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Mrs. Morris Vincent is quite ill. Burt Jacobs left for Nebraska, Saturday. Mrs. Belle Taylor left for Bay City, Thursday. Wiley Dexter, of Ypsilanti, visitec Milan, last week. Mrs. L. Harris entertained guests from away, last week. Miss Jessie Graham was a victim of la grippe last week. Mrs. Nellis and son visited near Tecumseh, Wednesday. Mrs. Wallace has just returnec from her Dearborn visit. A. E. Putman has purchased the entire stock of goods of J. H. Ford Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Fuller visited Ann Arbor Saturday, on business. Rev. G. E. Sloan and wife enter tained guests from away, the first o: the week. There are several dwellings anc six stores to be erected in Milan thi summer. G. R. Williams is still fighting 1 grippe, and being an old soldier, h fights well. Milton Clark has been very ill with the rheumatism but is now convalescent. Milan village election comes the i4th of March. There is plenty of mud to throw. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Whitmarsh attended the Shrine party at Detroit, last week. E. Davis was badly hurt last week while sawing wood at Mr. Buxton's. A log rolled on his left foot, severely hurting the ball of the foot. The Maynard library has been moved from J. Marble's office to the chool building. Married, Feb. 25th, by Justice 3oyle, B. Braman and Miss Lillie Dennison, both of Milan village. Mrs. Chapin, who was seriously 1 with pneumonĂ­a, is much better nd is considered out of danger. Advance agents from the robin ed breast and also from the blue )ird family visited Milan the 24U1, ooking for a nesting place, Some of the Milan boys have gone west because leap year is here and it s a dangerous vicinity. Several ?irls, you know. The contest meeting at the Bapst church, Sunday evening, under ie auspices of the Baptist Young "eople's Union, was very interestng-


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