Mrs. Ed. Leonard is quite ill. Mrs. Dr. Palmer has la grippe. Skating is good on the Saline river. A number of cases of la grippe in Milan. Chas. Wilson's men are busy drawing logs to mili. The motor car fever has struck Milan in a light form. Mrs. C. E. Shannon has returned from her visiting tour. A. E. Putman will start a branch store at Alma, next week. □A. B. Smith and wife are entertaining guests from Bay county. Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman entertained guests from Oak Harbor, last week. H. Sill, wife and daughter,visited Detroit friends for severál days last week. Rev. Geo. Sloan is having a series of interesting meetings at the M. E. church. The Union Home Missionary Society are doing much good among the needy of Milan. Miss Grace Huntington returned Monday from a three weeks' visit with Detroit friends. Chas. Thompson lad an interesting young people's meeting at the Baptist church, Sunday evening. George Millen and wife, of Ann Arbor, were the guests of Mr. Whitmarsh and wife, Thursday and Friday. F. Hill and M. Day leave for Alma the first part of next week, where they will clerk for A. E. Putman. The Baptists and Presbyterians held prayer meetings during the week of prayer, each in their respective churches. Tuesday, at her home in Milan, Mrs. H. Eddington died, after a short illness. She leaves a husband and eight children to mourn her loss. Messrs Daschner and Boutel have bought out the meat market interest of Messrs Higly and Vedder and will continue the business on Main street.