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Henry W. Haok is quite ill with rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. Mell Barnes have moved to Elkhart, Ind. J. C. Rouse returned Satnrday from his Leach visit. Mrs. McGregor and Gracia are visiting Owosso friends. W. F. Stevens is building a fine residence on Wabash st. Mrs. T. Barnes is entertaining Miss Wilkinson, of Dundee. Prof. and Mrs. Carrick have returned from their Ypsilanti visit. Mrs. Ward entertained guests from Ann Arbor the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Taylor have returned from their Detroit sojourn. Mr. Amos Taylor has returned from a three months' sojourn in Essexville. Dr. Pyle is erecting a fine briok barn on his lot on the south side of Main st Mr. and Mis. Grant Pullen enter taiiied guests from out of town Sunday. Wiil Woleott bas moved to New La throp, where he has opened a narness shop. Mrs. J. C. Rouse returned Saturday evening from a week's sojourn in St Clair. The Holiness meeting closed Tuesday evening after a week of enrhusiastic meetings. Prof. and Mrs. Geo. A. Dennison, of Dundee, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. Hack. Mrs. Milton Hack returned Snaday evening from a week's visit with Mrs. Gray, at Ypsilanti. Mrs. Parton and danghters, of Grand Rapids, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gauntlett, of W. Main st. Tuesday Mrs. Nellie VVhaley and daughters and Miss Julia King returned from a two weeks' sojourn in St.Clair. The 13th of Jnly Rev. H. F. Shier and Prof. C. M. Fnller leave for Bay View, where they will stay for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Woolcott and son, of Ann Arbor, and Miss Hattie Woolcott, of Ypsilanti, are the guests of Mrs. M. Woolcott, of Couuty se. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Noble, of Detroit, and Prof. and Mrs. C. M. Fuller, of Mooreville, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Williams during the week. Locke-Murray - Married June 2-1, at the resideuce of the bride's parents, Mr. atid Mrs. D. Murray, of County st., Drj L. G. Looke, of Ohio, and Miss Ella Murray, of Milan, Rev. J. Ward Stone offleiating. The Shakers have a tent in Milan on W. Main st., that seems to be drawing a crowd every evening. They give four free entertainments every week and sell their medicine, which is warrauted to cure every ill that the bnman family is heir to. Milan is full of excitemeut in anticipation of the coming event, the celebration of the Fourth ou a grand plan, with speeches,, ball games, niusic, bicycle races, sack and wheelbarrow races, and a grand procession with a fantastiq class of people in whioh all of the trades and business honses will be represeuted. In the evening there will be a fine display of fire works.


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