Miss Nellie Kuight is seriouely ill. W. J. Sissam has returnedj from his Ohio trip. W. H. Gay bas retnreDd [lïom his Datroic trip. Mrs. Linn aud son are ïuoviDg to Freruont, Ohio. Frank Leonard, of Durand, is visiting Milan friends. Cbarles Gaantlett is out again after a serióos strnggle witb the grip. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Stever are qnite ill at tbeir home on Wabash st. Harvey Wbitehead is inaking a short visit home before sailing for England. Miss Florence Chapín oommenoed teaohing in London township Monday. Miss Millie Hitchoock has opened ruilliuery parlors in the Haigbt blook. Win. Minto, of Corunna, is the guest of Geo. Minto and family for a few days. Mrs. VVm. Hoyt, of Saline, is quite ill at tbe borne of her daughter, Mrs. flomer Sill. Mrs. J. L. Rowland, of Durand, is tbe gnest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Stever. Prof. and Mrs. C. M. Fnller, have moved to Milan and are at home to their friends on E. Main st. G. L. Simmons, of New York, was tbe gnest of Attoruey and Mrs. G. R. Williams tbe last of the week. The Easter services at the Presbyterian and M. E. oburobes were very fine and the deoorations were Jovely. The Misses M. A. and Eva Palmer went Monday to Ypsilanti to atteud tbe Presbycerian ïnissionary meeting. Miss Julia ürury died Wednesday of last week at her home near Milan. Tbe funeral services were held at the residence Friday afternoon, Rev. F. O. Jones offioiating. Messrs. Soott and J. Moffitt have purohased a pbotograph gallery at Delta, Obio, and have moved there. Tbe Delta people may expect a good job if they go to be "tooken." Miss Addie Redman died Snnday at her hpme near Milan after a long and painful illness. Deceased leaves a motber, two brotbers and a sister who deeply mourn her luss. Tbe fnneral snrvices were held Tuesday afternoon at the residence, Rev. R. N. Bouck offlciating.