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Rules Of Election

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The following iiiformatioii regarding the quaJAficatious of voters at the coming spring elections is printed in order tliai) it inay reach all who care to become infonned on the subject: Citizen, natura! or foreign born. Every male inhabitant residïng in state on either June 24, 1835, or Jannary 1, 1850. Every male inhalitant of foreign birth who had resided Ln the state two yeara and sdx months prior to Nov. 8, 1894, and had declared intentiou of besoming a citizen prior to May 8, 1892. No one shall be an elector or entitled to vote at any election uniess above the age of 21 years and residáng in the state 6 months and in county or voting precinct 20 days preceding surft election. A residence in the state of one year and in the United States of full five years is required of inhabitants of foreign birth before citizenship can be oonferred. Declaración of intention must be made at least two years prior to taking out full citizenship papers. Aliens coming to the TInited States before the age of 18 years and residing in United States five years inay, on aiTiving art: the age of 21 years, declaire intention and obtain citizensliip papers at the same time. A male ohild under the age of 21 years at time alien father is naturalizad, beconies a citizen and upon arrtving at the age of 21 years. Tlie fee in circuit court for dedara.tioh of intention is 50 cents and for citizenship papers, $2. Whitmore Lak . Married at the home of the bride's pareuts, in Dixboro, Tuesday, Maroh 3, Libbie Hauby, of Dixborc, and George Lavender, of this place. Ira Fisher, of Green Oak, called on friends in tijis place Monday. David Dickerson went to Ann Arhor Monday morning to have his ears treated. Miss Nellie Trensdal, of this place, is very sick. Mrs. Willard Willson and daughter spent last Wednesday with Webster friends. Nellie Green will close a very sncoessful term of school in Dist. No. 1 today. A party of children bad a surprise party on Frank Fagan last Thursday and enjoyed themselves very much. A birthday social will be held at the home of Wm. Rane Friday evening, March 13th, it being Bev. H. W. Hick's birthday. Everyone invited. The yonng people had a very pleap. ant time last Wednesday evening at the home of Jennie Knight. Mrs. Etta Green and Mrg. Mary Knight spent a part of last week with South Lyon friends. The Good Templars will hold a sooial at their hall the first of April, called a "nose social." Noses will be bought at anction. Snpper. All invited. I O. O. F. give a danoing party at Royce's ball in Hamburg tonight. Cotnmittee : Bert Haigbt, Orrin Newberry, Am boy Royce, Lewis De Wolf e. Reuben Seeley, of Hamburg, is quite Mrs. Francés DeWolfe and Mrs. Mildrrd Whitlock visited Mrs. Bntterfield last week Tuesday.


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