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Mis. Chas. Clark is quite ill this week. Miss Nellie Wolcott is quite ill with dipthena. evcral cases of diphtheria in and around Milán. Wm. Ayers, of Monroe, was a Milán visitor, Tuesday. Miss Cora Hanson has returned from her visit in Indiana. Mrs. E. A. Reynolds is out of town on a visiting tour. Mr. and Mrs. H. Sill were Saline visitor the first part of the week. Miss Ona Andrus left for a visit with friends at Pentwater, Monday. Mrs. Fannie Abbot returned from her protracted visit in Canada last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Howard returned form New York City, Satuidaj afternoon. Mr. and Mrs Frank Guy moved into Wm. Needham's house on county street the first of the week. The tea social of the M. E. aid society will meet at Mrs. Blinn's Wednesday afternoon and evening. Miss Sarah Palmer returned from Ypsilanti last week where she has been several weeks under treatment at the sanitanum. s. The Methodist Episcopal society are soon to erect a new church all, their very own, much to the joy oí" many of the memVierc Mrs. Whiting, one 01 tne old residents of Milan, whose retnains were sent here from Dakota the first of the week, was buried Tuesday. Harmon Allen's house had a narrow escape from fire Friday night. 1" ire caught in an out building demolishing that and the wood shed, right in the rear of the house. No insurence. The cause of the fire was a careless ueposite of hot ashes. The Crazy social in the parlors of the Baptists church last Friday evening was a grand success, many of the ladies being dressed in rich but fantastic costumes. The Menu was very toothsome and beautifully served by colored waiters who deserve a vote of thanks forthe marnier in which their part of the programme was carried out. House cleaning "has arrove" we guess for we noticr that some of the Milan swain wear woe-begone countenances and the ladies step with a decided air as they flourish their brooms and scrubbing brushes, while dressed in costumes consisting of "Antediluvian" skirts, linen coats and masculine hats, hair banged all over their heads and faces powdered with stove po'ish. But when the war is over, all will he serene'y beautiful, homes clean and people happy.'


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