Mrs. Jacob Mayer has been quite sick but is now recovering. John W. Nanry has the finest Cleveland bay colt in this vicinity. Frank Townsend and wife, of Chicago, were visiting friends here, last week . Mrs .Sarah Pryor and sister, Mrs. Bates ,of Ann Arbor, were guests of Mrs. F. A. Shnart ,over Sunday. The ladies of the M .E. church will give a picnic on the Fourth of July in James Bush's orchard grove, just west of the church. James Finnell was thrown from his horse in front of the grocery store, Saturday afternoon, euttlag a bad Bash in his head. With proper care lie will be all right in a few days. Ed. "Lyke, who lives two and one half miles east o, here, was hurt very badly, by beins thrown from his eart while driving a young colt ,one day last week. The doctor thinks his spine is injured, but if inflammation don't set in he will probably get alonall right.