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C. E. Betts, of Detroit, was here Monday. T. B. Taylor, of Jackson, was here Monday morning. John Cook has moved back from Ypsilauti to his farm three miles south of here. Burt Warner began sprinkling the streets last Monday, which was much needed. They have quarterly meeting at the M. E. church next Sunday. The W. C. T. U. of this place elected officers last week as follows: Mrs. D. G. Hoag, pres.; Mrs. L. S. Taylor, vice pres.; Miss Olive Conklin, sec; Mrs. J. Everett, treasurer. The M. E. church Sunday school elected officers last week as follows: Supt., Wm. Bacon; assistant supt., Mrs. G. P. Glazier; secretary, Miss Ella Morton; asslstant sec, Alva Steger; treasurer, Henry Stimson; organist, Edith Congdon; assistant organist, Cora Taylor; chorister, Mrs. L. Tichenor. School closes here next week and the exercises of the graduating classwill be at the town hall on Friday evening next week. The heating and ventilating apparatus for the new school building has arrived and work will begin next week tearing down the old building and making ready to build the new. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Cooper are holding successful revival meetings at the M. E. church in Birmingham. School district No. 3 offers $5,500 in bonds for sale to build its new school house. The village assessment will be reviewed next Monday and Tuesday at the town hall. The growing wheat is so large that some pieces are already beginning to lodge. The store recently occupied by Tommy "McNamara's saloon has been fixed up and will soon contain ladies' furnishing goods and groceries. The Ladies' flower festival was somewhat interfered with by rain and yet it was a reasonable success. Ice was frozen a half inch thick here last Monday night,' and it is feared that much damage was done to fruit. The second Demorest medal contest will be at the Town hall, Friday night, week after next. Mr. Bacon, president of this village, is trying to have the saloonkeepers live up to the laws, and they say he shall never be president of this village again. The University glee club will sing at the town hall, Friday night, to raise money to help complete Newberry Hall, which is the unfinished Christian Association building at Ann Arbor, connected with the University. By the end of this mon,th there will be very little wheat or other grain in the hands of farmers for sale. Charles Tichenor returned Monday from his winter's visit to relatives in New Jersey. The teachers of the school are expected to remain about the same next year as this year. Wm. Bury's large team broke loose and ran up Main street, Wednesday morning, at full speed. They cleared themselves from the wagon with a tree at the Baptist church. The damage was not serious beyond demoralizing the wagon. The markets have declined still farther since one week ago. Wheat now stands at $i for red or white; rye at 80 ets,, oats 50 ets., potatoes 50 to 80 ets., eggs 12 ets., butter 18 ets. The district lodge of Good Templars meets here on Saturday of next week. Street-Commissioner Staffan is doing some good work on the streets and sidewalks in town. E. P. Goodrich, of Ypsilanti, was here on business, Wednesday. He came up on his bicycle. The district Sunday school association of the Baptist church was in session here Wednesday and Thursday. Rev. Carman, of Ann Arbor, presided. Very interesting accounts were given of the various branches of good work the church is doing, and most instructive talks were given by many brethren and sisters on the best methöds of carrying on the Sunday school, missionaryand other work devolving upon the church.