Mrs. Vernon isentertainingfriends from Waterloo. Mike Fohey, of Pinckney, spent Sunday in this place. Decoration day was observed at the Hudson cemetery. Jay Shehan, of Hamburg, spent Sunday with Nick Reid. George Reade is erecting a fine new windmill on his farm. Nicholas Reid was in Pinckney on business the last of the week. Miss Kate McCabe spent the latter part of the week in Ypsilanti. Dexter village has a new barber shop, with Wm. Potter proprietor. James Hall and wife, of Putnam, were among Dexter friends, Saturday. John McGuinness, of Pinckney, made a short cali on friends Monday. James Hooker and sister, of Pinckney, spent Sunday with friends tiere. MissEtta Stevens, of Stockbridge, is spending a few days with friends here. Henry Flemming and sister, Miss N"ellie, were Ann Arbor visitors, on Monday. Mrs. Wm. Birkett, of Petoskey, is staying with her mother, who is quite siok. Rev. Wm. Galpin, of Ishpeming, preached in St. James' Episcopal church in Dexter village on Sunday. E. H. Carpenter left last Wednesday for a trip through the northern part of the state to seek a position as a book-keeper. Mrs. Emil Staebler died at her home on Monday afternoon. Funeral services were held at the Lutheran church in Dexter village, Thursday morning.