Mrs. L. Wilcox is quite 11. The Milan. school is in a flourishing condition. Mrs. Pinkham spent Friday and Saturday in Ann Arbor. Miss Nettie Palmer has a lovely stack of millinery this fall. Mr. A. Holcomb and family have moved near the Union church. Mrs. Pyle entertained a few of her friends with an afternoon tea Tuesday. Rain, wind and mud are on the weather program for the last few days. Mrs. Thompsen's mother and sister, from Quincy, Mich., are spending a few days with her. Methodist tea social at the residence of Mrs. Wallace, Wednesday a.ternoon. .VJrs. Dr. Harpar and Mrs. jay Huntington left for Ann Arbor, Thursday morning. Rev. J. Huntington is spending the week at Ann Arbor, attending the Baptist convention. Mr. Ralph Hansor moved from County street to Front street, into Mrs. Davis' house, Tuesday. Ihe pie and coffee social at the residence of Moses Edwards last week was a very enjoyable affair. The Baptists give ihe first musicale of the season at the reidfnce of Mrs. Whitmarsh next week, Friday. Mrs. G. R. Williams spent a number of days visiting her parents in Ann Arbor,Mr. and Mrs. J. Sprague. Attorney E. P. Allen, of Vpsilanti, gave his Milán friends a cu I Wednesday. He is looking hale and hearty.