.Little Deo Isiacknier is (imte ïll. ïïm. Whaley jr., is seriously il] with typhoid fever. S. Deun, of Aun Arbor, ;ave Milán a cali, Tuesday. Mis. F. Trussëll lias returned froni lier Jackson visit. Mvs. IÍ. Knight and dauRhter are doing th White City, this weck. Mrs. Travers, of Ypsilanti, visited friends liere tlie first of the week. TI. Sill and wife entertained guests i'rom out of tcdwn the first of the week. Chas. Sill and family moved mto their house on East Main street Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Roiisr are entertaining friends from Manchester and Saline. Mr. Ilolcomb, of Detroit, was the guest of his cousin A. Holcomb, over Sunday. Mrs. Blum and Mrs. Case and daughter, of Stoney Creek, visited Milán people Monday. House cleaning has arrived in Milan so cross words and sour looks are quite the rage at present. Mr. Frank Andrus and wife, of Stoney Creek, moved into Mrs. Bements house on County street. Mrs. J. Sprague, of Arm Arbor, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. G. K. Williams for a few weeks. Dr. Bennet Chapin, of Grass Lake, was the guest of his brother, Dr. S. Chapin, and sister, Mrs. J. O. Ilarper, Monday. The Ladies' Airl Society of the M. E. church wil] hold their tea social at the residence of Mrs. J. Steidle, on E. Main street, Wednesday afternoon. Several of the ladies met Tuesday afternoon ut Mrs. Eldredge's aml urgánized h Chautauqua Circle. ïhey will give the work a short trial and see what the interest is before venturing on an extensive line of work. The Baptist ladies held their Harvest Fair and Festival, Friday and Saturday, but owing to the inclement weather there were but few in attendance, and the ladies have eoneluded to repeat it Saturday afternoon and evening of this week.