Frank Erwin was in Putnam, Friday. More wedding bells in the near future. Henry Neel visited Ann Arbor last week. H. Schieferstein was in Ann Arbor last week. John Walsh was at the county seat, Tuesday. S. Sackett and friend visited Ann Arbor, Tuesday. John Gallagher was a Pinckuey visitor, Wednesday. Wirt Carpenter spent Sunday with friends in Pinckney. ■ T. Agin and A. Flintoft spent Seturday at Anderson. G. Lamberson, of Hamburg, was in this place, Monday. Mr. Johnson and family have moved from this place. Mr. Ruen, of Pinckney, made us a short cali Wednesday. The Misses Clark, of Silver Lake, visited friends Monday. John Curtís has purchased a house and lot in Podunk. Miss Rose Cope, of Ypsilanti, is teaching in district No. 8. Mr. and Mrs. W. Henry spent Sunday with friends here. Geo. Smith was in Pinckney on business one day last week. Chas. Voorhis and lady friend were in Ypsilanti, Saturday. School has opened in district No. 4 with Miss A. Cope teacher. D. Quish has made great improvements on his residence. James Lyman was the guest of friends in Pinckuey, Saturday. Miss Nellie Ryan, of Silver Lake spent Saturday with her friend. T. McComb and family entertain ed friends from abroad Friday. C. Lane, of yRichmond, Va., i; visiting his mother and brother. John Schieferstein, jr., will soon engage in the sale of machinery. Marian Alley has returned fron: Ohio, after several months' stay. Mrs. Hall now occupies the housí recently vacated by C. Stannard. Messrs. Hugh and James McCabe were in Ann Arbor last Saturday. Fred Stabler, of Fosters, was with friends here last Wednesday. P. Farnham, of Pinckney, passed Sunday with friends in this place. Mrs. McClain and daughter and friend spent Sunday with her father. George Kiltz, of Ann Arbor, has been with his cousins the past few days. Mrs. P. Lavey was with her many friends in Chelsea one day last week. Miss Ola Stockford spent Saturday and Sunday with her cousins in Lima . H. Butler spent the last of the week with friends at Birkett and Hudson. Mr. and Mrs. Butler were with their many Ann Arbor friends, Tuesday. Mrs. C. Carpenter and Miss C. Carpenter were in Ann Arbor, Thursday. Miss Lottie Schmid will leave in a few days for Saline, to spend a few weeks. A band of Gypsies have been camping in D. Smith's' grove near the village. George Clark, of Putnam, js hauling potatoes to our village at 75 ets. per bushel. Mrs. H. McCabe and daughter were with relatives in Northfield last Sunday. James Lavey, of Jackson, spent several days of this week with his brothers here. Jonn McCabe and family had a number of their relatives dine with them Sunday. Mrs. B. Green will leave in a few days for Chicago, where she will spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Straith and family, of Howard City, have moved on their farm here. Mrs. Josepn Bowler returned Saturday, after several days' stay with relatives in Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. E. Servess and daughter, of Ann Arbor, spent Sunday with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Allen have been entertaining their daughters from Chicago and 'Detroit. A. Pidd returned Tuesday from Ypsilanti, where he had spent several days with his daughter. Mr. Downer and friend, of Chelsea, passed through here on Monday, on their way to Howell. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Schoen had the pleasure of entertaining some of their friends one day last week. Mrs. A. Voorhis and grandson, Ernest, were guests of her sister in Lima Center the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. D. Crossley and son, of Stockbridge, spent Saturday and Sundoy with their aunt here. John Pidd and Clarence Carpenter were with. friends in Dansville and vicinity Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. M. Story and daughter, Miss Mary, were the guests of her brother in Ann Arbor, the first of the week. Mrs. Simpson returned home Friday eveniag, after spending the winter with her daughter in Kansas. The newly organized Auxiliary of St. James church held their first afternoon tea with Mrs. H. C. Gregory. Harry Ayers, of Detroit, formerly of this place, was married to Miss Musa Nash, of Pinckney, last Wednesday, at the home of the bride's parents. They will reside in Detroit. Married, Wednesday, April 12, at the home of the bride's parents in Dexter village, Miss Emma Sackett and Squire T. Lockwood, Rev. F. E. Pearce performing the ceremony. The home of Walter Reade, in Webster, was the scène of a very pretty wedding, Thursday, April 6. The contracting parties were Miss Julia A. Reade, of this place, and Mr. William Wylis, of Marión, the Rev. W. G. Stevens, of the M. E. church of Pinckney officiating.