Mrs. Jas. H. Phillips, of Detroit, has been spending a fortnight with Mrs. Chas. Crittenden.
After a delightful trip Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Robison have arrived at Sitka Alaska. their trip on the ocean was 1,100 miles.
There will be a three days' meeting at the Friends church beginning Friday evening the 26th, with two daily sessions on Saturday and Sunday. Delegates and visitors will be present from the entire quarterly meeting alsu some eminent ministers from abroad.
Rob. Feil is very sick with peritonitis.
The answers sent to the Detroit Free Press to the question who killed Agatha Webo, will give Uncle Sam S25.60 if all send sealed envelopes. He as usual is the lucky one and will make more money from it than the prizes net.
Now that the fruit trees are leaved out it is plain that the peach and plum trees have suffered from the severe weather. Many of the limbs are dead.
Mrs. Mason. of Detroit, is visiting her sister Mrs. Rawson.
Quick as the news of Tuesday's cyclone which struck Detroit reached the ear of Captain Perry Voree, agent for the Michigan Cyclone Insurance Co., he started out on his wheel and issued policies to as many wanting patrons as he could reach that afternoon. The funnel shaped cloud was plainly visible from our door.