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Mrs. P. Knowles ia seriuusly ill. Mrs. A. Lauson is visiting in Indiana. The Baptist fair was postponed until Saturday, Oct. 22. Dr. Geo. Cbapman, of Cbicago, was the nest of Mrs. Bernap and family the last of the week. Tbe Christian Endeayorers had a business meeting at tbe residence of A.B. Smitb, Monday evening. Master Harold YouDg celebrated bin fiftb birthday by having a parfy aDd inviting his yonng friends. Mr. Conary is billed for the opeia house Oot. 24. He opens the High School Lecture Uonrse for this season. The Presbyterian ladies will hoid tbeir sewing oirole Tuesday afternoon at Mrs. O. W. Leonard's on East Main st. The ladies of the M. E. oburch held their tea sooial at the residenoe of Mrs, BBlle Day, on West Main at., Wednesday evening. Mrs. Longhlin, oí St. Clair.and Miss Julia King, of Chattancoga, Tenn., are the guests of their mother, Mrs. J. C. Rouse, for a few weeks. Milan readers of the Ann Arbor Argus-Demoorat are very pleasantly impressed with tbe new state of affaire aud extend ooagratulations to the uew combine. Rev. A. E. Bnrrows, Ph. D., general íínanoial ageut f . ibe Miuhigan Childrea's Hume n-h ty at St. Jcsepb, Miob., preacb 'i jt the M. E. cboroh Sunday muii.i g and addressed the Union services at the Presbjterian ohnroh Snnday eveniug. Satnrday waa an eventful day iu progressive Milan. It included a street show and oonoert, a large pumpkin exhibit at Gen. F. Minto's olothing store three rnillinery openings, a street sale oE fine borses aud in the evening the L O. T. M. gave au oyster supper and there was a repnblioau rally at the opera house. Hod. L. C. Allen, of York, attended tbe unveiling of the Blair monument in Lansiug by the invitation of the governor. When Gov. Blair was war governor, Mr. Allen was a member of the legislatore. He says he knows of bat foor mernbers who are now living. Mr. Allen is 83 yeara of age and is one of the most active raen of bis age in ttie southern part of the oounty. His movenaents would pass him for a man of 40. Died Oat. 13, Private Charles U. King, of Co. M, 32nil Michigan Voluu;ees, at the home of his ruother. The 'nneral services were held at the tesidenoe on Connty st. , ftev. F. O. Jones officiating. The noral ofterings from many sympathizing friends were numerous and beautiful. Co. M, 32nd Michigan Volunteere, sent a beautifol ;ribute to bis memory in the foim of a arge floral pillow with the expressive words, "Our Comrade," and also a oard of sympathy to the bereaved mother and sisters. K. W. Blaokmer, 'nneral director, had the funeral oar beautifnlly deoorated in the national colors. The remaius were taken to London for interment. One more sorrowing mother over a loved one laid on the altar of her oonntry and one more brave soldier has answered the last roll cali.