Miss M. A. Palmer gave Detroit a business cali last week. Mrs. L. Eddy is entertaining her father, Mr. Clarkston, of Detroit, for a few days. Mrs. C. M. Fuller is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. C, H. Markham, at Arm Arbor, for a few weeks. Mr. Otto Bennett, of Arm Arbor, gave hisMi!an friends a cali Monday. Mrs. Barnes, who h&s been visiting her son, Mell Barnes, returned to her home in Quincy, Monday. , Mrs. Smith, of Ann Arbor, and Mrs. Webster of Adrián, were the guests of Mrs. J. C. Harper last week. Mrs. Thurlow Blackmer is on the sick list. Mrs. Melton Hitchcock is quite ill. Mrs. Fred Guy is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Kelsey. Milán has a progressive pedro club which meets every Mondaf evening. Mr. Harwood and wife, of Adrián, were the guests of Mr. Morris Day and wife, Sunday. Mrs. Kelley visited Detroit last week. Mr. 'Hartón and wife, of Nora, were the guests of their daughter, Mrs. F. Andrus, the last of tbe week. Miss Lulu Eddy, entertained the junior league Fiïday evening. The little folks had a jolly time, and all lived happy ever after. Mrs. Cushman a retired missionary froni China lectured at the M. E. ïhursday evening. A snow storm gave Milán a brief cali Saturday, Mr. J. C. Koute spent Sunday in Lodi. The Milán library will be open froin 4 to 6 o'clock Thursday afternoons. Mrs. Cbas. Blackmer entertained guests f rom out of town Monday. Mr. Clifford Gardner, tbe night watchmau of Milan, is a young man noted tor bis bravery. Last Monday nigbt be distinguished bimself by shooting single handed into a gang of five burglars, who were called to halt, but instead started to run. One of the shots must have taken effect as there were drops of blood on the walk over which they ran. The Baptist Missionary society of the Washtenaw Association, met at the Baptist chureh Thursday. Mrs. Carman, the president, was here to preside. There were ten delegates from Ann Arbor, but owing to the inclemency of the weather,there were but few in attendancft. The meeting was a very interesting one, and several interesting papers were read and several fine selections oí music were on the program. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, Mrs. J. C. Rouse, Milan; vicepresident, Mrs. Everett, Chelsea; recording secretary, Mrs. E. Hodge, Ypsilanti; corresponding secretary of home missions. Mr. Sallis, Ann Arbor; corresponding secretary of foreigu missions, Mrs. Ilowe, Ypsilanti; treasurer, Mrs. Lamb, Ann Arbor. The association meets every three months, thus keeping up a deep interest in mission work.