Mr. Crandle is quite íll. Dr. Chapín visited Ann Arbor, Friday. Mr. E. C. Hinkley visited Fenton last week. The thermometor was 90 yesterday in Milan. Miss Jessie Warren left for Chicago, Tuesday. Strawberries sell for 6 ets per quart in Milan. Mr. and Mrs. Watts visited Milan friends Sunday. Mrs. M. House visited Mooreville friends last week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. A. Crolious, a son, June 15H1. Mrs. L. Harris, of Adrián, is visiting Milan friends. Miss C. Mead left for her home Mancelona, last week. Mr. Ira Remmington left for Grand Rapids, Friday. Mrs. L. Clark returned f rom her Ypsilanti visit Tuesday. Mrs. F. A. Blinn left for Cass City, Michigan, Thursday. Miss Julia McMannus left for her home near Milan Monday. Mrs. Larimer left for the Columbian Exposition, last Friday. Mrs. Newcomb and son, of Carlton, are visiting Milan friends. Miss Julia King left Wednesday for a visit among Saline friends. Mr. and Mrs. Olcott have returned from their Bay City visit. Mrs. E. C. Hinkley was very ill last week but is now convalesent. Mr. R. E. Tripp will build a fine residence on West Main street this fall. Mrs. H. Sill and children and Miss Alma Sill visited Saline, Tuesday. The Milán Cornet Band played at the opening of the Saline dinning park. The ice cream social at Mrs. Blackmirs, Saturday evening, was a success. Mrs. Thurlow Blackmer returned fromherCaruannasojourn the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Williams entertained guests from out ortown, last week. The Baptist Missionary Society met at Rev. J. O. Heek, VVednesday afternoon. Mr. Starr Vogt, of Detroit, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Blakeslee for a few days. The W. R. C. ladies will serve ice cream to the patriotic citizens of Milan the .th of July. Mr. Butterfield and daughter, of Tackson, are visiting her parents, Rev. J. Swindt and wife. Mrs. M. Wallace is painting her house on County street. occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Hinckley. Miss Julia King, of Chatanooga, Tenn., is the guest of her mother, Mrs. J. C. Rouse for a few weeks. Mr. R. E. Parshaii has moved from Mrs. Frinds house on County street to a house on Wabasli street. Rev. and Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Krenscher. of St. Francia, Kansas, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bernop this week. Mr. and Mrs. Rause and daughter, j of Saline, and Mr. R. Waterman, of J Ann Arbor, were the guests, Mr. ! and J. C. Rause, over Sunday. The Presbyterian aid society met ' at Mrs. Messic's residence, Tuesday afternoon and elected the following officers. President, Mrs. McGregor; vice-president, Mrs. Tripp; Secretary, Mrs. Julia Gauntlett, assistañt secretary, Mable Wilson; treasurer, Miss Sarah Wilson. The Sth annual commencement exercises at the Milán high school were held in Gays Opera House. The stage was beautifully decorated with flowers and the class colors of '93 which were pinK and green. The orations and essays were very interesting and the music rendered by the celebrated Chequamegons was fine. The house was crowded. It has a seattng capacity of 550 but 800 were crowded in to listen and see the graduating exercises of '93.