This place has taken on a germine Doom, buildings are springing up in every direction. tíight days ago Pray Bros. struck the first blow on the new store building of Chas. L. Rane and unigbt it ís complete, shelving in, painting done aud it is ready for Ylessrs. Lantz & Taylor, who will occupy it for their general store. This auilding is 22 feet by 50 feet with 24 t'oot posts and we venture there never was a building ot this dimensión put up in thfi same length of time in Washtenaw connty. Jas. Robins' house is finished and bis household goods are here and he will be ready to receive callers in a few days. Onr new cheese factory building is complete and the rnachinery will be here in a few days. Mr. Robins expects to start the factory by May 15. Mr. Donahue, from Dixboro, has purchased a lot and will build thereon this snmmer. Ed. Glavin has purchased a lot from Mrs. Pray and will build at once. We are glad to learn that Mrs. Wm. Dunlap is convalescing after a three weeks' tnssle with La Grippe. Miss Mary Kearney, of Ann Arbor, has been the guest of Miss Mae Dunlap the past three days. Miss Eliza Kearney is our new school marm. She opened school Monday with 42 scholars, 20 of wliich range in age form five to nine years. Miss Lncile O Conner, oí Detroit, is visiting her aunt Miss Marr. Detroit parties are negotiating for a site on which to put a 15,000 club lonse and the Pray Bros. always on the alert for the -welfare of Whitmore Lake say they will acconimodate them. Maurice F. Lantz of the firm of Lantz & Taylor has gone east to pnrchase a stock of goods to place in the new store which they will occnpy next Saturday. The stoae foundation is being bnilt for the new depot at this place.