Gardens show the effect of the reeen raius. Several of the Free Methodists wil attend the Adrián camp-meetiug. Miss Leornora Clark has returned from herjDetroit visit. Rev. Mr. MoKeon, of Chicago, is the guest of Rev. J. Ward Stone and farn iiyMr. and Mrs. Frank Stevens left on Tuesday morning for a drive through Ohio. Miss Alice Robinsoa, of Detroit, is the guest of Miss Ona Clark. Frauk Ross left Monday for a two weeks' outing. Miss Howe is entertaining guests from out the city. Miss N. Sirupson is eutertaiuing guests froru Azalia. Mrs. Thurlow Blackiner and son are visiting friends in Corruna. D. B. Seeley and family have moved into J. M. Putnain's house on First street. Miss Iva Lockwood has returned froru a visit to Monroe. Miss Flossie Chapin leaves this week for a visit vrith Owosso friends. Mrs. A. Ford and daughter, of Trenton, are the guests of her ruother, Mrs Tripp. H. O. Wills and his gospel wagon and quartette lef t f or Dundee Monday where he will hold grove meetings through the week and over Sunday. Attorney G. E. Williams is on the sick list. Frank Gny, wife and son left Tuesday for an outiug in the northern part of the state. Will Dent left Tuesday forjhis home in Ohio. Miss May Bell and Hattie Jacobs have returned from Ann Arbor. The Zukey Lake fishermen have returned to Milan. The ladies of the Eastern Star have an initiation and supper. Mrs. Charles Gauntlet is entertaining guests from Owosso. Misses Mable and Jessie Graham are entertaining guests from Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks, of Jackson, have moved into Mrs. Palmer's house on West Main streef. Mr. and Mrs. Egner, Mamie Mead and Clifford are tenting at Strawberry Lake.