1921-07-14; Saline Observer
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VOLUME XXXXI SALINE, WASHTENAW, COUKTY, MICH., THURSDAY, JULY 14. 1921 ■NUMBER 4$ Keeping Up Appearances FROM FAE OFF AFRICA Come Pleasant Greetings to Friends In Saline and Vicinity. WOMEN TO HAVE PAST IN STATE DAIBY TOUR Council Proceedinss Regular meeting of the Commpn; Council June 6, 1921. j A quorum not heing present the j Care ■»* *»• •' Mi* in H«me Wi!1 , FET7IT MEN SAID TO ' FACE GRAVE BOT LOSS Kijabi, British East Africa. April 30, 1921 Mr. Martin' Paoss, Saline, Miohjigam, U. S. A. Dear friend: Just a few lines- to let you know, \ j we are still living. • meetin.g was 'adjourned, subject to the ; ■ call of the president. i The regular meeting of the Saline : Common Council was held in- the- 'council roam June 13. President Fuoss in the chair. Trustees present: Bredernitz, Ren- Consum'piaon and marketing of milk as it effects the women folk on. the farm- will have a prominent ola^e in fche dairy demonstration tour to be .. ,., _ __. -.-,_., _. imade through many counties of the We had a very pleasant trip motor- j tscMer, Curtiss, Ford, Blaess, Barr. j^^ during Augugt uQder tfae ^ ing through the Virginias, amd east-*' Minutes of last regular meeting; auspJces- _, tte MicnJsaft Holstei-- Re Shewn by Exhibits and Demonstrations. Kain in Lrfte Jiejv^ Wo_I_ Mean Se» Twe Damages According to M. A. C. Specialist. As a people, we Americans have formed the habit of keeping- up appearances. It is a costly-habit and makes many of us live beyond our means. Surely now is the time to correct this fault. • Let's do away with pretence. If we cannot afford certain things let's do without therm. A little money tucked away in a good bank is much better than a false front. This bank Is at your service. aaone Savings Hank Member ©f Federal Reserve Bank bVidge, Washington^ Mjt. Verncm, Bhil-| -— -._._,„___ ^.._ ___^>.^ _., — ;th- jfew York c^t-ai aD_* pcnnsyl- i 4-elphia, New Verb, then to Liver- flnance cjommattee were read: * va™a railroads. I *ool. Took a .run through the city of iFrank Braeey, teaming $ 70.00 , '-London, stopping at tihe (tower and Charles Miller, teaming Westminister AMsey France via. Paris and Arlington to,Fred Gross- teaming "Mrirseilles. Then "hy b^_t across tojJoIm 'Prittz, labor*.. Alexandria, Egyj*. jHenry 9xMx> teami From here wj 'had-a run up to | Oliaa-les Carven, labor Cairo, -visited the ■pyr-mfifls, and then IAdaai Klumpp, labor...... on to Port Said. *We then Trent to j Robert CuHen, teaming.,,. Palestine tor (ten -days, visiting all of I Sela Fitzerald, teaming.,.. r« em, states, visiting the Natural read """■<* approved. The following bills audited by the i Friesian association, M. A. C, and . . One onitire car will he .given over to ; _,.., _ ,, .. , __ _„'„„'exhibits and demonstrations on tho •riKm.-thmn-eh Philo Luckhardt, labor 98.00 i . „,., . .. _ 4. a:__Jir tmougn _ ■ _ ^ • . -- un ;<*are of milfc m the home, stressing ■ "* ■ Its use in children's diet oarti^u'ar'-'. 98 00 ; __.... „' i Mrs. Louise M. Camobel", =ta*e le. £- Henry Goltz, teaming 7.00. . . _ , . ,. „ .,. er of home demonstration agent , wiU , j he in charge of the ear and will be ' 93 70 ' I assisted hy Miss Grace lio!*rop ar.-.l * JMisg Luella Wilder. Accomp_r.yinf? jihe train for part of the trip <>t j least-will "be Miss Jessie Hoover, 119 96 ' imilk utilization specialist for tho " ' • dairy department of the United Spates Fred! Luckhardt, salary, and ■freight paid John Kohler, teaming.,,. Grape black rot is all set to infect the Michiigan crop, this >year, and frua|t men face hea'vy loss if rainy weather occurs in the latter part of July, according to <?. H. Coons, plant pathologist at the Michigan Agricultural college. "Recent field work in southwestern Michigan shows ns tihat grape black .rot may be sfcrious flMs year," says Coons. "Special attention "must 'lie given to time.-y and thorough spraying if loss is to be kept down. Control of hlack rot is accomplished by ti-ae of Bordeaux mixture. *r-o be r-.r*$ effective this shou'd be s palied I." "ore a rainy spell, rather th?n af- Ser it. The disease spreads r-j-ring wet, muggy weather, and the s-^ray should "be put on to protect tho croo finin'r-g the danger neriod." the Important placss. We ilhally tenaed in Moimbasa, November 11, *l'S2B. 'From there we, went inland a.*boiit'*600 miles to Nai-|9tto I''n«*!alrMt, labor, 1.75 rdhe, the ■«aipi'fi_i city. We "now are,Aairon- Wedemeyer, gravel 3J50'| <9 mil-es from ttiere in a beautiful J"1111 G- Wurster, work ora ladies- valley about 75 Tiiiles in diameter. We "have pnrdhsesed a tract of land of nearly T>!O0X> acres, and have. a miission scliool every night and meeting every Banfey. We enjoy <wsrlung among the natives -vary TB__h • and hope, by the Lard's help, to do them some go~d. "Things ^are wery high here—sug-ir 6*.97 rsst room C H. Carvenv marshlall salary . for May Julius Bredernitz, on© 8x8 tile Martin Fuoss, broom Earl Fosdick, oil and gas Dr. J. B. Wallace, nealth, officer 41.70 j "Edward Muir, supplies........ B4."54 Wovth'ington Pump Xky., supplies 4-1:0*1 j depairtmenit of agriculture. Lectures will be given at each st-.p, special literature will he dist-'bii-*'-d. and timely exhibits will he on clis- iplay. Besides t_ose .showing the u-s>5 '_ jof utensils, one exhibit will consist of "j" !wax models of foods -preppred by art- • ' ;ists'in the dairy departmeilt at Wash- ' "ington,.while another will he of rats Nearer Together Than Ever That tells t_*e .•^bory of the relaS^iis -e-jasting be- tw-een tints sto-^ ?and its customssrs- It is not an idle stat8_a-e.it. It is a fact, evi'dseai-ee-i !b"*r the constantly i■^l€'_,elasia!|g• volume of tmr brasi*-Mess from year to yeair, of %he steady strteaa-fa of mew customers wh© aa*© fi_a(d®rg their way to mmsr *d*0®a© who are^ telling othe_-s ^©f the splendid "saBaies we are giving1 six dw^ ia lEtre week. BURKHART BROS. ■^MONEY'S WORTH or MONEY BJiCK." Tlie Quality Grocery PHONE 8$ Fresh Freifcs. ¥«_~tafe_aB, (Canned Goods, Staple aed P__*y (Groceries If you haven't yens* Pineapples— *- BETTE1 -0ET WiM* We pay the highest eash-price for Butter and Eggs and Fa__M Produce. We sell you SUOAR and ©ther Groceries as e__eap ■ as you buy elsewhere, ^aiality considered. LET US PHO?E If TO YOU! Phon^se fVIARTIIN FUOSS EAT SCHNEBELT*S BREAD Wlsy Swelto in the tttehen These days when you can secure your Bread* Rolls, Bulls, CaJkes, Cookies, Fried Ca_ceSj and Pies fresh and. delicious fronT our ovens daily? The products of our ovens are ready fresh* for you every -morning. Why not let us relieve you of the dfudgefy of baking during the heated term. Sehnebelt's Bakery ma a pouna,- nails 35c. For many ^""Kger Mfg. Co., water meters 63.00 articles at 'th_ grocery tlhey put pen- Detr'"'i-t Sdlson Co., "lights and naes 'on -one -awle of the scales or bal- • vower — 23*3:30 anees ;aind 'oandy or whatever yoj miay %e 'buying on the other; so many tilings are >worth their weight in uercnies. prepared by ,the Smithsonian Instl- .tfte. Tliat milk is extremely valuable r-s an article of diet for adults and absolutely necessary for children will ■»r .- _ « _ __ ^ n_-„ - l°e -emphasized. Its ©ase of -oreoara.- Motion "by T^ara that T>ills -as Tead „-_. ._. ,. ,---_. - " " . t, t, _ _ ^ _ _ ,,_ tloxi and '*e Variety of wavs ^-.\ he aiiowied and orders drawn for the i wj,ich it fia?m_. "Supportea *by 'Curtiss. Carried, '^own Tihe report of t*tee -ways and means I "" may. be served wil i» ■Maryhe -the editor would like to «oman3tt-a -was presented -with a reo- merttton *She fact in his paper that *o,HB_tendatroiii -fitett -a tax rate of $_:U"0. -=w_ have saS-ly arrived and ^end all ^T §100-00 he adopted for the ensu- >o_r friends greetings. Respectfully, W. J. BAILEY. ItECJfVEB^ STOEN t"*A8. TOM MIX -COMING TS "THR BO 41) "DEHO-W" OBSERVER LINERS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINfi !'•■ ik"> Line Writ, tiisjirtion; Then 8c ih>v l.fiu>: v;nfihrni cbarw 25t>. For Sale—^Abont 13 acres good timothy hay. John Schleh. 4_ Fo'- Sale—A barrel ga'soline tanlr. >ntju!re at Observer office. Wanted—Painting* and paper hanging. Frank Camburn, phone 160. Wanted— Bainting of all kinds. All- WGr,li .guaranteed. Bailey & Stark. For seiio—Alfalfa hay, cut and >n '.iv> field. G«oir_e Braun, Phone 183- Fol. Ttom Max in the sadd'o, at ih v,rhpe' of a racing car, doing stun<s I '! p-ir:- ing year. .Motion, by Bredernlitz that the report of the ways and means eomnfK-' with the aid of his *ht>r5.^rony ami jte| toe adopted. Supported by Ren-; -feaprng a river ,-ij_.-Ms. en^^fa.hft'- „.|-tsfiW'er. . Cactuea. i Hon to winning f*h.e •ha'nd of a rTf.<1-.- »_«.-«.•-"_ , 1- M^i0,v^i^a*?'mit2tb*1t the^ave-s^,-] wm ^ th- attraction ^ rt-c Armurraeminger has had his new ment on Sonfh. Ann Arhor streetiL^rty th^a^e next W^n^sday •©■idsmo-biile returned through the «f- ftom soutih line oT Michigan avenue Ms iat<ist Wiijiam Ftw -wenern Tective work of Detroit detectives, -be full wMflh of street, loaving ten'tore "The Road Demon-" ' Soon after .purchasing the auto he foot sMewm -on "both sides to th- T.-nis thrilJin^, speedy wwir-fiy -f tetrove to ____ Arbor, stopping in front south end rt W^.lsce block, on east v.-_stern life is deOa"^ to he 1b«> of the Eteetfic ishop, where he had «tde. hnd to- nmh of George Schmid, be=t M'x h?.s ro^c—wiii>n - -p-'^ some business to attend to. He also Sr., .drivewav on, west side cf street. someMiing for the clever Fo^ ' «•*■*■- PB-ob-sed -a new stra,w hat and.plae- Extension.of <w_lk toact as curbsim-*'He 'begins -by swapping hfe _i0r*» ed it in the car while He proceeded ilar to that on east Side of North Ann, fMt Tony, of course^ for a broke.-' to do other-errands When bis worlt Arhor street along Schroen building. • down .into on the desert, and flndhwr W^ i "L ft,irn9a t0 tKe sp5ft BatelK* •ofbloek to "Henry street 36 the ste5;-ing gear broken, he uses his r^^?* , ^ maCWne t0 ^ * wKh resular curD and aP*; lariat to guide the pesky thing. He find xt iad^een stolen m "Supportea Dy Curtiss. parried, finally gets it going. He rides back _!• ^?t „ *IARTIN FUOSS. President. to the ranch. He «an*t stop the car. Arta- Wname in xt that was ROY KOSERS, Clerk. :He rides t*hrough a fence and then a found in fftie office of a man near his - :b'"rn. and 1 th h h' typewriter. "The detective racked up MORE SUNLIGHT THIS TEAR. !co^-Doy me^s to alKJ *^e in ,£ the hat and -a^ked how this man; ^sm .F0-j ^^-^ BA0K gas ^ to Make came in possession of it, the reply _~. - . ^«. ^ - _, -"here hias. heen. m^re sunshine T"* "P*3*^ set in the opening scenes I ~— C--V—two gasoline engines, * ! TTnited 3-horse, ope "^airbanks-Mlorse ' !"}_ horse. E. H. Cook, rfd 4. -4 * DrV HeHderson, _e_tist' i_." SaliRe, V wishes to announce that his offl'e will be closed until August 2. 45 ( Second-band Deering grain binde' in good -sedition, for sale cheap. HJ8rma_t Heininger. being that -a friend had given it to him.. The name of the frieud was secured. He was interviewed, the auto fonsid, and tihe two men landed in jail at Ann Arbor. The car had been driven 1,700 miles and *had had hard usage, some parts being gone. The license Mumbar 'had "been changed and the number on tihe car, they having made an eight put of a three. .sinee January 1 of jfchis year than for is "maintained tftroughout the picture, many years %afcfk—that -is -more sun- • He wins a. road race with the car. shine per week—and tbe-outlook is But the finish, comes after thrilling good for -a continuance of bright stuDts. He does some rescue work weather; according to meterologists thajt is biair-raiising—and he wius in sl-iag np tl*& weather for Michi- the hand of pretty Clare Anderson,, gan). .'-his leading woman. In judging from the law of averas- Others in- the cast are Charles .l< es which the weather is said to foi-: French, George Hernandez, Lloyd low quRe closely, It is ;uite possible Bacon, Sid Jordan, Charles Arling, that the iatter part of ihe year may HrroV] Gnodwjn, BK:1k Elmer and even up the average temperature "hy Frank Tckawaja.. Lynn F. Reynolds A reunion of the .*Josenhans family frosts, cold ajnd much snow. Inci- wro'e and directed the story. was held Monday, ffuly 4, at the old -dentally it is suggested it would not ; ; farm home and those present were: De surprising if frosts came early. HOOTCH "PIZEK" THEY SAT. Mrs. Johanna Hildner and sons, L. V. this faU because of the hot and ne- W. Hildner of Pitts*burgih, Pa- J. A. culiar summer (Michigan is exper- JOSENHANS FAMILY BEUNION. One prohibition offlfcer who £ot ^friendly with the "bootleggers of His '(•■ity and learned some of their : secrets, repcrte the booze they hand out contains 20 to- 30 per cent of putt C. Hildner and son, "Herman, of Ann *enomg. Arbor; C. F. Hildner _snd wife of S*a- line, Mrs..__sa Barrows and children'] OBITUARY Louise and Robert of Kalamazoo; Mr. it has pleased our heavenly Father ether, or enough to cat away the lin- and Mrs. G. P. Josenthans of Ann Ar- in His divine providence to call from ings of the stomach. Ten men in bor, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Josenhans of this life Mrs. Fred Wild. She was that community recently died from Lodi, Mr. and Mrs. Fre_ ;Josenhans born june 12, 1S68, in Germany, booze poi-oming. In Chicago most of and daughiters, Katherine and Char- -^en one year old she came to this the bootleg stuff consists of diluted lotte of Blissfield, Mr. and Mrs. Ge:>. country with Uer parents and spent' tobacco with a large percentage of Rothfuss and Mrs. Repa Josenhans of her entiv& U& in. Lodi. ~ nicotine. Nicotine in concentr-.tcd Blissheld, Mrs. P. Reimold and son, February 28, 1889 she was united form has a "kick" sufficient to wreck Mr. and Mrs. William Relmold and in marriage with Joseph Meyer. To if not kill the drinker. Then there William of Salina, Kans., Miss Char- this ^^^ two cWldre-. were OOTa. ja a mixture of wood alcohol, ether lotta Josenhans of Wilmington, N. C, Mr. Meyer died five' years! later. ^ and prune juice that is as deadly as and Mr. and Mrs. O. J. McBride and l!a 1896 deceased was married to prussic acid. Give the bootleggers son of -Grass Lake. Fxed Wiid_ -p- tbis nP:ion three time and they'll make the enfbrce- -Despite the warm day all spent an cMldren were born. ' m-emt of the prohibitory law easy, enjoyable time. All did Justice to a Mter a long mnsss sbe q-uietly says an observer. bountiful dinner and a display of passe(j awar juiy 3, 1923. She _— fireworks for the children was en- leaves t0 moura fox her, her husband CARD OP -THAN7£S joyed at night.—Milan- "Leader. . -_d fiv€ children^ Herman Meyer'of We wish to express our heartfelt Scio, Mrs. Robert Hieber of Freedom," thanks to the neighbors, friends and Cora, Carl and Ernest Wild at home.! relatives who were so kind to assist Her entire pilgrimage was 53 years us darfng the Illness and death of •our mother and wife. Also for the • beautiful floral offerings,"the choir of containing **clothes. the Evan_telical, Lutheran church and Rev. liederer for his comforting CARD OF THANKS J feel deeply grateful to all the kind friends Bind -neighbors who so and 20 days, ably assisted me in my sad bereave^ — ment, and'to the "nastor for his com- Found—Grip fortSng words, and. ±0 the -Masons; Owner may have same hy .provin algflf for the beautiful floral offerings, property and paying ffer this notice.', words. Mrs. Kate liartlett. . Aasron Wedemeyer. 45x ' Mr. Fred Wild and Children. Lost— Nose -glasses, ip a case, te- I'wet-n Orrin Briggs' and the Basseit f..nn. Reward. Mrs. Tfiiomas Be_*tr. 45 Lost—Lsdy's blue serge suit coat on Michigan avemue inside eity limits of Saline. Finider please leave at this office. Lost—Lady's Can coat, Saturday evening, betweeni Saline and one mile north. Finider please notify Clarence Carr, phone 144-F4. Ux TSmil H. Arnold, Optometrist, 220 S. Main street, Ann Arbor, specializ ss in superior eye examination and glasses at reasonable prices. For Sale or- Rent—Number one cottage all -urnished at North la_e. CaJi at 25 Huron.street or phone 64 44x Lewis Ernst, .Dexter, Mich. Found—Sack of wooL Owner may have same by prpving property and paying for this notice:. €sran^e Gordon. Lost—Pa*ir of large shell rim spectacles between Saline and five miles east on itown line road. Reward, Frank I. Pence, care American hotel, Ann Arhor. ■Good tire^s are always cheapest in the end. We offer you maximum value with full satisfaction and then we see that yon get it. Fisk tires. George Uphaus. .: •'. ' ; 45 You may pay a few cents more for iS sack of the new; "1900" flo_r, hut it ■o .. iin h. We are now blending in spring wheat, and even if we do say so, 'It is some flour.'' "Ask your .grocer for a trial sack. The William Hayden Milling Co- Tecumseh. TBIBEB W-USTED. We are in the market for all kinds of saw timber. We pay you a gcofl price, standing or at the mill. Write, or phone No. 70, and w£ will be pleased to call and see what you may have, 25tf d F. BRACES' A SON. Visiting cards, wedding inyitatic_= and announcements, either piintea ce engraved, at the Ofeserrer office.
|Title||1921-07-14; 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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