Geo. Minto is at Union City for a few weeks on business. Mrs. Schmitt is entertaining guests from Canada this week. i C. Rause visited his farm in Lodi on Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Hinkley returned from her petroit visit, Saturday afternoon. Six plate glass fronts were put into the Milan stores, Wednesday. Mrs. D. Aylesworth died Saturday, after a long and painful illness. A large number of the Milan people visited the Detroit races, last week. The M. E. Sunday school will take a trip to Whitmore Lake this week. Mrs. Thurlow Blackmer and son are visiting friends in Corunna for a few weeks. Rev. Mr. Arnold preached his farewell sermón at the Baptist church, Sunday. J. Steidle is out on crutches. He has been suffering for several weeks with rheumatism. There were several cases of cholera morbus here last week, but all are recovering finely. Farmers are threshing their wheat in this vicinity. The average is ten bushels to the acre. Miss Nina Hack gave a party, Tuesday evening, in honor of her guests from Morenci. Frank Guy returned home Saturday evening, after a two weeks' business trip away from home. Mrs. E. C. Hinkley entertained her mother from Bellville and a sister from Chicago, Thursday. Mrs. George Taylor lef t for Cleveland, Saturday morning, where she will visit relatives for a few weeks. Miss Flossie Chapin left fcr Weston, Saturday, where she will visit her aunt, Mrs. fierce for a few weeks. Mesdames Whitmarsh, Chapin and Williams visited friends in the country, Tuesday, taking tea with Mrs. Fuller Dexter. .Mrs. Bennet returned to her home at Fort Dodge, Iowa, after a four weeks' visit with relativas here, acrompanied by her nephew, Jimmie Hack. A. E. Putman and E. Hinckley left for Detroit, Thursday, on their bicycles, making the distance, 42 miles, in four hours, which was very well, considering the intense heat.