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County And Vicinity

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Manchester is f ree of scarlet fever. Clinton has twenty-five are street lights. The Delhi milis are being greatly improved. Milán expenses last year were 11,660.39. Manchester holds its village electioa March 13. Get your, auction bilis printed at the Argus office. The Dexter charter election occurs next Monday. August Koebbe, of Freedom, has the California fever. Ice at Pleasant lake has been two and a half feet thick. The M. E. church in Manchester has taken in seven new members. Mrs. Hamilton Cole, of Saline, died February 22 of a paralytic stroke. The Methodists of Saline gave R.ev. Mr. Potter a donation, Wednesday evening. Mrs. E. P. Allen, of Ypsilanti, sprained an ankle by slipping on the sidevvalk recently. Eleven new members joined the vnights of Maccabees in Saline at their last meeting. The Saline farmers' club meets at Gilbert Hurd's, March 10, and discusses highway laws. Miss Clara Schuning died in Freedom, February 15, of consumption, aged twenty-six years. L. S. Hurlbert, of Sharon, has just sold 200 lambs which averaged 103 pounds in weight. The annual meeting of the Saline sheep breeders' and wool growers' association will be held next Tuesday. The Lake Shore road demands $650 for the right of way for a wagon road across their track in Manchester town. The store of Hough, the jeweler, in Ypsilanti caught fire last Friday and before the flames could be extinguished about $8,000 damage had been done. Insured for $5,000. Elbert Spooner has leased the big cheese factory and creamery at Mooreville, Mich., and expects to leave for there to begin business in about two weeks. The factory is one of the largest in the state, and bears an excellent reputation. It is situated in a great grazing country, and in a township where thev now


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