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-VOLUME 47 The BANK That SATISFIES ADHERING [constantly to. the Qualities of-efficiency of-promiptneiss; o£**coiu!rtesy of-aeeuracy AND the principles of co-opiesra- tion and .loyalty^ our eiustotmers speak of this institution as THE' BANK THAT SATISFIES. BE ONE OF OUR COMBINATION. YOU WIEL ENJOY OUR ASSOCIATION. WHEN there is only ONE si die to- a QUESTION there: CAN be no argument Saline Savings Bank The One Story Bank on tlie Corner The Quality Grocery PSOttE 86 FOR GOG© THINGS TO DAT \mmmm«mwmwmmmw Answering Every Grocery Need WE BELIEVE *tbst'the Grocery, tesiness should be on a service bisis.- And that's ®ne reason why we keep ©"ur rs"t©eks ciomplete aaad -always Iresh-, Our force, both -mb "the counter mnd at the telephone, have* the same spirit of sewieet.. Phone 86 MARTIN PUOSS Dixie High Test Gas COSTS MORE PER GALLON, r COST PER MILE IS LESS! "' You'll like the easy starting, power - and pep it gives your motor.. Dixie • stations have it. • THE POWER TO PASS—THAT'S DIXIE GAS! ALUMNI TAKE HIGH TEAM INTO CMP W<m By Score of 31 to 11 In Opera House Friday Fleming; ■Salilne again failed to defeat 'the .AJtUimni, who registered 21 points- to* :1U for the High School. Composed of three ol last yeaT's lEflgh school team, "Sab-mid, .Anr'ill and 'Beasley respectively.; the Alumni *was 'better in every department of play except in fouling, in which they *coml- mltted the most, and -deserved 'fro 'win. "While the score, "shows ;that this •year's team is not -as .good as last, providing figures mean anything, it is only to be expected that the Alumni should win, as th;ey are 'older and more experiemced players. The Alumni used the- huddle system, in which th© teami groups togeth BEAVER FARM NOW IS '. OPERATED NEAR MORLES I Mecosta county has its fox farms, .'also its muskrat ranches, but it has remained fw Franklin G. Hubbard, of Howard City, to give Mecosta its first heaver raaicb. .Although still in its exxjerimeatal stages, Mr. Hubbard believes .that within five years he -can 'build up a very profitable business in beaver pelts, which are worth from §35 to -3-1100 each. • He* started his farm early in June in .£i»tna township about three miles west of Morely. A fair sized stream flows through his property -and its banks are heavily forested with birch and poplar. Along this stream hel| has fenced an area 300 feet wide hy ■BOO'feet long. ' He secured twelve adult beavers jlrom the Michigan department -of er for about ten. seconds In getting .^conservation. These beavers were the next play. This is the, 'first time : taken frpni the remote sections of in two years that, the teaimhas played ' .the upper peninsula^ by state twra- against an opponent using this sys- j^g because they.' were clamming rem. . | ° The whole Saline team played well, while with the Alumni the old familiar dribble of Oappy Gross, and Buz- zy's floor-sweeping acts were very much in evidence; and -with the other members of the team it -brought hack into the minds of the spectators "when they, too, were on Saline teams -of other years. So Saline shall have to "wait another year for a victory over the;Alumni, and let's hope that then- they will wim: Saline's next game is with Beller ville on Friday night, December 2. THE LINEUP ALUMNI B Schmid, rf 3 2 ....:.....*.o Beasley, If TCuebler, c Aprill, rg 1 Gross, lg : 4 TP 6 4 0 2 9 10 1 3 22 STAEBLER OIL COMPANY Orders may be left at Cook's Garage Phone 61' SALINE B F P TP Pr-ebyn, rf .... 1 0 0 2 Estermyer, If 2 2 0 4 Hutzel, :c 1 1 '0 3 Martin, rg .0 0 0 0 Gordon, lg 0 0 0 0 .streams which flooded, state highways. Mr;, Hubbard paid $25 each for them. The' little- animals accepted their removal as a matter of course and are Soursliing in their new home. They .are /busy building d dam and have .already built winter Waiters of mud ancl sticks. The feeding problem is a simple one, for the beavers eats nothing but poplar and birch saplings and .there are enough trees in tlie enclosed area to last two or three years. The second growth timbers on the Hubbard farm is sufficient to provide a food supply for years. The little animals propagate rapidly. They are extremely hardy, suffer from few ailments and are immune to cold weather. Mr. Hubbard expects his be.*rvers to multiply by six yearly, and p; ssiKy more, and if things progress as well as he expects he hopes to have seventy or more of the animal.*-*, by nexf fall.—Howard "tity Record. New rtules have been received from the State Department of Health, which are of gneat importance, and which* should be brought to the attention of al] the people. The matter of reporting all communicable- diseases is required most emphatically. It should be done immediately, and the householder is hold responsible, If there is no at-. tending physician. The communicable diseases required to be reported to the health officer, are: Actinomycosis, aiaisylostomiasis, an- tfax, chickenpox., cholera, dengue, dilphtiheria, dysentery-baicillary, epidemic, encephalitis, erysipelas, favus, German miaasles, glanders, gonorrhea, influenza, . leprosy, malaria, Malta feverj measles, meningitis, mumps, ophthalmia- neonatorum, paratyphoid, plague, pneumonia, infantile paraly- sis, rabies, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, scarlet fever, septic sore throat, smallpox, syphilis, tetanus, trachoma., tiuberculosis,, tularemia, typhoid fever, typhus fever, Vlnicent's angina, whoioping coluigh, yellow fever. Soma of these -are rare diseases in Michigan, but any or all of them might oeeuir. Absolute quarantine will be snada for diphtheria, scarlet fever, smallpox,,-meningitis and infantile paralysis. Isolation will be required for measles, whooping cough, chiickenjpox, German measles, mumps and diphtheria carriers. Fumigation of houses .after any of these diseases will no longer be, done at public, 'expense. It is not considered .necessary, and is not recommended or lecjaired by the Department. If, however,, :any citizen will feeil more secure in his home, and is willing to pay for the material used, the health officer will do thej fumigating for him, but mot otherwise. Rules for making- all things harmless, so far as the transmission of disease is concerned, will be given by the health officer. .School children, teachers or other persons who have been living in quarantined premises, shall not return to school, nor have similar contacts with -other Children for seven days after leaving quarantine, regardless of whether they have been sick or well. -School children. in aill cases, must shave the health officer's" permit" before they may return to school. Please clip this notice and preserve it; for the information may be useful to you. J. B. WALLACE, M. D., Health Officer. 4 3 0 11 Summary—Score at' half, Aluimni 11, Saline 7. Substitutions, Mohrhardt for Martin, Carr for Gordon, Lambarth for 'Mohrhardt. Referee, Tanner. An larror was made in announcing the score, which being read as 21 to 9 was really 21 to 11. W. C. 1. V. MEETING •" The W. O. T. U. met at the home of Mrs. G. T. Alexander Thursday afternoon. Although only~a few attend- Methodist Church Notes Reuben Crosby, Pastor Services for Sunday, 27th. inst: morning worship at 10:00, Sunday school at 11:45. A Special service with which the League service will be merged and in which Leaguers will take a part. This is in harmony with the League program for Win- My-Ohum period, -which climaxes next Sunday. Thursday being Thanksgiving day, .a union Thanlksgiving service in the Federated church wil'5 be held'at 7:30, to which all axe invited. On|. Sunday evening last, as well as WILLING WlOMERS The club met at the, home of Mr. ■and Mrs. Robert Dunn. November 7, for their annual dinner^ to which husr bands and sons, etc., were invited. Ye scribe saw four generations of one family—.grandmother, daughter, granddaughter and great-grandson. The dinner was one of *par excellence.'' It was estimated that there were- nearly 100 present. The guests of hoonir were Rev. S.. T. Dunk and wife. Mr. Dunk favored those present -with one of his fine balks,, that was"=d» the point as usual. He reminded us of our duty to be thankful, not only on Thanksgiving day., but every day; thankful for the daily blessings tliat wa are apt to take as "a matter of coiurse." . His words were enjoyed by all. Robert Dun>n favored ns with several selections em the violin, and ho can fairly make it talk. It is an heirloom*, a Cremona, with the name of -Antoine Stradiveri upon it, and purported to .have been made in the 17th. century. If authentic, It is worth a s-mall fortune, beside the fact that it was his father's. Mr. Dumk also sang a sola, accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Heilmian. Tne club sang America, and after a short business session, adjourned to meet with Mrs. Hazel Gordon December 15. Roll, call, "Why 1 Work." ed, those present enjoyed listening to _ a report giVen- by Mrs. Carl Curtiss in the morning, Thanksgiving hymns _c — -_j3, -T-- , 3, __i_„_ _33__ , *were given; the levening Junior choir, of an "address, she, heard while attending the .convention of women's clubs at Saginaw, given by Gilbert Gordon, an Australian, who has been sent to the United States by his government to gain an unbiased opinion of prohibition in this .country. So far his investigation seems to be very much in. favor of the 18th Amendment—in spite ,of so many arguments against it—iSaad^ arguments hie termed as "lpc.se jtalk," and-be gave some very convincing statistics which -would label them as such. Following the report and discussion, Mrs. Alexander served; tea and Wafers. The next meeting will be .held January 26 at the home of M'rs. Roy Rogers. 16 strong, sang splendidly, and E. L. ■Cramer reported the work "of the late State Sunday School convention. -It was an excellent report,' Well received, and mueh appreciated, as was Rchard Cramer's WihflVIy-Chum address. There was a good audience, and a good hearing of all parts of the program. A special offering for the Methodist hispltal, The Bronson, at Kalamazoo of over twenty dollars was taken. Honest to goodness that is the best fitting corset 1 ever had on!" That wias a customeir who* just went out of the_ stores We hear- .such expressions every 'day from our customers. ■ •When it is a MOSA'KD GARMENT it is likewise the best Hooking' garment she ever had on. TRY ONE! THE QUALITY SHOP 109 West Liberty Street . ANN ARBOR TO ALL MASONS The regular annual meeting of the Masonic Masters' Association will be held at Milan, on Monday, November 28th. Dinner will - be served promptly at 7:00 o'clock eastern standard time. Charge, 50c per plate. M, M. degree will be conferred by the various Masters of the county." Degree Work by. "degree team of Golden Rule Lodge, No. 159 of Ann Arbor.- * MAILING RADIO CATALOGS FROM Mi, S. 0. STATION Printed radio catalogs, giving complete-schedules of all the, radio siehool and entertainment features to. be broadcast this winter from -the Michigan State. college station, WKAR, are being miailad out free oh request of the stat|ik>n„ according to a ■report from the college. Federated Church Notes S. T. Dunk. Pastor There will be a union Thanksgiving service on Thursday night at 7:30 in the Federated. church. The public is cordially invited to attend. Let us thank God for our many benefits, and express our thanks to' Him by meeting in His house. Sunday, November 27, missionary thank offering in the morning at 10:30. * This will be a splendid opportunity to make* quit Thanksgiving practical.; Come "and bring your friends. Bible school as usual at 11:45, and Young peoples service at 7:'0O o'clock. The evening service will be brief and bright, beginning i at 7:45. } All-are welcome to. all of these ' services. - Norris & .Smith struck oil on the Lester Raymer farm in Conway at a depth of 777 feet. The well, "which has been plugged*, yielded five barrels a day.—iPinckney Dispatch. READ THE LINER ADS TODAY! - 'AUCTION SALE Having decided to quit farming, the undersigned will sell at~Fublic Auctiian on the premises, luiown as the 'old Mike Alber farm, one mile west of SaMine. on U. S. 112 and one.- half mile south; on Wee nestlay. NoYonib'cr 30, 1927, commencing at l'O o'clock sharp the following described property: Stock—Gray horse 11 years old, wt, 1800; bay horse 11 years old,-wt. 1800: pair gray mares! 11 y,rs old, wh 3'000; 2 Holsteins 5 years old, 2 Holsteins 6 years old, Jprsey 5 years old, Durham 6 years old, Halstein 9 years old, Herford 5 years old, Holsein- 7 years old, Guernssey 2 years old, Hpl- stein 2 years old, start to freshen ih Jaoraary and February. 32 Blacktop" ewes, 28 lambs, 2 rams 2* years old, 1 standard Delaine; 1 Blacktop. 5 sows, 24 pigs1, 5 shoats 14'0 pounds each; 19 shoats, 75 polands each; 50 hens; 50' pullets; 50 roosters; 25 geese; 15 ducks. Deering grain binder, McCormick corn binder, Deering mlower, Gale corn planter,, Belle.View manure spreader, new International hay larder, 2^row new McCormick-Deering cultivator, Johnson siderake, HSasier grain iand fertilizer drill, Law Oliver sulky iplow, Oliver gang plow, 27-tooth springtoioth drag, 21- toothi springtooth drag, cultipacker, double clise, 2-seetion single drag, 6-horsepdwer. gasoline" engine, 2-H. P. gasoliniei engjhei, onerhor.se cultivator, 2 wide tire "wagons, narrow tire wagon, iron -wheel wagon, bob sleigh, galvaniztd milk tank, 4 milk cans, feed .cooker, some household* goods and other articles too numerous to mention, 15 tons^alfaJJa hay, 1,000 bushels oats, 12 acres jof. shock corn, 7 tons tircc-thy hay. ' Hot Lunch at noon. •Usual terms of sal© with 6 per cent interest, Mrs. M. F. .ALBER, Proprtetor. GUY THOMPSON, Auctioneer. Alwin Burkhairdt, Clerk. France <Mte Uncovered From War's Ravages Willard "Rouse Tells of Conditions There" and Elsewhere in Europe. While in town a few days since, Willard Rouse of Sacramento, California, enroiute home fj*om Ms trip with the American Legion delegates to the Paris convention and a general visit to Beropean countries, tells us that France is quiite recovered from World war, ravages. The. many thousands of acres .which were torn up with trenches are all leveled and nmder cultivation. He. speaks of Germany as being the most pros- jOjei-OHSi .and -the people quite, happy, but they, have no 'use for Kaiser Bill, hpr will they consent to his return to theiir land ;eSther before or after .death. He says they were especially courteous, to* the American boys and gave them, numerous pleasant receptions. The Italian people, too, seemed1 ta be gliaid o'f the opportunity to welcome our boys. These people have made very stringent laws comoerning the Bolshevists. When any o'f them are found they are put in jail where they are fed on castor oil -until'so1 weak and starved that they can scarcely m'ovei then are fired out of ,the country- He substantiated the fact that England is more, or less sore beicausie of the fact that they have lost their great world-wide financial power and control. * Willard, and wife, who accompanied him,, had a very pleasant and interesting trip. However, they do not deny the falct, that th© old U. S. is a, pretty good .country to live in. TBE OBSERVER LINERS Classified Advertising '6c per Tine first insertion, 4c per Une each subsequent insertion. MINIMUM CBLtRGE, 25 CENTS Complete stocks at lowest prices ■» Dietiiers. For Sale—Good work horse. Wiedman Auto Company. For Sale—New milch cow. man Auto Company. Wied- Send your acetlyne "welding to the Wiedman Auto Company. For Sale^—Bushel Crates. Mercantile Co., lumber office. Saline Naptha for cleaning purposes, at the Wiedman Auto Ctonupany. ACTORS CHARMED IN FILMING "MAGIC GARDEN" WMcli Comes to the Liberty Theatre This Week End. The spell of beauty found in the screen interpretation of "The Magic Garden," Gene Stratton-Porter's last story, was- not broken during the entire making of the piciidre. This F. B. O. produictiio'n,, which may be, seen at the Liberty theatre Saturday and Sunday, is centered about the romance of a young violinist and the beautiful girl who wanders Into his magic garden. The boy's part is. enacted by Raymond Keane, and when the time eaimei-for himi ta play the violin in the cmehanting love scenes, the aictor charmed everyone; by proving to be a finished musician. It was a delight to the entire east to watch the glorious romance spreened while Mr. Keane evoked enthralling melodies fromi the violin, and it gave a note of realism to"these sequences which never could have been, attained otherwise. Margaret Morris plays the role of the girl with rare beanty. Stop that knock with Ethyl gasoline. Wiedman Auto Company. Lost*—Yellow and white spotted fe-^ male Beagle. D Noble, phone 191-F23.. For Sah?—-Nearly new Ford truck at a bargain. Wiedman Auto Company. Wanted—Board and room for child of six years. Inquire at The Tavern. Barbecue. High class plumbing and heating. Estimates furnished, H. A. Schroen, phone 177-F4. For Sale—Seven pigs, 8 weeks old. phone 193-F2. Chester Whiter 'Charles Geyer,. Wanted—Small -or medium sized" farm in vicinity of Saline. Address. Box F, Saline. 9 Genuine Exide Batteries for only* $12.00. G. V. Cook, authorized Chevrolet dealer. For Sale-—200 Fine Wool breeding" ewes; aisa good potatoes. Lewis Ernst, phone 78. 8tf For Sale—1923 Ford .coupe, only §50.00. Wiedman Auto Company. SALINE WOMAN'S CLUB The Woman's CHub met with Mrs. E. A. Clank om Tuesday afternoon of lasij week- with thirteen members and three guests present. Roll icall -was responded to by sketches of ancient composers. The programi was in charge, of Miss Vesta Mills, who: read an excellent paper on earliest music and composers, assisted by Mi--s Florence Wiedmeyer, who gave .selections from, works 'of Bach, Beethoven and Haydn.* Mrs. Luther Briggs sang "Weeping Forever," by Handel. Miss Mills and Miss Wiedmeyer played an instru- miental duff. Mrs. Lewis Ernst gave an interesting sketch of "The .Messiah." Miss Katharine, Briggs sang a- sonsg entitled "In Time of Roses." The neit meeting will be held with Mrs. Roy Rogers, January 26. Genuine Foird 13 Pflate Battery now $10.00 and your old battery. Wied^ man Auito Company. For Sale.—A quantity of No. 2 potatoes, suitable for seed. F. R. Clements, phone 166-F-3. ~ 8tf Trucking of all kinds—10c per hundred; bonded and insured. Waltei Armbruster, phone 194-F31. 36tf Monuments, Markers and Cemetery Work of all kinds. Jos. L- Arnet, Ann Arbor, Michigan, phone 8914. USE WONDER FEED FOR THOSE LAYING HENS. NONE BETTER. SALINE "MERCANTILE COMPANY. 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: Anicient and Modern Necromancy alias Mesmerism and Hypnotism, Denounced. Testimonial sleeting 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. Use Avicol Tablets Tor White Diarrhoea and Cholera and keep those chicks'healthy. Saline Mercantile Co. I am again in the market for all kinds of poultry. Highest market prices paid. Frank Hollis, phone 183-F22. 7tf Auction sales best advertised bring most buyers and best results. The Observer prints the most effective kind of aucion bills and advertising that covers the country. FORD COUPE AT BARGAIN One 1927 Ford Coupe, at a right price. GEO. V..COOK Authorized Chevrolet Dealer Phone 61 PUBLIC AUCTION New ^-raom house ancl 2-car garage, two lots frontage on West Congress street, No. 1305, Ypsilanti, Mich., November 30t,h, -2:00' p>. m... Must be sold by ' WARREN LEWIS,, The Great Real Estate Auctioneer. . Terms very reasonable.. The restaurants Ann Arbor are doing some darn poor advertising for the city on football clays by profiteering and~taking advantage "of the visitors. Prices are doubled in some instances on that day and the food is handed out in smaller quantities. Why should the eating places charge any more on that day than any other— they should charge less. Civic authorities should take, this matter in hand and stop such outrageous profiteering as it offsets the visitors' Impression of the city. • They get the idea this city is a city of high cost of living and to than in many other cities Its size, except on football days.—Washtenaw Tribune. LINER ADS GET RESULTS! NOTICE No hunting or trespassing allowed on our premises. W. H. BARR, A. C. LANGE, MARY V. CADY. HOME BARGAINS Modern seven-room house and bath, oak floors and finish, double: garago- and on a large lot Also have six, eight and nine-room, houses, well lo»4- cated, and a choice building lot on a good street. These places are priced right for quick sale. A. C. LANGR TWO CHEVROLET COUPES Two 1926 Chevrolet Coupes in- splendid condition. TWO GOOD ONES 192.5 Chevrolet Touring and 1923; Chevrolet Sedan. GEO. V. COOK Authorized Chefrolet Dealer Phone SI Wanted—People in this viclnitr who have any legal printing required in the settlement of estate*, etc., lis have it sent to this newspaper. The rates are universal in such matter*. and to have your notice* «HMar te this paper it is only meceawry to writ the probate judge to aend theme here* &jK^^*;&hM..:*«a£suv- jpegfe*. H£*x&^TjiJk^'*msi&^M-*$t
|Title||1927-11-24; 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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|Title||1927-11-24; Saline Observer|
|Publisher||LeBaron & Nissly|
|Subject/Keywords||Saline (Mich.) - Newspapers; Washtenaw County (Mich.) - Newspapers;|
|Copyright Permission||This material is in the public domain.|
The BANK That
ADHERING [constantly to. the
AND the principles of co-opiesra-
tion and .loyalty^ our eiustotmers speak of
this institution as THE' BANK THAT
BE ONE OF OUR COMBINATION.
YOU WIEL ENJOY OUR ASSOCIATION.
WHEN there is only
ONE si die to- a
CAN be no argument
Saline Savings Bank
The One Story Bank on tlie Corner
The Quality Grocery
FOR GOG© THINGS TO DAT
Answering Every Grocery Need
WE BELIEVE *tbst'the Grocery, tesiness should
be on a service bisis.- And that's ®ne reason why
we keep ©"ur rs"t©eks ciomplete aaad -always Iresh-,
Our force, both -mb "the counter mnd at the telephone, have* the same spirit of sewieet..
Phone 86 MARTIN PUOSS
Dixie High Test Gas
COSTS MORE PER GALLON, r
COST PER MILE IS LESS!
"' You'll like the easy starting, power
- and pep it gives your motor.. Dixie
• stations have it. •
THE POWER TO PASS—THAT'S DIXIE GAS!
ALUMNI TAKE HIGH
TEAM INTO CMP