Delmer E. Croft opens the M. H. S. L. C, Saturday evening. Dec. i), at the opera house. As he is a very popular; eloquent Speaker, hü wül doubtless draw a full house. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Stimpson drove to Saline, Saturday, to see her brother, Wm. Jackson, who is seriously ill, and but little hopes are enlertained for his recovery. He had his left arm arnputated a few days ago and has been growing weaker ever since tho operation. Dr. Martin and assistant were down frora Ann Arbor, Saturday, to perform a surgical operation on Miss Bell Jacobs, wh,o hves east of Milan. "Electric lights!" is the cry of the Milanites, and war is imminent. The O. E. S. had a very interesting meeting, Tuesday evening. Mrs. Chas. Sill is on the siok list. Mr. and Mrs. S. Draper, who were married Nov. 29, are home to their friends on West Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Taylor are in the Marble cottage on Dexter street. Mr. Russell, of Lake Ridge, has rented the Bennett cottage on Countv street. Mrs. Bennett, of Williamston, is the guest of her brother, J. Dexter, of Ilurd street. The national social, under the a us pices of the O. E. S., was a success. Editor Ilousman and wife entertained Mr. and Mrs. E. Case to a turkey eat. Miss K. Lamb, of Tecumseh, was the guest of Mrs. K. Barnes the last of the week. Wm. Eeeves has built a fine new aarn back of his home on East Main street. Miss Atta Krause is on the sick list. Mrs. D. C. Steever left the first of the week for Durand, where she will visit her daughter, Mrs. Roland, tor a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Webb Blackmer and Bertha and Wane returned Saturday from a íour days' visit with S. T. Blaekmer and family at Fowlerville. Claud Chapin was the guest of Rev. Carrick and family at Feuton the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs L. Gilbert's guests ïave returned 10 their home in Fowlerville. Mrs. Dyke is visiting friends in Oakville. Miss Mae Alderman left for Mount Clemens, Sunday inoruing. The Baptist ladies will hold their ea social at Mrs. J. C. Rouse's resiidence on County street, Wednesday. A capitalist would do well to come o Milan and put up a few houses to ent. Dr. S. Chapin was in Ann Arborthis week Wednesday. O Case is visiting his son in Detroit ror a few weeks. Miss Grace Debenham, of the U. of A., returned to Ann Arbor, Monday. Not an empty house in Milan and a great demand for cottages to rent.