[ Crowded out last week.] Misa Ida Spoor is the guest of Mrs. Wm. Scadin. Supervisor Ball. has nearly completed his assessment. George Latson, wife and son are visiting relatives here Miss Hunt, of the High School, was the guest of Miss Tubbs last week. Messrs. Hurm and Hubbell have been the gueste of Henry Scadin. They are old acquaintances of his frotn Benzonia. Prof. W.S. Perry is to address the Farmer's Club at John Alexander's, Saturday. His subject is : "Moráis in Schools." William Handley has rented and moved to the McNally farm in Ann Arbor township. He still works his own place here. The Keading Circle, last Friday evening, debated the question : "Resolved, that we do not need an increase in the navy." The judges decided in favor of the affirmative. Hilan. Dick Knight spent Sunday with his pareots. Mrs. Friend is building a new fence on her premises. Several of the Ypsilanti boys gave Milán a cali Sunday. The Luce minstrels failed to materialize 8aturday night. Dr. Pyle is painting and paperiDg the inside of his residence. Tramps and pack peddlers infested Milan, Friday and Saturday. Mr. Stewart took his wife's remains to Detroit for burial, Thursday. Mrs. H. Sill and daughter have returned from their Detroit visit. Charles Pullen has purchased the R. Swayze residence on Wilcox-st. Mrs. Charles Clark and son are visiting friendsatSchoolcraft for a few days. Miss Parsons, of Ypsilanti, is the guest of Miss May Reynolds for a few da s. Charles Wilson is greatly improving his residence this spring with a new porch and paint. Rev. Jay Huntington and daughter entertained guests from Detroit and Saginaw over Sunday. The "suggestive " social at E. A. Reynolds, Friday evening, was well attended and it was a novel affair. Two excursionspassedthrough Milan, Sunday, one from Tolïdo to Detroit and one from Detroit to Toledo, both being under the auspices of the Jews. The trains met here and a few throuiih mistake were left in Milan during the day, much to their chagrín.