H. Knight is serioasly ill at üis horue on W. Main at. Rev. R. N. Bonck gave Toledo a oall the last of the week. Master R. Forbea has the haudling of the Toledo News at present. Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Jones visited frlends in the country Tnesday. Mesdatnes Hack and Kelly were the guests of Mrs. Milton Hack Monday. Mrs. T. Barnes entertained a few friends at her home Saturday evening. A Valentine social at the Presbyterian ohnroh is billed for the 14tb of February. Mrs. Salisbury, of Toledo, is the gnest of her father and fainily this week. Miss M. Canick spent Saturday and Suuday with lier parents in Petersburgh. "A Ward of Ouba" will be put on the boards Wednesday evening by looa) talent. The Misses Gauntlett and Whitmarsh ware bonje frorn their Ann Arbor school nver Sundav. Mr. Fouch, of the U. of M., was the gnest of his friend Attoruey Salisbury over Snnday. Abel Palmer, of Verinout, is tbe guest of his ooasin L. Allen and family for a few days. Mell Barnes, of Elkhart, Ind., is tbe guest of his brotber T. Barues and family this week. Mr. and Mrs. Charlea Woolcott ntertained guests at their home on Wilcox st. Mouday eveuiug. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Rouse, of SaHna, were the gnests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rouse over Sunday. W. fi. Srnitb has the contraot for building two new houses on tbe Dean lots this spriug and snmruer. Tuesday ruorning a gentleshower feil in Milan washing souie of the beautifal snow from the plains iu this vicinity. Rev. .T. P. Hutohinsou is too ill at his home iu Ann Arbor to iill his appointmenta at the Presbyterian church in Milan. "The Old Folks" gave their couoert at Moorevile Friday evening at the Baptist churoh. There were several jolly loads weut up from Milao to hear the old songs sung once again.