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The Jerusalem inill is running ovcrtime. Jerusalem will have a sorglium mili next year. Chickcn pox has made its appearanee at Worden. Wm. Luick will crect a dweiling house in Chelsea. Lima has investod iu a no wstove for her town hall. There are 302 school children in Ui eChelsea school. Chelsea's fame as a produce market Is extending even to Grass Lake. ' The Clinton House at Whitmore Lake luis built a new ice house. Patrick Hagerty died in Lyndon, November 17, aged eighty years. Twentyseveri students from out of town att-end the Chelsea city school. Tlic Manchesttr Enterprise thus describes the farm of J. F. Spaffard: The Manchester masons hold their second social this season, December 11. It i a little early but a leap-yearparty is already talked of in Manchester. ct', The Germán workingmen's society in Manchester gave a Thanksgiving baU. The Stockbridge Sun demands the suppression of a billiard hall in its town. The Southern Washtenaw Farmers' Club meets at W. II. llenion's, December 11. Soloman Tate, of Bridge wat -r, lias just shipped two carloads of hogs to Buffalo. The little son of Charles Kempf, of Manchester, died November 17, of cholera infantum. Itev. T. S. Minia delivered he Thanksgiving sermou in Dexter at the Baptist church. Dogs killed a number of sheep belonging to George Paul, of Bridg?water, recentJy. The Lutheran church in Chelsea has étected Teter Bohnet and Jacob Hefner as trustees. Six South L,yon hunters returnpd_ fro-m the north woods with a pec8r'd of shooting six deer. The Milan Leader tells of a man placiag a new wall "under ileath." No wonder the maii's name is VTisdom. VVülifi Johnson and Mary Schultz, ol Xorth Lak were m.irriod Thanksgiving svening by Kev. Mr. WunderÜeh. Dr. O. B. Wright lias removed 'rom Chelsca to Pitteford and Dr. Straagway removes to Chicago the latter part of the nioutb. Chelsea now holds up hor hcad. Slie puts on city airs. She has just made a contract lor electric üghting. She will have sewerage next. Miss Ellen Clark, of Dexter, died lust Thursday, of la grippe. The papers of this week chronicie the fact that ia grippe has again appearod in New York. Chesea has a concert series, tickets to whieh are $2. The concerts are given by the Boston Ideal Club, Swedish Male Quartette and Schuruann Lady Quartette. O. C. Burkhart, of Lima, is glad he had a birthday the other day and he now counts tho hours since that event on a new gold wateh, a memento of the occasion. Tracy L. Towncr, of Ypsilanti, the newly appointed agent for the state board oí corrections and charities, is also circuit court commissioner. He is a young man of much promise. A pesky barbed wire fence attempted to stop the descent of Ike Freer from a loíid of straw which overturned aear Grass Lake, bul it diiln't The fenee was ruinèd bul Isaac piokad Iiimself up. unhurt. Will Fih(T was married on Wedneday last. weck to Miss Hattie Sehinid, ;it the residence of the bride's fattíer i;i Lima, about sixty beiog present at ttte weddjng. Rey. Mr. Wunderlleh, of Fredonia, performed the cèremony. O'en Peppci' was ürlvïrig a team with a oad of luinber across the race bridge, in Wilson's mili yard, Weflneaday rnorniaig, when tlie hnnber süd off wagon, striking him and kuoeking liim off the bridge into the race, teil or twelve feet below, the lumber on top of him. Ho was badly bruiscd but no bones were broken. The ice broke with his fall which probiibly eaved 'nis liíe.- Milán Leader. " 'Wheatlands' comprises 480 acres, 380 of which is tülable land, 70 dcvotod to pasture and 30 acres of wood land. The past season there was raisod on the farm 2,200 bushels of wheat, 2,500 bushels of corn, 400 bushels of barley and 250 bushels of oats. Eighty tons of hay were ent. The farm is stocked with 13 hors 8 a.nd colts, 29 (head oí cattlu, 25 hogs and 500 sneep. The plaec is nleely kepr, the buildings and felices ate in excellent repair and the fields, irom our observation point, looked fertile, fair anrl fine. The farm hands were ut work gathering in the corn erop and were neax the end of the busy season. We could not but admire and commend all that wc saw oí this typical Michigan farm." ,