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P. J. Lehman is taking thevillage assessment. C. E. Letts, of Detroit, was here on Tuesday. The L. O. T. M. will have a match social at their hall, Saturduy night. F. E. Ives, of Unadilla, was among relatives here on Wednesday. J. H. Aiken, of Fort Wayne, Ind., was here this week about legal business. J. A. Leach, of Paw Paw, was among friends here the first of this week. M. B. Moon has been elected superintendent of the M. E. church Sunday school. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Wra. Lewick, of this village, on last Monday night a daughter. The Epworth League will have a Proverb social at the M. E. church parlors, Friday night. The young people are having great sport this week hanging May baskets every evening. W. G. Dancer returned from Detroit Monday night, where he had been as a juror in the U. S. court. Many farmers are afraid that so much wet weather will cause the spring-sown grain to rot before it can grow. The high school entertainment last Friday night was well attended and very creditable to those who prepared it. Thcre was another free fight here last Tuesday and no effort whatever, made to enforce, the ordinance against that kind of lawlessness. C. H. Kempf was ín Chicago at the opening of the World 's Fair, and made arrangements to return with his family, later, and spend several weeks at the show. John F. Lawrence and the company's engineers were here on Tuesday, preparing their plot for defense in the Conklin damage suit, in falling over a wire on their grounds. A gun club has been organi.ed in this village, and all those who want to know how to trifle away the 'reatest amount of time to the least possible account cannot do better :hen join it. Louisa Guide died at the residence of lier mother in this village last week of quick consumption, and was buried last Sunday from the Lutheran church. She was 21 years j old and had many friends. ; Mr. Bezovsky, a student at the University, and a native of Bulgaria, gave an interesting talk to a unión meeting at the Congregational church, last Sunday night, on the religión and custom of his people. The market has been very dull the past week and arrivals small. Wheat now brings 65c for red or white; rye 52c; oats 35c; beans $1.75: potatoes 65c; dressed pork $8; clover seed $6; eggs 15c; butter 23c. Milo Baldwin died at his residence near here on Thursday last week of paralysis. He was 69 years old and had sperit most of his life in this county. He leaves a wife and one daughter, who will sadly miss him from their pleasant home. He was a man of strong convictions and great -influence wherever he was. He had a host of friends about here who sympathize with the family in their great bereavement.


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