Mr. Buss was in Detroit on business. Mr. Kempf, of Chelsea, was in town on business. A number of our Manchester people are sick with the grippe. Miss Lizzie Farrell visited Tecumseh friends over Sunday. Walter C. Mack, of Ann Arbor, was in town the latter part of last week, on business. Miss Julia Schoettle spent Sunday with friends in Freedora. Mr. M. Schiable has gone to Ann Arbor to act as juryman in the circuit'court. Miss Anna Armstrong, who is workingin Jackson, came home last Saturday to visit her mother, who is on the sick list. Mrs. Goodell visited friends in Norvell, last Friday. Mrs. J. Lazell, of Ann Arbor, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kingsley. Miss Anna Kramer returned to Ypsilanti last Monday to resume her work. Mr. Wm. Lehr went to Adrián to see his brother who is very sick. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tracy, of Napoleon, were the guests of Mrs. Goodell, VVednesday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Sweetland, of Lodi, visited with Mr. and Mrs. J. Rauschenberger over Sunday. Miss Minnie McAdam spent Sunday with Clinton friends. Elmer Sükworth closed the winter term of school in the Zimmerman district, last Friday. Rev. George Schoettle went to Sharon last Sunday afternoon to install Rev Wild, of the Lutheran church. The ladies' society, of the M. E. church, met with Mrs. D. O. Stringham, last Wednesday afternoon. The entertainment given by Herbert León Cope, assisted by Mr. Merlin Wiley, tenor soloist, and Mr. Eugene B. Thayer, baritone soloist, both of Albion conservatory of music, was very well attended and appreciated, and was financially a great success.