Mrs. Wilcox is on the sick hst. The Milan Baptist church is without a pastor. Prof. and Mrs. Chas. Carriok are in Detroit. Miss Mae Alderioan is home from Yrjsilanti. W. F. Stimpsoa, of Detroit, speut Sunday in Milau. Prof. C. M. Fuller has a class in shorthand at Azalia. A. E. Putman and soü have retnrned from their Homer visit. Kev. F. O. Jones and wife left Tneeday for a three weeks' visit in Canada. Milan is still at the mercy of the moon and stars for lightin the eveniug. Mrs. Houseman entertained gnests forrn out of town the last of the week. Mrs. F. A. Blinn, of Clayton, Mich., visited Milan friends the last of the week. Mrs. J O. Rouse bas returned from a 10 days' visit with friends in St. Clair. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Kelly and family entertained guests form Fort Wayne last week. A large nmnber of the Milan people took in the Cbristian Endeavor meetings at Detroit. Miss Lucile Hoyt and brother, of ïpsilanti, are the guests of their aunt, Mrs. H. Sill, for a few days. Prof. James Clark, of Frankfort, is spendiug his vacation with hia parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wood Clark. MiesEdna Zimmerman spent Sunday with her sister Ada at the University hospital where Ada is onder treatmeut. Prof. and Mrs. Geo. Dennison, of Dundee, are spending their vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hack. Prof. and Mrs. C. M. Polier, of Salem, are the guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Williams for a few weeks. Milan village was like a deserted city the Pourth of July, as a very large per cent of the citizens took in the "Diamond Celebration" at fcYpsilanti. Miss Gertrude Chute returned to her home in Ann Arbor the first of the week aíter a few days' pleasant visit with her friend Miss Cecil Gauntlett in Milau.