M. W. Bush, of Jackson, wasliere on Wednesday The finishing touches are beiDg put on the Schenck store. Mrs. J. M. Letts visited her sister in Detroit the fust of the week. GiJbert Munsell and vvife, of Owosso, visited friends here Wednesday. Wheat is likely to get a very fair giuwth yet this fall, ït it was sowed late. Farmers are finishing up their work and business is very dull in towii this week. A drummer for the Detroit Free Press canvaased this viilage on Wednesday. Matthew Houser lias started a meat market in the McKone block on Middle street. The electric Iiahts were not ou deck on Wednesday night and the stores -ere dusky. Sbme here are disgusted over the knocking out of womeu suffrage by the Supreme Coiirt. The excursión Tuesday had nine ears not very well fllled. Only eïght or ten went from here. More are expected to go Friday. Byron Congdon, whohas been visiting relatives here the past two tnonths, wíl] Ieave fur bis home at Grand Junction, lowa, on Friday. The county eonvention of "W. C. T, U. wil) convene at the M. E. church on Thursday moruing and continue to Friday Digbt, wlien an address will be given by Rev. J. M. Gelston, of Aun Arbor. The markets continue dull and prices about the same as last week. Wheat 57c, rye 43c, barley 85c to $1.10, oats 28c, clover seed $5, beans düll at $1.30, potatoes 50c, onions 45c, apples $2 per barrel for ehoice, carrots and turnips 25c, squash and cabbage 5c, eggs 18c, butter 22c.