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B. W. Marble is seriously 111. Dr. Harper visited Toledo, Friday. Mrs. VVhitmarsh is in Ann Arbor this week. H. Jacobs entertained friends f rom away last week. The Milan meat markets will not be open on Sunday. Rev. Chas. Case and family have left for Lambertville. Attorney Lehman, of Ann Arbor, visited Milan Saturday. Rev. Russel, of Detroit, preached at the Union church Sunday. Miss K. Knight entertained guests from out of town over Sunday. Miss Ona Clark, of County street, is seriously ill with diphtheria. The revival meetings, at the Presbyterian church, are discontinued. Mrs. Ransom Rouse and daughter returned to Saline Friday morning. Mrs. H. M. Burt, of Detroit, is visiting Milan friends for a few days. The Sons of Veterans will hold an important business meeting this week. Jerome Allen and wife, of Ypsilanti, are visiting their Milan friends. The house of 0. Smith near Milan burned down Friday night. No insurance. The Odontunder dentists, of Detroit, are sojourning in Milan for a few days. A. E. Putman has returned from Alma, and reports a thriving business there. Tuesday evening, the Patrons of Industry had a very jolly social at the Babcock house. H. Edwards and wife have left Milan for the northern part of the state, where they intend spending the winter. Mrs. J. C. Rouse was called to Algonac Saturday, by the illness of her son, Wm. King who is seriously ill with typhoid fever. The ladies at the Baptist church held their tea social at Mrs. G. R. Williams residence on County street, Wednesday, January 28. The Y. P. S. C. E. topic February 8th, is "Christ's Personal Promises, John 14, 2 - 3, 13, 16 etc." Leader Miss Fannie Huntington. Between cighty and ninety new converts have made a start during the M. E. revival meetings. The meetings will continue for a few nights. Rev. M. H. Bartram,of Dearborn, preached at the M. E. church Tuesday evening. There was a full house, and the sermón was interesting. Mrs. Winslow, who has been in Milan several weeks waiting on her aunt, Mrs. Lyons, who is very ill, will return to her home at Toledo, Ohio, this week.