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Dexter Township

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Mrs. P. Seper is on the sick list. T. Birkett is repairing his tenants' houses. E. H. Carpentcr is in Detroit on business. John Bell, of Birkett, lost a horse last week. John Harris, of Pinckney, was in Dexter last week. 1. Chamberlain was an Ann Arbor caller Satunlay. Frank Lavey is spending the winter at Traverse City. William Vanordan, of Ann Arbor, called on old friends Sunday. H. L Stoup, of Ypsilanti, was in Hudson on business last week. A dance, with a big crowd, at George Holmes', Friday night. Mr. Finkbeiner, of Lima Centre, spent Sunday with J. Schieferstein, Jr. Miss Bertha Spooner, of Detroit, is to open a millinery store in Dexter. Joseph McGuinness, after severa! weeks' sickness, is able to be out again. Mr. and Mrs. A. Taylor spent Sunday with Thomas Taylor near Chelsea. J. Schieferstein, Sr., has purchased the Vinkle property in Dexter village. Mr. and Mrs. Mowers have returned home after several weeks' visit with friends in the east. Mrs. Minnie McCluskey and sister, Miss Armstrong, visited her aunt, Mrs. Hugh McCabe, last week. Clarence Carpenter, of Hudson, contemplates buying the twenty acres of marsh owned by John Gutekunst. H. J. Rogers, of Dexter, is fitting up a store for the purpose of manufacturing cigars andwill employ several men. The swell affair of the season was a select party' of about thirty couples held at the residence of William D. Smith, last Friday evening, in which dancing and card playing were indulged in until a late hour. Music was furnished by the Dexter orchestra. Refreshments were served and all spent a very pleasant evening. William Stevens died Sunday morning, Keb. 7th, of pneumonĂ­a, at his home near Birkett, in his seventy-fifth year. He leaves a wife and two daughters to mourn his loss. Funeral services were held at the residence on Tuesday, Rev. O. !!. Thurston officiating. -Xhi :! 'm the cemetery at iludson.


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