Will McMullen, of Corunna, has been home on a short visit. Owen Jackson, of Grayling, vis ited friends here over Sunday. Mrs. Perry Robison, of Detroit is visiting friends here at present. Mrs. Fountain, of Maybee, is spendinga few weeks with her daughter, Mrs. C. D. Dickerson. Mr. A. R. Draper represented Unity tent at the K. O. T. M. convention at Jackson last week. Mrs. I. N. Clark, and grandson have gone to Bay City to visit Mrs Clark's daughter, Mrs. Rogers. George Davis and wife, of Lansing, are visiting Mrs. Davis brother, E. B. Ford, and family. Mr. C. B. Dickerson has been engaged to teach at Macon and wil and will move there in a few days. School will begin the first of September. Mr. Camburn, of Macon, and Miss Kate Diehl, of Ann Arbor, will wield the birch. Some colored preachers advertise to hold a camp-meeting at the Milan driving park, commencing August 20 and to last five days. It will draw as big a crowd as the horse races or the Kickapoo Indians did.