1). I5H1 spent Siinday withhislludson ! frién'ds. Niek K"iil etitcrtaïned his cluan the paat week, Mr. .Sales entertaiued friends the tlrst e f' tin' week. ; Mr. Wiiliiuns and wife enterbained frienda tlns week. . iliijíli Quilín spent several days in. Poiiimk last week. Mrs F. Oarpenter erttertained her. brothei'ü last week. Will Counter, oí Jaekson, is the; jollest of his cousins. Chas. Stannard and family speut Monday iu Piuokuey. John Mclntee has boen the guest of 'rieuds the past week. II. D. Mowers, of Pinckney, made us d pleasant cali, Friday. E. Croarkin vvilll open a new clothnig store in our villaje. Norman Reason, of Pinckney, was liere one day last week. Will Thurston and sister visited Ann Arbor frientls last week. Mrs. McQuillan and baby visited in Lodi the last of the week. Mr. Wheeler and wife, of South Putnam, spent Saturday here. A series of lectures is boing held at the opera house this week. Geo. Culy, of Hamburg, was here on business one day last week. Busiuess called B. Hooker, of Pettysville, to this place Saturday. Mrs. F. Schulths enjoyed a visit from her daughter the past week. John Gregory made his qoimtry friends a short cali, Monday Thomas McComb entertained his nephew several days last week. John Roberts and daughter visited in Chelsea the flrst of the week. Itay Buckalew has purchased his grandfather's farru in Webster. Dan Sackett and wife was the guest of Pinckney relatives last week. John Firtle was looking after old friends in this vicinity last week. Mr. Whitehead intends moving on the Wilson farm, near Anderson. L. D. Alley and wife spent several days of last week in Livingston Co. James Lyman entertained his son froin Jackson the first of the week. L. C. Rodraan willerect a large.basemeut barn oq his farm next spring. Frank and Carrie Brwin are entertaining their cousin for a few days. Mrs. E. Serviss, of Ann Arbor, visited her mother Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Curlett and friend were entertained by Pinckney friends, Saturday. The Misses Dolan, of Pinckney, spent Wednesday with their cousins. The most punctual man on earth is the tax collector. He's always on time. Mr. Sly is soon to take posession of Richard McQuillan's farm at North L'ike. i Iney Thurston gave the young peo pie a dance Friday evening at his Uomd. M ra. John McCabe andfamily entertai,ed some of their relatives last Saturday. It is reported that Geo. Speigelberg and Camily will move to Chelsea' in the spring. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Stanton entertained number of their friends at progressive euchre one night last week. Married, at the home of the bride?s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Reason, in Pinckney, Wednesday, Feb. 21, 1894, Miss Annie I. Reason to Mr. Fred M. Grieres. May much happiness attend them through lite is the wish of their many friends.