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Mrs. J. H. Ford is still seriously The thermometer was 98 in the shade, Monday. Mrs. Wm. Whitmarsh visited Ann Arbor, Tuesday. Mrs. Wisdom is entertaining a sister from Detroit. There were no services at the Baptist church Sunday. Several Milanites left for Nebraska, the last of the week. Rev. C. Case and sister left for Lambertville, Tuesday morning. Mrs. Wm. Woolcott is entertaining friends from Jackson, this week. Mrs. G. R. Williams is visiting relatives in Ann Arbor for a few days. Prof. Dennison, of Ypsilanti, visited Milan friends the last of the week. Attorney Randel and family left with the Knights for Denver, Saturday. There were 120 tickets sold Wednesday for the Whitmore Lake excursión. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Fuller visited Ann Arbor the first of the week, on business. Miss Flossie Chapin returned from her western visit the last of the week. Mrs. I. Horton and son, of St. John, are the guestsof Mr. and Mrs. A. Hanson. The Baptist ladies are getting ready for their church fair in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rause enterained friends from Saline, the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Zimmerman returned from their Put-in-Bay soourn, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Mell Barnes will ake in the Bankers' convention at Detroit, next week. Messrs. Kelly and Wilson and adies left Milan for Denver, Saturday afternoon, with the Knights Templar commandery. Rev. Mr. Buxton died Wednesday morning, after a long and painul illness. The funeral was held at the residence on Dexter street, Thursday afternoon, Rev. Jay Huntington, of Plymouth, officiating.


Ann Arbor Argus
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