Mr. Sam Brown, of Grand Rapids, is in town shaking hands with oíd friends. Miss Ida Webb started Tuesday for Norwalk, Ohio, to visit her niece, Mis. W. A. Farmer. Mrs. M. H. Webb, of Battle Creek, and Mis. Will Edcíy, of Ypsilanti, visited friends in town the present week. Miss Allie Lowden, who has been visiting her aunt, Mis. Hawkins, leaves for her home in Iowa this week. Mr. William Clark, a young man of Saline village, who has been very sick for some time, died Tuesday night at seven o'clock. It was quite an imposing sight to see nearly two hundred men on their wheels passing through here on Tuesday last on their way around the triangle. Some of the Saline boys accompanied them. Mr. John V". Huil, who has been in the hardware business for the last twenty-two years, has exchanged his store and stock of goods for a fine 300-acre farm on what is called Burr Oak plains. John has been a live business man. May the one taking his place fill it. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Smith met with quite an accident on Adrián street last week, which was caused by the hurse they were driving getting frightened and upsetting the carriage. Mr. and Mrs. Smith escaped with some slight bruises. The carriage was somewhat broken .