H. Bowen went to Toledo last Monday to visit fnends. Mrs. Eob. Mutpby, of Detroit, is ' visiting at her uncle's, J. Kelly. rjMiss Allie Lazell spent Sunday with her friend, Miss Ethel Baldwin. Miss Ora Case, of Suramit, is ' ing her sister, Mrs. Frank Mernthew. Ed. Root went to Bay City, Monday, as a delégate of the A. O. U. W. lodge, No. 63. A nuniber of school ehildren as well as the, older ones are sick with the mumps. Thursday being a legal holiday school was disrnissed, but Friday the work was resumed. Mrs. Babbitt, of Ypsilanti, was in town Tuesday and atteuded the meeting of the W. R. C. The ladies of the Baptist church wil! serve refreshments at one of the vacant stores next Saturday. Mrs. J. Kelly and Mrs. R. Murphy -went to Clinton Tuesday to spend a few days visiting relatives. Mrs. Henry Cash and childreu, of Brooklyn, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Kelly. Mr. Gruner, of Ann Arbor, and Mr. llelber, of Saline, were iu town the first of the week, on business. Alma, Lonise and Marie Schmid spent Thursday at Tecumseh visiting their auut, Mrs. Wm. Arnold. Mrs. Chas. Senger, who for a niiinber of years has been quite feeble, is now very sick with bronchitis. The Misses Leitz, of Tifton, Ohio. who came to attend the funeral of their father, have returned home. A number of pupils of the Union school have joined the Michigan Pupils' Reading Circle which will meet once every week. Florida on wheels was the great attraction in town last Tuesday. A great many who did not visit the World's Fair ha.l an opportunity to see a choice display. St. Valentine's day was well observed by the school children. They notonly sent and received many but were also treated to nuts, candies, oranges, etc, by their respective teachers. At the meeting of the Alpha Sigma last Monday evening, the subject of the debate "Resolved, that the life of the barbarían is happier than that of the civilized." It was decided in favor of the negative.