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Miss Ilaab is the guest of her sister n Sciö. A. Collins is visiting his paren ts in Albion. II. Cobb, of Tinckney, was a Sunday isitor here.j Will Curlett and wife spent Sunday n Pinckney. P. Lavey was with friends in Pincfcey, Thursday. B. H. Glenn is spending the week in ew York City. J. Brenner was at the county seat ne day last week. P. Fleming was in Pinckney on busness, last Saturday. J. Hall and daughter, of Putnam, ■ere here Saturday. Mrs. Wm. Gregory and friend spent Triday at Silver Lake. Harry Mc Guinness started Monday vening tor California. Mrs. H. W. Newkirk is entertaining elatives froin the east, Wm. Carpenter and family enterained friends on Sunday. Charles Van Riper and wife have eén visiting in Ontonaga. A. Pidd was the guest of friends in n Northfield last Monday. James Walsh and son, of Podunk, pent Sunday with friends. John McComb. of Ohio, is spending a few days with his parents. James and Will Gregory were with friends in Marión, Saturday. Norman Keason aud mother, of 'inckney, spent Tuesday here. Frank Wheeler and wife and son pent Saturday in Ann Arbor. Mrs. R. Gerarity was among her Ann Arbor íriends on Wednesday. Charles Chamberlain made a business trip to Pinckney, Tuesday. Mrs. Puliver was called to Webster to see a sick brother last week. A. Fhelps and sister have been spending a few days at Milford. Bertha Spooner has removed her naillinery shop over the new bank. Miss LiUie Neeb, of Ann Arbor, is visiting her cousins for a few days. Ellis Alley and chum, of Brighton, pent Sunday with Dexter friends. Mrs. Will Valentine, of Hamburg, pent Wednesday with her parents. G. C. Pageor has returned from a isit with íriends in Ingham county. A. Burke and wife and sons, of Vorthfleld, spent Sunday in this place. Mr, Keiler, of Ypsilanti, has been he guest of his brother the past few as. George Taylor and wife and daugher, Miss Ruth, of Lima, spent Sunday with their cousins. Mrs. R. Erwin and Mis. William1 Carpenter visited their Pettysville 'riends, Wednesday.


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