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Milan Matters

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Parent Issue
Day
28
Month
May
Year
1897
Copyright
Public Domain
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Ilorace Case is building a new house oü Wabash street. Mrs. C. T. Sill and daughter Alma were Ann Arbor visitors last week. Mrs. 11. ('. Mll went to Saline last week Wednesday. Mrs. Magley has moved to Coldwater where slie will make her future home Tom Barnes returned home Wednes day f rom attending the funeral of his granclf ather, at Quincy. llisses Eva Smith and Stella Ward werd Aun Arbor visitors Tuesday. A. 1). Jackson.wife and son attended the funeral of their nephe.v, at Mooie ville Mouday. No school was held Tuesday alter noon as i'rofessor Carrick received a telegr mi stating that his father-in-law Mr. Sleighton, of Dunclee was throwi out of a liusgy and seriously injurned Mr. and Mrs. Carrick left for ]undee Tuesday al'ternoon. The Sewing circle of the ladies of the Presbyterian church will m et with Mrs. V. E. Ward next week Tuesday Mrs Charles Bunsmore of Bay City carne Saturday night to spend a few weeks with her mother Mrs. il. J Harris, who is very ill. Miss Curtis and a friend from Dundee spent last week with Mrs. DeLand. Mrs. E. P. Smith returned home Saturday from visiting relatives at Raleighville. Last Saturday niglit Pierce Seger, the night operator was preatly startled by being suddenly ordered to -'Hold up lus hands" by four masked men. The robbers secured over $5 and a fine gold watch from liirn, and also$6of thp eompany's money tlien taking hini his assistant locked thein up in a box car where they were lield lor severa] hours. Six men' were arrested in Saline Monday and ïuesday two liad a hearing and were bound over to the circuit eourt. . . , Mrs. W. E. Ward has been quite sick for the past few days is slowly improving at the present time.

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Old News
Ann Arbor Democrat