1920-02-12; Saline Observer
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r HHB f VOLUME XXXX SALINE,; WASHTeMAW COUNTY, MICH., THURSDAY, FEBRUARW 12, 1920 NUMBER 22 \ 4 A PBOC^iAMATION By the Governor-. P - *»!!!! i||J ii'li fiilllli i !l jlj iil III! Sli ml i'liii i!!:|i liilli lit ill nil:! iiiii -We don't expect too much | of the boy. i ' • " -i I We consider his age and | then-expect enough to give us III I I a little peep into his reliabiL ity. One of the very best incentives to his reliability is a bank ac«?ount. The Saline Savings. B_.nk j pays particular attention to its boy depositors. SALINE SAYINGS BANK ■The One Story Bank on the Corner MBM^KU OP FEDERAL BESERTE BANK I !! ih II ■I ;!| :j| I! !''.--—a I :■!■! Mv-*--: „*"*■.' z'■;"■'? * r = ;i is f *',*!: ■: !*'■ : :,:•.-*' - <■ : * ;i >■..*'.-;_-• '"■ **- ■■*'T:,!,"i-!il iil >ill ' 1 iiJlilL-I :<pilh:x^7 ■'""■i:J:?J,ii?!_?i^ ?:^..?.'j?ji?!lijl||Jui!'iil The wee^c beginning Fehruai y 10, next has been set apart as Father and Son "Week, and will he so observed throughout the Unitld States I am advised tliat last year Michigan led all the other states in the observance of Father and Son -Week, more than forty thousand men -and boys 'participating iu banquets and other functions of the week. It seems to me a wise thing to" encourage, any movement that will induce fathers and their boys to get better acquainted with each otherv "With b"-lt:r acqufl^ntarce will come a certain growth pf mutual confidence and et em, and nothing I can think of "will be bet-' ter calculated to d_epen and enr'ch the home life of our state. Therefore, I, "Alber; B. Sleep t) Governor of the State of Michigan, do issue this my proclamation and designate the week bsginning Feb ruary sixteen, nineteen hundred md twenty, Father and Son Week; end I request all fathers to inter s". themselves in the events and activities that wilF be arranged for this period. * . ALBERT E. S1EEPER, Govei no**. .-^^^M»_.^l. .^_lffi—gy=rar^«_ You can't he Happy >:<%fieii*$tfftf ;l*eet tout ■"*■ --"CjW".*- Let us show* you those "Weinberg Brand" work shoes that are as carefully built as the finest dress shoes, of the best of leather, and Goodyear welt. They.are the most comfortable and the most economical work shoe on the market. COME AND SEE ' * AUCTION SALE . George W. Rattray, having decided to quit farming, will offer :at public sale on the premises 4 mi.es north of Milan on Dexter street, 134 miles west ol Stony Creek, iy2 miles east and % of a mile so nth of Urania Station, 4 miles south of Roberts Corners, on Tuesday, February 17, 1820 commencing at Id o'clock, the following described prope ty: Three Horses—Dark gray .gilding 6 yrs. old, wt. about 1200; light grsy mare 8 yrs. old, wt. about 1200; ge'-d ing 15 yrs. old, wt. about 1100. Twelve Head of Cat le—Jersey cow 3 yrs. old, due May 5; c Jersey 3 Mrs. old) .due ..May- 12; Jersey 4 yrs, old, diiej^Septemher, 29; Black 4 yrs, .old, TEMPEBA*ITJBE COMPARISONS Bfe "'ID-lHdrence Last Month From * > .What Wc Had In 191» Statistics show that Janua*y 1920 was nearly fifteen degrees cable thjan the correscondi -g ' mont'i of 1919. During the month Just passed the mercury dropped on four of the thirty-one days" below zero; whi'e the highest point le-chedj'was 13 degrees. The . following tible shows the temoerature day by day for the two •months, as taken by A. J. Warren at 6 o'clock of each of the -mirnii-gs named: BURKHART BROS Tlie Store That Makes Yon Feel at Home laiiiy Grocery PHONE 8& For Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, Canned Goods, Candies and Cigars ?nee, Celery, BANANAS Cranberries. Onions. C«^«<>e LEMONS ORANGES -*_- S3 GRAPE FRUIT each 10c GRAPE FRUIT three for 25c Oranges 40c, 45c, 50c, 65c per dozen4. HONEY STRAINED AND IN COMB SAUER KRAUT 2-POUND CAN FOR 15c 2 FOR 25c Ritter's Baked Beans, large can 15c each, 2 for 25c BEST HEAD RICE 16c Per Pound Highest Cash Price Paid for Butter, Eggs and Farm Produce. ONE delivcrydftfly, leaving store at 9;00 o'clock. LAUNDRY AND DRY (LEANING SENT EVERY TUESDAT. YOURS FOR MORE BUSINESS, Phone 86 'MARTIN f-UOSS .'/- PLAIN POOD MAKES HEALTHY' PEOPLE EAT MORE BREAD IT IS BOTH HEALTHY ANI) ECONOMICAL .g, 'And if you buy it at the Schnebelt Bakery it will # always be the same for our reputation depends on our keeping the qualityof our products up. ..... ..• Schnebelt's Bakery Mtrath / 1911) 192G January 1 45 IS i" 2 22 7 ti 3 6 3 ■ it 4 2 10 " 5 7 E-~ " 6 20 '24 It 7 30 23 tt - 8 29 30 " 9 " •5 25 tt 10 15 - 1" • (t m 11 22 23 * u 12 13 2 tx 13 32 2 ft 14 31 8 ti 15 30 15 tt 16 30 12 It 17 32 B-2 tt 18 30 5 " 19 23 8 " 0 20 31 10 tt 21 31 9 tt. 22 . 3 5 2 .... ' 23 46 20 If 24 34 10 It 25 29 B-ll It 26 31 - 9 If 27 32 30 11 28 30 C II 29 28 5 II 30 27 H 23 " 31 2S B 4 Month average ?*% * 11 Council Proceedings 49--7 6.20 12:00 2.00 Regular meeting of the . C* mmo-i . ,.. „ , v Oanneil held Monday evening, Feb u - ,au^-?>ct. 23-, black 7- yrs? old„.,due<>ctrJ.al*j- _|,in .th_..Council.-Room,- " 13; Black 5 yrs. old, due Ojt. 10; Durham bull 16 'mos. oM; 4 yearling heifers, 1 black and 3 red, all due in October; Red and white cow 5 yiv. old, due Oct. 4); five of tnese. cows were fresh late fall and winter and are giving good flow of milk now on dry feed. Twenty-eight Head of H-gs—Registered O. I. C. sow due to farrow March 30, Sow due March 29th, 2 O. I. C. sow >pigs 5 mos. old, eligible to register; £8 sh.a'.s, weight from 100 to„150 lbs. each. Five tons mixed timothy and blue grass hay; 500 bu. extra gocd cats. Implements, etc.-—MeCormick mower 5-ft. cut, Oliver riding cultivator with centey section,. O-'iver "sulky plow No. 26-14, lever wood frame drag 82 teeth, spring tooth harrow 17 teeth, new 2-horse potafo digger 21_JBurch walking plow, Clipper 1- horse grain drill with seed;r, 7-ft. iron roller, good 3-inch tire wagan, old 3-inch tire wagon, buggy pole, spring seat, top-iiuggy with 2 sets of wheels, surrey with pole and thills ih good shape, Portland cutter, bob sleighs, hay rack, stock rack and wagon box combined, w*ood rack, 10- gal. barrel churn, 2.1-horse Cultivators, trip rope, ,40 ft. of rope in good shape, 3 harpoon forks, 3 '2x10 jack screws, 14) rollers, tackle block" with 200 ft. of inch rope, snatch block, tool chest, 1000-lb. scales, grindstone bicycle tread, hog crate, Iron A.g3 garden drill and tools complete, new; hog chute, hog troughs, grass seeder, a shaped" hog coop pn runners and floor new, 50 grain bags and sacks, 65 gal. iron kettle, DeLaval No. 12 separator, 5- and 10-gal' milk cans, tank heater. 200 bu. hand husked sotted corn, 10 bu.rye. About 50 Plymouth-Rock hens, 2 roosters. Set tsf double work harness, .single harness. Eureka cattle deliorners with ring ajid rope, calf dehorners; 40 rods woven wire fence, weeder, gravel box, 5 balls twine. 14 i white oak posts pealed, flattened on j one side, some cornered for •. shed; ! scalding barrel, whiffletrees, ne:k Miss Elsa Visel was born in York, yokes, wood bench vice, 2}_ "bu. has- township, on Octobsr 16, 1900, and ket, crates, 2 crosscut saws,„ bass-*5, departed this life on February 3, "wood gate hoards, some oak and pina ,1920 in Ann Arbor, at the home of 2x4's and ••hoards, fence posts, rail [her ^Srister, Mrs. Christian Volk, of wood, manure ho->K' log chains, pul-1 Crest avenue with whom she had leys, 3 " post-hole "■ diggers,, hrusb | made her home for the past two President Cook in the chair. Trustees present: Hutzel, Seeger, Burkhart,-Fosdick and Wheeler. .Trustee absent: "Kano.ise. Minutes of. the last m et ng re d .nd appro ed. 'The following bills audited by the finance committee were read: Detroit Edison Co., street lights 127.51 Detroit Edison Co, c ; 11 *il 100m lights 4.' 5 Detroit Edison Co., ligh's and f power * Saline Telephone Co., rental and toll Jacob Clough, labor Arthur Sturm, labor J. A. Alber, salary ?. 100.00 Motion-by Saeg.r that bills be accepted and orders drawn ior frnie. Supported by Fosdick. Carried. The Chair appointed the following persons to act on the Eleitioni-Com- mittee: Miss Mae "Wheeler, .Mrs. Edith Fuoss and Dr. J. B. Walla e. The fo'lowmg petilion was rerd: To the Village Council of Saline, Michigan: ^ Gentlemen: ' The undersigned rcspe t'uUy p?*i- tions your Honorable Body for-a permit to erect a. (fire ~proof building for" the purpose of conducting a Ford Sales and Service busine s. "Th; building to be ere:.t**d cn lets numbered six and Seven in block eleven on East Michigan ave me in Saline, Michigan. I also request permii.s=on to establish a gasoline and oil station on Hall street just west* of lot number six in said blosk eleven. Respectfully, F. O. Wiedman. Motion hy Burkhart that this petition be granted. Supported by Seeger. Carried. Motion to adjourn by Hutzel.. Supported hy Wheele-. Carried. GEO. V. COOK, President. EDITH C. ROt'Sfc.. Clerk. AUCTION SALE J. Fred Josenhans, havjng sold h's farm, will offer at public sale on t*e ■premises, 2 miles north and % mile west cf Saline, on Monday, February 1G, 1820, at il*2 o'clock sharp, the following described property. - Three Horses—Gilding weighing 1200 lbs., 2 .geldings 11 and 12 yrs? old, weuht 3200* lbs. Brood sow due to iig April 15. Thirty-eicht chickens. Twenty-" hreeKeal of C tt!e—H:gh grade PoVei D..rham\ natural bo n- mulleys 4 milch cows, 1 red cow *C yrs. old fresh in Deceinfcer., join etw 6 yrs. old, fresh in September; roan cow 4 yrs. old, was fresh in November; roan cow 4 yrs. old, was fresh in November; 5 3-yr, old heifers, al' with calf, wt. about 1200 lbs. ench, will be fresh in April; 3 2-yr. ch" heifers, 1 will be fresh in April, 2 in October; _-yr. old st e-, year io; steer, 3 yearling heifers, 2 h;ifer calves 4 moa. old, 2 bull calves 2 mos. old, heifer calf 2 mos. old, Polled Durham bull eligible to register. ••"■ --.i. old. There ca'tle are al h-gh b:\~d Polled Durhams and all i.i A-l condition, Inrplem n's, Grain, Hoxehol Goods, etc*'—Almost*** new 7^!t. cu " Deering grain binder, nearly new 6 t. cut De ;ing. mowing ma hill" Sterling hay loader, Keystone s'de elivery rake, dump rake, gravel box I'armer's Favorite grain dii'.l, spri.ij: to'th. drag, 60-tooth srike drag, 2 '.prse corn cultiv tor, l-ho-.se culti- *ator, fanning mill, hay sling ard -pes.- corn sheller, 240-lb. scales 2 lumber wagons^l wide and 1 narrow tire; hay and stock rack combined, flat rack, wcod rack, I. H. C. m2nu;e s..reader, log boat, grindstone, eaer, wheel, wine press, 2 sets hay 'slings, 2 double harnesses, single harness. tp buggy, .'doub'e b.g-y, Pririiro e cream separtor, new; buzz *pile, soni ')1 c-k wood, 15 tons hay. some house 11 Id g^icds, twa bedsteads, sprnrs nd mattresses, some linoleum, an' many-other articles too numerous tj mention., ^ i --sual* t-e-*jj**-"Sj'*!-£f;«s-__S£SJ^' «-*'**^=*a*'' •■-Vifeq.^i". KLAGER, A*uc^?riee]|? Geo e A Lehman. Clerk. YOU^'G PEOPLE! Are you young? Do. you enjoy young fo'ks? Were you ever young .and, if so, are you still iglad you once were? Well, all such are invited .to -pursue tha fascinating theme "wizards or Laucets? * wit'i the Methcdist Ej*w.*rth Lcagee-T. - next Sunday e ening at six. The .question impl ed is* conoe-rning df- "erent prefe en es in "firit aid" " treatment and the g neral pr c"c > of medicine, a 'a- Chinese veivu-, modern" methods. Look up your fa- . orite prescription for jo ir favor.t ; malady and come prepared to submit it for compa sion with B oti e • John Chinaman's "kill or cur " •nethrd. At our last meeting mu;h ths.t was instruciive came to the suKace ■f the discussion with an occasional " •ipple of the frankly amns'ng. We liave truly "good" times at our six j'elp"ck hour and we want to share •:hem with you. Miss Ruth Rose is the enthusiastic leader of the meeting. Come early if you are particular where you sit. Nuff eed.' Miss Julia Nadeau was home from *$ Datroit over the week end. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all for the many kindnesses shown me in my recent bereavement, and in the illness t*-f my mother. •Mrs. Guy Morgan. OBSERVER LINERS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Be per Line Wrst 'insertion;* Thea He per Line; JUinfiui-ia charee 25c. Block wood for sale. Wiedman Auto Company. For Sale—Pair of bob sleighs. 24x Jos. Sehjnid, Phone 62-F4. For Sale—Gcod pair of horses. 23 Fred Richards, phone 139-F22 £ T'Fo'V'llll;^^ of-—' Milan 3rd, 56lj%6;- s*. W, Sgj_CoTH|, Milan, Mich., phone 146-F3. OBITUARY hooks, tile -hoe, corn planter, corn knives, forks, spades, pails, shovels, and other articles too numerous to mention. Lunch at noon, o Usual terms of sale. GUY THOMPSON, Auctioneer. L. E.. Fairbank, Glerk. ' years.' She leaves to mourn their loss, heis ra ents, three b-'oih-zrs and four sisters. The funeral services were held at Mr. Volz's in Ann Arbo;f -and interment made" in the Bethlehem cem:t-sry vault until the roads will psrmit bringing her to Saline. * _ AUCTION SALE- W'lliam Han'selraann, havi- g rented his farm, will offer at pub'ic sale on the promises, known aslhe Jame? ' Stevens form, Zy, mil s sou-l.w:st o' Ann Arob-.*, on 'I'ucsdar. Fehiuavy 17 1320, ^ o.mmencing at 10 o'clock sh&rp, th Vlcw'ng d s?ribed rrcpe*t : Six Horses—Black team 8 and I yrs. old. wt. 2800; driving gelding 7 yrs. old, wt. 1100, sound; .gelding 4- yrs old, wt. 1100; bay team 6 yrs old, wt. 2600. . Fifteen Head.of Cattle—"rade Hoistein 7 yrs. old, fresh in .January; grade Hoistein 9 yrs. old, ?fresh in January; grade Guernsey giving milk 6 yrs. old; Jers;y and Hoistein 4 yr.;. old, .fresh in November; Jersey 5 yrs. old, giving milk; heifer 1% yrs. old; grade Hoistein 8 yrs, old,'fresh in November; grade Jersey 8 yrs. old, freoh In September; ..grade Hoistein cow*.. 8 yrs. o'd; Hoistein 4 yrs* old, giving milk: Guernsey" and -"Hoi s'eln 4 yrs. old, due to calf; Hoistein heifer 1 yr. old; Hoistein heifer, due to calf; Hoistein buU 1% yrs. old.*. il6 She3p^67 Black Tva Ewes, mostly young; 48 Black Top lamb'; registered Black Top ram, Impl .inert •-, e c.—Cs'rorne mowng ma-thine, n:arly nqjv Kerstone side delivery rake, horse rake, log roller, new; Keystone hay loader, 2 Gale walking plows, 2 spring tooth drags, spike tooth drag, 2 grain "drills, nearly new fertilizer grain drill, 3 buggies, 2 hay racks, wood rack, fanning mill, grain bags, 30-ft. extension ladder, 25-ft. ladder, grindstone, 2-horse corn planter, - fertilizer attachment and check row, new; pair bobs, sulky -plow,. 1,000-lb. scales, almost new cutter, Clover Leaf manure sn f a "e-*, 3 sets douhle harness, 3 sing'e harnesses, 4 lO^al. milk cans. ? Usual terms of sale, GEO. J. KLAGER, Auctioneer. Geose' A. Lehman, "Clerk. For _Sale—Six White Wyandoit"* loosters. Phone 194-F2. 24 Arthur Hciningeiv For Sale—Good driving horse, nea.*-*- 'y new cutter .and a single harness. Wiedman Auto Company. For Sale—Pure White Wyandotte lockerels. Registered Shorthorn bull. 24 Wm. H. Dell, Stony Creci.- For Sale or Rent—Bassett Farm liree-fourths mile north of Saline on \nn Arbor road. . ' .-. 22tf. C, E. Bassett, 158 Seebaldt ave. , Detroit, Mich: Salesmen. .Wanted—To solicit orders for lubricating o'5s, g.eases and paints. Salary or Comm'Ss^on. Address THte HAR?">.rBY OIL CO., I Clevelar.d, Ohio. W-?nt-d—Girl in?family of three. Housework and "help with one small child. Must h.a-ve refere:i:cs. Good home for" the right.; ptrson. Address Mrs. E. R. Tiirner.r 1137 Fair Oaks, Ann Arbor. 28 -' For Sale—Holstein-Friesian bull cal^ Born Jan- 7, 1920. Dam, Bershe- ba Netherland Lass, No. 197161. Milk .7 d'ays, 511 lbs. Butter 20.08. lbs. Sire's dam, Fancy Canary Nig," No. "205191. Milk, 7 days, 702.6 lbs. Butter, 32.47.. This calf is more white than black. Call and see ham. 22 William Austin, Saline. CARD OF THANKS Wp take this* opportunity of expressing ohr thanks to the friends and neighbors for all the many kindnesses shown us during our late hereavemcnt^also to-.Jt#". Wit brccht and the singers. L*. ' Childreh and Grandchildren o" the late.Mrs;?GaiLL . Jacob C!ou,gh is haying* his house on West Michigan avenue remodeled and tfie interior entirely"* -changed. Girls Wanted In our yarn, knitting and finishing departments. .-Steady employment and good wages. Those between 18 and 45 preferred. Experience not necessary. *6eginnefs start at $1.75 per day. -Board and rloom furn'slied at $3.D0 per week, at company's boarding house. All modern conveniences- Apply at Western Knitting* Mills' Inc. (McTi.22) Rochester, Mich. A. E. A. HDMSIEEY, M .D? Physician and Surgeon ~- Ann Axhbr, IHch " - Office: Hutzel Bldg. Hours:1:00-4:00, 7:00-8:00 p. m. Sundays by appointment. . ^ - Res. 314 Packard St. Phone 1335. Will he at The Tavern Wednesday, evenings from 6 to "8. .
|Title||1920-02-12; 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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