C. A. Bullard was in town on Thursday. Mrs. E. M Pierce was at Chelsea on Friday. Edwin Uphaus is threshing with Meyer Bros. Elmer Logan is drawing milk for the Grass Lake creamery. E. M. Pierce and Henry Trolz were in Bridgewater on Wednesday. Mowry A. Pierce has been in rather poor health i'or the last few days. James S. Cavanaugh intends to attend the U. of M. this coming year. Will Keeler goes to Ann Arbor nest week to attend the summer school. Miss Emma Widmayer will teacb the fall term of school in the Sharop Hill district. Fred Keeler, of Mt. Pleasant, is spending a month with his father, M. E. Keeler. John Jones, of North Sharon, met with quite a sm-ious accident Monday, while repairing his oorn crib. A rafter fell and struck him on the leg, hurting it very badly. He is befcter at the present writing.