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Agur Taylor is still on the sick list. Four new members were added to the Hudson singing class, Monday evening. Mrs. Hugh McCabe entertained friends, Tuesday. The dance at the opera house last Friday night, given by the Crescent club, was attended by twenty-five couples. Mrs. Geo. Reason and daughter, Miss Daisy, of Pinckney, passed here Tuesday on their way to Ypsilanti. A. P. Ferguson, oí Ann Arbor, was on our streets, Monday. Frank Dunlavey was here on business the first of the week. The dance at Mr. Haab's, Wednesday night, was well attended. Miss Anna Lee entertained friends last babbath. Miss Cynthia Carpenter has gone to her work in Chelsea. Rev. and Mrs. Bloomfield and Mrs. John Pacey attended the dedïcation of the new Congregational church at Chelsea, last Thursday. Mrs. Mary Murdock and son and daughter left Tuesday for Citronell, Alabama, where they will spend the winter and spring months. Miss Nellie Keal entertained the B. Y. P. U. last Friday evening. All had a good time. Mrs. D. Lipscombe, of Lacon,IU., is visiting relatives and friends here for several weeks. Dr. and Mrs. R. Copeland, of Bay City, were the guests of bis parents last week. Miss Kate Schaeberle, of Jackson, was the guest of her mother last week. Miss Tressa Gaffney is visiting friends in Grand Rapids for a few weeks. Mrs. Ellen Ferris, of Baxter Springs, Kansas, a former resident of this place, is the guest of her daughters here for afw weeks. A select dancing party will be given at the home of VV. D. Smith, tonight, Friday. A good time is expected by all. The Birkett Sunday school wili give a social entertainment at the home of James Rowe, at Birkett, this evening, Friday. Supper will : bc served. Everybody turn out and have a good time. Mrs. Herman Easton and son, of Aun Arbor, were the guests of their fricnds here. E. J. Ryan, of Jackson, callcd on old friends here last week. Ed. Farnham and sister, Kate, were the guests of their cousins in this village, last Saturday. Fred Rentenier, of Ann Arbor, was here last Sunday with his best chnm. E. j. Stone, of Bay City, was here visiting his relatives the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Burt Youngs, of Sylvan, and Mrs. Thomas Taylor, of Chelsea, spent Sunday at the home of A. Taylor. Mr. Reason, formerly of Wisconsin, is seriously ill at his home in this townshio. Dr. Palmer, of Chelsea, was here on business last week. Mr. and Mrs. James Lyrnan entertained their cousins from abroad, on Sunday. Ed Larkins and chum, of Chilson, were here with their ladies on Sunday last. H. P. Farrar, of Arkansas City, Kansas, was entertained by some of his friends here last week. Charles Miller, of Chels.ea, was the guest of friends here last Sunday. Miss T. W. Branch is visiting relatives and friends in Stockbridge for a few weeks. Miss L. Graham, of Chelsea, was j the guest of her friend here Sunday. John Dancer entertained com-j pany last week. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Booth are moving into the house of Mrs. M. Rogers. The rernains of Wra. Wells, of Flint, an old resident of Lima ! ship, were brought here last ! day for burial. Mrs. Henry Warren will have an ] auction sale Maren 6. i Mr. M. Jedele will opea a new '■ meat market in the Gleason buiiding, in Dexter, soon. Pat Sloan was in Pinckney last week, on business. Mrs. Jacob Stoll is dangerouslyi UI. ' j Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Jenney were ! with their Chelsea friends last week. Geo. Staffen and lady, of Chelsea, were the guests of some of their I friends last Sunday. Herman Allmendinger, of Anti Arbor, was the guest of his friend here last Sunday. Joseph Alger has purchased the shop fixtures and utensils of Henry Matthews, of Ann Arbor, and commences his work after March ist. It is reported that our village of Dexter is to have a new dry gootls store in the near future. The junior C. E. gave a missionary concert entitled "An Evening with the Juniors," at the Congregational church, last Sunday evening, whicli was well attended. Mr. and Mrs. John Pield entertained guests last week for a„few days. Mr. and Mrs. John Rubbins, of Howell, were the guests of their únele, A. Taylor, and famiiy, last Wednesday. The Baptist Ladies' Aid society was entertained at the home of Mrs. S. P. Saveny last Wednesday afternoon. Dinner was served froni 12 to 2 o'clock. Committee: Mrs. Ada Smith, Mrs. Ella Butler, Mrs. I,ottie Beach and Mrs. Mary VanFleet. Miss Alice Scbulty entertained relatives last Sunday. N. D. Corbin, of Ann Arbor, was here on business orie day last week. The Y. P. S. C. E. of the Congregational church held its monthly business meeting on Friday at the home of Miss Olive Pacey. Three new officers were elected: Vice president, Miss Olive Pacey; treasurer. Will C. Clark; recording secretary, Miss Marión Phelps. Mr. and Mrs. K. Wheeler entertained some of tbeir friends on Monday. George Teeple, of Pinckney, was in this place on business last week. The Baptist Sunday school scholars will give a social at Mr. and Mrs. James Rowe's tonight (Friday) to secure funds for new singing books. Thomas Birkett was in Howell last week, on business. The hardware firm of Sill & Quish have made a change Mr. Sill sells his interest to Alonzo Olsaver, of Webster, and will move to Detroit soon, to engage in business. Russel C. Reeve will sell at public auction all the property in the store of C. H.. Stannard, of Qexter, next Monday, Feb. i8, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon.


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