Abe Hooker is quite ill. ' Attorney tí. R. Williams is seriouslv ill. W. S. Jnckett bas returned from Tledo. 5 Miss Mills, of Aun Arbor, was ia Milan Friday. Mr. Geo. Warner has gone]to Lansiug; for the winter. Dr. A. G. Mesic, -who bas been quite ill, is out agaiu. Mrs. Laughlin left for her home in St. Clair Tuesday. Miss Siinpson, of Ann Arbor, was in Milan on business Saturday. Mr. Pepper visited her soa at the University Hospital Saturday. Mrs. K. Barues entertaiued Mias K. Lamb, of Tecumseh, Saturday. A heavy fall of snow Snnday has made the sleighing ñue in Milau. Mr. and Mra. Geo. Miuto returaed from Vernon the last of the week. Mrs. J. T. Haffard is visiting her son Dr. G. C. Haffard, at Albion. Little Keuneth Macbeth and Tommie Barnes are ill with throat trouble. Rev. G. F. Stevens, of Detroit, will preach at the Union church the 12th. V. C. Salyer and family have moved into Mr. Warner's house on First st. Harry Rogers, of Bay City, is theguest of bis ïiucle Charles Clark and family. There were two candidates taken int f uil membership in the Presbyteriau chnrch Sunday. Floyd Robison, of the Agricultura! College, visited his párente ia Milan the last of the week Kelly & Young have a very fine collection of medallious at the drug stores for Cbristmas presents. The streets are filled with farmers who are taking advautage of the good roads to market wood and logs. Editor W. H. Houseman has moved the Milan Leader office on the south. side of Main st, iuto the Palmer block. Mr. John Btiruham, of Ohio, and Mrs. C. Bartholomew were married at the bride's residence on First st. , Deo. 4, Rev. F. O. Jones officating. A. M. Clark, the grand lecturer, will hold a school of instruction of theF. & A. M., at Milan, Dec. 16. The following lodges are expecting to be in attendance: Monroe, Lambertville, Belleville, Petersburgh, Saliue and Dundee.