.Mrs. M. Barnes is quite ill. Milán has three millinery stores. Mr. Al va Dexter has leased his farm. Cecil Gauntlett has recoveredfrora the measles. Mrs. J. C. Rouse is entertaining guests from Saline. W. H. Whitmarsh was ill with la grippe last week. Mr. and Mrs. McAdams will soon leave for the west. Mr. E. A. Reynolds and family will soon move to Detroit. Mrs. Otto Cennet, of Ann Arbor, gave Milán a cali, Thursday. Mr. F. G. Eddy is improving his residence by building an upright. Mr. E. Doerson has rented Mrs. Kelsey's block,on West Main street. Mr. C. H. Robison left for the Agricultural college the last of the week. Mr. J. M. Putman has returned from his eastern tour with a fine line of goods. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hinkley entertained guests from Belleville, last week. Miss Howe will open a new millinery store in the Babcock block, this week. Charles Taylor moves into E. A. Reynolds house, on First street, in a few days. The Rebekah social is to be at the residence of Mrs. J. S. Brays, Wednesday evening. Mr. Reed Jillett a horse and carriage stolen from his barn Saturday night. Mrs. W. Butler, of Detroit, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilson. Mr. W. W. Shurtz will soon open a new hotel at the Bramón house, on West Main street. Mr. Luxton and family has moved from Hurd street into Mrs. C. Wilcox's house, on County street. Mrs. Williamson, of Vernon, Michigan, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. G. Minton, for a short time. Mrs. W. E. Sprague and son, of Chicago, are the guests of Attorney G. R. Williams and family for a few weeks. Miss M. A. Palmer and Mrs. L. Clark have an Easter opening of their millinery parlors, Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Dr. Palmer feil and hurt herself quite seriously, Monday. She is ovei So years of age, and quite feeble. Mr. C. M. Debenham, the station agent, was laid off, and H. H. Corbetson, of Alvordton, is attending to the duties. The puzzle social at the residence of Mrs. Geo. Montus, Friday evening, under the auspices of the Missionary band, was a great success. Friday, Mrs. Julia Dexter Stannard, of Dexter, president of the second district, organized a W. C.T. Union at the Methodist church, with the following ofñcers: President, Mrs. G. E. Sloan; ist vice-president, Mrs. J. O. Heek; 2d vice-president, Mrs. J. Swendt; 3d vice-president, Mrs. VanBuren; 4th vice-president, Mrs. D. Case; recording secretary, Mrs. C. M. Fuller; corresponding secretary, Mrs. C. M. Fuller; treasurer, Mrs. A. B. Smith.