Mr. Will Barnes is quite ill: A few more cases of diphtheria in a light form. The Zera show is still in Milán drawing small crowds. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Fuller entertained guests at tea, Monday. Rev. Jay Huntington left for Detroit Tuesday morning on business. Rev. Jay Huntington preachedhis farewell sermón at the Baptist church, Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Barnes, of Quincy, Mich. , are the guests of their son Mili Barnes, for a few days. The horsemen in this vicinity are making great preparations for the i ith of June matinee at the Milán driving park. H. Hack lost a valuable horse Friday, which died from -the effects of a severe wound it received from a barbed wire fence the Tuesday before. The members of the Baptist church, the B. Y. P. U. and the Mission Band and many of the Milán outsiders gave Rev. Jay Huntington and daughter a complete surprise, Monday evening. Mr. A. D. Jackson, in behalf of the people made two very fine presentation speeches, first presenting Rev. J. Huntington with a beautiful gilt tourist's umbrella and secondly he presented Miss Grace with an elegant gold watch and chain. Both jifts were responded to in an interesting manner and all adjourned well pleased with the event.