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Mrs. Dr. Harper is quite UI. The Eabcock House is closed for repairs. Mrs. Tripp is visiting.. friends in Tren ton. Miss Alma Sill has returned from her Azalia visit. Mrs. Breining left, Saturday, for her home in Erie, Pa. Mrs. M. House is visiting friends in Mooreville this week. Mrs. F. Stimpson has returned from her Ridgeway visit. Miss Ona Clark returned Thursday from her Detroit visit. Mrs. Thurlow Blackmer and son are visiting Toledo friends. Dry and dusty is the local expression as regards the weather. Miss Edna Zimmerman has returned from her Hudson visit. Claud Chapin returned from his Owosso visit Saturday evening. Mrs. Whitmarsh and Imo are visiting friends in Inkster this week. Mrs. G. R. Williams is entertaining guests from Ypsilanti this week. Mrs. Chas. Gauntlett and Cecil have returned from the World's Fair. ( Mr. and Mrs. Hill are up north with a stock of goods for a few weeks. Tuesday Milan plays against Tecumseh on the Milan base-ball grounds. Miss Simpson entertained guests from Dakota and Azalia last week and this. Miss Julia King returned from her World's Fair sojourn the last of the week. Miss Lucy Dexter, of Vpsilanti, gave some of her Milán friends a cali, Tuesday. Thirty of the Milan Eastern Stars visited the Eastern Star lodge at Dundee, Monday evening. Milán has two fine meat markets: R. Vanwormer's, on Main Street, and D. Rankin's, on River street. The Baptist ladies are getting ready for their fair, which is to rr.aterialize the first week in October. Mr. and Mrs. E. Sweet, of Toledo, have moved to Milan, and will make it their home here for the present. . O. P. Newcomb, of Carlton, is in tnwn for a few days, superintending the repairing of his store, just vacaied by H. Knight. Milan has two tonsoriar parlors: G. Bachman & E. Sweet, on River street, and D. J. Anderson & H. Guy, on Main street. Milan is putting in good time with base-ball games, and has cause to congratúlate itself on being the possessor of so many fine players. Messrs. Henderson and Alcott, of Ypsilanti, were in Milán with a fine display of ladies underclothing, on exhibition at Palmer & Clark's millinery parlors. Little Jimmie Brow gave a fine exhibition of rope walking in Milán Saturday afternoon. This is his first appearance in public. He bids fair to be an artist of midway air ropa f ame. Visitors that left for the White City this week are Messrs. Vincent, Davis, Woolcott, Case, Taylor, Mr. E. Mead, wife and daughter, Mr. Kelley, wife and daughter, Rev. G. E. Sloan and daughter, and several others.


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