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The W. R. C. box social was a big success. Mr. Waltere and fainily have moved into J. L. Marble's house ou County street. Spring has come to stay, so some oí tlie wise heads say. Mrs. J. Gauutlett is away on a visit ing tour. Mareh 24th, the W. K. C. are billed for a inaple sugar social. Mrs. F. Andrews returned Saturday from a visit with friends in the couutry. Mrs. Messic and daughter are visitiug friends in Memphis. Mrs. C. M. Fuller returned Saturday from a six weeks' visit with relatives in Aun Arbor. Fastdriving seems to be in order these pleasant days. P. Edwards,the street commissioner, and men have been putting the roads in fine order. Mre. O. A. Kelley gave Detroit a cali Monday. C. M. Fuller and wife will go to honsekeeping on Wabash street this week. Mrs. D. Case and Mrs. Ilolcomb are delegates to the W. C. T. U. county convention to be held at Temperance April 5 and G. E. Gay and wife have returned from their wedding tour and are at Father Gay's, on Main street, East. The Milan market is lively. Butter, 21 ets. per lb.; lard, 12 ets. per lb.; eggs, 13 ets. perdoz. The M. E. Ladies will hold a tea social at the residence of Mrs. Alex Smith on West Main street Wednesday afternoon. Miss Lucy Dexter. of Ypsilanti, is the guest of "Miss Nina Hack. W. Capple has engaged J. Haper of Detroit to bake for hiru this summer. Dr. Chapin has opened an office in the Palmer block over the Star bakery on Main street. Mrs. L. (Hark made a business trip to Toledo, Friday. There are to be interesting Easter programs at the different churches in Milan, Sunday. The first Sunday in April the different churches will open their services at 7:30 o'cloek in the evening. Born, Marcli 12, a son to Mr. and Mrs. John Murray. The Baptists will indulge in a literary program and a sugar eat at the Baptist church, Wednesday evening. There will be a fine display of millinery at the Easter opening of the millinery parlors M. A. Palmer and L. Clark, Wednesday. There will be an interesting play at Gay's opera house next week. Mr. Crandle is seriously El. Mrs. Minto, of Corunna, is visiting her son, G. Minto, and daugbter, Mrs. Thurlow lilackmer, for a few weeks. Attorney G. Ii. Williams and wiie are entertaining guests from out tf tuwn this week.