Mr. Chas. Throop is on the sick ist. Mr. J. A. Ford is doing the World's Fair. Bom to W. R. Smith and wife a son, August ji. Mrs. House has returned from íier visiting tour. School opened here on Monday with a good attendance. Mrs. J. A. Ford is visiting friends in the county, this week. Albert Steidle is at home visiting his parents for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Mamalsky and family are away on a visiting tour. Mrs. Wm. Woolcott is entertaining a sister from Maple Grove. Mrs. Chas. Clark, who has been seriously ill, is now cohvalescent. Mrs. C. M. Fuller is visiting relatives in Ann Arbor for a few weeks. Miss M. A. Palmer gave Detroit a business cali the last of the week. Miss Eva Woolco.tt, of Ypsilanti, is visiting Milán relatives for a few days. Milan First Nine played at Tecumseh, Tuesday, with Tecumseh's nine. Miss May Reynolds, of Detroit, is visiting Milan friends for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Mell Barnes anc son are visiting friends in Quincy Mich. Miss M. Davidson, of Ypsilanti, is the guest of Miss Julia King for a few days. Mesdames Hinckley and Stimpson Hitchcock gave Tecumseh a cali Tuesday. Mrs. Whitmarsh and daughter re:urned from their Inkster visit on Saturday. Mrs. Chas. Schmitt entertained guests from out of town the last of Lhe week. Messrs. Easterley and Whitehead ïave both been seriously ill, but are now convalescent. Mr. and Mrs. Thurlow Blackmer and son returned Thursday from their Toledo visit. William Needham is moving his jakery into the Newcomb block on Vlain street, this week. Miss Grace Luxton returned on Wednesday from a three weeks' vist with Adrián relatives. Word reached Milan this week that Mr. Chas. Gauntlett had sold the famous Coraloid at Chicago. The Christian Temperance Union ïeld very interesting services at the Presbyterian church on Thursday evening. The Presbyterian ladies'hold their tea social at Mrs. Frank Gay's residence on County street, Tuesday afternoon. The Milan First Nine played a game with the Adrián Pearls, in Milan, Saturday, the score being 16 to S in favor of Milan. Mrs. Andrews, of New York, and Mrs. L. C. Goodrich and son, of Ann Arbor, were the guests of Mrs. G. R. Williams last week. Rev. Geo. Sloan and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Kelley and daughter, Mrs. Hack and Mina, returned Thursday from the AVhite City. Improvements in Milan areplentyi. Charles Pullen is building a new barn on his premises on Wilcox street; George Taylor is building a new barn on his lot on County street; Arba Andrews commences this week to make ready for building a new house on his lot on Hurd street; Mr. Gay has a new walk in front of his house on Main street; and there are many more improvements in our progressive village.