Mrs. S. Gay is seriously ill again. Miss Sampson is down from Ann rbor this week. Mrs. VVm. H. Houseman spent Wednesday in Toledo. Miss Susie Knight will leave for Olivet college Friday. Miss K. Larnb left Saturday for her school in Tecumseh. The Silver Mess are jubilant over their snccess in this vicinity. Mrs. Nina Dennison left for her lome in Dundee Tuesday a. m. Mr. V. H. Houseman gave Ann Arbor a business cali Tuesday. Mr. Chas. Pulless made a business trip to Ann Arbor Tuesday. Mrs. C. Wilcox moved into her house on County st. Wednesday. The robins are nest hunting and we are sure spring is here to stay. Mr. Claud Chapín has gone into A. E. Putman's store as salesman. Rev. Wm. Lovejoy, of Detroit, gave Milán a business cali Wednesday. Chas. Kelsey and Wm. Woolcot will go into business in Detroit this spring. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilson entertained the Crokinhole club Tuesday evening. Mrs. C. Blodgett, of Ann Arbor, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sill, this week. Rev. Mr. Wilson, of Toledo, will preach at the Presbyterian church, Sunday morning and evening. Mr. Arthur Vedder and family, of Oakville, moved into Mr. Wallace's house on County st., Tuesday. Monday Mr. Wm. Reenes and family moved from First st., into their new house on E. Main st. The Presbyterian ladies will hold their tea social at the residence of Miss M. A. Palmers, Tuesday p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Hankey, of Petoskey, and Mr. Pierce, of Weston, spent Sunday with Dr. Chapin and family. Mr. W. E. Sprague, of Detroit, was the guest of lawyer Williams and family, from Thursday until Saturday. Prof. and Mrs. Carrick, Mr. and Mrs. F. Allen and Mrs. Clark will attend the Christian Endeavor Association at Saline. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gifford left for Detroit Monday a. m., where they will stay a few days before leaving for Milan. Mrs. H. C. Markham, of Ann Arbor, was the guest of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Williams.Tuesday and Wednesday. Rev. W. C. Macbeth and family left for Erie, Pa., Wednesday a. m. where they will make it their home for the present. Rev. Macbeth iesigned his position in Milan on account of ill health.