Business is good in progressive Milán. Miss May Bell is teaching school at Azalia. There are 31 non-residents in the Milan school. The M. E. society are holding revival meetings. Dr. Q. W. Chapman has retnrned to Chicago, 111. The W. C. T. ü. met at Mrs. Vincent's last week. Bom, to Mr. andjjMrs. Morris üay a daughter, Jan. 11. Miss Hattie Woolcott retnrned to Ypsilanti Monday morning. Eev. E. N. Bouok preached a fine sermón Sunday evening. Little Blanobe Farrington gave a tea party Satnrday afternoon. C. H. Kelsey and family have retnrned from tbeir Detroit visifc. Snow feil Monday night, but not quite enongb to make it good sleighing. Riohard Ganntlett, of Detroit, is the gnest of his son, Pred Gauntlett and family. Tbe S. N. C. N. G. A. met at Mra Henry Hacks', Saturday eveuing. All had a very enjoyable time. The Eleotric Belt Co. left Milan Monday morning after a two weeks' engagement at the opera honse. The Presbyterian tea social was held Tuesday afternoon at, tbe resideuce of Dr. and Mrs. Mesio, on E. Maiu st. W. N. Ferris will lecture at the opera house Jau. 22, nnder the auspices of the Miian high school iyceam association. Died, .at her residence on Hurd ut, Friday, Jan. 8, of dropsy, Mrs. R. Lewis. Funeral services were held at the M. E. chnroh Sunrlay afternoon, Bev. M. Jones ofiiciaticg. The L. O. T. M. had a public installation Friday evening witb a pleasing program. The floor work was fine and tbe officers were iustalled by-Depnty Great Lady Cominander H. Hitchcock.