Little Jessie Robbins is on the sick list. Henry Fleming mday in Pinckney. The Miases Clark spent Monday in A u ii Arbor. John Roberts, jr , bas gone to Colorado to lócate. John Schultz and family visited bis parents, Suuday. B. Hudson and wife entertained friends, Monday. Mr. Birkett is repaintin? his tenant honses at Birkett. Miss Maggie Ferris entertained her friend last Sunday. G. W. Carpentec spent Stmday with Pettysville friends. Mrs. .1. Bowler and family entertained relatives, Suuday. Miss Eva Ilill ia eötertaining her cousin for a few weeks. L. O. Palmer was with friends in Hudson on Sunday last. Mr. Burke and friend were the guests of friends liere, Sunday. J. O'Brien and brother, of Northfield, spent Sunday here. Mis. J. Lane and ebildren have been visiting Dexter relatives. B. and F. Waite, of Seio were here on business last Monday, J. H. likker, of Pinckney. spent Sunday with bis chum here. Wm. Carpenter and wife were with Ann Arbor relatives Sunday. A. Mallion and friend, of Scio, visited here the first of the week. E. Eves and family have been entertaining friends for a few days. Mr. Roberts and friend, of Ann Arbor, spent Sunday at the lakes, Eugene Sly and George Butler, of North Lake, spent Sunday here. Chas. Schoen and family spent Friday with their friends in Chelsea. Mrs. Simpson is apending the surnnier with her relatives in Canada. Mrs. Schultz entertained her daughter from Ann Arbor over Sunday. S. O. Had ley is quite sick at the home of bis daughter near Masón. B. Lynch, wife and baby. of Pinckney, spent Sunday with her sister. Mis. A. J. Reid spent Saturday and Suuday with her brother and family. Hugh McCabe entertained his brother from Ann Arbor last Sunday. Frank Sharpey bas gone to Vassar after visiting his pareuts in this place. Robert Erwin and wife were the guests of Webster friends last Sunday. A little daughter arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. Frenen last Saturday. The teachers of Livingston county vrill meet at Pinckney on Saturday, Mayü). Misses May and Grace Lavey entertained their cotisiu from Pinckney, Sunday. Miss Bessie Carpenter bas been spending the week with her grand parents. F. H. Warren has returned to Holland after speuding a few days with his mother. Mrs. E. Serviss and daughter, of Ann Arbor, spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother. Mrs. Chas. Bell returned last Wednesday after spending three weeks with her sister in Ann Arbor. A number of the people from the village spent Sunday at the lakes; also a party of Ann Arbor people were at the Portage. News was received here last week of the death of Samuel Dexter, only son of the late Wirt Dexter, of Chicago, formerly of this place. Andrew Miller died May 10, 1894, at his home in Webster, and was buried on Saturday. He leaves a wife and two children to mourn his loss. Benjamen Roper died at his home in Dexter village Saturday evening, from injuries received by falliug down stairs. The funeral took place from the Congregational church. Tuesday morning, at 10:30 o'clock.