1928-09-20; Saline Observer
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-"•»< ^ M * THi SALIN OBSERVER VOLUME 47 SALINE. WASHTENAW COIjNTY. MTCH.. THURSDAY, SEPT. 20, 1928 _ NUMBER 48 HORSE BLOOD SAVES MANY HUMAN LIVES Has Produced 1,033 Quarts to Hake Valuable Serum. Tess, one of the world's greatest life-savers, observed her 15th birthday at Parkdale Farm here last Wednesday. Tess is a mare who has never been hitched to a wagon but who has. nevertheless, pulled thousands of lives out of danger. When she was four years old she was added to the herd which is maintained by the Parke- Davis- Research laboratory to provide serums in the war against disease. It was in May, 1917, that she came to Parkdale and she was im- mediatel}' assigned to the group producing tetanus anti-toxin for the protection of the American soldiers. In the 11 years she has been on the job, Tors has produced 1,023 quarts of tetanus antitoxin, containing 250,- 062,950 antitetanic units, which amounts to thousands of doses. The soldiers in the war and numerous civilians r*ince then owe their lives to Tess, who has enabled them to be pro?" tected from the danger of infection from lockjaw. Althov.gh Tess is serving man in an unique way, she is no martyr to science or to humanity. She has already exceeded the life expectancy of the average horse and' seems well content with her lot. She has never been sick or laid up for any reason. —Rochester Clarion. ANN AREOR CHURCH IS '■ SCENE OF PRETTY WEDDING Complete stocks at lowest prices r Dtetlkers. Dr. Robert Orcutt of Milan a~.il Miss i Mafjorie Hoyt of Saline Wed. ; Several used co/n binders. Par- ] sons & Dodge. The Sooner You Start Your Savings Account Kere the More Money You Will Have When You Need It! Your bank book is. all ready just your name and the amount of the deposit are to be filled in. There will be no delay—no red tape—when you start a savings account here. It does not matter what amount yon choose for your first deposit. The main thing is that you start to save today. Your deposited money will accumulate quickly. The peace of mind and happiness gained from the knowledge that you have a bank account will impel you to resolve never again OLD NEWSPAPER RELIC FOUND While Making Repairs at Prof. Hall's Home—Many Civil War Items. j A 1TL.LICATE PROELEIi "F I THE COUNTRY'S YOUTH ij3JI. me savings Bank The One Story Bank oi> the Corner While making some repairs at the Sager Hall place, North Ann Arbor street, workmen uncovered some papers printed during the early part of the Civil war. These are samples of the hundreds of shc.t items making up the publication: Nashville, April 18. Gov. Harris, replying to' Secretary Cameron's requisition, says: "Tennessee won't furnish a single man for coercion, but 50,000 if necessary for defence of our rights and those of our Southern brothers." Providence, April 17. Messrs. A. & W. Sprague have .offered $100,000. Volunteers are coming in rapidly from all parts of the State. The greatest enthusiasm pro- vails. Hartford, April 17. The largest and most enthusiastic meeting ever held in this city wa-. held here this evening. It was called to sustain the Government. With the exception of a few Democrats, the mass of the people are true to the Stars and Stripes. The banks of this city this afternoon tendered $500,000 to the Governor for arming troops. The Connecticut regiments will be organized in a day or two, and prepare to respond to the call of the Government. Strong Picture Play Coming to V erty Theatre Next Monday. OBITUARY Juvenile delinquency is one of the great tragic developments of present day America that the public must take cognizance of. It is a problem that threatens the future if not the very life of the youth of every family. Changing living conditions, changing moral standards, unavoidable unhealthy contacts, coupled with growing parental neglect, haw combined to produce a mental attitude in the rising generation that is causing the authorities and thinkers of the Nation grave concern. In "The Road to Ruin," which comes to the Liberty theatre Monday, September 24, this problem is dealt with frankly and fearlessly, and the inevitable disastrous consequences of youthful folly and parental neglect is most forcibly shoTvn. As Sally Can- field, the innocent and trusting school rr'rl, exotic. Helen Foster gives a performance that has ■ seldom been equalled on the screen. Others of special note in the cast are, Virginia Roye, Grant Withers, Tommy Carr (Marv's Boy) and Florence Turner. 'eiwcil Proceed"isf? The Quality Grocery PHONE 86 FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT A ANOTHER THING VERY EVIDENT IS THE UNDENIABLE FACT THAT THE QUALITY AND PRICES OF OUR GOODS MERIT YOUR GOOD WILL AND PATRONAGE. Phone 86 MARTIN FUOSS Motor knock is only a symptom of detonation. Using DND gasoline detonation is eliminated! Costs more per gallon —less per mile! Drive to a Dixie station for DND STAEBLER GIL COMPANY Orders may be left at Henderson's. Phone 272. DND AT ALL DIXIE STATIONS Thankful Eliza, daughter of Robert and Eliza Clark Shaw, was born in York township, Washtenaw county, May 29, 1844 and departed this life September 3, 1928, aged 84 years, three months and five days. She united with the Presbyterian church in Saline when a young girl and ever retained her membership there. On August 4, 1864 she was united in marriage with Robert Needham, who preceded her is. death March 21, 1920. To this union were born seven children, one daughter and one son dying in infancy and one son, Elmer R,. passed to the great beyond April 9, 1919. The surviving children are Mrs. Glara~Kanouse of Jackson, who so kindly and tenderly cared for her during the seven weeks of her last illness; Hovey, of Saline township; Mrs. Mabel Veness of Detroit and Ernest R-, with whom she made her home. Besides her immediate family she leaves to mourn their loss six grandchildren, Mrs. Edna Staggemeier of Jackson; Mrs. Helen Yetter of Toledo, George and Ruth Needham of Saline, and Geraldine and Robert ^eness of Detroit; three great-grandchildren, Rolland and Robert Staggemeier and Betty Marie Knight; three brothers, Isaac Shaw of Omaha, Nebraska, George of Saline and Will of Ypsilanti, many other relatives and a host of friends. The whole of her long and very useful life was spent in the county where she was born with the exception of four years in the village of Milan and the last eight years, which she spent in the home where she passed so peacefully away after many weeks of illness during which time she was never heard to utter a word of complaint. She was a gentle, home loving woman, her first thought always for her family, and her greatest joy doing for others. Even after she was stricken she was ever thinking of the welfare of those around her. And may her long life so willingly spent in the service of others be an inspiration to those nearest and dearest to her, that as the years go by they may strive more and more to lead a life clean and pure, as she had lead, ever striving to serve her family and her God.—Milan Leader. A regular meeting of the Saline Coromon Council was held at the Council room August 6, 1928. T>re=ident Rentschler in the chair. Tru teps present: A. D. Crittenden, S. Lpr-ibarth, John Schleh and Herman Alber. Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The following bills were read by the clerk: Marsh & McLennan, compensation insurance 106.00 Saline Mercantile Co., lumber and cement 2-15.S3 Sim. R. Wilson, printing 24.30 A. A. Foundry Co., castings.... 7.00 H. Gross & Sons, Mdse 9-16 j A. Klumpp, labor 10.75' | R. Daniels, teaming 39.10 Geo. Helzerman, teaming. 64.30 Frank Daniels, teaming 34.20 ■' Christ Lambarth, labor 22.00 | Jacob Visel, labor 22.95 ' Fred Luckhardt, salary 83.33 A. Luckhardt, labor 103.20 H. Alber, teaming 8.00 | Charles Carven, care of rest room : -"- 5.00 j Fred Mayer, labor 98.80 j J. A. Alber, sexton salary. 83.35 ; Fred Schaible, marshal 5.00 i Standard Oil Co., oil and gas.... 9.37 ; Adam Klumpp, paid bills for paint 8.22 Motion by Schleh, supported by Crittenden, that bills be allowed and Clerk be instructed to draw orders I for same. Carried. ' Motion by Crittenden, supported by i Schleh, that petition as read be laid on the table for an indefinite time. Carried. | Motion by Schleh, supported by Alber, that a traffic officer be tried ' out for one month. Carried. | Motion by Schleh, supported by Crittenden, to-adjourn. Carried. Emanuel Rentschler. President. Gttarles Tower, Clerk. Ann Arbor has been the scene of many charming weddings during the late summer and it again heard th_ speaking of the marriage vows Friday afternoon when St. Andrew; Episcopal chrrch was the backjrrounc" foi- the wedding of Miss I-.~.a_joric ■-Pauline Hoyt of Saline and Dr. Robe*' David Orcctt of Milan, fo~~?r.y o" Owego, New York. Rev. Henry Lewis officiated at the ceremony at which the bride was given in marriage by her father Homer J. Hoyt, of Saline. Miss Alma Graf of Saline acted a bridesmaid and D-. Arnold Gardney of Saginaw was bcrt man. The ushers were Dr. Howard D. Axford of Pontiac and Robert Klught. The bride was attractive in a govr-. of white satin and wore a small white satin hat with rhinestone trimmings. She carried a bouquet of white roses, valley lilies and baby's breath. The bridesmaid wore orchid georgette and carried butterfly roses. Immediately after the close of the service the bridal party and relative: were entertained at- a reception a the home of Mr. Hoyt on East Michigan avenue, Saline. A three-cours; dinner was served. The newly married couple left i: the evening for a trip to Owego, Ner York, and will be at home to" thei friends after October 1 at Milan where Dr. Orcutt has opened a den tal office. Dr. Orcutt was graduated from th'. dental school of the University last June and is a member of XI Psi Ph dental fraternity.—Ann Arbor News j Big reduction on radios at H. Gross . & Sons hardwai-e. i j Hunting licenses on sale' at the Sanford Hardware Store. Bobbie, the three and one-half yea- old son of Wilbur Rump, of Nortl Pearl street, met with an accident Sunday afternoon when he fell and the wheel of an automobile ran ovei his leg, fracturing the large bone near the hip. Christopher Rump, the child's grandfather, was driving thr car in the yard and Bobbie tried tc climb on the fender with his broths? when he fell and the car wheel passed over the leg. The child is in -Bixby hospital where he is resting as com fortably as possible.—Tecumseh Her aid. - A man in love will do anything, bnt> he usually does nothing. THE OBSERVER LINER' Classified Advertising 6c per line first Insertion, 4c per lin- each subsequent Insertion. MINIMUM CHARGE, 25 CENTS Acetylene welding by an expert. Wiedman Auto Company. For Sale—Black Top ram. Lewis Scherdt, phone 18S-F12. 50 A Fordson Tractor at a very low price. Parsons & Dodge. For Sale—Cheap, good second hand range. Sanford Hardware Co. Ifaptha for cleaning purposes, at the Wiedman Auto Company. To Rent—The flat above the market. George Schmid, Jr., phone 3S- F2. „- 48tf Wanted—To buy dairy hay. alfalfa, and clover mixed. E..L. Klager, phone 186-F11. 44tf Headquarters for Oliver plows, harrows, and repairs. Sanford Hardware Store. High class plumbing and heating. Estimates furnished. H. A. Schroen. phone 177-F4. For genuine fuel for every machine use our Better Gasoline. Henderson's Dixie Service. Alemiting service for all makes of cars. Prices reasonable. Wiedman. Auto Company. Full line of guns, ammunition and' sportsmen's supplies. Sanford Hardware Company. Hi-Class Plumbing and Heating- Let us figure on your next job. Sanford Hardware Company. Used International ensilage cutter, with pipe for 40-ft. silo, in good condition. Parsons & Dodge. Wanted—To buy dairy hay, alfalfa, and clover mixed. E. L. Klager. phone 186-P11. 44tf For Sale—Bushel crates. Orrii Briggs, phone 137-F14. 40tf. For Sale—Good coal or wood range David Wahl, phone 22-F2. 4S Stop that knock with Ethyl gasoline. Wiedman Auto Company. To Rent—The old Alber building and the flat above. Inquire of Allen Feller. " 42tf Wanted—To buy dairy hay, alfalfa. and clover mixed. E. L. Klager, phone 1SS-F1L. " 44tf For Sale— also 2-horse phone 4. • ■Strong bushel crates: eveners. Fred Stierle, novl A Tractor that runs just like new and costs a good deal less at Parsons & Dodge. Miss Vesta Mills will §tart her fall term in piano instruction on Monday, September 24- Use ^.vicol Tablets .for White Dial rhoea and Cholera and keep those chicks healthy. Saline Mercantile Co | Christian Science Notes j The Christian Science Society of i Saline holds its services in the hall over the Citizens bank, Sunday at 10:30 a. m. Subject: Reality. Testimonial Hseeemg Wednesday evening at,7.39. A cordial invitation is given to aH. Sunday school immediately follows the morning serrace to w&ich pupils under 20 may be admitted. ._- CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank the friends who sent flowers and assisted us in many ways during the illness and death of our beloved sister; also Rev. Dunk for his comforting words. Mrs. Lena Gordon, Mrs. John B>jettger, Mrs. Nell Elliott and Daughter. " The proposed Sunday Observance ordinance, which it is claimed, would have virtually enacted a Blue Laws for the village, was unanimously voted down by the village council Monday night at a regular session of that body.—Blissfield Advance. LEVEB ADS GET BESULTS! For Sale—Wardrobe, bedstead aud springs, kitchen table, sewing machine and some small articles. Edward DePuy, phone 69-F3. 47tf Monuments. Markers and Cemeterj "Wort"'of all kinds. Jos. L. Arnet, Ann Arbor, Michigan, phone 8914. X __—_ HI TEST Aviation Gasoline for lamps and stoves. Sanford Hardware Co. Time to think of that new MeCor- rcick-Deering Corn Binder. Parsons & Dodge. Have your chickens culled. It pays. Three cents per head for small flocks. Klager Hatchery, Bridgewater. S?ve money by buying your Tractor implements from the Wiedman Auto Company. We carry complete lines. USE WONDER FEED FOR THOSE LAYING HENS. NONE BETTER. SALINE MERCANTILE COMPANY. Special discount on. all orders for Fertilizer either phoned in or personally left at our office- Saline Mercantile Company. For Sale or Trade—One nearly new- John Deere gang plow, Syracuse plow in good shape. Will take what you don't want in exchange. A. C. Miller. EVERREADY No. 486 Layer Built "B" Batteries installed for $4.25. GEO. V. COOK & SON Radio Dept. Paint and Varnish for all purposes direct from the niaunfacturer. Get my prices. G. F. Heilman, 6S08 Goldsmith, Detroit, Mich. 39tf. Nothing Will relieve a cold like CA- HOW'S RED PEPPER COLD CAPSULES. Sold and guaranteed by Wheeler's Drug Store. 47tf Wanted—Ford coupe or roadster; must be in good shape and cheap for cash. Call on or address A. L. Faust, route 3, Milan. Phone 104-F4. 48 ' For Sale—One of the best farms in Lodi, 2 miles north of town on the good road. 113 acres. The price is right. William Westphal, phone 204-F22. 48-tf. 'RICKENBACKER TOURING This will satisfy your desire for a big car. ( GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers SEE THESE CARS Before You Buy 1927 Chevrolet Landau. 1926 Chevrolet Coach. 1925 Chevrolet Coach. 1926 Chevrolet Coupe. 1925 Ford Coupe. 1927 Chevrolet Landau. GEO. V. COOK & SON, Authorized Chevrolet Dealers Wanted—Heavy and' medium hens; also broilers 1% up to 414 lbs. Will pay highest prices. Ypsi-Field'Hatchery, Ypsilanti, Mich., phone 7102-F5. USED RADIO SETS From 525.00 up, complete. Ask about them. GEO. V. COOK & SON * Radio Dept. 1924 CHEVROLET SEDAN This car for the balance owing oq. it—only $55.00. GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers Property Buyers, Attention! If interested in buying for a home or an investment, I have several goods houses, vacant lots and business properties in Saline and Ann Arbor; also- large and small farms in Washtenaw, Monroe and Lenawee Counties at right prices and easy terms. The- slump, is past and they will soon cost more. A. C. LANGE, . SALINE PHONE 76 Wanted—People in- this vicinity who have any legal printing -requires in the settlement of estates, etc^ to have lt_,sent to this newspaper. The rates are universal in such matters, and to have your notices appear !n this paper it is only necessary to ask the Probate Judge to send them. here.
|Title||1928-09-20; 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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