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School closes this week. Clark Fulcher is quite ill. Luther Clark is quite ill. Mrs. Zimmerman is on the sick list. Bad colds are quite the style at present. Mrs. Alex Smith is visiting friends in Ohio. Business quite lively in Milan for the last few days. Mrs. Fiie d and Mts. Burnap are quite ill this week. Charles Patterson is sojourning in Indiana for a time. Dading "Dogseys Ogsays" are too muchee for Milan. Thurlow Blackmer is in business in Ypsilanti at present. Several of our Milan people visited Ypsilanti this week. Mell Barnes and family will move down on County street this week. Milan has ripe strawberries this week all its very own production. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Haydon start on a visiting tour ín a few days. Childrens' day was appvopriately observed in al) of the churches Sundav. Cold nights and backvvarJ gardens are in order this beautiful month oí roses . Mr. and Mrs. Howard entertained guests f rom Chicago, 111., the first of the week. G. Dashmer has left the meat market business here for a better situation in Ypsilanti. Dr. and Mrs. Kishpaugh and Mrs. Simmons left Milán Tuesday morning for a short trip. Mr. Armitage, of London, moved into one of Justice Marble's houses on County street, Saturday. Editor Alien, ot West Branch, is still sojourning in Milán. It seems hard for him to leave his friends. Mrs. Newcomb and son and Miss Potter returned to Milán from their visiting tour the last of the week. The youngpeople are anticipating a mee time out to Alva Dexter's Wednesday, s it is a jolly place to Orange blossoms are buded and ere long, the public will have the pleasure of reading an item under the head of marriages. - TVait. The boys base ball nine went over to Saline to play Saturday but the rain prevented them playing, much to the disappointment ot the bovs. Mr. David Hitchcock and wife started on a visiting tour last week Friday. They will visit friends in Byron and Ovid before their return home. The second a'dventists have been holding forth in a tent this week, and thus far they have had a fair audience to listen to their words of wisdom. A donation is in anticipation for Rev. M. H. Bartram the last of the month. We hope it may prove a success in every way as the object is a very laudable one. Milan nine and Ypsilanti nine played a game of base ball at the Milan driving park Saturday and the game stood Milan 7, Ypsilanti 4. Good for the Milan boys.


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