Bet h 1 congregatiou In Freedom contribnted $4550 towarda and foi-elgn mlsstons durlng vmh. tiic eunrch has 119 members. The Contrlbotloñs are largér In proportion t mem'bership thüii the contributions ia uiost eitifs. A steatn Ice cutter wliich puts botb wajï et once lias been ns'it i.n Bi-ldgéwater the past week. The Manchester Creatnery '. pald the farmers $1,196.76 laai week for milk taken to nimer.y u December. The York high bcüóo! hold a soctal Frid&y evening, Jan. 2f. , cas ■wlll be iut. in severa! moie dwelllngs In Saline. Michael Moliart has bougbt the ïann of s. r,. Hartwell south n' Saline George Johnson found a blue táceí öve fet.a ion;; m liis t'ariu near Saline the other day. The snakc was enjoyIng tbc sim. Airs. O. L. Warner died last Tuesday at tbc home of her son. '. ('. Warner of Lxl). The Miluri postuffice Issued 2.588 mono? orders during year 1901. Kev, II. Toros Daghistan 'has r$glgned the pastorate of 1 lie Baptist iiiirch in Jlilan. 3-year-old chlM at Wiiii.un Miiler of Augusta (lied i.-i-st week, death betng bnpposed to have ensued from heart trouble. A. J. Pratt of Webster, who is fatcening 1000 lamlis, welgUs ihc-iii eacb w, i-K. He fiiunil Unit recently thelr galn in weight one week - ■ Dvcr ' mr and a half lic liad i' í two I a qn . uil I (Vi -k. n'oald liavc brought liiiu in u thborhood ■ t fij.50 11 ■ old llie:u.