Mi-s. Alma Allen i? on the sick list. W. K. Xeedham attencled the Adrián s'DUrfl a regular öiet in Progres. Mrs. EmraaDexterisvisitingfriends in bratiot county. Dr. and Mrs. Calhoun have returned trom their Adrián trip. T. T. Lacy, of Toledo, gave his Milan f nends a cali the last of the week. The D. of R. will indulge in a dinner at the I. O. O. F. hall, Wednesday. Mrs. Seafred, of Detroit, is the guest ut Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sill for a few weeks. G. W. Sly, of Detroit, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Dexter the last of the week. Mrs. Eva Woolcott is entertaining her sister, Mrs. Shannon, of Detroit, this week. Mr. and Mrs. James Gauntlett are entertaining their son J. Gauntlett, of Traverse City. Mr. and Mrs. E. Morgan have moved from the Sill block into E. Easterley's house on First st. Mrs. Warner, of the ridge, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Fuller Dexter, the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Butler have returned to Detroit after a pleasant visit with relatives. Mrs. C. Chapin returned Wednesday evening from a five .weeks' visit with her sister at Petoskey. Miss Bessie B.rown, of Ann Arbor, was the guest óf Miss Lelia Kelley, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rouse are visiting Mr. and Mrs. ütto Bennett, of Ann Arbor, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hack will move to W. H. Hack's farm on County st., in the near future. Dr. Pyle has one of the lovely homes of Milán and he has lately been embellishing it iili paint. Josiah Dexitr lias greatly improved his home, of Dexter and Hurd sts., with a mat of paint. The M. E. ladies will hold their monthly tea social at the residence of Mrs. Emma Halstead, today. . Mr. and Mrs. F. Guy have moved out of Mrs. A. Smith's house on W. Main st. into rooms in the Callis block. Mesdames Kelly and Williams were the guests of Mrs. C. M. Fuller, at Mooreville, the last of the week. Rev. F. O. Jones will remain in Milan another jear and the M. E. society gave him a fine reception at the parsonage Tuesday evening. The Christian Endeavor rally at the Presbyterian church was a success both morning and evening. It was greatly regretted that Rev. J. P. Hutchinson was unable to be present.