A grange meeting will be held at ï. A. Nordman's, March 20. Willie Wedemeyer, lit, U. of M., pent Sunday with his mother. There will be a match social at O. C. Burkhart's, on Wednesday evenng, March 18, under the auspices of the telephone association, P. oí I. A cordial invitation is extended to all. The remains of Walter Besley were interred in the Clements buryng ground last Friday. Mr. Besley was an únele of W. H. Dancer, and was formerly a resident of Lima. ie died in St. Louis, Mo., aged eventy-three. Frank Buchanan, critic for last Saturday night's lyceum, was a good one. He thought the law ex:ending to the old country as stated y one of the debaters must be a long one, to say nothing of the readth.