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Mrs. Flora Guy is quite ill. Robert Ingereoll is quite ill, Mts. Willard Halstead is quite ill. Mrs. J. Steidle is enteitaining guests from Ohio. Mrs. May Robison has returned to her home in Detroit. M. C. Debrnharn is entertaining bis father, from Petoskey. The wind is drying np the mnd at a great rate this week. Mr. and Mrs. E. Hinkley are visiting friends at Belleville. The Masonic reception and ball Friday eveniDg was quite a success. Porf. Dennison and wife, of Dundee, spent Sunday with Milan friends. The W. C. T. U. will meet at Mrs. H. Vincent's tomorrow afternoon. Conary, the impersonator, will be at the opera house, Wednesday evening. Eev. R. N. Bouck is holding revival meetings aü the Milan Baptist ohuroh. Attorney Wm. Murray is in the prosecuting attorney's office at Ann Arbor. Mrs. M. Hack and Mrs. JS. Blackmer are visiting friends in Trento-i for a few days. Otto Bennett, of Aun Arbor, will build a modern house 011 his lot on County st. Mrs. Wm. Wooloott and daugbter have returned from aprotraoted visit at Maple Grove. Wood Clark is selling out his goods preparatory to going out of the dry goods business. Miss ürace Debenham gave a party in honor of her guest from Peru, Ind., Monday evening. Chas. Taylor -will commence delivering goods for Wm. Needham & Son Monday morning. Mr. and Mes. W. H. Whitmarsh and family entertaiued guests from Ann Arbor over Sunday. Mr. Watkins, of Detroit, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sill and family over Sunday. Editor A. B. Smith and wife attended the reception at the Hotel Cadillac aü Detroit this week. Webb Blaokmer will commenoe delivering goods for S. T. Blackmer & Hitchcock Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Minto, of Fowlerville, were tbe guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Minto the first of the week. There were 30 candidatos for baptism Monday evening who were immersed in the baptistry at the Milan Baptist church. They were all from Mooreville, and came out under Rev. Mr. Berry's preaching at the three weeks' revival meetings. The service wasvery impressive and was witneesed by several hundred people.


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