Local politieians predict ibe ie-elecion oí' Supervisor Hall. Stmday was one of the worst days we have experienced tbis season. Mrs. E. M. Pierce has retnrned from short visit with friends in Chelsea. John Mohrlock has been seriotisly ill t the residence of his brother, Hen,ry. Mrs. John Staebler formerly of this place, died iu Manchester last week of ïeart disease. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trolz will move on the farm near Wampler's Lake 'ormerly ocenpied by George Gilbert. Misses Louise and Dena Uphaus, of Ann Arbor, are here to attend the weding of their cousin Miss Clara Uphaus. Liúda Stenigeweg has been qnite ill. L. S. Htiber has returned to Ann Arbor for further treatment at the hospitals. A considerable nuniber of people attended the auction at the farm of the late Mowry A. Pierce notwithstanding the inclement weather. The farm implements and housebold goods of the late John J. Robison were sold at auction Tuesday. Mrs. Robison and son, Cassins, will reside in Detroit. Mr. George Bertke and Miss Clara Feldkamp were married last week and spent sorne days with frends at Riga. They will reside in Josialr Sloat's tenant house. John Roller and Miss Clara Uphans were married at the resideuce of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Uphans at 2 o'clock on Wednesday. A large company assembled to do honor to the occasion.