Mr. Chas. Siil is on the sick list. Mr. S. Furman was in town last week. Cherries are in the market for 12 cents per quart. Mr. Crandel visited friends in the country last week. 1 Mrs. J. L. Marble has returned from her Ohio visit. The Milan Cornet Band played at Saline on the fourth. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Pullin, June 2ist, a daughter. Mrs. Ward returned Saturday from her Chicago trip. Mrs. Dunning entertained guests from Detroit last week. Mrs. Grace Hitchcock has returned from her Toledo visit. Miss May Bell's school closed Friday in the Lee district. Will Dent is the guest of his sister Mrs. Frank Guy for a few days. Mrs. W. H. Whitmarsh spent Wednesday with Detroit friends. Prof. Geo. Dennison, of Ypsilanti, spent Sunday with Milan friends. J. C. Rouse left Monday for a weeK's sojourn on his farm in Lodi. The W. R. C. served ice cream at Blackmer's Block, Saturday evening. Miss Maud Reynolds, of Detroit, is visiting Milan friends for a few days. Mr. Dyke and daughter entertained guests from Oakville last week. Mrs. Maud Minto returned from íer Vernon sojourn the last of the week. Otto Bennet and wife, of Ann rbor, are visiting friends near Milan. There are three cases of diphtheria in R. Johnson's family on Wabash street. Mrs. E. Blackmer and Mrs. Webb ïave returned from a week's visit in Toledo. Will King, of Cleveland, O., is he guest of his sister, Mrs. Nellie Whaley. Mr. Charles Woolcott and wife are visiting friends in Ann Arbor, this week. Mrs. Browning, of Erie, Pa., is :he guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. T. Rouse. Mr. Ernest Throop, of Fenton, is visiting his parents near Milan for a few days. Miss Hatte Woolcott, of Ypsilanti, is visiting her mother on County street, for a week. Charles Sill has over So chickens hatched in an incubator. They are a lively lot of birds. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Kelley entertained James Kelley, of Detroit, a few days last week. Mr. W. E. Sprague, of Chicago, was the guest of his sister, Mrs. G. R. Williams, Tuesday. Mrs. M. Webb, of Saline, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Blackmer, for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Minto and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Patterson spent the Fourth at Whitmore lake. Mrs. Kingsley has purchased Mr. Olcott's house and lot on the corner of Church and First streets. Miss Nina Hack and Miss Imo Whitmarsh have returned from their week's visit with Ypsilanti friends. Milan had the appearance of the deserted village on the fourth. Dundee and Saline seemed to have the attractions. Rev. J. Swindt and son, Master Bruce Pullin and Allen Alderman are doing the Columbian Exposition this week.