Miss Amelia ounghaus has a new bicycle. Mr. Booth and sons, of Milwaukee, Wis., are the guests of M. B. Wallace. Messrs. W. C. Mack, Josenhans and Eiseman, of Ann Arbor, were in town on business the first part of the week. Miss Julia Conklin visited Ypsilanti friends a few days last week. Miss Ida Silkworth is visiting friends in Jackson. Miss Edith Naumann, of Detroit, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. Naumann. Master Charlie Orttenburger, of Detroit, is visiting relatives in town. Mr. O. A. Wake went to Grand Rapids Monday to attend the horse races and visit relatives. Mrs. Geo. Torrey and Miss Bessie went to Ann Arbor to attend the commencement exercises of the University. Mr. and Mrs. Christ Marx, of Blissfield, carae home to spent the Fourth with parents and friends. Mrs. Buss, wjjo has been visiting her parents in Windsor, Canada, for some time, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Martty, and Mr. and Mrs. J. Heinzmann drove over from Ann Arbor Sunday, and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Fausel. "Mrs. Dr. Taylor and children, of Duluth, Minn., formerly of Manchester, are visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. J. Vanderbuilt, of Roseland, 111., arrived in town Wednesday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Schaible. Mr. and Mrs. R. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. L. Perkins and daughter Vera, of Toledo, O., are visiting relatives in town. Miss Iva Ruil will spent her vacation visiting her mother in Springport, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Prof. Robinson, of Newark, N. f., and Mrs. Mae Engeler and son, of. Bluffton, Ind., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Hunt. N. Schmid and family go to Sand Lake Friday to take possession of "Lake View" cottage the next six ■weeks. Miss Bertha Clarke, who has lived with her grandparehts, Mr. and Mrs. J. Filber, the past eight years, went to Lansing to live with her mother. Misses Marie and Julia Kirchhofer go to Ann Arbor Saturday. Miss Marie will take a course at the University for the summer, and Miss Julia will attend the summer Normal school for teachers. The C. E. society of the Emanuel's church give an ice cream social on the church ground Saturday evening. Last Tuesday afternoon fire broke out in one of the bedrooms of Conrad Naumann's store. Nearly everything in the room burned, including the clothing, and was a narrow escape for some of the members of the family. La Pearl's greatest 10 and 20 cent railroad show on earth will be in town Tuesday, July 9. Children are saving their pennies to see Little Ruby, the child artist.