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Fred Dupslaf intends to build a new kitcheu this summer. Hiram Day will shortly repair the old house on his father's place, and move into it. F. Schwass, the section foreman here, moved into S. P. Ballard's house last week. Mart. Dawson has hired out to O. Ainsworth, at Ypsilanti, and will move there shortly. Frank Fletcher, of Ypsilanti township, recently married Mrs. Gooding, of Stoney Creek. Fred Peppiatt and Ted Collyer went to Battle Creek and purchased a new threshing outfit. Charley Scott has rented a house and garden from R. VanWormer, on section 8 of Sumpter, and will move about April ist. Geo. Tuttle will move into the house that he leaves. Ed. Jackson will have a sale some time during March, to sell his personal property. He talks of going out near Jackson if he can find a suitable place. The Quakers have services at Day's church every Sunday, at 10:30 a. m., followed by Sunday school. They are trying to establish a branch church at that point. D. Russell has bought the whitewood timber on the Stanley farm near Rawsonville, and is trying to ' buy some timber of Perry Vorce, on section 6, in Sumpter. i