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Mrs. Pinkham visited Dundee iriends this week. ■ Indians have pitched their tent in Milan for the week. Free Methodist will be in full operation by Thursday. Mrs, Barnes entertained guests from Adrián last week . Mrs. Arba Andrews visited her parents at Willis last week. O. P. Newcomb is stopping with Milan friends for a few days. Mrs. Pyle and daughter returned from the east Saturday evening. Miss Anna Delaforce, is attending the teachers' institute at ifpsilanti. Mrs. Turrell, of Ann Arbor, was the guest of Miss Sampson Saturday. Rev. Ar.ibrose VVight, of Linden, is visiting friends in Milan for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. O. E.Hawkin' wedding cards are out and are very pretty. Bom to Ed. Hinckley and wife a son, weight ten pounds, August I7th, 1888. Messrs. Kelley and Whitmarsh. returned from Devil's lake Monday morning. Mrs. A. Halstead returned from her summer sojourn in New York city last week. Mr. Hall, of Canada, was the guest of his sister, Mrs. Bartrara, the first of the week. Putman's store stands in the highway now and he still continúes to have a large trade. Ben Odell, of Brighton, has taken his brother's place in Chas. Gauntlett's store for a few weeks. Died, Aug. I5th, aftera short illness, the infant son, aged 5 months, of Mr. and Mrs. Wra. Whaley. The lawn fcte at Eugene Reyn'? old's res'dence, Tuesday evening, was well attended notwithstanding the inclement weather. Lyman Burnrum and family, will move into Mis. Haight's house on County street the last of the week. Democrat and republican poles are raised near Milan every week now. in tact, the people feel lost without attendingá political meeting of some kind. They are nearly as social and enjoyable as a womèn's sewing society, and just about as effect i ve.


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