A new sign over the Post-Office. The Presbyterian social at Orrin Parsons yielded the society $9.60. Two of A. D. Crittenden's children have scarlet fever both are doing well. Mrs. W. Barnard, of Lansing, is visiting her brother E. R. Aldrich and family tlils week. A surprise party held forth at J. B. Liashier's last Tuesday eve. One also at J. H. Barr's Wednesday eve. Norman A. Wood has rented the L. D. Wheeler farm for three years with privilege of buying, so we understand. Mrs. R. W. Mills, Mr. and Mrs. H. McMichael, A. B. VanDuzer and G. B. Willard were Ann Arbor visitors Monday. Mrs. Lizzie Westcott, of Grand Rapids, is visiting her cousin G. B. Mason and family. She was formerly of this place. The M. E. society hold an Anniversary service at their church next Sabbath eve. And a Tea party at opera hall Monday eve. Miss Hattie Brown, ot Jackson, has been visiting Mrs. Eri. Brainard, Miss Estella Tate and other relatives for a few days past. The remains of Mrs. E . R. Aldrich will be removed from the Lodi vault, to the Saline cemetery Thursday for interrment. Ernest C. Hill visited friends in Flint last week. He brought a "Star" bicycle home for his brother Theodore. This is the first "Star" in town. Victor Sturm went to Ana Arbor Monday to look at bicycles. The result was he rode a Light Champion home. Elmer Rouse is local agent ior Saline. Charlie R. Parsons has gone to Detroit as bookkeeper in a wholesale hardware house. He finished a course in Cleary's business college recently. Success to you Charlie., The High School scholars made Miss Anna Cobb a surprising visit last Friday night. They had such a good time that the small hours of the night found them in high glee.