Freddie Nissley now rides a bycicle. Geo. Gross spent Sunday with his family. J. W. Huil was in Burr Oak the first of the week, on business. J. Sturm and tJ. E. Rogéis made a business trip to Milan, Monday. H Collum, after a long and serious illness, is able to set up part of the time. H. T. Nichols and family have been spending a few days at Devil's Lake. E. E. Rouse made a business trip to Benton Harbor the first of the week. Miss Blanrhe Smith, of Clifton, visited Miss Vesta Mills the first ot the week. There promises to be an unusually large erop of potatoes in this section this season. Ed. G. Berdan returned to Chicago, Monday, after spending a week here with his mother. D. Nissley has sold 75 bushels of strawberries this season. Notavery small business for one man. Mr. Geo. Caldwell and bride, of Buchanan, visited his parents, Rev. Mr. and Mis. W. E. Caldwell, this week. Misses A. and B. Upson, of Ann Arbor, accompanied by Dr. Lacy, called on friends here last Sunday afternoon. Mis. A. G. Lawrence and son, Donnie, returned from South Lyon, Monday, where they had been visiting; her husband. There will be a Sunday school convention held in Union school hall, Sunday, July 2C)th. Each of the three Sunday schools here will furnish an equal amount of entertainment in the line oí essays, readings, music, etc. A foreign speaker will be secured. There will be three sessions, morning, afternoon and evening. That which might have proved a serious accident, bsfell fiveladies and three chil.dren, of Ana Arbor, just west of town, last Saturday artenoon. The horse hitched to the head buggy became frightened and backed into the iollowing horse and buggy crowding it over the embankment, throwing the occupants out. One lady was somewhat hurt and verv much scared by coming beneath the vehicle in its dovvnward descent. Names are not given, by request.