Mrs. A. Taylor is on the sick list. Mrs. A. Smith visited Ann Arbor, Saturday. Dr. Calhoun is seriously ill with rheumatism. The wheat and wool market are slow this week. School commenced Monday with a full attendance. Mrs. J. H. Fuller spent the day with Milan friends. Mrs. Wilbur returned to her home in Quincy, Monday. Miss Millie Hitchcock is teaching school at Whittaker. Miss Julia King left for Chattanooga, Tenn., Monday. J. C. Rouse returned from his Ann Arbor visit Tuesd&y. Misses Hattie and Eva Woolcott have returned to Ypsilanti. Mrs. F. A. Blinn returned froni Cheboygan, Wednesday. Prof. Dennison, of Ypsilanti, returned to Milan, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Jackson entertained guests at tea, Friday. Several of the Milan people went to the Ypsilanti fair Tuesday. Miss Gracia McGregor has returned from her Ypsilanti visit. Mr. and Mrs. F. Hill have returr.ed from their Alma sojourn. Mrs. E. Hinkley entertained her brother from Belleville last week. Mrs. Chapin returned from her Grand Rapids visit, Saturday. H. Fulcher and wife have moved into their house on East Main street. Claude and Flossie Chapin returned from their üwosso visit, Saturday H. Hooker and wife have moved into the rooms over Qlark's store on Main street. Mesdames Donaldson, Daggatt and Rice, of Saline, were the guests of J. C. Roose and wife, Friday. Mrs. J. Sprague returned to her home in Ann Arbor, Saturday, after a four week's sojournwithher daughter, Mrs. G. R. Williams. The musicale Wednesday evening at Mrs. Whitmarsh's residence, under the auspices of the Y. P. S. C. E., was well attended, and the programme was well selected and finely rendered.