1921-02-17; Saline Observer
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—wj "Iff %* ** Observer. VOLUME XXXXI SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY, MICH., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1921 NUMBER 23 | EAT INJECTS PEP j INTO RHEUMATIC IN i "BILL HENRY" FILM. -^ _ 1 LOCAL HEALTH NURSE'S REPOKP Washington Said This r "The prudent, penniless beginner in the world labors for wages a while, saves a surplus with which to , buy tools or land for himself, then, labors another while and at length hires another beginner to help him." The cycle of success as .Washington saw it is much the same today. Work and save. With the accumulated surplus acquire productive property. Again work and save. With the added capital you can put others at work for you. We can help you save. aline Savings Bank Member of Federal Reserve Bank Prices Slaughtered In every department Come in and note the many bargains we have for you BURKHART BROS, "ir/vs, Mil! SrS WORTH or MONEY BACK." The Quality Grocery PHONE 86 QUALITY, SERVICE AND PRICE FINE LARGE GRAEE FRUIT 10c EACH ORANGES, LEMONS and BANANAS LETTUCE, HEAD LETTUCE, PARSNIPS FRIDAY—SPECIAL—SATURDAY 5 pounds of Granulated Sugar for 35c, with each $3.00 order of other Groceries. PLENTY OF BROWN SUGAR All Goods Delivered Promptly. Laundry sent Wednesday and Saturday. YOUBS FOR MORE BUSINESS. Phone 86 MARTIN rUOSS TO BABE, OR NOT TO BAKE? That's the question that bothers more than one busy housewife. \Let us solve it for you—just as we have ■solved it for so many economical women. Try a loaf Of our bread and you'll find it uniformly appetizing, nourishing and most important of all —economical. It stands to reason that buying all. our materials in large quantities we can save money for you on baked goods, quality and service considered. Schnebelt's Bakery Paramount Star Loads Vibrator with Real "Juice" with Fine Results Charley Ray Insists on realism ia the scenes of his pictures and resorts to strange aid surprising methods to get them. An instance will be noticed by those who see the latest Thomas H. Inee picture in which he is starred, "Bill Henry." It eomjes as a Paramount offering to the Liberty theatre Saturday. In this. Mr. Hay plays the part of a country youth who sets out as an agenit lor an electric vibrator. In one scene be is supposed to be demonstrating his device to a rheumatic old"" man, who jumps and howls whan the vibration isa-turned on. The rehersals were all calm enough, but Mr. Ray didn't quite approve the expressions of his subject when the vibrator was supposed to be in action, so he askel Director Jerry Storm to give him a met until after lunch. When tlhey next started on tha scene the star said he was .ready. Tne camera started grinding and Bert Woodruff, 'who was playing the part of the old man registered wonderful surprise arid an expression of pain and fright. "When the director called "Cut" to the cameraman aud the scene was ended, Bert Woodruff turned to the popular star, and exclaimed, "Confound you, you loaded that blamed thing with real electricity." 13 19 45 17 31 112 4 6 90 122 116 visits for 6 10 14 1 10 Miss Voos would like to-have thei • people of Saline and surrounding dis- jtrict know more fullyithe nature of her work. The following is a report of her first four months' activities: O. N.'l>. J. Tot k Nursing visits ID 31 64 54 15 J Infant welfare visits 5 6 2 Pre-natal visits % 1 1 Visits to schools 11 0 6 29 Home visits to parents'.- ' of school children 30 11 13 I Other visits Number of babies at clinics Sanitary inspections Talks given Child welfare visits Social service visits Total visits 4 mos. Total number of months, 431. , * ■ Children in 12 rural schools have been examined. Health crusades have been started in all of the schools af Lodii, Pittsfield, Yo'K. and Saline townships. Ssme of the rural schools are 100 per cent in the health crusade due to the cooperation of the parents and teachers who iraalize the value of the modern health crusade for children. . j Talks have been given to parent- teachers clubs and to all school children of the four townships' Corrections have been obtained on 17 school ohildren, mostly dental and ocular. ..,-«.. „.„.,.„~ ' PATHEE-AIVD-SON BULLETIN. ■ ALTON PACKARD, CARTOONIST. Dr. T. B. Henderson is in charge Alton Packard, cartoonist, illustrates of the banquet ticket sale. Tickets his humorous lectures by drawing may be purchased at either bank, at enormous cartoons in the presence of wheeler's drug store, at the C. P. the audience. He carries with him Smffih st or ^ r^. Henderson's of ■ an immense easel with a large quan- .. tity of paper and a variety of crayons. lce" Mr. Packard's splendid evening of r>aiily totals a're bsia*= ke»l o£ tUe entertainment includes not only the tickets sold or reserved and line sals Farmers' Clul) Meeting The regular meeting of the Saline Farmers' club was held at the Tavern, February 12. The old members were invited. The meeting was opened by repeating the Lord's prayer, after which. John , Finch, sang,.. .£j$o_.songs.. The minute's of the previous meeting were read . and approved. - Roll call was responded to hy selections from Lincoln and Washington. A select reading was given by Mrs. C. H. Miller, after wihich a discussion was taken -up. Mr. A. D. Crittenden* gave an address on "The Difference Between Farming Several Years Ago and Now." The next was a song by Clara Smith. Themeeting adjourned to meet .with Mr. and Mrs. Lou Kuder and iMr. and Mrs. Frank Stilt= for the March mieetiug. All appreciated the splendid dinner served by'the (proprietor of the Tav-. ern. to calf- to calf 6 ewe AUCTION SALE Having sold my farm, I will sell at Public Auction on the premises, 2 miles north and 3 miles west of Saline, on Friday, February 18, 1921 commencing- at 1:00 o'clock sharp, the following described property: Horses—Bay mare 7 years old, weight 1300; bay mare 12 years eld; bay gelding 5 years old, weight? 1200. Cattle—Holstein cow due to calf in April; Holstein cow due in April; Holstein cow due in April. Sheep—13 finewool ewes; lambs; 1 ram.. Hogs—Three brood sows; 4 shoats. . Implements, Grain, etc.—Ford auto, maniure spreader, 2-hor.se Iron Age cultivator, grain drill, Keystone hay loader, 44 years old, side delivery rake, spring tooth drag, spike drag, land roller, plow, stock rack, corn sheller, Wide tire wagon, narrow tiro wason, wagon box, wood rack, pair holster springs, .rubber Aire top bus- set scales, hog rack, 2 log chains, gy, buggy, fanning mill, corn marker, cauldron ketble with stove, 'doubli harness, driving harness, buggy pole, lard -press, DeLavel cream sepera- tor and churn, grain cradle, 3 tons of hay, 50 bushels oats, 100 bushels corn, bushel timothy seed, 3 ,geese, 3 ducks, 50 chickens. Usual .terms of "sale. GEBHARD HUMMEL. ■GEORGE J. KLAGER, Auctioneer. Ernest D. Skinner, Clerk. CABD OF THANKS We desire to express our apprer elation (to the friends and neighbors for the many acts of kindness shown ■us in our bereavement, to the Federated Ladies' Aid society for flowers and to Rev. Cross -for his comforting wordis.- G. J.. Coleman and family. I cartoons, but also original songs, the will be stopped when capacity total j accompaniment of which Mr. Packard furnishes on the piano. One of his greatest successes is "When You Get What You Want You Don't Want It." During his career as a cartoonist, Mr. Packard has covered practically the entire United States. He has been 12 27 16 loll four BASKET BALL Regarding games that were scheduled for last Monday night with Detroit teams, L. D. Tanner received the following telegfam Tuesday morning: ' Dated, Detroit,'Feb. 14, 1931. Time 6:21 P. M. Jj. D. Tanner: Forced to cancel game at last minute; players injured; will write letter. Signed, "WaVren A. C." If we had niigtht setryiee here this 4^3^tePX-^Ould.iaye been, received in. time for us ito have avoided the disappointment eauseld by the ncnar- pearance of the Detroit teams. Games will -be scheduled with these teams far a later date and we hope they have better luck riext time. Don't forget the games with Deer- field tonight. man. and boy iin the commiunity on the Lyceum and Chautauqua programs for rnore than twelve years. m „ . „ Mr. Packard is often referred to as Tuesday evening, February 22, AB- the successor of the late Frank Beard, "SOLUTELY FREE, the famous cartoonist of the Ram's Special attention' is hereby called Horn. to the fathers' open forumj to be held The following from the Omaha in the High, school at 7:30 on the World-Herald is one of the1" typical same evening as the' .Frolicf The1 press notices concerning Mr. Packard's meetin.g wiU ad-;ourll promptly at tbe time scheduled for the, mixed play AUCTION SALE Jacob Renz, having sold his farm will sell at Public Auction on the premises one and one-half miles south and one mile West of Bridge- water Station, on Monday, February 21, 1921 commencing at nine o'clock sharp, the following described property: Horses?—Bay mare S years old. weiight 1450; 3 good work horses; bay gelding 7 years old, weight 1400; bay mare 6 years old, weight 1350. Cattle—Roan cow 7 years old giving milk; white cow 3 years old giving milk, spotted cow 5 years old giving milk, spotted heifer 2 years old due to calf March 1, 'heifer with calf by side, 4 heifers due to calf, 13 steers Sheep—13 well bred Leicester sheep. ; " Hggs—Ten shoats Grain, Implements, etc.—Osborne mower, John Deere marsh plow, McCormick grain binder, Osbovne loader, combination side delivery rake, 2-horse ^ron Age. cultivator, Gale com planter, godevil, 99 Oliver plow, combination nay rack, manure spreader, set slings, 1-horse cultivator, spring harrow, 75-tooth spike drag, corn • sheller, wide and; narrow tire wagons, top hugigy, cutter, ■gravel bottom, root cutter, crosscut saw, log chain, pair bohs, 2 set of double harness, single harness, DeLavel cream seperator, new, electric motor, electric washing machine, iron kettle, 1000 lb. scale, sickle grinder, 25 "grain bags, bed and bedstead complete, large refrigerator, 10 gal. of vinegar, keg~and"-all', 20 tons of hay, 50 bushels of oats, 1Q0' bushels .of corn, 10 bushels potatoes, 50 pullets, numerous other articles. Usual terms of sale. •GEORGE J. KLAGER; Auctioneer. Leo Grunner, Clerk Henry Bredernitz, Clerk^ is reached. Don't YOU be counted cut. Make 'sure of your place today. Registration for tickets may be made if payment is not convenien. "iiijtfl the night of the banquet. Register at Wheeler's drug store. Get recalled a number of times to such V-our tickets there, if you have already signed up. Registration is for your protection so that you are assured a place at the banquet. The surest way is either to register OR to get your ticket early. You need not do both. Make sure of your *p">ace today. TO THE BOY who sells the most banquet tickets the comnijittee has voted to give an eve-sharp pencil FREE. H- W. Bartlett is in charge ©- the prize competition. Any boy in the community is eligible. Gtt your tickets from him today and go out to win. Men are Urged to "father" at least one "son" at the banquet by making •some boy a- guest. Real or letup j- rary fathers can make no finer in vestment next wei'k than this. Unattached -men or boys are invited to report to W. H. Bartlett at the Interurban station for assignment to temporary fathers or sons if they are desirous of such assistance. "A man for every boy, and a boy for every ' man." j Remember the speciial recognition service Sunday evening at the Meth- Christian Science Notes Services -will- lie held In Che Citizens Bank building Sunday 10 a. m. Testimony meeting Wednesday at 8:00 p. m. A cordial invitation is extended to all. Sunday school "11 a. m., to: which pupils under 20 years may be admitted. ■-^IT- OBSERVER LINERS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING. 6c per Line Plrst luscrtlonr Then 3c per Line; Mininirni charge 25c. Tenant man wanted. F3 Phone 166-• • 24 Saw filing, at the mill. O. Briggs old ' plaining 18 For Sale—Second gfow.th wood. Charles Hanson, phone 164. 24 .Wanted—Married man, to work on farm. McGrone Bros," Milan phone 198.-F21 28 For Sale or Rent—60-acre farm near Macon. Easy terms. Apply at this office. (23) Wanted—Good general purpose horse, Alfred Buiggs, phone 137-21- •?,5 ALTON PACKARD. cities as Boston, Cleveland, New .York. Philadelphia, Washington, OWa- odist church at 7:30. homa City, Long Beach, Cal., Kansas Remember the big Father-and-Son City and Chicago. He has been upon Frolic at the 0Bera io,ase for every work: "Packard was all that he was advertised to be—entertaining, funny, instructive and in every way satisfactory. While his delineations of American life in cartoons; impersonations, For first class work in dry cleaning, repairing or 'tailoring," call on ^hsy ■'• in" - the-Wallace -block. Louis, Tailor and Cleaner. including", "4ads" and boys. Of course, everybody knows that Thursday, February 24, is the, date for the banquet at the High school. song and story are full of wit and The menu has heen approved by the humor, there is a sober thought committee. It will be submited for through it all that says, 'Have a worthy aim in life.'" your approval promptly at 6:30 p. m. A "real" feed; a "regular'.' program; only' SIXTY-FIVE CENTS. Mr. Packard, the second number on the winter lyceum course, will come to the Liberty theatre Wednesday evening, February 23. This is an attraction none can afford to, miss. The lyceum! committee still has a Tew season tickets for sale, the price Simmons and Mrs. Nissly, who ^ of which have been reduced to $1.50 tne officially elected reception com- for the remaining four numbers ol mittee. the course. You can secure one at Wheeler' s drug store, of Prof. Sawyer, or at the theatre next Wednesday night. Think of it—four of the best numbers ever shown here for $1.50. Don't neglect this opporjunity ro provide yourself a season ticket. Single admissions for the remain- day afternoon at the parsonage has The Federated Church W. J. Cross. Pastor. Church goers this month are being welcomed at the church by Mrs. are jeption ci I Have you noticed ihe courtesy and faithfulness of our twin 'ushers, the Finch brothers? The boys' class is congratulatig itself on its new teacher, Arthur Lutz. Lucjky boys. A new service from 2 to 3 Tues- ing numbers total well over §2.00, 2nd the §1.50 price for four is a saving worth while. been added to the church schedule. That Thursday nignt Bible study is a Winner and a blessing. This Thursday we study Revetatons, S and 9, and will meet in the larger room upstairs. Sunday Sermons: "Taking of Christ's Fulness." "The Holy Spirit" Sunday school 11:3ft. "Tardiness is one of the SEVEN deadjies." TILLAGE ELECTION Notice is hereby given to the qualified electors of the Village of Sa- 'ine, state of Michigan, that the next" ensuing Annual Election will be held at the Council Rooms, within said village, on Monday, March 14, A. D., 1921, at which election; .he following officers are to be chosen, viz: j In loving remembrance of our dear One Village President, One . Vil- son and brother who passed awayoiie lage Clerk, One Village Treasurer, year ago today: Thraa Trustees for two years, Cue •Assessor. Women Electors: AH women who IN MEMOBIAM. psssess the qualifications of male Gone But Not Forgotten. Deaest brother thou hast left us, Left this earth of "pain and care. electors are now entitled to vote at.Bat we taow tliat ^ are happy or other elector's pro- 1.„— — „-,.. -i_ --, TTT- pi. ._ x^ A- -»?.. Wl, Art -■».-■• C!-J •■-. TT —■—acTTT1- •<- "•* - ^-rvi t>0W- Djl- -en- •or' & White all village vided their registered since December 5. 1918. The polls of said election will be ipen at 7 o'clock a. nu. and will remain open until 5 o'clock p. m. of aid day of election. Dated this 10th day of February, A. D., 1921. • EDITH ROUSE, Clerk cf -said Village. With the angels bright and fair. es have heen duly m we feel tllou "* hovering near us In our dreams and wakeful nights: But again we hope to meet you In heaven where all is pure and bright. Mother and Sisters. CABD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. Gottlob Hinderet1 " " * wish to express their appreciation of Pontiac—Demanding money and ^ valentines and basket of fruit valuables, a burglar entered the home seat their daughter, Edna, who has of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Gherke here, been ill, by the teacher and pupils cf but when toW the couple worked' for School Dist. No. 3, Saline township. their living, said he was sorry he en- ;" tered the home and left without mo- ; Julius Hertler made a -business testing anything. - _ j trip to Detroit Monday. Visiting cards, wedding invitations and announcements, either printed or engraved, at the Observer office. Wanted'—middle age woman tor housekeeper for a small "family. Mrs. Jos. H. Thompson, Ypsilanti Phone 1169. Let us have your vulcanizing jobs. Satisfaction as to work and price as? sured. George Uphaus, -"Weissinger building, Saline. ~l- - JimeS-.-,.^ ">V^ Emil H. Arnold,. Optometrist, 220- •S. Main street, Ann Arhor, specializes in superior eye examination and glasses at reasonable prices. For Rent—80 acres good ' laird S miles' southwest of Saline; $5.00- an acre. Inquire of Carl Curtiss, Citizens hank, Saline. -24. LAST CALL FOB TAXES. I will be at the Saline Savings bank Saturday evening, February 19, for .the purpose of receiving, taxes-. Max Fosdick, Township Treas. I have several car loads of Indiana Silos, red wood and fir, on which. I can make exceptionally low prices. Place your order now. Herman Heininger. It's the ifactory way if J3. E. Combs, factory expert piano tuner, tunes your piano. Twenty years* .experience. Player pianos a. specialty.,' Call me up at my expense-. 406 ■ N. Hamilton "street, Ypsilanti. Phone 88S. FOB SALE . >»,; Barred ■ Plymouth "* Rocks—Tark^^- strain.' For (good breeding stock am^.\. egg producers I can offeri . * 1 cock, 10'hens, 3 cockerels, 2 pul-"' lets. These are first class hirdg and^S come from a-food breed .of egg lay"-s'^i. ers, Phone 73. D. J. STARK. TBIBEB WANTED. Having leased the mill of Charles Fahrner- for another year, we are ia. the market for all- kinds pf saw timber, especially elm-'and oak. -Out.t" market will permit us to pay you >a' good price, standing or at the mill: Write, or phone No. 70, and We'll' be pleased to call and .see irha^yoa may have. ' ■ '* 33tf. QrV. BRACEY & SON. Detroit United X£n£& Eastern-Standard Thna&y&A < Between Saline and TpsilaA Leaves Saline— . ' ^ •6:50 a. m., 8:40 a. m„. andS two hours to 8:40\p.-m,*l6!i&i m., 1:16 a. m. 'A,^ Leaves Ypsilanti— ' ", -.^ 6:25 a. m., 7:40 a. m.,lana|(i two hours^ to.7:40 pv.-inif| . m. and 12:45 a. nx-Sal*' Last car waits forfhe«theetg from Ann Arbor. ' . i$ Cars connect at "WajsjjjJI mouth and Northvillej for Detroit and Jaeksojggi In effect MarlVliMKg l.^aJaJ^. „■ \~S~~ XZZIT^ -a- ' r-r ;■ ■ -*■ --- -s: 1^t«u.»fe..v.
|Title||1921-02-17; 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;|
|Copyright Permission||This material is in the public domain.|