Mrs. O. A. Kelley is on the sick list. Mrs. Cole is entertalning her father from Whittaker. Miss Belle ïripp is visiting lier sister Mrs. Ford at Tien ton. TbeMilan library is to be re-cataloguert 011 aceo.unt of i nevv supply of books. H. Knight has put in a nevv stock of groceries and wi)l soon be ready for calis. Mrs. Webb Blackmer has returned fioin a protracted visit at Tower City, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Clark entertained guests from Mooreville the fust of the week. F. II i 11 left for Florida the last of the week. He intends spending the summer ihere. Mesdames Hack and Blackmer returned from their Trenton visit the last of the week. Miss Bertha Blackmer is ill with the grip at the home of her sister, Mr?. Farmer, of Toledo. Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong, from Ypsilanti, were the guests of Miss Palmer and Mrs. Clark, the last of the week. The Milan Leader of Maren 5 had a very flne cut of Prof. C. II. Carrick, candidate for school commi.ssjoner in Moriroe coúiíty. Kev. D. Q. Barry, the evangelist and Rev. E. N. öonek held aii all day meeting at the Baptist ehurch Tuesday. It was well attended. Rev. J. P. Hutchinson, of Ann Arbor, was able to fill his pulpit at the Presbyterian ehurch both Sunday morning and evening. The Presbyterian ladiea held their tea social at Mrs. Tripp's residence on VV. Main st.. Tuesday afternoon. All had an enjoyable time. Business is good in Milan. So McKinley people say. It is a case of "I told yon so." [Send some of it over to Ann Arbor, please. - Ed.] Prof. W. N. Lister, candidate for school commissioner on the republican ticket in Washtenaw eounty, visited Milan the last of the week. Yesterday there was an all day revival meeting at the York Baptist ehurch conducted by Evangelist Barry and Kev. R. N. Bouck. Rev. Mr. Van Kirk, pastor of the Ypsilanti Baptist ehurch, assisted Rev. E. N. Bouck in his revival work during the week, returning to his home in Ypsilanti Saturday afternoon. Prof . A. D. DcWitt, of Dexter. candidate for school commissioner on the democratie ticket was In town Satui day looking over the ground. He was accompanied by Prof. C. M. Fuller, of Mooreville. The village election is over and the people's ticket was elected clear through as follows: President, Chas. Wilson; clerk, Milton W. Hitchcock; treasurer, Milton H. Hack; assessor, Nelson Rice; trustees, Chas. Gauntlett, D. W. Hitchcock and C. M. Blackmer.