Eva Palmer is quite ill with measles.
Mrs. Thomas Wilson, of Wabash st, is seriously ill.
A heavy rain and wind storm visited Milan Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gay visited Detroit the last of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Rouse entertained guests at dinner Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. Hickey is the name of the new tailor in the Ford block on Main st.
The M, E. ladies held their tea social at Mrs. Steidle's this week. It was a success in every way.
Rev. Geo. E. Wilson, of Clyde, Ohio, preached at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and evening.
Rev. A. L. Lockert left for Cleveland, Ohio., Monday forenoon where he will visit his brother for a few days.
C. M. Blackrner has returned from a three months' tour of sight-seeing in California, much improved in health.
Miss Florence Chapin returned Tuesday from her Ann Arbor visit. She took in the May Festival while there.
The L. O. T. M. initiated 10 new members Friday evening and indulged in a banquet all having an enjoyable time.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gauntlett, of W. Main st. , are having their lovely home embellished with fine wall decorating. H. Taylor is the artist.
A. E. Putman is having new show cases put in his store and is having. a general renovating, preparatory for the summer opening of a fine line of goods.
Mrs. Houseman and children had a very enjoyable time visiting in Hanover, Mich., but Editor Housman is wearing an exceedingly smiling countenance since their return.
The Baptist Missionary Society met this week with Mrs. J. C. Rouse on County st. The meeting was exceedingly interesting and the papers were instructive.
The opera house is decorated beautifully in the class colors of purple and silver, ready for the June class day exercises which are to take place the 19th. Prof. Chas. Carrick has spared no trouble to make the event a success in every way.