Rev. Mr. Carter and family have moved to Willis. Miss K. Knight visited Ypsilanti friends last week. Mrs. Coe visited Detroit on business the last of the week. Dick Knight, of Detroit, spent Sunday with friends in Milan. Mrs. W. Whitmarsh and daughter Imo are suffering with la grippe. Miss May McGregor, of the Normal, is spending a few days at home. Several of the Milan citizens are improving their homes with new coats of paint. Mr. Vedder and family will move onto Dr. Pyle's farm south of Milan the first of May. Geo. Daschner left Milan Friday night without informing his friends of his destination. The Excelsior Renovating Co. will. move to Belleville this week where they will continue in the feather bed renovating business. Mrs. Springer of Azalia will move into Alex Smith's house on west Main street this spring. The Patrons of Industry will indulge in a maple sugar social a Hotel Babcock, April 22nd. Miss Elba Fuller returned to Ypsi lanti the first of the week after a few days' visit with Milan friends. l'otatoes are selling for 90 cent per bushei, eggs 13 cents per dozen and butter 20 cents per pound. Spring work has commenced Lawns are being cleaned and gar dens are being put in planting order. W. Dent, of the Rice house ha engaged in business with the Reno vating Co., and will leave Milan fo Belleville this week. Mrs. Blinn returned from Deer field the last of the week, where she went to attend the funeral of he friend, Mrs. Dr. Yale. Messrs. Preston and Ransom Rouse, of Saline, spent Sunday with their father, J. C. Rouse, who is quite ill with la grippe. Mrs. H. J. Zimmermann returnec from Hudson a few days ago accom panied by her sister, Mrs. Ber Brown, who will remain in Milan a few weeks. The Presbyterian ladies' bazaar was open Friday and Saturday after noon and evening. Supper was served both evenings. The fancy articles were extra fine, and notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather the ladies took in between sixty and seventy dollars.