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Among Our Neighbors

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Born, Sept. 15, 1895, to Mr. and Mrs. 3. A. Maroney, a daughter. Married, Sept. 11, 1895, at the residence of the bride's father, Hiram Leek, of Lyndon, Miss Eva J. Leek to Edward McCrow. Messrs. Charles and Frank Miller, two of our well-known and entsrprising young men, have purchased a stock of jrroceries at Ithaca aad will go into business at that place. A beautiful baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Heatley, of Lyndon, last Monday, Sept. 16, 1895. Ihis makes 13 children born to this happy couple, all of vvhom are living but two. Mr Otto Durlach and Mrs. Julia Pero-an, both of Lyndon, were married at St. Mary's Kectory, Chelsea, by the Re? W F. Considine on Tuesday,tsept. 17 1895. Mr. and Mrs. Durlach lef t at once for Lyndon, where they begin housekeeping. Ypsilanti Sentinel. Hon. E. P. Allen will speak at a Sunday school rally to be held at Cadillac September 27. Vmong Monday's marriage licenses, issued by the County Olerk, was one for Peter Mack, aged 33, and May Vaeger, aged 23, both oí this city. A man giving his name as .T. W. Depew, and his residence as psilanti, was stricken with apoplexy at Kalamazoo Monday. He had just boarded the train for South Haven. J. A. Sheridan, Oberlin, O , was in the city Saturday, looking into the matter of establishing a school of telegrapy here. He has managed one in that city severa! years with great succes3, and if he decides to come here, will oaganize a stock company for the purpose. Chelsea Standard. Claude, the 8-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper. died on Tuesday, af ter an illness of but a few hours. Mrs Theo. Swarthout received from the A. O. U. W. a draft for $2,000 just one month from the death of her father. Saline Observer. The date fixed for the Harvest Home Festival is Friday evening, Oct. 4th. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Feuerbachor last Thui-sday afternoon, a daughter. There was a good atteudancs from here at the funeral of J. N. Cross, at Ypsilanti Monday. By action of the school board, school will be dlsmissed next Weduesday BO that all may attend "Sciiool Day at t e fair. Geo Francisco, Ray Olsaver and Torn Peatt made the ride home from Whitmore Saturday, twelve miles, in 48 minutes. The thirtieth annual reunión of the Twentieth Michigan Infantry will be held in Chelsea, Mich., Wednesday, Oct. 9th, 1895. Our local column last week was headed "Orange Blossoms" and before the paper was dry Rev. T. B. Leith performed the sacred tie of marriage between Geo. Spears of this place and Dora Cady, of Ypsilanti. The Board of Kducation bas determined to enforce the new school law and to this end at it,s last moeting elected R. C. Reeve truant omcer. His duties are to see that every person between the ages of seven and sixteen years attends school or suffers the penalty of fine or imprisonmant as a disorderly person. Manchester Enterprise. The Lake Shore has decided not to run a special train to the Washtenaw county fair this year. On Saturday night Wm. P. Campbell who has for many years resided and been a leading and influential farmer in the southern part of this township, had a stroke of paralysis. One side of his body was completely paralized, and although he was conscious he was unable to speak or communicate with his wife or family. He lingered until Monday night, when he passed peacefully away. Ypsilanti Commercial. Married - In Augusta, Sept. 12, at the residenee of F.. M. Childs, by Rev. W. E, Cadwell, Mr. Edward Gotts and Miss Lottie Faust. James N. Cross, whose injuries sustained from falling from a wagon, was mentioned in last week's Commerical, died Friday evening. Mrs. Mary Banks, who has caused the authorities a heap of trouble by her peculiarities, has been sent to the Ann Arbor jail for 60 days. Deputy County Treasurer Lehman, of'Ann Arbor, paid over $3,528.34 yesterday to City Treasurer Bradley. This is the total of liquor tax due our city for the year 1895. Lighting struck the water works and Hghting plant Tuesday evening, doing considerable damage, and severely shocking Henry Curte, who was in charge at the time. The lights were extinguished, and the city was in darkncss f rom this time (9 p. m.) for the rest of the night. The lights were in runnine order Wednesday night affain. .Miss Hmma EL Bówer, the recently eleeted school treasurer of Ann Arbor, mention of which was made in the G'ommerical reoently, cHbrated her vietory and that of women in general by procuring ten women lor sureties of her !40,000 bond. They are all prominent Vnn Arbor women, and their names lave been accepted by the School 3oard. ______


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