Prof Demnison has left for his home In YpsilanBI. v Vacation is hre and all are taking a much needed rest. Miss Grace Huotington has returned from her visiting tour. Misa Suele ïfnight is in Detroit Witn her hfcother, tais summer. Home grown cherries and new potatoes are in the market. Rev. Jay Humtington returned Friilny ivoin lus Kalamazoo visit. MaBter Claude Chapín is clerking for James Gauatlett, thia vacation. Mr. Ajnson Fuller returned to his home ín Minneapolis, .Minnesota, Monday. ► Dr. and Mrs. Chapin returned from their Grass Lake visit, Friday afteraoon. Wllliam Whitmarsh has moved his grocery into his store reeently occupied by Dr. Harper. Mr. land Mrs. O. E. Hawkins, of Eaton Rápida, gave thíir Milán [riendas B, visit, last week. Mr. nd (Mrs. C. M. Fuller are the ruesTs of Attorney Williams and family for a lew weeks. The Milan Cornet Band will Indulge in a lawn fete, Friday eveninsr, at Mrs. Wooleott's, on County street. James Gauntlett has moved his dry goods store from West Main street into J. H. Ford's new store on East Main street. Dr. Harper has moved his drug store across the street, imto one of Chas. Gaimtle'tt's stores on West Main Gtr&et. ' Miss Gertie llanson is recovering from her sickness, caused by bi thrown from a carriage, Monday evening.