Dixboro. Our superintendent, P. Nickols was able to be out Sunday. Mr. Johnson's friends will be glad to learn he will soon be among them again. Freeman Galpin and wife were making friendly calis last Thursday in our little village. Mrs. J. H. Cowan and her iittle daughter, Bessie, visited Mrs. James Bush the past week. Ransom Shuart can be seen daily wending his way to the store with a basket on his arm. Good poultry pays. Remember the literary social, Saturday, February 21. Don't fai to come and see what home talent can do. The ladies of the M. E. church will hold a New England supper at the home of Arthur Covert, Friday evening, Feb. 13; tickets 25 cents. All come. Mrs. Frank Bush had some very handsome plants and was desirous of showing them off to better advantage by removing them to a west window but as it was an exceedingly cold night, the old saying, "pride takes a fall," proved true in this case, as her good man carried them down cellar the next day, amid a shower of tears.