Prof. and JVlrs. C. M. Puller are moving to Mooreville this week, where he will take cbarge of tbe schools the first ofSepteinber. Mr. and Mrs. Gray and Miss Liza Dexter, of Ypsilanti, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Haoks Satnrday and Sunday. Mrs. O. A. Kelley and daughter returned the -flrst of the week f rorn their Lake Side outing. Mr. and Mrs. S. Egner and Miss Mead and brother have returned from their fishing tour. Mrs. Webster, of Allegan, is visiting her motber, Mrs. Taylor. Miss Flossie Chapín is visiting friends in Owosso. Mrs. E. Farrington, of East Main street, is eutertaining guests from abroad. Mr. Amos Wisdom is visiting his daughter Mrs. R. H. Osteomdio at Monroe city this week. Mrs. Quirk and daughter entertained guests from out of town Sunday. Rev. M. H. McMahon and wife drove through to Chelsea Tuesday to attend the Epworth league convention. Miss Alice McMahon and Miss Eva Smith went to Chelsea Tuesday as delegates from Milan to attend the Epworth league convention. Mrs. George Talyor entertained friends from out of town Suuday. Mr. and Mrs E. Hinkly attended the grove meeting at Dundee Sunday. A large numbar of Milanites went to Dundee Sunday ,to attend H. O. Wills' grove meeting. Messrs. Pearce and Kirtland, of the Wills quartette, visited Milan Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Watts of Ann Arbor spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Whitmarsh. Dr. and Mrs. Luxton and Charlie were the guests of Rev. and Mrs. Mead at Mooreville Monday. H. Staunard, of Dexter, gave his cousins, Atty. and Mrs. G. R. Williams, a cali Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Guy are taking an outing at St Louis, Mich. Mr. Chas. Gauntlett's new well is down 120 f eet and still no water. H. O. Wills and wife, of Detroit, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Case Tuesday C. Reeves, of Detroit, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. Sill the last of the week. Chas. Woolcot, of Ann Arbor, was the guest of his mother, Mrs. Wooloot, of County street. A cyclone in the shape of prohibitiou words were blown from the mouth of Hou. M. V. B. Beuuett, of Kansas, Friday afteruoon, all over Mr. Hicks' grove. The orator was an able speaker, handled his subject well -when he talked on the prohibition track, but he forgot himself and cloth far enough to be abnsive aud personal. When he slung mud at the G. O. P. that was expected and was part of his thunder, but to cali out a single person in the audience and abuse him was disgnsting to any refined audience, aud we are sorry to have to say that this was done to quite an extent; and if it faüed to hurt the cause in a political sense it certainly marked the speaker as being ungentlemanly and rude.