Mrs. M. F. Clements is suffering from a severe cold. J.H. Cowan and wife were calling upon friends yesterday. F. Rush and wife took dinner Tuesday with Theron Wyckoff, of Salem. Miss Vira Camp gave a party to about fifty of her young friends, Tuesday evening. Robert Shankland is visiting his cousin, Prof. Root, and wife of the Cleary Business College. Miss Lydia Hamby returned today from Ypsilanti where she has been spending a few days. The cottage prayer meeting held at Aaron Campbell's last evening was well attended, about thirty being present. Mrs. Freeman Shuart is spending a few days in Salem with her sister, Mrs. Cook, who is very sick with congestión of the lungs. The ladies aid society having several dollars on hand will let it to some responsible person. For further particulars inquire of the treasurer. Frank Rush talks of erecting a cheese factory. If his cows do as well in the future as in the past, it will be a great benefit to him as well as others. P. L. Townsend our teacher, met with quite a painful accident, dislocating his ankle, but by the use of a cañe he manageshis school fully as well if not better than bef ore. Maurice Galpin has the sympathy of his friends in his sad affliction. He had called a sick neighbor, and as he stood silently looking without a moments warning everything looked black and seemed about four times it natural size. He says the longer he looked the blacker and larger things grew until his eyes failed him entirely.