Bert Bissell is moving on a farm near Belleville. Will Walters has taken a farm to work near Belleville. Mr. Price is plastering his new house, the work is being done by Richardson & Son. Miss Georgië Covert, who is teaching niHsic and drawing in Chicago is home for the week. John Fosdyke has again comraenced repairing his dweiling house which he proposes to fu up for his store and post office. Mrs. C. Eaton, after a five days rest at home, has returned to Tecumseh to be with her aunt, Mrs. Cairns, who is very low. Dallas Pierce and his sister, Mrs. Thorn, were called to Peru, Ind. , last Wednesday by the fatal illness of their brother, Chas. Pierce. Mrs. Jason Cross has so far recovered as to be able to be moved to her home from the Ypsilanti hospital as soon as weather and roads permit. Mr. Bovee who has been on a farm near Prairies lake for the past 3 years moved Tuesday on Mrs. Campbell's farm one mile south of this place. Now let the farmers at election vote for the county on hawks, minks and wiesels who will infest the poultry yard the coming season carrying the spoils of their wibes some work. If the women could vote they'cl do it. M. J. Cavanaugh the Democratie nominee.for Circuit Judge is well known in the county by those interested in education to have elevated the work in that line. and will repay the people for the trust imposed in him. Judging the future by the past we feel confident if elected he will faithfully perform the duties of the office. The office of circuit judge requires an .i nou m bent who will deal out equal and unbiased justice toall. As Mr. Cavanaugh has already made a record in that line in dealing with the many teachers, with as many different degrees of qualilications we bespeak for him if elerted a fair and honorable record.