"Will TIull was home from Walkerville over Sunday. School closes Friday for a vacation of one week. The Democrats will hold their township caucus tomorrow. E. Goidrichof Homer, was greeting friends in tovvn the tirst of the week. Gilbert Ilurd has rented his farm, but will continue to occupy the house. Edward DePuy has leised his farm to Everet Bussel," who will take possession soon. M'sses Carrie dillen and Bertha Schairer spent Saturday and Sunday in Tecumseh. Ira Turner had a largely attended luction last Saturday. He" expects to nove to Cleveland. Miss Minnie Schroen invited in a lumber of her friends to a birthday ?arty last Friday night. ïhe Eligh school juniors are preparng hard for the annual exhibition, ivhich will 0C3ur April 16. The Baptist Ladies' Aid society will meet this afternoon with Mrs. iietta La Rue. Supper will be served. Prof. DeWitt, Democratie nominee !or commissioner of schools, was in ;own Saturday looking after his politial interests. F. H. Best, who for several years has onducted a confectionery and bakery, ïas moved to New York state, leaving 10 successor here. Misses Donni LaRue and Melissa ilull are haying vacation now. Miss Florence Briggs returned to her duties n the Pittsfield district Monday. Mrs. Alfred Miller gaye a 7 o'clock upper Tuesday to a limited company )f invited guests. It was given in ïonor of her sister, Mrs. Squires. The lieading Circle is reported to ïave had an especially inieresting meeting last tíaturday. Each member gave a report on the topic assigned. ïtecitations and music fofmed a part of the exercises. A large number of visitors were present. The creamery enterprise is making a desperate effort to keep its head above water. The necessary subscriptions are still lacking, but a meeting, and robably the last, is advertised for L'hursday, at which a number are ex)ected to increase their pledges suficiently to insure the success of the enterprise. The local Mozart Male quartet will give a musical entertainment in the opera house tonight. They will be asistedby Ilerbert L. Cope," impersona,or and monologist, and an Italian ïarpist of Chicago. The quartet ex)ects to appear in adjoining towns shortly. The voices in thiswell known quartet are A. F. Clark, Preston Kouse, Chas. Bassett and Chas. Herbert.