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Brief Notes From Chelsea

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Parent Issue
Day
1
Month
August
Year
1902
Copyright
Public Domain
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Chelsea, CUich.,July 24- At the last gession of the common council the board entered into a contract with the Glazier Stove Co., for a period of ten years to furnish the company with power, steam heat, lights and water for ethe sum of $50 per month and the right to use the stove coinpanies sidetracks, etc. Some of our good citizens are wondering when the abstruction on the north side of Middle street east by the McKune folock will be removed and the public will again have access to the sidewalk on that side of the street. Chelsea 'has a brand new livery staWilllflm Corwin is the proprietor and McKune's barn on Main street is the headquarters. Wheat and rye are reported to be badly grown and the outlook is fair for poor bread the coming year according to the reports of the farmers. Chelsea merchants are paying 17 cents a dozen for egrgs. The next meeting of Lafaytte Grange Trill be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. Keyes of Lima, Wednesday, August 0, at 1:30 p. m. Work has commenced on the new cement plant at Four Mile Iake. Chelsea citizens will have the est game of the season next Tnesilay afternoon at 3 o'clock, wlion the K. of I', liase brtll team of Ypsilanti and the Chelsea K. of P. team will moet on the diamond to do battle for the honor and glory of the game. The Chelsea team will line up as follows: J. Klein. c: A. E. Winans, 1 f.; H. D. Witherill, r. f.: James Speer, 3 b.; B. B. Turubull, in.; L. P. Vogel. 1 b.; G. P. Staffan, p.; 3. B. Cole, s. s.; A. Gulde, z b.; B. J. Howlett, p.; Otto Luick, p.; G. P. Smit h, p.; B. Parker, c; George A. BeGole, umpire.