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Mr. O. A. Kelley is sick with the erysipelas. Will Gay is moving into the Baptist parsonage. Tracy Bissel is building quite a large addition to his house. Alva Dexter made a flying trip to Ann Arbor Tuesday. Miss Palmer and Mrs. Clark spent Wednesday in Detroit. Mrs. W. H. IL. Hack was an' Ann Arbor visitor Tuesday. Miss Mae Alderman was home from Ann Arbor over Sunday. Mrs.Crolins's grandson from Indiana, is making her a short visit. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Harlev Guy, on Tuesday, a boy weighing 2% tts. Mr J. A. Gale of Superior, spent Sunday with W. E. Ward and family. Quarterly meeting is being held this week at the Free Methodist church. Mrs. Milton Hack's rnother and sister spent a few days with her this week. The Milan flre department put up their new lire bell last Saturday and Monday. Arthur Johnson of ïtomulus, is visiting his brother, Charlie Pullen, for a short time. Mr. C. M. Debenham and family are moving into the house recently óccupied by Dr. Pyle. Mrs. W. E. Ward is' spending a few weeks with her daughter Mrs. Lillian Gale of Superior. Lloyd Ward started for Lyons. Ohio, Monday, to till a position as tinner in a hardware store. Master Don McKay of Detroit, has been visiting his many Milan friends a few days this week. Miss Imoe Whitmarsh of Ann Arbor. spcnt Suntlay with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Whitmarsh. Examiiiations were given at the Milan school yesterday and today. Spring vacation hext week. Miss Florence Chapín carne home Saturday from spending a few days with friends in Ann Arbor. Mr. Hill, vvho is spending a few weeks in Florida, sent 1 1 is wife some fine specimens of southern trees. John Campbell expects to leave Alva Dexter's farm, und will return to his old home at Poughkeepsle, N. Y. ïhe Iiepublican caucuswas held yesterday, and the Union Silver caucus today at the Moreville Town house. Mr. Carrick started for Monroe , nesday evening where he will assist in the March Teacher's examinations. Mrs. Kllwood returned from Blissfield last Friday, and Mqnday went to Detroit and remaineduntil Wednesday. Miss Ilowe has closed her millinery shop liere and has gone to Vassar, Cass Co.,-where she will set up another shop. Messrs. Floyd Kobison and S. Fred Bdwards arrived home toiiight from Agricultural college to spend the spring vaeatlon'. Mr. Bootles has moved out of Mrs McLaughlin's house on Tolanst.. which will soon be occupied by Mr. L. Barnes and family. Mrs. M. M. Davenport and son Ward of Mooreville. have been visiting the former's mother, Mrs.W. E. Ward, since last week Wednesday. A little live ponnd maiden arrived ;it the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Coe Monday evening, and intends to make their residence her home. Mrs. AVillard Halstead's mother, brother and sister of Petersburg, spent Saturdey and Sunday with her. lier sister will remain for some time. Mrs. Jennie Ford, with her little daughter Inez, returned last Saturday to Fenton after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Tripp, for the last two weeks. Twenty-two of the York and Milan young people were baptised in the liaptist church Monday. Kev. Berry of Mooreville assisted Kev. Bonck in the services. The Loyal Tfinperance Legión has revived again with Mrs. Ingersoll as superintendent. The meetings are hi -ld in the intermedíate department in the school house. The Presbyterian young people are making arrangements to give a musicale in the near future, the proceeds of ; which will go towards paying for the new Sunday school books. iss Burroughs, teacher of the intermedíate department, has been quite ill with la grippe this week, so some of the seniors. have been exercising their teaching ability by rilling her place. Miss Edna Springer was buried last Friday at London. The funeral services were held at the Milán M. E. church, conducted by Kev. Marvin of Azalia, and Kev. Jones of this place. The school house will soon he the owner of a new bell, weighing 380 ïbs. Tlie cost will amount to $48, which will be taken from the high school fund that was raised last year by the lecture course. Mrs. James Gauntlet received a horned toad from her daughter, Airs. Koes' er, in Texas, "Wednesday. lts long journey northwardhadnot injured it in the least as it seemed to be enjoying good health at the time of its arrival.


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