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Miss Nettie Latson will teach in Tecumseh. Our genial " County History man " is frequently through town. Miss Jessie Williams bas gone to teach in Cadillac this year. School in District No. 2 has commenced, with Miss Treadwell as teacher. W. E. Boyden is in Lansing as a member of the state fair executive committee. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson attended the funeral of Mr. Wilson's brother at Hanover last week. There are from Webster over a dozen studente in the high schools of Dexter and Ann Arbor. Frank Lomas, of the Michigan Central boiler works, at Jackson, visited his folks last Sunday. Last Monday night G. W. Pheips was elected director of school district No. 2, and J. H. Boyle director of district No. 1. In this viciniiy threshing will be suspended until after seeding. Some have sown already. Many are afraid of insect work in early sowing. There will be an ice-cream social at the residence of W. E. Boyden Friday evening, September 18. It will be uader the charge of the Y. P. S.C. E., which has secured the Business Men's Quartette of Ann Arbor to render music as a part of the literary program. Wbltmore Lnke. Master Fred Stevens will attend school in Detroit this next season. Frank Haynes left Saturday to join his father at Gregory. Mr. Spiegleberg moved him. Mrs. Baxter, guest of the Clifton, has been quite ill with rheumatism, but is convalescing. MitTodd has been afllicted with the prevailing disease, rheumatism, but is still "in line." Master Georsie Todd was called home Thursday by the illness of his father, Chas. Todd, of Kalamazoo. Mr. Baxter, the merchant tailor, of Detroit, spent the Sabbath with hia family, who are guests of the Clifton House. Miss Ann Rane was the recipiënt of a beautiful gold heartset with diamonds, presented by Mrs. Bland, of Detroit, last week. Flete Smith, of the Clifton, was quite under the weather last week, but is around again. Nothing serious is apprehended. Mr. Bousenberger threshed about 2000 bushels of grain for Mr. Webber last week, besides doing up Fohey, Todd, Barker, Pray and McDonald. Messrs. Coyle Otto, and Will Spiegleberg, the threshers, are rustlers. They threshed in one day last week, for Hon. Wm. Ball, 1,305 bushels of grain. Next! Ihere were two picnics at Wiederaan's grove last week. Pretty cool for them, bnt judging from the sounds wafted to these shores, they had an enjoyable time. Bev. JenninuB will deliver his last discourse for thj3 conference year next Sabbath, 10:30 a. m. We confidently look for his return to this charge next year. He is a very able minister, and we are truly fortúnate in getting him back. His hosts of friends will be glad to welcome him. Salem. Calvin Wheeler is on the sick list. Miss Ortensia Allen is seriously til. Rev. K. E. Manning, of Detroit, was in the village on Monday. Mise Hyndman, of Glencoe, Ont., is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Frederick. Mrs. Ed. Naylor has returned from a two weeks' sojourn with her sister at Mio. Miss F. TVeedale has returned from a week's visit with friends at St. Thomas, Ontario. The Maccabees are buzzing; two candidatos are expected for the next regular review. Mrs. Tweedale, who has been on an extended visit to friends and relatives in Ontario, returned home last Thursday. ■The union public school opened on Monday with a large attendance. We are pleased to state that the etaff is unchanged. Willie Frederick has been awarded a building lot in Florida, as a prize in a rebus contest, offered by the Household Companion Company. The folio wing were elected public school trustees: Two years, John Vansickle and Frank Ryder. One year, Cody Burnett and James Woodworth. Ben Adem División Uniformed Rank K. of P., of Plymouth, will give an exhibition drillon the streets of Salem, at six p. m. Friday. They will be out in full forcé. Don't misa it. The father of Edward Crandall passed away last Saturday at an ad vaneed age. He resided with his son-in-law, A. Johnson, from whose residence the funeral took place last Monday, to the Methodist cemetery. Dlllau. Rev. Wm. Buxton is seriously ill. Mrs. D. Chapin is visiting friends in Grand Rapids. Mrs. Heaton, of St. Louis, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Coe. Mrs. A. Fuller returned to her home in Minneapolis the first of the week. E. M. Fuller will take charge of the intermedíate department at the Milan school Monday. Mr. Fulcher, of Novi, has bought A. Dexter's houRe on the corner of East Main and Wilcox-sts. J. Dexter has traded his house on Wabash-st for Mrs. Richards' house on the corner of Dexter and Wabash-sts. Miss Julia King will leave next week for Chattanooga, Tenn., where she intends spending the winter with friends. The Baptist association was well attended Wednesday morning. The following delegates were present: Rev. A. S. ('arman, Ann Arbor; Rev. J. W. Stone, Clinton; Rev. W. A. Rupert, Grasa Lake; Rev. H. Burns, Hillsdale; Rev. J. E. Platt, association superintendent, and F. E. Jones, Saline; Deacon Gooding and wife, Mrs. J. U. Fuller, Mrs. Buxton, York; Rev. J. L. Cheney, Rev. Mr. Smith, Deacon Wm. J. Canfleld, Mrs. E. Day and Mrs. M. Roberts.


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