Milán, Mich., Aug. 2. - (Special to Daily Argus).- Rev. W. K. Dermis, of Uolebrook, Ohio, preached at the Baptist church Sunday ruorning aud evening. Prof. C. M. Fuller spent Monday in WiJ lis. O Oase is visiting friends in Detroit for a lew vreeks. C. M. Blaokmer has retumed from his Detroit sojonrD. Prof. and Mrs Chas. Carrick are out of town for an ontiug. Mrs. Oscar JSïewcomb is entertaining gusstfe from the south. C. E. Patterson, who has been very ill, is now con valescent. Mrs. James Gauutlett left thy tlrst of the week for -Traverse City. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lockwood are entertaining gnests form Canada. Editor Houseman and fainily ara entertainiug gnests trom out of towu. Mr. and Mrs Fred Bntler are entertainiug Mrs. T. Laoy aud daughter, of Toledo. Clande Buxtou is clerkiug for his brothe.r-iu-law, A. Vedder, in the star bakery. M. A. Palmer and Miss Violet Palmer have returned from tiieir rural sojourn. Chas. Sill and Homer Sill aud family have gone to Crystal Lake for a two weeks' onting. Miss Florence Chapín has returned froru two weeks' visit with Ino Whitmarsb, of Detroit. Mrs. H. J. Zimmerman visitad Ijer daughter Ada at the Universifcy hospital the last of the week. T. F. Hiokey was called home the last of the week in Canada to attend the funeral of his mother. Mrs. Della Holcomb and daugnter, of Detroit, are the gnests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Holcomb, of W. Main st. Miss Ida Bnorroughs is entertaining her brother and siEter, Mr. and Mrs. Webb, of Newark, New Jersey. Mrs. Jary Wallace has been improving one of her houses on Connty st. with new sereen doors and a new kitchen. The Miian Band has reorgauized. It has 13 pieces and Milton Clark is the leader. They expect to play in Detroit this week. Mrs. Clarence Needbam and danghter retarned Sunday form a two weeks' visit at Ashley with her mother and sister, Mrs. Camuet. Depnty Sheriff Luxton has been do mg some efficiënt work in the way of arresting some drunuen men who fail to care for their families. Mrs. G. R. Williams returned the ast of the week from a two weeks' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 3. Sprague, in Ann Arbor. Rve. S. H. Stokes, of the Christian üatholic church, of Detroit, preached at the Union church Tuesday afternoon and evening Aug. 1. Thö hght harness horse races were witnessed by about 10,000 people at Cleveland, Ühio, July 26. The races were fine and the time was good but the day's sport was greatly marred by the sudden death of Hazel Ridge, the Michigan stalhon, owned by Chas. Gauntlett, of Milari, (who wou fame in other years with Coralloid) and came out with him. Hazel Ridge trottr d to a record, but did not win the race at Highland Park, but up at the big track he showed speed and stam na and won on the opening day reducing his record to %:%. At Cleveland he was the tavorite but after finishing back in one heat he feil dead when he came ont to score, ot heart failure, thns robbing the turf of au exceedingiy promising horse. Hazel Ridge was raised by the late William Wright, of Detroit Gauntlett has the deep syptuathy of a large circle of frieurls over his great loss and nis Milan friends teel as tbough it was a loss as well to our viliage, which wero justly proud of this fine animal.