E. O. Leonard is seriously ill. Mrs. M. Vincent is very ill with LaGrippe. Mr. J. Clark is quite ill with scarlet fever. Mrs. James Gauntlett is visiting at Ridgeway. Mrs. Hattie Clark is quite ill with chronic trouble. Mrs. Alva Dexter has returned from her Wayne visit. F. Swindt is visiting Jackson friends for a few days. Mr. Thurlow Blackmer sprained an ankle the other day. Prof. Dennison is visiting friends in Ypsilanti for a few weeks. The Presbyterians will indulge in a fancy fair in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sill have returned from their Dexter visit. Rev. Geo. Sloan and family have returned from their northern tour. Dr. Chopin, of Grass Lake, gave his Milan relatives a short cali, Thursday. Miss Emma King is the guest of the Misses Dexter at Ypsilanti for a few days. , There are twenty cases of measles in Milan, and a few cases of mumps and chicken pox. C. M. Fuller made a flying trip in the northern part of the state, returning Saturday. P. Robinson, of Detroit, aformer resident of Milan, called on sorne of lis old friends last week. C. M. Fuller will lead the B. Y. ?. U. services the evening of March 5. Subject, Nehemian 4-17. The coal dealers have received coal once more and our citizens will not have to drive to the neighboring villages for supplies. Prof. W. Babcock and wife have emoved to Lansing, where Mr. Jabcock has taken up his work at he Agricultural college. The Free Methodists will resume heir revival meetings as soon as sermitted after the diphtheria and other contagious diseases subside. Business is good; potatoes on the market are Si per bushei; eggs, 25c er doz: butter, 24c; lard, 12c; oranges are sold for 25 and 30c per doz. Diphtheria is confined to Mr. ames Johnson's family. Mrs. Johnon and her daughter are still eriously UI. One son and adaugher are out of danger. Dr. Harper was taken wíthhemorhageof the nose last Tuesday afternoon, and bied at intervals quite copiously until Friday. The doctor s out of danger but very weak.