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Mr.-s. Bassett feil in Salin July 28 and broke her arm. Mrs .Brogan, of Saline, broke her arm on Tu sday o 1 ist week, t y telling upon it. George Haareis of ,t Freedom, was thrown to the ground,' July 27 and thj wheel of his wagon passed over him, fortunately without injuring him. darence Schnlerle, of Clinton, was kicked by a colt on Wednesday of las! week. Although his skull was frac tured just the oye, he will retover. Allie Baker, son of Mrs. C. Fosdick of Saline, had his arm crushed by a car wheel. while working for the Lake Shore, in Toledo. He is at homo witb his mother at present. As Green Johnson and his wife were returnlng to their homo from churcU last Sabbath, their team became un manageable and ran down the ateep hill by the Johnson school house. Tho carriage was overturned and the occu pants thrown out after belng dragged som edistaneo. No bonea were broken but Mr. Johnson was severely bruised and his wife did not entireiy escapo injury.- Dexter Leader, July 31. Mr. John Beranek met with what canie very near being a sorious ac cident on Wednesday evening at about ten o'clock. While working with a chifeel an inch in width, it slipped and was thrust into his wrist, severing several arteries and blood vessels, caus ing the losa of eo much blood that Mr. Beranek fainted. He iwas taken at a lüte hour of the night to Dr. C. W. Mead's office where the wound