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Dexter Township

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Next Sunday is Easter. Chas. Waruer lias purchased a new horse. School closed in the Lavey district last Friday. Mrs. John Bell was a Pinckney visitor last Friday. Mr. Vaughn spent Baturday with bis son and fainily. Mr. Stabler was with North Lake friends Friday. Steve Crane is entertaining his chum for a short time. The latest craze in this vicinity is horse-back riding. Mrs. John Schieferstein entertained friends Saturday. Mr. Rowe and family liave become residents of Birkett. Miss Sarah Johnson left Saturday morning for Detroit. Eugene Campbell of Pinckney spent Friday with friends. Mr. Kitson has moved with his family to Ann Arbor. Mr. Cranson, of Webster, made ns a pleasant cali, Friday. The Misses Guiñón entertained their friend last Saturday. Miss Edna Mowers and friend spent Friday in Pettysville. John McDonald is repairing his residence in the village. Wirt Carpenter was a Sunday guest of Pettysville friends. Mr. Smith and family will live in one of Gallagher's houses. Mrs. A. II. "Watson vieited in Ann Arbor last VVednesday. Miss Beagle spent the past week with Ypsilanti friends. John MacDonald and niece,of Hamburg, spent Sunday here. John Ledwedge was aniong liis Piuckney friends Sunday. Mrs. Potter and son will take up their residence in Detroit. Patrick Farnham, of Pinckney, was here on business, Friday. G. Bentz raised a large sheep barn on his farm last Tuesday. Ilenry Booth has so far recovered as to be able to be out again. Joseph Stierle has renterf Chas. Warner's farm for another year. Dame Rumor says more wedding bells are soon to be ringing. Miss Mary McCabe was entertained by Dexter frienda, Saturday, Mrs. John Hill lias been entertaining her friend the past week. Charles Rogers will sell his farming implemeiits at auction, Friday. Miss Lu Myitella Reason, of Pinckney, spent Monday in this place. John Rosier and family, of Jackson visited relatives here last week. Mr. Telford sold his personal property at auction last VVednesday. Mrs. E. C. Thompson, of Saginaw, is the guest of her mother and sister. Schieferstein Bros, are' making extensive improvements 011 their farm. Fred Lemen has accepted a position as clerk in Croarkin's clothing store. Mrs. J. McGuinness and daughters spent Sunday with Pinckney relatives. Miss Maggie Walsli was entertained by Ypsjlanti friends over Sunday. John Harris, of Jackson, was the guest of his many friends last week. John L. Smith and wife have been eutertainiug their daueiiter and family. Mrs. Murdock and daughter Jlamie have returned from their visit in naw. Miss Julia Tiplady will teach the spring term of school in the Smitli district. A. Pidd visited hi.s daughter in Ypsilanti several days of the past week. Mr. Taylor and family entertained some of their friends last Saturday evening. Miss Lulu VanFleetand lady friends attended Sunday school at Birkett last Sabbath. George Vanllorn and Lonnie Flintoft, of Hamburg, visited Will Taylor recently. Fred Grieves and wife have taken up their residence near Gregory, Livingston eounty. It is good to know a great deal, but it is better to make good use of what we do know. It is reported that Alex. Mallion, of Scio will move on the Stevens farm uear Birkett. Ernest Cushing has entered tlie high school to prepare to enter the University next year. Messrs. Doane and Blodgett are home after several weeks' stay at Clay Springs, Florida. Mr. Smith, of Marble Plains, visited his brother, on the Buchanan farm in Lima, last week. Some of the farmers trom here attended TI. M. Twamley's sale at North Lake, Wednesday. E. Kellogg returned home Tuesday, after spending the winter with his daughter in Plymouth. George Spiegelberg, wife and son were guests of his brother at Whitmore Lake, Saturday and Sunday. The semi-monthly nieeting of the Society of Willing Wolkers met at the ïorne of Mrs. A. R. Beal, Wednesday. The people of St. Joseph's parish will give an entertainment at the opera house on Tuesday evening, March 27, alter which asupper will be served. T. Birkett, having leased his farm, is having a large sale of Jersey and Durham cattle. iV good chance to buy new milch cows as he has a goodly nuraber for sale. Eev. O. B.Thurston, formerly pastor of the Congregational church at Pincknoy hasaccepted a cali to the cliurches of Cedar Springs, East Nelson and Sand Lake, in Kent Co. Married at the home of the bride's parentsin Marión, Wednesday, March 14 1894, Miss Ella Reason, daughter of Mr. and Mis. D. Reason, to Mr. Wm. Mercer, of Pettysville. The happy fnnple lef t for a few days' stay at Bay City.