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    Cland Edwards has gone to Lawton, to work.

    Prof. Chas. Carrick had an enjoyable vacation.

    Mrs. Neva Caffle has returned from her Toledo trip.

    Mrs. Foster and son, of Detroit, are in Milan this week.

    Dr. A. G. Mesic is visiting friends in Memphis, Michigan.

    The L. O. T. M. will indulge in a play in the near future.

    C. H. Nevison has moved into bis new store in the Palmer block.

    Mrs. Geo. A. Dennison, of Dundee, is visiting her father H. Hack.

    Miss Florence Chapin is visiting friends in Ann Arbor this week.

    Wm, Taylor, who has been with A. A. Kelly for so long, has left his employ.

     Street Commissioner M. Sloan is doing fine work on the Milan streets this week.

   The Popular Authors Reading Club met with Mrs. G. R. Williams on County st. this week.

  The Milanites are clearing their lawns ready for the starting of the green blades of grass.

    Mrs. Webb Blackmer has returned from a winters' sojourn with her parents in Tower City, N. D.

    A large flock of wild geese flew north over Milan Monday after noon. Sure sign that spring is here.

    Died, W. B. Palmiter, April 5, at his home on Main st. His remains were taken to Land cemetery for interment.

      The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Mogan died Friday and the funeral services were held at tho residence Sunday, Rev. F. O. Jones officiating.

     The Presbyterian ladies held their tea social at M. A. Palmers' residence on Main St. Tuesday afternoon. It was well attended and all had an enjoyable time.

    Rev. Geo. E. Wilson, of Toledo, preached at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and evening. His addresses were eloquent and thoughtful. Mr. Wilson will preach again the morning and evening of the l6th.