Geo. V. Hammond lost a veiy valuable cow last Sunday morning. Mrs. Henry Hammond has been visiting her parents for a few days. "Oh the snow, the beautiful snow," bespattered y, with mud wherever you go. Airs. Emanuel Carter wonld like the money for the tnrkeys and chickens stolen from her rooet reoently. The heirs of the late Willis Potter met at the home of Albert Draper for a settlement last Saturday, March 5. The boiler in tbe grist mili at Willis blew out ita fines and snorted aroond considerable a few days ago, bnt no one was injured. H. S. Day has retnrned home from bis trip. He visited Anu Arbor, Howell and Blsie wbilegone. Reports haviDg had a very nice time. Will Sheiman, wbo reoently letnrned from California, says people in that eeotion are sitting under the trees with ooats off and very warm at that. Last Tuesday evening quite a few friends gathered by invitation at Mr. and Mrs. Qeo. Uammond's for a musical entertainment. Light refreshments were served and all bad a good tin.e.