Grand Lecturer A. M. Clark was in Milan Thursday evening. The Eastern Star ladies will hold their social and banqueé in the parlors and banquet hall of the I. O. O. F., Thursday evenng. g Mrs. Crandle is entertainiug a niece trom Adrián. Rev. Mr. Northrupe, of Ypsilanti, pieached at the Baptist churoh Sunday evening. Rev. Mr. Armstroug, of Moiiroe city, preached in the evening. The W. C. T. U. ladies held a temperanoe meeting at the Presbyterian church Snnday eveuiug. Rev. Mr. Hutchinson delivered an able address. The Presbyterian Bazaar was a success, Saturday afternoon and evening. Miss Alice Allen is on the sick list. Mrs. H. A. Vincent entertained guests from Clayton last week. The Flower Qaeen Cantata will be put on the boards in the near future, under the the auspices of the L. O. T. M. School will close Friday for a two weeks' vacation. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Smith reoeutly entertained Mr. H. M. Rays, editor of the Farwell Register, of Farvcell, and Mrs. Rays, of Aun Arbor. The Bpworth League elected the following officers at their last meeting: President, Miss May Bell; Jstvice president, Mr. H. Conlsher; 2nd vice president, Mrs. Maurice Day ; 3rd vice president, Rev. H. F. Shier; 4th vice president, Mrs. Erne Case; secretary, Miss Anna Jacobs; treasurer, Mr. James Morton ; organist, Miss Maud Bell. Eleven of the Kuights of Pythias drove ever to Tecumseh Wednesday evening. All had an enjoyable time. Mrs. P. A. Kelsey, of Tucumseh, is a guest of ber son, Charles Kelsey. Mrs. Roscoe Allen is quite ill. Miss Leonia Clark is visiting her friend, Mis May Robinson, at Detroit this week. Skating on the raging Saline is not what it was a week ago. T. Barnes, who has been quite ill, is out once more. Rev. and Mrs. H. F. Shier are visiting friends in Farmington and Detroit. Xmas is near at hand. The signs and show windows of our enterprising merchants point to the f act. The Ladies' Aid Society of the M. E. church will hold their tea social at Mrs. Chas. Heath's, on West First street, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. F. A. Blims, of Clayton, was the guest of Mrs. G. R. Williams Monday.