Miss L. Curtís is away on a visiting tour. Mr. and Mrs. Milrou spent Tnesday in Detroit. Mrs. Needham is visiting her sister in Adrián. Mr. and Mrs. A. Misdam are visiting in Shepard. School commenced Monday with a good attendanoe. Mrs. R. Harris, of Adrián, is visiting Milan friends. Miss Essie Edwarrls has rotnrned frora her Detroit visit Miss Ida Allen bas an interesting class of pupils in musio. W. Murray returued the last of the week frorn his Detroit trip. Mr. and Mrs. J. Gauntlett have returned from their Dundee visit. Mrs. L, Van Wormer has returned from her summer visit in the west. Qeo. Chandler, who has been ill for several weeks, is now oonvalescent. Mr. and Mrs. E. Blackmer entertained a few friends Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. C. Patterson nave returned froru their sojonrn with Indiana friends. Rev. II. F. Shier and family leave this week for his new charge at West Branch. . Clayton Allen and Walter Amba are attending school in Aun Arbor this fall and winter. Thos. G. McDougal, of Cincinnati, will lecture at the opera house, Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. E. Blackmer and Mr. and Mrs. M. Hack are attending the Adrián l'air. Mrs. Alderman and danghter Mai are iu Aun Arbor for the winter. Mai is in school there. Fall weather has arrived and there seems to be a little coolness between the weather and the citizens of Milau in consequence. Mrs. Mattie Newcombe and son have returned frorn their summer outing muoh improved in health. Several of the Milan high school graduates are attending the State Normal, at Ypsilanti, this year. Rev. J. P. Hvitchinson, of Ann Arbor, had a gem of a poem from his pen in last week's Chicago Record. Editor Smith is in poor health, but his pluck assists him to keep in bis routine of "work and duties with a srniling conntenance. Died, Sept. 18, Wtn. Easterly, at his home on W. Main st. Deceased leaves a wife and several children to rnouru his loss. Funeral services were held at the house Sunday, Rev. J. P Hutchinson officiatiDg. The Milan high school nine are wearing a smile on their regular everyday expreBsions in honor of their victory. Had you heard of it? Wby, they won the baseball championship of Monroe oounty, at the Dundee fair; 16 to 11, in favor of Milan, 'rah, 'rah !