York. Mrs. Baxter has purchased 40 acres of the Hathaway place just west of this village. Consideration, $2,OOO. A. B. Hathaway, of Vassar, Mich., has been in town on business for severa] days. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Clark visited friends at Dexter last week. John Richards is quite ill with pneumonía. Charles Booth has leased the Stephen Smith farm and will move onto it soon. Royal Lamb has rented Frank Davenport's farm and will move soon. Born, Thursday, March 7 th, to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hathaway, a j 1 y pound boy. Baptist services will be held next Sabbath at the usual hour in the M. K. church. The new seats for the Baptist church are expected here this week, and the work of removing the old pews will be begun Friday. Tuesday. evenrng, March I9th, a social will be held in the church, the pr.oceeds to apply on seat fund. If ;ill plans work well, the new pews will be in ] :ace for Sunday, the 24th inst. Sam. Hale and Miss May Hale have both been quite ill. Mrs. Allie Montague and baby are both quite ill. James Hall is moving onto his father's farm, one-half mile south of here. Miss Millie McMullen spent Sunday with her parents. She is living in Vpsilanti at present. Quarterly meeting last Sunday at the Methodist church. If you have any repairing to be done, or a horse to be shod, you will find John Moon at Sam. Hall's shop near Mooreville. John is a good workman and deserves a good patronage.