This story was published by the Ypsilanti Daily Press on Tuesday, September 7, 1909.
Ypsilanti is to have a fine new grocery when the store recently occupied by Mr. Schultz next door to the First National bank on congress street (Michigan Ave.) is opened Wednesday. Mr. Nissly has very successfully conducted a grocery business in Saline for some time past and the many friends who support him there signify the honest business methods which he proposes to follow in Ypsilanti.
Cleanliness and enterprise will be the watchwords of the new store and a fine line of staple and fancy goods will always be on hand. Accommodations for the stock are unique. A sanitary fruit case will keep seasonable vegetables and fruit in first class condition and a large refrigerator of the latest design will hold dairy produce and several kinds of cheese.
A specialty will be made of tea and coffee. A select line of cooked meats will also be carried.
Mr. Nissly announces that business at his store will be conducted on an absolutely fair basis and that perfectly sanitary conditions will be maintained throughout the store at all times. Added to this important phase Push and Enterprise promise to make Mr. Nissly’s undertaking a success. He has this morning requested a regular space in The Daily Press for the purpose of giving local residents correct news from the grocery world every day. Mr. Nissly’s first announcement will appear in this paper tomorrow.