Arthur Delaforce and wife have moved into their new house on the corner of First and Ohurch streets. J. C. Rouse has returned from his visitiug tour. Mrs. Kelly returned from her Detroit sojourn. E. A. Reynolds, o Detroit, spent a couple of days in Milan last week. A. B. Smith visited Toledo last week. Dr. J. C. Harper visiterl Toledo and Detroit a few days ago, on business. Milan merchants are cutting rates and uow is the time to buy. Pedestrian boarders are numerous in Milan for the last few days. Mrs. T. T. Lacy is quite ill nith paralysis. Mía F. O. Pullen haa returned dom j her mr. Chas Gauntlett and wife v.ül soon move into tbéir ut-vv líouse un West Main stivet. Mrs. J. O. üeck gave Milan a cali 1 it Tuesday. Democratie speeches by O. r. Stevenson aiid F. G. Gtn;pbel), Vednesday evebing of this wetk at Gay's optra house. Squire Doyle has retuined f ram his eastern visit. Mr. Jessie 13. ('ollum wil! entertin a Milán audience witü a [graphupbune concert ïuesday and Wwtnesday evenings. luider the auspicea of the Ciinstian Endeavor Society. Baptist ladies will bold Iheir Fair this week Priday and Saturday and a chicken pie supper. Who eau resist the supper? It is bnt fair to say that il) is fair in cburch aifairs, chicken and all. Bev. .( Swimlt and family ire entertáiiiing Mr. Jones and their sou, Joe Swiiiijt, trom Olivet college i ir a few dajs. Frank Swindt hss retumed from his easteni trip. Lake Ridece vs. Milán, Saturday. The M. E. Ladies will hold their tea social at Mrs. nncent"s residence on E. Main street, Wednesday at'ternoon, Oct. 17. Mis. Chapín returned Saturday f rom her Graml Bapids visit.