Whitmore Lake, Peb. Miss Nellie Stevens is spending a couple of weeks in Detroit wltb relatives and blenda. Mr. Du Pont, of Ann Arbor, was the gnest of T. Frank and Kale Taylor over Sunday. Dior Rorabacher made a business trip to Howell on Thursday. Tim Fahey, of Webster, has a íreak. It is a flve-legged lamb, it having tbree front legs. The third leg has three toes. ïhe sheet and piilow case social at J. G. Pray's on Frlday eveniug, in consequence of the stormy night was rather slimly attended. Mrs. Samuel Hammond is visiting relatives at South Lyon. James Nesbit has the contract for building a large up-to-date residence on the Pray addition for James Brokaw. lt will be situated on the lake front and is calculated to be the ünest residence in town. The material is now being placed on the ground from the J. G. Pray luinber yard. Candlemas day comes in dark, foggy and gloomy and Mr. Groundhog will be sharp if he gets a glimpse at his shadow. The Toledo Ice Co. are again at a standstill with their houses only half filled, owing to soft weatlier. Had this couipany used the Whitmore Lake laborers the same as they do the Toledo men they would now have their houses íilled. They pay Toledo men transporta tion both waya and pay them $1.50 and Whitmore Lake men $1.25, with the result that they are working short handed all the time. T. Frank Taylor made a flying business trip to Ann Arbor today. On Friday evening, Feb. 6, there will be a donation party at the Lake House for the benefit of the M. E. preacher. A cordial invitation is extended to all.