1927-03-03; Saline Observer
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A LIN VOLUME 46 BANK OF SERVICE WE USE EVERY LEGITIMATE MEANS TO AID OUR DEPOSITORS IN THEIR BUSINESS PROBLEMS. WE WILL BE GLAD TO TALK OVER BUSINESS MATTERS WITH YOU ANY TIME^ YOU WILL BE WELCOME HERB EVEN IF YOU DO NOT AT ONCE BECOME A DEPOSITOR AND CUSTOMER. Saline Savings Bank The One Story Bank on tlie Corner The ily Grocery PHONE 86 FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT YOUR NEEDS in good groceries cam be filled here. We- have a splendid variety in Uiie beist qualities anld we know o/ur courteous service., prompt deilivery and reasonable prices will please you. OUR GROCERY can supply you with quality prepared canned and package- goods,, including- meats, fish, vegetables, fruits and desserts, .©rider some for housecleaning' time., Phone 86 MARTIN FUOSS vestmzm <ry&ur Motor i Staebler-Kempf Oil Co Phone 242 Saline' Mich. SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY", MICH., THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1927 NUMBER 23 FINIS Saline's Oldest Citizen CalM To His Reward I TWELFTH CENTURY I DEPICT! o> on screen ^THE OBSERVER LINERS Classified Advertising* 111 But a C-.upie of Weeks, Michael Zahn Passed Away Last Wednesday Night. With the passing of Michael Zahn, Saline loses her oldest and one of her most highly respected citizen*' He was a man of q'uiet and home-loving disposition, being hut slightly interested in social activities or amusements, especially in his later years. He was upright in all of his dealings and friendly with all alike. Modem New Hatchery Klager Brothers of Bridgewater Have Ul'-t'i-date Establishment, The Klager Hatchery at Bridge^ water is now open for husiness and is ready for inspection hy the public at any time. There you wil find the most modern and scientific method for hatciiing baby chicks. The mam- mouth Smith incubator has been, developed after years of exhaustive work and is recognized as tl^e very latest and "best form of hatching. This machine holds 47,000 eggs. They are not all se,t at .once, hut half cf them are set every Monday and Thursday. It is entirely different from 'anything else in this country and we '.know you will he glad to drop in and let them shawl you how it works. It has the proper air circulation, proper temperature and correct ventilation. Everything is handled according to a definite tested schedule tesn-nhig healthy, sturdy chicks—the kind that will make you money. PHLLO LUOKHART IS CALLED HOME Died Very Suddenly Friday Night at the Home of Mr. and Mrs. George Ui)haus. Jersey Cattle Breeders Meet The Washtenaw County Jersey Cattle, IBreeders had their .-annual meet-, ing and banquet February 23, at the Y. M. 'G. A. hall in Ann Arbor. About forty-five were In attendance. The banquet was complimentary, 'Talks were given hy Mr. Heming- *way of Ann Arbor, C. A. Curtiss of Saline, George -Cooper -of vThe Oa*k- lawSs'," and Mr. Hagen, tlhe -county dl.iib leader. A motion picture, "Ifs a Splendid idea," "was shown by County Agent H. CS. 'Oslar. Old-time music was furnished hy Mr. and Mrs; C. D. PlnkJbeiner, Erwin Klager of Bridgewater and George •Hertler-,of the Ramblers orchestra. " Officers for the ensuing year are" President—E. C. Simimonds. "Vice-IPresidentt—James "B. Craig. Secretary-Treasurer—*C. D, Finkbeiner, Th--* report Saturday morning of the death of Philo Luckhardt came as a surpiise and shock. He had been around Friday as -usual until evening, when he complained of not feelins well and went to his room, where he rapidly grew worse until death came a few hours later. Philo Luckhardt was born in Germany July 18., 1863 and came to this country in 1884. Moat of his life had been spent in this vicinity. For some time he had made his home with Mr and Mrs. George Uphaus and had looked after the filling station for George much -of .the time. Deceased is survived by -two sisters, one in Dexter and one in Ann Arbor, besides many cousins. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the Uphaus home, Rev. C. H. Wittbracht officiating. Interment in Forest Lawn cemetery at Dexter. .MICHAEL ZAHN MetTMist Church Not«s Reuben Crosby, Pastor. Services for Sunday are as follows: Morning worship at lilfcaXD., .Sunday school M.-15. Epworth League 6:150, ®veriin,g '.-worship 7:30.' The pastor will be aole to agaisa take his j&aee in the pulpit Thursday evening, 7:30. ^hristiun Science Notes. The Christian Science society of SafSiine holds its services in rtifce 'hall over the Citizens bank. Sunday at 10:90 a, m. Sahject: 3fen. Testimonial meeting Wednesday events? g at 7:30. A cordial invitation is given *o all. Sunday school immediately follows the morning service to which -pupils under 20 may be admitted Groceries Of All Kinds We can supply, your grocery needs- Staple and fancy., Our stock is always fresh ;.arid of the;. best quality. If you have not already given us a trial we invite you ta do soj, and* we guarantee' yon. wiP b(e satisfied both* as to* quality and priees. E. H. COOK & SON RHONE 4&- '.' , &*iiESr^ €ABD «T THANKS It is twith .great sincerity that we express our gratitude to kind friends and neighbors w"ho so thoughtfuTSy tame to wur assistance in our -great "bereavement To Tt-ev. Wittbracht for his comforting words; to the quartet for the Imipressive! songs .rendered, and far the beautiful flowers. Miss Clara J. Zahn, Mr. and Mrs., John Zahn. Mr. •asd Mrs.'* Thomas Zahn. UEPUBMCAN CAUCUS The Republicans of lodi township will hold a caucus at the Town hall on Tuesday. March 8. 1927 at 8 o'clock: p. m., for the purpose of placing in nomination cadidates for the-various township -offices, and any other bust- ■ shovels. ■ness that miay properly come before. Usual terms of sale, DEATH OT MRS. KLETERSAAT. ! Mrs. Sophia Dorothy Kleversaat, ! who has been making her home with her dauglitejr, jMts. 'Sam Craig, south Df town, died Sunday following several strokes (during the past few weeks. She. ■jj^uorn March 5. 1853, im the : State of" New "York and came to Pe- ; tersburg -when only six years of age. i S|he w.as mjarried in 1871 to Charges ; Kleversaat <ot TDundee. She is sur- ■ vived T).y 'two daiughters, Mrs. Hugh j 'Craig and Jfes. "Sam Craig of Saline j township; two'brothers, John O. Zabel j of Toledo amd .Hudson W. Zabel of IPeters*burg; four grandchildren and j one -great- grandchild. j Funeral services Tvere held Tues- i day afternoon at the residence cf Mr. ' -ana Mirs.. Sam'Craig, Rev. S. T. Dunk j .officiating. Interment in Oak Hill ; cemetery,, on SfSaline township. | AUCTION "SALE j Having decided to quit farming we ': will'sell at.pifblic auction on the Mo- j Intyre farm, "2^ mffl.es northwest of j Milan, "5 miles south of Saline on th® Ridg" road, on ' Thursday, March 10, 1927, : commencing At 12 o'clock sharp, th? , following cleserfbe'd property: Stock—Sorrel :horse 13 yrs., wt. ;i4TO; 'black horse 13, wt. 1400; good i -work team,, -wt. "2200. Holstein S yrs., due "by day ol «ale; Holstein 8 iyrs., ; 'due in June; 'Holstein 7 -y.rs. hred . Jan. 24; roan 7 yrs.,, due Oct. 10; Hol- •s-tetin 7 -yrs. d>\d; "Jersey 7 yrs.. Poland Chine, sow 7 jts. oldy 4 gilts, due latter part-tSE April;'? shoats, wt. 15'Olbs.; : 13 shoats *wt. 50 lbs. '60 mixed pullets. Quantity of Alfalfa mixed hay. qua,ntit,y mixed timothv hay. 600 bu. [oats, S00 'bu. corn, "Quantity ensilage. 1 Implements, Etc.—^Fordson tractor and plows, -used one year; 8-ft. Deering grain binder, nearly new; McCormick corn 'binder, nearly new; 8-ft. cultapacker, Clearly -bsw;. sulky plow, New "Wiay hay loader,, side delivery^ ra"ka, 12-in. Syracuse *g^tng Eflow, near- : V new; 8-ft doublp tractor disk, surface cultivator, 2-row cultivator, nearly new; NTs«o spireader, in good shape; three 3-sec. springtooth drags, 3-sec. "wood drag, 2-sec. Steel drag, Oliver sullky plow, Deere corn planter, Dowagiac grain d^ill, in good shape; 80 rods new planter -wire, -wagon, 5-ft. Deering mower, TJirdsell -wagon and ! grain raeJs;, 2 sets heavy harness, in good shape; 6 u,ew steel-«ih.ielEen: coops, four 10-gal. mi!.k cans, 2 sanitary milk pails, 4-.burner oil range and oven, nearly new; Majestic range, hearing stove, some extra e-veners, 4 good log chains, forks, other articles too numerous to mention; scoops and Mr. Zahn was born in Wurtembcra, Germany, A*.;gust 29, 1835 and wa*-. one of eight chi dren, only one of whom survives, Mrs. Jacob Schirb of Ann Arbor township. One sister, Mrs. John Hahb, of Dexter passed away three days before Mr. Zahn. In 18)53 the family came to America and sett'ed on a form in Freedom township. Soon after their marriage -•he -•oung couple came to Saline ■township to establish for themselves a home. For several years deceased worked byr the day for Thomas Wood. By honest labor and strict economy they were soon enabled to acquire a farm of their own and it was there they enjoyed life together. On April '15.. 1862 Mr. Zahn was united in marriage with Miss Anna Doelker and to them four children were born, John, Thomas, Clara and Anna, "il .if whom., except Anna, survive him; also nine grandchildren, two great-igrandlchildren, and other relatives. Deconsed was a charter member of the Evangelical Lutheran clvurrh when that society was formed In the ae,rly seventies. Later he affiliated with St.. Pa-rl's church The subject of this sketch had always heen a hearty, Tobust man until some two weeks ago, when he was stricken with what later developed into pneum/nia, and he passed away at midnight Wednesday, FelsruaTv 23, 1937. Funeral services were held at St. Paul's church Sunday afternoon. *Rev. C. H. "Wittt-nacht officiating. "Inter- nv-nt '*n On%:wo"d ce-metery. URGE XA1ST) OTV1VERS HATE TOLICE POWER BUI Intro<lueefl Brat "Would Falce •a Game "Warden -of Owner <or !Renter, The owner or lessee of enclosed or , improved lands would In affect "be a • .game-warden, park guard and-deputy i sheriff* un,d*>r the provisions of a hill introduced in the Senate "by Senator Niorman ~B Horton of Fruit Ridge. The "bill specifically empowers owners of such lands to arrest without -warrant amy person found poaching, camping, hunting or fishing. Senator Horton complains that depredations "have "been committed on his* and other properties in Lenawee county and elsewhere "by campers, "hunters and! fishermen, who not only trespass hut spread fire anr* steal, - All land owners as fipecifled would under thte bill he empowered to hring alii trespassers into just-Ice cjou-pt without the necessity of calling for aid from 'enlforcement agencies such, as the sheriff's or game warden's offices, or elsewhere. Federated Church Notes S. T. Dunk. Pastor The services will be as usual. Morning worship at 10:30, Bible school 11:45, evening service 7:30. Young Peoples meeting on Thursday evening at 7:30. . "Douglas Eiiivbanks in Ro";in Ho***!-' ic PER WORD K.'.CH INSERTION Reproduces Stirring- Days of 800 Years .lg". Mankind owes a greatt deal to the rower of motion pictures fcr taking one back through the vista of years bygone and showing how things woie when "you were a tadpole and I was -> fish.."' Now comes Douglas Fairbanks and lakes folks back eight hundred years and reveals to them how things looked and how people acted when chivalry was at its zenith. He accomplished this notobly in his latest United Artr ists Production, "Douglas Fairbanks in Robin Hoed," which critics pronounce the greatest motion picture made, and which is coming Saturday and Sunday to the Liberty theatre The joys and sorrows of the stirring Twelfth Century in England havt* been lived over again in this midern day before the camera and the portrayal is deemed absolutely accurate, this whole production being based on every fact available in ?11 the records extant. The castle of the Norman period, ■suoroanded by the inevitable deer) moat, come*? to the screen as the result of the consummate skill of American engineers, arichitects, ar.tists r>nd artisans a*>d it is unqucsti; nahly 1 perfect replica of the center of kingly p.ctivifcv of SOD years oe*o Perhaps the most interesting sinsle feature af this cattle is tho tremen-'ou-- iVwbrid* e. whieh, when raided, makes the big structure in*cc ss'hle. +hnnks to: the depth and width of the ni'>:it. This dr.iwbrkyp is rr-iscd and V-wered with precision when ne1 ded •■nd it serves to support many riiount- d and unmoiu"t,3*l soldiers sml knivhts in numerous dashing charges '■i ami rut of the building. Realism abounds everywhere inside and outside this castle. For instance, tbe moat, is filled with beautiful water allies and live bullfrogs. Among the interior is a hanquet hall covering more space than the concourse in the Pennsylvania Railroad Terminal in New York City. Tlie floor in this banquet hall is composed of large concrete, vari-colored Ulocks said to be exact duplicates of the material and style in vogue those eight hundred years agou All the goldware used for banquets in "Douglas Fairbanks in Robin Hood" picture was patterned faithfuJIly after the specimens now in various museums. The knights or warriors of those diys in storming a castle, didnot die in the moats, but they considered it viery high honor if they could give up their lives beside their flagstaff or co^or-standard. The flagstaff, used .by Mr. Fairbanks was fashioned after'one* used hy King Richard. Its total weisrht "was three hundred pounds. During the many months in which fhe Pickfcrd-Fairhanks studios at Hollywooodl were given over to the fi1iming of this epochal photoplay, the whole place was constantly a maze o.f =ipears. About) two thousand spears "rd an -equal number of swords were n*=pfl and there were five thousand daggers besides. All of these weapons were hand-made and were the exact "onies of the very instruments of warfare which made the fighter of the "Twelfth O-ntury so formidable. Liberal Discounts :h .'•!.-, Running Month or More. a Complete stocks at lowest prices at Dietiker's. For Sale- phone 43. -Timothy hay. Tele- 23tf. For Sa^e—German pi-lice puppies. Phone 128. 21tf Fordson truck with body and cab. $125.00. "Wiedman Auto Co. Notice: Saws gummed, set and filed. O. Briggs, phone 137-F14. 2s, Lost—A good axe. Finder please call Sam Buehler, phone 212-F3. 24' Genuine Ford' Batteries at Wiedman Garage for only 812.00 the Watkins Quality Products. E. W. Stutz, 210 Harris street. Phone 128. For Sale—Holstein cow, fresh March 15. F. Clements, phone 166- F13. 24 Be the meeting1, Dated March 1, 1927. By Order of Committee. B. B. Crawford .and Hartman. Co. GUT THOMPSON Auctioneer, i Hoy D. Richards, Clerk. John D. Laiwson, Cashier. NOTICE—THIS IS VERT IMPORTANT. READ THIS!. Why pay from 12 to 13 'cts. per loaf for outside made breau wihen you can buy a loaf of Saline made bread] of more weight and- .a 'better quality at the Saline Bakery for 9 cts. a loaf, or- three loayes for 25 cts,? Give this bread a fair trial and test the quality and compare th© weightof the loaf on the scale with; any other make of biread, iand you .will be surprised to see that you are saving 4 cts. on each , loa.1" of bre.ad, besides the. extra weight! oif. bread the*loaf! -contains, which -;•".'" .' amouts to one cent each, totaling 5 Notice Farmers—-We have "a good fets.- per loaf, aav€(d' by "using home- seven room house), free andi clear, in- ina^le bread purchased at the Saline Tjpsillainti. to. exchange for a farm. bakery; George W. Hayes: 130 W. Mac.blgatt.. .' '" '"' ■ O. O. WOELPER. avenue,' Tp^laaitiyMich. ■ 22-4c . Note These.Extremely Low Prices for Bread. The Saline Bakery sells ,rye bread at 9 cents, per loaf, graham bread at 8 cents per loaf and whole wheat [bread at 8 cents per loaf. Tou will find my goods tihe ■ best if you will give them a ifair test, and ypu will (also find thait you are saving big money by buying them at the Saline Bakery, wlieire you dam save the middleman's profit. *": I thank -you. O. C. Woelper. Careful Ton Don't Get Hum: bugged Into Buying Outside Made Bread .ajiy longer. Don't let anyone trankb you into buying outside made bread advertized three loaves for 25 cents, for you can buy three loaves of home made bread of a better quality for the same amount of money at the Saline bakery, and, the loaves of Saline made bread will weigh and contain- as much hread as four loaves of the outside made bread wei^h and contains. Test this out) on. the scale so you can see who is the loser. And if the adviocate insists- that you ,huy, jChree loaves of outside made- oread for 25c ask him if they 'weigh 26 ounces IJo the loaf the same as the' Saline made bread weighs, and he will be caught in a trap that "will be hard for him to crawl out:ofy Tours for more business, v, . O. C. WOBbPER.y The .Bakery, man who is a match tor the grocery man. ATJCTION SALE The place known ia.s the A. S. Hall frrvn hawing h?en ,snld. the undersigned' will sell at public auction on the premises, located 1% miles north "f Saline and 7% miles southwest, of Ann Arbor,, on Saline-Ann Arbor gravel road, on Thursday, M.wh 10, 1927, commencing at 12 o'clock sharp, the 'o].",owing described property: St",ck—Bia.y horse 7 yrs. old, wt. 1*100; bay mare 12 yr.s, old. wt. 1450; nray horse 11 yrs. old, wt. 1350. now 9 yrs, old, du, Nov. 3; new milch 6 yrs,, bred Jan. 10; new milch 7 ;vrs., bred Oc,t.: 23; cow 8 yrs. old. '"ne Sept. 20; fat dry cow* 3 yrs. old, fath heifer 2 yrs. old, 2 fat steers 2 yrs. old. Three brood sows due April 5, 7, 10; 115 good shoats, wt. 150 lbs. each. 46 Good1 breeding ewes, due to lamb April' 3. Implements, Etc.—McCormick 6-ft. grain, hinder, neanly new McCormick fiorn "binder, McCormick 5-ffc mowing ni!>«hine, log roller, 24-tooth. Osborne 3-sec. spring harrow; John Deere .farm wlagon. iron wheel wagon, set of 4fl0-lb. Fairbank scales, Krause cultivator, pair of bobs, sfioneboat, John Deere sulky plow. No. 99 Oliver walking plow, set 4-horse whiffletrees, set 3-hprse whiffletrees, set heavy farm harness, set light farm harness. 20x 30 stack cianvas, 3 chicken crates., 7 grain bags, corn marker. 30-gaU :oil barrel, 30-gal oil drum, D*>ane. ditch scraper, %-ton trailer, doubles-buggy, light spring wagon,., top buggy, and small toils too numerous to mention. lO-.Gal, milk can, Simplex cream separator, BabcocKj'cream separator, two 5-gal. crocks, two 12-gal. crocks, kitchen cabine*, writing desk, 8-ft. extension oa& dining table nearly new, buffet, practically new bedroom suite, 2. rorikinig chairs, 2 stands, Kil- burn cabinet grand piano goo'd, as new. 50 BushelS'Silver'Mine oats, 200.bu. hand husked corn, ,4, tons timothy hay, quantity corn stalks. Usual terms of sale. . -" ROBERT HAHR. GEORGE. J. KLAGER, Auctioneer Lloyd Faiirbank, Henry Bredernitz, Clerks. " Just received, a carload of Wonder Puiitry F.eds. Saline Morcr.ntile Company. Try our Solite High Test gasoline. Th car will start easier. Wiedman, Auto Company. If you want a radi■>, good one, or Maytag Washer, drop into Art's place and look them over. Wanted—Piano pupils, beginners preferred. Price reasonable. Velma Feuerbacher, phone 174. 22-4x For Sale—Refrigerator, oil stove, Boone kitchen cabinet, beds, etc. Mrs. S. R. Wilson, phone 60-F3. tf Monuments, Markers and Cemetery Work of all kinds. Jos. 1. Arnet, Ann Arbor, Michigan, phone 8914. For Sale or Rent—Good 8-room house with garage on Bennett street. S. G. Lambarth, phone 259." 17tf NURSING Trained attendant for handling all general cases. Phone 103-F3. 16tf For Sale^—Horses. Matched teams; .six; colts and'-pi&k? of Shetland ponies. Herman Kohler, phone 142i F3, Saline. All knowing themselves indebted to me can payr the amounts due at my home, 113 East Henry street. Otto Luckhardt. DON'T FORGET TO ORDER THAT FERTILIZER FOR TOUR SPRING CROPS. SALINE MERCANTILE COMPWT. For quick service at reasonable, prices on plumbing, heating and repair work, call Henry Schroen,. phone 177. For Sale—Sw>et cider made from sound hard picked apr^es; also new* 50 gal. casks, S2. Clark's Apple Storage, Clinton. Emil H. Arnold, Optometrist, 226: S. Main street Ann Arbor, specializes, in expert eye examinations and! glasses at reasonable prices. Buy your bread at the Saline Bak-* e,nv„ where you can buy a 24-ounce loaf of bread for 9 cents, or 3 loaves, for 25 cents. O. C. Woelper* Salesman Wanted—For lubricating* oils, greases iand paiin*-s. Excellent onportunitv. Salary or commission. The Jed Oil and Painit Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Automobile repairing. Reasonable prices. All work guaranteed. Best brake lining money can buy. .Also* radiator repairing. See Kelly, at the Red Front Garage. TOUE OWN'PBICE ; We have several Ford Touring cars, some with. starters, that can be bought at your own ;price. Come,, look them over and make us an, offer. . GBO^V. COOK Authorised^ Ch«rrolet. DwOtr •"'• "'': PhoMll :'' A FINE OPPOETUNITT To secure a nice home with ever-y mode-rn equipment. Good barn. Large lot with plenty of fruit. Close to center of town. Priced for less than you* can build. Willis M. Fowler, Saline 1923 FORD TRUCK Gab and body. GEO. V. COOK Authorized Chevrolet Dealer Phone 81 Patronize your home industry by buying Saline made bread at the Saline-bakery. The quality guaranteed equal to the best, and where you cart huy sandwich bread! at 8 cts. per loaf„ O. C. Woelper. For Sale—The farm of the late- Fred Beottger, 70 acres, 5 miles southwest of Saline. Can be bought in** two parcels, 60 and 10 acres each- Cash or its equilvalent. Wilbur Oor^- ni&h Adminstrator. 14tf Wanted—People in this vicinitr- who.have any legal printine require*!" in the settlement of estates, etc., t»- have it sent to this newspaper. Thai rates are universal in such matters*, arid to have your notices appear tar. this paper, it is only necessary*to. »ki.j the- probate judge to moA. then* h«r«t.
|Title||1927-03-03; 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||1927-03-03; Saline Observer|
|Publisher||LeBaron & Nissly|
|Subject/Keywords||Saline (Mich.) - Newspapers; Washtenaw County (Mich.) - Newspapers;|
|Copyright Permission||This material is in the public domain.|
WE USE EVERY LEGITIMATE
MEANS TO AID OUR
DEPOSITORS IN THEIR
WE WILL BE GLAD TO
TALK OVER BUSINESS
MATTERS WITH YOU
YOU WILL BE WELCOME
HERB EVEN IF YOU DO
NOT AT ONCE BECOME
A DEPOSITOR AND CUSTOMER.
Saline Savings Bank
The One Story Bank on tlie Corner
FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT
in good groceries cam be filled here. We- have a
splendid variety in Uiie beist qualities anld we know
o/ur courteous service., prompt deilivery and reasonable prices will please you.
can supply you with quality prepared canned and
package- goods,, including- meats, fish, vegetables,
fruits and desserts, .©rider some for housecleaning'