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Mis. Chas. S-ill is quite til. Miss Carrie McGregor has returned from Oiivet College. A cold wave struck Milán Sunday aud still lingers near. Reynolds & Lindsay Cotnedy Co. (lid soaie tíne playing in Milán. Miss J. Colhuni, of Tecuinseh is tbe guest of lier cousiu Dr. Col hum The Easter programs Sunday evening were fine aud weü rendered. Mr. Mayer, D. I). S., of the ü. of M. vvas tlie 'guest of Dr. Colhum last week. Miss Nina Hack is visiting friends in Anu Albor and Ypsilanti this week. Wednesday evening the Lady Maccabees will give a box lunch social at their hall. Mrs. O. 1'. ïevcoüb, of Carlton, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Burnap, last wees. School is out for a weeks' vacation aud the cbildren aud teachers are taking a rest. Mr. Wel'.er, of the U. of M., preaehed at the Union church Sunday morninii and evening. Mr. J. Sprague, of Aun Arbor, was the guest of bis daughter Mrs. K. Williams Tuesday. Monday was a day of accidehts in Milán- four runaways. Quite a start for the first of the week. The I. O. O. F. have purchased Mrs. Kelsey's vacant lot on West Main st., and will erect a three story building in the near future. The Gardner telephone is growing. It reaches from Milan to Mooreville, and several of the business houses, private houses and offices have put in phones to conuect with the central office. Died - Mrs. James Dovle, Wednesday p. m., of lung trouble after a long illness. The funeral was held at tbe Union church, Saturday afternoon, Rev. M. H. Bartrain, of üearborn, ofticiating. Monday near noou a terrible accident happened on Wabash street. Mr. Keriear was moving a load of goods for Mr. William Briggs. Miss Grace Briggs, aged 18, was seated on a table in the front end of the wagon, when the horses started, jostling the table and throwing Grace in front of the wagon and back of the horses' heels. crushing her head and face and killing her instantly. The faniily are in indigent circumstances and some of our enterprisingcitizens raised a purse to defray the funeral expenses. Mr. aud Mrs. Briggs have the sympathy of the Milan people.


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