1923-08-02; Saline Observer
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£ VOLUME 43 SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY, MICH., THURSDAY, AUGUST 2,1923 NUMBER 45- i ■ 4 Take Your Doctor's Advice Your family physician, if consulted in time,, will keep you well—keep you at greatest productiveness to yourself. Likewise, this Bank will keep the funds you accumulate productive to you —keep them earning, consistent with safety. Regardless of the size of your account we invite you to see us. Safine Savfags Bank The Banfc Where Courtesy Reigns Memher of Federal Reserve Bank On the Concrete HQRSESHOE TOURNAMENT Will Prove Drawing Card for Labor Day Program*. BBIDGEWATEE IN LUCK Pentecost Mission Buys Henne Earm and Will Build Large Orphanage The Qualify Grocery PHONE 86 EOR GOOD THINGS TO-EAT ■ -:-. -. ■ A-. -?■ '- ...--jj—-«v~rif* -J-**-*;* ■* >Wi,-.f3#l-, *,^,-- ■ ■'■j^-.iV^-V * jft- ■ IF IT WERE TRUE that salesmanship is composed of 95% talk, then a phonograph would /be the greatest salesman in the world. We want our service and prices to-do the talking for us. Courtesy* in Service- Quality in Merchandise. A STORE FOR ALL THE PEOPLE Everything lor your canning Phone 86 MARTIN An important transaction in leal estate; a. mitte west of Bridgewater, has been eonlsumma,ted, which will mean much to the thriving village six miles west of Saline. The Pentecost. Mission of Ohio, a rich and powerful organization, has purchased the Edward Henne farm of 256 acres, and oni jthe stile will erect magnificent buildings for an orphanage which will take care of hundreds of children! And we understand chiis is but tihe forerunner of many other goofdl things in sight for Bridgewater during the coming few years, our informant not being ait liberty just now to divulge"the nature of the others. A station is to be operuad on the line of the N. Y,. Central at a cenual point* at the farm for the 'accommodation of ithe orphaiuage. It is expected work on the buildings will start at .an. early, .daitte,..-,..:*. "LOST AND FOUND." A TALE OF SOUTH SEA ISLANDS Coming to the Liberty Theatre Saturday ETening:. We are showing the Kellogg Uplift Corset, which was designed to give the wearer adequate and proper abdominal support, as well as style and courtort. This corset is endorsed hy Physicians as a benefit to the health of tlie wearer,, as it lifts, relieves, supports" and strengthens the aMoniinal muscles. Ask to be shown this corset. THE WOMEN'S SHOP PHONE 15 Next to D. U. R. Waiting Boom SALINE A romance of the South Seas tha' is both* tlhrilMng ajnd convincing is the new Goldwyn picture^ 'Lost and Found," which is tihe offering at the Liberty theatre Saturday evening. Tihe film is filled with pastor al beauty, with strange and compelling drama, with uniusual persons in t&rilling situations, it may be classifi-d. for those who like such definitions, as romantic melodrama*, with action rapid enough to suit the most jaded taste. The stoi-y concerns one C'.ptain Blackb'ijrd,, a plan'er on a. Pacific island, whose wife deserted him, for the island gi>verno|r, fleeing with their eldest daughter, injuring: the younger ] in her mad haste to leave; The man, swearing venlgeanee upon all of be* sex, took to the seas as master of a slave shipi. Upon tlie deck of .his vessel thfi drama is played out when ills elder daughter aip-ars-. Not knowing her identity, Contain Bi'ackbird is '.n ithe point of forcing her to nrairry Bingo, Ihiibi filthy mate. The revelation of who Sie is ecmes, and there follows one of the wildest, motif realistic ship- fights ever staged for a picture. * The cast is exceptionally gifted, including House Peters, Pauline Starke, Anitonio Moirenn, Rosemary Thebv, George Siegniann, Mary Jane Irving-, William V. along and Carl Harbaugh HATS OFF TO. BREAD! Because it is the best of all foods known tu man:—the one food wholesome;, delicious and satisfying for all ages. Our loaf is in all respects like the home- baked loaf; we use the same good flour, milk and shortening. * The result is a loaf digestible through and through,, thoroughly fermented, and with tender melting sweetness of flavor. Schnebelt's Bakery Christian Science Notes. The Christian Science society of Saline holds its service iu the hall over the Citizens uank, Sunday af 10:30 a. m. Subject: Love. Testimonial meeting Wednesday evening af 7:30. A cordial invitation is given to all. Sunday school immediately follows the morning service to Whicji pupils under 20 years may be admitted. ICE CREAM SOCIAL I The Ladies* Aid society of the M E. chureh will hold an ice cinaam and cake social on "the church, lawn Sat- day evening, August, il, to which the public*; is cordially invited. ! For Sale—The honiie of iihe late Walter H. Dancer in* Chelsea, consisting of house, "harm, and extea! lots on which are situated shrubs, iruit trees, * etc For information, Chelsea phone 171-R, 46x _-_«_____---^ ■ <p*p*"*^!___"3_!2h-_i___H ^B ." «:. .«J ■ ^ #^al ■^m * *. ^ ^ J_ v *■* 'A 4 s * * tej-K-wS-i ■*. ^2x ::^"?:i?;:X ■ j-**':* "-;■■> ]fm&-m^ m N-iiS:-" -M .air y '■■&ffikj$.-.f<" ■:X--: j__i_ttii__j| .> v" "'"!■"■■*.-■'"i .iHi One of tihe fea.txires of the. Labor Day program as arranged by the American Legion is to be a horseshoe tournament. Regulation courts will be constructed on the school grounds and, a regulation! tournament will be carried out. • Get a couple of -iron staikes an inch in diamater, drive them in -he ground 40 feet apart so pthat eighe inches projects above the level of the ground, and practice for the -event. Be sure to keep thei ground level around the slakes. Henry Ormsby is in charge, so all contestants turn, in their names to him before August 28. Any person between, the age ot! five and a. hundred and five years, who resides within five miles of Saline and has been a resident for a month previous to the tournament, is eligible. A prize will be .awarded to the victor by the American Legion). There are enough horseshoe throwers, in and ' around Saline to make this tournament a decided success. Be sure to enter your name and so help make a worth while event. You older fellows who have not thrown in pu.t*- lic for some time, get out your shoes and practice 'for the event*. You. younger .fellows remember that a thirteen year olid boy holds tlhsi American horseshoe throwing chalmpiori- ship. The rules as approved by the Nar tional Horseshoe Throwing Association and sfiop.ted by them, will be given later. THE OBSERVER LINERH .* Classified Advertising-. lc per Word Hirst Insertion; Then y*sz per "Word'for Each Subse-rueut Insertion, Minimum Charge 25c. Why Pay More than Dietiker'a- Prlcesl For Saje—Sixtesaii. pigs. Julius- Hertler, phone 197-F21. 43bf Come in and see t__s Thor Washing Machine. Edw. J. Muif. * For Sale—Several good farnf" horses. Wiedmani Auto. .Company. tip to Date House Furnishings ati Factory Prices at Dietiker's. Wanted—Good poultry. For right- prices, call F. C.'Hollis, phone 183— F22. 7tf Calling cards, wedding invitations, and announcements, either minted or engraved, at The Observer cilice. For Sale—-New milch cow and calf.. Also two sows and pigs. Herman.' Kohler, phone 142-F3. 44tf Notice, Conitiraetiors and Builders.. For sale, .two well built stairways- A. C. Lange, 306 Bast Henry st. 45 MISS RUTH CHRISTOPHER WILL SPEAK ON FOOD AND HEALTH '£- Nutrition Lecturer Discusses Housewife's Problem jn Practical "Way What is there in ithe new science of nutrition for the practical housemother who strives to feed her family healthfully, palatably, and economically? Too ferquently, students of n-iirition shroud their subject in myt-Jerious scientific phrases; but •Miss Ruth Christopher, staff member of the Michigan Tuberculosis Association,, who appears here in connection- with the conimun.itpy chau- fcaiuqua, speaks of food in the pracr tical terms of the 'kitchen and din-, ing-roomv Child health, is her especial interest, and she declares that next to environment, food, is the most important pfactor in shaping the child's whole nature, mental and moral as well as physical*. Her experience in this: field has been gained not only froms special studies in nutrition at the Micjhigitn Agricultural college, but from personal observation during her five years of experience a* a playground doctor. Miss Christopher knows and loves child nature, and whenever p ssible,* she supplements her regular lecture." with special chil'lron's meeting*?, where gainios' and fairy-tales or two put tlhie children in a mood to near the story of Health, the most powerful fairy of a',1. Whether she talks to children or Older people, Miss Chrwaoaher is an. eminently satisfactory --psaker. She knows her subject, and she can talk about health topics with humor and practical wisdom. Her appearance here is made possible through, funds from the annuial tuberculosis Christmas seal* sale which finances the work; of the Michigan Tuberculosis Association. Methodist Church Notes Ralph W. Brown. Preacher. Sunday should be a great day for the Christian people of Saline. The speaker af. the * morning service, which will, be held in the Chautauqua tent, will be Dr.' L. H. Beeler. Fi'oni the best platforms ill America Dr. Beeler has. addressed the thinkers i;n America. It is a" splendid thing which our local committee has done in arranging for a great union morning service. We ..should be blessed In •three ways on this occasion. , 1st, .because we shall have gathered far divine worship: 2nd, because we have1 gathered a* "a community of Christian brothers aind sisters; 3rd, because of him who brings toi us the message. There will be no Sunday school, Epworth League or evening service at oui* church. Again, your pastor urges you to buy a Chautauqua ticket. You need the recreation 'it will, bri'ng. You need the inspiration, of the speakers. .You need the information it will afford for better citizenship. You ne°d to have the joy of having ai part ir. supporting a, fine commumity enterprise'- On "Friday evening, August 10a re- ceptiionl will be given to the new members who hapve been taken into the church, during the past year. Further details.will be given late:*. On Sunday morning, August 12 the eiectioai. of a delegate and an, alternate will be held at the 10:00' o'clock service. This delegate will go to the annual conference and will vote for a lay delegate to go to .the general conference which will be held in Springfield, Mass., in 1924i Money to loan on improvod faxnfc property. Oliver •Goldsmith, 11G E„ Huron street, Ann Arbor, phone 2791.. We want your White Wheat. Calf us for prices. Saline Flouring MM-*- Friis & Braekel, proprietors. Phone St Use Pyrox, kills bugs and prevent® blight at the same application. Also goad for Spuash!- and Cucumbers, Bdw. J. Muir. Window Shades Cleaned and Re- pa,ii*ed, new shades made to order. H" S. Collins, 106 E. Liberty St., (Hutzel Bldg.) Ann Arbor. 43tf. Emil H. Arnold, Optometrist, 221 S. jMaiTL-street, Ann. Arbor,, specializes, in superior eye examination aril* glasses at reasonable prices. I have tphe following second hand tools: John Deere Hay Lrader; Nisco Separator: two Kraus Cu t'va'o b; Deering Mower; Iron Age Cultivator. Bdw. J. Muir. HAY BUYER WANTED A man understalnding grading preferred. Write The Harry D. Gates Company, Jackson, Michigan*, Wholesale Hay Shippers, 4.x If interested in new blcod for your- herd see our Durocs before- you buy- Bred sows, gilts and young pigs for- sale. Also our herd sire "Deicol Maplecrest Highlawii' Boy" coimbin-S-: some of the befet" blood of the Hoi— stein's. C F. Heiltaan, i,£d No. S_ Saline, Mich. Place your order for Coal now. as* It will be hard to get later in' the season, if you are going to use Po- troleum Coke, I must have your" order for it as T am only getting one cax per month. I sold 16 cars, (400 ton.-:) last year, so p?ace your order now.. Edw. J. Muir . . Painting and paper hanging. Cam- biiTii Bros., phones 160 and 2-F3. For Sale—new milch cow and ca'f. A. C. Lange, 306 East Henry st. Ar 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 "suc-h matters. p and to "have your notices appear ii I this paper it is only necessary to a-sfc: i rhe probate judge to send them here. ! Marriage Licenses ! •■J Ralph C. Chesmain, 26, Ypsilanti: Imo Bell Bliss, 21, Milan. Clarence A. Derrick, 33, and Fannie Davis, Ypsilanti- Richard Holty, 32. Detroit: Lillian Aubrey, 31, Ann Arbor. Louis Ruffin, 26, Detroit;" Louise Crabb, 2S, Anni Arbor. For Sale—A number of sho^te. A. E. Cole, phone 193-F13. 45® A Federated church, meeting will be held at the church, Thursday j evening, August 16. A fulfl- attend-. ance is desired. By Order of the Council. * 46 Why Do You Swear? "What does Satan pay you for swearing?" asked one man of another. "Nothing," was the reply. "Well. you. work cheap—to lay aside the character of a gentleman, to inflict so* much pain on your friends., to insult the God who- made you, and to risk vour own nrecious'soul—a,nd all that for nothing: 'YOU CERTAINLY WORK VERY CHEiAP.J "Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain; for the Lord will not hold*him guiltless that, taketh His naane in vain." Ex. xx. 7. "Serye the church that lives to serve/' Methodist Episcopal Church RALPH W. BROWN, Pastor.- \. dfa_,-i'
|Title||1923-08-02; Saline Observer|
|Publisher||LeBaron & Nissly|
|Description||An issue of the Saline, Michigan newspaper. Published weekly. Began publication in 1880. No longer published.|
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