Sharon Sept. 5 - Daniel DuBois and family returned to their home in Detroit on Saturday after Bpending a short time with relatives and friends in Sharon. Edward M. Pierce is convalescent after a sovet6 illness. School opened in No. 6 on Monda wicb Miss Maniie Paine as teacher. E. M. Pierce and wife entertained Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Buss and famiiy on Sunday. C. L. Hall, of Toledo, and daugbter, oí Kansas, are the goests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Hall. James G. Pierce was in Ann Arbor last week. Mrs. Eleanor Pierce bas retnrned trom an extended trip through the northern part of the state. Miss Maggie Cavanaugh has-returned to her school in St. Alarias, npper península, and Miss May Cavanaugh to Anu Arbor. Misses May Keeler resumed her school in district No. 7 on Monday. Miss Katie Pierce, Lizzie Haeussler, Nelhe Oraits, and Amelia Jacobs are attending school at Grass Lake. Mrs. Fred Parmeter and danghter Janet, who have been spending the surnmer with Mr. and Mrs. R. K Fellows, have returned to their home in Elkhart, Ind. Lorenna Bowers lias returned froin a visit to her grand parents, Mr. aud Mrs. ftayinond, oi Reading. Nathan Pierce, of Lima, was in town recently and purchased three pure bred Rambouillet rams from the flock of James G. Pierce. Oonch G. Door has returned from Texas, where he went with a car load of rams. He reports a successful trip. It is reported tbat Richard DuBois has received an increase of pension. Mrs. B. J. Warrick and son, of Battle Creek, are visiting at A. T. Kirkwood's. Prof. J. G. Leland returned to bis school at Mt. VernoD, O., last week Mrs, Lelana and son will remain with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Campbell, until October. Miss Louise Uphaus, of Ann Arbor, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Uphaus. Mrs Harriet Bullard spent Snnday with Mr. aud Mrs Burrows. Mrs. Elruer Bowers has been entertaining her sister from Keadiug. Mrs. Herbert Dewey was in Detroit last week . Mrs. George L. Kuhl and daughters, Meitie and Cora.called 011 E. M. Pierce aud iamily on Sunday. Drs. Lynch and Thomas, of Mancnester, and Hyndman, of Norvell, were called to the house of Byron Kuhl on Sunday in consultation in the case of Mrs. August Klineschmidt. Charles Pardee is in Detroit and expects to remove there soon. Rev. Addes Lesson, a former Manchester boy, preached at the Center church on Sunday. George Walker attended Mifsion meeting in North Sharon on Sunday. Mrs. E. W. Orafts ís confined to the house by sickness. Mrs. E. M. Pierce was in MorveU on Monday. Mrs. Rachel DuBoin is visiting her daughter in Milan. Miss Mamie Paine was a caller in town on Snnday, Mrs. Ernest Panl in on the sick list, also Adolph Walter. Edward and Carrie Buss spent Sunday with their ancle, Daniel Waoker, of Lima. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Trolz, of Norvel, called on friends tere Sunday. Clinton Crocker, of Bndgewater, was ia town Sanday. Miss Florence Poncber, a student at the state normal college at Ypsilanti, wbo formerly taught the scnool in difctrict No. 6, cal'ed on friends here this week. Mrs. Philo Hall, of Perry, is visUing old neighbors in Sharon and Norvell.