Mrs. C. Eogers is seriously il]. Watermelon thieves have struck Milan. These 'are lovely days. The weather is perfect. Chas. Taylor and farnily have moved on to First st. Miss Alan Sill is entertaining guests from Detroit. Miss Porsythe, of Lodi, is the guest of Mrs. Rouse. Whaley fe Co. are shipping crab apples to Chicago. Mrs. 3. H. Ford has retnrned froiB her Chioago trip. The Milan Cornet Band is in great dernand this fall. Mrs. Geo. Taylor is entertaining guests from Detroit. Miss Alma Sill is entertaiaing a friend from Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Patterson are visiting friends in Indiana. Mrs. C. M. Fuller retnrned Sunday from her Ann Arbor visit. E. A. Reynolds, of Detroit, gave his Milan friends a cali Monday. The Bay View visitors will soon return to their respective homes. The work on the new addition to the school house is progressing slowly. Masters Luty and Jay Clark returned Saturday frorn their Mooreville visis. Mr. aud Mrs. W. C. Fuller left Wednesday for their home in Farwell. Mrs. O. A. Kelly, who has been ili for several weeks, is now convalescent. M. A. Palmer and daughter Eva returned frorn Petoskey the last of tbe week. Mr. and Mrs. T. Barnes and sou returned Mouday afternoon from their Qaincy visit. Mrs. H. Sill gave an informal musical at her home, on E. Main st. , Friday afternoon. Mis. ■Wbitmarsh and daughter returned Saturday from their visit with Inkster friends. Mrs. E. W. Mead left the last of the -week to visit her brother, Dr. G. C. Haffard, at Noniah, Delta county. Rev. W. H. Venn, of the Michigan Christian Advocate, preached at the M. E church Sunday morning and evening- Judge J. W. McGrath and Hon. E. W. Greeee will open the canipaign with speeches at the opera house this evening. C. Bronner, sawyer in Mr. Palmer's mili near Maybee, was seriously hurt Tuesday afternoon of last week aud was brought to nis home in Milan. Dr. Mesic is in attendance. The democratio caucus of York township will be held at the Maccabee hall, at York, Sept. 9, for the purpose of electing delegates to attend the democratie county convention to be held at Ann Arbor, Sept. 10, to nomínate candidates for oounty officers. By order of Township Committee, Chairman Joseph Gauntlett. The Milan Presbyterian Sunday school has elected officers for the ensuing year as follows: Superintendent, A. B. Smith; assistant superintendent, Dr. W. R. Calhoun; seoretary, Miss Lillie Smith ; treasurer, Charles Mesic; musical director, W. F. Allen, organist, Miss Stella Ward.