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The melaneholy days are come. August Nisle, of Anti Arbor, spent Sunday with his parents. The reception given by B. Y. P. U. last Friday was largely attended. ('. Ortenberger, of Detroit, visited hifi brother a few days last week. rilarles Waltz, of Bridgewater is attending the Grammar room of the Union School. Dr. VVill Reed and friend, of Tecumseh, spent Sunday in town. Miss Lena Arnold and friends, of Tecumseh, spent a few days visiting N. Schmid and family. Fred Ortenburger and wife left last Saturday for Chicago, to witness the closing scène of the woild's fair. There has been a great change in the iweather the last week, and the people are busy putting up stoves and getting ready for winter. Misses Julia Kirchofer, Mae Aylesworth and Ida Silkvvorth, closed their fali term of schools last Friday. Charles Leeson went to Albion last Friday to spend a few days with his brother, Addis, who is attending Albion college. Addie Smitb, of Toledo, is visiting her sister, Mrs. H. K. Berger. E. D. Fenn and N. VanDerwerken are spending the week at the white city. Lena Schaible, after spending a few weeks at the world's fair returned home last week. Next Sunday evening there will be union services of tne Christain Endeavor and Epworth League. Dr. T. L. Iddings, who recently bought the Safe property on Beaufort street, has been makiug ioternal imaroveinents in the house, which will De occupied by Geo. Marx when coinpleted. Anna Shekel, of Brooklyn, is visiting H. Kingsley's family. George Miller and wife and N. Sen;er and wife, drove to Ann Arbor Tuesday, to attend the funeral of J. Schmid. Grace Hall, of Ypsilanti, is spending the week with Martha Spencer. Last Sunday the news of the death of Jonathan Schmid, of Ann Arbor, was received. The funeral was held ast Tuesday, p. m., at the residence of his sister, Miss Sophie Scbmid, 102 South Main street. Mr. Schmid spent i number of years in this place, being one of the first proprietors of the Banner store; also the originator of the Workingman Aid Society. He was much esteemed by all who knew him. vlr. Schmid was the brother of Mrs. íirchhofer and N. Schmid of this )lace. Among those who attended the 'uneral trom this place, were Mr. Kirchhofer, wife and daughters, Bertha and Julia, and Mr. N. Schmid and wife.