Cland Edwards has gone to L,awtoö. to work. Porf. Chas. Carrick had áu enjoyable vacation. Mrs. Neva Caffle bas returned from her Toledo trip. Mrs. Foster and sou, of Detroit, are n Milan this week. Dr. A. (i. Mesic is visitng friends in Memphis, Michigan. The L. O. T. M. will indulge in a jlay in the near future. C. H. ïïevison has moved into bis new store in tne Palmer blook. Mrs. Geo. A. Dennison, of Dundee, is visiting her tather H. Hack. Miss Florence Chapin is visiting 'riends iu Ann Arbor this week. Wm, Taylor, who bas bean with A. A. Kelly for so long, has leí' t his employ. Street Commissioner M. Sloan is doing fine work on the Milan streets Jiis week. The Popular Anthors Reading Club met with Mrs. G. R. Williams on County st. tbis week. The Milanites are clearing their awns ready for the starting of the ;reen blades of grass. Mrs. Webb Blacktner has retnrned from a winters' sojourn with her parents in Tuwer City, N. D. A large flock of wild geese flew north over Milan Monday af, ter noon. Snre 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 Fnd'ay and the funeral ervices were held at tho residence Snnday, Rev. F. O. Jones officaating. The Presbyterian ladies held their ea social at M. A. Palrners' residence on Main st Tuesday afternoon. It was veil atterded and all bad an enjoyable ;ime. Rev. Geo. E. Wilson, of loledo, reached at the Presbyterian chnrch Sunday morning and evening. His ddreses wei e eloquent and thonghtful. Ál. Wilson will preach again the morning and evening of the lüth.