Mrs. M. Walláee is convalescnnt. ïhe Milau school is in a flourishing jondition. Mrs. C. M. Fuller is visiting friends n Ann Arbor. Mrs Luxtoa entertained guests the ast of the week. Severa! of tlie Milau people visited Ypsilauti last week. O. A. Kelley visited Adrián on business, the last of the week. Mrs. Frank Leonard entertained guests froin Anti Arbor, Sunday. Mrs. Belle Taylor is visiting her mother, on County street, for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Nordman are entertaining guests froin out of towu this week. Mr. and Mrs. Debenhans entertained guests froaa abroad tlie last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. W. Babcock entertained guests frora the country the flrst of the week. The Milan market is all right. Eggs are 12c a dozen, bntter 16c a pound, lard 14c a pound. Several of the Milanites attended the entertainment at the Ann Arbor ÜDera house. Mondav eveniiiir. Albert Steidle is at home for a few days before going to the R. R. hospital at Peace, where he goes for treatment. Eev. J. Ward Stone, the pastor of the Milan Baptist church, preached fine sercnons both morning and eveuing at the Baptist church. The roads in this vicinity are in a fine condition and the farmers are taking advantage of theui to market logs, wood, wheat and pork. Ttve revival meetings are still having good success. Over ;t h undred converts are couuted as the fruits of the labor for the past few weeks in Milan. Rev. N. Smith, will render his farnous "Miff Tree" at the Baptist church Priday evening. Rev. Smith comes well recommendet!, and a f uil house is expected. Mrs. Dr. Palmer died at her home on Main street, Sunday evening February 4. She was over 80 years of age. She leaves three daughters and many sincere friends to mourn her loss.