L. E. Guiñan spent Sunday in Adrián. Mike Rank, of Fiancisco, spent Sunday here. Clarence Jones, of Norvell, spent Sunday here. Lambert Klinesmith lost a valuable covv Sunday. Invitations are out for the Schiller and Yost wedding for Thursday. B. F. Guiñan is teaching a few days this week as his sister's substitute. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kirchgessner, of Manchester, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Guiñan, Sunday. Miss Addie Westfall, of Lima, died at the residence of Godfrey Eiseman last Thursday night. The funeral was held at Lima Center. Over fifty of her scholars from here attended in a body. I.T00 late ior last week. ] Sheep shearing is now in full blast. Mr. Huehl's new barn is completed. Matt Guiñan spent Sunday in Chelsea. The roads are now good, bad and indifferent Mr. C. E. Jones, of Norvell, spends every altérnate Sunday here lately. Grandpa Klinesmith died Monday night of oíd age. He was 86 years of age. Mr. and Mrs. J.Esch vvere made happy by the arrival of another boancing boy. Mr. and Mrs. John Kress of Ann Arbor, visited relatives here, a few flavs last week. Miss Amelia Pfitzenmaier, of Chicago, arnved here Tuesday. She will remain an indefinite time the guest of relatives and friends. No more school at Roger's Corners this spring. The teacher, Miss Westfall, of Lima, is very sick. It is feared she will never recover. Emanuel, the oldest son of Mr. md Mrs. Gottlieb Hieber, died last week after a painful illness of only two days. Emanuel was a bright active little boy and will be greatly missed by all who knew him.