Rev. Yocum has gorie to conferencie. Christian Brix called on friends here on Sunday. Henry Trolz and wife were in Jackson on Tuesday. The Misss Nellie and Lncy Brooks are visiting at Traverse City. Mrs. Bert Smith and sous are visiting relatives aud friends here. Miss Flora Werman, of Iron Creek, is the guest of Miss May Keeler. Miss Kate Trolz visited her sister Lena in Manchester on Saturday. A. C. Dixon has returned from a 10 days' visit at Onsted and Devil's Lake. The Misses May and Maud Dorr have been visiting in Jackson the past week. Xavier Baner and farnily, of Bridgewater, visited at Henry Trolz's on Sunday. Edmund Rowe and family visited Mrs. Rue's sisters in Jackson last week. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Nichols and danghter Lois were in Jackson last week. Louis Hayes expeots to remove to ADn Arbor soon, where he will keep a restanrant. James Martin, of Manchester, has baled about 60 tons of hay on the Pierce farm. Floyd Pardee has returned from Hillsdale, where he has been visiting his aunt Mrs. Seth Smith. Byron C. Pierce, who has been visiting his sister and other relatives in Calhoun county, has retnrned home. Chas Pardee expects to -imove to De troit this fall, where he will accept a positiou with the Street car company. George Pardee was in Cambridge on Tuesday attending the auction sale of the personal property of his sister, Mrs. Mortimer Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. John Pardee and daughter, Mrs. Seth Smith, of Hillsdale, are visiting their son and brother George D. Pardee. C. A. Jones, formerly of this place, but who has been teaohing school at Sandstone for the past year, rejoices over the birth of a baby girl. William Campbell, Arthur Gillett, Henry Trolz and E. M. Pierce delivered hogs to Hobart & Parsons, of Grass Lake, Thursday of last week. Wm. Uphaus, Albert Trolz, George Alber and the Misses Lena Trolz, Mina Alber and Lydia Trolz attended the band tournament in Jacksoa on Tuesday.