1928-11-22; Saline Observer
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Yon-=Talk-,To- Thousands -The Observer covers" the Saline Trading territory -thoroughly^ and Aavernset* gH. result* - VOLUME 48 SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY, .MTGH., THURSDAY" NOVEMBER 22,192S A N'eigtibo'r And Friend' - . ~"*Th_s.is~Vvliat The Observer strive* to be to the -People of Saline and _^ Surrounding Territory. " - - -.- -NUMBER*^ Ask Your Banker's "N_ advice before making investments 'Investing money is a "business in itself. It is a bank's main business. The average man is too liable to allow friendship,, senti- their all. \ - ment or other influences to guide him in placing the money accumulated by hard work or privations., - Hundrds of millions of dollars a year have been lost to investors through worthless securities. A banker is qualified by knowledge and experience to avoid the pitfalls in which the unwary too often lose We will be glad to advise^you wisely and carefully. Saline Savings Bank The One Story Bank ob the Corner SCENIC BEAUTY A GREAT FEATURE OF ''-ROSE-MARIE" SHEEP ARE PLACED J! Big reduction on radios at-H. Gross- $19,812 in Interest Saved in Four ' Months By Banks. I The Qualify Grocery PHONE 86 FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT Good Things to Eat Both economy and quality are combined here to give the customer the greatest measure of satisfaction. Our past experience in the grocery business enables us to be a judge in these matters, and in buying we keep these two factors paramount. The result is that our customers profit by coming to this store. They get quality and service at moderate prices. We carry a full range of staple and fancy groceries Phone 86 MARTIN PUO.SS DND costs more per gallon — less per mile Perhaps many > have wondered or never considered how the. air mail service", with the "'immense, first cost of planes and the operation of them, could be a paying proposition. But, here's one instance where its use means a great saying to Dig business. A news item says: "Use of the air mail by New York banks in clearing checks in Chicago resulted in the saving of $19,812 in four months, it is revealed by Federal Reserve bank figures. The air mail saves a day's interest. Checks mailed from New York by ordinary mail at the close of business cannot arrive in .Chicago until the following afternoon, after the clearings have been closed. The-amount of money represented by these checks is thus idle two days. On the other hand, checks placed in the air mail by banks before 6:30 p. m. are flown over the National Air Transport Line, reaching Chicago the following morning, and are cleared that day, saving a day's interest." L.OVE-DANIEL S DND gasoline is "cracked" from especially selected crude oil. This procss produces a gasoline that not merely avoids knocks, but really elim- nates detonation. Try DND. DND AT ALL DIXIE STATIONS STAEBLER OIL COMPANY Orders may be left at Henderson's. Phone 272. -T~A ..very, pretty wedding-took-place i ■ut the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward.; C. Daniel in Detroit on the evening of November 8, when their daughter, Miss Edna C, was united in marriage with Thomas S. Love of Saline township. Miss Leona Daniel, sister of j the bride, served as bridesmaid and : Robert Love, brother of the groom, I was best man. | After a bountiful repast the happy couple departed on a trip through the east, and upon their return will make their home in their handsome new residence west of town. •^ Their many friends are wishing them a long, happy and successful life together. A THOUGHTEUL FARMER - The following, article, taken from a New York. Central magazine, was sent to the Clinton Local-by Miss Marian Farrell, Manchester correspondent. The magazine; pays a tribute to Sidney Widmayer, who probably diverted" a .wreck on the railroad here:—Clinton Local. Michigan-Farmer and Wife Stop - Train After Storm. It is known everywhere that the courtesy of the employes p6f the New York Central Railrpad*leaves no room for criticism, so-it is little wonder that people whoVlive near the railroad are ever on the alert to return the favors of the railroadmen. A few weeks ago—July 27 to be exact—a farmer named Sidney Widmayer and his wife investigated the. damage done to the tracks near their home, one mile south of Clinton, Mich., after a seyer,e storm. They found that two rail lengths about a foot deep had beenwashed out. Mrs. Widmayer immediately attempted to call Clinton-, but all wires had been blown down. Mr. Widmayer hurried down the track and flagged train No. 33, that was.:.on its way toward, the washout. The prompt action of .these peopleiaverted _wha'F .might have been- a, seiSus accident.- Elkhart Truth. This Production Has Some of the Most Beautiful Scenes Ever Filmed." . ' From the search for the most-beautiful" in femininity motion pictures are now turning to a search for ..the most beautiful backgrounds Dame Nature can supply against which film players can perform before the cam-, era. In past years picture producers sought to put uponthe screen the most beautiful women and the hand-*" somest men. Today they realize motion picture-goers are satisfied with only passable looks in regards to players but demand real acting ability. . -The call for more beautiful scenery has been growing during the past several years until practically all of the naturally 'most beautiful backgrounds of the west have been use'd as dramatic locations. When . fMfetro-Goldwyn-Mayer determined to make a film version of .the famous musical play, "Rose Marie," which comes to the Liberty- theatre for Wednesday and Thursday of next week, one of the .first things decided upon after the cast and story was to play this famous stage romance against the most beautiful settings ',that nature, could supply. Scouts from the Studio location department searched more than a hundred thousand square miles "of American and Canadian territory to find the spots which would show up most gorgeously" as a pictorial background. Among the locales chosen were the American river in Yosemite National park, the Feather river canyon in northern California and Las Turas lake, which lies high in the lap of the Santa- Clara mountains in Southern California. Joan Crawford and James Murray, who have the principal romantic roles in the picture, were taken to these locations. Among others who appear against nature's gorgeous backgrounds are: House Peters, Gibson Gowland, Creighton Hale, Polly Moran, William' Orlamond, Lionel Bel- more," Gertrude Astor and Ralph Yearsley. . " UNDER QUARANTINE Action Taken.-. Following Inspection ■ " By State Veterinarian. &• Sons hardware. I " Naptha" for,cleaning purposes," ar the Wiedman Auto 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: Soul and Body. 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. Methodist Church Notes S. Schofield, Pastor "We ought to be thankful that the Lord did not tell us what was coming", and, that we have not played the fool, more frequently." Morning worship at 10:00. . Communion service, open to "everybody who desires to participate. Subject: "In Remembrance." Sunday school at 11:15, Mr. E. Cramer, superintendent. Epworth League devotional meeting at 6:30. An interesting and helpful meeting. Come and enjoy it. Evening service at 7:30. Music by Mfhe Junior choir. Sermon by the pastor. "Reception of new members at the close of the morning service. Thursday evening prayer and Bible study- at 7:30. Federated Church Notes S. T. Dunk, Pastor November 25, morning worship at . 10 o'clock, Bible school 11:15, Young ] People's service 7 o'clock, evening ! service 7:45. ■• Mid-week Bible study Thursday evening at 7:30. If man were merely an animal he would never look up to God. He j would be occupied only with material i things. ! How often do you look up to God; in praise, in prayer,- tfr in worship ? i The church of God has been the ' place all down through the ages where men have met and worshiped Him, and it will always function as such while the world stands. i - A cordial invitation to attend the above services is extended to all in, the community, especially to strangers. AUCTION SALE * The undersigned, having-decided to quit farming and sell or rent the farm, will sell at public auction on the. premises, located two miles north of Saline on east road to Ann Arbor, six miles south of Ann Arbor and seven miles west of Ypsilanti, on Wednesday, November 28, 1938, commencing at 12 o'clock sharp, the following described .property: « - Cattle—Purebred Holstein cow 8 yrs .old, sired by Huron Hill Pontiac Johanna King; dam Calamity Houwt- je De Kol. Purebred "Holstein cow 5 yrs. old, sired by King Ashniore de Nijlander, dam Helen Calamity Po:i- tiac. Purebred Holstein cow 5 yrs. old, sired by King Ashmore de Nijlander; dam Houwtje De Kol Calamity Hengerveld. Purebred Holstein cow 3 yrs. old, sired by Leinster Seg- is Pontiac Jewel dam Calamity Houwtje De KoL .Purebred Holstein cow 3 yrs.- old, sired by Leinster Segis Pontiac Jewel; dam Calamity Houwtje De Kol. Purebred Holstein cow 3 yrs. old, not registered. Three grade Holsteins 6 yrs. old, all good and giving good flow of milk. Guernsey cow 7 yrs. old. Purebred Holstein bull 13 months old. Horses—Bay mare weighing 1600: gray mare, 1600; bay mare, 1400; sorrel mare, 1400. Hogs—O. I. C. stock hog, 2 O. I. C. brood sows, 16 pigs 10 weeks old, 8 shoats averaging 125 lbs. each. < Implements, Grain, Etc.—John Deere grain binder in .good shape, new International corn binder, new International grain drill, fertilizer at tachment; Keystone hay loader, side delivery rake, corn planter with 120 rods check wire, 1-horse grain drill, hay tedder, two 3-in. tire farm wag ons, 2 flat, bottom hay racks with box. set gravel boards, 3-sec. spiketooth harrow, 23-tooth springtooth harrow, 6-ft. Deering mower, weeder, 2-row corn cultivator, 1-row corn cultivator, 4-horse doubletree, 2 sets work .harness, walking plow;, 14-in. sulky plow, pair good bobs, International manure spreader in good shape, single buggy, sleigh, shovels, plows, single cultivators', chains, 2- and 4-horse sets doubletrees, 2 sets hay slings, large iron kettle with jacket, DeLaval cream separator No. 15, four 10-"gal. milk cans, 2-gal. lard press; sausage grinder, and other small articles too numerous to mention. Quantity of oats, and corn in the crib, about 40 or 50 tons good timothy, alfalfa and clover mixed hiy. The farm is for sale or rent. Usual terms of sale. A. E. COLE. GUY THOMPSON, Auctioneer. Lloyd Fairbank, "Clerk. Flocks, of sheep on the .farms of Charles Burtless and William Henzie in Manchester township have been placed under quarantine following an inspection made by Sheriff Ernst M. Wurster under the direction of B: 3. Killham, state veterinarian. The flocks, the • inspectors found, are afflicted with sheep scab. Sheep scab, according to a United States department of agriculture bulletin, is a highly contagious skin disease caused by minute insect-like parasites known as mites. Four different varieties of scab mites affect sheep, causing four different kinds of scab known as psorptic, sarcoptic, chorioptic and- demodectic scab or mange. ._. ■ V • " ——■■»■ Psorptic or common scab and chorioptic or foot scab can be eradicated by dipping infected sheep twice in •warm lime-sulphur or nicotine dip with an interval of from 10 to 14 days between dippings. Sarcoptic scab, also known as head scab or black muzzle, can be cured by repeated dippings in the dips before mentioned every" five or six days for a montlr or six weeks. No known method is satisfactory for eradicating demodectic scab, which infects the hair follicles of sheep and goats.^ Ann Arbor News. Aviation . Gasoline for lamps and stoves. Sanford Hardware Co. Balso Oils and Grease at lowest prices. Parsons & Dodge. m For Sale—24 Poland China" pigs 6 weeks old. M. Sage," phone 191-F2. To Rent—House and garage on East Henry street. Herman Bredernitz. 4tf To . Rent—The old Alber building- and the fiat above. "Enquire of Allen Feller. ' 42tf, Big li'eed Grinder Demonstration. See ;our add on .page four. Parsons & Dodge.- 7 Wanted—To nuy .dairy hay, alfalfa, and clover mixed. E. L. Klager, phone 186-F11. - - 44tf SALINE WOMAN'S CLUB The regular meeting of the Woman's Club was held at the home of Mrs. Edna House on Tuesday, November -13, 17- members -being, -present,- Response to roll call, current events, proved very interesting. The club voted to instruct program committee to plan for the club to send Christmas gifts to some orphanage, the home to be decided upon by the committee. The club was favored with a report of the State Federation meeting recently held at the Soo. This was given by Mrs. Fred Gross, a former teacher here and a delegate from Royal Oak. Two songs were sung, after which adjournment was taken, to meet with Miss Vesta Mills on Tuesday, November 27. AUCTION SALE The undersigned will sell at public auction on the premises, 7 miles south of Saline, 7 west of Milan, 3 east and 1 jaorth of Milan, on "" Friday, November 23, 1928, commencing at 1:00 o'clock p.'m., the following described property: Mare 16 years of age. One cow. Two ewes, 2 lambs. Grain binder, mower, .2-horse disc; 2-horse drag, flat rack, wagon, two cultivators, corn drill, _ riding plow, walking plow, roller, set of slings, iron kettle, log chains, fence stretchers, 30-foot ladder, corn sheller, harness, . rope and tackle, hog crate, 2 oil barrels, barrel, ,10-gallon keg. grindstone, wickless oil* stove, several bags, and other articles too numerous to mention. About three tons of alfalfa.. Usual terms of -sale. 3IRS. WTLLLAM EASLICK. CLARK CARTER, Auctioneer. Aubrey Pocklington, Clerk. Dainty Handkerchief Case " Remembering that Santa Glaus is »sure to bring his usual quota of handkerchiefs to every member of the family* a ease to put thein in is a very timely gift. Aside 'from its usefulness a handkerchief case as here pictured adds' a note of beauty to any. boudoir. There is quife a lace craze on just now for things decorative ahout the home as well as for personal adornment. These • perfumed la.ee cases- come satin-padded in any .desired tone or tint, - THE OBSERVER LINERF Classified A'dvertising- tic per line iiist insertion, 4c per line each subsequent Insertion. MINIMUM CHARGE, 25 CENTS Complete stocks at lowest prices t Dletitei-s. ~ Wanted—Odd jobs. Richard Clark, phone 224-F2'" 6 No hunting signs for sale at Tht Observer ofiice. Acetylene welding by an expert. Wiedman Auto Company. Indian Gasoline. Hig'rade Oils and Greases. Parsons & Dodge. Lost—Purple silk umbrella, ward: " Gall- Observer* office. *■ Re- Used Cars and -Trucks-at prices that are right. Parsons & Dodge. For Sale—-Black ^rop- ram. Osborne, Macon phone 5-F6. Bert 4 Stop that knock with Ethyl gasoline. Wiedman Auto Company. To Rent—The flat above the market. George Schmid, Jr., phone 38- F2. >> 48tf Wanted—To buy dairy hay", alfalfa and clover mixed. E. L. Klager, phon-- 186-F11. 44tf High class plumbing and heating. Estimates furnished. H. A. Schroen. phone 177-F4. ■'- * ~vFor genuine fuel for every machine use our Better Gasoline. Henderson')1 Dixie Service. Alemiting service for all makes ot cars. Prices reasonable. Wiedman Auto Company. For Sale—Registered " yearling Black Top ram. C. D. Finkbeiner, Saline phone 142sF21. 5 Galvanized Tanks, Iron Posts and Braces at bargain' prices to close them out. Parsons &• Dodge. - . Wanted—Good hired man on farm, between 25 and 40. Steady job. William Love, phone 191-F22. 5 USE WONDER FEED FOR THOSE LAYING IIENS. NONE BETTER SALINE MERCANTILE COMPANY. For Sale:—7 acres of corn in shock, and about 20 tons of wheat straw. William Schnirring, at the farm or phone 579-M, Ypsilanti. 5 EVERREADY No..486 Layer Built "B" Batteries installed for $4.25. GBO. V, COOK & SON Radio -Dept. 1926 CHEVROLET LANDAU Motor reconditioned, bumpers' automatic windshield wiper, spare tire. Price reduced to $325. GEO. V. COOK & SON , Authorized Chevrolet Dealers- Westphal's Real Estate Exchange Good, homes in village,- cash or trade. A few choice lots on Michigan avenue. Good choice farms for cash, trade or terms. William Westphal. phone 204-F32. 1925 CHEVROLET COACH Very moderately priced. Just tbe car for rough work. Motor in excellent condition. Down payment $100. GEO, V. CQOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers Wanted—To buy dairy hay, alfalfa, and clover mixed. E. L.'Klager, phone 186-F11. 44tf HI TEST Full line of guns, ammunition, and sportsmen's- supplies. Sanford Hardware Company. __ For Sale—Kitchen cabinet. Modern, fullj-, equipped and good as new. See Rev. Schofield. ~" ' 5tf For Sale—Two registered Jersey bull calves, 4 and 6 months old. -Saline phone 142-F21. 5 For Sale or Trade--20 head of cows, new milch and springers," cheap. C. H. Miller & Son. 4tf " Hi-Class Plumbing and Heating. Let us figure on your'next job. Sanford Hardware Company. Monuments,, Markers and Cemetery Work of all kinds. Jos. L. Arnet, Ann Arbor, Michigan, phone 8914. Have your chickens culled. It pays. Three cents per head for small flocks. Klager Hatchery. Bridgewater. Save,money by buying your Tractor implements from the Wiedman Auto Company. We carry complete lines. Use Avtcol Tablets for White Dial-- rhoea" and Cholera and keep those chicks healthy. Saline Mercantile Co. Highest market prices paid for' your poultry" and small pigs. See a\& before selling. Emil Milkey, phone--- 145-F13. ' -. '.. 51tf Special discount on all orders for Fertilizer either phoned in or personally left at our office. Saline Mer-* cantile Company. For Sale—Good ice box,, counter scale, slicer, meat grinder, blocks, counters, cooker, gas pump and meat, racks. C. Boettner. 4tf Nothing will relieve a cold like CA- HOW'S RED PEPPER COLD CAPSULES. Sold and guaranteed by Wheeler's Drug Store. 47tf Wanted—Heavy and medium hens; also broilers 1%, up "to 4% lbs. Will pay highest prices. Ypsi-Field Hatchery, Ypsilanti, Mich., phone 7102-F5. 1928 DEMONSTRATOR Biege Brown Chevrolet Landau for sale. - Ask us about it. GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorised Chevrolet Dealers USED RADIO SETS From $25.00 up; complete, about them. GEO. V. COOK & SON Radio Dept. Ask Apartment to Rent—5 unfurnished' rooms, with private bath room, electric lights, city water; on ground floor fronting on Maple street, $20 per month. Mrs. John Bowen, corner Michigan Ave. and Maple streets." 5 To Rent—Modern home, 8 rooms" and bath, 214 East Henry, street. Immediate possession. House completely furnished, or unfurnished. Gall phone 221, Saline, before 8 a. m." or after 5 p: m. 4tf 1926 FORD COUPE "7 This late model "Ford is .in good condition. Has spotlight, spare tire, and' windshield wiper. Down -payment only $85:00. GEO. V. COOK & SON. Authorized Chevrolet Dealers 1925 FORD COUPE Here's the car for winter use. Put a box on the rear and see how much comfort and use it, will: be. Only S60' dawn. ~ r GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers." Wanted-—Peopla in this, -rfcinity who have any legal printing required in the settlement of estates, etc., to have it sent to this newspaper. The rates are universal in Bach mattes,' and to have your notices appear ia this paper il ia oniy necessary to ask the Probate Judge to send theni here. •A f&!
|Title||1928-11-22; 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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