Clarence Carpenter lost a valuable :ow last week. George Clark, of Putnam was ïere Wednesday. Mr. Glover, of West Putnam, :alled here Saturday. A. Lavey and son spent Thurslay with Delhi friends. Samson Parker is" soon to become i resident of Ann Arbor. Mrs. Spooner and family now oc:upy the Hawks residence. Wirt Newkirk, of Lansing, spent sunday with his family. Mrs. Wm. Hooker, of Pinckney, rislted friends, Thursday. F. Dunlavey and son visited Ann Vrbor ohe day last week. Mr. Martin, of Chelsea, made us i pleasant calí Thursday. M. Robius has been with friends n Ypsilanti for a few days. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Carlenter, a son, Feb. 11, 1893. Messrs. Mead and Mowers were Vnn Arbor visitors Thursday. The Dolans were called to Silver ake to attend a sick relative. Miss Myrtella Reason', of Pinckïey, has a large class here in music. J. Conklin is making his parents l visit befor? leaving for the north. Miss Mate Cobb had the pleasure )f entertaining her friend last Sunlay. Burt Carpenter has been at Ann Krbor with his brothers the past few lays. Maurice Kves, of Wayne, was the ;uest of his brother the last of the veek . Chris. Brogan, of Marión, spent Vednesday and Thursday with relttives. Mr. Brenner and friends, of Ann Vrbor, visited with old associates on vlonday. G. W. Carpenter was the Sunday ;uest of his most intímate friend in 'inckney. Mr. and Mrs. Yearance, of Lima, pent Wednesday with T. McComb nd family. The next meeting of the Literary lub will be held at the residence of lrs. Higgins. A class in Germán has been or;anized in the village with Rev. iaag teacher. Miss Mary Taylor spent several :lays of the past week withher sister n Ann Arbor. George Bell will sell his farming implements at public aaction, Satrday, Feb. 25. E. Benedict has returned after everal weeks stay in the northern art of the state. Plans are being made for the new machine shops that are to be built n Dexter village The Ladies Aid society of the baptist church met with Mrs. T. Smith, Wednesday. Mr. Stabler, of Chelsea, was here o attend the funeral of his fathern-law on Monday. Mrs. Geo. Benton has so far recovered from her severe illness that he is able to be out. Miss Sarah Taylor. has entered he second semester at the School of Music at Ann Arbor. H. f. Rogers and wife returned Monday, after several weeks' stay with relatives in New York. Will and Burt Taylor spent Saturday and Sunday with their cousins n the township of Hamburg. It is reported that Story Brothers ïas rented D. Heli's farm, and will take possession of it in the near future. After the blizzard on Sunday the farmers were obliged to move out and clear the highway so as to make the road passable. W. J. Keal has re%ted his new store to J. H. Murdock and Miss Bertha Spooner,and it will be opened April first with a f uil line of goods. The pulp mul at Hudson is booming. lt lias the largest amount of wood that has been drawn for years, a good share of it being drawn upwards of twenty miles. Mrs. E. H. Carpenter has issued bilis for the sale of personal property to take place on her farm next Tuesday, Feb. 28. Frank Ives, of U nadilla, auctioneér. The sale begins at 9:30 a. ra. Mr. John Haab died Friday morning, Feb. 17, at the hospital in Detroit, where he had gone for treatment of a cáncer. His remains were brought to his home on the evening train, and he was buried on Monday from the Lutheran church, at 10:30 a. m. Mr. Haab was a good neighbor and respected by all who knew him. He lea ves a wife and several children to mourn bis departure.