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Village Doings

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Day
6
Month
May
Year
1898
Copyright
Public Domain
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Mamie Mesic is ont again after a severe illness. Boro, April 29, a son to Mr. and Mrs. Chas, Coe. Mis. Lucy Clark went to Toledo on business Wednesday. Wm. Hoyt, of Saline, spent Snnday with bis wife in Milan. Amos Taylor has gone to Durand for tbe suminer, with F. Leonard. Kev. R. N. Boook preached in tbe Uuion ohureh Sunday morning. C. M. Blaokmer, who bas been seriously ill with the grip, is now oonvalesoent. Everett Ronse, of Albion, was tbe gnest of bis father J. C. Rouse Saturday and Sunday. Miss Leona Clark bas returned to Manohester after a short visit with her paients in Milan. The Baptist ladies held tbeir tea social at tbe residence of Mrs. F. Stevens Tuesday afternoon. Miss Alma Si] 1, wbo bas baen tbe guest of friends in Detroit for three months, bas retorned home. Prof. Carrick has organized the Milan Cyole Club. lts oolors are black and yellow. It has 55 mernbers. J. Spragne, of Ann Arbor, was the gnest of bis daagbter Mrs. G. R. Williams from Friday until Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Needham, of MariĆ³n st., are laoving into Mrs. O. P. Newoomb's house on County et., this week. Prof. C. M. Fuller wheeled to Island Lake and baok Saturday. He reports the boys looking fine and in good spirits. HaUn Mrs. Alice Hitchcock bas returned from Jasper, Micli., where she lias been to organize an U. O. T. M. bive. The hive started out with 30 inerubers. This is fine growing weather and aa a result the fruit trees are loaded with blossoms. Looks now as though we were to have a fine fruit year. The Washtenaw County Baptist Assooiation met at Mooreville Wedneaday and Thursday of tbis week and a number of tbe Milan Baptists were in attendauce. Rev. A. L. Wilkinson, D. D., of Ann Arbor, preaobed Sutiday morning and evening at tbe Milan Baptist ehurob. His sermona were full of interest from start to finish. A little excitement on the street Monday was caused by one of the citizens sayiug that he '"hoped the Spanisb wonld blow every U. S. vessel out of the water." Imagine how it was receivedby the patrlotio citizens. It waen't repeated. Last week and this the following boys have enlisted in tbe National Volnnteer Reserves: James H. Sbooter, Herman Deidrick, Abbott Avery, Clayton L. Allen, Albert J. Lane, Theodore M. Bnrgs, William Luxton, Clifford Gardner, Engene K. Pullen, Rodney O. Hazen, Lewis Mellinger, Cari Hall, Albert A. Smitb, GuyCoe.

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Ann Arbor Argus
Old News