George Rhinemiller Garage
Oldsmobile interests In this territory, territory, having^ accepted the agency very recently. A service station show room will be opened at Bellevue in the near future. James J. Hinde and Theodore Paulson will employed in the sales department thn nrmmfoaflnn the organization. The person who entered the home of F. B. Gregory on Pinch-st and stole between $60 and ?70 evidently knew where the money was ciricealed. He also d'.I not care for jewels or other valuables as nothing but the -money was taken although jewelry was within within grasp, members of the family declare. declare. It is believed the robberv took place on Christmas day, when the fam- ,ily was away. The loss was not ais- covered until UTS. William Scheiber, a daughter, went to her trunk to get money with which to pay a debt. Only 18 cents were left in her pocketbook. pocketbook. LITTLE CHANCE FOR BEER. ' With the states already beginning to ratify the nation-wide prohibition amendment, Michigan being the , to act in the new year, and ( prospect that within a month or Â· the ratification will have been | pleted, brewers see but little j if any, even should the president rescind the order prohibiting brewing. Recent dispatches said the food Â· ministration had recommended I brewing be permitted, but this not been officially announced. The order, however, would permit the use of grain for the making of beer. ~ RHINEMILLER SELLS - NEW LINE OF AUTOS George Rhinemiller, proprietor of the Rhineriffller Garage on Jackson- st., has disposed of his garage at Huron to A. H. Scheid and will devote devote his entire time to his interests here. In addition to the Fordson trnc- tor Rhinemiller'will represent, the Joe Lazzara, was found guilty in police court Thursday and fined $5 and costs. The fine was suspended. ! assault and battery upon Carl in nolicfi court Thm-sHnv an rt waJ Henry Hyatt, charged with petty I larceny was taken into police custody Thursday afternoon this 'he first arrest of the new. year.