C. 'M. Blaokmer is qnite i il. Roads are in fine oondition f or teaming. This is tbe third week of revival meetings at the M. E. cbnroh. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph GauntJett are entertaining guests from Dnndee. The Presbyterian aewing oircle met at Mrs. Mesic's Tuesday aftetrnoon. A. H. Levyi8 has purchased a burial lot in the Marble Park Grove cernetery. La Grippe bas struck Milán. T. Barnes aud E. W. Blackrner are victirus. Mr. and Mrs. Elon Gauntlett are visiting friends in Traverse City and Elk Rapids. The Presbyterian society has added three handsome pqlpit chairs to the chnroh furnishings. Rev. J. P. Hntohinson delivered a grand sermón Sunday morniug at tbe Presbyterian cburch. The ïoung People's Club will have a dancing school witb O. Sheldon, of Ann Arbor, as instructor. The F. & A. M. will hold their annnal valentino party Feb. 19 tbis year. A grand time is expected. Messrs. Pierson, oí' Detroit, and R. Rouse, of Saline, were looking up insnrance business in Milan the last of the week. The weather bas had a freeze up. We are still looking for tbe oopious fall of snow that tbe weather bureau bas promisèd ns.