Chelsea election, March 9. Saline is affliected with tiddledywink parties. Corporation elections occur in Grass Lake and Milan, March 9. Charles Smith, of Chelsea, has shipped 200 calves in the past two months. A donation party will be given Rev. Mr. Bartlett, of Saline, tomorrow evening. The March meeting of the Saline Farmers' club will be held at Hon. E. P. Harper's, the second Friday in March. The two per cent government loan will be discussed. The blacksmith shop of John Reddaway and Goodman's secondhand store in Ypsilanti were burned at a very early hour, Friday. Reddaway's loss was $1,000, insured for $400. Goodman's loss was $2,000, insured for $1,600. The Grass Lake News strikes the nail on the head when it says: "When you meet the editor of the News and he asks you if there is anything fresh on the wing, don't say, 'No, nothing.' But stick your head out of your shell andejacuJate, 'Of course there is,' and then give him a scrap or two for this department. Some people will read what others contribute, year in and year out, but never give a line themselves. This is idiocy and injustice to other readers of the paper. Every man can now and then furnish items to a newspaper if he only will wake up and exercise his memory.