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Milan

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Parent Issue
Day
21
Month
September
Year
1894
Copyright
Public Domain
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Mr. and Mrs. Bell entertained Rev. Mr. McMahoD over Sunday. The Eastern Star chapter installeil their offigers Tuesday night. Ransom Rouse and wife and daughter. of .Saline, are the guests of ,1. C. Rjuse and wife. The Chautauquan Circle meet at Mrs. G. R. Williams' residence, Saturday p. m. School commences Sept. 24. Mrs. Craudle is eutertaiuing friends frotn out of town. Mrs. Wm. Iloyt, of Saline, is the guest of her daughter, Mra. II. Sill, thia weefc. Mrs. James Gantlett is aeriously ill. Rev. Chas. Case, of Stony ('reek, visted Milan friends Monday. Dr. J. II. Harper is quite ill. Krank Gay, wife and son, S. T. UUckuier, wife and sou visited 'psil.inti Tuesday. Mrs. Geo. Minto entertained guests from Toledo the last of the week. Mrs. J. Lockwood returned frora her viskiiig tour, Saturday. The remains of Mrs. T. Royal, of Eden, Ohio, were bfought to Milan tor burial, Tuesday p. m. Funeral services were held at the M. E. church Wednesday afternoon. Miss Easlick, of Moorville, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. n Stioipson, Tuesday. Rev. Mr. McDuff, of Ann Arbor, was the guest of Rev. Mr. McGregor, Tuesday, Mrs. Arba Andrews is entertaining her father, Mr. Bennet, of Willis. Mr. Mell Barnes is in Chicago, and his brother, Mr. F. Barnes, of Dundee, taking his place, during his absence, as cashier. Rev. Mr. McMahon preached at the M. E. church, Sunday uiorning and evening. This is to be his charge during the coming year. Rev. Eugene Yager is seriously ill. Milan was treated to a bear dance, Monday, two Ciunarnon bears and one black bear, acconipanied by three Indiana and three squaws aud a papoose. The I. O. O. F, hall is growing skyward at a rapid rate. Miss Lulu Gilbert, of California, is the guest of her cousins, Miss M. A. Talmer and Mrs. Lucy Clark. Mrs. C. M. Blackmer is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Farner, in Toledo. Mrs. E Hinkley visited Mooreville, Saturday. Mrs. M. Barnes and son are visiting friends in Quincy. The M. E. ladies will hold their tea social at Mrs. Chas. Sill's resideace on East Main street, Wednesday p. m.