fCrowded out last week.] No new cases of diphtheria in Milán tb is week. A. Hayden is entertaining guests from away, this week. H. J. Zimmerson has a fine new sign in front of bis store. A. E. Gardner and A. S. Hayden have returned from Ontario. Miss C. Chapin leaves for her home in Ann Arbor, this week. Hilan may have a tire engine of its own in the near future. It needs one. The Presbyterians will put "The Turn of the Tide" on the boards aeain, Friday. The Milan cornet band did some fine playing on the streets, Saturday evening. Warren Babcock, jr, of the Aericultural College, is at home for a ten days' vacation. Miss Julia King, of Saline, was the guest of her mother, Mrs. J. C. Rouse, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. F. A. Blinn and Mrs. G. R. Williams visited friends in Ann Arbor, Wednesday and Thursday. Rev. J. Huntington and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rouse drove to Monroe on business, Monday. The Patrons of Industry have hired the Exeter band to disoöurse sweet music for them at their mass meeting, Saturday. Jesse Siuerne is languishing in the county jail, awaiting trial for seliing a livery rig belonging to Wm. Hooker to a man in Dundee. Mr. Chas. McCormick, of Ypsilanti, and Miss Minnie Van Wurmer, of Milan, were married at the residence of the bride's parents, Mav 14. Dave Eddington, Lute Bartels, John Bell and Dick Leonard are under arrest for procuring liquor for Fred Lamkins. Their examination comes oíf the 28th.