Salem, July 30.- A horse belonging o James O'Kane, oí Ann Arbor, was cilled by lightning while pasturing on he farm of John Munn last week. Miss May Caldren entertained Miss 'erkes and friends from Northville ver Sunday. The funeral of Mrs. Mary Barringor Doan, who died last week in Pontiac syllim, was held at her late home last aturday. Mrs. Kate Sniitn is entertaining her rother and family from Xew York liis week. The four scarlet iever patlents at Ir. Hintz's are all doing well. Samuel Wilkinson, while adjusting he chain of nis binder last Monday, aught his hand, injuring two flngers o badJy that they had to be ampuated. The meeting of the King's Daughters was held at the Congregational chm-cli parlors last Tuesday afternoon. There wlll be no services at the West Salem church next Sunday on account of the ordinatlon of their minister, Mr. Brisben, at the P. B. church near Rusnton. Mr. Stella Hooper and daughter, of Detroit, spent Saturday and Sunday vith Mr. and 'Mrs. T. Donovan. The Ladies' Aid society of the West Salem church will meet at the home of Mrs. Chas. JSighland, August 8. A. F. Yanatta has recovered from his recent illness. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Stevens last Sunday. Aaron Dean is very sick. Mr. and Mrs. Schermerhorn leave Salem Wednesday for an extende visit wjth friends in New York. Mrs. Allie Austin is entertaining a cousin from Dixboro. Prof. E. T. Austin and wife are vis iting their parents. Mrs. Ethelyn Rich, of Detroit, is visiting 'Salem friends. Cal Hain is visiting his father and sisters in Salem. Mrs. Voorhees, of Plymouth, is a guest of Mrs. Fred Wheeler.