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School opened to-day as usual. A heavy snow storm struck Milan Friday. Barney Davis died Tuesday at his home in York. J. C. Rouse and wife visited Detroit Thursday. Mrs. D. Wardle hasreturned from her Chelsea trip. Miss Mamie Woolcott is quite ill with throat trouble. Charles Thompson has returned from his Chicago trip. Miss Ada Vanwormer is teaching school at Rawsonville. Miss Gracie McGregor has returned from her Ypsilanti' visit. Afternoon teas are quite the rage at present in progressive Milan. Miss Mead died Friday at her home near Milan, of diphtheria. Milan has a new president. He spells his name David Hitchcock. George Bissel has purchased Spencer Coe's farm, east of Milan. C. M. Fuller closes his school this week for a three weeks' vacation. Mr. and Mrs. L. Eddy are entertaining guests from Milford this week. Mrs. Haffard and family, of Manistique, are visiting relatives near Milan. Mrs. G. R. Williams, who has been ill with lung trouble, is now convalescent. A number of the Masonic fraternity visited their Dundee brothers Wednesday night. The Y. P. S. C. E. had a very interesting meeting Sunday evening at the Baptist church. The Milan school was closed Friday and the rooms thoroughly fumigated with sulphur. Warren Babcock, Jr., is teaching in the grammar department in place of Miss Mead, deceastd. Mell Barnes moved into Lew. Wilcox's house Tuesday, on the corner of County and Wilcox streets. The Presbyterian social at the residence of Mrs. L. Reynolds, Tuesday evening, was well attended. Miss Grace Marvin has returned from Ypsilanti on account of the illness of her grandmother, Mrs. Aylesworth. Owing to the inclemency of the weather the donation for the M. E. pastor was not as great a success as was hoped for. La grippe is no respecter of persons. Calis just where it pleases, and it pleases to make a clean sweep of Milan, we think. Hiram Jacobs, who was so badly hurt with a threshing engine Friday is doing nicely. He is in hopes to soon be at work again. The guitar and harmonica club discoursed sweet music Monday evening, and treated several families to a serenade. Many thanks boys. Cali again please. The young people of the Presbyterian church have organized a missionary society with the following officers : President, Mrs. Leafie Reynolds; vice-president, Miss Ella Springer; recording secretary, Mrs. C. Boutell ; corresponding secretary, Miss Mable Gauntlett ; treas., Miss Lucile Ward ; look-out committee, Missss E. Springer, Emogene Knight, Maud Reynolds, Eva Ward, Edna Springer and May Alderman.