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A Chelsea lady has made a quilt of 7,000 pieces. The steamer at Whitmore Lake has been hoisted. Manchester saloon-keepers are violating the new law. Henry íáchulte, of Sharon, lost a valuable black horse a few days ago. The Manchester I. O. G. T. will eivea social at the reaidence of Mr-. VV. H. Starks on Tuesday evening, Oct. 11. John D. Van Duyn has been elected treasurer of Manchester township in the place of Chauncy Walbridge, deceased. Mr. Philip Roper, of Whitmore Lake lost a valuable horse last week. Some time ago he refused an offer of $300 for the animal. The Literary and Choral Union of Dexter will meet for the first time this season at the residence of S. C. Gregory, Friday evening. R. W. Mills, of Saline, took fifteen sheep to the state fair and captured t-even premiums. Norman "YVood had 22 sheep and won six premiums. The two :ook in $130 in premiums. On Friday, Ot. 7, the students of the Milan School will serve an oyster snpper at the rink, the proceeds to be applied towards the purchase of an organ (br the school. All are cordially invited to attend. Last Monday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lemen celebrated their fifth wedding anniversary at their home in Green Oak. About 70 of the immediate relatiyes and friends were persent to particípate in the social pleasures and a grand celebration repast, served at five o'clock. They received many beautiful presents. Last Sunday, the annual mission iestival of Bethel church in Freedom was held. There was a large congregation present both morning and alternoon. Revs. Neumann, of Ann Arbor, Robertus, of Chelsea, Schlesinger, of Saline township, and Schoettle, of Manchester, ere present and assisted. The collection was $1 OS. The ladies' society of the Presbyterian church, of Saline, will gi ve a harvest home festival in the new Whllace Hall, Oct. 7-8. Entertainment and a lunch on theEuropean plan, the first evening ; oyster supper the second. Lunch, 10c; oyster supper, 25c; admistion, 10c each night. Proceeds to be used for decorating the church and reseating the pulpit. Last Saturday, while Wm. Groves, of Northfield, was returning from Ann Arbor, he was thrown from his carriage and severely injured. Some parties attempted to pass him on the road, his horse became frightened, snddenly shied, and threw him violently to the ground. He was picked up in an insensible condition, and was found to have sustained severe bruises about the head and shouldere.and a severe cut on the head. He is reco vering. Geo Lazelle, one of the old pioneer residents of Bridgewater, aaed 90, died at his home Sunday morning, and the funeral was held at Clinton, Tuesday, under the auspices of Clinton lodge, F. & A. M., of which he was one of the oldest members. He was the last surviving charter member of C'intonchapter, which was onranized 22 years ago. He was the first settler in Bridgewater, and died on the farm located by him when Michigan was a territory 8ometime belore the "thirties." He was a member of the Baptist church for many years, living an honored, consistent Christian life. respected by all who knew him. He was a farmer and had amassed a fine fortune, and was one of the substantial men of the county. He as also a staunch democrat, and an ardent advocate of the principies of his political faith. A family of five grown children survive him.


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