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Married, April 12, at the residence f James Gauntlett. Sr., Mr. James auntlett, of Milan village, and Miss 3essie Ilill, of Traverse City, Rev. . P. Hutchinsou, of Ann Arbor, fflciating. Died, Mrs. Chas. Farrington, at her ïome on E. Main street, af ter a lang nd painful illness Messrs. Johnson and Lack, of the U. of :M., are spending their vacation t Milan this week. Attorney G. R. Williams is seriously Dr. Messic visited Ann Arbor on usiness ïuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Barnes, of ïecumseh, re visiting Milan friends this week. Mrs. Ed. Hinkley entertained guests rom Dundee, from ïhursday until ilonday afternoon. The W. C. T. U. held its animal lection at the Baptist church, Monay afternoon electing the following fflcers tor the ensuing year: Presdent, Mrs. Tri pp; lst vice president, Mrs. T. Smith; 2d vice piesident,Mrs. Mary Hack; 3rd vice president, Mrs. M. Blackmer; 4th vice president, Mrs. hoemaker; corresponding secertary, Ars. H. Fulcher; recording secretary, Hrs. A. Holcomb; treasurer, Mrs. A. 3ullen; delégate at large,Mrs. Wilson; elegates to district conveution held t Ann Arbor, April 14 and 15, lis. Dan Case, Mrs. Esma W. B. hier, Mrs. Mary Hack and Mrs. II. Iocomb. Mrs. E. Norine Law. of Detroit, poke at the Baptist church, Saturday vening, under the auspices of the W. C. T. U. Sunday morning she filled ;he pulpit at the M. E. church preachng a suorig sermón. Her earnestness s only equalled by her eloquence. She s at home in the pulpit or on the plat'orm being an effective worker in the enaperance cause. Sunday evening lie churches all united and held a trong gospel temperaDce meeting at he opera house. Mrs. Law's speech was one of the flneist efferts ever stened to by a Milan audience. On aturday a Y. W. C. T. U. was oranized with 10 merobers, through her loquence. At the last convention ïere 29 new .members were added to he Milan W. C. T. U. The tempernce ladies are agitating the subject f nominating Mrs. E. Norine Law folíate president and she would honor ,he office.


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