Mrs. A. Day is quite sick. O. A. Kelly has a new trimmer L. Smith. Miss Grace Huntington is visiting Detroit friends this week. Saloon fights are getting to be quite too common in Milan. M. A. Palmer and L. Clark have a fine line of spring millinery. H. Taylor is doing a fine lot o papering and painting, this spring Mr. Schmitt had one of his eyes quite badly hurt, Saturday evening. The Messrs. Leonards and families are entertaining guests from the east. Will Dent, of Belleville, spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Frank Guy. Miss K. Lamb, of Ypsilanti, was the guest of Miss K. Knight, last week. Chas Woolcott, of Blissfield, is visiting his mother on County street. Five persons united with the Baptist church by baptism, Thursday evening. Mrs. Chas. Thompson and son are visiting relatives in Quincy, Michigan. The Y. P. S. C. E. will hold an ice cream social at the Baptist parsonage, Wednesday. Several of the Milan Knights attended the K. T. reception at Ann Arbor, Tuesday night. Preston Rouse and farriily, of Saline, were theguests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rouse, over Sunday. B. C. Whittaker, of Dexter, was the guest of Attorney G. R. Williams and family, Thursday. The Baptists will administer the ordinance of baptism to quite a large class in the near future. Mesdames Whitmarsh, Chapin and Williams were the guests of Mrs. F.. Dexter, in the country, Friday. James Chapin, of Owosso, was the guest of his brother, Dr. S. Chapin, and sister, Mrs. Harper, over Sunday. C. M. Blackmer was quite badly hurt Sunday p. m., by being thrown across a carriage wheel, hurting his back and hip quite seriously. Clay Johnson, who has been with Chas Thompson & Co. so long, has engaged to clerk for Heavenrich Brothers, wholesale clothing house in Detroit. Daschner and Boutelle sold their meat market to Van Warner and Lenkwood, Wednesday. The latter will continue the business in the Palmer block.