Miss Alma Teeter closed her school in District No. 8 Thnrsday of last week. Margaret Blosser is spending a couple of weeks visiting friends iu Bronson and in Walkerton, Ind. Clarance Berger, wbo closed bis school sonth of town last. week, bas gone to, cletkiug in Haenssler's drag store. FredHasohle's yonngest child, Marie, who bas been very sick with inflamruation of the lnngs is reported somewhat better. Earl fiusbtnn, of Norvell, canie down last Thursday to see his raother wbo bas been qaite sick at the home of her father, J. E. Teeter. The revival meetings at the Baptist uburch are still in progress and much interest is being shown. ftv. Stevenson, pastor of the Clinton Congregational oburch is assisting this week. Messrs. Bagamán and Calbonn will put in a cheese faotory at Brooklyn tbis spring. The milk froni 300 cows has been guaranteed tbem by the farmers and the factory will turn out about 20 cheese per day. A meeting was called last Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Stark, for the pnrpose of organizing a reading club on the east side. Miss Jnlia Kirchbofer was ohosec president and it was depided to take np the stndy of U. S. history and ourrent events.