J. C. Rause visited Detroit, Tuesday. There are several cases of typhcid fever ia town. Will Woolcott has returned from his Jackson trip. Mrs. E. Shannon, of Jackson, is visiting Milan relatives this week. A. Ball, who has been very ill with typhoid fever is convalescent. The thermometer is 95 in. the shade. Very good for Fall weather. Mrs. Chas. Case and daughter are the guests of Mrs. Blinn, this week. The Baptist ladies will hold their annual fair the 2nd and 3ra of October. Miss N. Simpson went to Detroit the last of the week after new millinery goods. Homer Sill and family will move into Mrs. Blinn's house on E. Main street, this winter. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hinckley spent Friday and Saturday visiting friends in Ypsilanti. Wm. H. Whitmarsh went to Detroit and Toledo after new goods the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Zimmerman are entertaining guests from Jamestown, Ohio, this week. Wm. H. Whitmarsh has a new walk in front of his new store on Main and River streets. The Women's Relief Corps will indulge in a New England supper the first Wednesday ie October. The members of the M. E. church will give Rev. Geo. E. Sloan a fine reception on his return to Milan. Mrs. Blinn will spend the winter in Deerfield. Miss Lena and Master Lester will keep her company. James Gauntlett is in his new store. There is a fine display of fine goods and the opening Saturpay was well attended. Geo. Chapón, who has been at Monrovia, África, is about to return there and will hold a Monrovia missionary meating at the rink Wednesday evening. There will be several of the T. M. Penticost band present. All are invited to attend the evening of the 23rd of September.