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County And Vicinity

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All the houses in Salem are filled. John Cook, of Ypsilanti, caught a 9J-pound pickerel this year. A new steeple has been built on the M. E. church i,n Moorville. Curtis H. Dillon and Miss Maud A. Kelsey, of York, we re married October 18. The Kennsler Bros., of Manchester, are ereeting a cold storage building in Brooklyn. The Dexter Leader thinks thatabout $25,000 lias been taken out of Dexter by the World 's Fair. There were 108 passengers for the World's Pair taken on at Ypsilanti, Tuesday. a large proportion being farmers and tlieir families. Capt, Allen, of Ypsilanti, will deliver an address at the meeting of the Michigan State Sunday School Association in Ilillsdale, November 14-16. Charles Holmes, of Ypsilanti, and Miss Phoebe Newton, of Superior, were married on Wednesday of last week, and took a wedding trip to the World's Fair. If your town is not represented in the Argus eorrespondence columns, can you not kindly write us a postal telling us who would ruake us a erood correspondent? Mis. Lydia Clark died in Ypsilanti last Tuesday from the resulfc of injuries received by a fall some weeks ago. She was 82 years of age and had lived in Michigan tor 50 years. Ben uwen, a little twelve-year-old boy, was dangerously htirt last'Friday, while jumping on a train at Rawsonville. A hook on the car caught his body and tore it so that some of the intestiues protruded. Last Tuesday morning II. D. Ilewes of Öharon went to his horse barn and harnessed his team preparatory to putting in rye. He left his lantem hanging up, and while away it is supposed one of the horses knocked it down, iguiting the building. ïhe ilaines were discovered sufficiently early to allow of the removal of the horses and vehicles, also haruess and other property. The building was insured for $500 in the Southern Washtenaw Insurance Company.-


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