Warren Lewis is serionsly i 21. Chas. Steidle speut Monday in Detroit. Mrs. Honseinan spent Thursday in Detroit. The Fornni will install their officers this week. Milán bás over 300 pupils enrolled in her schools. Mrs. Neva Capple has returned from her Blissfield visit. W. H. Whitmarsh was ont frons Detroit Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Barnes, of Wabash s. , have moved to Toledo. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Barnes and son are visiting friends in Qnnicy. Drs. Chapin and Pyle and Prof. Carrick are entertaining the grip. Mr. Newerson, of Plyrnouth, has opened a bakery in the Palmer block. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Williams eutertained gnests to tea Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Geo. Eöwards had a Maccabee reception at her home on First st. Priday evening. Mrs. J. Smith is dangerously ill and no hopes are entertained for her recovery. Mr. Patch, of the U. of M. , preached agaiu Sunday morning aud eveuiug at the Baptist church. Frank Bnrt cut one of his legs quite badly Sunday while whittling with au extremely sharp kuife. The Christian Endeavor society will hold a book social at the residence of Mrs. Sayles Friday eveuiug. Mrs. O. Armstrong, of Detroit, is here nursing her mother Mrs. N. Stewart, who is daugerously UI. Circuit Court Cominissioner Williarn Murray, of Anu Arbor, speut Sunday with his parents in Milan. Thee Free Methodist society closed a three days' quarterly laeeting Suuday evening. There were uve ministers from abroad in attendance. The Hive ladies will install their officers Wednesday evening. Mrs. Hinkley, of Northville, will be the installing officer.