News Notes From Milan
Milan, Mich., Nov. 14.- Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Houseman spent Friday in Detroit.
Miss Mae Alderman, who teachers school in the Detroit city schools is visiting her mother, Mrs. Alderman west of town.
Mrs. Newton Colf is quite seriously ill.
The high school will give the first number on their lecture course on Thanksgiving evening in Gay's opera house, when the New South Jubilee singers and Alonzo Moore, the colored comedian and magician will give the entertainment. The other numbers on the program for coming entertainment are the Rogers-Grilley Recital company, Hon. G. A. Gearhart in his new lecture, "The Footprints of the Centuries," who has bees here before, H. W. Sears, who is familiarily known as "the taffy man." The course is first class in every particular and season tickets are $1.00, reserved $1.25.
Mrs. S. A. Palmer is visiting relatives and friends from Dundee, and will soon leave lor Forestburg, South Dakota, where she will spend the winter.
William R. Ward of Detroit, is visiting his parents, William E. Ward and wife and family.
Whyland P. Gregory, who was terribly burned while endeavoring to extinguish the flames at the fire yesterday, when it first was discovered, is reported as getting along very well.
Mrs. G. W. Hitchcock has a very painful accident of having her shoulder strained while giving the horse a pail of water.
Dr. Vaughan of Ann Arbor was called in consultation with local physicians in the case of Millie Hitchcock, and report that she remains about the same.
K. P. Alderman and J. M. Anten are buying large quantities of all kinds of produce.
Mrs. J.T. Hafford of Albion is visiting relatives and friends in this locality. She formerly resided near here.
Prof. G. E. Ganiard has a young friend from the U. of M. down today and put some of the high school boys through scrimmage work, and they will probably organize a football team soon.
Mrs. Cadmus of Macon, is visiting her granddaughter, Mrs. Frederick Gauntlett and family at their home on County street.
Henry Hack is shipping his stook of wool, which amounts to about 75,000 pounds to eastern markets.
The Michigan Telephone Co. have their state lines in working order, and also have gangs from Detroit and Ann Arbor working on the switch board and say will have local service Monday.
Tena McCloud entertained Gussie Bragg of Detroit.
Albert Johnson, a prosperous farmer of Milan township, holds the record of raising 1,000 bushels of corn from 5 acres this year.
Joseph Gauntlett's house is receiving a coat of paint, tbc work of Geo. Edwards and his paint gang.
Mr. and Mrs. John Moon are entertaining his mother, Mrs. Moon from Ypsilanti, a few days.
Mrs. E. C. Hinkley has returned to her home in Northville after visiting her many friends here.
Miss Luva Saylee is in Adrian, the guest of her friends, Misses Hattie and Mary Laubach, who formerly resided here.
Miss Nellie Delafore has returned from her Detroit visit.
Thomas Fucher has returned to his home in Schofield after visiting his daughter, Mrs. Will Lee.
The Christian Endeavor shadow social held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Sayles last evening was a success in every way.
Mrs. Knaggs of Toledo, is the guest of her son, Fred H. Knaggs and wife east of town.
Miss Bertha Dyke of Ann Arbor is the guest of her sister Mrs. John Royal and family, on County street.
John Head has purchased a lot in Warner's addition to Milan.
Fred Knaggs is buying poultry for George Morse of the Boston Poultry house at Ypsilanti, and will take in here Monday.
Geo. Holstead has returned to Detroit after visiting his brother, O. H. Holstead and family, and other relatives and friends.
Chas. M. Blackmer entertained the Heart Club at his home.
Albert Lane is building an addition to his brick block near the Wabash freight warehouse and also a Iarge building next to his hay and grain warehouse facing the Wabash and Ann Arbor "Y."
The ladies of the Order Eastern Star will give a pink tea social in the Masonic temple next Tuesday evening.
Ann Arbor Argus-Democrat