Rev. E. Vager is seriotlsly i!L. Spring airl möveiiij; time re uear at hand, Mr. Jamen (iaiinllett jr.. is ut, home foi1 i few days. The masque hall uasn't a succcss n Milan tha '-nd. Mrs. Walljtce, wlio bas been very 11, is iiciw convHlescent. Mrs. II. ilaels gave an elegant party Friilav evetiingj and il was a vers1 eujoyable event. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Iüackmer will move into their new house on First streel, in a few weeks. Presiding Eider Üa.vis, of Detroit, was present at the quartèrly meeting, at Milán, Saturday and Suftdáy. Mrs. Iloyt and Mrs. Mothne, who wete Üie guests of Mrs. H. Sill, last eek, returned to Saline Monday Mrs. VVm. Farmer, of. Toledo, was the guest of lier parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Blaekmer, tlie last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. L. Eldredge are getting i-eady tp move away from Milán. They will he cnissed by a large circle of friends. Mrs. L. Clark and Mrs. Gracia McGregör attended the concert at the university hall, at Arm Arbor, Friday evening. Rev; Chas. F. Weller. of the CJ. of M., preached at the Union church, Sunrlay morning and evening to a lare audience. Mr. Wm. Copple purchased the bakery of Clarence Needham, Saturday, paying $500 tor it and has taken posession. Mr. and Mrs. F. Trussel will move" in to Mrs. Alex Smitlrs house on the corner of First and Church streets, in a few days. The Rebekah Lodge will give a social and tea, Thursday evening, at the residence of Mrs. Wm. Whaleys on First street. Mr. Pursurd, who has been the guest of many relatives for a few days. leaves for his home in California, this week Thursday. The I. O. O. F., of Milan. are gettine ready to celébrate the seventyfiifth anniversary of Oddfellowship in the United States, April 2Gth. It will be the event ofxthe season.