Geo. Gifford visited Detroit Satnrday, School is out for a week 's vacatiou. Mrs. J. Beruap is visiting in Northville this week. Mr. Raukin, of Teournaeb, visited Milau friends Snriday. Mrs. Case, f rom Macón, gave her Milan friends cali Friday. Mrs. R. Brown has returuerl from a winter sojouru iu Detroit. Mrs. Easterly gave Toledo a busiuess cali Monda and Tuesday. Miss Snsie Knight, of Olivet college, is home for a short vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sill entertained guests at tea Satnrday evening. Miss K. Lamb, of Tecniuseh, is the guest of Mrs. K. Burus this week. Miss N. Siinpson is down from Aun Arbor this week attending to business. Dr.and Mrs. Chapín are entertaining Mrs. Hankey, of Petoskey. this week. Mr. and Mrs. Víctor Sayles inoved back onto their farm in Tnbnrg Mouday. t Rev. F. O. Joues preached to a very large audienee botli Snnday moruiug and evening. Mrs. Wilmer Butler and sons, of Detroit, are the guests of Mr. aud Mrs. Chas. Wilsou. Miss Bessie Leach lelt for Cheboygan Saturday - expects to be healed at Ziou of consumption. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Edwards are moviug this vseek into Mrs. Crandle's house on County st. Mrs. Springer, who has beeu visitiug friends in Milán for a few days, left for Detroit Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Woolcott gave a progressive pedro ihe last of the week at tbeir home on Main st. Mrs. J. Calhonn returned Tnesday after a two montbs' visit with frien'Js in Ann Arbor and other places. Mrs. May Hack lett for Chicago Wgdnesday, vvhere she vvill visit Zion ander the management of Dr. Dewey Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Lacy, and dangh ter. of Toledo, were the guests of Mr and Mrs. James Gauntlett Friday ant Saturday. J3bn Lockwood aud family ar moving into the Palmer honse 01 Toledo st wbere he intends running first class hotel. Prof. aud Mrs. C. M. Fuller and Uittle Hazel. left for their home in Salem Saturday after a three weeks visit with Mrs. Fuller's parents, Mr and Mrs. G. R. Williams. The York republicans have nomin ated the following ticket : Supervisor Geo. Richards; cíerk, Fred Gauntlett treasnrer, C. Cobb; iustice of the peace W. Robison; highway commissioner M. M. Dillon ; school inspector, F Gillett; board of review, Loni Laugbliu ; vacancy, L. Josenhana. At the democratie caucus in Yor the following ticket was nominated Supervisor, A Mclntyie; clerk, A. E Putman ; treasurer, Geo. Delaforee bighway commissioner, L Wiicox justice of the peace, J. A. Jaekson school inspector, J. Case ; board o leview, D. Throop; constables, H Doty, E. Hale, W. Coe, Eugcuy Dillon Missea Eva Palmer and Alamie Mesi gave a musical Satnrday eveniug a the residence of Miss Palmer on Main st. Tile instrumental selectipns were fine and exceedingly well exeented. jS'umbers were giveu by Misses Eva Palmer, Mamie Mesic and Mary Belle Sill pleased the audience, who, after the iuteresting program, were served with dainty refreshments. ïhis is the first musical of the seasou iu progressive Milau. .