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John Schafer is building an addition to his house. Miss Minnie Crolius has returned to her home in Milan. Lew H. Clement in town on a G. & J. "Bi." Tuesday. T E. Rogers was in Ypsilanti Tuesday, on business. George Donaldson is treating his house to a coat of paint. Assessors are around these days quizzing about property. Mrs. Daggert, fancy goods dealer, visited "Ypsi." Tuesday. Cari Webb returned to his home inTroy.N. Y., Monday. C. Parsons comes out with gay colors in a new store awning. Bert Rogers has been on the sick list for several days with a hard cold. The interior of Rev. C. A. Lederer's house is undergoing spring pairs. Miss Ann E. Gillett went to Kalamazoo, Wednesday, to spend a few weeks. Rev. W . E. Caldwell exchanged pulpits 'with Rev. Page, ot Somerset last Sunday. 'Tis reported that Ada Hill, C. F. Hill's daughter, is sick with scarlet fever, at Ypsilanti. Arch Glover will exercise the paste brush and shears somewhat this season, in paper hanging. Mrs. Christian Waltz was buried here last Sunday with Germán Lutheran services. She had been married about one year. Mrs. Gottlieb Hertier is doing as vvell as could be expected under circumstances. The twins were buried Tuesday. They have a pair of twins about five years old. Only one dead letter is left in the Saline postoffice this month. VVhat a lonely time it will have going alone all the way to Washington, to be greeted by none others but letters just as dead or deader. Mrs. Lawrence took the southbound T. & A. A. train at Pittsfield Junction Wednesday morning where she met her husband f rom South Lyon, both enroute to Perrysburg, Ohio, to attend the funeral of nis brother. Miss Lillie Crittenden has a class in mathemsttics in her school on "Pittsfield, York to-wnline" road that desired to drop said study from their course but owing to objections of scholar's parents, the study was readopted by the school. Henry Collum, engineer in the Saline flouring milis, had his hand badly crushed about noon, Wednesday, by a shaft and gearing weighing about 8,000 pounds falling on it while cleaning the shaft socket. It required five men's united strèngth with levers to raise the shaft to release the suffering man. Charlie Craig, after having a fullness of intoxicants for several weeks until Tuesday, when he had more than usual, stole $30 from his father, abused his mother, tried to steal some papers from lawyer Jones' office and acted general bad, was placed in saté keeping until Wednesday morning, when he appeared before Justice Webb and plead guilty to charges made, and was donated the obligatory privilege of boarding at Ionia foi sík months.


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