1923-10-04; Saline Observer
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f^"VC^'f'f'friftM l&W r.Ji^-l^Tm^^": ■m mvK's ¥OLUME 48 SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY, MICH,;, THURSDAY-, OCTOBER 4, 1923 NUMBER 2 # Bank aime savings The One Story Bank on the Coiner ORGANIZED 1908 The ONESTdnYBAHlt-KlT^E^BMEaK CAPITAL $25,000.00 SURPLUS and PROFITS $30,000.00 RESOURCES l6OOsOOO.0i G-EORGE BURKHART, President GEORG-E J. MANN, Vice President R. L. FINCH, Vice President. LEE TE&CHER, Cashier A. R. BURKHARDT, Asst. Cashier DIRECTORS GEORGE BURKHART R. P. PINCH J. H. FELDKAMP F. a WIEDMAN JOSEPH BTJBKHARDT*- GEORGE J. MANN GEORGE J. FELDKAMP FRANK ROSE FRED HERTLER ALFRED HERTLER Member of Federal Reserve Bank The Quality Grocery ^ JPH0NE 86 _ t '.' POR GOOD THINGS TO EAT CHILDREN OFTEN SHOP HERE for Groceries when something is wanted in a, hurry at home. They always receive the same careful consideration given-older buyers. Our customers appreciate this courteous service. In Groceries Satisfaction—and Economy, Too Phone 86 MARTIN >UOSS WE WISH to say WE HAVE today A YERY fine line of NEW WEAVES in stylish DRESS GOODS that are PRICED RIGHT and are THE CORRECT styles for THIS SEASON'S wear ALSO WE have a very NICE STOCK of stanle DRY GOODS that we are ALWAYS GLAD to show you AND WANT you to make THIS STORE your Dlace TO TRADE, - PHONE 15 Next to D. TL R. Waiting Room SALINE sale op Season tickets is' now. under wat Trice Reduced, Making Average Cost Per Eiiitertaliiauent "Very Small. premiums awarded schools in the ticinity of saline By the County Eair Society in the Education Exhibit. Saline village for school exhibit, §10; prennium offered by Salilie township, §3; total, §13. Sutherland school 5 Pittsfield, exhibit prepared by Ilia; "Hendershot. Firsit premium, bird house-made by boy, §1; second premium, history of Washtenaw county, 75e; total, §1.75. Vaientinie-school 7 Pittsfield, exihibit prepared .by Clara Schroen. First .premium, we'avimg display, 50c; number work, 50,e; sentence wiit- ing anid spelling, 75c; circulation of blood in two colors, §1; skeleton of body, 75c; map of Michigan showing counties in colors, 75c*; second premium, set of papars in lan-> guage, 35,0; picture of body Showing muscles, 50c; picture of eye and ear, 50c; masp of South America, countries in colors, 50c; premium, offered by Pittsfield' township for school exhiloil, §3. Total, §9>.10. BAKE© GOODS Baked with the finest ingredients will restore even the most jaded appetites. THE SCHNEBELT BAKERY uses only the very best foods. The very, delicious- nessof our products is testimony to their care in preparation and baking. Schnebeit's Bakery j Council Proceedings j A regular meeting of the Saline Common Council was held in tlie Council room Tuesdaj evening. September 4. 1923. President Rentschler in the chair. Trustees present: Hutzel, Aprill, M. Fosdick and Bredernitz. Trustees absent: Crittenden anil E. Fosdick. Minutes of last meeting read anil approved. The following bills were read by the clerk: Detroit Edison Co., lights and power 23S.25 J. A. Alber, sexton of cemetery S3.35 C. H. Carven, salary 10.00 Fi-ad Luckbardt, salary "116.70 II. H. Atwell, grading 153.51 Detroit Lead Pipe Works, sup. 37.3S' S. S. Glass Corporation, insurance 54.41 Fred Luckhardt, freight 1.24 Saline Mercantile Co., supplies 52.30 Saline Township, tile 14.(0 William Orr, labor 90 Don Mattison, labor 16.50 J. C. Bracey, labor 9.90 John Kohler, teaming 4.00 Adam FeuerbacTner. labor S2.20 Fred Brenion, labor 21.00 Robert Cullen, teaming 40.60 John Guenther, teaming.' 7.00 Fred Mayer, labor. 22.5'J Saline Mercantile Co., pa.injting water tower 263.60 Motion- by M. Fosdick that bill* b: allowed amd clerk be instructed tj ■draw orders for tlie same. Supported by Hutzel. Carried. Motion by Bredernitz that the contract of building the curb and gutter and sidewalks, made by the Ann Arbor Asphalt Construction Company, be accepted. Supported by Aprill. Carried. Motion by Hutzel to adjourn subject to call of President. Cairried. EMANUEL RENTSCHLER, Pres. C. F. FITZGERAli), Clerk. WANTED—People in tliis' vicinitj who have any legal printing required in the setlement of estates, etc., to have it sent to this newspaper. The rates are universal in such matters and tr> have your notices appear ii this paper it is only necessary to asl the probate judge, to send them, here Nearly everybody thinks he could write a better scenario than :s used in the average motion picture he sees—and he probably is right. PARENT-TEACHEKS MEETING Fitst ci' the Season, to Be Held on Monday Evening*, October 8. •Tlhie first meeting of the Pajrent- Teadhers Association will ba held on Monday,'evening, October S. The pupils of the school will exhibit things made by itlnem during the past year. .-. All parents are urged to attend amd .enjoy the evening- The pupils of the school are also invited for this meeting.. There Willi be a goad program, and officers for tlie ensuing year will be elected. Let all patronsi -turn out and show the pupils we appreciate their efforts. A few of the lyceum guarantors met in the council room Friday evening and completed plans for the season's course. C. A. CUr,tiss was elected treasurer and Herman Hutzel chairman of the tic'kat committee. lit was, decided to hold the: enter-." talnmenits ini the opera house this year, on account of its large, seating .capacity, -place*the price of season tickets at §1.00, and -try to sell :enongh tickets -at this price to fill the =hall. Season reserves will be as i in other years!, 50 cents. The majority of this tickets will be' placed in, the hands of -pupils to sell and every child selling five or more will . be given a season ticket, thus encouraging ai large sale and permitting a, large number of the school children to attend the various numbers ait mo .cost to themselves aside from the effort required to sell a few < tickets. The sale of reserved seats will be ' held at Wheeler's drug store on Saturday, October 13, and will be the same pries for all—50e for tlhe season, adult or child. j The first number of the course will * come on Tuesday evening, October [l'i," The Cleaver Opera Singers-, one of (tlie best troupes of its land on the lyceum 'platform. THE OBSERVER IMER& Classified Advertising* lc PER WORD EACH INSERTION Liberal Discounts on Ads-Running a. Month or More. i* , „__^ . Why Pay More than Dietiker's Prices? Get a Phonograph free, at B. J~ Muir's hardware*. Get .a Phonograph, free, at E. J~ Mnir's hardware. Por Sale—Several good farm horses. -Wiedman! Auto Company. Painting and paper lianglng. Cam- burn Bros,, phones 160 and 2-F3. Wanted.—-Good poultry. For right prices, call P. C. Hollis, phone 183-*- P22. 7tf For Sale—Work horse, weight about 1S00, sound and right. C. J. Bracey. . 3 SALINE-CLINTON PLANS APPBOYL'D Paving and Drainage Contracts on M-23 Dp Next Year. * Pa'vrng; bPflhat pGrtibtt~of*>M-23 between Saline and Clinton has been approved by abutting property owners and it now seems probable that contract for the work will be leit next season. It is estimated that tha pavement will cost aibout §370,000. Of this the federal government will pay 50 per cent, the- s!:ate 25 per cent, Washtenaw county at large 12 per cent, Saline towns-hip 5 per cent, Bridge- water township 4 'per cent and the special assessment district (abutting property owners) 4 per cent. Prop-, erty owners along the new 'highway will have three years in which to nay their assessments. The road between Bridgewater and Manchester, which in thc past hais bes'ii in bad . shape, has bean graded and graveled and opened to traffic this week. western part of the county have good mads all the way to Ann Arbor,, affording them better markqt facilities here than they have had in the past. This .same road between Saline* and Ma.nlchester, will now be used as a detour for M-23 while the latter is under construction. Motorists are now able to go through Saline and cross the temporary detour bridge that has been opened to traffic while the new permanent bridge -is bfiimg erected. WOMEN'S CLUBS OE i COUNTY TO MEET HERE i ' The county Convention of Woman's clubs wdil be held in Saline, Friday, ■ October 12 ait 10:00 a*, ni. in the M. B. \ church, parlors'. The nsual pot luck 1 dinner will be served at noon. : Mrs. Cramer of Detroit, president ' of the southeastern 'district, will give the address ilnl the .afternoon. ; Mrs. Fisk of Jackson is the nominee for the new presidency for th-is'dis- -ittiet---'--' - -. • / -'■ - - -. .- Every club member of the County B'ederaition is urged bo be .present for the mornimig -session,, whein husinefs ' masters of much interest will be discussed. Give us your order for choice, well sprayed winter apples. W. H. Barr.. phone 14. 4 Furnished rooms for "light housekeeping, or board and room, at 400* East Michigan* avenue. 3 For Sale-—Two milch cows, one- heifer, one work horse. A. Ci Laaige„ 306 E. Henry st. Saline. 52ch Por Sate—Quantity of 2-quart, 1- A ■ quart and pint jars at half price1, and.* some canned fruit. The Tavern- Calling cards, wedding invitations; add announcements* either minted or engraved, at The Observer office. Tuberculosis Specialists Meet in Flint ENJOYED WESTERN TRIP Word has beeni received from B. P. Davenport who, with "Mrs. Davenport have been traveling in the west, visiting the Yellowstone park, Seattle, Portland', aud other cities of interest. He writes: "We have had a fine tame on all oni* trip. This, west is a wonderful country. Have been niucili interested in the fruit 5,1*0ivinig—hundieds of acres of pears, prunes" amd apples of such o.uality as we seldom see in Michigan. In Fuyallup vailley hundreds of acres of 'black raspberries, loganberries and Strawberries are gsown. Seattle and JProtland, each about 350,000 in population!, are live places, having ma- ; ny skyscrapers, fine stores amid th.e . terminal docks are well worth see'ng ' to get some idea* of the great quantity ; and variety of goods brought in from .foreign ports. The fishing and lum- ' ber industries are very large and ' one scarcely can realize their ini- psrtance -without investigation. We- ' expect to leave here in a. .day or so, •returning home by way,of the Canadian Rockies, stopping along the ' way." Mr. and Mrs. Davenport ere expected home today. Tuberculosis specialists from all parts of the country and Canada will speak ini Flint on October 3 and -I, when the fifteenth annual meeting of the Midhigan Tuberculosis Association meets in joint session with the Michigan Trudeau society and the Genesee County -Medical socia y. at the Durant hotel. Owen R. Lovejoy, general secretary of the National Child Labor Committee, New York, which recently conducted an investigation of the labor conditions in the sugar beet fields of Michigan, will be one of the main speakers. Another will bo Dr. H. A. Patterson, supervisor of the nudlcil service of the National Tuberculosis* Association, who is now completing Oj •two weeks survey of tuberculosis sanatoria in Michigan. It is expected that he will give an unbiased and expert opinion as to the efficiency of tuberculosis fighting machinery in the * • state. RASEET BALL All players interested in basket ball, watch next weeks issue of.this paper for announcement. Get a Phonograph free, at E. J Muir's hardware. Por Sale—Sow and 9 pigs, Fred Walker, phone 149-P32. 2x Por Salet-^One Rambouilet ram. P. R. Clements, phone 16G-F13. 2. Wanted—Piano to store for privilege of using. Rev. R. W. Brown. 3 .Por Sale:—Xew milch cow and Fine Wool rani. F. J. Wiedman, phone 200-F12. * Found—A sum of money. Proving properoy and the cost of this notice will restore same. Otto Luckhardt. Money to loan,, on improved Iaa*m property. Oliver Goldsmith, 116 E. Huron Street,. Ann Arbor,, i>hone 2791. We want your White Wheat. Call us for iirices. Saline Flouring Mills, Friis & Braekel, proprietors. Phone S4 For Sale—Sparkling Jewel No. 16 hard coal burner. Medium size Jewett hard coal burner. Francis Gould, phone 209. 4 The Ladies of tine Federated church will hold a chicken pie supper and fair in the opera house Pridatr evening, November 2. 2tf Wanted—Carpenter jobs. No job, too small—no job too large. Estimates., given. C. W. Whitefield, 2 miles., south of Saline. 2 For Sale—Nearly new organ, iinie condition and will be sold right. Just the tiling for a rural school. A. J., Warren, phone 17. Window Shades Cleaned and Repaired, new shades made to order. H. S. Collins, 106 E. Liberty St., (Hutzel Bldg.) Aim Arbor. 43tf. For Sale—Two Poland China sows with pigs by side,, one 9, the other S. Elmer. Camburn, Tecumseh, route 3. Macon phone 2-P13.' 3 Emil H. Arnold, Optometrist, 22£? S. Main street, Ann Arbor, y-peeializes in superior eye examination and glasses at reasonable prices. For Sale—Barred Rock pullets, hatched March 30; same blood lines as winners at State Fair egg laying, contest. A! so some cocker«!s of heavy laying strain. C. D. Finkbeiner, Clinton. 2x Piano Bargain,—Maher Bros. Music House of Jackson- Mich., have a high class beautiful case piano that they will sell for the balance on a contract. Tliis is a big bargain for someone and it will pay you to write for particulars.. • 2x Por "Sale—Sow with nine nice pig**: also 7 shoats about 125. pounds each. Harold Miller. 52-2c * Then there is a man who has been on the'point of making a million many times and then was kept out of it because those who* had the million refused to let go of it. William. L. Westphal dealer In Studebaker Cars; also good used cars for sale. Saline, Mich. 6eow Little ladies' and children's day at thie Jordan Hat Shop Satiirdaiy, Oc-. tober 6. A gift with each purchase. Apples For Sale—Sprayed fruit- Best varieties and quality. Prices right. Bring your containers. Oan get apples £;ny day. Orchard 3 miles east of -Manchester on Dstour M23 out of Saline through Bridgewater. Woodward Fruit Farm. TSED CARS 1916 Ford Touring. 1919 Ford Tourifflg. 1920 Ford Touring. 1921 Ford Touring. 1922 Ford Touring. THE SALINE GARAGE Authorized Chevrolet Dealers *,***..
|Title||1923-10-04; 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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