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Mrs. A. Putnam is seriously 111. The saloons were well patronized Monday. L. Blinn left for Chicago Tuesdayevening. Mrs. G. R. Williams was on the sick list last week. Mrs. Whitmarsh is visiting friends in Wayne this week. Mr. and Mrs. Howe are moving to London this week. Mrs. Nellis entertained guests from London, Saturday. Mrs. R. Ostrander and son left for Stockbridge, Tuesday. Several of the Saline young people visited Milan, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gauntlett left for Erie, Mich., Wednesday. Mrs. Fuller, Dexter, entertained guests from the city, Monday. Mr. C. M. Fuller left for Manchester on business, Thursday. Rev. McDonald and wife are the guests of Mrs. Blinn this week. Mrs. O. A. Kelley and daughter left for Detroit Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rouse visited the Art Loan at Ann Arbor, Thursday. Mrs. H Knight and daughter, Nellie, are visiting friends in Blissfield. Rev. Jay Huntington and daughter visited friends in Detroit this week. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Watts, of Ann Arbor, visited Milan friends, Sunday. Chas'. Kelsey sold his house on First Street to Milton Hitchcock, Monday. The Whitney Family gave one of heir fine entertainments at Milan, Vlonday. Miss M. A. Palmer visited Deroit, Wednesday, to purchase a new ine of hats. Mr. and Mrs. James Hobbs, of Detroit, are the guests of their son, Clinton Hobbs, this week. F. Butler lost a fine cow Thursday. The cow tried to lunch on a quarter of a pound of dynamite, use and all, and as the teeth of the cow came in contact with the fuse ;he dynamite lifted the cow's head ree from its body.