The weather took a sevevecold Saturday and Sunday. Dr . J.C. Harper has retnrned to Eetroit with his daughter, Mrs. E. E. Mains. Miss Ida Allen is visiting Detroit frieuds. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hacks were thf gnests of Prof. and Mrs. Geo. Denuison at Dundee over Sunday. Rev. Geo. Sloan aud family.of Blissfleld, were the gnests of Milan friends the last of the week. Miss Edna Ziinmerinan retcrned froi her Daytou, Ohio, visit Mouday. Mrs. Kelly was the gnest of her daughter Lelia at Aun Arbor'the last of the week. The Rebekah lodge entertaiued guests frora Duudee, Maybee and Belleville Tuesday evening. Chas. H. Robisou is teachiug the Raleighville school this winter. Mrs. Springer, of East Main street is seriously ill. Mrs. Chas. Ganntlett has retnrned from her Grand Rapids visit. Rev. P. S. Shoeinaker, the F. M. miuister, has returned to Milan for another year. Miss Rheinfrank, of Saline, arrived iu Milan Saturday ready for her school work. The Baptist ladies are getting ready for their aunual fair in the uear future. Mrs. S. Egner returned Saturday froui her Detroit sojoarn. Miss Forsythe, of Lodi, arrived in Milan Saturday ready for her school work. Married - Blackmer-Buruham - Mr. SVebb Blackmer, of Milan, and Miss Leunie Burnhain, of Tower City, North Dakota, at the biide's aunt Mrs. L. Warner, Wednesday afternoon, Rev. J. Ward Stone officiating. School opened Monday with a fnll attendance. The Chautauqaa Circle me' Saturday afternoou at Mrs. G. R. Williams' residence, on Conuty street, and elected the f ollowing officers : President, Miss Ella Murry ; vice president, Mrs. G. R. Williams; secretary, Miss L. Curtis; treasurer, Miss Clara Allen. Mr. aud Mrs. Tripp are entertaining guests from Chicago. Mrs. A. B. Suiith will open her house to the Presbyteriau sewiug circle Tuesday afternoon.