Miss W. A. Palmer is on the sick list. Lew Blinn spent Sunday with Milan people. Will Woolcott returned Monday froin his Jackson visit. Scvcial cases of whooping oougli in Milan and vicinity. Mis. Allierl Smith has retiiviied "rom her Farmlngton visit. Messrs. Whitmarsh, Barnes and Hayflen visited Chicago, last week. Mr. E. Gay, of Detroit, spent Suuday with his parents at Milan. Dr. Calhoun is out again after a si weeks' (ight with rheumatism. Mr. J. Putman has returned from the cast with a fine line of goods. The G. A. Pv. of Milan had their photógraphs taken in a group, Saturday. ■Mrs. Alox Smith wilt open her house for the M. E. tea social Wcdnesday evenlng. Rev. Jay Huntlngton is atteuding the Baptist eonvention at Saginaw, this week. St i'i-al ol f.ie Milan people attended the play at the Yp.silanti opera house last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Fuller returned from her Ann Arbor visil, S:iturday evenlng. Mrs. ïerry, of Schooieraft, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Clark, this week. Miss K. Knight was the guest of Miss Gracia MeGregor, at Anu Arbor, Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Lyons left Tuesday for a winter'S sojourn with her niece, Mrs. Winsel ow, at South Toledo. . Mr. and Mrs. D. Hitchcock have returned alter a four weeks' sojourn with friends in Dakota. Mrs. Meyers and Mrs. Veets, of Oberlin, Ohio, who were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Harper, last week, returned home Wednesday. Butter is selling for 20 ets. per lb., eggs 10 ets per dozen and hickory nuts at 80 ets per bushel. Potatoes are 20 ets. per bushel. Mr. E. E. Stewart, a former resident of Milan, returned last week after eeveral months' absence in the west.