Mrs. Hearn is yery ill this week. Mrs. Blinn is on the sick list this week. Mr. Dexter, of Ypsilanti, visited Milan Monday. Mrs. Paterson left for Grand Rapïds Monday afternoon. Election is over and some are poorer, weaker and wiser. F. Leonard wa home from Williamston the first of the week. Mrs. McGregor is enjoying the mysteries of the chili and fever period. Mrs. O. E. Havrkins, of Saline, is the guests of her mother, Mrs. Crolius this week. Miss Menzie and Miss Peckham return to their home in the east the last of the week. The Bible day exercises at the Baptist church Sunday evening-, were very interetting. C. M. Fuller, of Ann Arbor, came down to attend Charles Moore's funeral Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Calkins, of Weston, were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Chapin, Monday. Quito a goodly number of s;ck people in Milán greatly to the benefit of the medical profession. Business is lively in Milan. Farmers are marketing their produce, notwithstanding the rain and wind. A large party of Milanites will take advantage of the excursión rates to attend the Art Museum in Detroit. The Baptist social at J. C. Rouse's residence Wednesday evening was a very pleasant event and there were a large number of people out. Fnday evening Mrs. Pyle gave a select party in honor of her sister, Miss Menzie and her friend Miss Peckham, of Niagaria, N. Y. A repuolican ratification meeting was held Monday evoning greatlyto the enjoyment of the young people. Tlie banners were quite good and the spelling of some very bad. Charles Moore, one of our most genial merchants, died last Friday evening after a week's íllness. He leaves a wife and three childrcn and a large circle of friends to mourn his loss. He was buried Monday aíternoon, the I. O. O. F., of Milán, taking charge of the funeral. The remains were taken to Stony Creek tor interment. .