Frank Carpenter lost a vaiuaDie cOw last week. T. Birkett was a Stockbridge visitor, Thursday. James Reilly was in Chelsea on business, Saturday. A party of Ann Arborites were at the lakes, Sunday. E. Croarkin and wife spent Monday in Ann Arbor. JL C. Reeve was in Ann Arbor on business, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. T. McComb Sundayed with Webster friends. John L. Smith made a cali on Ann Arbor friends, Monday. M. Cook visited with his many Ann Arbor friends on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. Erwin are enjoying a visit from Jackson friends. Miss Hattie Lucas spent the last of the week with friends in Ann Arbor. Mrs. Joseph Bowler is entertaining her sister from Detroit for a few days. Jacob Krause, of Scio, was among old friends here, the last of the week. Burt Hooker, of Pinckney, spent Sunday with Wirt Carpenter of this place. J. Schultz and wife, of North Lake, Sundayed with her sister in this place. Those on the sick list are Mrs. A. Barber and Mrs. Charles Carpenter, sr. Miss Edith Vaughn, of Pinckney, is the guest of her uncle and family of this place. A new family has moved into one of Mr. Birkett's tenant houses. Name unknown. James Lyman, of Pinckney, was in this place, Friday, shaking hands with old friends. Chas. Carpenter was the guest of his sons in Ann Arbor the latter part of the week. Will Meade, of Ypsilanti, is spendine a few weeks with J. her of this place. Mrs. T. Vernon is entertaining her friend, Miss Josie May, of Unadilla, for a few days. Mr. H. Butler, after a three weeks' visit in Ypsilanti, has returned to this place. John Schieferstein, jr., spent Sunday .with his most intímate friend in Ann Arbor. Miss Mate Cobb has returned home after several weeks' visit with her sisters at Jackson. Sam and Otto Andrews are entertaining their cousin from Ann Arbor, during his vacation. Miss Myrtella Reason and sister, of Putnam, spent Saturday with their friend in this place. Mrs. Wm. Green, of Jackson, was' the guest of her uncle, Byron Green and family, the past week. Chas. Schoen and family drove over to Fredonia last Saturday and spent a few days with relatives there. James Fields, formerly of Unadilla, but now of Alpena, is enjoying a visit with his old Dexter friends. Mrs. Story and family had the pleasure of entertaining her brother and wife from Ann Arbor one day last week. Dexter's new cheese factory will open the middle of next week with Spooner Bro's and Frank Smith as proprietors. A number of the young people from Dexter village and vicinity enjoyed the fresh breezes of Portage lake on Saturday. Miss Loa Pierce after a six months' stay with her uncle and family, of this place, has returned to her home at Portland. Mrs. Caffrey, a former resident of this place, died at her home in Kansas City, Mo. Her remains were brought to Pinckney last week. Among those who left last Saturday for Denver, Colorado, to attend the Knight Templar meeting are Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Cook and Miss Clara Phelps. Mr. T. Birkett took charge of his flouring mili in Dexter village last Thursday morning. There is no doubt but what Mr. B. will make a sure success of it.