Theron Fisk, of Clinton, retnrned home last Satnrday. Mrs. Hirarn Combs and danghter are visiting in New York. Mrs. Challes Begole, of Flint, will return home tomorrow. Wellington Drenry, of Dakota, is visitini? his unole C. C. Sherwood and family. Miss Lulu Valentine, of Saline, will open ber school in the Roberts district Monday. Mrs. Mary Sherwood and children, Lee Watling and Wellington Dreury, spent Friday at Wayne. Tbo Don't You Wish You Knew Club met witb Mrs. John Cbalmers, Thrusday afternoon. Master Roy Colemau returned to his bome in' Detroit Thursday, to attend school for the coming year. Mrs. O. Forsythe lies at the point of death in Ann Arbor, haviug gone there for treatment by Dr. Carrow. Mr. andijj Mrs. V. C. Nichols and danghter Francés, spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in Clinton. Policeman Armbruster and family, of Ann Arbor, forinerly of this place, are the guests of his brother Aaron and other friends. G. E. Rathfou lost his barib and contents by fire on Tuesday evening last. His lantern exploded, while doing chores. Three horses periehedin the flames. H. H. Webb, returned from his trip to Bufïalo last Saturday evening and reports being "put off at Buffalo, " but it was with difficulfcy that be got on at Buffalo as the crowd was so great on leaving. The gentlemen of the O. N. O. olub entertained the young ladies Tuesday evening at the home of Qeorge Ellsworth. Supper was served in the faeight of 8tyl8 and an enjoyable evening was spent by all. Boys, the girls eDJoy parties. Last Tuesday evening as little Palmer Gridley was doing the evening chores a horee kicked over his lantern, causing the straw to take fire. The faithful little fellow worked and oried "Fire" until he had nearly extinguished the flames before help reaohed trim.