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Mrs. Pyle returned from her eastern tripWedneaday. Miss A. Brook8 left for her home in Minneapolis, Friday. Mies Leila Kelly and Lena Burtrum are visiting friends at Dearborn. Miss Edna Springer was the victim of a surprise party Friday evening. Mrs. V. Hansqn, of Virginia, is visiting her Milan friends for a few daye. MifS Donna Dexter entertained a number ofyoung people Friday evening. Rev. Jay Huntington left for a few days' sojourn at Higgin's Lake, Monday morning. W. E. Sprague, of Chicago, was the guest of his sister, Mrs. G. K. Williams, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Robinson and family, of Detroit, spent Sunday visiting Milan friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. Sprague, of Ann Arbor, are the guests of G. R. Williams and family this week. The Methodist social will be held at the residence of Mrs. H. Taylor, on Front-st, Tuesday evening. Rev. Isaac William (colored) will hold a live weeks' camp meeting at the Milan driving park, commencing August 20. The Baptist tea social was held at Mrs. A. Hanson's residence Wednesday evening. It was well attended and greatly enjoyed by all. Víctor Hindelang is very i II. Wm. Emmert has moved to Elyria, Ohio. Rollo Heath and sister were in Detroit last week. Over 100 of our citizens were in Jackson last week. Mrs. S. Hook, of Detroit, is the guest of Mrs. J. Bacon. Geo. Begole, of Jackson, spent Sunday with his family. Postmaster Judson is entertaining John Fay, of Chicago. Mrs. Hoag and daughter have returned from Bay View. Mrs. A. Durand is visiting her daughter in BattleCreek. Mrs. A. Burkhart is eatertaining friends from öchoolcraft. Chelsea flour mili now runs under the name of Sparks & Lane. George Ward, who was struck by a falling board, is now improving. Maud Congdon, of Ypsilanti, is at home for a few weeks' recreation. Judson & Holmes have bougut nearly 125,000 pounds of wool this summer. Miss N. Wilkinson and brother have gone to Clear Lake, Ind.,to spend a few weeks. The receipts of the ice cream social held by the Congregational young people were $12. T. McKune intenda soon to have a stone walk laid in front of his building, on south Main-st. Rev. T. Joslyn officiated at the fourth quarterly meeting, held in the Methodist church, Sunday. Mr. and Mra. Skinner and daughter, of Newaygo, are spending a few days with David Thomas. Mrs. Willis and sons, of Brainerd, Minn., have been the guests of Mrs. J. Welsh for several weeks. J. S. Mclntosh, of Chicago, has been spending a few weeks with his parents, Rev. J. H. and Mrs. Mclntosh. Frank Tuckei's play, "The Noble Outcast," was succes8fully given at the 't,own hall, on Mondáy evening. WhHinore Lake. Miss Bertha Field is visiting friends in Highland, Oakland county. Mrs. Emmett Smithand daughter left for their home in Jackson on Saturday. Miss Flora Pratt, of Lansinj:, has been visiting her grandfather, George Lemen. Miss Grace Caldwell has gone to Chicago to visit her sister, Mrs. Carrie Brown. The campers at Point Comfort were entertained Saturday night by F. M. Lumbard. Mrs. Anna Davis, of BayCity, daughter of P. M. Stevens.and family , are here for the heated term. Dr. Nichols and lady spent Sunday with their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Mutschel, in Camp Comfort. Mrs. Simons and party left theClifton for their home in Cleveland, Ohio, on Saturday last. They have been here three weeks. D. C. Fall, C.E.Mutschel,and families, broke camp and returned to Ann Arbor on Tuesday. Alyin Wilsey and family will remain awhile longer. Vincent Lumbard and lady and bis mother, Mrs. Mary W. Lumbard, spent Sunday with F. M. Lumbard, at the Lake. Vincent is working for the Standard Oil company of Detroit. F. M. Lumbard and daughter Lillie went toa Catholic picnic at Brighton, last Saturday, and made the music for the bowery dance. A large number were in attendance from this place and vicinity. Capt. Pratt died last Thursday at the residence of bis daughter, Mrs. L. J. Stiles. Appropriate services were held at the house on Sunday. The remains were taken to Brighton and placed beside h's wife, who died a few years ago. He was in the late war, but never joined the ,G. A. R. or received any pension. The concert by the business men's quartette, assisted by Miss Hattie Long and brother, all of Ann Arbor, at the Methodist church, Tuesday evening last week, was a decided success, musically, financially and otherwise. The instrumental portion was very fine, and Miss Long's rendition of "Old Joe" was heartily encored. Brldffewater. James M. Kress died very suddenlv of apoplexy, Wednesday, Aug. 13, 1891. He was born in New York, Dec. 25, 1827 and was therefore in his sixtyfourth year. He carne to Michigan in 1836. He was for many years supervisor of Bridgewater and bas held seyeral other offices of trust and responsibility. He o wned afine farm in excellent condition. He leaves a wife and daughter and many friends. He was buried Friday with Masonic rites. Htony t reek. Mr. Yaw, a former resident of this place, visited friends in the vicinity last week. A traveling fakir agent has been gulling the gullible in this vicinity by selling them 850 carriages for $90. Silas Southard, an old resident of this place, died on the lOth of dropsy. aged seventy-three years. The funeral was held from the M. E. churchonthe 12th. Lima. Telephone Lodge Patrons of Industry meet tonight. Thomas Curtís lost a cow by lightning last week Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Tilford, nee Jewett, visited her unele, Thomas Jewett, and old neighbors, last week. Frank Pyle and wife, of Wilmington, Delaware, are visiting Mr9. Pyle's brother, Frank MuMillen. Miss Dr. Lija Mitchell, of Kansas City, is visiting her brother, G. H. Mitchell, and old neighbors.


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