Bad spring for making maple sugar i" these PartS' Sap Wn't rU"' Miss Lizzie Moore of Ann Arbor, g visiting her cousin, Mrs. M. F. Galpn. The ïoads between here and Ann Arbor are quite good for this time of the year. The sick ones in these parts, are all getting better, thanks to the skill of Dr. Lemen. Jacob Mayer is getting the timber on the ground for a large barn, to be built in the near future. The farmers about here are all ready for their spring work, as soon as the frost is out of the ground. Artie Covert had to leave school a few days on account of sickness, but he is better and has returned to Ann Arbor to school. Ed. Norton and James Bush have „one to Owosso to make a few land rollers. Ed. and Jim make the best and cheapest land, roller in use. Mr. James Bush has put up a new mili on his farm. He says that a 24 foot derrick and mill without the tank can be put up for $30.00. It would pay all the farmers in want ofamilltosee Mr. Bush's. The mill works like a charm.