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Ambrose Kearney, of Ann Arbor, was here on business, Monday. There is much vigorous kicking over the state of the taxes this time. The Blind Boone concert last week was well attended and well liked. Rev. J. H. Mclntosh, of Grass Lake, was here Wednesday among friends. James Pendergast, of Owosso, has been with relatives about here the past week. H. L. Wood has been home on the sick list for some time, but is now out again. The Epworth League is about to purchase a piano for the M. E. church parlors. W, D. Harriman, of Ann Arbor, was here on Friday, last week, among friends. The firm name of the stove factory here has been changed to the Glazier Oil Stove Company. Parties f rom Parma have pur-, chased the Grange warehouse in this place, and will use it for storage purposes. Rev. W. W. Whitcomb, of the Baptist church, made a very scholarly and forcible address at the union service on Tfranksgivnug day. The Chelsea Dramatical Club will render a three-act drama entitled "Comrades" at the town hall, this evening, for the benefit of the K. O. T. M. The weather along back has been quite unfavorable to persons with weak lungs, and many have been, and many more will be, the viotims of lutig diseases. Orman Clark, of Siockbridge, well known here, died the first of this week of pweumonia, at the ge of about 45 years, leaving a wife and three children. Tames Smith died at lus residence one mile north of town last Monday night, of typhoid pneumonía. He was 63 ycars oíd, and leaves a wife and two children. He was well known all over the county and leaves a íarge circle of friends. Olive lodge, No. 156, F. &A. M., elected officers Tuesday night as follows: H. M. Woods, W. M.; R. S. Armstrong, S. W.; Geo. Blaich, I.VW.; Ed. Vogel, S. D. ; L. T. Freeman, J. D.; Theo. E. Wood, secretary; H. S. Holmes, treasurer; D. W. Maroney, tyler. The market continúes dull, and is more likely to be lower than higher. Wheat brings 68 ets., for red or white; rye, 49 oats 34 ets.; barley, $1.20; beans easy at $1.40 for the best; clover seed, $r, Pota" toes, 65 ets.; onions, 75 ets.; eggs, 20 ets.; butter, 20 ets.: chickens, 7 ets.; dressed pork, $6.25. "Haven't you broken your engagement with Harrv Summers yet?' ' "No," replied the' fair girl as she raised her hand to show her solitair, "I am still in the ring."


Ann Arbor Argus
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