Born to Mr. and Mis. Chas. Hanie a sou, April 7. L. II. Miller, of Wilmont, arrived in town last week. Will Gilmour, of Park Lake, was in town a few days lately. Miss Myrtie Colt visited her parents in Wyandotte, Sunday. Fred Shultz has commenced buildiug the wall for his new house. CLas. Harris is improving the appearance of his barn with a coat of paint. Toni Hitchingham has moved into the house on Geo. Riffer's farm, lately vaeated by Pete Gabel. Pete vvill go to Manhattan Junction to live. John Lawson is building a house on '"Coal Kiln Avenue" for one of his hired men to live in, and some talk of him building another south of the store. Last Saturday evening while Art. Teddar was doing his chores he accidentally slipped and broke three of his ribs, two of them beiHg broken in two places. Anton Gabel is building a house on his farm south of town, and when he moves, Lew. Miller will move into the house vaeated by Gabel and work in the shop. W. H. Bishop was taken last Friday with quite a severe paralytic stroke, his whole left side being paralyzed; but he is getting along very nicely and will soon be able to be up and around again.