C. M. Puller's school closes next week. C. II. Kelsey will erect a new house this gijmmer. Mre. Crandli has re urned trom her St. Johns visit. Quici i lot oJ buildings going up in Milan tliis Bummer. Several new sidewalka in town glve the place a neat look. William WhitmarBh visited Anu Arbor on business, Monday. Commencement exerclsea at the opora house, Tuesday, June 16. Anson Fuller, of Minneapolis, Minn., is the guesi oí hls son, C. M. Fuller. The Milán cornal baiul will have in Ice cream social this werk Frlday. Mrs. Charlee Ganntlett and daughter Cecil are visiting friends in Detroit. H. Hooker and family moved into Mrs. Bennett's house on County rtreet, I-'ida v . Francia Hill and tamily are movlng into Kobert Lamkln'a house on County streel . Mrs. Blinn and Rev. S. Gilchriese and wlfe lelt fro Aun Arbor Tueeday morniii Rev. Gilchriese and famlly of Cass City are the guests of Mrs. P. A. Blinn for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Barnes, of Quincy, Mlch., spent Snnday and Monday with thoir son, Mell Barnes, and famlly. Mr. AVhitmarsh is making preparations to build his new store and oxpects to liave it completed by the niiddle of August. James (íauntlett, of Bllsafleld, has leased Mr. Whitmarsh's new store for ten years and will put in a fine stock OÍ f?oids the last of August. Prof. B. Walker did not ascend in his balloon as advertised Saturday or Monday owing to the balloon taking fire both times. He will try again next week and come down with a parachute teap i f all goes well. Miss Satie Speer has gone to visit relatives at Rives Junction.