Mrs. springer is quitH ut. ' Whooping oongh is taking a rest. November has been shy of sun rays. Mrs. W. E. Ward is on the siok list. Jdrs. Er Palmer is on the convalesceat list. Mrs. Gauntlett bas retnrned from Adü Arbor. Mrs. Stringer, of Inkster. is visiting Milan friends. Bom, Nov. 10, to Prof. and Mrs. Carriok, a sou. MrB. Estber Fuller, of Dexter st., is on tbe sick list. E. A. Reynolds bas retnrned to bis home in Detroit. Miss W. A. Palmer has returned from her Toledo trip. Mrs. MaryWallaoe has retnrned from Battle Creek sanitarium. Mrs. Farrington íb entertaining gnests from out of town. Tbe O. E. S. carnival was a grand Büccess from start to finish. Mr. and Mrs. Ransom Rouse, of Saline, spent Snnday in Milan. Electric lights will soon shine forth in the streets of progressive Milan. Editor and Mrs. A. B. Smith are entertaining gnests from Farmington. Mrs. C. M. Fnller, of Mooieville, gave her Milan friends a oall Satnray. Miss Mills, of Ann Arbor, spent Wednesday and Thnrsday with Mrs. H. Sill. Miss Stella Ward has closed her faH term of sohool and is home on a vacatiOD. Mrs. Wiliknson, of Vernon, is the gnest of ber daugbter Mrs. Minto for a few weeks. MrB. S. Hack has gone to London to ppend the winter with her danghter Mrs. Oetrander. The M. E. ladies will hold their tea social at the residenoe of Mrs. Burchard Wednesday afternoon. The Presbyterian ladies will hold their Sewing Giróle at MibS W. A. Palmer's Tuesday afternoon. The PreBbyterian missionary meeting was very interesting Sunday evening and tbe music was exceedingly fine.