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Among Our Neighbors

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The Creamery is now receiving betwecn 25,000 and 30,000 pounds of mük per week. They expect soon to receive that amount daily, and will then put in a not her skimmer. Milán can be congratulated upon having such an enterprise. CHELSEA STANDARD. The burned district is to be rebuilt. Frank Statïan has purchased half of the Babcock block and the two gentlemen will erect a building together. This is ■weieome news as many were afraid the buildings would never be rebuilt. THE YPSILANTIAN. E. E. Trim, Commander Wise, and Capt. E. P. Allen attended the G. A. R. encampment at. Owosso this week. Capt. Allen made a fine speech at the camp fire and was elected delégate at large to the national encampment to be held at Pittsburg. DEXTER LEADER. The earliest plowing we have heard of this season was done by a Webster farmer last week Wednesday. Very cold weather when Webster isn'tat the head of the procession. After five years in the milk business Geo. Marshall has deeided to retire. He has sold out to A. N. Hodgeman. who is now supplying the customers. SALIXF. OBSERVER. Willie Fuoss went to Ann Arbor yesterday, where he expects to have his neck operated upon. Many doubtless of late have noticed the large swelling he has been wearing on his throat and neck. The auction of E. Helber last Friday was well attended. We feel safe in saying that there were more people than have been seen at any auction in the county for years. CHELSEA HERALD. Next Sunday will be an occasion of rare interest at the Methodist church in this place. Some repairs and decorations have been made in the interior. It will be ready for re-opening at that time. The eloquent Bishop, W. X. Ninde, of Detroit, formerly president of the Northwestern University, will preach morning and evening. On Saturday evening an informal reception will be given the Bishop. It will be held at the church from 7 :30 to 9 :.'!0. The citizens generally are invited to be present at the reception, and also at the Sunday services. YPSILANTI SENTINEL. Ypsilanti is becoming well known throughout the state as a horse center. ( '. L. Yost delivered to Detroit parties yesterday a fine team of coach horses. He has purchased nearly twenty horees for persons about the state so iar this season. At the St.Patrick'a Day banquet Fr. Goldrick of Northfield, in a syle all his own, proved himself a comedian of no mean rank. His "Home Bule for II -eiland" was encored, and an original sony ■Under the Bright Electric L,ight,': filled with local hits, convulsed the audience. He was again encored, giving one stanza of "Wearing o' the Green. !' MANCHESTER ENTERPRISE. J. H. Kingsley is nursing a wounded thumb. Like many foolish men, he arose to build the fire, and in cutting kindling he neglected to take his hand away from the block and the hatchet clipped off a portion of his thumb. Following upon the heel of his election as president of the vülage, this is hard luck. Eighteen stars, 17 of the first magnitude, that is to say, females, went to Tecumseh to attecd a meeting of the star chapter there last Thursday evening. There were 19 stars present from Adrián and it was a brilliant gathering. A five o'clock tea was served and a most enjoyable meeting held. The "work" was nicely done and the congratulations were hearty. YPS1LANTI COMMERCIAL. There is a boy in Romulus, who has, besides his father and mother, two grandfathers, two grandmothers, two great-grandfathers and three greatgrandmothers - and the whole twelve reside in that township. The happy lot of a boy with a grandmother has often been commented upon : but who can measure the beatitude of a boy with two grandmothers and three greatgrandmothers! Our people learn witli regret that H. M. lióse has tendered his resignation as manager of the Keeley Institute, to take effect May 1. At that time he expects to go to Grand Kapids to engage in the insurance business. We shall be very sorry indeed to part with him. The institute is enjoying an increased patronage, and the business is better now than it has been for months past.


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