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*, " r***, - r -"*■ ■ -t ..< *.-- r^ss*****^- vffj- iw~j..-^-jrT1«~j»|j">»'^*--' THE rER VOLUME 45 SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTV. MICH., THURSDAY, JULY'8. 1926 NUMBER 41 THE PIRATES OF OLD Buried Their Gold FOR SAFE-KEEPMG Security of possession has always been the first instinct of man. Many a hiding place has been lost or forgotten—even in our present day. Th.ere.is no secret hiding place that can compare with the absolute Safety of our Fire,'and Burglar-Proof Vaults! In them nothing can be lost nor discovered and appropriated by others. Boxes—$3.00 a year and up Saline Savings Bank The One Story Bank on the Corner Member oif Federal Reserve Bank The Quality Grocery PHONE 86 FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT w rrs QUALITY And a "smooth;" tasting, ,'deligMful product you wiatnt—take my tip and try -oiur Teas and Coffees-, The very first sip from thei cup will convince you ■of their superiority over all other bramds. come in a variety of ■splendM -blends. Phone 86 MARTIN rOUSS No hesitation, no spluttering*—-just sturdy, continuous power regardless of temperature if you always run. your motor oil Staebler Gasoline. Tests prove it best for tbe money. ^ASOLlMf STAEBLER-KEMPF OIL CO. PHONE 242-F2 SALINE. MICH. COME AND GET Yourself a basket full of the many bargains we have in choice CANNED, PACKAGE AND BOTTLED GOODS » E. H. COOK & SON Foolish Season Is Here *- HOLSTEIN BREEDERS' ' GREAT PROGRAM PLANNED SUCCESSFUL MEETING : FOR OUR CHA"OTAU<*»tA Two Hundred Attend the Gatlisring at ■ .. . .„,.,'„ , ,.,., the Home of Mr. and 'Mrs. Fll,ft Array ot Talent .Secured—Mide William Austin Variety Aiid Excellent Quality CHURCH CHOIRS TO SING -ON FARM ©AT Mwsic Features Scheduled for An- <im.il Gatlx-iing at MT. S- C. On Friday, July 30. Michigan's ,, best _ rural 'Chunch (choirs, ■will' -coinp-eite Jjor prizes 'during tbe annual summer Farmers Day at the Michigan. State c«Mege on (Friday, My 30w Twelve cih,oSrs, ;a*il ? iflrom. ifliff^reait counties, have already .filed their entries for this ;-gxeati -sonjg contest, ■with several' more -expected in before July 30. As 'a 'result, those sponsoring tte event at East Lansing predict the "best church, (choir comir-eti- tiotn, tiie state -has .ever seen. ■Winners *of ttoe ^aoriou's rprazes -which are offered in- the singing contest will appear on the general Fanners Day jsrogiram!, as-pari'oj tlie -emtertaiBiment features of the 'day. A band concert .-amd numbers Iby ;a men's glee club -will be other music numft>ei*s on th,e program. 'Chunch choirs -already 'entered for the July '30 contest include,: Baptist church, Ovi;d, Clinton county; M. B, church, "Woodland, Barry county; Methodist churtch, Orleans, Ionia •county; Ba"Pt3'gt ^clrarch., 'Gohon, St. Joseph county; Methodist "Episcopal ■church, iFliush-iinig, 'Genessee -eounty; Methodist ebflric-li,- Pea.diing, SHil'sdale county; Methodist church, Rockford, iKent county; Congregation al church, jtfattawan, Van Burem county; Finst Baptist- -church. Bellevue, Ea.<on -county; Chuiidh OX 'Christ, Henderson, Shiawassee couintj-; Welcome M. E. cliu'eh, Hastiiiigs, Barry comity; M. ,*E: fdhiurdh, "Richmond, Macomb icounty. FRANK: LLOYD FILMS NEW MASTER DRAMA "Winds of Chance" "From Rex Beach's Novel, Is Due Here Saturday and Sunday Frank Lloyd, after years of con.- s(J3ently good plcitone malrimig "ha\s come Into 'bis owS|. as an indepeni'1!- en't pit-^iucei- for Fj'rst, National Pictures and his namg o)n. a motion picture is *a certain assurance that that picture is of unusual calibre 'for Lloyd does tilings in a big way and has become a lender because of it- Iioy<d made -"Black Oxen," one of tlhe screen sensations of two years ago, attar many Wiirectors said it could not be pietifrized. He filmed "The .'Sea. Hawk," after other pro- prodncers said it was too bi|g for piic- turization. He filmed "Thie Silent Watcher" from a story of less thian 1Q,000 words, ""Ashes of Vengeance." "Oliver Twist," "£<es Miserable*," "Ta^je oif Two taties" and a. score of other meimiorable big pictures have been directed by Lioyd. "Winds of Chance" he deola.es is bis most active and mostf pretentious effort. It has presented: product"©!'.! problems tliat not even the- spectacular '"'Sea Hawk" rival!©;]. It is tiba second Rex Beadh' story Mr. Lloyd has filmed. He made "The Silver Horde" about fiva .§"ears agp:- Anna Q. NrlJssoa-*Beff"-E,f<fii?"Viola Dana and VSctoir McLaiglen head a splendid cast! in "Win.d& of Ghamcei," whieh wall be First: National's offering at the Liberty theatre Saturday and Sluredaiy. Be-acb has drawn, a vivid pictu-re of thie Alaskan, gold rush here. INCREASE OT PUGS ON FABliS OF THE COUNTRY A reicejit rural mall camrier siuv "ey indicates a slight increase ■ the number of pigs raised this spirin*g In 'the Krora belt states. The number of sows ifarrowed was 3.5 per cent greate,* than in tlie spring of 19.25, but this was partially offset by :a smaller inumber of tpigs tteir Titter being saved. The spring wias. laile -aind cold anifl this -nnfavorable condilfci.Oiii r-C'SuTted in an average of 5.54 pigs per litteir as compared ■witili 5.7S one year ago, according to a sta-temenit just issued. The number of sows brad -for fall farrowing is 3S..4 per cent .greater tih'ain the .niunber tbat ifam-owed In the fall icffi 1925. Ini other years the actual falll .fa1 rowing.; have fallen off Mom 15 to "30 par cent short of tha Jun? repor,t, depending iiipon. prevailing conditions. Com.i tions this year, smch :ts pjrices of hogs, ,bqrn.--hio,g price PatiQ, preseiht feed supplies, etc.. Indicate that breeding intentions will be more nearly carried out this .fall 'than iin any year since the survey was started. ' In Michigan, the number of sows 'farrowtii thiis spring was practical-ly the same as last. The percentage of pigs saved was 91.9 per .cent of one year ago, and the inareiase in breeding fall pigs lis 43.6 per cent. The percentage of spring farrowing was somewhat greater in each o'f the ' otihur .corn belt states than, in Michi-^ gall. The number of pigs saved w*as: ailso greiatel* being 100 per cent or above in several of the states most of which- were west of the Mississippi riven*. The increase in breading for Sail farnxwing in the. different states ranged from 27 to 62 per cent. TO THE PUBMC Act 302 of the Public Acts of 1915 as amemded by the Legislature in '1925, Which defines "commercial ve- hiteie" as aill motor vehicles used |or the tJi-ansiportatiion of passengers for hire and those icoiistructed or uiseJ, for th© ti-an-pcirfiaMon ol roods, wares or merchandise-, n*iiig'ht be pra- brepreted as prohibiting the .use of pleasure, cars for hauliiiig small, an'ouiii-is oif grain, or produce to town o.r dhe ha.ulinig of samula cases, caimp equipmenit, etc. /However, tfus de- partimenit does not place -tihat initer- p'retatlon. on tihe -law. We believe that .a. ifipi mer or any .".filler citizen hias the right to use his pleasure ■car (for the hauling of 'his own produce to town, or for- hauling o'thpir ar- tr'ic'es oif merchandise 'for himslf, without being compelled to p.uvc,h.asa a comimqrqiaili license 'for the car. We believe till alt the legislature intended this parttaiiTar section to ap)-^ pilj* only to those vehicles used^ oir constructed: solely far tlhe purpose of hauling papsangers for hire or for h|a,uling (freight). This ,d-eD.a,rtnien.t will not make a.n~ ar'-ests .for aji.leged ^r.Jsticns oif this section- .olf the law wihere a pleasure vehicle ma.j' be used '.to haul pirodiice nr personal goods by the owner. By Alan G. Straight Commissioner, .Departm-ant of Pul*)lic Sa.fefcj-. Two IitHTlred Kclsteiin) enrhusiasts wejre in attendance ,a:t the annua! summer meeting o,f the Washtenaw County Holstein; Breeders As'3ociat"ori, ■at tlhe' (hionie of WiiHiam A. Ausin, soutlh of town, last Thursdaiy -evenim.g. It 'was probably one of the largest crowds ever assembled in the intere.t of the black aSid whites.* Breeders in attendance representerl a.11 sections.of the eounijy. Many olf the breeders and tJi.e.ik* fami'iies travel.d:. ccnsiderable distances to a.tjtend fflie hieeting. Sliecial features of ■ the p'rogram were a judging contest, which are airrainged by officdi*s oif thfe associla- tiop ,anid, Counjty C?fub Agent. Esse-ck, and thie aigric-iltural teachers, of Mir Ian and Lincoln Consolidated schools. Davkl Miieir, member of the Wide Awake Calli .club, With the assistance of Heniy Wagner, of tihie same c'luh, won Dhe club judging contest. Secsntd place was won hy Webb Harwood and Gerald Granular members of the Blue Rflbbon Calf club. *Tli|i:rd plaice wenit to Cyril Si-*iiike an-d Carlos Beckiatg- ton, membars of ihe Liiicoln Calif club. The boys en.tfelred in tlie contest were -.complimcn-ted on their gco. work by J. G. V^avEs when he aiv nounced the winner. The committee haviing charge olf pilating the ealve- exhpbitcd in the ring were J. -G. Hayes, seicre-ta,ny of the StiSta Holstein Breeders Ass.cciation; Walter Spaulding, and' R. B. Waltrous, county Holstefei breeders. Ano'Lher ,'fea'.u,re of the program*; wap the saliecUoiK .given, by the Sa li'n^ ba,rd. Thie TwttrJ-ers rp tha brn,'1 iin at.ter'ding the meeting .showed the splendlid cooiperatioh which has always existed between tlvs -bus.in'65""*. men of S'aliwe and the Jrural people in the communiti1". A nu-mbei'- o'f prominsnt business men of SaLne were also in lattendance. The I.iterai-y fciabures of the pre-' gram were given by the Packard Street Stone School Paireiit-Ten.cher Assriciation Dramatic club, consisting of Chartes McCalla; Aaron Summers, and Mrs. Roehm. John A. Ccsn ir oE Milan was called oil for two soles. J. G. Hayes fave one of his usual interesting and peppy tailte. "Jim" ir a,'wsiva an cnthiu. iastic bolster for the bl'a.ck aind whites and is much in demand by the breeders of tlite state. He gave a very intc-i-estiing report of tihe Holsf-ein activities anid ailso spoke of the success of the asu- nuail National Holstein Field Rally lield in Iowa. He was very opUmiistic in his stahemenfls reigardilng the future of the Helst3Qitn>co\y anid pix-phe- sied an era of .'increasing popularity for the N'ack and whites and- theiir .products. Charles Wheeler of Saline gave a very laughable monologue iin Jr-wisih dialect and was liberally applauded for his paint of the evening's enter- tainmeniti ' County Ageaiit Osier showed 1am,- tern islldes of some of thei producing cows and gave their cow testing association reconds. Pictures of animals shown were from the herds Of Nelson Sweet, John Jew-e'U, of the Milan association; SHeniry Latson and J. G. Lewis, of the Ann Arbor association; George Liptow and W. L. Rumideil of the Saline associatiion; and A. TMusolff of the Chelsea association. The members of the association sdi-ved the crowd with ice cream and cake. The 1926 summer meeting wilt go down in Waslit.enaw 'county Holstein history as one of the most successful meetings of the county breeders association'. The officers .and committee chairmen of the Saliiiha Ch-autautiua Association (aire confiden.fi that"the 19,26 prograim will su"pass in every res- pect any program of recant years. It seems almost impossible that such splendid talent .and attractions of such variety can be provided durinig five days at so low a cost as the id. ice of the -chautauqua season ticket. The unusual quality and type of the attractions .tliis yeair will cause a great many who ihave not .hejl'd season tickets folr the Chautauqua ,in the past,, to buy them this year. There are a nutober of- programs which in tliiemselves alte -worth as much as the entire Seasoni ticket costs. It is be- lievejd that not only w.ill the number o'f people buy season tickets,,, but that more of our citizens will, be actively interested in .increasing the attendance by active cooperation and boost)-* ing. Tliis year we are .going to have a ebiautaiuqua of wih-lc-h every citizen can be x^roud. Som'e of the attratC- tions for thi season are a three-act dialect leoinedy, "The Bubble"; Frey & Oompany, magiciaais anid Illusionists; Ward B. Fjaxnigton; Green a d His Band; Dr. Hairy G. Hill; Tihe Hdrinony Mais; The Parkinscn Enr semble; Edith L. Irwin, and fhe sjjei.- taDular Urree act idralmia, ''A Message from Mairs." Many new features are 'planned 'for the spec;iali entertainment of the .children of the jiulnior dhautauqua this yeair .and we are assure.1 that tlie plans for the junior department far excell anything in the past. No child of ouir iccinimunity shc-ulid be p.*rmit}- ted to inuiss .this Ifeature. With all of these faetures, it iis ee.r-< tain that if any chiiljd in the community jfails to take a'u.vantaiEie of tlui cliajua.tuqua, he or she wiill be certain to regret it. Let us al,l wcrk togethei- aind loj'ally su'Eipor't the committees in dharge, showing tihehi that such sp lien did plans as they Wave made &<e eppreciatei EVERYBODY BOOST! FRED B. WELLS FOR XIEUTENANT GOYERNOR Is Simaker of House and Has had 12 Years Experience Methodist €lmrc:i Xot<js Reuben Crosby. Pastor Services fo!.- Sunday next in their usual order. Morning waruhip at 10, Sunday School "at 11:15, E.rworth League 6:30, E\reninig worship at 7:30. Thursiday evening at 7:30. Last Sunday tlhe miasic by both, the seinioi." and junior choirs was chosen to .suit the National occasion, and was highly patriotic in. a christian way. while the address of the pastor, on "The Gains and Losses of One Hundred "and Fifty Ye-acfe," was also pertinent to the occatsion. Til the aftel-noon twenty -people went to the Ghelsea Jlethodist Home and eonduteci the service for the old people; a service which wahl the approval and. thanks of the aiged saints, whose request W'as "Come •again soon." FELDKA3IP REUNION The FeTdkamjp family remnian will be held at Sand; la*ke, Sunday, July IS. Don't forget to." come. * S. T. Dunk, Pastor. The services of the Lord's day will be as usual: .Morning worship 10:30, The Land's Supper will be adminiis- tered at the close of tlhis service. Bible school 11:45. .and even in a- *er- vace ,aifc 7:30. Thursday evening' is the time for the mid-week prayer meeting* and the young peoples gathering a.t S o'clock. CART) OF THANKS Words cannot express the g-."atitu"e we feel to tire many dear fr.iem.ds for their words and deeds of loving .kindness in. the b'.me of our ibernavement and also daring Mr. House's long illness. Mrs. James G. Housei, Mr. anrl Mrs.. Fredinand House and Faim-iily, JH*. and Mrs. George Savage and Family, Representative Fred B. Wells, present speaker of he House, is candidate for the Republican nomination Ifo'r Lieutenant Governor.: to succeed George Welsh,, 'and' all over the state is m.-eting wlah splendid- assurances of supjport. Speaker Wells first came to the legislature in 1915, and has served .his icouu.ijv in eveo* seission since that time, gaining a know"©"*ige 'of state affaii-s and demonstrating an ability as a legislator whlidh resulted in bis selection ais Speaker df the House. In the latter positiohi his exact fairness anid impartiality won. him the friendship of practically every mem*-: ber, and .at the specal session the members of the legslature voluntarily met .and organized the "Wells for Lieutenant Governor Club" which brought ajbout his candidacy. Mr. Wells is a successful business farmer, who- has lived .upon and 'opeh*- atei'l liis. own, farin in Cass county the past foi*t_- years. Should he receive the nomination it would add strength, to tihe ticket and assure tbe state an, honest .and efficient presiding officer of tihe State Senate. THE OBSERTER MNERS Classified Advertising* le PER WORD EACH INSERTION Liberal Discounts on Ads Running a Month or More. Scratch pads for sale at this office. Complete _stocks at lowest prices a» Dietiker's. For Sale—20 shoatis. W. L. Rundel, phone 166-F2. 41t!f , For Sale—Poland China stock hog^ Harold Miller, phone 199-F21. 40tf SCHOOL MEETING The affinual school meeting of Saline Union School district'No. 3 fr., wiill be held at iihe school hall, Motih day, July 12 a.t S:00 olelock 'p, m. iDCr the election of two members of tihe board and the transaction of all other matters of the sichool nsces_sary tn comle up. at that-time. Mi*s. Anna Miller, Secretary. CARD OF THiVNIiS '*tP"e desire to expi:ess our apprecia-r j tEonl to all who so kindly assisted us > in our sad. b^*e,avement. ■ ■ . ., | H. E. Morris 'and Family. Otto Kinne caught a 11 3-4 pound pickerel- in the river Monday, and when, dressed a Sixteen' inch sucker was found in its maw. pike are reputed for their ,voraeious;appefiites. but this is natherVan exceptional"*er- amT>*le.—Nashville jTVfews '■» .*.. j ample.—Nashville <News. A GOOD SUGGESTION Several business men amd other civic lea ers, having noted-conditions at the Tourist C**nip wlhere niude bacning is IrequentSy in clcsa prox- im.ty to the publilc glroands, have bejan 'cont-ideiring anions tneniselves some, steps for a real and w-uYhwiiile improvement. . Ti 'has been sugges;©."!, that better bathing faciiiifiss could roa iiy be made with but little inl'.ia.l' expense, eliit'fly of worlc wbieli 'Bo*.*u flcocit- and adult, leaders, and parents, woula", be glad to share, b\y which the watet could be" conserved and deepened* and then, without great expense, dressing shacks could he put tup; w'here, uniier proper 'conditions, the* Eexes' eaul'a pnqpare fos* their■■ dip and a rule established that all nude bathing jfaid exposure; be taboo. Sucpi aietaon would enid an .uhseemly conditibn ais "we'll' as, prbvajde; ■bej^er* and appreciated facilities. ' A regular meeting of tihe Saline Comimon Council was 'held iin the Council' room, Monday evening, Junis 7, 1926. President Rentschler in the chair. Trustees present: Bredernitz Hutzel, Alber ,Fos,dli|ck. Gritten/'en, Lambarth. '* S*(ihiu"tes" of last meelibg* read and anr'i'oved. The- following bills were 'read by* the clerk. Detroit jSdisoni Co. lights and •power $569.S7 Allis Chalmers Mfg. Co.,. time, and expense "for Instadliug . pumping unit 41.0S Sam C. Andres, labor.. 5.7-0 Ann Arbor Water Dept labor 31.25 C. H. Carvenv sallary 10.00 J. A. Alber, salary 83.35 Fred Lucktoardt, salary ... 83.33 Fred Luckhadt, supplies .... .35 Saline Mercantile Co., suppMes S.34 Sim R. Wilson, prinitn'ng 99.50 Eajnl Fosdick, oil 4.68 Wiedman Auto Co., gas "20,86 Robert Jedele_ labor .... 13.50 Adam Feuei-bacbeir, labor .. .28.00 Carl 'Moelin'-labor 1.75 George Scluallehmililen labor „ 9.00 Herman Alber, teaming .... 57.60 John "Frit-*, labor 13.65 Peter Wiedmeyer, labor : 5.25 Steve BlaSzayki labor 49.72 Philo Luckhairdt, labor ... 18.90 Adam Klumpp, labor ...... 54.00 Motion by Bredernitz, supported by Crittenden, that bills be -allowe-l an i d'erk be instructed to draw orders for the siame. Cairriei. Motion; by1 TTiutzeli- isuppf:*|rted by Breidernitz, tba,fi Dr. Wallace be .instructed to. place §2,500.00 wind-stami insurance on the buildings on the Alead p!-«-!pei*ty. Carried President-' Rentsch'ler appointed J. A. Alb ft* ips spcvial -ro.lpcPt. Motirai by Hutzel, supported by Critten* en. that the p.p•ointment! of J. A. A1iber as special i*olice by the President be approved. Vote polled by clerk. Yeas: Crifitendnn, Brer'erniffc, Hutzel, Alber, Fosdick, Ianitai-th. Naws: None. Carried. Motion by Hut-zei, su-rvportPd by Bredernitz, to let the job of curb aind guttier to Titus and O'B.riem at SO -cents per irunniiaig foot. 24-in. aproni and S-tn. thick, and _ sidewalk, 4-int walk at 17% cents per square foot. Vote polled by iclerk;. Yeas: C;*ittie--."',env FosA'ck, Alber, piutzel, Lambar-fh, Bi*ed"jniii;tz. • N'pys: None. G-rn'ed. Lee Teseher was present and i- > formed the O-iuncil tihat if a.;gre--a.bl3 to them, he would deed, to the;'villao-* of Saline, lan-i the s-me" wi <fh rs pnesent sfreat that runs from Harris s/ireet west at the rear of srliool property. , Me-tion bjv Brede -nite. supported by Fosdick, that the offer of Mr: Tescrfir be accepted,. . 'Vote polled by c'erlc, Yeais: Ciititendcn. Brrderm'ts-. Alb-*r, Hutzel, Lambarth. Frsdick. Nays: None. Carried. Me-tj-ion bv Br de -nitz, suppor-t'ed b r Hutzel, tliat- the ma'shai rotiry merdhants that firewrn'Tis shall be sold oTjily Friday 'and Sa.tlurdav before the 4th of July. Carrie**. Tlie fiuaaice .committee recommen.-} that the tax rate Ifor 1926 be at thi? rate of -?1..30 ner hundred. Motion by Predern.it*. supported by Alber; thait the tax rate for 1926 be s;t the .rate of 81.30 per 'hundred as i*ecom.m,fnded. Ca,rr.ied:. Motion, by Crittenden-, sup'rort-ed by Hutzel. to afljorrn. Cai-ried. EaL^jgiJEL RENTSCHLER, Pros. C. F. FITZGERALD, Clca-k. For Sale—60 acres mixed ba,y near: Ann Arbor. A. C. Lange, phone 76. For Sale—Cabbage plants. 203 W.- Miehigan Ave., opposite greemhouse.,' Dr. Hendcrrson's dental office in Saline will be closed until August 16.. « Use Wonder Feed for those chicftss- None better. Saline -Mercantile Co, * Watkins Quality Products. E; W- Stutz, 210 Harris sstreet, phone 12&. For Sale-—Tw6 fireah cowb, one with' calf bv side. Sam Oraig Macom phone* 5-F12. 41 For Sal©—Registered O. I. C. sow" and nine pigs four weeks old. B. L. Criamer. • 42 For Sale—New International, large •size icleam separator. Arthur Miller,. phone 19. * 42 For Sale—Cleary sebcrarsbip, ! cheap if taken soon. Wiedman Auto Company. DON'T FORGET TO ORDER THAT FERTILIZER. SALINE MERCANTILE COMPANY. Try our Solite High Test gasoline. Ths* car will start easier. Wiedmaa. Auto Company. For Siale—Iron jbed with SEirings; - at 104 South Ann Arbor street. Ghieap'- i!f taken at once. 41tf For Sale—Set olf forms for concrete - tank, 7 feet in diameter. F. R. Clem-- ents, plionie 166-F13. 41, For Sale—^Three sows with 23 pjjgs one extra good fresh Durham cow. A. Sdhmid, phone 265, For Sale—Samson Tractor w-'tli P. & O plows. Priced to sell quickly^ Wivd'iiian Auto Coiuivnur. Lost}—On Saiine-ypsll'anti dc«6"jr, black trayeliiaig bag, wximen's apparol. S5 reward, pjione 197-F12. Monuments, Markers and Cemetery Work of ali kinds. Jos. L, Arnet. Aum Arbor, Michigan, phone 8911. Calling cards, wedding invitations* and announcements, either printed or engraved, at The Observer office HORSE COLLARS Buy your horse collars here and. save money, Henry O. Dieterle. For Sale—Two good 3-inch tinle- lumber wagons, -one practically new* 9-bushel wagon -box. Hem*v Cornfeih,- Phoue 195-F21. 43 Genuine 13-plate Ford Storage batteries, with rubber case, guaranteed! for one year, only $15.00. Wiedman. Auto Company. Wanted—Cattle to pasture by the week or season; 60 acres good pasture with water and shade near Saline. A. C. Laiige, phone 76. June bi-isdes: should rernembex thiat aabioken^c^TOpener has Tinned: many S Cgpod' matemonial isfert ;* :--:"-'.".'-''":" Whenever in the market for gumm-* ed labels, get bbserver samples and prices. Our line embraces every** thing in the label line. Found—Travelling bag, on, Manchester roaid. Owner may have same by proving property and paying for tliis; notice. Mrs. George Walker. Emil H. Arnold, Optometrist. 220 S. Main street, Ann Arbor, specializes in superior eye examination ana glasses at reasonable prices. Fdr Sale—Somle good house and building lots in Saline' aiid Anjn Arbor; also saveiial large and sm-all farms on ,good iroafs near town. on. easy termis.-, A. C. La'ige, phone 76. YOUR PICK Of Several Good Tourings With starters. §50.00. . GEO. V. COOK Authorized Chevrolet Dealer Phone 61 tSELL Hanover & Niagara -Fire Insurance for any land of village Property. Michigan Mutual Windstorm Insurance (Hastings), Auto Owners Automobile In&unance, to protect vou, from "-1.00 up. Washtenaw Mutual Fire In,-- surance for any kind of if arm ptopal- ty. Hail Insurance on farm crops WILLIS M. FOWLER. Wanted—People in this' vicinity who have any legal printing require."' in the settlement of estates.' etc.. h> have it sent io this newspapee, Th<sk.. rates are universal in sueh matters and to have your notices ajpneai* im .,-,-■,. ■. ■ ■■ '.. ■- -a,-.'-;in-:'*.?ia^----:-.rf_-*'-----;-*_.>-* this papier it is onJranoor^B-*^"*^^|i|_: - the prokate'Judee to send th"^»m her*, i *■-*--■ ...'. ,i.JiH*. Z-....W:
|Title||1926-07-08; Saline Observer|
|Publisher||LeBaron & Nissly|
|Subject/Keywords||Saline (Mich.) - Newspapers; Washtenaw County (Mich.) - Newspapers;|
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|Title||1926-07-08; Saline Observer|
|Publisher||LeBaron & Nissly|
|Subject/Keywords||Saline (Mich.) - Newspapers; Washtenaw County (Mich.) - Newspapers;|
|Copyright Permission||This material is in the public domain.|
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SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTV. MICH., THURSDAY, JULY'8. 1926
THE PIRATES OF OLD
Buried Their Gold
Security of possession has always been
the first instinct of man. Many a hiding
place has been lost or forgotten—even in
our present day.
Th.ere.is no secret hiding place that can
compare with the absolute Safety of our
Fire,'and Burglar-Proof Vaults! In them
nothing can be lost nor discovered and
appropriated by others.
Boxes—$3.00 a year and up
Saline Savings Bank
The One Story Bank on the Corner
Member oif Federal Reserve Bank
The Quality Grocery
FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT
w rrs QUALITY
And a "smooth;" tasting, ,'deligMful product you
wiatnt—take my tip and try -oiur Teas and Coffees-,
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