G. E. Frye went to Toledo on Monday last on business. The net proceeds of the I. O. G. T. entertainment were $15. A sugar party will be given at E. C. Bortlett's on Saturday next for the benefit of the Sunday School. WEBSTER. Miss Mamie Phelps is very sick. Edwin Ball is renominated far supervisor. Mr. Timothy is convalescent from his serious hand. Mr. George Phelps is quite siok with inñammatory rheumatism. Everybody please remember Mrs. Lake's recital at the Congregational church Friday evening, March 30. Thursday evening Rev. Mr. Baumgardner gives his preparatory lecture preceeding the communion service next Sunday. Last Sunday evening, the delegates to the Detroit Christian Endeavor Convention gave reports. Webster will surely be stirred up now. DELHI ItHLLS. Mra. Slimmer's parents from Whitmoi-e Lake visited her on Easter Sunday. Miss Mary Roost is visiting her sister and other friends in Toledo for a few days. Mr. Ryan and wife and Mr. Kinquist and wife were called to North Lake last week by the death of their father, Mr. O'Connell. The Delhi Sunday School celebrated Easter Sunday by recitations by the children and remarks by the superintendent, appropriate for the day. The ladies had decorated the house very prettily and the girls printed mottos on the blackboard with colored chalks, whioh added greatly to the decorations. IMI ISIIII.II. Ralph Elsworth wandered into town Sunday. The cold wave came and everybody exclaimed "I told you so!" The damage done to fruit will probably be considerable. F. Hutzel and S. R. Crittenden were elected members of the executive committee for Pittsfield in the Farmers' Vigilance Association. C'. H. Roberts was elected treasurer. At the Republiuan caucus last Thursday the following men were placed in nomination : For supervisor, M. F. Case ; clerk, J. H. Webb; treasurer, F. H. Ticknor ; school inspector, .1. F. Webb ; highway commissioner, George Read. The Deinocrats held their caucus Monday and nominated for supervisor, John Fiegle ; clerk, C. H. Roberts ; treasurer, Hermann Rayer: school inspecto'r, V. C. Nichols: hiarhway commissioner. W"m. Miller. II I T TlOlti: LAKE. John Weber and his sister, Mollie, attended the funeral of their cousin in Francisco Sunday. Easter services wei'e appropriately observed in the M. E. church, Rev. Shier officiating. Mr. C. A. Pray and family, who have been visiting relatives here during the past two weeks, returned to their horne in Lansing on Monday. The five-year-old son of Thos. Coyle was kicked in the head by a horse on Wednesday. Dr. Smith was summoned and he is slowly recovering. Mrs. F. M. Lumbard has moved her cottage in the grove across from her residence. Anyone wishing to rent it during the summer can do so. Don't forget the Good Templara' "hard times" social Thursday evening at the residence of G. W. McCormie. Everybody come and wear his old clothes. Twenty-one jolly Good Templars climbed into somo "wagons" on Saturday evening and drove to Emery to attend an entertainment given by Emery lodge. The entertainment was very good and all enjoyed themselyes. Two young "ladies" and a "gent" carried on until they broke the spring of the seat, so they had to put up with the consequences and sit in the bottom of the wagon box. Good for them. A sad accident oceuirad here on Tuesday which cast a gloom over the whole community. Irving Field, while helping to saw wood with a buzz-saw, was killed by the bursting of the saw. He was terribly mangled, his arm being cut olí' at the shoulder joint and nose broken, eyes cut out and his head cut in many places. He was thirty-one years of age and leaves a wife and two little girls besides many other relatives and [rienda to mourn his loss. The funeral was held at the house on Friday under the auspices of the Maecabees and was largely attended. Rev. Shier ofticiated.