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The new Congregational parsonage in Chelsca is going up There are nineteen foreign students in the Dexter high school. UnadilU people have watched and fought marth fire for three weeks. The W. C. T. U. hold their county convention in Manchester, October 3rd. Mrs. Lena Cole died in Saline township, Sept. 14, aged eighty-four years. Alonzo Bennett died in Ypsilanti, September 14, aged seventy-one years. Miss Katie Rath, formerly of Ypsilanti, died in Detroit, Sept. 17, agd 19 years. W. Beman has put in a new forty horse power engine in the Waterloo milis. There are many more foreign students attending the Manchester schools than usual. L. Beetle, of Ypsilanti, fell upon a knife while butchering last week #nd put himself badly. The Webster club holds its next meeting at William Bali's and have a fair on that occasion. Raymond & Bowers, of Manchester took the rirst premium at the 6tate fair on a year old sow. Candidate for Congress Fellows celebrates his twenty-fifth wedding anniversary in Sharon tomorrow. The Ypsilanti Sanitarium hotel is now called the Occedental Hotel. Nothing like a big name to draw custom. Fred Martty, of Manchester, has hustled over to Minneapolis, to spend a two weeks vacation wtih his parents. Several Dexter hunters recently bagged twelve wood cock and eleven partridges and feit happy over their days work. Look out for Whittaker items next week. Correspondents are wan led in other towns not now represented. Harry R. Hay wood, of Salem, has been honorably discharged from the U. S. regular army and has returned home. A large cistern holding 520 barrels of water has been put in on the city road in Manchester, for better fire protection. The janitor of the Dexter high school put in his spare time building tables tor the school. The kind of a janitor to have. The Grand División of the Sons of Temperance of Michigan will hold its annual session in Ypsilanti, October ioth. The mission festival at the German evangeHcal church in Manchester, resulted in a collection of $92 for foreign mission work. Our readers near Manchester should remember the grand democratie rally there next Wednesday, October 3, to be addressed by Hon. Willard Stearns. Nathan Caeerly, Salem's harness maker, has removed to Clarkesville. A. E. Perkins, of South Lyon, has removed to Salem to again begin harness making there. Dexter had a real live Uncle Tom's Cabin show last Monday evening, and Chelsea had it Tuesday evening. Neither village can crow over the olher in that score. Prof. B. L. D'Ooge has been elected president of the Ypsilanti Y. P. S. C. E., Miss Emma Morehouse, vice-president, Miss Lutie M Densmore, secretary and W. Cowell treasurer. Miss Nina Walker, daughter of , Dr. Walker, of Salem, was married September 12 by Rev. S. R. Calkins. The wedding ws largely attended and the gifts handsome and numerous. William H. Louden has been elected president of the Ypsilanti fair association, John F. Spafïard and Peter Cook, vice presidents; William Campbell, treasurer; Frank Joslyn, secretary and the executive will consist of Walter H. Hawkins John E. Betts, Oscar Westfall, James M. Kress, P. H. Murray, Peter Weinett and James E. Bemis.