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Weather warmer and very pleasant. , Sleigbing is line and everyone that can is takinj advanlage of it. Sleighing parties and surprise parties are too numerous to mentioa. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lockwood have returned from their visit to Rollins. Mrs. H. Vincent, who has been quite ill, is now convalescent. Miss Cora McGregor has returned from her Detroit visit. Several of the L. O. T. M. and Sir Knights visited the Saline hive last week. The Masons of Milán will give a valenttue reception and dance 14U1 ot Fcb Mr. E. O. Reynolds, of Detroit, spent Sunday in Milan. The Presbyterian Jadies will hold their tea social at Mrs. E. VV. Blackmer's, on West Main slreet, Tuesday p. m., Feb. 12. Miss Wheeler has returned to her home in Vernon. Mr. Chas. Edwards is clerking for J. L. Marble. Floyd Robison leaves for the Agricultural college the i8th of this month. A nutnber of the I. O. O. F.'s attended the party at Ann Arbor on the 14U1. The M. E. society are soliciting aid for the Nebraska sufterers and they wish to send out a box this week. All contributions will be received by a committee at the Gay empty store on Main street, Monday and Tuesday of this week. Mr. S. Egner inade a business trip to Detroit, Saturday. The Eastern Star order have voted to change their organ for a piano. Several of the Milán people anticípate attending the Easterrf Star reception at Ann Arbor in a few days. The "Cornelian Trio," Adrián, are billed for a concert the i3th, at the M. E. church, under the auspices of the Epworth League. A very fine program is prornised and this trio come well recommended. Everyone is invited. Admission, 25 cents, children under 12 years, 15 cents. Mrs. Heston and daughter visited friends in the country last week. Miss Belle Taylor is convalescent.


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