Mr. Jarnos Gauntlett is very ill. Charles Clark did Detroit Wednesday. Mrs. Howard is visiting friends in Chicago. Mrs. Blinn visited Detroit the last of the week. A wedding announcement will be in order next week. Charles Gauntlett visited Detroit the last of the week. A beautiful shower Tuesday evening gave vegetation a mee lift. The foundation of the new Methodist church is well under way. Wesley Robinson and wife and mother spent Sunday in Exeter. Miss Ona Clark visited Mooreville friends the last of the week. Warren Babcock is at home fiom the agricultural college this week. Mrs. Belle Taylor entertained several of her friends a few evenings ago. Mr. VanBrere, of Detroit, is doing fine work in the piano tuning business. Mis. Frind is building an addition to her already spacious residence. Miss Hattie Woolcott, is back in her old place at the Ypsilanti stay factory. The Methodist society are talking of an excursión to Star lsland in the near future. Mrs. Dr. Masón, of Dundee, visited her sister, Mis. Pinkham, the last of the week. Rev. Thompson and family were the guests of Attorney Williams and family Monday. The young peoples' society of the Baptist church give a lawn fete Saturday evening. Many of the Milanites will particípate in feasts at the Belleville camp meeting this month. Miss Ida Webb, of Saline, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Chas. Blackmer, last week. Justice Marble and his daughter, Mrs. Wallace, returned f rom their Ohio yisit the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Barnes returned from a three weeks visit in Quincy, and vicinity the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Kelley. and Mr. and Mrs. Whitmarsh, drove to Ypsilanti Thursday on a little pleasure trip. Several of the Milan people visited the rural districts on a basket picnic excursión one day the last of the week. Postmaster Babcock is very ill this week. Doubts are expressed as to his recovery. Dr. Oakley, of Ypsilanti, was called in council Sunday. Kemeth Markham returned to his home in Ann Arbor Tuesday after a two weeks sojourn with his aunt, Mrs. G. R. Williams. He expresses himself as being greatly pleased with our lovely little village.