St. Valentine's Day passed very quietly here, evenmin the postoffice. The doctors are very busy with colds and what results from them. Saw logs continue to be brought to the mili here in large quantities. Lent begins next Sunday, and will be observed by church people. Rev. L. P. Davis, of Ann Arbor, is helping in the revival meetings at the M. E. church thisweek. The ice continúes on the wheat fields, and it does not yet appear how much the damage will be. Rev. T. E. Arnold, of Tecumseh, is here assisting in special meetings, this week, at the Baptist church. A car load of harvestingmachinery of the Champion persuasión, was unloaded here last Wednesday for Hoag & Holmes. Fitzy Barrus died at the residence of his mother in this place, Thursday, last week, of consumption, at the age of 35 years. D. B. Taylor will leave for Battle Creek next Monday, to attend the Grand Lodge of the A. O. U. W. as representative of Chelsea Lodge, No. 67. There has only been one prosecution under the ordinances of this village since last March. It was not because the ordinances have not been violated. John VanRiper died at his residence in this village on Thursday, last week, at the age of 65 years. He had been ailing a long time, and his death was not unexpected. He leaves many friends in this county. John A. Palmer and Miss Carrie Mohrlock were married at the residence of the bride's father, threc miles southwest of town, Wednesday night last week, by Rev. Henry Haag. They have the good wishes of many friends. Wheat comes in more freely this week and brings 69c for red anc 68c for white; rye brings 56c; barley, $1.20 for a fair article; oats, 35 beans, $ 1 . 70 for the best pea variety ; clover seed, $8; potatoes, 70c; dressed pork, $8.50; butter, 20c; eggs, 26c.