News Notes From Emery
Emery, Nov. 17.- Frank Sutton of Detroit, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sutton.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Koch are entertaining company from the north.
Will Treadwell returned Saturday from Adrian where he has been buying up Jersey pigs.
Sheriff Gauntlett, Deputy Sheriff Gillen, and E. Stofflet spent Friday on the farm of Wm. Burlingame.
P. G. Mclntyre, a prominent farmer of Northfield, has gone into stock raising extensively. He has at present twenty-seven calves on hand.
There has been no services for the past two Sundays at Leland church. The pastor, Mr. Wilson, being unable to come so far to preach.
The K. O. T. M. M. will nominate officers for the coming year at their next regular meeting.
The family of Will Winans, formerly of this place, now of Whitmore Lake, are sadly afflicted with scarlet fever. They have lost their little girl and the other children are dangerously ill with it. Mrs. Bart Winans is there assisting in caring for them. Mr. and Mrs. Winans have the sympathy of the entire community in their sad bereavement.
Mr. Michael Kearney of Superior, was the guest of Mr. Fraser's family last Sunday.
Ann Arbor Argus-Democrat