Worst storm of the season, Monday. Mrs. Norton still continúes verv UI. Blacksmith Schmidt has been ver y busy of late. Mrs. Thos. Johnson is visiting at Carleton, Monroe county. Tred Judson, of Ann Arbor, spent the Sabbath with his parents liere. The M. E. ladies" aid society met at the home of Wm. Fair yesterday. Bennie Campbell is nearly recoyered ítoib a severe attack oi pneumonía. C. C. Newkirk, of Ilarbor Springs, visited his son, Rev. J. L. Newkirk, last week. The remains of Lyman H. Phillips, father of'Mrs. L. C. Pryer, of Ann Arbor, were brought to this place for interment. A Mr. Balou died at the residence of his son near the Hiscoek school house Sunday morning and the funeral was held Tuesday. Mrs, James Bush, confined to her home for some time with rheumatism, is out agaain. Mrs. Emma Shuart is also improving in health. Nelson Pooler, of near Free Church, is badly afflicted with a gathering in the head, which the attending physician pronounces very dangerous. The revival meetings being held at the M. E. church by the pastor, assisted by Eev. B. Gibson,of Azalia,are becoming interesting. An impressive service Sunday evening, and one conversión. Mr. Gibson's excellent singing has much weiglit in the services. No meeting was held Monday night on account of the storm.