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Dexter Township

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Miss Maud Bar-ber is on the sick list. Mr. Campbell was here the fhstof the week. Mr. Rabbit was the guest of his sister on Thursday. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schieferstein, a son. T. Birkett is busy harvesting his fine erop of peaches. Ben Allen, of Pincl as a Dexter caller last week Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Alleywere in this place on Sunday. P. fcavey and family spent Sunday with relatives in Putnam. John Wall was atnong Ann Arbor Eriends onc day last weck. M. S. Cooit was in Ann Arbor on business last Thursday. Mrs. A. Voorhis entertained her sister, Mrs. Luick, Friday. Miss Harris was the Sunday guest of her brother at l'inckney. Tohn Pidd and familv are taining friends from abroad. H. Phelps, of Dexter, was in Pinckney one day last week. J. Vaughn was a Sunday visitor of his son, Olean, in this place. Mrs. Taylor and son, Will, spent Friday with Chelsea relatives. Mr. Glenn and son of North Lake called at this place, Saturday. Wirt Carpenter now spends all his leisure time resting in his new hammock. The farmers of this vicinity are somewhat backward in sowing their wheat. R. Flintoft, sister and niece,' spent Sunday with A. Taylor ;nu farnily. Will Dolan and sister, Clara, spent Friday with their Chelsea friends. Mr. Kent, and lady, of Webster, called on friends in this place on Sunday. Mrs. Joseph McGuinness entertained relatives from Pinckney, Sunday. The Misses Cora Warren and Mary Lee were Arm Arbor visitors, Thursday. A large crowd from this place attended the State fair at Lansing the past week. The family who occupied the brown house at Birkett have moved to Webster. Mr. Branch, of Stockbridge, spen a couple of days last week with friends here. Mrs. John Ledwedge, of Hamburg, visited with her mother in this place, Saturday. Wm. Cobb, sr. , with his son, Wm, anti wife, spent Monday with relatives at Jackson. John Becker is now proprietor of the Parlor barber shop, which was opened Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James Hall, of East Putnam, Sundayed with relatives in this place. Miss Mate Cobb had the pleasure of entertaining friends from Ann Arbor over Sunday. E. Jedele and P. Sloan made a business trip to Pinckney one day the last of the week. Mrs. Wm. Carpenter has returned home after a few days' visitwith her parents at Pettysville. Patrick Fleming and family have been entertaining rclatives from abroad the past week. Mrs. E. Howard has been enjoying a visit with her mother from Detroit for a few days. Mrs. Story, with lier son and daughter, visited in Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti on Thursday. Jay Shelean, of Hamburg, accompanied by his lady friend, attended church at Dexter last Sunday. Mr. Stabler and children, of Four Mile Lake, spent Sunday with John Haab and family, of Webster. Mrs. Arthur Miller and baby returned, Friday, after a week's visit with her parents at Grass lake. Mr. McKinder and little daughter, of Battle Creek, are the guests of relatives here for a few days. Mr. T. McComb, wife and mother, Mr. Charles Downing, wife and daughter, spent Sunday with Webster friends. Mis. George Flintoft and sons, George and Steve, of Hamburg, spent Sunday with A. Taylor and family. Joseph Alger's house in Dexter village was robbed of seventy-fi ve dollars last Friday night by some sneak thieves. Alanson Yanordan, who has been living with H. McCabe the past year, has gone to Ann Arbor to live with his father. The red school house in this place is undergoing extensive repairs, but will be finished for school to begin on Monday. Miss Sarah Taylor left Sunday to accompany her grand-mother, Mrs. R. Flintoft, of Northfield, when they will leave for Lansing to spend a few days with relatives. E. A. Goodwin has commenced teaching school in District No. 3 this week, this being his third term here. Success to you, Austin. Miss Eva Hill, of Portage Point, and Miss Kitty Irwin, of Ann Arbor, spent Wednesday and Thursday of last week with Miss Myrfa Taylor. A band of Turks has been travelling through the country and stopping at the farmers' houses with their five performing bears and furnishing some fine banjo music while the bears danced.


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