Emery Keppler, sou of John Keppler, of Aun Arbor towu, goes to vork in Donabue's grocery store this week. He has recently returned from the Klondike vhere he went in compauy with his brother, George Keppler, Phil. O'Hara aud others. They made the gold fielils after suffering great hardships, wading waist deep through ice cold water, crawling along icy slopes on hands and knees. Bilt when they got there, the fortunes they sought were not in sight. In fact they made up their miuds that the whole thing was a sell. ïhey could find a little fine gold dust, trat uothing that woud pan out big aud tnrned back while they could yet make the return trip horne. George Keppler stopped in Dakota where big wages wei'e offered threshers aud Phil. O'Hara is at work iu St. Paul and is expected home bef ore Christmas.