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Harry U. Kies leftlast Wednesda to attend the military academy. Miss Huida Koch, from Detroit is the gucst of Miss Bertha Lehn. ' Mr, and Mrs. Hiram Martin ar visitors at the World's Fair this week Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Root retunier from the White City very we pleased. Albert VV. Dorr stopped to visi friends un his way from Detroit t Hillsdale. The eight year oíd daughter o Chas. Buss died last Saturday afte a few days illness. Miss Ella Braun, of the class o '93, began her schooi in the Dor district last Monday. The Union school opened with large attendance. Over three hun dred pupils are enrolled. Mrs. Charles P. Vogel and chil dren, from Toledo, Ohio, are visit ing relatives and friends in town. The continuous dry weather, w iré having. has shortened the past ures and causes scarcity in the sup ply of milk. Our townsman, M. M. Hough has just completed a cement walk in front of his beautiful residence Dn City road. Mrs. A. Green and daughter Louise,who have been visiting friends n town, returned to their home in Denver, Col., last week. Austin Yocum, Fred Hall, George md Dennis Torrey who have been iewing the sights at the World's Fair returned last Saturday. " The W. R. C. give an entertainïient and serve cream at Arbeiter ïall next Saturday evening, Sept. [6. A ffood time is exDected. Mrs. H. Kirchhofer and her tvvo sons went to Detroit last Friday for a few days' visit and returned home accompanied by Mr. Kirchhofer. Mr. W. Perkins. son of S. H Perkins of this place, spent a few days visiting relatives and friends and returned to San Francisco, Cal this week. Our present justice of peace James Kelly is very accommodating and has no regular office hours, as he is willing to do work at night as well as by day. Mr. Fred Schaible our Highway commissioner, has removed the wooden bridge on Boyne street and put up the iron bridge formerly used in East Manchester. The new iron bridge made by the Detroit Iron and Steel Bridge Co., has been put up over the Rasin river in East Manchester and is an ornament to that part of the town. Mr. Schultz from Adrián who has rented the Kingsley rolling mili in East Manchester, isdoinggood business and the customers are very well pleased with his dealings. One of our busiest men about town is Col. Fenn. Last week he shipped 600 bushels of peaches and started in Monday morning with a shipment of 132 bushels. He expects to ship 1200 bushels this week besides grapes and plums which are delicious.


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