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Miss Sara Reeves is quite ill. J. Bray and son Cari are visiting Detroit friends. Miss Belle Tripp ha3 retnrned from her Ypsilanti visit. Mrs. Liun is eatertaining a sister from Freinont, Ohio. Miss Iva Lockwood has returned from her Detroit visit. Miss Gracia MoGregor has returned from her Detroit visit. Milan streets are sprinkled by the elements almost daily. Miss Elida Clark, of Detroit, is the guest of Mrs. Ed. Blaokrner. Mrs. Geo. Minto and her mother, Mrs. Wilkinson, spent Sunday in Toledo. W. C. Reeves has bonght au interest in the City Meat Market with ,T. Lock■wood. Mr. and Mrs. F. Trusell and daughter have returned from tbeir Marine City sojoum. Dr. S. Chapín was oalled to Owosso, Monday, on account of nis brotber James' illness. Rev. P. S. Shoemaker preached his farewell sertnon at the Free Methodist church Sunday. Rev. J. Ward Stone preached the Fraternity sermón at the Union chuich Sunday evening. M. Brooks and daughter, of Minneapolis are the guests of Mrs. AnnFulIer, of Dexter st. Mrs. O. L. Youngs, who had a stroke of paralysis Monday morning last, is now oonvalescent. Rev. Tamama, a Japanese, of Albion, preached at the M. E. church Sandajmorning and eveniug. Mrs. Fred Gauntlett and sons started Tuesday to visit friends in Dexter, Stockbridge, Mason and Lansing. R. Ingersol and family are rnoving into Mrs. M. Wallace's house on County st., from E. A. Reynold's house on First st. Jim Lí.U3 fouud it quite expensive horse' whippiug Mrs. Biley, for he was fined $25 aud oosts iu Justice Doyle's court. He has carried the case np to the circnit conrt. Oonnty street seems to be fated to have small fires aud big scares. Sunday afternoou oue of Mr. 'Welch's daughters while compouuding sorue medicine made of pitch and terpentine, met with au accident. The tnrpentiue igoited when turned onto the hot pitch aud before the flames were extiuguished the girl burned her arm quite badly. The dames were snbdned without farther damages.


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