Grace Bale is a Jackson visitor. Mr. Drew was out from Iosco last week. Mr. Reid was at Ann Arbor one day recently. Mrs. T. Vernam entertained a sister last week. B. Hopkins and wife were at Miian the past week. Mr. Arksey and fauaily at the Portage on Sunday. M. Rogéis and wife are staying with Bay City friends. Nina Swick has gone to visit her sister in Adrián. W. P. Smith spent Sunday with his sisters at Hudson. Wm. Eyan made his Chelsea friends a cali Wednesday. P. Seper, wife and friend, were at the lakes, Wednesday. Mr. Butler and family took a drive to Zukey lake, Sunday. Miss Myrtie Bostwick is on a visii to friends at Sand Beach. James McLaughlin has been down from Leslie for a week or more. Mrs. Pulirer is home after a few days stay with Webster friends. Mrs. R. Gharety and daughter were here with friends last Sabbath. Mrs. W. Stevens, of Ann Arbor is paying her friends in town a visit. John Hill and daughter spent Saturday and Sunday at Whitmore Lake. E. Lawton, of Ypsilanti, made his old friends a cali the first of the week. Mrs. J, Smalley and Allie Morris, of Detroit, are home with their parents. Jesse Henry, of Pettysville, was the guest of friends Sunday and 'Moriday. Mrs. Scott has returned to her home in Bay City after a few days soiourn here. A number of the sports f rom here attended the Stockbridge races this week. Chas. Lewis, of Ypsilanti, a former resident of this village, greeted friends Tuesday. Mrs. John Joys has her grand-daughter, Miss Nellie Joys, with her during vacation. Harold Keith, of Mt. Clemens will spend the summer with his granddaughter. Mrs. Lyman Hadley feil from a cherry tree and received injuries about the head. M. Robbins, wife and baby. and Ettie Smith, of Hudson, spent the Sabbath here. Mr. Barton and wife, of Lyndon, were among the good peojüe here last Wednesday. Mrs. E. Blood and Miss T. Branch, are home from their visit with Fowlerville friends. Will Taylor spent Sunday at Zukey lake and Hamburg and Thursday at Stockbridge. Geo. Smith and wife are here from Fowlerville, visiting his mother and other friends. Fanny Smith returned home Saturday after a few days stay with her sisters in Hudson. Postmaster Costello after a few days illness is able to be out again and attend to his duties. James Bostwick, of Plymouth, rode over on his wheel to visit old aciiuaintaince for a few days. Mrs tí. Reason and son, of ney, passed here Sunday on their way home irom Ann Arbor. Mis. O. F. Ilall, of Detroit, is being entertained at the home of her sister, Mrs. Snyder, of Webster. Misses Mary and Myrta Taylor were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. F. Griere at Gregory, Thursday last. Mr. Reed and family and lady friend of Detroit, will spend a part of the warm season at the Portage. Dr. Randall made E. R. Doane and family a visit last week on his way home írom Clay Springs, Florida. A. Taylor returned home Monday after a few days' stay with his daughter in the northern part of the state. Prof. Arthur J. Simtns, of the Business College, of Port Huron, is home with his pareuts during the summer vacation. L. T. Smith and family, of Mason, haying been visiting here ruother, also enjoyed a few days camping at North Lake with friends. The Ladies' Social Circle of the M. E. church met in the church parlors last Wednesday. A good many members were present. , Married, August lst, 1894, at the home of the bride's parents in Webster, Mr. and Mrs. W. Blodgett, Miss May Blodgett to Mr. W. 8. Moore, of Ann Arbor. H. Phelps and family after several months stay in Colorado in search of their daughter's health returned home last Friday, with but little improvement of her health. H. Schieferstein and family and J. Schultis and wife, and Messrs. J. Schieferstein, Will Dolan, M. Andrews, with a number of ttiéir friends, spent Sunday at the lakes. Married, Wednesday, August 1, 1894, Frank Lemmon and Miss Nellie Sloan, both of this village. They are both well known in this place and have the best wisher of their many friends. They will begin housekeeping in their new home in this village.