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Mrs. Chas. Clark is quite ill. Miss Ellen Hartón is quite ill. Mr. Scott is visiting his parents at Larne, Ohio. C. Schmit visited friends in Ypsianti, Saturday. Spencer Coe had an auction on lis farm the icjth. Dr. Harper made a business trip to Detroit, Thursday. Miss Alice Putman visited friends n Detroit over Sunday. Miss Grace Wilson returned from ïer visiting tour Saturday. Miss Gracia McGregor has returned from her Detroit visit. Mr. Knight's people entertained 'riends from the east last week. Miss Eva Woolcott, of Ypsilanti, s visiting her mother in Milan. L. Wilcox and wife will move on their farm near Milan next month. F. Butler will build a new barn this spring on his farm near Milan. Mr. Palmer was the guest of Warren Babcock Jr., Saturday and Sunday. Ed. Easterly and wife will move onto Chas. Wilson 's farm next week. A flock of wild geese flew over Vlilan Sunday morning on their way north. Mrs. Pauline, of Detroit, is visiting her father, Chas. Smith, near Milan. There will be several new houses erected this spring and summer in Milan. Miss Gertie Hanson entertained some of her young friends Saturday evening. James Gauntlett is selling off his dry goods, and will move to Blissfield the first of next month. The M. E. aid society held their tea social at Mrs. J. H. Ford's residence on County street, Wednesday afternoon. Revival meeting in the three churches still continue. There have been over two hundred conversions since the first of January. Valentine day for '91 is a thing of the past, but there will be many that will look back to it with pleasure. It was an interestmg day for the school children.