Tha Foresters have afiue society in Milan. John Lockwood has retnrned from Toledo. Cold blows the wind and winter is with us, The msmbants have their holiday goods on display. School commenoed Monday'after the Thauksgiving vaoatiou. The Wilson brothers have retnrned from tbeir Detroit sojourn. Mr. and Mis. Hinkley have retnrued from their Belleville visit. Pedro parties are taking a run at present in progressive Milan. Wm. Wbaley & Sons are shipping oider and viuegar to Chicago. Miss Mattie Sayles is teaohing the Rasinville school this winter. The Baptist and Presbyterians had no services at their churohes Sunday. All we need is confldeuce and presto chauge, we are fed, clothed aud warmed. Mrs. Cooper is very low and fears are entertained that she caunot survive but a few hours. Prof. and Mrs. C. M. Fuller, oí Modrville, were the guests ofMrs. A. Fuller last week. , . _ The roof is nearly.finished on the village hall. It is a good oue - galvanized iron shingles. Rev. J. P. Hutchinson was too ill to fill his pulpit at thePresbyterian ohnrch last Snnday. .. i. Walter Throop, of Detroit, is tbe gnost of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Throop, of Dexter st. F. E. Leonard and family have retarned from their suuataer and fall sojourn in Williamstou. Mrs. Mains and sons , who have been the guests of Mra. A. E. Putman, have returned to their home in Detroit. Mrs. Charles, Clark and her'mother, Mrs. Terry, from Schoolcraft, left Thanksgiving morning for a visit with relatives iu New York state. The Bliss Concert Company, under the auspioies of tbe Milan Lecture Association, gave a oonoert at Gray's opera house, Wednesday eveuing to a eood house.