Huckleberries are a light erop. Dr. Gates, of Dexter, broke bis right arm the other lay. Edwin Rowe, of Saaron, will build an addition to his house. Stockbridge school trustees are to be paid ?10 a year for their services. Grass Lake has agreed to get along without raising any village tax this year. Miss Elliott, of Ypsilanti, will teach in the flfth grade in Dexter in place of Miss McKay, resigned. The Chelsea council at its last regular and adjourned meeting allowed tills amounting to $951.53. Postrnaster Bailey, of Manchester, wrenched his back so badly the other day that he couldn't act as postmaster for a couple of days. Miss Marie A. Breitenbach, daugh ter of John Breitenbaeh, of Lyndon, was marrled July 16 in Chicago, to Dr. J. L. Trinkhaus, of Peoría, 111. A ten year oíd lad named Booth, living near James Wing's in Scio, was badly burned about the face by an explosión of powder Wednesday afternoon. W. J. Ackland, of Dexter, has purchased a furniture and undertaking establishment in Flushing, Mich., and will remove to that village in a lew days. Mosquitoes bother the cattle so much in the western part of the county, it is said, that they will not stay in the fields and graze and they cannot be made to gain in weight. Among the recent births in AVash tenaw have been a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kleinsmith, of Delhi Mills; a son to Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Oreening, of Lyndon; a son to Mr. and Mrs. AViMiam Bahmiller, of Dexter township; a son to Mr. and Mrs. Edward L-ittle, of Chelsea; a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Koenketer, of Freedoin. Notwithstanding the report that the huckleberry marshes are flooded, one lady in the vilage thought she would go, as has been her custom. Her experienee was anything but profitable. On arriving home her shoes were ruined, her hat a wreek and her dress flt only for the rag-bag. She had paid 50 cents for the horse she drove and had secured a half cupful of berries. - Manc-Uester Enterprise. The delegates to the democratie county convontion to nominate county officers from Sylvan are D. E. Hoppe, H. D. Witherill, August Hoppe, Herman Scliuible. Adam Faist, Ohris. Weber, J. P. Foster, Iï. J. Ueckwith, Frank Leach, William Sehatz, James Taylor, Canrad Lehman and J. E. 'McKune. They were ttamed by William Lehman, candidate for sheriff, and are the flrst of the list whieh will toe kept and carefully studied by the candidates for county office.