1922-09-28; Saline Observer
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3j". VOLUME 43 SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY,' IV-IICH., THURSDAY, SEPT. 28,1922 NUMBER 1 aline Savings Bank ' Tlie One Stoiy. Bank on the €oxner ORGANIZED 1908 CAPITAL $25,000.00 SURPLUS aud PROFITS $30,000.00 RESOURCES $6005000# GEORGE BURKHART, President GEORGE J. MANK Vice President ' R. L. FINCH, Vice President LEE TESCHER, Cashier A. R. BURKHARDT. Asst. Cashier W. T. BRADFORD, Auditor DIRECTORS G EOKGJ3 BURKHART R. P. FINCH . 3. H., PHLDKAMP F. 0. WIEDMAN ' JOSEPH BURKHARDT GEORGE J. MANN GEORGE J. FELDKAA1P FRANK ROSE FRED HERTLER 1ALFRED HERTLER Member of Federal Reserve Bank The Qualify Grocery PHONE 86 FiiEStr Kiinr. vkoktables and faxcy guockiues You en-joy your meals more when you eat with a relish. You eat with a relish when the food has quality and is well cooked. But even the best cooking" cannot "''make g*ood': where inferior foodstuffs are. used. " We take pride in the quality of the foodstuffs we sell you. We buy only those of recognized quality, and are careful to see that we receive nothing- else. We solicit at least a share of your' patronage. We feel that we can make it to your interest to trade with us. We have done so for others —why not with you? i>hon»s6 martin fuoss New Fall Goods coming in. Some very pretty Flapper dresses just received. THE WOMEN'S SHOP VHONE 15 Next lo 1). U. Hi} Waiting ltoom SALINE .. THE REST OF MATERIALS *■:' are necessary to make the best of hretld. Being* the latter, you may be sure that Schnebelt's Jersey Cream Bread is made of the former. Pure lard, flour, salt, milk—just the things that you would use yourself go into the making of good Schnebelt's Jersey Cream Bread. Try it and you'll know for sure. Schnebelt's Bakery Doughnuts 0 KIBLER-ALJJER Miss Dorothj- Alber, one of Saline's mo*t promising young- ladies, was united in marriage to Walter G- Eibler of Ann Arbor. Tlie ceremony was performed by Rev. C. E. Stell- honi at tlie Zion Lutheran parsonage ^in Ann Arbor on Saturday evening. ' September 23, jit 7:30 o'clock. The ■ bride was attended by Miss Mollie .Luckhardt while Herbert Eibler, : brother of tlie groom acted as best ] man. ' ^ j 1 Mr. Eibler fills a position with tlfe Buhl Stamping Company of Detroit where the newly married-couple expect to make their home. Congratulations and best wishes. " "* "'UNSCHAMBLING EGGS" Rather Difficult Job Tacklea 'by County Road Commissioners As promised, the Board of County road commissioners nv?t the citizens of Saline and vicinity Tuesday afternoon in a. 'meeting at the school hall to readjust the assessment covering Ann Arbor street pavement anil road beyond. At tlie opening the secretary read the several amounts riiS fixed acot'ding to Mie new assessment. On some properties the tax is shown almost doable that of the old assessment, others are raised more or less, and others liave been reduced to some extent. Considerable discussion followed, some of which the board was unable to answer. One point raised by Attorney Jones of Ann Arbor, was that the board had no authority to assess property Tor road bed beyond the width of road specified. They have no authority to assess for wider bed, for &.\-tensions,~.gu.tt.e£s_ ^nd? o.ar'-ii.iig.oiay; of which have been done. This applies lo the law before 1921. One broad question arises in the new 'the- same ats in the old, why property differs so much in the tax levied. For instance and to illustrate, on© property on north Lewis street with, two lots, a, good house and barn is assessed. $29, while on Harris street a properly with same amount of land-, only a fair house and no barn, leln rods farther from the paved stre t.-'s taxed $75? One most careless and unjust act of Mie county asses scrs was, and .'.here seems little if any improvements in the proper descriptions of the v.irk-us properties, many parcels and parts o? lots being assessed to others than the owners and in somd cases lands are assessed against persons who never owned the lands. The new assessment includes our school property which our school property, which was was omitted ini the former .roll. It would seem mora business like for the hoard to engage soiiie one here who knows the properties, to go over the village with the board and straighten out their so called boundaries and not trust to'some old a|la- long past 'its usfillness. %■ There was also found errors ii& a few descriptions, and many assessments were changed as in the village. The Federated Church ■t W. J. Cress. Pastor. Prayer meetings are resumed this weejk Thursday at 7:30. It is necessary that all the people meet for prayer and study that Divine help and, guidance may be assured us in building ■ up the kingdom of God among us. Let all be on hand. We wilt .try to make these services interesting and profitable the wintet through. . A-benevolence campaign will be put on in the near future, and all who 'ha.ve ino;t already pledged to the benevolent work of the kingdom will be asked to promise and give amounts in proportion to their prosperity. This is an opportunity for linking up with the. great ' world movements the church, the world 'over is aggressively '•ngaged in. We must either go ourselves into all the world and make disciples of all nations or send s_intone to So-in ouriplace. Our gifts a.c- eurcmlish the.Ji4.ter. To thc Chris- -w^r-w,,"c; i£~ ..•v"lt:K"i"-j' > ;T. <=——~■ 'tyssni who conscientiously looks up'oi." h,im--e1f as a. steward of God's bnint- ies, the matter of giving as the Lord has prospered .him, is not optional but obligatory. And for the one who loves God with all his heairt, giving is lifted out of the" list of Christian duties into that of Christian privileges, as.d it becomes liis delight to give. The Bible shows its approval of such by declaring that "the Lord loves a cheerful ('hilarious) giver." Givinu is a means of grace. "Giw and i'. shall be given you." If mato">a) * lungs are given, spiritual results will lie reaiyed. The ciuiscienciousne. s rf a duty done and of cooperation wit!) God and H.is peoph: the work of saving the world brings a strength an.fi satisfaction that does not come in any other way. Besides all this will be rewarded in the world to come. When we get to hear em we will find tint we \rill not be re.warded. for what vr-i have enjoyed aind used for ourselve- here of worldly things but far what wo. 'have given and the sacrifices we have made. It becomes a. splendid investment and wa welcome, it as a means for self improvement and for the good it does in building up the kingdom a:nd assuring us a part in the world's redemption. Thursday night, October 5, "The Adventures of Grandpa."' at the opera house. Just count the Chevrolets. THE OBSERVER LINERS - Classified Advertising lc i>cr IVord Kirst Insertion: Them M per "Word for Each Subsequent Insertion. Minimum Charge 25c. Buy encc a Ford and spend the differ- For Sale—New Auto Company. rango. Wiedman Get Dietiker's prices on Home Pur- n.shings lx-ifore buying. Christian Science Notes. The • Christian Science society of Saline holds its service in the hall over the Citizens Dank, Sunday at 10:30 a. m. Subject: Unreality. Reading Room open from 2 to i p, m. Wednesday. Testimonial meeting Wednesday evening, at 7:30. A cordial invitation is given to all- /*■ Sunday school immediately follows- tiie morndng service to which pupils- under 20 years may be admitted. Just count the Chevrolets. Prices ker*s. ire always right at Dieti- Chevrolet Utility Coupe $("S0 f.o.K Flint. For Sale-^Several good farm horses. Wiedmam) Auto; Compaai.y* Painting a3*d paper hanging. Caim.- burn Bros., phones 160 and 2-F3. * Foi' Sale.—3-burraer gasoline store, in perfect order, cheap. Bailey &' Stark. Watkins' remedies and toilet articles for sale at the Saline Confectionery. 29-tf C A. Rogers, teac-her of violin, will be in Saline every Wednesday at The Tavern. 2-Uf. For Sale—O. I. C. stock hog 7 mo^. old. Harold Miller, phone 198-P21. 1 For Sale-—12 RambouTllei purebred rams. Clarence Johnson, phone 1-I1-F13. 1 ' Dance—Saline opera house. Thursday. September 2S. Everybody welcome. Bracey Bros. For Sale—Carpet locm, cutting box and good work -lior=o. C. J. Baum- gartner, Rfd. 2. 2 Don't fail to see "Where is My Wan- d'ring Boy Tonight-," Grca'er even For Sale—Chiffonier, 3 stoves, davenport, clipboard, organ, table, chicken wire. Bert Welsh. For Sale—Porta.ble sawing outfit with 9-hor?e engine, in good shape. Heininger & Heininger. For Sale—O. 1. C. sows bred fcr Sepl. farrow, spring boars and gilts. Jactb Smith, phone 192-FI2. 1 Calling cards, wedding invitations -and., annonncements.-'eith'er printed' or- engraved, at The Observer office. For Sale—Five pure bred Droc Jersey sow and 1 hoa.r pigs, singly or the lot. Donald Stilts, Macon phone 7-F9. i Wanted—Plastering. kellystoniiig. First class work guiran'e--~.d. Ap.'ily 211 N. Karris street, or Po b'x 57. Sal'no. 2 Bmil H. Arnold, Optometrist, 220 S. "Main street. Ann Arbor, specializes in superior eye examination a»d glasses at reasonable prices. For "Snlc—Extra nice "Rosem rye seed, yielded 37 bushels per acre. George J. Klager, phone 1S1-F13; Ann. Arbor phone 7147-F3. 49tf . 1 For Sale—Large heating stove for both hard and soft coal, sue tir.m stove, both in good condition. C-harle-" Tower. For Sale in Saline—A Slot) pia.no for balance due on. contrpct. For particulars regarding this bargain write, Maher Bros, ilusic House, Jackson, Michigan. 1 For Sale—45-inch round golden oak dining table, 3 chair*, white bodstOiid and springs, rocke", small stand. Phone 20. For Sale—Beagle hound. 6 months old, very, preaily marked. Eligible ti register. Stanley Scheurc.r, Biidsc- water, Jlich. *■* -* ltf TAKEN UP 1.have six Iambs, found in highway near my home. Owner may ha\e same by proving property, paying fcr this notice ancl keep jf lambs.. WILBUR CORN'ISH. Methodist Church Notes' Ralph W. Brown, preacher. Professor Leroy Waierman, professor of Semetics and bible study of the University af Michigan is thfe,speaker ';tt thc Methodist church next Sunday morning at 10.00 o'clock. Every Sunday school teacher: in Saline should hear Mr. Waterman give this lecture ' on the' bible. Sunday evening service at 7:30. A . lively song service- Solo by Miss Borland a number by the children choir.. Illustrated song./'Sa.vior Thy Dying: Love." ; Young peoples meeting is a m'ghty > good place for the young folks. Come out next Sunlday evenii.g and enjoy an i hour with the Epworth League. Ralph ! W. Brown is the leader. This is a I Rally Day service and all of thc old , Epworthians are going to be on hand- " AUCTION. SALE AUCTION SALE Three miles north of Saline on the Ami Arbor road, on ' ■ Monday, October 2,1022 cpmtmencing at 2:00 p. m. shairp, the following described property: i0 brood "sows with pigs from 2 to 7 weeks old. Some thoroughbred Duroc sows. Thoroughbred Duroc stock hog, a good one. 9 Head of Cattle Hereford steer, wt. 800 lbs. Hereford steer, wt. 706 lbs. Durham "steer, wt. S0O lbs. Holstein steer, wt. GOO lbs. 3'Durham heifers, wt. 700 tbs. - Durham sheifer, wt. 500 lbs. Also Four Ford Runabouts and Touring Cairsi. New Cultipacker. Terms:—- All sums of $10 and ulider, cash: all over that amount six months' time on good bankable notes with interst at six per cent. GEORGE J. KLAGER, Clark Carter, "Auctioneer. Wanted— A good girl for work in small r**ivnte r-imily. Mr-, Jame~ Inglis, 920 Baldwin Ave., Ann Arbor. Phone 2279. Horses For Sale—3-year old .- bay gelding, wt. 1200; 5-year-old brown mare, Wt. 1400: pair bay horses, wt, 250<i: 4-year-old colt, wt, 1200. Heininger fc Heininger. USED (MKS Priced Bight 1920 Ford Touring. - 193$ Ford Touring. 1917 Ford Touring. 1917 Ford Roadster. 1916 Ford Touring. 1920 Ford Truck, with starter. 1922 Chevrolet Touring. . 3 922 Chevrolet Touring. 1920 Chevrolet Touring. ' THEY" BOUGHT CHEVROLETS ' THE SALINE GARAGE Geo. V. Cook, Prop. Phone til 0,f household goods, at 1:00 o'clock i p. m., Thursday, October 5, 1922 on j the old Rouse farm 2% miles north of. Saline, and one mile east of the Lodi ! cemetery. I MRS. C. F. RANKIN, ' j Geo. J. Klager, Auctioneer. I NOTICE The Saline Cider Mill will begin operations for the season on Monday, October 2. Chevrolet Utility Coupe S6S0 f.o.b. Flint. PROFESSOR WATERMAN FROM AMERICA'S FINEST UNIVERSITY "HOW WE GOT THE BIBLE" —AT— Methodist Episcopal Church SUNDAY HAPPY BIG- SING PICTURES MISS BARR WILL SING SOLO ' LIGHTED CROSS Sermon: "The Gospel for an Age of Doubt" RALPH W. BROWN, Preacher. m.
|Title||1922-09-28; 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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