jj. E. Edwards is quite UI. Mrs. F. Trussel is on the sick list. jjrs C. M. Fuller visited Ann Arbor Saturday. p HUI shippcd a ton of chickens last week. jlrs. W. Hitchcock enteitnin.d gusts jast, week. Prof. Reynolds, all the week at the opera house. Mrs. U. Fuller entertained guests over Sunday. M. M. Clark visited Toledo on business last week. jlr. and Mrs. II. Reynolds have moved to Bay City. Mr. and Mrs. Whitmarsh visited Detroit, Thursday. Born, November 10, a son to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Allen. Born, November 11, a son to Mr. and Mrs. Mell Barnes. H. Edwards, of Carlton, visited his Mllan friends, last week. Starr Voght, of Detroit, is visiting Milan. friends this weck. HoMday goods begin to show the shadow ol their coming. Mrs. Wilbur is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. M. Barnes. Mrs. J. C. Harper made a business trip to Ann Arbor, Friday. Mrs. Harry Fuleher has just returned from a two weeks' visiting tour. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Watts vlsited Milan. friends Saturday and Sunday. Prof. Stanley and wife, of Ypsilanti, wer ethe guests of W. F. Allen and family, over Sunday. The oyster suppcr under the auspices ofthe Baptist aid society was a success, the proceeds being $16.30. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rause were called to Saline, Friday, to attend the funeral of their brother-in-law, Mr. Eddy. Potatoes are cheap in Milan, 25 ets. per bushel. Eggs are 21 ets. per dozen and butter, 21 ets. per yound. The funeral of A. Sloan, who was killed at Ypsilanti, was held at the Londón church, Monday afternoon, Rev. J. Huntington officiating. Thanksgiving is near at ïand. ünion services wlll be held at the M. E. church, Rev. Mr. Swindt, the Presbyterian pastor, deüvering the sermón.