Cbas. Seidle visited f rienda in Adrián over Snnday. Miss Ida Benuett is visiting friends íd Willis this week. Mrs. Chas. Gauntlett has returued from her Aun Arbor visit. Prof. Chas. Carrick is ont again aíter a struggle with grip. Miss Ayers visited her paren tfi at Adrián from Friday until Monday. M. A. Palmer and Violet, viaited Dundee friends the last of the weck. Miss Lelia Kelly, of the U. of M., came down to play for the Masonic auniversary. Mr. Upton, of Adrián, has rented the Racket store on W. Main st. for a bowling alley. Mr. Fraser, of VVisconsin, lectured Feb. 1 , to a full opera honse. His subject was, "The Avoirdnpois of Uncle Sam. " The 25th anuiversary of the F. & A. M. was celebrated in a very fitting rnanner Jan. 81, at the Masonic temple. The menu was elabórate and delicions. The mnsic was good and the toastmaster J. W. Bennett, of Ann Arbor, was surely a born toastmaster. Jndge Newkirk, Hon. A. J. Sawyer and Rev. J. McBain Milne, of Dundee, delivered eloquent addresses. The Masons have a perfect right to congratúlate themselves on their efforts.