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H. S. Holmes was ia Northville this week on business. Baboook & Wood pay out $150 a week now to girls for picking beans. Christmas festivities of sorne kind are being prepared by all the chnrches. Lester Canfield, of Ann Arbor, was here to see bis brother ou Taesday. Trade is good in town and likely to continue so until after the holidays. Many of the young people have been enjoying theinsslves skating this week N. E. Freer has moved hislaw office into the Batch building over Beisell's grocery. W. E. Stephenson has erected a very fine monument in Oak Grove cemetery recently. The tax gatherer is again abroad in the land and some have-already paid their taxes. The water works tank was filled wifcb water on Monday. It leaked and made some very large icicle C. M. Bowen and wife are closing up their affairs near here and will go to Ypsilanti the last of this week to reside. Henry Rook, of Lyndon, is very siok. His brother and sister from Canada ar rived bere this week to visit and take care of him. Rev J. I. Nickerson preached an excellent temperance sermón last Sunday nigbt to a unión meeting at the M. E. churoh. All the stndeuts who are attending school at Aun Arbor and Ypsilanti Erom bere spent Thanksgiving with relatives here. . The first blizzard of the seasan reached here last Saturday and found people 'enerally piepared for it. We have aad near zero weather ever since. Joe and Ella Stevens made a flying cali on friends here between trains on Wednesday, as they were on their way jack from Connectieut to their home in Tbree Oak.=. Howard Canfield had his leffc foot crushed io a hay pres3 at C. P. Clark's n Lyndon ou Monday. It has beeu amputated three iuches below the knee, and his recovery is not certain. There is a buil dog in this villagf named ''Pingree." He is a popular, jnowing fellow and was named after ■he governor elect. That wortby haF not yet been informed of the honor donf lim here. The wheat market met with a sei Daok after reaohing 90 cents and it now brings 88 cents, rye 32 cents, barley 60 cents, oats 15 cents, beans 50 cenU with shrinkage, cbiokens 5 cents, ènrteys 834 cents, dressed hogs 4 cents, potatoes IS cents, butter 12 cents, eggs 15 cents.


Ann Arbor Argus
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