jeorge rsauer is sicje witn mnammatiou of the lungs. Al. Stevens lias purchased a magniflcent pair of horses. Willie Fisher wou a $50 wheel at the raffle on Thursday night. Win. B. Rane leaves Wednesday for Columbas, O., for a nionth's visit. Henry Spiegelberg and Harry Moss made a business trip to Detroit Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barker are visiting their brother Capt. Barker, of Flint. Mrs. Wm. B. Rane is visiting her danghter Mrs. McCoy, at Columbas, Ohio. Mrs. Irene Stilson has returned to WMtmore Lake after a two 'montas' visit with her son at Au Sable. Miss Helen Stevens leaves Tuesday for Jackson to attend the wedding of her cousin, Miss Susie Smith. Jay G. Pray has been appointed agent for the Detroit Fire and Marine Insurance Co. , at Whitmore Lake. The school officers have received the deed of the school house lot and a new school house will be built in the near future. Ir C. Wellman, the elevator man here, has bought and shipped in the past two weeks over 10,000 bushels of beans. Frank Lemon shipped in the same time 6,000 bushels. Wheat today at the elevator is worth 65 cents. Thos. Lavender had a narrow escape yesterday. A party were rabbit hunting when one of them shot at what he supposed was a rabbit, one of the shot struck Tbos. Lavender on the bridge of the nose but he was so far off that no damage was done. Mrs. Thornton Newlove, wbose husband died 10 days ago, received through record keeper John Todd, Satmrday, a check for $2,000, this being the amount for which he was insured in the Maccabees and Mrs. Newlove wishes here to express her thanks to Whitmore Lake lodge for the assistance and kindness rendered her in this sadtimc.