Mayor Beakes of Aan Arbor was in town Tnesday. Mrs. F. Krum of Hamilton, Ont., and Miss Mariam Street of Albany, N. Y., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Kowe of Sylvan. Mrs. G. S. Hartom of Battle Creek, who has spent the summer with her pister, Mrs. Dr. Fay, left for home last Monday. Geo. Fallen of Detroit spent the first threedays of this week among his Chelee friends. Mrs. Crafts of Sharon is being visited his week by her sister, Mrs. Lawrencf, and her daughter, Mrs.Crowell, ol'Chelsea. O. T. Hoover, compositor on the Jack son Citizen, spent the first three days of the week with his parents here. Prof Loomis, our former high school principal, spent Monday here on his way to Aun Arbor to enter the medical dej artment of the U. of M. Our fair had a cold time of it last week. Rev. J. E. Reilly left last Thursday 'or his new field of labor at Dundee, Illinois. Frank McNamara has moved to Traverse City. Dr. C. E. Fay had a professional cali ;o Detroit Tuesday. William Alonzo Goodyear, one of Uhelsea'sgojd boys, aged 18 years and fourrnonths, in perfect health apparenty laBt Friday n ight, was found unconecious in his bed on Saturday morning, and died at 2 o'clock p. m. of the fama day. Cause, apoplexy. Wilie was an only son ; not oniy the oride and hope of his parents and sister, but beloved by all who knew him. The esteem in which he was held and the sympathy of this entire community for the stricken family, were impressively ehown on Tuesday by the large attendance at the services, crowding the M. E. church to its utmost capacity. Judge A.T. Gorton and wife of Waterloo took the train here Wedaesday morning, on their their way to Los Angeles, Cal.