Mrs. G. R. Williams has la grippe. Star Voght, of Detroit, is visiting Milan friends. Mrs. Dr. Chapin and daughter, Flossie, are quite III . Mrs. I. C. Hitchcock, of Alma, is visiting Milan friends. Miss K. Knight returned from her Ypsilanti visit Friday. A number of the Milanites attended Rhea at Ann Arbor, Friday. Mrs. F. A. Blinn and daughter, Leena, visited Ann Arbor, Tuesday. The Presbyterians took twenty new members into their church Sunday morning. The Baptist social wtll be held at Mrs. J. C. Rause's residence, on County street, Wednesday afternoon. David Wardel dropped dead Friday a. m. at the Wabash depot without a moment's warning. Heart failure caused by fatty degeneration of the heart was the cause. Attorney G. R. Williams says he never enjoyed army rations any better than recently, he having just received pay for those his Únele Samuel failed to supply him with while he was a prisoner of war in 1862. The attorney,by his successful prosecution of war claims, is liable to rnake the Stanford scheme a national necessity.