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Parent Issue
Day
10
Month
January
Year
1896
Copyright
Public Domain
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"The newest tbing in winter caps" is the girl baby of Mr. and Mis. Chas. Lookwood, of Dundee. Peter Dusbibor, of Ypsilanti, fed the ends of a couple of fingers into a sansage machine the other day and there are those in the city who insensibly may commit the crime of cannibalism. Ninety-three per cent of the pupils in one department at Milau neither absent or tardy dnring the month. How's that. - Aun Arbor Conrier. That is just what puzzles us. It seems that the pupils left seven per cent of themselves at home. A Jackson connty schoo] ma'am asks Prof. Pattengill which should take a bath the of tener, "the farmer or the student?" The Superintendent of Pablio Instruotion is beginuing to experience the retribution that some of hisexamination questions have brought upon him. The worm bas turned. The flrst typewriter has at last e rrived ín Milan. In other respects Milan had alw.iys kept abreast of the rest of the world. She has a corumon conncil, fire department, electrio lights, good churches, schools, Sunday schools, a poker room (reacbed by a ladder) and the recolleotion of a stnpendous scheme formals:ing electric sugar aud breaking New York greenhorns, who had little dreamed of the attainmouts reacbed by science in this "neck of the woods. "

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Ann Arbor Argus
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