Miss Luna was completely eclipsed with her vail of black, Sunday evening. The sight was a novel one to many in this vicinity. The eclipse was visible to all, and was watched by a large number of people. Mrs. Alice Hill, of Union City, is visiting friends in this vicinity. Mrs. Chas. Gauntlett and daughter Cecil were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Day, near Ypsilanti, Sunday. Mr. Walter Stimpson was home from Tecumseh a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. S. Brown have purchase H. Fulcher's residence on the corner of East Main and Wilcox streets, and will soon take possession. Mr. Eugene Wisdom and family moved into Mrs. R. Wallace's house on County street, Monday. Chas. Gauntlett was out of town the first of the week. Mesdames Gauntlett and Hill were the guests of Mrs. C.M. Fuller on the Macon, Tuesday. The Eastern Star chapter were obliged to postpone their musica!j on account of the ülness of th'.leading artists. Mr. and Mrs. Litchard have moved ; inte Mr. Fletcber's house on East Main street. Mr. Sanford and family moved into Mrs. Otto Bennet's house on [ County street, Saturday. Atty. and Mrs. G. R. Williams entertained guests from Chicago the first of the week. Mrs. A. Mains and son, of Detroit, were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Harper last week. Miss M. A. Palmer is convalescent after a severe sick spell. Dr. Hal Wyraan, of Detroit, was in Miian on business one day last week. Mr. A. Pullen moved, Monday, from Mrs. A. Davis' house on East i Main street to Mr. L. Eddy's house j on First street. Geo. Minto returned from his! Vernon sojourn, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ranson Rouse, of! Saline, visited Milan friends, I day and Sunday. Atty. F. Trussel is quite ill with la grippe. Miss Leona Swick will commence her spring school near Ridgeway the first of April. Mrs. McMahon is seriously ill. Mrs. Midlam, of Burr Oak, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. A.Trussell. Died - Miss Alice Billings at the home of her sister, Mrs. Geniac, on Hurd street, VVednesday afternoon. The funeral services were held at the residence, Friday afternoon, Rev. J. Ward Stone officiating. Mr. Lewis Soloman has a fine fish market on Tolen street. That is the place to fish, as Soloman is considered wise and knows good fish and keeps them to sell. Mr. C. H. Robison left for the Agricultural college, Saturday. Mr. G. L. Van Warmer has returned from his Chicago sojourn. Miss Bessie Farrington had a pleasant surprise party one evening last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ostrander entertained guests from Willis Sunday last. Village election Monday. Mrs. P. M. Edwards has recovered frOin her severe illness. Maple sugar has arrived. It is swret and toothsome and awfully de;ir to the purchasers. Mrs. Chas. Sill has the grippe. W. H. Whitmarsh visited Detroit Thursday. The United Brethren will have regular services at the Union church each Sunday. Mrs. McKay visited Detroit, Monday. Lots of in Milan. Pay your money and take your choice. You may be left, or you may be chosen, it is a riddle that none can guess. Editor Smith, of the Milan Leader, is a progressive man. He thinks an electric light is probable here in progressive Milan. Turn on the light, and show our sister villages that we are not so slow.