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Milán is putting up several new buildings this summer. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs Ed. Hinklcy is very ill. Miss L. Clark returned from her Detroit viiit last week. Fred Butlers visiting friends in Plymouth lor a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett are in the country spending a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Rouse returnec from their St. Clair visit Monday. Mrs. Whitmarsh's guests of Detroit, left for their homeSaturday. A large number of the Milanitcs attended the Ypsilanti fair Thursday. The sons of veterans met to elect nd install new officers Tuesday evening. Torn Barnes has returned from [lis Quincy visit looking much refreshed. Mr. Hause and family have noved to L. Wilcox's farm near Milan. Mrs. O. E. Leonard returned xom her eastern visit the last of the week. The concert at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening was quite interesting. Mr. Wm. VVhaley's milis are running full blast. New eider is in great demand. Prof. Hearn has organized a teachers' reading society with several members. Harmon Allen and wife returned from their Grand Rapids visit, the last of the week. Farmers are busy marketing their produce and Milán presents a lively lotofbusines men. Base ball games are still indulged in by the.Milanites and otbers. Of course Milan is still alive. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Case have left for Waterloo, where Mr. Case has an appointment to preach. More political speeches are expected in Milan soon. Perhaps not imported ones, but our motto is to hear all sides, and live and let live. The Y. P. S. C. E., of the Baptist church met at Miss Grace Huntington's Tuesday evening in a social manner and all had a very enjoyable time. The Leonard Bros., are running their dry house with a fine lot of help, and the prospects are all favorable for a thriving business in the evaporating line. Mr. Clarence Needham has bought out Mr. Woodcox's bakerv and will continue in the business keeping Mr. Woodcox to do the baking for a time.