Mi-u. F. Ross is qnite ill. Mrs. Avery is ill with La Grip. Mrs. Andrew Jackson is on the sick list. Chas. Woolcott gave Detroit ;i cali Mouday. A. Millrass left forJCaliforuia Tuesday aforenoon. Attorney D. O. Salisbury visited Detroit the last of the week. Dr. Mesic went to Aun Arbor Tnesday ou professional business. Mrs. H. J. Zimrnerniann who has been qute ill is uow convalescerit. H. A. Taylor is doing some fine work in the papering line for Palnier & Clark. Walter F. Stimpson, of Detroit, speut Sunday with his parcnts in Milan. Theodore Hora and faniily have moved into Mrs. Clark 's cottage on First st. Miss Florence Chapin will close her winter term of school two weeks from last Monday. Gearhart at the Milan opera house, March 18, under the auspices of the M. H. S. L. C. Í Miss Lelia Kelly, of the U. of M., spent Friday and Saturday with her parents in Milan. Miss Lenia Clark left Monday foi Toledo where she will trim for a whole sale hovise a week or so. A. Croloins has gone to Gladstone to engage in business. His family will follow him this spring. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Goodrich, of Ann Arhor, were the guests of Attorney and Mrs. G. R. Williams Monday. Curcuit Court Commissioner Win. Murray spent Sunday with his parents Mrand Mrs. Dan Murray, of County st. Mrs. Frank Jones, of Ann Arbor, was called to Milan Monday on account of the illness of her mother Mrs. Case. The Presbyterian social at the residence of Mrs. A. E. Putman on W. Main st., Tuesday afternoou, was well attened. J. C. Rouse and wife are visiting friends in Lodi and word was received Monday by his Milan friends that he had fallen and dislocated one of his shoulder?. He will be unable to return to his Milan home for the presea t. Mrs. John Blakeslee was 70 years old Mar. 9, and her friends from far i and near celebrated the event by ! ing her a pleasant surprise taking refreshments and presenta. They all had au enjoyable time and a group picture was taken by Mr. Sissen). All voted the day a success and left with wishes for rnany returns of the eventful day. Milan village had but one ticket in the field this year excepting A. S. Putman who ran independent for conncilman receiving but 45 votes out of 183 cast. Tne following officers were elected: President, D. W. Hitchock; trustees, Ed. Farrington, Chas, Ganntlett, John Steidle; clerk, Chas. Patterson ; treasurer, E. W. Blackmer ; assessor, Nelson Rice. H. C. Sill had a fine exhibition at his store the 9th, lOth and llth It was estimated by good judges that he received abont 3,000 calis, and refreshments were served to between 900 and 1,000 people with coffee and biscuits. There were about 1,500 bicsuits baked in the range during the three days. E. J. .Nicbols exhibited th ranges under the auspices of the Peninsular Stove Co., of Detroit, for H. C. Sill. Mr. Nichols is second to none as au agent and Mr. Sill has every reason c ongratulate himself ou the ventnre as his sales were fine.