1922-11-30; Saline Observer
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-, '''"'" r-,-. :^c <?•-»?*' r """ -v:." ^ru". ■•■-<-. *--->-. * « _ * VOLUME 43 SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY, MICHi, THURSDAY,'NOVEMBER 30, 1922 NUMBER* 10 % i-\/ War Savings Stamps SERIES 1918 Will be due January 1, 1922. . Through our. conenctions with the Federal Reserve Bank we are in a position to give the best of service in handling .them. * 'v . . ' To insure prompt service we should have your stamps between December 1 and December 15. Saline Savings Bank The One Story Bank ,on the Corner Member of Federal Reserve Bank The Quality Grocery ";. phone 86: * *"■; ;^-w.^lU*'$l^ ■-BW«»««mi»«i««« _»________,____**«« Better Groceries You'll always find pure, fresh groceries here. Our greatest pleasure is to. please our customers. Fruits. and vegetables in season at prices surprisingly low. This is the store where price aiid quality- count. ' - . Our Teas and Coffees are the hest „and at* prices that are right Phone 86 MARTIN fUOSS • R'member 1 JOSEPH CROWELL HERE TONIGHT WHAT A HOWL "flU USED 10 tfAI* WHEM you WERe Asnet> id currv we ho»i H$\. JlMIHY CRICKETS* W P8TCHA rt.V HAVE A» *RE>fQi'EVKt-<?OMJN& ■WUrPiNNM? COIP £ '; Second Number of Lyceum Course. Id the V. K. Church Instead of Liberty Theatre, j "The successftil man. is he who has : lauglied often, lived -well, aind left the j-world better than he found it." ■ Joseph Crowell is a character por- ]trayalist,~ impersociator and enter- i - - -, tainer. He is a Bostonian and for years has j del'igbted audiences in the Huh and ' throughout New England. By the uss ]ot wigs, grease -paint, make-up, costume changes and dialect, Mr. Crawl-ell depicts amd interprets his cjiarac- I ters. .. He achieves soniie striking ef- I fects. His impersonations are exceptionally faithful and tr,ue to life." The whimsical types he presents-"are- ia- tensely interesting and many of them are screamingly fanny. The committee hacking this ser'es of entertainments, "from reports re- ,. * _. ,. , , . * . _ , eeived from towns where Mr. Crowell Mrs. FinkbelnerV Pen is Scv.ond at , - „ , ^ - , .„ J.. - -„ ■ --■ ' -. has appeared, .has no hesitation! in u r _ M. A. C. Last Week .recommending this versatile parform- ~7 ' -„ . cr, and. guarantees thait the perfcirm.- -,-Shortly Ann Arhor may heat a path ance will be clean and high class to'the front doors^around the houses throughout, anfr=back to the chicken coops of, season tickets may still be socuied Arthur Clarke and Lindsley Brothers at an advantageous saving, at O. C ,_ .. ,. -, -, , , , n or*" Saline and Mrs. C. D. Finkbeiner wheeler's drii" store Al<ui se.oson'rie- ening between 6 and 7 o'clock on the .£»;-«.- toI, . - . . - **"**-"" *• aru» b.tort^ ^-<*o season re Ann Arhor road, when their car col^j ..^om o£ iheg& three nas bullt a^tJng ^ the facl the Uborty the. better mouse trap 0r written a'.at,.e has a-i)jg attraction, booked for sweeter poem than other residents of , Thursday evening, this number of the Washtenaw and Lenawee* counties hut iyceum course will "be presented in e&eh. has fresher eggs than the major-' the M. B. church, tonight, ity of poultry raisers for t.he main-; " __________ JULIUS BREDERNITZ AND SISTER INJURED Victims of Auto Collision on >Vednes- . day Evening of Last Week. * Julius Bredernitz ahd his sister, Mrs. Henry Boettger, aiarrowly escaped serious injury last Wednesday ev- » New iThis Week Some handsome all wool Storm Serges in Nayjy Wine, Brown, Scarlet and Black, • Some new patterns in Cretonnes! in the latest^fahrip/Tricotsham, Poiret T\vills5 etc. New patternsJn Sateen.Aprons. THEWQMEN'S PH(M«E 15 Next t»:J>. "0. R-^Vaitlng .Boom . SALINE "______ lided with two other -autos, about a i mile north of town. ■ j Mr. Bredernitz was driving lis lister to Dexter when) the unfortnatef accident occurred. As "he approached a inarrww point in the road just this side of a bridge he encountered several Buicks en 'route from Flint to Pennsylvania. The first of tihese Buick--, lor no other reason than recklessness on the part- of .the driver, struck the Bredernitz was-.driving, throwing it. off towards the ditch. As he recovered from thc first collision and retarded his speed, a second car, which, was an Essex, which seemed to have been driving too close behind the Buick lo avoid the accident, smashed into the other side of Mr. Bredernitz's ear in an attempt to pass Mm. It was feared at first that both'occupants of the B''edernitz car were seriously injured, bat upon exaraira- ticm later it was found that neithe.' sustained internal injuries Mrs. Boettgrr, 'however, was cat about the right eye and temple, probably frail the glass of the broken windshield- Both were badly shaken up ind M'- Bredernitz lias been! confined to liis bed for several days. All three "vehicles were brought Into ,tow ri, where the Bui ok is being held at the Spline Garage awaking orders from Pennsylvania in regard to a satisfactory settlement and repairs. It sustained a badly bent fron1- axle and fen;der a:nd a broken moio-- hsinger. The ear driven by Mr. Bred- ei'hitz,-being'the lighter of the two was badly wrecked; having Tioih front fenders, axle and bun'ipor demolished, as well a& a broken radiator and hesidlights- - FINE 4'CAPI'Y KICKS" CAST BAKED GOODS OF MERIT If you are a regular patron of our bakery-you know ,- of the superior'inerit of our goods', but if siot, we want to call your^ attention* to a few of our items that will appeal toyou:—, '-,.,. Bread, Cakes't>f all-kinds,'Cdokies, Tea Rolls, Cinnamon Rolls, Fried Cakes, Cof-. fee-Oake, Etc., Etc. - - _-' S Th'omas Mefghan, Star, Well SiiD:>iirt- cd In New Picture. WASHTENAW HENS i HIGH IN CONTEST reason th'at the ClaTke, Xindslejr and j There isiy*t much Iiigher tribute to "rabkbein'er hens lay" more* frequent- ■ he -paid' ,to a -public sc-rvant toam to ' say "He's sometimes wrong out" he'-s -^'Bacli of the thiiee has a pen of 10 j always honest.' 'tifcns entered in tlie- international egg ! l|yins contest no^w being hend at the':, Weofl for Sale— Wiodmau Auto Co. agricultural-experiment station of thc 1 .^ —-~ . Michigan Agricultural- college -af I Bu.T a Ford aud spend the _ffei'< TUirs. Rmkbeiner*s pen* of B'lirred j - • ■*" ■-" Pl}-miuth:Roc;ks took second place: ^^ Sale—Plain and fancy needle- in this class last week with 39 eggs. , wori*:' at- 206 West Michigan a,yen«e. Mr. Cliii'-ke's pen of Rose Comb Leg- ! _ " „ , „ „, „ , ', _ , , i For Sale—Barred Hock cockerels horns laid. 29. esrgs - and L,mds:ey;v „,. . „ 00 •; . _. ..... * ,„ -^ • ^, tour choice $2 each. A. R. Allis-jn. 10 Brothers Single Comb Brown Leg- j harris laid 59 egg.-.—Ann Arbor Times j Fot> Sale—Catt/e and a so\v and News. ^ ipigs. George Desbrough, phone 13ft- * —r '■ j F21. II WRECKIAO MACHINE \ DEVISED BY RO^VLEYS | Gives JIoto and -Better Service 'Ilian Any Other on the Mar.ket. »' ■ C'.Ji^iderable aroused among Saline interest -has been nuotar-car owners of communities For Sale^-McCormick Corn Husker, a big 8, in fine condition. Heininger & Heiringer. Calling cards, wedding invitatioa- andi announcements, either nrinted o> engraved, at Tho Observer office. and- ■sur.roundi'ii; over a wrecking apfai.'atus or di — ablcd cars, recently devised and put into demonstration by.C. B. Rowfley & Son of this "village. While the patents on the machine are Still pending, it has. been <in operation at Wicdinan's" Garage for tho past few weeks, and in every respect, has given niore service and satisfaction, than has an> Oitiher appararAis originated for the same purpose. - - - The new device consists of two liea.vily-ihuilt- cranes moiinted in a box on- a regular one-toii Fiord ehtassis, fully equipped with a driver's cab and a. large special tool box. The main crane is. secured on' the rear end of "hfeabox wilijile not in active iise, and can be lowered to ithe surface of tlie roa'd. similar to an endgate and slid - A cast unusual for even a Para- directly under the tro-njt axle of the mount production,- is. seen in "Cappj di.sa.bled machine. The axle is Ricks," the Thomas Meighan vehMt dropped Into a movable slot which is which comes ,to the Liberty -theatre attached to the xirane by means of a Saturday. Agnes Ayers, who is a swivel joint, tlie special advantage of Paramount star, plays fhe leading j^jg feature being that the slot can feminine role, -that of Florrie Ricks- he slipped under the axle regardless Charles Abbe, veteran actor of stage. 0f ^he position of the car. Tlie second and screen who created the -role of e.rane secures ai double pulley arrange- Cappy Ricks in Peter- B.- Kyne's play," ment iJlirough: which runs an eridless has the same role in the piotu'-c steel chaiin, and afflother chain, at the John Sainpolis plajys Skinner, Paul end of wMch. is a! large book. This Overton is seen as the unfortunate hook Is'made faslt in '-a- hole in the Captaaia ICenidall; Hugh .Cameron as first: crane, .and with -very little effort Murphy, Eugene Woodward, Mrs. tlie front axle'of the wrecked machine Peasl'ey; Ivan liindow as- Captain Fe1 can "easily^ be raised to the desired tesnsani, sffi-d others almost-as well height above! the <road; -ainii wi.th tiie knowin". ». CWcken Pie Supper and Xmas sale given by"tlhe Ladies' Aid of the »M. E -.cJiurchv '-will J.be> held at - the apera house Friday evening, December S. Adults,40- cents', children- .25* cents.* Supper served" from. 5- until aU are~ fed.-. ; --'-'. ".-, ■'• - '- * " .Wanted.—-Fifty -fall ^>igs; just weaned-. "Coquire - of *■-3Ernest"-Sutherland" phone 193rF4. ',•*"■ '. "^ - .-*ipi-lx^ rear wheels intact the car can be brought t into- .town with remarkable haste and;ease^ The caVis equipped witih. a spotlight which cani be thrown to 'the Tear to assist work at. night, while there is a special light'in-the tool box which facilitates ..the.-"finding bt- tools in the VAs socai^as tlie.'iWessrs. Rowley-secure1-their ipateats an effort.will-be ii"ade.-Ao. manufactures the macihines' on. "a large scale. ■* , For Sale—Late Seed Potatoes, No. 2 grade, from, our certified field, yielded 200 bushels 'per acre. Fennan. Clements, phone 166-F13. 10 ■ Commencing "iaiursday, November Sard aill Pattern a,nd Trimmed ha*s. all -' Feathers * and Trimmings % -and % off. Jordan Hat Shop, Saline Mich. EXCEPTIONAL BUY! 1922 Model Chevrolet Touring ear, driven only 3500 miles. New tires- finish like new. Price reasonable. Don't.miss this bargain. May he seen at the Saline Garage. We have serveral clients who want 7% first mortgage money on new homes in amounts ranging from $500 tb $4,000. Interest payable semi-annually. Ann Arbor Home Builders Association, 408 First National Bank Bldg., Ann Arbor. Phone 2849-M, 20 Pump Repairing hy 6. A. Fitzgor- ald.'phone. 14-F3. , , " ' J2 Get Dietiker's prices on Home Furnishings before .buying. For Sale—Several -good farm horses. Wiedmasrt Auto Company. • Painting and paper hanging. Cam- hum Bros., -phones 160 and 2-.F3. For-Sale—Fresh "*~c"ow and" young: calf. M. B. Noble, phone 202-F11. 11 For Sa,le^—Delaine Fine Wool ram. Bert Osborree, Macon phone: 5:F6. 10 Wanted—Good poultry- Far right prices, call F. C. Hollis, phone 183- F22.. * 7tf Good 80-acra farm far sale cheap. Cash or off'time, inquire C. A. .Chr- tiss. ' - Stf. C. A. Rogers, teacher of violin, will be in Saline every Wednesday at The Tavern. 24M. Lost—Small purse containing ab^nt $3. Finder please return to Ruth Bracey. . Letz Feed Grinders are known the world over. For sale by Wicdmar Auto Co. -' " • For Sale—-White Leghornsand White Wyahdiotte pullets. C. TV Heilmanv phone 144^F4. - ,- ' Stf Wanted—liasy and-Rye straw, shipments prompt. Grant-S.-.Allison, Milan, phone 1S7-F23, Saline. - 10 SUBSCRIPTIONS YOJ& BJEAKBORN "^^-•V^-INBl'fKNWKNT*'*-'-''-" iv-^ may be left at the Wiedman Auto Company's office". For Sale—At the Pease farm, ore kitchen range, heating- stove, 13-bur- ner oil. stove, and an upright piano. Phoiie~ 1S9-F31." .' - ' lOrllx- Emil H. ■ Arnold, Optometrist, 22& S. Main street, Ann- Arteor.-specialhieu in saperioTj eye' .examination and glasses at reasonable prices. . . For Sale^Bxtra nice Rosem rye .seed,' yielded 27 bushels* per acre..-. George J. .Klager. phone .lSl-Fi<f£/ Ann Arbor phone 7147-F3. * .49tf -Horse for sale or trade for anything I can use. ThGroughbr'-d White. Leghorn' cockerels for sale' W-. V". Peoples, ,200 Monroe street. 7tf -* THEY BOUGHT CHEYROLETS You can .now buy..these-used cars from'us for the following small down, payments,' tihe balance1 monthly: 1920. Ford Sedan, $160. 1920 Chevrolet R:i?idster, ?(55. 1922- Ford Touring, $105.00 1920 Ford Sedan, $150.00." 1920 F\*rd~ Truck, $105.00. 1917 Ford Roadster,-cash $50.00. 1922 Chevrolet Touring, $150.00. 1921 Chevrolet Tburihg, $120.00. - 1920 Chevrolet Touring, $65.00. Let us show you these cars. Phoae. us or call . THE! SALINE GARAGH Geo. V. Cook, Prop. Phone Si 7:30 O'CLOCK SUNDA.Y TPNION SERVICE . AT FEDERATED CHURCH Methodist and Federated Congregations unite * to hear - n *- ' „ P0¥R BUSINESS »IEN FROM. DETROIT .;.. '. SPEAK, m- REtmiON; - ;...;■ \ \\ CO^ISTETIST Wlli PLAY.. ~~; ^ "TitBHO-IS GbtolALLY^^TOTOD ' ^ ITHE OBSERVER LINlERH ! Classified Advertising-. lc per Word yjrst. Insertion; Thai' >6crj ° per Word tor Each Subsequent" I*- sertion. Minimum Charge sSc." Pi-ices ai'e*' always right at Dietiker's. . " .' 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|Title||1922-11-30; 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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