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Parent Issue
Day
24
Month
March
Year
1899
Copyright
Public Domain
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Mrs. Thos. Redman is seriously ill with erysipelas. Miss Millie Hitchcock has returned from Detroit. Attorney G. R. Williams is quite ill at his home on County 'st. Miss Ida Burroughs is ill and unable to attend to her school duties. Mrs. Frank fohnson, who has been ill for two weeks, is convalesent. Rev. Frank Arnold, of Ypsilanti preached at the Baptist churcb Sun day. Married, March 9, at Marshall Mr. Zera Patterson, of Detroit, anc Miss Minnie French, of Milan. The W.C.T.U. will meet 0 the residence of Mrs. H. A. Vincent on E. Main st., Thursday p. m. Mr. Wm. Howard is seriously ill and Mr. and Mrs. R. Leonard are attending him at his home on How ard st. Miss Mary Bell' SM invited a nurnber of her friends on Satürday tó help her celébrate her twelith birthday. Mr. A. Palmer and Mrs. Clark left for Detroit Wednesday, where they have gone to purchase Easte millinery. The Christian Endeavor Society ■will indulge in a maple sugar socia Friday evening, at the residence o Mrs. Tripps, on W. Main st. The friends of Mr. and Mrs Chas. Robinson gave them a pleas ant surprise Friday evening, anc presented them with some present in Saline. Died, Mrs. Osborn Case, three -miles west of Milan, Monday even ing at 9 o'clock. Deceased leaves a husband and several children who deeply mourn her loss. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Robinson left Monday evening for Sitka,Alas ka, where he has gone to f5 1 1 a government position as assistant experi mental clerk of agriculture. Through the efforts of Prof.Chas. Carricks, the people of Milan, were given a rare intellectual treat at the M. E. church, where union services ■were held Sunday evening. All had the pleasure of listening to Hon.G. A. Gearhart who spoke to a large audience on Christian Citizenship. From start to finish his address was filled with deep thought and expressed in glowing and eloquent language, deeply impressing his audience with its truth and purity. Cheers greeted him often nothwithstanding it was Sunday. The pastor, Rev. F. O. Jones, in his geninl way introduced the speaker. Rev. W. C. Machett and Rev. F. Arnold, of Ypsilanti, were present.