Milan Creamery Has Been Sold
Milan, Mich., Nov. 17.—The Milan Creamery Co. of which George F. Minto, clothing merchant, and Homer C. Sill, hardware man, here, are the proprietors, have sold out their entire plants and equipment to the Lime City Creamery Co., of Toledo, O., who take possession at once.
They owned creamery plants here, at Azalia and at Dundee.
Ora Deland, who held a working interest in the Milan Creamery Co., will be the general manager of all the plants, and Carl Deland, formerly of this place, will be local manager, at Dundee.
Miss Luva Sayles has returned from her few days visit with her friends, Misses Hattie and Mary Laubach at Adrian.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Pullen will entertain the Methodist Ladies Aid society at their home on Wilcox street, Wednesday.
Deputy Sheriff Hasley has returned from Detroit, where he went to take the horse which he found and which was recently stolen from Prouty's Livery barn, by John Russell, colored, who is now being held at police headquarters, Detroit.
Miss Effie Pullen and brother, Embert, have returned from Ypsilanti, where they visited their sister, Mrs. C. H. Harner.
Miss Stella Hanson, who has a position in Bowling Green, O., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hanson on North street.
W. Scott Juckett is in Detroit on business this afternoon.
Miss Bertha Dyke has returned to her home in Ann Arbor after attending the funeral of her mother, Mrs. Ester Dyke, Sunday.
As no word has yet been received from H. J. Zimmerman, who left Sunday for Brooklyn, N. Y., where his daughter, Mrs. Edna Boardman, died suddenly, it is not thought by her relatives here that the remains will be brought here for interment.
Mrs. Wilkinson, who has been visiting her daughters, Miss Mabel Wilkinson, and Mrs. George F. Minto, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George F. Minto, on County street, returned to her home in Vernon this morning.
O. E. Hawkins editor of the Tecumseh News, and wife who have been visiting Mrs. Hawkins' mother, Mrs. John Clark and family, have returned to their home.
Chas. W. Smoot of Danville, Ill., whose household goods were considerably ruined in the Blackmer fire, is here attending to the work of removing them.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson have returned to their home in Romulus, after attending the funeral of Mrs. Dyke and visiting at the home of Postmaster Charles W. Pullen and family, on Wilcox street.
Walter Cone, who is serving on the jury in the November term of the circuit court at Monroe, visited his family a short time.
The funeral of Stanley D. Carig, was held from the home west of town this forenoon, interment in Marble Park cemetery.
Mrs. Chippman made a trip to Detroit this morning.
Representatives of the Hanover Insurance Co., of New York, are here today adjusting the losses of Charles M. Blackmer, on the building, and Wm. J. Schuenight, on contents of his law offices from the fire last Friday.
Walter F. Stimpson, president of the Stimpson Standard Scale Co., has returned from Cincinnati, where he had an exhibition of Stimpson scales at the manufacturers' show.
The Knights of Pythias are making extensive arrangements for their smoker to be held in their hall this evening.
Miss Maude Reynolds of Detroit, is visiting her uncle, Amos Taylor and wife, and other relatives for a few days.
George Holstead and another party of Detroiters, are here buying poultry for the Thanksgiving trade there.
Mr. Bruce of the American Sad Iron Co., is out from Detroit, spending a few days attending to business matters.
Mrs. William Stimpson is home from her visit with her brother George Hurd, in Dundee.
Wila P. Lamkin is wiring Fred Hasley's new house.
Manager W. P. Gregory of the Michigan Telephone exchange, is unable, as yet, to be out, although his hands and arms which were burned are getting along favorably well.
Elon Gauntlett has returned from his Detroit business visit.
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Hack are entertaining Miss Daisy Cooper.
Milan was visited by a miniature snow storm this afternoon.
Mrs. Robert McLachlan has so far recovered from her illness as to be able to go driving.
Miss Bertha Cone returned from Detroit last evening.
Warren Alison is working for Clifford Draper.
Mrs. Milo Fuicher has returned from her Detroit visit.
Whaley Bros. cider mill and apple evaporator are still busy hives of industry, and they have apples enough to keep them busy for weeks to come. The apple crop is very large this year, although all are a poor grade.
The high school boys are getting quite interested in foot ball.
The Jubilee singers, who will be the first number on the high school lecture course, come very highly recommended.
Ann Arbor Argus-Democrat