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Starr Voght has returned to Detroit. C. M. Fuller spent Sunday with Milan friends. Mrs. Ward is doing the World's Fair this week. Mrs. M. Day is entertaining guests from out of town. Mrs. Eldredge has returned from her Chicago sojourn. Otto Bennet, of Ann Arbor, called on Milan friends Sunday. T. Barnes, of Dundee, called on his Milan friends Sunday. Mrs. Allie Putman ana son are visiting friends at Farmington. Mrs. J. Foster, of Chelsea, was in Milan on business last week. Mrs. L. Hathaway, of Detroit, visited Milan friends last week. Mrs. Mell Barnes and son are visiting relatives at Quincy, Mich. The W. C. T. U. will meet at the Baptist church Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ford have returned from their Ypsilanti tour. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Whitmarsh and daughter drove to Ypsilanti Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. Sill attended the Saline school alumni meeting last week. Weather fine, people good natured and everything is lovely in this vicinity. Geo. Heath will leave for Detroit this week, where he has a situation in a drug store. Dr. and Mrs. Gauntlett, and children, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Gauntlett. Dr. Potter, of Sherwood, Ohio, was the guest of his mother, Bernap, last week. Mrs. J. Bunce and Mrs. H. Putman are visiting friends at Byron and Grand Rapids. W. E. Sprague, of Chicago, was the guest of his sister, Mrs. G. R. Williams, Tuesday. Mr. Joseph Gauntlett has been appointed postmaster in place of Mr. Robison, resigned. Wabash street has its share of afflictions in the shape of mumps, diphtheria and measles. Mrs. Wilmer Butler, of Detroit, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wilson, for a few days. A. E. Putman has gone to Chicago on his wheel. He will do the World's Fair before he returns. Wm. Woolcott and sisters left for Maple Ridge last week, where they will visit friends for a few days. Married, June 22d, at Ann Arbor, Mr. Charles Woolcott and Miss Julia McMannus, both of Milan. The Misses Kingsley, who hae been visiting their aunt, Mrs. Chapin, left for western Michigan Tuesday. The M. E. society will hold an ice cream social at Mr. A. Mclntyre's, at Mooreville, Wednesday evening. Dr. Messic and son started for the northefn part of the state on a visiting tour. They will make the trip on their wheels. The Baptist ladies met at Mrs. Charles Patterson's residence on. Wednesday afternoon to do some fair work. Dr. Moyer, a U. of M. senior dental student, will take charge of Dr. Calhoun's office while the Doctor is enjoying a tour to the western coast. Rev. Mr. Williams and wife, of St. Francis, Kansas, assisted by Rev. Mr. Austin and wife, of Milan, are holding street meetings in front of the postoffice every evening. Milan will not indulge in a genu4th of July celebration this year. There may be a few side issues that will show that there is a faint spark of the old patriotic spirit still in existence. The school board have elected the following teachers for the ensuing year: Principal, Prof. Dennison; Assistants, Miss Ella Murry, Miss Daly, Miss Abbott. There are two more teachers to be hired before the corps is f uil. The Milan Cornet Band gave Mr. Chas. Woolcott and bride a fine serenade Friday evening, playing some very beautiful selections, after which they presented the happy couple with a beautiful present as a token of their esteem.