Milán street lamps have sprouted. Justice Marble is very ili this week. Mr. H. Sül visited Detroit, Wednesday. Mrs. Bartram visited Ypsilanti last week. Mr. Rouse visited Toledo the first of the week. Rev. H. M. Bartram visited Detroit the first of the week. Mr. William Whitmarsh visited Detroit the first of theweek. Prof. Hearn went to Toledo, Wednesday, to spend several days. Mrs. F. Blinn is entertaming friends from abroad this week. Mrs. Skellen and daughter left for Bay County the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur left the last of the week for their home in Quincev. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Kelley left for Fostoria, Ohio, Thursday morning. H. M. Burt and family are moving into the rooms over Mr. Jones' drug store. Mrs. Ed. Knickerbarker and son, left for Nebraska the first of the week. Editor Háwkins visited some of his Milan friends the first of the week. Mr. Ed. Kelley and Miss Lelia Kelley left Monday morning for Fostoria, Ohio. O. A. Kelley is enter.taining a nephew from the Ann Arbor University this week.j Orrin Lamkins and family returned from their Detroit visit the last of the week. The Milan boys are vvonderfully pleased over their series of victories in the ball games. Mr. M. Sill and Mr. James, of Dexter, did Milan on their bicycles the last of the week. Mell Barnes moved into one of Mrs. Friend's houses on County street, Wednesday. Mrs. Whitmarsh and daughter, Imo, left Tuesday for a short sojourn among friends at Inkster. The Presbyterian ice cream festival, the 231TI, was quite a success and all participants had an enjoyable time. M. E. Gainsley is selling goods very cheap at Milán for a few days. He has one half of Mr. F. Thomas's boot and shoe store Mr. and Mrs. Carter had a runaway Friday evening. No one seriously hurt, but the carriage is in a demolished condition. William Easterly had a birthday surprise not long since by his relatives, who thought to make his 521KÍ birthday one to be remembered. Married, Andrus-Bennett, Mr. Arba Andrus, of Milan, and Miss Mamie Bennett, of Willis, at the bride's residence by Rev. Jay Huntington, Wednesday evening, June 2oth. Mr. Anson Fuller, of Minneapolis, Minn., is visiting his son, Mr. C. JI. Fuller. He came Wednesday morning and will remain until Sunday morning. The net proceeds of the ice cream and strawberry festival the 2oth, under the auspicies of the Methodist society, were $31, for the benefit of Rev. H. M. Bartram. Milan will celébrate the fourth in a small way at the driving park vith races and base ball games. The day's sport will close with a grand old fasnioned Fourth of July ball in the evening at the opera house. The Milan delegates to the Chicago convention arrived home early Friday morning having exhausted their influence on the big convention and claiming to have settled the nomination. Hurrah for Milan.