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v Cuivcr. of Brooklyn, attended de Star Chapter, Friday evening, and ■lade his daughter, Mrs. Ji. W. Amsai,a short visit. E. F. Allen and wife, of Ypsilanti, re gaests of VVm. Campbell and wife : relativos over Minday. Stran?e dogs killed several sheep one mïghi lasl weck f (ir Cornelius Carr. S. 1). Merithew, of öharon, has been saunabered with the sick this week. Mm. .. M. Hess returued Monday to iXíl spending a week with .Miss Bertha Lehn. Chas. Francke, of Monroe, one of the ure Food Commissioners, was in own Friday of last week on business pnnected with his olliee. Kornw.ii Jde bas been quite sick and rae eontined to the house a few days .aai week and tliis M i '.elle Gordinear has received a Hdson bieyele as a present froin Iher cousin, John Wiggins, who is forenaan oí tlie eompany's factory at Hudson- Frank Kramer is novv employed at Ilaeussler's. in the ]ilace of F. S. Conk■Ivb, who will establish a confectionery aad ice cream parlor in the Bessac fclock. Frank C. McLean. of Chicago, and Miss Evva Contrick., of Toledo, were ■married at high noon, Wednesday. at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and .Mrs. ', J. Cantrick, 1512 Indiana ave., Toledo. Frank will beremembered as a former resident of this place, in his youthful da'ys, wlien a student in tdegraphy, witb Frank Maginp as instructor. By hard and energetic work, and steady habits. Frank bas been advauced to" a hierative position. being train dispatcher of the western divisio i f the Lake Shoie with oilices in "hi. ;. Ilis bride is the daughter of a wl kown railroad man who has been ke employof the Lake Shoreanum.1' years. We extend hearty conalations to the young couple. Aliñarían Case of Pittsford is visiting his mother Mrs. A. W. Case, who a very skk. Fred Freeman was calied to Chelsea Moüday in response toa telegram sayhis aunt, Mrs Updyke, luid died Sanday. Mrs. J. A. Goodyear served a live o'clock tea Monday evening to the nembers of the Ladies Reading Cirele. Partles were ín town the first hall' of gie week exhibitiiig a phoaograph and ■SEematascope at Arbeiter Hall. ïhey ent f rom here to Monroe. TDtoe remains of Fred Burkhardtwere bïought here Monday from Elkhart, Ind. for interment. His mother Mrs. ToViii lSurkhardt and son John, accom; -oanied the rem ins to this place. Da vis' Uncle Tom's Cabin Company 'will exbibit at this place under canvas Wednesday, June 2. A team, belonging toFredValentine, Jr., while hitched in front of the Union Savinga Bank, Sturday afteruoon, beciiae frighteii' a piece of paper (ilowing dow reet, broke their i ñinga ai a mad race over Exchange PL ilge, up Ann Arbor ít., unül ihey ai . iveci at tlie brook out side the eky limits, where they ran off the bridge, and horses, buggv,êtc, were piled in a heap. A gang of men and boys that had iollowed thera soon got Shïngs righted.and besides afewbruises io the horses and abadlydamaged buggy no injury was done, although the accident occurred when thé town was f all of teams, and lots of people were --on the streets. ■ A. load of youngsters known as the ""kidnine" went to Clinton, isaturday, suid .pulverized the home team to the time of 13 to 5. Several base ball enïthusiasts from here rode down on thtir ■wheels to witness the game. "The necessary sliares for themilding I be new telephone line to this place liave been subscribed, and work will be begun on the line as soon as possible. Our citizens seemed to realize the neiity of a cheaper line, and the 81,000 uuired was soon subscribed. arry l'erkins, of California, a grandoí S. II. l'erkins of this village, is aaia&ing the latter a visit. Fred Walker, of Sharon, a 17 year-old ■ ïh.died Thurs lay of last week of meas3es. The funeral was heldSunday the remaina interred in the c tery at the Sharon church, A 13 yersister of deceased died the Suuday of the same disease. 3FoTty-one illustrious Stars of the ■isea Chapter O. E. S. visïted Manster lodge last Friday evening. and vworked the degrees upon the candi ■date? A banquet was served at (i and the work followed later in ■ the evening. Kveiyone present bad an ■enjoyable time, tiie Chelsea people nied pleased with the entertainment Furnished by thelr sister lodge, and the bet compliment the visitors on their "work.


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