1923-02-08; Saline Observer
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P^'V'^*'':'' r-Ts* « ■' v*' VOLUME 43 SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTy, MICIL, THUESDAY, PEBRXIARY 8, 1923 NUMBER 20 Saline Savings Bank The One Story Bank on the Corner ORGANIZED 1908 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 DIRECTORS GEORGE BURKHART R. F. FINCH J. H. 1___C_I>____MP P. a WIEDMAN JOSEPH BURICHAKDT GEORGE J. MANN GEORGE J. FELDKAMP PRANK HOSE FRED HERTLER ALFRED HERTLER Member of Federal Reserve Bank The Quality Grocery PHONE 86 FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT r* *-..-•- THE SQUARE DEAL IN GROCERIES When you get a dollar's worth of groceries for a dollar you are getting- all that any one can ask. When you get less than that some dealer is taking- advantage of yo.u. We promise you a square deal when you buy at this store, and we live up to our promises. For every dollar you spend you will get one dollar's worth of foodstuffs, and they will be WELL WORTH HAVING. Phen* 86 MARTI IN rilOSS Tf Sateens in colors are very desiraDle and we are showing a large range of beautiful colors as well as in the hlaek. Our yard goods department is increasing in variety. Give us a look when in need. THE WOMEN'S SHOP PHONE 15 Next to P. "0. H- "Waiting Room SALINE *•- THE IDEAL WIFE Does not worry .her children and husband by fretfully retailing* the .trials of baking day, but regularly orders her bread, buns,, pies and cakes from our well-selected stocks-. We have the latest conveniences and long* experience, and-our.baking is always a success. Schnebelt's Bakery .SMASHING CLIMAX CAPS "SHADOWS" Action Mounts to Stirring Points "in New Preferred Picture CHICAGO LYCEUM PLAYERS HERE SOON Will Ctfmi. to Sali".ie Wednesday Evening-, Felbruary 17. This is a well 'known company of musicians and entertainers who put on .a program, that takes an audience by storm. A very olever comedy drama, "Sarah Sidesteps," is given in- the form of an entire evening offering and music an_ miscellaneous numbers are interspersed. The Chicago Lyceum PJayers have the exclusive Lyceum and Chaaitauciua rights for "Sairah Sidesteps." It is one ot the few plays which can be successfully presented by a small cast and under widely varied conditions. Miss Gladys Houston takes' the leading role of Mrs. Weathersby. She •has able assistance- in the three members selected to .appear with her. All have had extended professional experience.'" ""Tlie Play, "Sarah Sidesteps" is \ery funny and the acting- is extremely clever. It is especially worthy of note hero that there is nothing whatever of an objectionable nature in the play given by tho Chicago Lyceum Plaiyers. Mr. Phil. Wilmarth, playweight, stands for the highest possible ideals -). clean thinking, but if you enjoy fun and like to laugh as you pass through life, you will find cause for unbounded enjoyment in the program "o. these talented players here. HOME WEDDING A simple wedding took place Sunday morning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Fellows, 239 Wisconsin avenue, when, their daughter, Hattie, jbecamie the- bride of lewis Clark of Long Beach. i Miss Fellows and Mr Clark met .11 years ago while touring California. Mr. Clark returned to Canada to a'- tenid to business interests there, later locating in Long Beaich. Former friendships were -renewed which culminated in their mar.'Iaiga. They left immediately after the wedding breakfast for an. auto tour of California, and irpoti their .leturn will reside in Long Beach, where Mr. Clairk has extensive real estate holdings. The aboye was clipped from a California paper of recent date. Mr. rtiTd Mrs. Fellows and family formerly lived west of Saline on the Chicago turnpike. AUCTION SALE Mrs. Drake, having decided to give •up stock raising, will -sell at public auction at her 'home, just north cf Saline village, on Maple avenue, oh Saturday, February IO. 1023, commencing at 1:00 o'clock sharp, the j following described property: Cows—Cow 5 yrs. old, giving mill.; two Jer_-eys, elaieih 4 yrs. old, in milk; Guernsey 3 yrs. old, giving milk*t Jersey,1 soou to be fresh; Durham ^cow, .. heifer, f.resh scon; "heifer 2 yrs.. old, giving milk; .heifer calf 3 months Old. 50 Chickens. Brood Sows—four brood sows, due soon: fine sow with pigs; 20 shoats, nice ones; stock hog. Sheep—-Nine Finfe Wool ewes with lambs; 5 yearling lamb's: one buck. GEO;." J. I_LAGBR, Auctioneer. AUCTION DATES Mrs. Drake, Saturday, February 10. John Jedele, Tuesday, Feb 13.. Oscar Westphal, Monday, Feb. 19. Willie Ihrig, Tuesday, Feb. 20. .■The interpretatiomi of the Chinese, character has long betea. a favorite theme for screen plays but it is seen in an! entirely new light in "Shadows," the picture presented by B. P. Schulbei-g which, starts its local engagement at the! Liberty theatre Friday night. The picture is based on Wilbur Daniel Steele's prize story, '"Ching, Ching, Chinaman," -which was acclaimed as. one of the greatest stories of 1917-. It tells of Yen Sin, a Chinaman, who drifts out of a storm at sea to Urkey, a littlle fishing village on! the New England coast. The narrow-minded town folks despise and revile _______ because he does not hold the same religions convictions as they. How ,__e barters his own soul to save those of his Christian associates, forms the keynote of a. drama that will astound and grip even the most blase picture-patron. Never has a Chinaman been portrayed before The usual run of motion pictures.puts the Chinaman in a vindictive light, The Parent-Teachers Association but Chaney. in "Sh'adsws," is the will observe Lincoln's birthday Feb- sort of an Oriental! that Confucius or ruary 12, and the following program some other Chinese snlge must ha.e has been arranged for the occasion: .been, kindly, benign and helpful. Piaaio Duet—Mrs. Unterkircher, . Mrs* Taylor. ; The ability to wiggle the ears is Report of the National Convention not only an artistic triumph, but it of Parent-Teachers Associations—Ta- proves deceiving to the frost as well, kan: from American Schoolmaster, School Note.s read by Mrs. C. A. Jordan. j ^ _^ Dialogue, "Harry's Pockets''—Mel-' * ~ " vina, Brown, Ronald Tower. Olie Of tlie PleaSfUlteSt Dramatization of "The Old Histarv ' , Book"—High School Students. tJ'MllgS We DO Talk, "Three Units"—John W. Hull.: Series of lantern slides of scenes in the Hawaiian Islands, by Dr. • Scherzer of Ypsilanti Normal. Dr. _ Scheirzer visited the islands about two years ago, and has many very in- ' teresting views including some beau- tifulScolored sunset scenes. : THE OBSERVER LINER& Classified Advertising' lc per Word First Insertion; Then }_ _ per Word .or Each Subsetiuent Tm- .serJ-O-i. Minimum Charge__5c. "Prices are always right at Dieti- ker's. Pump Repariring by S. A. Fitzgerald, phone 14-F3. 12 Get. Dietiker's prices on Home Fu. n.slhngs before buying. For Sale—Several good farm'horses. Wiedmainj Auto Company. Painting and paper hanging. Cambium Bros., phones 160 and 2-F3.^ Wanted—Good poultry. For right prices, call F. C. Hollis, phone 183- F22. * 7tf PARENT-TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Splendid Program Arranged for Lin- coin's Birthday. IS TO TAKE THESE LINER MESSAGES RIGHT INTO THE HO-MES OF THIS PART OF THE COUNTY. To give ample time far the pro gram, tbe business meecing will be called at S:00' sharp. Let all be there to enjoy the splendid meetumg. Patron* of the school! Welcome! IT PLEASES US BECAUSE IT SERVES YOU WELL, AM), AT SJIALIuCO'ST. ■ '•*■' --■->...-- "• F**r *Sal&^arbuinei-.>Beit.!pit; ;yap<*.*c THAT MAKES FLIPPY! EVERYBODY Wanted—A sexton for Oakwood cemetery. Apply to Board of Trustees. 20tf Well bred shoal's for .ale .reason- able_ liKfuii-e B_ H. Henne's farm, 1 John Jedelt, having decided to quit mile west of Bridgewater. 21 AUCTION SALE farming, will sell at public auction on tiie premlt-iscs known as the Mrs. John' Jr del" farm, S miles west of Ann Arbor, i mile north and 1 m.ile east of Scio church, on Tuesday, February 13, 1923 commencing at 10 o'clock, sharp,; tlie following described propel*}':: Horses—Grey mare 10 yrs. old wt. 1425; black horse 3 yrs. old, wt 1150; bay mare S yrs1. old, w;t. 1325; bay mare 5 yrs. old, wt. 1350; bay gelding 11 yrs. old, wt. 1325. Cattle—Holstein due in June, brin- dle due In February, Holstein. due in June. Durham due in July, Holstein due in September, Guernsey due in. For Sale—Two work horses, double harness, single harness, Cow with calf by side. Victor Kran.ik/ Rfd. 2, box 92. 21 We have pictures of the following auctioneers, to place on auction bills: George J. Klager, A. E. Schrader. .T:.nw_s Finnell, Frank Me-i-hew, Charles Thompson and Quy Thompson. Be..,r this in: mind whop you are in the market for auction bills or advertising. USER CARS Reliable deed cars may be purchas- Oc-tcber, Jersey due in. June, Jersey ed.with small down payment, as fo'r due in October, Holstein heifer due in lows: June aud a Durham bull IS months . old. Hogs—3 brood sows due March 27: 31 shoats. Implements, Feed, Etc.—McCoj'miek grain binder, nearly new John Deere ■ corn binder, new Deere hay loader. Clover Leaf manure spreader, new John Deere side delivery rake, Ilardis potato sprayer, McCormick mower, 2 horse Iran' Age cultivator, hay rake, * land roller, 99 Oliver plow, buggy . pole, new 21 Burch plow, springtooth . harrow, hay tedder, 3 spiketot.th drags, nearly new wide tire wagon, •top buggy, bob sleigh, road wagon double buggy, 'hog .rack, waggon box, stock rack, wood rack, double, harness, single harness,, power rip saw, bench lathe, DeLaval cream separator, American, fanning mill, set of slings, harpoon fork, two. 10-gaIlotu milk cans,! grain bags, 20 barreltaflik, grindstone, : spring seat. Five- tons clover hay, a; quantity of corn stalks, quantity of; ensilage. Many small articles too' numerous to mention., i Usual terms or sale. Geo. J. Klager, Auctioneer. Fred Jedele, Clerk. j 1916 Ford Touring <,25.00. 1917 Ford Touring, S30 00. 191S Dodge Touring, $150 06. 1920 Ford Touring, §100.00. 1921 B'or.l Touring, $125.00. 1919 Dodge Touring, $175.00. Cht-vrolet Touring, $25.00. 1.92-1 Chevrolet Sedan, $125.00. Overland Touring, $25 00. Studebaiker Touring, $25.00. Overliand Roadster, $25.00. Step in. and look them. over. Wicdiui*iii Auto Company. C. A. Rogers, teacher of violin, will be in Saline every Wednesday at Th- Tavern. ' 2dtf. Oxo-Gas Buraier on sale by AV. D. Sc-hnepf, Ypsilanti, phone 735-Fl-i. Will take the place of coal. 32 Calling cards, wedding invitations and announcements, either printed or engraved, at The Observer offlce. For Sale—Pair black mares coming- 3 and 4, wt. 3000. 7-yr.-old gelding, wt. 1100. Henry Cornish, " Maconi phone 5-F11. 21 Emil H. Arnold, Optometrist, 22C* S. Main street, Ann Arbor, specializes in superior eye examination and glasses at reasonable prices. I have the agency for the Aetna kerosene burner, to fit any sbove_ It is saife. economjicall anid reasonaiblei in price, and the fuel' it consumes is much cheaper than! coal or wood. At The Tavern. 23 oil stove. Gbfld ecta:difcionv price reasonable. Best oil stove made and burns either gasoline or kerosene. See it at 206 South Ann Arbor street. Phone 242-F3, Mrs. Paul Kempf. 20 We have several clients who want 7% first mortgage money on ne_r homes in amounts ranging from $500 to $4,000. Interest payable semi-annually. Ann Arbor Home Builders Association, 408 First National Bank Bldg., Ann Arbor. Phone 2S19-M. £0. Wanted—Michigan Farm Agency are very desirous to hear from owners of farms ranging from 10 to SO acres niea-r Saline. Home buyers wait^. iug, Wa do not charge you to list,, neither do we list exclusively. Write. IT. E. Haivnes, 51 Uriscoll, Court, local' representative, Y-ysilajntl; Mich. 21xj BUY NOW Prices Are Right Let us show you these excellent buys that have been traded for new Chevrolets*. '. ( ' f 1919 Ford'Touring. ." 1917 Ford Touring, 1920 Dort Touring. 1919 >fa.xwell Touring. 1922 Chevrolet Touring. 1921 Chevrolet Touring. 1920 Che ..reflet Touring. The reasonable prices on these cars will surprise yo.u Don't miss seeing them. THE SALINE GARAGE " Authorized CheT-role't Dealers: PHONE 61 YORK TOWNSHIP TAXES THE LAST CALL I will be at the following places to collect York Township Taxes: Saline Savings Bank, Saline, February 7. The Farmers and Mechanics Bank, Milan, February 10. Citizens Bank, Saline, February 1-1. Milan State Savings Bank, Milan, February 17. LEE DRAPER, Treasurer. GREAT UNIOH SERVICE IMIVERSITY CHAUTAUQUA PROGRAM o - —AT— 7:00 P.M. For one-half hour 7:0Q P.M.. Methodist Episcopal Church Children's Choir Men's Chorus. 'Sermon-by'Rev. Cross everybody: say . come.
|Title||1923-02-08; 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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