A. A. Wood bought the old homestead of Jesup Wood; 100 acres at $65 per acre.
Mrs. E. M. Henne and Mr.Wm. Mead went to Ann Arbor to attend the musical by Harold Bauer, piansl.
Mrs. S. Heller, one of Saline's pioneers passed away at Ypsilanti Jan. 31, at 10 p. m. The funeral services were held at Saline at her former home Sunday, Feb. 2. at 2 p. m. Rev. Jones officiating.
The school social at S. Baesett's was a success. The proceeds were $25. Two large loads went from here, and all report a good time.
Len L. Boyden, one of Saline's young men has secured a position with T. A. Root, the Ohio bee firm.
Web De Puy. Wilber Cornish, Wm. Shon and Morris Leonard attended the degree work done by the Ypsilanti K. O. T. .M. team at Ann Arboor, "the three years' warfare.
The Saline Juvenile brass band gave an open air concert the night of Feb. 1.
Fred Nissley will build a house on east Henry street.
G. Harria sold the old home on the corner of East Henry to Christian Hurkhardt.
Mr. R. Finsh's little child is very sick.