Rev. E. Yager spent Friday in De troit. Mrs. F. Wilson is visiting friends in Detroit. Bom, to V. Doyle and wife, a son Oct. 14. L. Ilenion, of Ann Arbor, gave ua a cali Monday. Dr. J. C. Uarper spent Thursday and Friday in Detroit. The Baptist chnrch netted $50 at their fair and festival. BW. II. Wbitmarsh and family left c the White City this week. The W. C. T. U. will meet at the Presbyterian cliurch this Thursday. Charles Johnson, of the U. of M., spent Saturday and Suuday here. II. J. Zimmerman and wife entertained guests froui Dayton, Ohio, last week. A. Day and wife, of Ypsilanti, were ;he guests of their son, Morris Day ast week. The Milan M. E. chnrch is now a charge by jtself, with Rev E. Yager as its pastor. D. Jerimy and familv have moved into rooms over Justice Doyle's office, ou Main street. J. C. House and Dr. S. Chapin attetided the Baptist uhurch at Saline Sunday evening. D. C. Hafford and family, of Manistique, are visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity. Mrs. Edith Beunett, of Fort Dodge, Iovva, is the gnest of her sister, Mrs. IL Hack, for a few days. H. C. Markham and wife, of Ann Arbor, were the guests of Attorney G. R. Williams and family, Sunday. B. F. Watts and wife and W. W. Watts and wife. of Ann Arbor, spent Sunday with W. H. Whitmarsh and iamily. L. Hulburt and family, of Manchester, and Ransom Rouse and family, of Saline, were the guests of J. C. Rotise and wife last Monday and Tuesday. The Chautauqua Circle have the folio wing offlcers: President, Mrs. W. F. Allen; vice-president, Mrs. Charles Gauinlett; secretary, Mrs. L. Eldridge: treasurer, Miss Clara Allen. The Womeu's Baptist Missionary society, of the Washtenaw association, met at the Baptist church Thursday, with morning and af cernoon sessions. A basket luncheonwas served in the shurch parlors.