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THE SALINE VOLUME 45 SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY, MICH., THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1926 NUMBER 38 A Place of Safety and Secrecy Too You and you alone can know the eon- tents of a safe deposit box at this Bank. You hold the keys and no one can open your box. Call and let us show jovl our vault and the new sections of safety deposit boxes that we have recently installed. Less than one cent a day protection absolute. Saline Savings Bank The One Story Bank on the Corner Member of Federal Reserve Bank The Quality Grocery PHONE 86 FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT EXCELLENT SERVICE Recently one of our customers told us that she appreciated the excellent service and careful attention we gave each dfetailm-frllisig* our orders. That is the real reason we can point with pride to our many satisfied patrons we seirvei each day. It is the high grade g*oods we carry in all departments and the excellent service we make it a point to give our customers at all times. Phone 86 MARTIN FUOSS BASEBALL SEASON OPENS .Saline's Young Men's Team Cops two iu Succession. Saline's Young Men's club opened the twilight scries of hall games at Clatrk's park Tuesday evening, a team fonm Milan being their opponents. The 'contest was .an exceptionally good one, and several good plays were pulled off by Hie.locals. Caupy Gvos<s ir*aped into the air and naftbad a line drive, executing a brilliant double play unassisted., and pulling the locals out of ia dangerous hole. Steller pitching by Bob Cullen and "Monty" Martin kept tlie visitors' 'hits well scattered, res-ilding in Saline winning by a scoire of 3 to 2. On Sunday the voung men trimmed "Tlie Red Lights" of Pittsfield 2S to 7. Several more twilight games will be played -during the next ifew wejeks, which will deserve the liberal pat- ronaae of the public. A fair sized crowd witnessed the contest Tuesday evening. PULLING TESTS TO START WITH IONIA Lots of Livwltessness Has Been Going on During- the Past Week. Saline 'is sufferpmg from an epidemic ic of Ihousebreaking and other troub- AT M. S. C. JULY 30 Dynamometer Events Scheduled for Many County Pairs. Plan New Features For Annual Summer Conference. The series of horse pulling contests which is fco be held throughout Mich igam this summer, under the auspices of the Michigan State college, will open with the Ionia -county free Ifair. at loniia, on August IS and 19, accarj- You can't tell merely by looking at it that Staebler Gasoline is far superior to other kinds, but your car will recognize the difference in a hurry. STAEBLER-KEMPF OIL CO. PHONS 34Z.F1 SALINE. MICH. CHASE & SANBORN'S "Seal Brand" Teas and Coffee Our experience in the grocery business has made us, we believe,, at least a fair judge of Teas and Coffees. And we feel free to assure you that these goods will give you perfect satisfaction. E. H. COOK & SON THOSE MTTLE UNER ADS Bon't cost much but they seem to do the buBiraees. Tlry 'em* The annaa! summer Farmers Day Iss, the result no doubt of the touir-.' at Michigan! State college will he iug"f» 'the "itinerary "ankoun-eement 1st trattnp season. i **M. ™* Friday, July 30, this year. madfi recem^-. One evening laSb week Ueonatrd: 2?*dt pTlans. ,ar® beiS? co™pl?t-rd ai Tlhe Collins dynamometer, a ma- un-e evening id&n «ock iaxjh-uu -East Lans]llg for ^ entertainment chlne whie:h ,4™,rf*K e-var-tlv thp Hutzel «*- a- muplie of boy mends- df one tf the largest .agricultural ^"r oVS tea^ wtchS to it wm "who had "been out 'for the "eve-nting, meetings in the histoiry of the state. -^ ose^ in tih-e contests. This is the arrived at his home, ahead of his • Sinc^ tlhe start of the Faflmiers Day sama OUitat which, was used in sim- parent ** in time to frlghte . ^S^^'SSrn j£/**» "* ^'^ ^ ** someone away wto had removed the so .rac>idl,y that it has become tthe The h^e, mmnS contents de- screws from a screen door witfe the oubstlanding meieting of its kind in veliap into vary" exciting events, add- evidient object of (burglarizing his , the state-. In 1925, -M Spite of a ___g a ]ot 0_ -un .an<J interest -_a the nome, i feady ,fal? whl5\ *•£*** m"ft 0* tto fairs where they are held. The more Sunday evening, shortly 'after Mr. ]%*?__$ 'Z$ t^erffntS -rt°M P™ * edaBatton te «" anid Mrs. Alw'rra "Burkhardt caimio home • ffamil-es dh^d-ed in for the day. from -a trip into t'he oourita-y, -with j -^ati .good weather* i,t is predieteid bright Iig|hts "burning hi .two of their , at the wl*ege, that this figure will be rooms, someone tried to enter their | surpassed on ju*y 30 homme through a< back doorj hut! -were . j-;OSt „>- he old. iR^. frightened away "before effecting an ' _Pasr___e,ra Dav program. "a7e"to be r£ entrance Along ahout 2 a. m. Mon,-. , b_in^ ms year> with ^ addition of r'ay morning Henry Orsmby was MW eT]jtertainment stunts. Ini-pee.t- awakened, hy someone trying .to break to be tlhe real purpose of the contests, however. "The principle of horse pulling ccntestsof this kind"', says Prof. H. -,___,,, ,_ . . _ __ J- Gallagher, of -ML S. C, who is in .^t__°'TJ_'e _..._?__ _^re£L °f. * Charge of tine dj-nalmiometar,^ is not merely to fu.nni--.h entertainment or see how much mora one team can pu*"! than another, but' is rather to ?! v^, j JE-*tS ™S*f 6h« ^tensive dollege experi- Seturmine and amT>ha«fee the factors mto his baick door, and stood **_mB -. ^^ Iats and fieW vls*?ts to ^ ^u^^J^^^^^J^X for th^ to enter with a shotgun m^^ h d and OI.cliar<35. and J"^. l1!^8 re^ ^£T '1!fmiyV^ ' *nfo.*nial .onference with agricultural to Wla* reception. reoeyuuu. But 'tihay, too, left uub ; -mM.-ii-- -.U.UOI-J1.W .iu. -41-vu^w The ,compiete itinerary of conftedts P"emi?es without gTttmglnssde the . WW^sts will occupy the morning, already booked for the lower pe*niPSu. ■house iA big general misetmg, with onie or,-,a toUow&: Tojlif1 ,WpA fa±r_ T(mia „ , 1 la follows: Ionia iWee fair, Ionia, Along after midnight Monday men ! ti™*™ ^' T^ «*eakera and a Aug. 18.19- isabeiia county faftr, Mt. tried to _& A. Tl. Tailor, _t the west *** wnc&rt' ^ te told ln the af' ridge of tpiwn, (to eiamie .out to his fill- t€,rnooln- ling station, Wt scenting d-a.niger, he refused. The.reupion t t'hiey -almos wrecked his gas pump before he -could !fri*#i-ten tihem away with bullets. Hutzel & Schnirring's gas pump was broken into the saimie night. Sun.d-ay night someone sftole Julius Marion's big Huidsetm car, .and it has not been heard from since. To stop this business it may be Pleasant Aug. 25-26; Carp Fair Asso- „ , _ _ . - iciation, Cam Aug 27; Northeastern Details «f the entertainment side. ivrifhigan fair, Bav Citv. Aug. 31; of the program will be announced; Bad ^^ fail. Ba^ Ax^ ge(p.t t_2. later, aocorditog) to Depni R. S. Shr.w, . Washtenaw oountv fair, Ann Arbor, charm-man of Bhe Farjners Day CMm-!Sept. i; Sanilac oountlv fair, Saiin mitt,ee- i dusky, Setpt. 8-9; Livingston icounty i fair, Howell, Sept. 10; Jackson coun- FBUIT GKOWURS PLAN j ty fair.. Jackson, Sept. 13-14; Saginaw STATE OECH1KD TOUR' co,1T1lfc5r ^air- Staginaw, Sept. 16-117; I Lenawee county fair, Adrian, Sept. _._ _.._, ..... , . . . The-- annual ordhan.-ls tour of the j 21-22; North, Branch Agricultural S0- •neicessary to .do as they did in pioneer Michigan Staite iHortiit ultural Society, ciety, North Branch, Sept. 23-24; .days, foi-mi a v.ngilante band, and take will be held in ,«he "Grand Traverse" Raton county fair. Charlotte, Sept. tump c'oing night guarri duty with district cm July 23 and 24 this year, 2S; Grangers, Gleaners & Farmers miuakets. It evidently is 'the work of according to announcement just made fair, Big Rapids^ Sept. 30. tramp .tourists, attracted to the road b.v the coming of -worm weather. W'- by H. D. Hootman extension si ec- Manjy fairs and 'aierioultural .mieet- do not believe local talent could be thit- society, responsible for aill of it. ralist at M. S. C. and secretary of ings in the upper peninsula will also MAPLE SUGAR AND SIRUP REPORT HER HOME IN BRIDGEWATER Miss Kate Reyer, who had been in be booked .for showings of the dyna- "Working out from Manistee and momeftei*. Trav«r?e City, the .roulte of the tour will iMlu-e bot-h leadiing orchard Mgs OTE BEYEB MES AT districts -and also same of tne m.>?t seen.'c drives in the rta.e. C cries Tlhe season was unusually favora- in the famous orchards of tho scc- ble for snap]* piroducbloni this year, tion Will stm be on the trees, it is failing heal|Uh for several months. While the spring was backward and said. . died ajt her home iin Bridgewater tapping did not bogin until' March 20 Among the special fieajtyr-es to be Thursday afternoon, June 3. Funeral in Michigan and ;tjbout the 18th in visited /Wing the *■'■?. alccor,Mn?r to services were conducted .at the home other states, tlie run lasted until Mr. Hoobman's announcement, will Sunday alfitemoon by Rev. B. A. War- April 20. As the latter part of M:irch he: the .rrd raspberry secti n of rem and burial was in Saline, was (relatively Q)ol, the principal Onekema: the Thrushweod orchards Katharine Anna Reyer, second portion of t'he sugar was miace in elf A. J. Ro-*|ers. a,t Beulah; sweral. daughter olf Paml and Katharine Anna April. There was very little rain other leading orchards in this s,an_e' Reyer, nee Guthardt, was born Jan- during the time, nd the quality of sa^t-ion* the Grand Traverse Paickingtuauy 7, 1845, at Bridgewater. In 1886 batlh sugar and sirup was unusually Co. Plan*-; and the famous "*Golc*ien j she came to live with the family of T*>wer," from which 250,»")00 fruit Collumlwis Aulls, where she; spent trees maty be seen FIRST BAND CONCERT OF SEASON Will Be Held in Saline on Wednesday Evening of Next Week. The Observer is pleased to announce that the first free open a.ir con cart of iihe season, will be given by the local hantd on the public, square nest Wednesday .evening. The following ex-- cellont program has bean prepared for the occasion, and we anticipate a large crowd will be pi'esent to enjoy the music: March, "On tihe Mall" Edwin Frank Goldman. Overture, "The Scarlet King,*' Fred JewelL March, "Clneinnatus," H. A. Van- dercook. Popular number. "Thanks for the Buggy Rilde." "Trombone Smiles," Fred Jewell. Overture, "Lone Star," Edward Hazel. March. "The Pageant of Columbia,*' Vandertocok. "Star Spangled Banner." Th.e conceit will begin promptly at 8:15. Bo an hand for the opening number. "THE KEEPER OF THE BEES" Famous Play at the Liberty Tliioatre Saturday and Sunday. For the first time in the hii-Tory of motion pictures, so- far as is known the character created by a great novelist may be seen in the fle?h, just ais she was when her persionalitiv inspired GE.ne>-StrattK>n-Poriter 'to writ'1 her into a novel. Or rather, she 'may be seen on the screen—not in the flesh. For Gene Stratton Monr-e, eleven yeair old .granddaughter .of the fanious author, is aptoepring in "The Keeper of, the Bees" in the part which tihe lafe Mrs. Porter wrote- around her —fhe "Little Scout." It was Uhe hiry- .-.Ipws'h. V-m-brsy, livable personality df little Miss Monroe which originally caused "The Keeper oif the Bees" to be written; and literally millions of reajders who followed this facinating 'tale in McCall's Msgazine may now know just what the "Little Scout" looked like and '.compare her with the menjtal pictures they have drawn of her. "The Keefpeir of 'the Bees" comes to .the Liberty Theatre on Saturday and Sundajv .It is brilliantly cast, directed by Leo Meehan with the distinction! which icharacteriz'ed "The Girl of the Limberlost"; .and miore than .adheres fairh.ful.lJy to the sp-irit and Letter of the original story. TO DEMONSTRATE NEST HAY MAKING METHODS Tor,-. List of County "Hay Booked By M. S. C. Days" to a statement just gpod, acoordin issued. Only about fiour per cent of the Michigan product Is made into sugar,, all o'f the remainder being vro-luced as sirup. The quality was rated at 99 p;:r .cent as compared with a high medium grade. The ruling -rrice to tihe producer in most sections was $2.25 per galtai for sirup. It is esj- timated that three per icent more trees were tapped this sprinc than in 1925. the total being 863,000. The WISE-KUDER Friends here have iec€|ived the announcement of the marriage o'f Miss Bessie E. Ku-'.eir, daaghter of Mr. and Mirs. Almon Kuder, of Clin ton, to Allen Mrs. (Harry Th'e b,ri e 'has been a teacher in nearly all of her life. March 22, 1924, she suffered a paralytic stroke froim which she never recovered, and in February, this year, she fell at her homie (fracturing h-?r hip. from which injury sihe was a great sufferer to the time of her death. When heir health - permitted she attenaed the Congre- len B. Wise son of Mr. and _ gatIonal ^^ M\__s ,place_ sll!s fc y Wise of Canton. . E,,irviv„j Kv *$___._*__ sjetpr^ rht> Mri.-ses survived by tihree sisters, the Mioses , _ , _. ... , Mary andl Ldis Reveir of Bridgewater s.os,u. .... ^-a w^JS OTO,„„„. .„, the -S0110^? of Lenawee and WaSht^l;md Mrg william scovlll of ypsilajlti, production nf sirup amounted to ™,w counties for the pa=t four years, also Bemcal ,nieces ^^ Mphews._ 300<000 gallons and of sugar, 100;000 and,has gained a icroutatiicn df P*»-• Ciinton Local pounds. Thfe is the Ur-e-est total ^smg rare abili^ The past year, ^^^^JZ^J'rt* ^e^al^a^Lnai^rn^lBOT SERIOUSLY HURT tend 'to her theiir bes!- wislhe-*. She j Edwafld Beasley, Manchester High has also been very prominent in so- school student, is in. a serious condii- cial and .club organizations through- tion in a Jackson 'hospital follwwip-- out the county. an au'tom'oibile accAdirnt near Catho,,ic Mr. and Mrs. Wise left on a motor chuirch about 1 o'clock Sundav morn-n noi-nd-; The dain in croduotion over wed*'<nS WP *» Niagara Falls and ing, when the car in whilch "he .and 1Q2S^m around 25 SS cent The ot!her eaBtenl ^^^ and v,'^Jl thelr thre« bo>' crmpanions were rising 1J25 ^vas around la per cent ine Tefcum ^^ make their -m^ wit,h rolled orar three times. the groom's parents of Clinfton town- Two of the other boys from Brilge- sh'Sp. In the fall 'the bride will onto? water, sustained a fcrc*ken arm and more resume her duties as teacher leg. while the third, Carl Lehr of in the Forbes school. Manchester, was uninjured. Beasley , susfainnd internal inju-ri s in-.luiing The Beautiful and The Dumb puncturei lungs. The boys weire en route to thfiir homes fr'om W.amplfr's The aver<i.ge yield of sugar per tree was 2.9 pounds. The total production! for all1 of ths leading states, ten in number, was 2,577'C00 pounds of sugar and 3,900,- 000 gallons of sirup. The average yield olf sugar per tree was 2.2 quality averaged 96 per cent as leam- ps-red with 93 per cent in 1925. While Michigan and Indiana tapped more trees than in 1925, there was a total of 68.000 less trees tapped in the 10 important states. The cutting of milaplle forests Ihas caused a steady decline in the industry for many The town's very worst jokester ]aka—Times News years, the reduction, in number of looked into the eyes of his Sheba. Youn°- Beasir.v 4 a nenh^w df Mr trees tapped since 1920 .amounting to j <Tm going to Yukon," he said, m* Ml^. Thomas Schurtz and ires three and one-half nuHloas trees. , quietly but tensely. ; m-ade, his home with them Tor manj" "Oh, Harold," she said, "why are TCaTS. They were in Jackson Tues- you going so far away?" 5^ to can"on him at the hos-^al. "I'm not going far." he assured her. en(_ v-rhjie he suffe-ied a broken collar "Just out on the porch, and Yukon my bone, Shoulder blade and four ribs, be- ukelele."—ion,ia News. g^gg t*je puTOpture in his lungs, he is gaininig -soma and unla-s .coiir-.pliea- MUSKRSAT FARMING- fions set in bids fair to come out all PROFITABLE INDUSTRY ri2ht in time. New York was the leading state i*n pimduct'on this year; .Vemmiont was second; Ohio, third; and Midhigan, fourth. Methodist Olnm-ft Notes Reuben Croeb?-. Paator Sen-ices next Sunday, at 10:00, j At a meeting of the Board of Direc- morning worship; .at 11:15 Sunday! tors of the Great Northern Muskrat Founi'l—Aimber rimi spectacles, Fn- sehoel: 6:30, ESKworth League; 7:30, Farms last week, a dividend of 15 da>*- Jime 4- Owner may have same evening worship. per went was voted to stockholders by desioribing property and paying Thursday evening, 7:30, prayer,: of record June 9. Information as to &%" "tMs notice. Bernard Boettg-r. praise, address. Chilid.renfs Day esercfeeg on Sundaiy, June 27. Bnogram by school. Baptism of. infant**-, tehUHifeii, adults. future poGSibiQities in this industry will be gladly Jfurnashed. by Henry To every cloud there is a silver lin- Marley, Sales Manager, 907 West ing, but most people arc looking for Cross street, Ypsilanti.—Adv. 39 gold. Most effidenit ameShods of handlitaig Michigan's 57mfiMlon dollar hay crop will be sihown in a series of count}' hiay days or demonstrations which are to be held throughout the state this summer .under the anispioes of the crops department a.t the Miehigan State college. Ths flrst of the demonstrations was scheduled ifor Washtenaw county June 14 and 15, while the series will end in Antrim county on July 9. Six teen caun(ties are already listed for "shows," while several more will ba added,, according to L. D. Kurtz, iex- tensibn specialist at M. S. C. who is art-anting the hay days. The hay .crop is said to be the most valuable grown in Michigan, even exceeding oorni its nearest rival. An estimate; thajt from five t* ten -dollars per ton can be saved on the crop by proper 'handling gives an idea of the importance of proper harvesting or "hay making" practices. Newest methods of curing land handling the crop are brought out during the Hajy Day meetings hy actual demonstration: on the field. Farmers in the territory surroudinig each meeting gather for the day, watching the work .and gritting information on 'hay pra.ctiqes. Christian Science Notes. The Christian Science society of Saline holds its services in the hall over the Citizens bank, Sunday at 10:30 a m. Subject: Is the Universe, Includ*- ing Man, Evolved by Atomic Force? Testimonial meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30. A cordial invitation is given to all. Sunday school immediately follows the morning service to which pupils, under 20 may be admitted. THE OBSERVER LINERS- Classified Advertising lc PER WORD EACH INSERTION* Liberal Discounts on Ads Running a< Month or Morf-. Scratch pads for sale at this office. For Sale—TimotOiy Hay. Dieterle. Christ 38c. Cemplete stocks at lewest prices » Dietiker's. Dr. Henderson's dental office in Saline will be closed until August 16. Use Wonder Feed for those chicks. None better. Saline Mercantile Co. Wanted—Miss Selma Higgins focal! The Tavern Hotel. Phone 63. Watkins Quality Products. B. W». Stutz, 210 Harris sstreet, phone 128. For Sale—Cleary scholarship,, cheap if taken soon. Wiedman Auto Company. DON'T FORGET TO ORDER THAT FERTILIZER. SALINE MERCANTILE COJIPANY. Try our Solitfi High Test gasoline. Ths car will start easier. Wiedman Auto Company. For Sale—Three young icows 2 springers and 1 new milch. Arthur Miil'er, phone 19. 38tf Los!t—Pocketbook, about three* milies west of Saline <*.**• paved road. Finder please phone 34-F2. 38x For Sale—Samson Tractor w'.th P.- & 0 ' plows. Priced to sell quickly.- Wiedman Auto Company. Monnments, Markers and Cemetery Work of ali kinds. Jos. L, Arnct. Auir Arbor, Michigan, pheoe 8914. Calling- cards, wedding invitatibna and anno'sneempnts, either printed or engraved, at Thc Observer office HORSE COLLARS Buy your horse collars here ami save money, Henry O, Dieterle;. Genuine 13-plate Ford Storage ba€^ teries, with rubber case, guaranteed for one year, only $15.00. Wiedmaa Auto Company. Wanted—Cattle to pasture by the week or season; 60 acres good pasture with waiter and ^hade. A. C. Lange, phone 76. LIST OF RURAL PUPILS WHO RECEIVED DIPLOMAS Following is a Hist of pupils of Uhis vicinity .of rural schools who received diplomas at eighth grade exercises receritly held in Ann Arbor: Bi-idgewiater township—Mable Armbruster, Mary V. Crane, Addie Mae Gilbert, Harley E. Gilbert, Francis Lucille Green, Eugene Hill, William* Kulenkamp, Arthur Lowery, Ruth Rawson* Glenn A. Randall, Wilma Schumacher, BSLher E. Staib, Ruth Warner, and Viola Fay Wright. LoJi townshi—Milford B-.nnerm.an. Adolph Kappler, Norman A. Moore, Dale Noble, Earl St:eb, Clara Toney and Earl Tessmer. Pi'1'.sfield township—Dora Burger. Bernice Christnsr, Chester Clark, J. Laura Deake, Florernee K. Hort r, Melvin Hartman. Helen (Holtzmann, Gladvs Kline and El-iwari Lavender. Saline township—Raymond B?ll- more Carl W. Carr, Luell'a Finkbeiner, Ernest Girbach, Kerry Gor- don^ Dean Gordon., Willard C. Graf, Mvrtal Gibson, Clarenr«i Hertler Silvia Layer, George McGuire, Hal F. Pewrs. Stanley E. Robi-on, Lucille Rwhrtt, Frederick Matfi Seeger Lo- rede Seeg£r, Florence Seeser. Lawrence Tucker, and Arthur Wird- niayer. Yerk towns'* ip—George Bishop, Lucir Crair- Tbe'ma Pa-ist Donald Guenthier, Frieda Guenther, Frank Jorrten. Louise Loveland, Beth Lewi's Ger-rge McTagpert. France*. M=>n,e-us. Marguerite Roof, Ona Seafoss, Isabel Smith, Andrew Bietfker. Harrison, Sanf.crd, Ber«tr'ice Sehmid, Katherine S'chmir', Florence Ttoomian Harold J. Wirth and Golda Walther The Lord ru'*p11p*s us with briins and tbe p'ower to employ thean to our advantagei but he .balks at following us -around aind- doing ifihie kindergarten stunt at ev Wanted-—To rent .good modern six or more room house, cefnti-ally iccatr- ed preferred, not later than "August 15. Phone 257-F3. 40x Whenerer in th© market for gummed labels, get Observer samples and prices. Our line embraces every* thing in the label line. Emil H. Arnold, Optometrist. 22(» S. Main street, Ann Arbor, specializes in superior eye examination and glasses at reasonable prices. For Sale or Rent—160 acre .farm; good buildingisv 2% miles from Saline on good roart. $125 per acre on easy terms. A. C. Lange, phone 76. For Sale—Some good houses and building lots in. Saline land Ann Air-* bor; also several small farms near town on easy teanrnis. A. C. Lange, phone 76. YOUR PICK Of Several Good ToHrlMgs With sftarters. $50.00. GEO. V. COOK Authorised Cherrolet Dealer Phone 61 A GOOD HOUSE with furnace, lights and bath, ifull basement; fine large, garage; plenty of firuit. 3-4 acre of land; on amain street. $5#00.00 will buy this desirable place if sold in next 30 days. A splendid place to raise chickens. WILLIS M. FOWLER. Leading Chica-go, Manufacturer has* a fine Piano and Player Piano in'the vicinity of Saline slighjtly used and parf-ially pai'l for. Wonderful opportunity for parties willing to (complete small monthly payments. Write quick for full, confidential informa-* tion to P. O. Box 172. Chicago, "OlliH nois. 37tf Wanted—People in this Yiel-»ity who have any legal printing required in the settlement of estates, etc. hy have it sent .to this newspaper. The rates are universal in suiHi matters and to have your notices a-jpear I* this pater it is only nnrmaaarr t» amst thai
|Title||1926-06-17; 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;|
|Copyright Permission||This material is in the public domain.|
|Title||1926-06-17; Saline Observer|
|Publisher||LeBaron & Nissly|
|Subject/Keywords||Saline (Mich.) - Newspapers; Washtenaw County (Mich.) - Newspapers;|
|Copyright Permission||This material is in the public domain.|
SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY, MICH., THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1926
A Place of Safety and
You and you alone can know the eon-
tents of a safe deposit box at this Bank.
You hold the keys and no one can open
your box. Call and let us show jovl our
vault and the new sections of safety deposit boxes that we have recently installed.
Less than one cent a day protection absolute.
Saline Savings Bank
The One Story Bank on the Corner
Member of Federal Reserve Bank
The Quality Grocery
FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT
Recently one of our customers told us that she appreciated the excellent service and careful attention we gave each dfetailm-frllisig* our orders.
That is the real reason we can point with pride to
our many satisfied patrons we seirvei each day. It
is the high grade g*oods we carry in all departments and the excellent service we make it a point
to give our customers at all times.
BASEBALL SEASON OPENS
.Saline's Young Men's Team Cops two
Saline's Young Men's club opened
the twilight scries of hall games at
Clatrk's park Tuesday evening, a
team fonm Milan being their opponents.
The 'contest was .an exceptionally
good one, and several good plays were
pulled off by Hie.locals. Caupy Gvos