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Among Our Neighbors

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( '. M. Pellows Tuesday handed us a handful of apple blossoms. Xot a good prospect for nuxt season. Arbeiter ill hold a dance at Arbeiter park Friday evening, Sept. 20. Music by the Ann Arbor orchestra. Kead one of the Washtenaw Fair books. Lefs make the event a grand success this fall. If you have not seen a copy and want one cali at this office and set one f ree. "There is no place like home," these were evidently the thoughts of tëverett Shaw and family. Wednesday they moved back from Jackson to their farm home south of town. Fred Beutler's threshinggang, southwest of here, are a rather tony crowd for threshers, they are all dressed with plug hats and go about their work with the airs of a inillionaire. They are, by the way, campaign hats. Ypsilanti Sentinel. Clyde Roe says its a boy and he is correspondingly nappy. He has been watching it since Tuesday. Prof. George B. Hodge, who is at home on a visit, mourns the ioss of a new Columbia. which was stolen from his home one evening last week. Mrs. W. W. Worden was thrown ov feil from her carriage Thursday aftercoon, and rendered unconscious by the 6hock, although it afterward proved that she was not seriously hurt. Fred Pease reached home last week from Europa. H e left his aunt and sister at Munich, vvhere the latter will study for a year. At New York he passed a pleasant day with John Dodge, who will sing opera this winter. After service last Sunday morning, Rev. H. M. Morey announced his resignation from the charge of the First Presbyterian church. In hisannouncement he gave as a reason the disaffection existing, and said he had no plans as yet for the future. L. Millar, a Michigan Central brakeman. whose home is in Dearborn, had his riyht hand caught and badly bruised while coupling cars at the station yard yesterday. Dr. uwen was called and attended hirn. Fortunately the hand will be saved intact. Manchester Enterprise. Kimble fe Schmid have received a load of lumber to be made into celery boxes. The stars and stripesareseen floating from the topof the high school building every school day now A special examination of teachers for third grade certificates will be held at the high schooi building in this village on Priday, Sept. 20th. The premium list of the 47th annual fair of Washtenaw county, which is to be held at Ann Arbor, Tuesday to Friday, Sept. 24-27, has been placed on our table. It is neatly gotten up. The adjourned school meeting to tako into consideración ttie building of an annex to the central building or the building of a new ward school, will be held at the ward school on Monday night. Dexter Leader. Alfred Phelps is attending the fair as one of the judges. Villiage treasurer Keith reports every dollar of the village taxes paid. Robert W. Bena is exhibiting his new patent farm gate at the state fair_ Will Carpenter is preparing to move his family from Hudson to Ann Arbor, where he has a situation on the street railway. Dick Bell is to the front with another successful invention. For the past few weeks he has been at work on a bean separator which embodies several original ideas. 1 he machine is now being operated and it is said by competent judges to do very superior work. About twenty members of the Y. M. C. A. of Ann Arbor held a meeting at the Congregational church last Sunday afternoon, which was well attended and of a great interest. The young men were full of zeal for their good work and their example will not be without its good effect here. They will be warroly welcomed again. Chelsea Herald. Messrs. Archie Bacon, John O'Brien and Arthur Bacon left for Detroit last Monday to resume their studies at Detroit College. It is always safe, as a do your trading with people who think enough of your patronage to invite you through the columns of the newspapers. The man who does his advertising with a marking brush on the lid of the packing case, exclusively, will be found narrow and close in thè deal. The liberal advertiser will always be found a liberal dealer, one who would rather sell many goods at a small profit than hold a few for big prolits. Retff John Wall, oí Dexter, wlllbeordalned a priest of tbe Catholic ('hun-h next Thursday, Sept 12, 1895, by Rt Rev. Bishop Foley. of üetrciit. On Sunday. Sept. 15, Father WaU will celeVji'ate his tirst Mass in St. Joseph's ('hurch, Dexter. The eeremonv will begin at 10:30 a.m. Rev. E. I). Kelly, of Ann Arbofj will preach.


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