1921-04-14; Saline Observer
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wT^O <* ^y^&^^yt^-^r'^ Ii \ ^4rl' 3«-^ VOUUME XXXX1 SALINE;. WASHTENAW COUNTY, MICHf THURSDAY, APRIL,14, 1921 NUMBER 31- .again *;-.. .'••THE' '■'.*•: SPRING TTTF "MAY"' FEST^VAIi *of so^wo1 "Children trained! ana""di-"H*A&MONS . *■ ■ 1 cLucQ ,Dy viGOigG* \JSCHiT iSUW^cH.^ "J.-X1.C Chici'aigo Symphony' orchestra will panbicipate during the entire festival week under, the direction of Frederick Stock. ■*"_.. - On Monday, Tuesday and • Wednesday of •festival" week_ the Michigan State Musical association will hold its annual .convention in Aim Arbor .and many prominent mhisic lovers BE. STANLEY'S,. TWENTY-EIGHTH AND XAST APPEARANCE « AS DIRECTOR. Exceptional Talent Engaged for This Year's Attractions. * Each year this season; comes with. its evidences'^-of resurrection and new life to renew out hopes .for the future./ * • • - . /•> ' ** ' , It should give to each of us re- xisv/ed confrdence ine idur ability tb carry on to the goal we have set. * * '.. * So take heart and if saving is part of your^programme^as it should be, double your efforts in this-direction. This good bank: is here to help yotf. MUCK. SOIL STUDIES. i.. -TO OPEN NEW LAND • Vast Areas ia State-Hare Never Been | ' \ Classified or Inyestag-atcd— i * 4v Increased "Valuation Seen by'M. A. C, Systematic investigation and classification of vast'areas, of Michigan 'muck land will be carried out in the ! state "in the .near»future, according ises to attract much-special interest, ! to ,a program, announced by Dr. M. M. ow'ing to several incidental features JMcCool, head of the soils department.which will occuftnin connection with j'at-tM. A. C. "Work of this kind is al- tIlls year's^ evejit, the outstanding! Music will ready'under .way, and early returns feature 'being the fact thaf after 33. the week, indicate important results .from the years of service Dr. A. A. Stanley, investigations. > ' yho has conducted all of-the fesfi- "Classffication of these* areas of vals which *hav<a taken place,, will muck soil is essential,'* declares Div retire, and-that this Will be his last MeCool, in view of the fact that .public; appearance as conductor of j The vary greatest need of the the -isltate soils program calls for these events, For this (reason Dr.' world and church, just now, is a re- studies along practical lines, such. as Stanley's colleagues in the TJniver- vival of genuine New Testatment Te- ttt?lfchoal of .reclamation,-tillage, and sity.! Musical society. and all .who.ligibn. This.-is not .simply the opin- the use»of lime.and various fertiliz- have had to-da- with the develops ion.of preachers but also of business ers. Years ago the Michigan expe'ri- "inept of Ann Arbors musical life,, men the country over. "Recently ment station- determined the tunda- Will.cooperate ip: makSag the event Roger Babson, an expert ip the busi- mentals that govern the productivity ,°f greater, importance. * , " ness world, gave voice "to this^ nee,d of these soils, but the .detailed classi- , A cast of soloists, such as has in a lecture 'before the Detroit Cham- ificatioh is now vital. . " never before bjeen assembled for an ber of Commerce. c . . ■ - ASSURED BETWEEN May* Festival week" this year prom-j throughout the state are making ar- rahgemeoits to attend: both' events. The annual Alumni association I meeting of. the University School o also take place during The Federated Church *W. J. Cross. Pastor! - T. B. H," AND MiS WSS-& "Up In Mary's Attic" Holds Appeal For Botn OBSERVER LINERS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISE^ i»6c per Line first insertion? Then 3c : per Line";' Mininu'in charge 25c. Mere man, has often wondered >"*vhat transpires behind the walls of girls' seminaries, and it wag tiipon this phase of life that the story for,"Up In Mary's- Attic," produced by Pine Arts Pictures, Inc., was built. This "-hilarious comedy is the feature on ■.the program. oF the Xiiberty theatre Car Saturday apd Sunday. Girls! girlsl girls! Bewitching beauties, -everyone'of tnem, compose the background, for one of the* most clever and original stories yet to reach the screen, -in this big comedy production. It features those- stars n-f -comedy, Evsal Novak and Harry Gribbon, each of whom «has made a .reputation in the comedy field. The girls in 'fUp In^Mary's Attic" I For Sale—Outhouse, cheap. C. A. \ ;' Jordan, . 30tf BV>r Sale—>Earlyj seed potatoes, li,. J H. Earner, phone 183-"FI'a. ■ 33 For Sale^—Early seed potatoes; -also potatoes. -Phone 166-F3. 33 will make the. Tired Business- Man sit up and ta*ke notice, but they will slso give the _ women folks food for thought. Dainty styles, delicate bits of fanqy lingeries and an abundance I "The nature of the subsoil, as well Ann Arbor festival, which includes' The Wall Street Journal, a paper!»f ^ nathing suitp are. worn hy as the kind of surface material, is m'any new-artists who -have never not supposed to busy "itself with re-jtlhe. «aarmers In this featiire, so that ihere will be entertainment and interest for *bothvthe T. B. Mi- and the and whether, it is sand"clay, or marl." »e<%"i emgaged, atfdno expense has .*fashione:d revival of religion. misU-ess of -his household. The importance of "knowing the ha- *»eea spared in getting the best ial-; * Xhe church that famishes such tn The Story, one of the most original tore of the lower layers has long >nt available. :' - ' I a community is doing the worldrs alvd. mirth-provoking narratives ever been reteognized by - practical men. Amoag the sopranos to be heard real" service.- *The" highest duty °f j/11^11^ ls ^nterwov^ix thxtxusii the six "ftiose carrying a high percentage of is the famous Luttrezia Bori, of Span- the church in these strenuous and r'"6els in such an intriguing manner lime ' and the "lime content of, the ish-extraction, who, siince rejoining.'-perilous ..timea is not gettinig so man*.that «» most aardtened' playgoer will ninAlitin rkno.ro. ^m.^o.„^ »r, "* wp.ll-flisnnspjl" mnfl.iT,fm.Hnn0a i-tir,'. retain hjsi seat until the final scenes . tic Hie Bjiiu. UJ. »uu.a;i;t! uiusiiiu, i^ —>"■"* "-" «n«.*a<.^ num • HO.VC ucvei "v>- ou.miw™ i*j uuay iLsen wiui re- I being* considered. This m'eans de- hefore been heard in Ann Arbor, as ligion or religious matters, has for ;tei-mining the'depth of the sub'so'ii - "wJefll as several ftxrmer favorites, has sir months been pleading for an old Member' ot Federal Reserve Bank- llH W^^.--^ -U IfL-J This is a subject that irjterests us ali*. and especially now-- In view of 'present conditions.'. We might commence this week an.l kap cur ad filled each week AvtnL cute and p iceii, but It is sufficient to say that we •j-. ck or botighj: new, and wit! not be undersold by anybody. • If we use too much space the customer has • to pay for It. A clean, straight business on fair profit. Goods bought right can be sold right. The -bigger the business the less per cent of expense per dollar of sales.. FORTY-NINE year,** of treating the p'ablic. right. . : BURKHART B "MOSE¥fB- W01TH" or MONEY^ BACE.'! .seepage waters are being. de,termiaeTa. thei Metroipolltan Opera company in* wellrdisposed; good7intentioned tho ■Jhe total mineral matter preteemt, as the m'iddle of the present season, unconverted people* into-the church "well as'the amount of ""Several ele- hp stood out as the great luminary hut to' furnish rdaj christians with ments-of plaint food,, is bsing feulid,*'Qt- that organization; Bosa'Pbnselle,. heaven ^b'orn ideals'and God inspired while -physical investigations are in' the- young American of Italian ex- sentiments and standards of living to progress. • * \ ' * " faction, whosfe career .wafe made, al- the- business, tsocial and [political life "Adequate drainage and proper use most in a night when-she made her &£ the • comanuiaity: Siuch sentiments .of fertilizer oh thesei areas'*. will "debut in New Tork two seiasons ago, and idea?s cannot be received, appre- d!oubtless increase the valuation- of and who since has maintained" her elated, enforced-and given out only : Michigan greatV and open up large halted.position in the. face of keen- 'oy regenerated souls. To regenerate |'sections of goc^land. Analysis shows ^t. competition; and Florence Hin- ' *peop)e, le^d them into the experience '' that many or "these deposits of muck Me,, recognized aa one of the coun-. °^ 9- spiritual rebirth. The revival land in tochi,s*a# compare fayorahlj;' try's greatest oratorio singers, who is -demanded. There is need of great- with those repoked*' from other star -has beien heard ia Ann Arbor "many er .Confidence* and-more love in the] tions, as. well as Src-m' Europena tiihesin-the pasi^. but not in recent social -a»d_business ,whrld.__The Gol- "Suntries^'"'^:'~" "*;;* v; .-^-" -*" ' ,yegrs;';"' - . %" * '■■- ' - den Rule^af adopted""& a standard of .' ■ ■' "-'■-■ ' * , Two of the country's leading" con- conduct would work wonders in set- "WHA.T. !"fe^*--3E- DOjVE . tractors will participate: Oyrena Van- "tling the unrest everywhere preval- ,'- *.':*^- ~1\ Gordon, perhaps the greatest of the'.enit This l°ve and eonfldence can Making Town Atffafeiive and Clean younger contraltos, whose - wonder-. ,*»me only as a religion is .revived. is Up to Every InditMual. Spring is alresay here., Hvery in- diAdduai" can aid in improving this 0j,gBfr'a i community and making it cleaner Jj' | and inore' progressive. Hvery citizen ought to take an active interest in ful exploits with the'^Ohicago" Opera ! Tl1^ church is praying and work- compahy, have placed her among the inS foT suc:h- a revival. We invite greatest, and who, was heard as so- ?axxr .sympathetic cooperation, loist with.tlie -"Detroit Symphony or-1 'Services next Sabbath, and^Thurs- Ann Arbor setae little , day as usual. "Listen for the hells. . ^igo, and .Merle ALcoak, renown-! ' '"— d as, an oratorio singer, ,and who is / ' " .- . FisMng Mcenses. • , • recognize.d as one of the -country's all gatherings and eixpress himself in hest , • Three splendid Licenses for anglers are provided : in a bill introduced in the ,, -_,„„ •„„„„„ „-„„!„■ „f fKi»' —"" "»"""•>""■ tenors will be state senate by Senator Osborn. Many-W estimable people of this .^^^ ohai,]es Marshall wilose state ashing 9 town are sincerely desirous of doing .„__«„-^-,-k,,*. a, om - • -, , ,f . , . . ^,. ~ 1 «,k*,.Kif f^ i.^^. «„- ^ --_.«ratic debut in. Chicago is compar-. ';with hook and line, or in any other able to that of. Ga'lli-Curci three sea- lawful manner, from the lakes and song ago, will appear-in the "Aida': streams within the jurisdiction of There, is much they can do, and ^jSguS" 1^^™"' ^ >6 Stote °f 'iMichi^" ^^ hence the selection of o their bit to boost our home comnvun- «**- • ""-" "But what 'can I do?" they ask. ery . •.'■". ^ PHONE 86 . . .'.,. ; ' Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Canned Goods, Fancy Groceries, Cigars^ Caiidjr 1 Garden making will soon begin. We have all kinds oi Garden Seeds—balk and package. When you want a Good cap of Coffee, buy Art Quality, White House, ». Yuban or San Mar ta a *- - *.■"•_,'■ / . Bring us your Eutter and Eggs. $ Cash paid for all farm produce. . Phone 86 ' MARTliN TUOSS the befet place to begin is at home. ! They can keep their houses and fences in-repair, singer, who forth be obliged to pay an annual fee as a-bby drove am express Wagon iu:of one dollar. The fund so 'raised Indianapolis, and who was discovered -would be known as the resident an- ""*"' - . , „ % the astute .Oscar, Kammerstein glers "licence fund', aria -would be* used They can keep their lawns-wen during "the regime of the Manliiattan' by the state, board of fish cbmmis- Gpera company, will be the soloist .sioners for the necessary ptopaga- Wednesday night. " ' tion and distmbtion of fish within '•Lamiberf Murphy, who has been the state.- ■ • ■ _J- heard in Ann-Arbor oh.several pre-. , . — ivious occasion^- and whose fine work ATT'TTTOAT "^AT'T1 *■* needs ho special commendation here iLHJ"OxlVl^ HjUJU seeded and mown. - .-•«■" Tliey cam plant shrubbery arid grow flowers amd add to. the beauty of their neighborhood. v • They can clean up their back yards, and get rid Of ,the unsightly n-uhbish and .weeds in" the alleys. They -can keep their -walks in re- .* "rji.jij.-ji » pair,', and their shade trees properly pruned, and create a-general-appearance of cleanliness and thrift on every hand. Then -when a public meeting is called for\the purpose of inaugttrat- will "participate dm the performance ' And Stock Reduction Sale at my store ,. * -Saturday, APBIL 16, 1921, • A galaxy of baritones will also be * " • ■ ■ heard, consisting" of Arthur' Middle-' instead of .March 16, as it reads on ton, one of the country's -best; Theu- ;the ^r5- Sale bes"hs promptly at 12 d<vre Harrison, who ifor" several years ! o'clock. ■ __. ■ was a't the head of the voice do-1. In addition .Ut aji extra large line partment of the University Sdhool o'f'of farm .implementsi there will be ing civic improvements they can at- MusiCj an<i who ,js acknowledged to", many exceptional bargains from the tend the meeting, and raise their ,be «ne ^ fflie ^^t^ me0t iaterJrhardware stock, big values in second pretere- of the-of the role if ."Elijah," " haild ^oods' new rangel3'' etc- etc- mfeeitinig voices in behalf xqf that whieh is* good for, the-town and agEiinst anything that is not sood. . ; * I All of these things operate th make a clean and attractive town, "and such, ' a town* advertises itself by its own. ' appearance. "•. ; Every citizen can be a booster, if ' he or she desires. I But like charity,, it should begin ! at home.i . and Gustaf Hplmouist, -a 'leading hass. . - - "Fanny Bloomfleld-Zeisler "will appear as ipiano soloist Slaturday ■ after-j noon. Other solo parts will be taken ; ' No one can afford to miss this sale, «, " EDWARD J. MUIR; GEO. J- KLAGER, Auctioneer. ' Get your tinning and eavetrpughing by Grace Johason-Konold, soprano of the School of Music- faculty, and j *! done at Bailey & Stark's hardware; Robert" McGandliss, a studeril^inthfe : ■-'That "Homey" Home-Matte Bread ot Ours • ,. is gaining- new friends* every day. Jt has that light, spongy feel,' and'the* taste—well, you ' i know how5 you feel when you have "extra good j luck" with your week's baking. That's,the way, . | our bread is, "and you get it fresh/ wholesome and •|. clean every .day. . | Our pastry* buns and .rolls measure up in ev- | ery way wi.th»our.bread.. »'« j- YOU'LL LIKE OUH BAEINO I SchnebeSt's Bakery STATEilENT For Sale-rSesd potatoes, free frorii voice department. \\r... j blight-Knoxall and Sir Walter -Hal- It is significent,that^at;th¥ recent ,^h. A. R. Allison, Phone 139-F2. contest conducted by., the Federated} Music . clubs,. Miss Strulble * and. Mr. j Ghase! I. Of the ownership and management of MoCandliss won first prizes. - uuase,- the Salipe Observer, published week- ,a,-Voo a f^m^ ^„a^^'~s 4.i,„ ■tt„; ' i. i- ci- - -»n„vr~„v, ««- a„_;i. >aikes, .a former student, of the Uni-, ly at Salmeft Michigan, for Aprils • ; . -. i .M, . ■'. . +. „ .. „■• „ „„.„„„ versity School of Music, now -m New <• 1921, required by the Act of Congress ^ teaves. Saline_ 192tt, required by the Act of Congress J„ __.„7,'. .*.... . ... I : *■=« - - « Detroit United Lines Eastern Standard Time." - Between Saline and'Ypsilanti hjs seat umtil the-final scenes haver flickered across the screen. It dealif with thevromarice of the belle of the school, and .is. treated, in a, light, jfantasitic manner that'places it beside the' most successful screen productions ag ehtertainment of the highest type. SCHOOL NOTES > Everyone attend the "fflrn play featuring Charlie Ray, entitled. "The Pinch- Hitter,*" tp ^be ".given at the liigh school auditorium* Friday; evening, Arpril- "UUai~A;QOk*"claek-. 'Jidults 15c, children 10c. The proceeds are to be used as part /payment on. a new moving picture machine jto be purchased by the school. .Parent-Teachers association held its regular April meeting on Monday. ,The -people who attetnded ^report a very- enjoyable eveninig. Light refreshments were*served. The baseball game\ with Manchester Friday was postponed'because of *;>.e inclemency of the weather. The Sfeniors entertained the Senior I-Iigh Friday evening in the school auditorium. Japanese decorations Were used, • Aft ■ operetta, VThe Merry Milkmaids," will be given April 28 in the c-pera house under the direction of Miss "(Marguerite Bullsn. Admission Is 25,c. Everybody come. Remember the date.*' ■ ■ . A new assignment' of library books has arrived. Each grade now has a library of its own. Twenty-three of the .new books "we're' added, to the High school library. * Floyd" Carr is out of school on account of sickness.,.-■ . t Hygiene class is mow dissecting animals in order to" study; the action of the heart and circulation of the blood. • BRlGirpON-—The body of Mrs- Charles Sehaufele, who was- born in Saline, May 27, 1862, Was! found Tuesday morning in the Huron, river near this place. She had suffered, from a t'umorous growth of the brain for some tirine arid1 "is supposed to have plunged into the river while mentally .unbalanced as a result of the ailment. She was-- a sister of Dr. Alex H-. Pearson of Ann Arbor. The "squirtle.fes" igrapefruit may appear "soon on the breakfast table. "Tho. new- prooduct, designed to spare the eye from, a citrus shower, is' known as the tangelo. It is a hybrid," the offspring of the tangerine and the grapefruit, "but is -more tender than either parent. ""There is little or no tendency for the juice of the tangelo to squirt when the spoon' is inserted" the government agricultural *bul- 6:50 a. m., 8:4*0 a. m, and every;letia said- two hours to 8:40 p. m. 10:45 p. j Of August*24, 1912. f0r C'perafc!c TOA-'la Italy' ^U also J Name -of publisher, editor, business Participate as soloist., ' ,■ % manager and owner: Sim. "R. Wilson Special features of the festival will ■ ■ m;> 1:15 a- m- SSline," Mich. - t be the performance of ""Elijah" Leaves Ypsilanti— • Known bondholdersv mortgagees i"hu.i-sday evening, the .performance' 6:25ta. m., 7:40 a. m.,v and every and other security holders owning or qf ■.■Aidar satdrday evening, and fiie two hours-to 7:40 p.- m.. 10:15 P. holding 1 per -cent or-more of total "... , , * ' .,, ^ j * _ Q_rt -io.jc _ ™ amourit of bpnds, mortgages, or other presentation of a work for children-; m- and 12,45 a. m . • securities are: ;A. 3. Warren, Saline, "The Vc^age of Arion," written by - Last car waits tor the theatre, ^car Mich.; Ianograph Co., Dave*nport, Ia.4 Harl V. Moore to words- by Dr. "M. from.Ann Arbor. / * Sworn to and subscribed hefore-me (.. ^5^ 'of tne j-hetoric faculty of . Cars connect* at Wayne for Ply- thfe Sth day of April, 1921., , o Ae .uniTefsity^ ."■■', mouth and N.uthville; at Ypsilanti A' "No^jy Public TWs w^ ■as wel? as other ntim"" fo* Detroitana Jackson. Commission expires March l, 1,925. »er3. "yrall oe su*^ •by-a lar^e chorus In effect May. 18, IMC For Sale—Steel oil barrels'; Wiedman Auto Company. Lost—Lady's crocheted thantf bag, containing crocheted =yoke. , Ple.ase leave at The "Ovserver .office. Far Sale—1919 and 1920 Chevrolet '490". touring cars,- "Ford' ton truck* <)Sason roadster. The Saline Garage, phone. "6JL. r Anyone wishing to work a garden on shares, phone 210. _ 32 Wanted—Painting and paper hanging. . Frank Caniburn, phone A60. For Sale—Good horse, 7 years old, weight 1100. Herman Heininger. Willard storage ibatteries, $25 to. $5.5. The Saline Garage, phoned 61. .Lost—a pair of ladies' fine • shoes. Finder pled.se leave at ^his office. •For Sale-rRegistered Chester.White boar. O. J. Feldkamp,_phone 196-F3. For Sale:—Bay mare 5 years old) wt. 1500 lbs. Julius Schnirring. 32 For Saile-^-Good work horse* Wieidman Auto Company. United States Tires are Good Tires. Sold at The Saline 'Garagei phone 61. For Sale—Wireless outfit, in good condition, C. J. Baumgartner, phone 137-F32. ' 33 "* For Sale—White Wyandotte eggs? ■ 50 cents per dozen. Arthur Heininger, phone 194-F2. .'• 31' , For »Sare—Quantity of early rose seed. • potatoes. Mrs. Rachael Gregory, 110 MichUgami avenue W. 33 Wanted—a good man-.- Or bey- -to work on- tha farm by the month". Fifed Richards, Phone 139-F23 33 For SaleT-^Russet Rural. seed "sota- toes, the great drouth resister. Henry Comishi Macon phone 5-F11. 33 Visiting cards, wedding invitations and announcements, either printed or engraved, at the Observer office.' Wanted—To rent a farm furnished on shares, by. expoirienced fa!rma:. Bert Welsh. 100 East Heni«y street. *' Eggs for. Hatching, Pure-bred official s.frain White Rock eggs, 15 for 75 cents. Ml W. Trout,- Saline phone 144 F-22, 31 For Sale—Seed barley, -Michigan black hul-less, a high yield variety-with smooth ieard. Wm. Clements & Sonl' phone 193-F13. 27tf * For Sale—Dodge touring oar, Chevrolet 490 tourinig car, Overland runabout, Studebaker Four tlouring*. , Wiedman Atito Company. Fluff Rugs; Quality my^motto,. price is right. !Not flat work. All work guar-, anteed. Country work a specialty. Address P. L. Beam, Saline, 31 ' Emil H, •Arnold, Optometrist, 220 S. Main street, Ann Arbor, specializes in superior eye examination and glasses at reasonable prices. "For Sale—One Durham bull, 16 months old. This- bull is "a full blood from a cow that gave 15,000 pounds of jnilk last • yeai'. Inquire of Fred Robson, R.--D. ?, Saline. 31 , For Sale-v"Osed Ford tractor -aaid^ plow, at a bargain. Also a 10-20 Titan, in very good Shape. .If you are . in the market for^ a'lO-20, this is an. exceptionally good buy. ' • Herman Heininger, ■It's the factory way It 1 & Combs, factory expert piano tuneiv tunes your piano. Twenty years' experience. Player planes a specialty. Call me up at my expense. 406 N.. Hamilton street, Ypsilanti. Phone 88 S. TIMBEB. WANTED. We are in the maTket for all kinds; of saw timber. We feay you a good price, standing "or at the mill. Write,- or phone No. .70, and wer wilf be,, pleased to call and see what y"ou>. may have. 25tf G. F. BRACEY & SON.'t- :^M 1 .1 ! t Ji-^.*-.- ■'' * "s""-.
|Title||1921-04-14; 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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