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School is full and in a flourishing condition. Mrs. Arba Andrews is ill with throat trouble. Mrs. B. Brown returned from her Detroit visit, Saturday. Mrs. J. Dexter's children are still very ill with diphtheria. Mr. Fred Wilson is building a fine residence on Wabash street. Mr. Milo Clark, of Moorville, gave Milán a cali, Saturday. Mrs. H. Vincent and Mrs. S. Andrews are on the sick list. Rev. J. O. Heek returned, Thursday, from his Tecumseh visit. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rouse are Ann Arbor visitors, this week. Cold wind and copious rain storms are the order of the day at present. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hinkley entertained a guest from abroad, Monday. Mrs. K. Barnes, and son, of Dundee, are visiting Milan friends this week. Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge are entertaining guests from Dundee this week. Mr. Chas. Wilson is beautifying his residence on River street, this sping. Mrs. Dyke is building a walk in front of her residence on County street. Mrs. Camel, of New York state, is the guest of her brother, Guy, this week. Mrs. F. A. Blinn, of Stony Creek, was the guest of Mrs. G. R. Williams, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wisdom and family will move to Denver, Col., in a few weeks. A Baptist musicale is billed for May 5, at Mrs. Geo. Minto's residence, on County street. Mr. Rice, formerly proprietor of the Babcock house, is moving back on to his farm near Milan. Mr. and Mrs. A. Delaforce have moved into part of Mrs. Geo. Warners, house, on First street. Mr. and Mrs. Barnes, of Quincy, Mich., are the guests of their son, Mell, and family, this week. Mrs. Lamb and son, of field, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. Knight, for a few days. A large number of the I. O. O. F. and wives attended the 74th anniversary celebration at Ann Arbor. C. M. Debenhass has a cali to Owosso, where he is engaged as yardmaster by the T. A. A. road. Mr. and Mrs, Anderson are moving into the Babcock house, and Mr. Anderson will hereafter be known as "mine host" of Hotel Anderson. Mrs. A. Gauntlett died at her home on West Main street, Saturday. The funeral was held at the Baptist church, Monday, Rev. J. O. Heek officiating. Eva Clark feil from a swing Friday, and serious results were at first apprehended, as the child seemed in a dazed condition for a day or so, but she seems all right at present. Mr. A. J. Harrington gave a free lecture, Sunday evening, at the Gay opera house, illustrating (it by fine stereopticon views, 26 feet square. Subject, ''The Effect of Alcohol on the System." Monday evening he will give a fine stereopticon entertainment. Tickets, 25 cents.


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