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John Snyder Sundayed in Detroit J. W. Huil painted his store front Wednesday. A. D. Parsons, of Ypsilanti, was in town last Monday. J. H. Barr made a business trip to Detroit, Monday evening. D. A. Bennetí's little son has been on the sick list for a few days past. J. Sturm's house is undergoing mechanical repairs and improvements. "Sam" Rovv, o? Lansing, callee on some of the comrades here, Wednesday. Mrs. A. L. Briggs and M. R DePuy were in Ann Arbor last Saturday. Mrs. N. M. Fowler visited her sister, Mrs. E. Gordon at Sherwood, last week. The Michigan State Bicycle meeting will be held at Grand Rapids Aug. uth. E. E. Rouse was appointed local consul L. A. W. for Saline for term ending Sept. iSSS. The Methodist society is preparing for a good May Day Festival, to be held May 2oth. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Warren have been visiting at H. T. Eddy's, Morrice, Mich., for a few days past. Coburn, the painter, has not a little work to do at his shop lately opened in the Wienett buikling. Sevei-al of our young folks occupied $3 seats at Ann Arbor Monday night. 'Twas Booth & Barrctt. Mr. aqd Mrs. Myron Webb and daughter Ida, attended the funeral of David Blackmer at Milan last Sunday. Messrs. Burkhart and Aldrich nave dissolvad partnership by mutual consent, Mr. Aldrich retiring from Dusiness. There are prospects of Saline's indulging in a set of weather signal flags. It will pay farmers well who reside in sight of town. Herbert Sanford reports that he has contracts for building iooo rods of slat and vire fence in this vicinity. He is a "clipper" at the business. About fifty volumns more of new oooks were added to the Presbyterïan Sunday school Hbrary. They now have a good assartment of Dooks. JVIrs. Cyntha Farmer, of Milan, Dhio, and sister, Grace Blackmér, of Milan, visitèd their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Webb a few days this week. Charles W. Glover is appointed ocal consul L. A. W., for Ypsilanti, br term ending September, iSSS. C. W. Wagner was also appointed consul of Ann Arbor. Mr. J. H. Bortle and son Garvei', have formed a business partnership in the tonsorial departmentof J. H.'s ïstablishment. Garver is on to the atest styles and they will probably be kept busy. C. Parsons is fitting up a room in the Wallace block, which he will soon stock with clolhing and gents' furnishing goods, r business that ought tQ pay well heve, (j. L. Parsons will W lalewhan Prof. Will Robinson, söperintettdent of Detroit schools, and two friends from Detroit, ae'compained by J. H. Bortle, sought the finn}' innocents of the rushing waters of the Saline, last Saturday Mr. David Blackmer, of Milan, was buried here last Sunday attevnoon. He was fonnerly a resident of Saline, and while living here his wife deceased. Chas. Blackmer, of Milan, an only son survives hiiru Miss Sarah Shavv was buried here Tuesday aiternoon. She died at the University hospital, Ann Arbor, last Saturday from the effects of removal of an ovarían tumor on April 3Oth. She was 43 years of age and leaves a large cítele of friends who mourn her seeming untimely demise. Rev. W. E. Caldwell conducted the funeral services at her father's home about three miles south of town.


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