Frank E. Jones is attending court at the county capital. George Johnson, the egg and butter buyer, was in town last Saturday. Mr. C. M. Webb's wife, Mrs. Jennie Webb. died last Friday morning. E. M. Dennis, ot the firm of Dennis & Glover, is a Detroit visitor today. Mr. L. Lutz of Ann Arbor was looking over Saline and shaking hands with old friends Wednesday. Anson Harmon, proprietor of the Harmon House, is taking in the Stockbridge fair with his Texas Jim. The political atmosphere here is getting several degrees warmer. Nevertheless Cleveland and Stearns are ahead and they are going to get there sure. Dennis & Glover have sold one of their new engines to the Milan Apple Drying Company. They put it in operation last Tuesday. It worked to the entire satisfaction of the purchasers. The Union school social Friday evening was not very well attended. It seems strange that people will not turn out and try to encourage their children. If it had been a horse or cattle show, there would have been a tush to see who could pay his twenty-fi ve or fifty cents first.