1922-04-27; Saline Observer
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VOLUME XXXXII SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY, MICH., THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1922 NUMBER 31 For Your Convenience We are installing a Radiophone in our Bank buildin. It is the purpose of the Bank to furnish all who wish the latest market quotations, live stock, crop and weather reports, antl one also will be able to cut in on any of the important news being sent out from the larger cities. Bulletin boards will be installed upon which to note important matters, and reports from the base ball games in the major leagues will be posted. The public is cordially invited to avail themselves at any aaard all times of this important service. •% Saline Savings Bank The One Story lank on the Comer Member of Federal Reserve Bank nm GIHGHflM WEEK April 24th to 29th A special showing of Giiigfeam yard goods, also Dresses, Aprons, Handkerehfefs, etc. of GinghaBL Come in this week and make yonr selection. THE WOMEN, SHOP PHONE 15 Nest to D. IT. E. Waltteg Boom SAtlKE IT IS WORTH SOMETHING TO YOU— Each and every one of you to have your town maintain a g-ood bakery. When unexpected company, comes your baker is a mighty fine, friend to have. During extreme hot weather, in times of sickness, when you are unusually busy, your bakery makes your daily routine more efficient. WE GIVE YOU THE BEST IN SERVICE Schnebelt's Bakery The End of a Perfect Day i LET'S ALT, TAY OUR BILLS Prosperity dspends in a very large measure upon the free circulation of money. If we pay you and^'ou pay some one else apd her*passes the money on, and it goes phjand on and on, it will soon get ri^nt back to us and we can start rij*ift over,again. Isn't it a fac^that we all owe money but can't pay because we can't collect? If all of us exerted every effort to discharge our obligations, what would be the result? -" "We'll bet all we owe against all we have coming to us thalt we'd have howlin' good times in a hurry.—The Standard. j RADIO GOODS, The Saline Garage. For Sale—Potatoes. Henry Cornislv j Saline, Macon phone. 31 ! For Sale—Carmel seed potatoes, j Francis* Gould, phone 209. 31 ! j Just received another lot of Niscc* (Spreaders. Price $140. Edward J. j Muir. Watkius' remedies and toilet articles for sale at the Saline Confectionery, 29tf I can supply a few more customers with milk. Frank Daniels, THE OBSERVER LINERS :*>•*<---<- 115 Classified Advertising 31 CHELSEA HOST TO-EFVVORTH -MARK TWAIN'S CLASSIC LEAGUE DISTRICT MEETING IS A SCREEN TRIUMPH ; For Sale-—Sow, and 9 pigs 5 weeks -.old. Also a horse 6 years old. Fred lc per Word First Insertion; Then \i. i j weidman. 32 per "Word for Each Subsequent Tn- j seition. Minimum Charge 25c. j Barred Rocks for hatching, §5.00 -!per hundred. Mrs. Andrew Girbach, Complete RADIO outfits and parts.; phone 195-F3 33 The Saline Garage. • I If you are in need of a new steel For Sale—Several good farm hors-j rangei see c. J. Bracey. Will ex- Aiimial Sessions Will be Hold on Fri-j"A Connecticut Yankee in King Ar ies. "Wiedman Auto Company. : change for live stock. 31 day and Saturday of This Week. thur's Court." at the Liberty Friday. Saturday. Sunday. On Friday and Saturday, April 2<t In "A Connecticut Yankee in King and 29, will occur the second annual -Arthur's Court," by Mark Twain, Wil- ! convention of the Ann Arbor district i1**11*1 Fox Presents on the screen _i- ! ,„,.... (Other great li'erary classic. Epworth League, the infant district [ ,, , . i Mark Twain never wrote anything of the Detroit area. Wayne's start of "fu,„lier than »A Connecticut Yankee,'* 135 paid registrations last year and ["or anything more representative of over 250 paid registrations at each of Ithe spirit of America. It is the chal- the two sub-district conventions held | lenSe of the New World to the old. in January the Chelsea The Quality Grocery • .-"-■----- -pH0tfjf-8€r ■•-■'■■'■' Quality—Price—$eMce! First—Last—Always! Our 28c Coffee— 4 ITON-DS FOR $1.00 =is sure making a HIT. Try it! Don't forget we ;a*i"e HEADQUARTERS for GATOKN SEEDS—bulk and package •©WFON SETS Highest cash pirie® if or EGGS ¥<«OHS FOR MORE BUSINESS, Phon«86 MARTIN rUOSS iThe principal character. Martin Cav- chapter, r,, ,. % . . , " , fcejHlish, is a typical \ankee with a which will be the host, is looking"*"--.^ line of N_, Bnlelalwj ancestors, for a record district convention in !He hag heal.a a g)od deal alwut .. he the Detroit conference. fglories of the "good old times," and Reports from Chelsea state that |;wh—. he is suddeniy transplanted to the convention is to have one of the K-ng Arthur*s Court he ha? an op. strongest programs ever arranged for a* district gathering 6f E>pworth: Leaguers in Michigan. Registra'ion of delegates, movies in the Chelsea ehurch and the "Melting Pot" will take up Friday afternoon, with a bia: banquet in the evening. Miss Ruth Luseonibe of Ypsilanti will sing ,i solo during the evening program District Superintendent H- Addis Let- son will be toastmaster and the speaker of the evening, P. Ray Norton, state president of the Epworth League. The Epworthians will be up early Saturday morning watch at 6 o'clock. During the morning program State Vice President D. Stanley Coors of Grand Rapids will speak on *' 'Tis the Little Things in Life That Count;" State Second Vic,e President Frank Fieid of Detroit on "Geraldine Townsend and Our District.'" Group conferences under the leadership of state officers will close the morning's program. State B?5rst Vice President G- E Gullen will open the afternoon's program twj-tih "As 'Others See It,"* which will :be fbStlow-od .with eleeffon of otffi.- ioers and "business session.- State- Fourth Viee President Sidmey D. Eva will -talk .an -'Riding My Hobby:" It 5s rumored that Bishop Theodore S. Henderson •trill also pay tiie convention a visit. A frolic wlilh little Eva and Brother iiob will coon-plete the program. -portunity to find out the truth for "himself. He discovers not only that the plumbing of King Arthur's castle is bad and that it is awkward to live' without telephones, railroads, autc- i mobiles and other useful things, but also that he is more than a match for the Knights of the Round Table j in personal courage and fighting! ability. j There are as many laughs in the • tilm play as in the book. The most j has been made of every situation. ! The sumptuous setting-? presented j by the director, Emmet J. Flynn, are marvels of beauty. j A matinee will be given Saturday \ afternoon. ! Wanted—Jobs of building fences.' Buy John Deere and Oliver Im- Conrad Jaeger, phone 212 F2. 32 I plements. You are always sure to j get repairs. Edward J. Muir. Lost-—Set of augur bits and brace. ~ Gottlieb Girbach, phone 194-F23. 31 j Wanted—practical nursing. E'l- j quire of Mrs. Fred Richards, R. F. D. Painting and paper hanging. Cam- j No. 4, Saline. Phone 139-F22. 31 burn Bros., phones 160 and 2-F3 Repairs for all plows—Oliver, Syracuse, John De-?re, Burch, Wiard and Gale. Edward J. Muir. For Sale—Good 7-room house on McKay street. Herman Bredernitz. Saturday Special-—Mop stick, 10c; only one to a customer. Edward J. Muir. Make your own RADIO outfit. Buy the materials for it at The Saline Garage. 0. A. Rogers, teacher-of-violin; will" be in Saline every Wednesday at The Tavern. 2-ltf. ' For Sale—Presbyterian manse. In- j quire of the Pastor, 305 North Ann i Arbor street. 30tf A full line of Globe Poultry and Chick Feed and poultry supplies. Edward J. Muir. Special Free Tractor Plow offer 1 expires May 1st. See me for particulars. H. Heininger. For Sa.le—My home on Michigan avenue. Price right. Miss Nellie The Federated Church W. -Jf. Cross. Pastor. i Arniibraster, phone. S0-F2. ! I I i I. 32 For Sale—Reed stroller baby buggy, In- MeihodM Church Notes Kalph .W. Brown. Preacher. Please notice -tfeat the time of the ■morning service, .-Sunday school, and Epworth League -and evening services have been ;_anged. We are •not*.* on the summer schedule. Preaching -service itJ:00 a. in. iStiuday school 11:43 a. m. Junior* Le&u&e 3:00 p. in, Epw-orth League 6:30 p. m. Church service 7:30 p. m. A cur-dial inviation is -extended to alt to attend our services. The attention of our young people is called to the Epworth League convention at Chelsea on Friday and Saturday of this week. We expect that about thirty-five of our young people will be in attendance. The principal parts of the program appear in an article in another column. Automobiles have been provided to take the young people over and back. To make arrangements for a ride over get in touch with Edward Smith, .president of the Epworth League. Services at the usual hours, 10:30 j good as new. Mrs. Ferris**Brady, ■and 7:30. Juniors 10:30. Bible ; quire of Mrs. C. A. Curtiss. si-h*.v^ 11:15 Prayer and thv s.ndyi of the book of Daniel Thurs.lay ' CallinS cards, wedding Invitation-* at 7:30. All are welcome to .adl o*f iand announcements, either nrinted o* these services. | engraved, at The Observer office. The Ladies* Missionary and Aid so- 1 eietiex will meet "Wedposda-y, May -3,1 We do all kinds of tin work. Eave- In the church parlors. Missionary j trough jobs done promptly and at pi-ogi-amand busioessmeetmgat 2:00. '-""easonable prices. Edward J. Muir. The pastor will preach on the sub- j ' jeet Sabbath morning, -What the j EmU H* Arnold, Optometrist, 22 World Owes the Baptist •Chiai-ch.'- In!s* Main street, Ann Arbor, specializet the evening on ""What the Christian:*1* superior eye examination and •Owes the World."" i glasses at reasonable prices. The. funeral of Mr*, Arthur Drake, j which was conducted by the pastor, j JfOTICE t.ok place from her late residence iii j A limited amount of 1920 Worthy LodJ and was at-r*nded by -a large iSeed Oats testing 36 lbs. at 60 cents concou-se of people. Burial was'Per bushel. Saline Mecantile Co. made in Lodi -cemetery. Miss Edna Wanted—Gardens to plow, or other work that can be done with one horse. Frank Daniels, phone 115. 30 20 per cent Acid Phosphate Fertilizer 527.25 per ton. Goes as far as 2400 pounds of 16 per cent. Ed.. J. Muir. NOTICE Don't forget to treat those oats with Anti-Smut. For sale hy the Saline Mersantile Co. ? Notice, Contractors and Builder** For Sale—Thirteen tread inside stairway; also rubber tired trailor, 306 E. Henry street, phone" 76. 32 If you want winter eggs get Busy Biddy White Leghorns. Eggs, baby chicks, and custom hatching. Saline phone 144-F14. „ F. Heilman. 27t£ FABM FOR SALE 160 acres choice land, barn 36x140,. granary, tool, corn, hog and poultry" houses and silo. C. R, Parsons. 24tf The Belgian stallion Prince Georg**s- weight 2100, will make the season at my place every" day except Sunday. - Fee, $15. Herman Kohler, phone* 142-F3. 28-31 To Rent-New 7-room bungalow,- with all modern conveniences; good* garden; nice, place to raise chickens,- Now being finished, opposite the cemetery. . 33 1 Smath and Mrs. Chauncey Fitzgerald saiig. Much --urrow is felt for the Look about your place and see if there is not some article or live three small children left motherless, i stock that you could sell to advan- The sympathy and prayers of the j tase. Then order a liner adv. in church go out for the* King family;Tne Observer and you will quickly whose daughter. Muriel, was badly i make a sale, hurt in an automobile accident Sat-j - —————— urday night when a train at Dundee i Lange's Anconas, heavy For Sale—Good team well matched, wt. 2900, and brass trimmed breeching harness, cheap. Will take ho..se weighing around 11C0 in exchange. Sam. Craig, Saline, Rfd 4. 31 Used Tractors For Sale. Two Fordsons, one 8-16 International, one 12-24 Heider; also two John Deere heavy tractor plows and one- horse gang plow. Wiedman Auto Company. Paste this in your hat: Home-made whisky sure is risky, Bootleg stuffs a certain killer. If you wish to linger with us Stick to pop an* saspariller. backed into the auto in which sheila5'er"" oi large white eggs, with several young people were rid- *""£ orders for baby chicks, ing, and in which two were instantly j inS e§S5* Other varieties if killed. A third wa*- badly hurt and j Custom * hatching, 306 East is now a maniac. Muriel suffered j street, phone 76, Saline. several broken ribs, a fractured el- i bow and other bruises besides the! Used Automobiles For Sale, shock to the nerves which must of j 0ne Ford coupe, several Ford tour- necessity result from being dragged j inSs and roadsters. One Buick Six. under the train for a considerable "Two Chevrolet touring. One Nash Horses For Sale—Pair of bays, weight 2800; black mare 7 years old, weight^l400; one gelding 8 years old, weight 1200; black mare 5 years oldj weight 135.0; black mare 6 years old, weight 1400; bay gelding 10 years old, weight 1100; pair grav Henry j Percheron mares 6 and 7 years old, 32 j weight 3300, well matched. Herman j Heininger. winter Book- hatch- desired. distance. The Kings recently moved ] chummy .roadster. from Saline to Milan and were at- i touring and one Maxwell touring. tendants at this than a year. Detroit United Lines Eastern Standard Time. Between Saline and Ypsilanti Two Overland j leaves Saline^- chureh for more A miniature mind is often found in a big setting. Prices are right to move them fast. Wiedman Auto Company. Girls bora on Monday are beautiful, but jealous, according to an old be- leif. Girls born on other days of the week are about, the same, only m*ire so. 6:50 a. m-, 8:40 a. m., and every two hours to 8:40 p. m, 10:45 p. m., 1:15 a. mi. j Leaves Ypsilanti— WANTBD-Peorple in this vicinity j 6:25 _ _„ 7:40 a. m., and every who have any legal printing required two hours to 7:40 p. m., 10:15 p. in the setlement of estates, etc., to) - m. and 12:45 a. m# have it sent to this newspaper. The Last car waits for the theatre car rates are universal in such matters from. Ann Arbor, and to have your notices appear ii Cars connect at Wayne for P'y- this paper it is only necessary' to asl j month and Northville; at Ypsilanti the probate judge to send them here, j for Detroit and Jackson. *-.#£"
|Title||1922-04-27; 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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