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IP. It.. * *..*i.iJi?*S - j /I 5 VOL. XXXV, SALINE, WASHTENAW GO., MICH., THURSDAY, JUNE 17. 1915 NUMBER 38 s* ¥ A- MA2T of family has -a big responsibility. He not only must con- «V» serve the morals and education of his wife and loved ones, but he must see to it that THEY SHALL EOT WAHT. Is there a better way of helping Ms dear orfes than by adding to his -BA2TK ACCOUNT? It will provide against sickness and misfortune. Every man of family SHOULD HAVE A BANK ACCOUNT. 3% SrtSerest Paid on Savings Deposits - State Bank No. 395 ^^^!y«^a^.%^^%^^i^'*^^^i^a^^'^'^/^^^'^/*iv ^••^^Qk^^ The Hayes Four Wheel Corn Planter. Spring Tooth Lever Harrows. Planet Jr. Two Row Corn Cultivators. Lawn Mowers from $2.00 to $8.00. Jackson Field and Poultry Fence. White Enameled Refrigerators. Screen Doors and Window Screens. Gasoline and Oil Cook Stoves. We carry the largest stock of A-l House and Barn Paint, Oil, Brushes, Glass, Varnish, Stain Floor, etc., in town. Paint now and let us sell it to you. Our prices are as low as the Lowest. Auto Tires, Inner Tubes, Innershus, Supplies. HENNE'S HARDWARE STORE ■1 PHONE 50-F4 <L%,-<*tV«*iv^&/,&/<*1/^l-'A/Q ^V^^^'^-^/ta^^/^'^^^tV^^^^'^^/^'iV^^sV ff-tyn-afawTm^smUma "Jt But not always. For instance, if your time is worth anything it would be quite an expensive job for you to call upon and talk only five minutes to each reader of this paper. * ' It fbryou. Just tell us what you would like said and we will fix it up in attractive shape so that everybody in this vicinity will listen. The low cost of such advertising service will surprise you, and the results in most cases will be just as satisfactory ;as a personal talk. '•■■',*.-■;■• THE OBSERVE SALINE; IvneH. L Board of County Auditors. June Session. \" The Board of County Auditors met in regular session in the Court House in the City of Ann Arbor in the Auditor's room on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. June 7, 8 and 9.1915. Present, Auditors Joslyn, Townsend and FinneU. The following bills were allowed- and warrants ordered drawn for the same: COUNTY Clark Brothers, burial of Emeline Doherty.$ James B. Armes. report of Emeline Doherty J. E. Moore, burial of James P- Parkhurst. Frank Joslyn. report of James P. Parkhurst Arthur Clark, burial of Chas. F. Meyer Richard Tuffs, report of Chas. F. Meyer.... Athens Press, printing... '. E. L. Polk, State Gazetter Ypsilanti Press, printing auditors' report... Chelsea Tribune, printing Times News Co., nrinting Meyer, Schairer Co.. supplies Western Union Tel. Co., messages George Wahr. supp'ies for county , Richmond & Backus, supplies (Treasurer).. Line-Guide Mfg. Co., supplies John C Fischer Co., supplies Doubleday Brothers Co., supplies. Schumacher Hardware Co.. supplies (Jail). Welch Spangler Co., supplies . B. E. Muehlig, supplies St. Josephs Retreat, board of John Quincy. U. of M. Hospital, care of Frazier.... Hutzel C*; Co., supplies.. O. A Vaughan, services Frank -Preston, services .... John C Bleicher, services Bert Kenny, services Philip Fohey, repairs to lawn mower : W. & L. E. Gensley, supplies S. M. Yutzey, examining insane Dr. R. G. MacKenzie, examining insane (2) Dr. Ugo Wyle, examining insane., Dr. Howard Post, examining insane Dr. Hubert Johnson, examining insane Dr. J. H. Dickinson, examining insane Dr. E. F. Chase, examining insane Dr. M. L. Belser, examining insane Dr. E. A. Clark, examining insane Dr. G. F. Muehlig, examining insane Dr. H. B. Britton, examining insane M. A. Davenport, setting headstones J. H. Wicklif, hauling ashes Doan Oil & Paint Co., supplies Schroen Brothers. supplies S. A. Elsifor, hauling rubbish Underwood Typewriter Co., typewriter W. J. Arbaugh, school examiner ' W. L. Walling, school examiner H. A. Tape, school examiner G. W. Logan, school examiner Frank Hendrie, school examiner G. W. Smith, school examiner ". Michigan State Tel. Co., toll and rentals... Frank Joslyn, services Perry Townsend, services James Finnell, services Clyde Kerr, printing Christian Schlenker, supplies 5500 2 00 55 00 2 00 55 00 200 12 00 8 00 560 17 75 2515 145 35 73 14 30 714 4 68 10 30 13 41 6 50 ' 1S3 184 33 50 9 26 12 00 3 00 3 00 300 300 100 4 67 5 20 10 40 5 20 5 45 5 45 5 20 5 20 5 20 5 20 5 20' 500 950 2 50 14 50 2 20 2 35 27 50 400 4 00 4 00 400 4 00 4 00 49 45 16 80 16 26 15 20 10 75 6 00 COUNTY BUILDING Hutzet& Co., repairs to jail $ 5 50 Muehlig & Schmid, supplies 1215 wTb. Bancroft, painting roof court house 100 00" Schumacher1 Hardware Co., repairing roof court house . Schumacher & Backus, repairs court house Martin Haller, repairs court bouse Jacob Jedele, services Lester Canfield, painting fence (Jail) total $27208 FUEL AND LIGHT Washtenaw Gas Co., light court house and j ail . Eastern Michigan Edison Co., light court house and jail ". :.,.. Artificial Ice Co., coal court hauseand jail 8418 47 20 3 20 8 40 1145 $ 3016 6064 .88550 Total $97630 RECAPIT ULATION ' County ....-....$77772 County Officer.. 2192 67 Contagious, y ..-! 72113 County Building .'. , 27208 Fucland Light 97630 Total $777 72 COUNTY OFFICER Frank Dettling, services 5 W. S. Bilbie, services Samuel'Schultz, services ** Josephine Hoppe, services CoraL. Haas, services Leo. J. Kennedy, services C. K. Cobb, game warden fees. Elizabeth Bodmer, probation officer C. C. Dorr, poor commissioner Lee Davision, deputy sheriff Jacob Zeeb, deputy sheriff.... Leo L. Watkins, justice fees H. B. Clark, sealer of weights, etc W. G. Doty, justice fees M. B. Stadtmiller", justice fees Lester Canfield, deputy sheriff fees Fred Dowling. deputy sheriff fees George V. Cook, taxi for officers. Maria Peel, truant officer R. Linsey, deputy sheriff fees John C. Fischer Co., supplies jail Postal Tel. Co., messages White Studio, photos jail J. Wanzeck, deputy sheriff fees *.,..,.. B. &B. Auto Co.. auto supplies George Boettner. deputy sheriff fees City Taxi Cab Co., auto for officers Western Union Tel. Co.. service jail Lome Kruspe. deputy sheriff fees Leonard Josenhans. deputy sheriff fees Stark Taxi Cab Co., auto for officers :.. JohnF. Connors, deputy sheriff fees John D. Thomas, justice fees Thomas O'Brien, services E. Sodt, services Frank Pardon, services Perley Jones, services court officer.'..-. Evan Essery, school commissioner expenses. Cora Haas, school examiner Josephine Hoppe, school examiner John Shankland. deputy sheriff expenses... William Eldert,' deputy sheriff expenses Joseph Gross, deputy sheriff expenses Charles Fox, deputy sheriff fees. John Young, deputy sheriff fees _.:... William Esslinger, deputy sheriff expenses. Ed. Campbell, constable fees Roy Evans, constable fees '. H. E. Cooper, constable fees. H. D. Witherell. justice fees. Alice Schrepper, care of prisoners... H. G. Lindenschmitt, sheriff expenses H. G. Lindenschmitt. board of prisoners W. Savage, services.. 44 00 60 00 64 00 103 20 98 50 2 70 3910 450 13 50 15 57 68 00 600 12 00 49 75 23 60 47 42 6 60 18 75 4140 450 24 75 105 14 50 300 56 87 14 20 125 75 4 00 18 02 10 00 6915 16S25 3 50 3 50 700 75 00 40 30 16 00 16 60 1470 74 05 59 25 5530 4-00 14 00 2 50 4 65 1365 13 00 900 216 59 439 20 ..' • 200 Total $2192 67 Total $493990 On motion of Auditor Finnell, supported by Auditor Joslyn the proceedings of the Board for the month of June was ordered printed in the Saline Observer and Chelsea Tribune. PERRY L. TOWNSEND, Chairman. GEORGE W. BECKWITH, Clerk. , Presbyterian Church News Pastor—Kev. W. H. Iloffman. Subject Sabbath- morning, "Bryan and Wilson, or the Dreamer and the Statesman, Both Essential." The evening service, The Baccalaureate sermon, in St. Paul's church, Rev. Wittbracht preaching the sermon. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7:30; subject; "The Welcome to Children." The Children's Day exercises were largely attended and of unusual interest, many of the little tots speaking*f or the first time in public. Sabbath school after morning service, temperance lesson and it is timely just now, when a national and international temperance convention is to meet at Atlantic City. Everybody should get enthusiastic on temperance. With the close of another school year and so many graduates to receive their diplomas, we should renew our appreciation of the public school system in America and realize more fully what a privilege it extends to the humblest in the land and how essential it is to educated citizenship. The church arid the public school are the essential elements of true Americanism. Notice to Destroy Noxious Weeds. To all owners, possessors or occupiers of land, or to any person or persons, firm or corporation, having charge of any land in this state: Notice is hereby given that all noxious weeds growing on any land anywhere within the . - - . Township of Lodi county of Washtenaw, state of i'iehi- gan, or within the limits of saM iiigh- way passing by and through such I.! ids, -nearly the same are:, as either Ohio, must be cut down and destroyed on orS Indiana, Virginia, Kentucky or Tonnes- bef ore the first day of July, 191.**. A. ' see. The upper pi -.-insula c. ntains D., and again on or before the fir..- t!ay : more square miles Uu.ii .till Kew Eng- of September, A. D. 1915. tland, leaving out Maine, ttr.d is larger Failure to comply with this notice on than Maryiund ahd Delaw-'sro coriibined. or before'the date mentioned or within; -^—.— ten days thereafter: shall make the par-1 ties so- failing liable for the costs of! cutting same and an additional levy of j The new Michigan law providing for ten percentum of such cost, to be levied' the payment of a bounty mi c>*id rats will soon go into effect. 'lhei.it law is Does Advertising Pay? \ Grass Lake, "Mich., June 9, 1915.' The Saline Observer, * j : Saline, Mich. ' ' I Dear Sir: \ As I had'an ad running in your, paper advertising eggs for hatching purposes, perhaps you would like a little article in regard to the way advertising pays. I have sold all my ! eggs lor incubating as fast as I could j get them and could have sold more if I -could have induced my biddies to have been a little more ambitious, but I presume other lloeks have done better than mine have done. I will give you the result oi six months ending May 31st, which Is as follows: December, 1014, 34 hens, 520 eggs. January, 1915, 34 hens, ("96 eggs. - February, 1915, 34 hens, 613 eggs. March, 1915, 34 h'ens, 565-eggs. April, 1915, 34 hens, 656 eggs. 1 May, 1915, 32 hens, 654 eggs. Total for six months, 8,-704 eggs. If,any of your advertisers have a better record to show, let's see it.. Remember, the Utility White Leghorns. Again thanking my customers, I remain, Yours very truly, J. C. HAVENS School Notes. Final examinations this week. Clifford Stang has left school. Misses Esther Eeutchler and Helen Walker visited the high school Tuesday afternoon. The grades are working hard on the play to be given in the opera house on Monday evening, June 21. The Juniors royally entertained the Seniors Friday evening. The dining room was decorated in class colors. A jovial program followed the refreshments. At the chapel hour Tuesday* Superintendent Walling was presented with a fine picfu're, "The Danee of the Nymphs," by Corot, as a token of remembrance from the,Jschool and faculty. - - - . - A silver plate with the name of the "Classes of 1912 and 1913*' has been placed on the master clock in the library. This plate shows that above-named classes helped by gifts to pay for the new clock system. i §« t Because we want your business. That is a frank statement, but consider this---" we would not dare to continue calling your attention to our store if we were not making an honest effort to ^erve our patrons well—with good goods at fair prices. BURKHART BROS. m^'m^m^m^imemim' mmmm^m$^^&@&®^% ¥ About Dow Arsenate of Lead for • ...killing... the'i Wheejjg*p5s Pharmacy Michigan's Immensity. Michigan's immensity is realized only by a few of her inhabitants, let alone her guests. She is a giant, except in population. Compared with New York, , Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois and other', states whose populations convey an idea of bigness, Michigan seems a little.; -t state, when in fact she is the largest; §| east of the Mississippi river, except Georgia^ Michigan is »« l-.rge'ts both England and Wales; i* :u-fourth the size of France. -T'ih ! •«•• :•■' peninsula is mmm$>®imm^wPi<wM> ^^mmm^mmm§&'£&mwM> CONTAGIOUS' George B. Dunlap. supplies $ 42 93 Weinmann & Matthews, supplies 6 81 Dr. J. A. Wessinger, supplies 6 00 George Carey, supplies 40 62 Mann & Walker, supplies 1600 Dr. M. L. Belser, services 6 00 Goodyear Drug Co., supplies ^ 58 60 Robert Killian, supplies 615 Sumner & Howe, supplies 415 B. O. Qntv,-ater, supplies.. - 840 Norman Jedele, supplies 812 Dr. E. B. Honey, supplies, 175- E. Jedele, supplies.... .. 415 Alban &'Augustus, supplies ." ■ 4-86 Dr.F. L. Arner, supplies.....: 6000 W. E. Alexander, merchandise destroyed. 7 00 Dr. G. M. Hull, medical service 120 00' John G. Lamb, supplies ,. 9"14 Mrs: F. E. Riley, supplies 2150 Dr. H^B. Britton, medical services....... 2400 •Dr. Samuel Chapin, medical sen-ices..-.... 90 50 Dr. J.;H. Dickerson,medical services. 8100 Mis. Wra. .Tuttle, nurse servicesV-.- *\-.-.-. 75 00 -MarvinDavenport, supplies. „. 1845 Must Count Dead Rats. and 'Ifillected against the property in thejphe manner .as other taxes are levilcl and collected. Also ail brush growing upon the right: of way of all highways running through or along side said lands, but not including any shrub reserved for shade or other purposes, must be- cut down and destroyed. Dated this Sth day of June, A. D. 1915. ' JACOB KINSLEY, . Commissioner of Highways of the Township of Lodi, ..County of Washtenaw, State of Michigan. Grain Prospects Fair. The average condition of .wheat; in' the state 's-'*91' per* cent, according to the crop report iss.uedvby Secretary of. State Vaughn. Damage by Hessian fly is estimated at 6 per cent, while 2 per cent of the wheat crop will be plowed: up because it was winter killed. The condition of rye is 91 per cent and oats" 9i-.-., ''.-'?■■=■_ .;:•■. ; Eighty per cent of the fruit reports throughout the state report serious damage to all varieties of fruit by frost during May^" . Greatly Benefited by-Chamberlain's. Liniment. "I haveused Chamberlam'&Luiimerit for sprains, bruises and xheamatic pain's, and the great benefit I-have received, justifies my recommending it in the highest terms,": writes Mrs. -Florence similar to the present law \ roviding a bounty on English sparrows. The fats have to be counted by the township clerks of the county where the rats are . killed. It takes five rats to make a - "count," and any less nun.L.r can be refused inspection by a township clerks Orders for the payment of tlie bounty are drawn on the county ck-rk who in turn issues an order on the county treas- ' urer.f or the amount. The law provides for no extra fees for the township offi-; cers and it is not decided whether the' scalp of the dead rat or the whole body is necessary to complete the transac-1 tion. In the latter event the townsTiip ' clerks will have to start a grave-yard. \ -.—-. «s> . g»- —~- J Real Estate Transfers j. Furnished by Washtenaw Abstract Company : 106 N. Fourth Avenue, Ann Arbor. bi&rnan iriots,1 Consid- j Jacob Theurer and wife to Alber and wife—Lot 4 and. par section.2, village of Saline.. eration $1,00. ,. j Louis-F. Kuebler and wife to Wil-. liam Walker—Land on section 35, Lodi township.. Consideration $1.00. j William' Walker *and„wife to Louis F. Kuebler and wife—Land on section 35,'Ladi township/ Consideration $1. ' • Restored to Good Health. ] "I -was sick for four years With stomach , trouble," writes1 Mrs. Otto GahSi Zanes- j ville, Ohio. ,"I lost weight and felt so ICE CREAM IS A GOOD, HEALTHY FOOD TO EAT DURING THE HOT WEATHER, FOR BOTH YOU AND YOUR CHILDREN. BUY AN ICE CREAM FREEZER FROM US AND MAKE YOUR OWN IQE CREAM. THEN YOU KNOW IT IS PURE AND GOOD. WE ARE THE PEOPLE WHENEVER YOU NEED HARDWARE. ' SEEGER & SCHROEN The Hardware on the Corner. Phone 87 mWmmammWmm 5% NET Total.........S 72113 Slife, -WaUash, Ind "If you are troubled [weak that I almost gave p.p liope of be with rheumatic pains yqU will .certainly, ing aired. A friend told, tne about* he pleased with the prompt relief which,] Chamberlain's Tablets, and since using Chamberlain's Liniment affords. Ob- two bottles of thern.1 have been a 'well tainable evervwhere. woman,"' Obtainable everywhere. No fees or expenses out afld-uo expenses to pay. An; investment unexcejled for safety, convenience and..-rate of income. ■ . - ■'.... Checks Sent Senii-Annually : • . Withdrawable on 30 Days'Notice . Our record, 25 years of success, assets over one million anda quarter' dollars. Write for financial statement and booklet giving full particulars. . ■".<■-..■'- CAPITOL SAYINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION - "CA"?*JSI*XG, MICH:.
|Title||1915-06-17; 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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