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Milan

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Parent Issue
Day
16
Month
October
Year
1891
Copyright
Public Domain
Obituary
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Mrs. Alcott ís ou the Kick Jist. Dr. S. Chapín was in Detroit, 'Tucsday. Mr. ' C. M. Fuller spent Friday in Ann Arbor. Mrs. G. R. Williams was quito ill last week. Mrs. Harper went to Detroit on business, Monday. Mr. Chas. Gauntlett has returned irom his eastern trip. Mr. and Mrs. E. Hinkley left for Detroit, Tuesday, to visit friends. Mrs. F. Guy entertained her brotlier Will Dont, irom Carlton, over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Baldwin, of Lima, visited their Milan friends, last "week. Mr. and Mrs. Alvo. Reynolds have returned from a. protracted visii ai Bay City. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Schmitt . are entertaining guests from out of town, this woek. Mrs. J. W. McGregor is quite ill at Dr. and Mrs. Messic's horue on East Main street. Mrs. C. Gauntlett and daughter have returned from a íour weeks' visit at Grand Rapids. Rev. Mr. Voorhics, oí Howell, gave Kev. Jay Huntington a cali, Saturday afternoon. The Presbyterian ladies hold a tea social at Mrs. E. Reynolds' on First street, Tuesday. Mrs. L'. Waterman, of Lincoln, Kansas, was the guest of her father, J. C. Rause, last week. Rev. J. Swindt, of Illinois, has rec-eived a cali to preach at the Milan Presbyterian church. Mr. Mell Barnes and family entertained guests from Dundee and Quincy the first of the week. The Baptist ladics will serve their tea (social at JIrs. J. C. Eause's residence, Wednesday evening. Mrs. Albert Day is at the UniveYsity with a sister froni Ludington, who is there for treatment. The Free Mctliodists held their quarterly meeting in Milan at the Union church, Saturday and Sunday. Dr. J. C. Ha.rper and wife are entertaining Dr. Harper's sister and a triend from New York this weck. Miss Grace Huntington left for Detroit, "Wednesday morning, where she wlll visit a fèw days before leavingfor Sagina w. Mrs. L'. Coe will leave for St. Louis, Mo., the last of this weck, where she intends to spend the winter. Anna, the six year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Armington, feil in a boiler of hot water last Monday and Avas so badly scaldod tliat she died in g-reat agony, Wednesday night. The funeral was held at the family residence on First street Friday afternoon, Rev. G. E. Sloan officiating. The Carey mission band gave ,a very interesting concert, Sunday evening at the Baptist church. The costumea representing Burmese, Karen and Chinese werc quite elabórate. The program was from beginning to end and instructive as well. The collection for the evening aruounted to $14. Prof Walker, of Adrián, made a balloon ascensión Saturday afternoon. The balloon went up about 3,000 feet iind the parachute drop was one of the most graceful ones on record. There were several hundred out to Avitness the ascensión. The day was beautiful and everything helped to make the event a succcss. The professor left for Adrián on the evening train.