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W. P. Lamkins is enlarging his feed mili. C. M. Fuller visited Detroit and Birmingham, Saturday. J. H. Ford is on the road, a drummer for a Dayton, Ohio, house. Mr. Knight's people entertained guests from Blissfield last week. Walter Morton died Monday, May 9th, after a long and painful illness. Mrs. H. M. Burt and son, of Detroit, visited Milan friends last week. J. Marble will build two fine residences on County street this summer. Mr. and Mrs. J. Dexter, of Williamston, are visiting Milán relatives this week. The Baptist ladies netted $20.30 at Rev. Z. Grenell's lecture, Tuesday evening. Mrs. Rockwell, of Ann Arbor, is the guest of G. R. Williams and family this week. The Wild West show was well patronized notwithstanding the inclement weather, Thursday. The Baptist ladies will hold their tea social at the residence of Mrs. J. C. Rouse, Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Ostrander and children returned to their home jn Stockbridge the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. G. Huntington and son, of Detroit, the guests of Rev. J. Huntington and daughter this week. A surprise party was held at Mrs. Walter Fuller's on Dexter street, Monday evening. All had an enjoyable time. The Presbyterian ladies wil] open the Presbyterian bazaar, Friday and Saturday. The Milan people expect a fine treat. Mrs. J. Clark, Mrs. R. Brown, Mrs. C. M. Fuller, Mrs. D. Hitchcock and Rev. J. Huntington are on the sick list. Married, W. Bliss and Miss May Daniels, May ist, at the residence of the bride'sparents, Rev. J. Huntington ofïiciating. Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Ford received word of their mother's death at Deerfield, Monday. Deceased was 91 years of age. Mrs. Redman has received a telegram informing her that her daughter, Mrs. C. Allen, died in Dakota, Sunday, and the remains were on their way to Milan for interment. J. Stiedle's house was broken into by a tramp Monday night and a pair of old pants were stolen. Much to the disgust of the thief the pockets were empty, so the pants were left on the ground back of the house.


Ann Arbor Argus
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