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Airs. Wygant is quite ill at this writing. F. Stablcr, of Foster, visited here last Friday. A. Davis spent Tuesday with Ann Arbor friends. A. Pidd was at Unadilla, Friday, to visit a friend. Dick Bell was at the county seat on busiuess, Friday. Tom Murray was among Chelsea friends on Thursday. Will Taylor and sister were at Chelsea, last Thursday. Frank Carpenter took a trip to Lyndon Center, Friday. Wirt Carpenter was with friends at Stockbridge, Thursday. G. Reade and daughter were with Ann Arbor friends, Friday. Mrs. Swift is quite ill with but little hopes of her recovery. John Doody made a rlying trip to Ann Arbor, last Wednesday. Mr. Litchfield, of Delhi, mausde a pleasant cali, Wednesday. T. McGuinness made a business trip to Chelsea, on Thursday. Frank Erwin entertained his cousin from abroad, last week. Postmaster Ball and wife spent Sunday with their friends here. Mr. Farnham, of Putnam, made a business trip here on Monday. Miss Ione Stannard, M. D. , is now practicing medicine in Ohio. Representative Newkirk made a short cali on his family on Sunday. J. H. Hooker and sister Maude were Sunday visitors at the Carpenters. The Messrs. Stoll were with their many friends in Sylvan on Thursday. Chas. Carpenter, of Ann Arbor, visited his parents two days of last week. Mrs. Carrie Seper was with friends in Detroit several days of the past week. T. McQuillan and wife were Sunday guests of. relatives near Ann Arbor. It is rumored that T. Birkett will soon become a resident of Dexter vil lage. Henry Stoup, of - Ypsilanti, was here lobking after his interest in the pulp mili. E. Benedict will leave in a short time for Chicago, to spend the coming summer. Messrs. Brown, of Putnam, passed through here, Tuesday, on their way to Ann Arbor. James McCebe and mo'ther spent Wednesday with her sister near Whitmore Lake. Mr. and Mrs. A. Taylor visited their parents in Northfield, Saturday and Sunday. The temperance meeting at the opera house, last Friday evening, was fairly attended. Miss Blanohe Cushman atteaded a party at her cousins in Chelsea, Wednesday evening. Fred Warner and Mrs. P. L. Smith returned, Saturday, after a vveek's stay at Howéll. Mr. and Mrs. Adams entertained rclatives from Manchester sevcral days of the past week. Mrs. Chas. McGilvary, of Jackson, was the guest of her brother and family last week. Miss C. Carpenter was entertained by her friend in Pinckney several days of the past week. H. Ide and wife have returned home after several weeks visit with their daughter in Chicago. The Ladies Aid society of the Baptist church, will meet with Mrs. Frank Preston, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ballore and family entertained relatives from Northfield one day last week. Miss Eva Hill accompanied her teacher, Miss Reason, to Pettysville, Wednesday, to visit the school. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Cook gave a pedro party to a number of invited guests last Wednesday evening. Will Arnold a brakeman on the M. C. railroad had his right foot badly crushed at Ypsilanti on Sunday. Mrs. James Henry and daughter, Miss Myrtle, of Pettysville, was with their many friends one day last week. Rev. Father Fleming was at Pinckney, Sunday and Monday, to issist in the forty hour devotion in St. Mary's church. Mr. and Mrs. G. Reason and iaughter, Miss Daisy, of Pinckney, passed through here, Thursday, on their way to Ann Arbor to visit his sister and family on Fountain street.


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