Heury Trolz w;is íd Freedom on business last week. Dr. C. F. Kapp. of Manchester, was in town last week. David Dubois will probably remove to Bridgewater in the spring. Mrs. Stringharn, of Teoumseh. has been visiting her mother, Mrs. E. Wisner. Work in the gravel pit at Green 's Crossing ha3 been suspended for the winter. Mrs. Jobn J. Robison, wbo has been seriously ill, is somewbat better at present. Mr. and Mrs. James Christie, of Detroit, visited friends bere during the holidays. Miss Louise Pieper, of Clinton, has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Henry Steinigeweg. Mr. and Mrs. Bert D. Rose have been entertaining Mr. Rose's sister, Mrs. Cbas. Duncan, of Dulnth. Mrs. George Kirkwood, wbo is being treated for tninor pt University hospital, is ieported as somewhat better. C. A. Joues, who formerly taueht school in Sharon andFreedom, iáspending somfl time at his rnotber's, Mrs. Win. Jones. A. J. Anstin, of Norvell, was in town on Satnrday huying stock. He is in Jackson this week, where he represents Norvell on the board of supervsrs. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. D. Pardee entertained Mr. and Mrs. Seth Smith, Miss Etbel and Master LowpII, of Hillsdale, and Dr. Will Ditmar, of Jonesville, on New Year's. Game is unw scarce in South Sharou. Supervisor Watkins, of Manchester and Heury L. ReDan aurl Gottlieb Roller of Sharon, wpre hnnting tliere en New Year's Dny. Wait Peok is in very poor bealth. Mr. Peck is one of the olilest resideuts of Sharon and has owned the farm npon wbioh he üow resides for many years. His advanoed age reuders his recovery rather doubtfnl. Edwin Uphans spent sonie days last week with friends in Ann Arbor. Mr. Uphaus is considerably interestfid in baseball and made quite a remarkable record as a pitcher last season. His friends expect to see him pitching for a league team in the near future. The report that otir worthy townsj man, Amariah Hitohoock, bad lost seventy of his course-wool larnbs was somewhat exagperated. The fact is th;it Mr. Hitcboock lost twenty-seveu lambs, bnt as be is fesding over flve hnndred, his loss amnuuts to only about five per oent of his flook. We are pleased to record the marriage of Mr. Virgil Burch and Miss Jennie Moucks, whicb took place last week. Both parties to this pleasant event have been loug and favorably known bere, and the best wishes of a mnltitude of friends follow them to tbeir fnture abode. Tbey will reside on the farm uwned by Mrs. Perry.