1922-04-20; Saline Observer
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VOLUME XXXXII SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY, MICH., THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1922 NUMBER 30 Saline Savings Bank The One Story Bank on the Corner ORGANIZED 1908 *>' The Ohe Stohy Bahk - CHTm Cobweb CAPITAL $25,000.00 SURPLUS and PROFITS $30,000.00 RESOURCES $600,000.00 GEORGE BURKHART, President GEORGE J. MANN, Vice President R. L. FINCH, Vice President LEE TESCHER, Cashier A. R. BURKHARDT, Asst. Cashier W. T. BRADFORD, Auditor DIRECTORS GEORGE BURKHART R. P. FINCH J. H. FTOLDKAMP F. O. WIEDMAN JOSEPH BURKHARDT GEORGE J. MANN GEORGE J. FELDKAMP FRANK ROSE FRED HERTLER ALFRED HERTLER Member ol Federal Reserve Bank The Quality Grocery PHONE 86 Quality—Price—Service! prst—I^astr^-Alwaysl Our 28c Coffee- 4 POUNDS FOR $1.00 is sure making a HIT. Try it! Don't forget we are HEADQUARTERS for GARDEN SEEDS*—bulk and package ONION SETS Highest cash price for EGGS YOURS FOR MORE BUSINESS, Phon. 86 MARTIN FUOSS G.TiGHdM [WEEK April 24th to 29th A special showing of Gingham yard goods, also Dresses, Aprons, Handkerchiefs, ete. of Gingham. Come in this week and make your selection. THE WOMEN'S SHOP PHONE 15 Next to D. U. R. Waiting Room SALINE " OUR DAILY BREAD" You cannot attach too much importance to the selection of your daily bread. It's one of, if not the most important item on the bill of fare. The ancients called it the "Staff of Life"—and they knew! Be sure that you are leaning on a firm staff. If you want to be SURE of the quality of your bread, just ask for Schnebelt's Jersey Cream Bread. Schnebelt's Bakery All Indications Point to Normal SAY IT WITH OBSERVER LINERS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING lc per word first insertion—then |c per word Complete RADIO outfits and parts. The Saline Garage. For Sale—Several good farm horses. Wiedman Auto Company. Wanted—Jobs of building fence?. Conrad Jaeger, phone 212 F2. 32 Lost—Set of augur bits and brace. Gottlieb Girbacb, phone 194-F23. ol Painting and paper hanging. Cam- burn Bros., phones 160 an-d 2-F3. For Sale—Good 7-room house -on McKay street. Herman Bredernitz. NEW BUILDING FOB MICHIGAN ATENUE Large Warehouse and Office to Be Erected by Herman Heininger. COMBINATION OP COMEDY AND HEART INTEREST IN '•DOUG'S-' LATEST Make your own RADIO outfit. Buy the materials for it at The Saline Garage. RADIO GOODS, The Saline Garage. For Sale—Potatoes, Henry Cornish; Saline, Macon phone. 31 For Sate—Good work horse. Walter Gross, phone 149-F12 28tf For Sale—Carmel seed potatoes. Francis Gould, phone 209. 31 "What makes that pump at the corner so popular—Sinclair Gasoline. For Sale—Quarterd oak buffet with bevel plate mirror. C A. Curtiss. 29f Just received another lot of Nisco Spreaders. Price $110. Edward J. Muir. 1 C. A. Rogers, teacher of violin, will be in Saline every "Wednesday at The Tavern. 2-ltf. ' Watkins' remedies and toilet articles for sale at the Saline Confectionery* 29tf Herman Heininger, local agent for the International Harvester Company, is having materials placed for the erection of a handsome buiM- ing fronting Michigan avenue opposite the Saline Garage, work on which will he begun as soon as possible. The sides and rear walls will" be of brown hollow tile and the front elevation will be of frosted brick. The dimensions of the structure will be 50x100 feet, ope story. The interior will contain well appointed office, repair and supplies rooms and one large compartment for the storage of implements, tractors etc. When complete (Mr. Heininger will have quarters he may well be proud of and which will be a credit to the village. Critics and Public Alike Proclaim it the Most Unusual Picture of its Kind Ever Made. For Sale—Presbyterian manse. Inquire of the Pastor, 30o North Ann Arbor street. 30tf I can supply a few more customers with miilk. Frank Daniels, phone 115. 31 The Federated Church W. J. Cross. Pastor. During the next two months, at somewhat ii regular intervals, on Sunday mornings, the pastor will preach a series of four sermons on the gen- Presbyterian Church." "What the the Church, in the following order: "What the World Owes the Baptist Church," "What the World Owes the Presbyterial Church,'' "What the "World Owes the Methodist Church," "What the World Owes the Lutheran Churrehu" It is hoped that these sermons will point out the peculiar features in each of these churches that have given them success and made each a blessing to mankind. Mrs. Mason's death, which* occurred recently,, and whose funeral took place from our church last Monday, removes another link that "binds the Presbyterian church of former years with the Federated church of the present. She with Mrs. Chandler, who preceded her to the Better Land but a few weeks was identified for a number of "years with the choir of the church, in her early life. Our Easier service was what it promised to be. The weather did its share in contributing to the interest of the occasion by making it possible for an unusual crowd to be present and enjoy the memorable occasion. The baptism of thirteen people of different ages was said to be an impressive and beautiful sight. The twenty-ffive who came into definite relations with the church, through baptism and church membership male the day and service of such, value to the church that .; \, ».l *__t tcca i forgotten. This class is lo be followed into the ci"H*ci J7 rxGti**r afc n not very distant date. We give God all the glory of turning the hearts of the people to Himself and the church, and take courage and press on in our work. Services next Sabbath for both juniors and seniors at 10:30 in the morning. Sabbath school at 11:45. Evening service at 7:30. Thursday sevrice at 7:30. At this time the study of the book of Daniel will be continued. The public is invited to all these services. How a man dashed madly through ; the streets in his underclothes, stopped New York traffic with a clothing | dummy, started a fire unintentionally, ; became a murder suspect, also unintentionally and finally invented his way to the altar, are but a few of the remarkable features of "The Nut," ■, starring Douglas Fairbanks, which is1 coming to the Liberty- theatre. Saturday and Sunday. i . This picture is said to be a com- t bin at ion of comedy and heart interest, with a very pleasing love story '' dominating throughout. In addition ; to the star, the photoplay has in it some of the most capable and popular screen players in the picture btetftess. - ,-.-..,. The theatre management proclaim- this film as one of the most unique that "Doug" has ever done. It displays some of the most original and laughable situations ever shown, and at the same time develops genuine artistry in the natuie of its treatment at the hands of this clever and athletic comedian. 1 Special Free Tractor Plow offer expires May 1st. See me for particulars. Hs Heininger. Buy John Deore and Oliver Implements. You are 'always sure to get repairs. Edward J. Muir. For Sale—Poland Chinas, bargains in fall pigs, eiher sex. R. W. Mills, phono 43. 30 For swvice and gasoline that's got Pop, Power anid Mileage, drive up to* Lessen's garage. Calling cards, wedding invitations j A fun '""e of Globe Poultry and j Chick Feed and poultry supplits. and announcements, either printed oi j engraved, at The Observer office. Edward J. Muir. We do all kinds of tin work. Eave- j If you are in need of a new steel •trough jobs done promptly and at | range, see C J. Bracey. Will ex- reasonable prices. Edward J. Muir. | change for live stock. 31 Wanted—Gardens 4o plow, or other work that can be done- with one hoi*se-. Frank; Daniels, phone 115. 30 20 per cent Acid Phosphate Fertilizer $27.25 per ton. Goes as far as 2400 pounds of 16 per cent. Ed. J. Muir. Furnished rooms for rent. Also plain and fancy dressmaking. 400 East Miqh"san,,i^v-enue. „. .. =29tf.. i Repairs for ail plows—Oliver, Syracuse, John Deere, Burch, Wiard i and Gale. Edward J. Muir. Emil H. Arnold, Optometrist, 22- S. Main street, Ann Arbor, ''pecializ»i in superior eye examination and glasses at reasonable prices. Harry M. Grooms of Ann Arbor has leased a cement building near the Pere Marquette depot at Howell, vacated by the Howell Washing Machine Company, and is installing machinery for manufacturing brass goods.- His specialty is the Ideal brass valves which are largely used on heating plants and gasoline piping. OBITUARY Ann Elizabeth Mason was born •near Saline August 1, 1S47, and died at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Lee Swartout, in Jackson, Michigan, Fii- •day April 14, 1922, being at the time of her death in .her 7Sth year. Mrs. Mason's maiden name was Clark, a sister of Frank A. Clark of this place. November 8, 1S'"6 when 19 years old she was married to George Brainard Masoni Three children came to bless this union, Ralph C. of Battle Creek, Dorothy Avery of Three Rivers and Flora J. Swartout of Jacksin. Besides these there remain to mourn their loss, two grandchildren, Arnold Mason and Hugh Swartout, and two brothers, Frank Clark and Albert Milton Clark of Peterbo.ro, Florida. After marriage she lived1 iu Saline for several years, then in Ann Arbor, from thencs she moved to White 1 igeon and them to Jackson, her husband having died in 1919. She has since that time made her home in that city. Mrs. Mason had lived a beautiful Christian life since, early g'rlhool. She became when quite young identified with the Presbyterian church and continued a member of this church until her, death. Possessed of a voice of rare sweetness, she consecrated it to the Lord, and was found on the Sabbath day in her place in the choir promoting the worship of God by contributing- her full share to the music of the church. Her funeral was held in the Federated church, Rev. Cross officiating, and was attended by a large number of former acquaintances and associates, who remembered her with evident -pleasure. Her body was laid to rest beside that of her husband in Ootavood cemetery Monday afternoon. The .relatives and friends from- out of town in attendance at the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mason and son, Arnold, the former from Belding and ths latter from Battle Creek; Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Avery of Three Rivers, Mr. and Airs. Lee Swartout and son, Hugh, Carl Hauser and Miss Atabie Shaw of Jackson; Miss Ada Hill and Mrs. Eda Schlatterbeck of Ann Arbor. NOTICE A limited amount of 1920 Worthy Seed Oats testing 36 lbs. at 60 cents per bushel. Saline Mecantile Co. For Sale—Good team well matched, wt. 2900, and brass trimmed breech^ ing harness, cheap. Will take hors.? weighing around 1100 in t-xchange. Sam. Craig, Saline, Rfd 4. 31 Wanted—practical nursing. Enquire of Mrs. Fred Richards, R. F. D. No. 4, Saline. Phone 139-F22. 31 NOTICE Don't forget to treat those oats with Anti-Smut. For sale by the Saline Mersantile Co. ? Wanted—Carpenters, at the A. Sehmid farm, three miles south of Saline. C. P. Robinson, phone 190-F21. Look about your place and see if there is not some article or live stock that you could soil to advantage. Then order a liner adv. in The Observer and you will quickly make a sale. ! Notice, Contractors and Builders • For Sale—Thirteen tread inside i stamvay; also .rubber tired trailor, ! SO 6 E. Henry street, phone 76. 32 WANTED—People in this vicinity who have any legal printing required in the setlement of estates, etc., to have it sent to this newspaper. The rates are universal in such matters and to have your notices appear ii this pa*per it is only necessary to asl the probate judge to send them here. If -you want winter eggs get Busy 1 Biddy White Leghorns. Eggs, baby 1 i/tucks, and custom hatching. Saline 'phone 144-F14. C. F. Heilnian. 27tf j * FAHM FOR SALE i 160 ax-res choice land, barn 36x140, granary, tool, corn, hog and poultry houses and silo. O. R. Persons. 2-J*f Horses For Sale—Pair of bays, weight 2800; gray mare 9 years old, w*eight 1500; bay gelding 10 years "old, weight 140O; black mare 5 yrs. old, weight 1350; black mare 6 years old, weight 1400; bay gelding 10 years >old, weight 1100; pair grav Percheron mares 6 and 7 years old, weight 3300, well matched. Herman Heininger. Fish of a species unidentified by the old-time residents at Beulah are being caught by the thousands as they come out of Crystal lake 'and start up Cold creek to spawn. Farmers of that vicinity are hauling them home by wagon loads and what they are unable to eat they use for fertilizer. Dip nets are being used, but in many instances a common burlap sack is em-ployed to scoop them from the stream. The fish are said to resemble cisco except they have teeth. Specimens have been sent to Lansing to he classified. The Belgian stallion Prince George, weight 2100, will make the season -at my place every day except Sunday. F«e, §15. Herman Kohler, phone 142-F3. 28-31 For Sale—Land contract pear Milan. Farm sold for $8,000; down payment $2,500. Well located. Good reasons for selling. A- W. Williams, 718 Farwell Bldg., Detroit, Mich. 30 Lange's Anconas, heavy winter layers of large white eggs. Booking orders for baby chicks, hatching eggs. Other varieties if desired. Custom hatching, 306 East Henry street, phone 76, Saline. 32 What every motorist knows is that the driver of the other car is always to blame. Detroit United Lines Eastern Standard Time. Between Saline and Ypsilanti Leaves Saline— 6:50 a.„m., 8:40 a. m., and every two hours to 8:40 p. i**u, 10:45 p. -nL, 1:15 a. mi. Leaves Ypsilanti— 6:25 a. m., 7:40 a. m., and every 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.
|Title||1922-04-20; 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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