trardening has begun. Willie Shuart began work again at the painting trade in Ypsilanti Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Galpin ana daughter Minnie, attended the funeral of a deceased relative at Belleville Sunday. Old Mr. Bunn is very ill and his recovery doubtf ui. ïtob't Shankland, John Weismeyer and a mustang had quite a iracas Sunday, but no serious damage to any of the trio. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Shuart were called to Salem Monday to attend the funeral services of a brother-in-Iaw. Their son Fred also attended. Wm. H. Smith, of Wayne, and Hattie Spencer, of Ypsilanti, were married at the M. É. parsonage by Rev. J. L. Newkirk the evening of the 4th of April. Mrs. J. L. Newkirk returned last week from a visit with relatives at Munith and Pinckney. It is said by those who ought to know that atteadance at church services has not been so great in 20 years as it is now.