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Charles Dwyer was here on busiĆ­ess a few days last week. John Bohnet, of Chelsea, wasvisiting friends here last week. A dance at Wm. Smith's on Friday, Feb. 5th, was well attended. E. Beck's saloon was closed Frlday by the sheriff on account of a note not bcing paid when it became iue. George Vinkle has sold his house and lot on B. st. to Mr. John Schieferstein, sr. George has been working in Port Huron for some time. John O. Thompson, editor of the Dexter News, and Miss Mary Harrington, both of Dexter, were married Jan. 30U1, at the house of the bride's rnother. H. J. Rogers will soon start a cigar factory here. He has rented the Smith store and will use both stones for his business, which will give employment to five or six men. Reider Bros. have moved Bilby's old shop back and will soon begin building their carriage repository and work shop, which will front on the street. D. L. Sackett is doing the carpenter work. B F Arksey will soon move in his building which bas just been vacated by Reider Bros. Mr. Arksey intends to gointothe carnage business agam. Mr. Fisk, an expert horseshoer, will occupy the basement.