cannot send them, call Wheeler's store, and some one will be sent for them. nnm ]& f In great variety of designs and at prices so low yon cannot afford to put off any longer having those rooms repapered you have been planning on. AKT ac 3 c 51,51[c51[c5|jc. m HBP §mm^Mm-<m&'Mmtm& s© m®@^§gffiim&&@&g&££% I DO YOU REMEMBER | When Andrew Craig had a blacksmith shop on the front corner of the home lot of Mrs. A. Carter? When Fred Gordon, jr., built and occupied the house on McKay street recently occupied by A. G. Cobb? When William and Alexander Gordon owned and occupied the house now occupied by E. A. Hauser and others? t When W. W. Seacord ran a newspaper called the Saline Oracle, published in the rooms over the corner drug store—the old wooden building? About Dow Arsenate of Lead for ...killing... otato I , Wheeler's Pharmacy I vS ^^miMws^ssm^mf^sm ^wmmmmmmmmmm® Presbyterian Church News Pastor—Rev. W. H. Hoffman. If the day is clear, the pastor will exchange pulpits Sabbath morning with Rev. Atchison of Milan. Union Memorial services in the M. E. church in the evening at 7:30. Sabbath school after the morning service; subject, "David Bringing the Ark to Jerusalem," or the worship of God the center and inspiration of our civilization. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:80; subject, "The Call of Foreign Missions for Money, Men and Prayers." Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7 o'clock; subject, "The Gift of Power"—Acts 1:8. The illustrated lecture on Home Missions in Michigan gave a clear, concise and convincing view of the present opportunities aud responsibilities pressing upon the christians of this great state. Are we doing our utmost to meet this call of God? Sir Oliver Lodge, the noted scientist, speaking 6f the war in Europe says: "I want to take the christian attitude. A main doctrine of Christianity is that the weak can overcome the strong. This war is a revolt against CSristian- ity. It is the deification of force and materialism. The result will be more and more to carry the world back to Christ, the greatest revelation of God we have had on this earth." NOTICE. Being busy with farm work I cannot find time to solicit for the sale of the celebrated Indiana silo, but if you are in the market for one I will make it worth your while to call on me. 15-tf-c Herman Heininger We hav& /I7crcf& Whooping Cough. "When my daughter had whooping cough she coughed so hard at one time that she had hemorrhage of the lungs. I was terribly alarmei about her condition. Seeing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy so highly recommended, I got her a bottle and it relieved the cough, at once. Before she had finished two bottles of this remedy she -was entirely well,", writes Mrs. S. F. Grimes, Crooks- ville, Ohio. Obtainable everywhere. Wheeler's Pharmacy. IT IS EGONOMY TO BUY ONE OF OUR NEW REFRIGERATORS, BECAUSE IT WILL PAY FOR ITSELF IN WHAT YOU SAVE ON ICE AND FOOD. OUR ICE BOXES ARE "SANITARY," WELL MADE AND ORNAMENTAL. DON'T TAKE ANY CHANCES WITH SICKNESS. COME AND BUY THAT REFRIGERATOR "NOW." IT MAY SAVE A CASE OF DANGEROUS TYPHOID IN YOUR FAMILY. SEEGER & SCHROEN The Hardware on the Corner. Phone 87 5 ET No fees or expenses out and no expenses to pay. An investment unexcelled for safety, convenience and rate of income. i Checks Sent Semi-Annually Withdrawable on 30 Days' Notice Our reeord, 25 years of success, assets over one million and a quarter dollars. Write for financial statement and booklet giving full particur lars. CAPITOL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION I^A*SSI~*VG, racH.
|Title||1915-05-27; 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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