Robert Coddling died in Clinton July 2ist, nged 52 years. Mooreville's creamery shipped four tons of butter during June. Cashier Mell Barnes, of Milan, is living in a nevvly painted house now. It is said thrtt a bet of $100 is up in Saline on hovv Michigan will vote this year. A public recital will be given this evening in Dexter by W. C. Kennedy, the elocutionist. Unadilla 44, Gregory 11, would seem to indícate how badly Gregory's pitchers can be pounded. G. F. Zimmerman died in York township, July 2, of consumption. He was sixty-seven years of age. Ira Fox, of Manchester, got the best of Norman Blowers, of Iron Creek in a foot race the other day. Five worthless Chelsea curs have bit the dust brought down by the unerring aim ot Chelsea's marshal. Manchester 13 Clinton 7 tells the story and gives the reasons for the kicking by the Clinton ball players. A complaint of selling liquor without paying a tax has been lodged against John Weurthner, of Manchester. Mrs. John J. White died of consumption in Clinton July 20, aged 2S years, leaving a husband and a little son. The Jackson purifier works are talking of an excuision to Whitmore Jake this month. If given it will be a big success Portage lake is the favorite summer resort of Dexter people and this summer has quite the appearance of a delightful resort. The wedding of F red Wright, of Bridgewater, and Miss Lily Bond, of Tecumseh, July 24, was attended by a large party of Iriends and relatives. Miss Ella Presley died in Dexter July 26, aged twenty-two years. The funeral services on Saturday were conducted by the Rev. L. P . Davis, of Detroit. Ypsilanti base ball club went down to Wayne, Saturday to play the Wayne club and returned the losers by a score of 4 to 13. Ypsilanti's battery was Judd and Knapp. The bicyclists must have been thirsty when they passed through Saline last week, if the statement that they drank 326 glasses ot lemonade. during the short time they were in the village is correct. Unah Every, of Bridgewater, died of old age, July 22. He was eeventy-nine years old. He had resided in Bridgewater since 1851 and had been a member of the Baptist church for over sixty years. When Mrs. J. G. Havens returned to her home in Ypsilanti from an extended visit in Kalamazoo she found that the house had been burglarized of $100 worth of valuables. Thats more than the burglars got in Ann Arbor, if they have entered so many houses.