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Parent Issue
Day
21
Month
August
Year
1896
Copyright
Public Domain
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Geo. Chandler is ill with typhoid fever. Miss Iva Pullen is visiting friends in Rornulus. Born, to Mr. a:id Mrs. J. Royal, Aug. 12, a son. Mrs. O. W. Pullen has returned f rom her Lansing visit. Miss Maud Bellis entertaining Miss Reeves from Azalia. Rev. J. Ward Stone is visiting friend-s in New York. Milan is entertaining a cold wave and it seems refreshing. Mrs. Frank Andrus has returned from her Ann Arbor visit. A. E. Putman's oycle cariage is a beauty, and the envy of all beholders. Mrs. N. Pullman, of Union City, is visiting relatives in Milan for a few weeks. Rev. W. F. Shier is expected home this week from a five weeks' sojourn at Bay View. Prof. and Mrs. Carriok have retnrned to their home after a long visiting tour with friends. Claud Chapiu left Saturday evening for a few weeks' visit with his uucle, B. Waite, of Soio. Dr. aud Mrs. G.C. Hafford and fainily, of Nobma, are the guests of Mr. Hafford's people near Milan. Mesdames Hinkley, Stimpson, Farrington and GauntJett attended the band reunión at Adrián last week. The M. E. ladias will hold their tea social at Mrs. Alex. Smith's residence on W. Main st., Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bennett of Ann Arbor, and Miss Tuwnsend, of Iowa, a'e visiting friends in the vicinity of Milan. A council of war between the Gold and Silver Clubs is in progress. The result will be recorded iu the oampaign history of '96, November next. Editor A. B. Smith returned Monday afternoon fiom his northern tour. He reports a grand and enjoya ble time. Welcome home, say the Milan people. Marión Haight, an old and respeoted resident of this vicinity, dropped dead from heart failure Sunday afternoon. He was a soldier in the Mexican war. A number of the Milan peolpe, Mr. and Mrs. F. Wilson aud son, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Allen and family, and Mr. and Mrs. W. Butler and son of Detroit, are enjoying the laughing waters of Zukey Lake for a few days. Mrs. Alice Hitohcock has received the appointment of deputy great mander of the Lailiès of the Maooabees with power to instituto hives iu Wasbteuaw, Monroe, LiviugstOD aud Oakland counties. She is an efficiënt worker and we predict flonrisiug hives aud pleuty of thern to follow her visits over this territory.

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Ann Arbor Argus
Old News