Mrs. Sullivan, of Webster, died last Wednesday. The Ypsilanti Building and Loan association has reorganized. Mat D. Blosser, of the Manchester Enterprise, wants to learn to sing. Dexter will have an opportunity to see the "Deestrict Skule" soon. Two thousand bushels of wheat were marketed in Dexter last Friday. Rawsonville is eager to have the street railway to Ypsilanti, extended that far. Christoph Sell has bought forty acres of land in Webster township for $8oo. Philip Stierle, of Saline, had three ribs broken in a runaway accident, recently. Jacob Loucks, formerly of Manchester, died in Grand Rapids, January 2 9th. John Burns has bought out Martin and William Dawson, of Augusta, for $1,600. The W. H. Dell farm, in Saline, has been sold to the Schweirzer brothers for $50.25 an acre. Charles King and David M. Uhl, of Ypsilanti, have been drawn on the U. S. district jury in Detroit. Supervisor Jedele, of Dexter township, has had a magnificent Arctic owl mounted by John Bross i of Dexter. Cari Avery died at his parents home near Nora, February first, of typhoid fever. He was thirteen years oíd and an only son. Mrs. George Cook died in Salem, January 31, at the home of her sister, Mrs. L. D. Perking, whon she had been visiting for a week. Mrs. Anna Schulte died in Sharon, January 30, of paralysis, aged sixtyfive years. She was born in Germany and came to this country in 1849. Miss Welch, organist of St. Patrick'schurch, Northfield, was thrown from her carriage recently, by the horse taking fright at the cars. Luckily no bones were broken. Whitmore Lake has a new station agent, Mr. Moss, who will remove his family to that place from Temple. He is a telegraph operator and the station will now be a telegraph office, a great improvement as the many summer visitors will find.