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Miss Waísh left for Detroit, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Burnap are visiting in Ohio. Lane Blinn left for Detroit Tuesday morning. Will Fuller is attending the Normal school at Ypsilanti. Mrs. Belle Taylor left for Sagi naw the first of the week. Mrs. C. Clark entertained friends from out of town last week. Mrs. H. M. Burt visited Milan friends the last of the week. Milton Clark, of Blissfield, visited ■ his parents the first of the week. Charles Steidle, of Saginaw, is , visiting his parents for a few weeks. Editor Smith and wife are taking their meals at Mrs. Day's since the fire. Mr. William Whitmarsh visited Toledo on business the first of the week. Miss Belle Stevens, of Ypsilanti, is visiting Mrs. Day and family this week. Mrs. O. P. Newcomb and son, of Detroit, are visiting Milan friends this week. C. M. Blackmer has a new plank walk in front of his residence on Main street. Miss Grace Huntington left for Detroit, Monday, where she will visit friends. Miss Chapin, of Grass Lake, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Harper, for a few weeks. Rev. J. Huntington was called to Niles, Monday, to officiate at the funeral of a friend. Ransom Rause and wife, of Saline, visited J. C. Rause and family the first of the week. Dr. Kelly and wife, of Cincinnati, Ohio, were the guests of O. A. Kelly and wife the first of the week. The ordinance of baptism was administered to thirty-nine persons at the M. E. church Sunday morning. The Baptist Aid Society held their tea social at Mrs. Geo. Whaley's. There was a good attendance. H. J. Zimmermann has bought the furniture stock of Derby Brothers. Mr. Derby leaves for Portland Thursday. Charles Woolcott and Charles Taylor have bought out Geo. Bachman's barbershop, and will continue the business on River street.