1921-01-20; Saline Observer
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¥•* - •*— <^Vk^fa£^*jl^a..-c.'Si^3S. jStt*i2*« VOLUME XXXXI SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY, MICH., THURSBAY; JANUARY 20, 1921 NUMBER 19 :IH The Owe Stbmr Bahk - OHiThe Corner We are liere riot only to offer you absolute security for every dollar you deposit, but help you in every way possible. It's the kind of service which has attracted our "many present depositors. It's the kind of service you will appreciate and be ready to recommend" to your friends. You will find no better bank anywhere than this bank, whose aim is to faithfully serve this community. ine Savings Bank Member of Federal Reserve Bank Prices Slaughtered In every department Come in and note the many bargains we liave for you BURKHART BROS. " "MONEY'S WORTH or MONEY BACK." The Grocery PHONE 86 FOR FRESH FRUITS, VEGETABLES AND CANNEO GOODS SPECIAL Eor Friday and Saturday A sack of Snow Loaf or Golden Eagle Flour for $1.20 with orders of $1.00 of other groceries., no sugars included, delivered at your home Fine Large Grape Fruit 3 for 25 - NAVEL ORANGES 4flc TO 65c PEE DOZEN LETTUCE, CELERY, CABBAGE, GRAPES, FIGS AND DATES All goods delivered promptly. Yours for more business, Phone 86 MARTIN FUOSS WHEN YOU EAT . . BAKED GOODS EAT THE BEST." You'll find after careful trial I that the BEST in Baked Goods came from the Home Bakery. Insist on our goods and do not accept substitutes. Schnebelt's Bakery SCENE IN SA LINE VILLAGE INCOME TAX DRIVE IS NOW ON: BASKET BALL Deputy B. N. Haight'of Detroit Will j "■ — Be With Us January 24 and 25. ; Saline's Teams Win Three Games Deputy collector of internal revenue, B. N. Haight, will be at the Saline post office Monday'" afternoon, January 24, and on Tuesday from 9 a. hc to 4:30 j>, m., to assist taxpayers in making their 1920 income tax returns. This service is without cost to lac taxpayers hut you are requested to fill out the work sheet of your return to the best of your ability to save time. If no blank Is sent you apply at your bank, the post office or to' John A. Grogan, collector, Detroit. If you are single, or* do not live with a wife and your net income equals or exceeds $1,000 you must make sn return. If you are the head, of a family and your net' income equals or exceeds $1,000 you must make a return, even though you may riot be subject to tax. «■» If you are mlarried and living with a'wife and your net income equals or. ^^ o£ ^^ ^^ after && exceeds $2,u00, you must msukg ■« ■ •rectum even though yon may not owe a tax. ' -' ■ " All partnerships m,ust file a partnership return regardless of' the amount of profit, but the partnership pays no tax. There are penalties for failure to file in any of the above oases. Mr. Haight will assist only individuals and partneships at i'liis timd. . Those who are fortunate enough to have enough" of this world's goods Jor Uncle Siam to claim, a share, soon will have to come across, as will be noted in the above article sent us from headquarters, with their income tax. According to the list posted in the post office the following filled out the requisite blanks a year ago. It does not necessarily follow that they paid income taxes but only that they submitted statements showing their financial status: W. H. Barr, Jacob F. Bauer,. Max A. Blaess, Henry Bredernitz, Fred Burkhart, George Burkhart, William Clements, N._ G. Currrie, O. A. Cur- tigs, B. P. Davenport, E. A. Davenport, Emily P. Davenport, Z. Pf Dav- venport, Esther Fairbanks," E. H. Feldkaimp, O. J. Feldkamp,. F. D. Ford* W. \M. Fowler, Martin Fuoss, Albert Graf, Charles Graf, Carl Hal- ler, Ola R. HaffiOnond, E. A. Hauser, T. B. Henderson, Mrs. E. M. Henne, Mrs. G. L. Hoyt, H. F. Hutzel, L. J., LeBaron, G, A. Lehman, D. E. Llm- bright, F. J. Marion, • O. H. Millet, W. S^Morden, E.,J.-Mulr, G. L. Parsons, "Emanuel Rentschler, H. W- Rentschler, Joseph Schaible, John Schleh, Geo. Schmid, Jr., A. Schmid, F. J. Schweitzer, F. B. Sellen, K. B. Simmons, E. D. Skinner, W. A. Smith,- Carl G. Steeh, Charles Stierle, W." F. Stierle, E. Towler, G. C. Town- send, George- A. Uphaus, O. F." Unter- kircher, F. O. Wliedman, S. B_ Wilson, A. A. "Wood, B. C. Wittbraeht, A. G. Wood.. Consolidation of small schools and transportation to other districts is being prepared for introduction to the state legislature. Another fixes the minimum school year at nine months. A third takes away from property holders the exclusive right to -vote school money, and makes the* qualifications the same as for any other elector. More, rigid requirements for prospective teachers is the fourth bill. The preparation of the bills has been the work of. the State Teachers' association. Remember the war. cost billions. Your income tax for 1920 helps to defray part of it. During The Past WeeV Bojfch teams seem to have hit their stride at last, winning nve games in a row, and are ,not particular who they heat. . ■„ Last Tuesday the Orange and Black defeated Chelsea at Chelsea, 32 to 21, and last Thursday night the Green and White defeated the game team -here, while the Orange and Black"Uefeated the strong Milan team, the one which gave our bo^s such a drubbing at Milan a; few weeks ago. JWalter Cook starred for the Orange and Black, getting 24 of the SB- points scored. ^ He. was shooting them from all angles. But the hoys are not yet satisfied with their playing and; have engaged E. D. Mitchell, former XT. of M. coach, to drill them points of the game. Ha took charge of the teams Monday night, and gave ,them a two-hour blackboard talk, explaining new plays and different talk were tried out on the floor. The .hoys took a great deal of interest in them and put forth their best efforts to carry the plays through. The boys will understand some of the plays enough by next Monday night to use them against Ypsilanti and 'Tecumseh, so look out for some bigger scores, also better basket ball. On Friday night this week both teams go to Britton to play the Independent teanHs of that town- They will leave about 6:00 p. m- All those who can make the trip are kindly asked by the boys to come along; "the bigger the crowd the better." Next Monday ^ night wilj see the Green and Wlhite in action against the Business Men's team of Ypsilanti and the Orange and Black against the Tecumseh Independents, here, at the usual hour. Following is the summary of" last Thursday night's games: GreeriT and White St. Mary's, Chelsea Clarence Braeey R. F. A. Hoffman R Wtestphal -L^ F. A. Riedel L. Braeey C. Munroe C. Woelper - L. G. Sehoenhals M. Alber R.. G; Steele Final score, Saline 26, Chelsea 19, first half Saline 18, Chelsea. 5. GoalsT Clarence Braeey 4, L. Braeey 2, Westphal 4\ Albert 1, Sehoenhals lt Monroe 1, Riedel 1, Steele 1, Eser- irtan 4. Goak4 from foul, Braeey 4 in 8, L. Braeey 0 in 1, Sehoenhals^ 1 in 3, Riedel 1 in 4, Esermsn lin2. Substitutionis; Schleh for Braeey, Zahn for Westphal-, Braeey for Zahn, ■Eserman for Hoffman, AUCTION SALE The undersigned, having decided lo make some changes in the stock line, will sell at 'public auction on the promises, 2% miles east and 'south of Saline, 5. miles northwest of Milan, 1 mile south on town line road, on what is known as the Par- s ns farm on Tuesday, January 25, 1921, at 10:00 o'clock" sharp, the following described .property: " _ Horses—Bay gelding 3 yrs. old, wt. about 1250"; iron gray gelding 3 yrs. od, wt. about 1250; bay driving mare 2 yrs. old; Bay driving mare 8 yrs. Cattle—-Rtfan Durham" 5 yrs. old, Will freshen* in March; red Durham 5 yrs. old, will freshen in March; rod Durham 8 yrs. old, will he fresh in April; roan 7 yrs. old,, will be due in April; Durham heifer 2 yrs. old; 6 yearling calves; Ted Durham bull 2 yrs. old. ' - Sheep—63 head of pure bred standard* Delaine ewes. ' Pure bred Poland China, hoar. Grain, Implements, Etc.—McCorm- iek binder 7-ft. cut, With tongue truck;* Johnson corn^binder, Walter- Wood, mowing - machine, Janesvllle corn planter with 80 rods of check wire; Keystone side delivery rake, riding Jones Oliver breaking plow, Gale walking breaking plow, 2 riding cultivators/ About five* tons of timothy and alfalfa^, hay, mixed; nice quality. Lunch at noon. Usual terms of sale;. SUMNER WOLFORD, Prop. COL. ARTHUR E. SCHRADER, Auct. i_.loyji B. Fairbank, Clerk. Orange- and Black Milan Cook R. F. Howard Schmid L. F. Forsythe Stang 05 H. Osborne Schoolmaster L. G. L. Osborne Tanner R G. Macken Final score, Saline 36, Milan 30; first half Saline 24, Milan 17.' Goals sored, Cook 9, Schmid 2, Stang 3, Schoolmaster 1, Howard 1, Forsythe 5, H. Osborne 5, L, Osborne 3. Goals from jEouL Cook 6 in 6, Forsythe 2 in 4, Osborne 0 in 2. ' Substitutions, Draper for Howard. OBSERVER LINERS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 6c "per Line Klrsfr. insertion? Then 3c per Line; Mininn-m charge 25c. . . Saw filing, at the old plaining mill. O. Briggs 18 Pamp repairing of all kinds given prompt attention. S. A. Fitzgerald, phone" 14-F3. litf Ernest D. Abeiy teacher of Piano and voice. Apply to 204 Michigan avenue, Saline. 19 For Sale—Cheap, Durham hull, eligible to register. Harold Miller, Phone 199-21. ■- 19tf. For Sale—Heavy pair matched s- draft horses, 5 and 6 years old. Inquire at this bfficS- S.7tf & fresh supply of fore quarters now. on sale at 14c. Home killed. . Layher & Wehger. * For Sale—Small gasoline engine for pumping wiater. Wiedman Auto Company. "Visiting cards, wedding invitations anS announcements, either printed or engraved, at the Observer office. Wanted—nSome No. 1 timothy, and some alfalfa of either the second or third cuttings. Phone 183-F4. 19 For Sale—Pure bred single comb Rhode- Island Red cockerels. Mrs. W. L. Rundel, Phone 166-F2. 18tf . Lost—lap robe, blacpt on one" side - and and tiger like on the other. Andrew Hartm|an, Phone 114. 20 For Sale—Horses,;"one 5 and the other 8 yrs. old, weight about 1200; also cow and; calf. C. J. Braeey. 19 The York Township Treasurer will he at The Citizens Bank, Saline, to collect taxes on Thursday, Januafy 27th. • 19 Lost—In or around Saline, one male Collie-dog, 7 months -old, has white rough hair. Reward. Box 72, this office. (19) Let us- have your vulcanizing jobs. Satisfaction- as to work and price assured aGeorge Uphaus, Weissinger building, SalineT For first class work in dry cleaning, repairing or tailoring, call on us, in the Wallace block. James Louis, Tailor and Cleaner. FARM HOUSE BUBNED Sunday evening at about eight o'clock, while • sitting by the firef p^ Saie_We llaTe some fine Ply mouth Rock roosters. You can make your own selection at $2 each. Frils & Brac£el,_ phone 84. 16tf. reading, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Boyd thought they heard a noise in the stairway and upon opening the stair door found, it all ablaza -The wind was blowing at a velocity of about i Lost—Link cuff hutton, initialed C forty miles an' hour and bitterly A. & Finder please leavfei with C. H. cold. They were not able-to get up Baker, at interurban station, and re- stairs to save anything, but jrerejceive reward. . 19 able with the help of ^neighbors who '"'".- had .gathered to get out two beds Emil H. Arnold, Optometrist, 220 down stairs, rugS, davenport, some g. Main street, Ann Arhor, q*ecial- clothing and a few other articles * faes to. superior ey& examination and ■and the piano. They then turned' glasses at TeasonabW prices. -9t£. theuv attention to the barns and r :- other buildings, getting out all the chickens and stock. The house burned to the ground but' all the other buildings were saved with their contents. ■•One hundred bushels of potatoes, a number of bushels of apples, three hundred quarts"' of fruit and- everything in the cellar burned. .The house and contents were fairly well covered with Insurance. The cause Piano Tuning—Player piano and - organ work. 22 years experience*.; Phone 888 Ypsilanti, Mich, 1 -will pay for all- phone calls; 12tf B. E. Combs. TDEBEB WANTED. HavJng leased the mill of Charles Fahrner for another year, -we are in the market for all kinds jaf saw timber, especially elm 'and oak. Our without doubt was a defective chim- J market will permit us to pay yon a ney. The family have moved intojgood pricei standing or at the mill.- the tenant house on the C. A." Jor--,write, or phone No. 70, and well he dan farm and iii' the spring expect; pieasea to call and see Trhat yoo to build a new house on the site of ] may have. the old one. | 33tf. q. p. BRACEY & SON. ' WilYatfs wrong? The best brains of the country have been summoned to Marion, but we have not heard of anyone from- Saline or Washtenaw county being called there. ,- NOTICE , The York-Township Treasurer will be at The Citizens Bank, Saline, to collect taxes on Thursday, January 27th.; !• HERE YOU HAVE IT. A man was overheard to say ''I wish all holidays would come the day before or the day after Sunday so we could have a double dose of it." Here you have it: Five of this year's eight holidays will be double pleaders, requiring in combination. ■ with Sunday two days for their observance.- Lincoln's birtnday anniversary February 12 will be on Saturday, Memorial day, Fourth of July and Labor day will be on Monday and next Ghristmas on Sunday, j Washington's birthday will be on Tuesday and Armistice day on Friday. And New Years of 1922 will be on Sunday. » Detroit United Lines Eastern Standard Time. Between Saline and Ypsilanti Leaves Saline— 6:50 a. m„ 8:40 a, m, and every two. hoursto 8:40 p. m, 10:45 p. m., 1:15 a. m. Leaves Ypsilanti— £:25 a. nt, 7:40 a. m., and erery two hours to 7:40 p. m, 10:15 p. m. and 12:45 a. m. Last car waits for the theatre car from Ann Arbor." Cars connect at .'Wayne for Plymouth and Northville; at Ypsilanti for Detroit and Jackson.. - In effect May 18, 1920, ^:M J \ r-r *- -***;>. ■ ■* .*- M; ~a.
|Title||1921-01-20; 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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