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il. l'arker bas opened up his stock o boots and shoes. The public schools go on for tli spring term next week. E. G. Iloag& Co. are putting hard ware into their stock of goods. The late rain and snow have don great good to growing wheat. A very line car load of fat sheep wer shipped frorn here last Tuesday. J.N. Howland of Ypsilanti bough hides and pelts here Weduesday. Tliree tickets will be in the field her next Monday and a lively time may h expected. There has been about one load o wheat a dav here this week aud i brought 8üets. per bushei . Measles and whooping cough are common in this village and in the surrounding country. ïhe doctors are very busy. A break down in the engine at the mili has caused it to stand still all this week. They expect to be ready tor business again next Monday. Miss Boomer an evangelist from Canada is assisting in revival meetings at the M. E. church this week. ïhe meetings are largely atteuded and much interest is being aroused. Many ure asking what they shall do to be tiaved. Mis. Jennie McNamara, a fornier resident of this village, und weil and ïavorably kuown here died at her home in Traverse City last week and was buried there last Sunday. Her many friends here regret her untimely demise and her bereaved husdand has their sympathy. George Taylor, living one mile south of here, met with a very serious accident last Monday. He was breaking a colt, which ran away twice and the second time went {over Mr. Taylor with the wagon, the wheel of which struck him m the back, breaking two ribs and injuring him internally, but how seriously time only will teil. He is apparently doina; well at present and unless iulliimmation sets in he will recover.


Ann Arbor Argus
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