Mr. and Mrs. G. Spiegelberg, of Chelsea, visited their oíd friends ín this place last week. Miss Blanche Cushman is entertaining her cousin for a few weeks. Miss Ollie Morris was the guest of Ann Arbor friends, last week. John Smith entertained relatives last Saturday. Jay Peatt has returned home from his visil with Detroit friends. Miss Edith Warren entertained her chum last Sunday. Miss M. Hepburn, of Evart, is j the guest of Dexter friends. J. M. Goodwin and W. G. Bain, of Ann Arbor, visited friends in this place, recently. Will Tuomey, of Ann Arbor, spent ' last Sunday with his friends here. Miss Hinchly spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents in Marión. Miss Kate Arnold, of Ann Arbor, was the guest of friends here last Sunday. John Rosier and family, of Jackson, visited relatives here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Farley are being entertained at the home of C. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. D. Litchfield are entertaining friends for a few days. Mrs. Wm. Dickerson, of Wayne, is the guest of her brother, here. Miss Julia Murphy has rjturned to her hume in lackson aft-.:r a few days' visit het:'. Mrs. A. D. Crane is quite 11 at her daughter's in Ann Arbor. Robert Tuffs, of Moorhead, Mimi., was called here last Monday to attend the funeral of his mother. Joe Conklin and wife, of Howell, vcre the guests of his brother here, one day last week. John Vaugh sold his personal property and farm tools at auction last Tuesday. La grippe is very numerous here. Mrs. G. Flintoft and son, of Hamburg, visited her sister here last week. James West, of Mason, spent last j Tuesday here with friends. Anna Lee came home to attend the wedding of Miss Ollie Pacey, of this place. Henry Fleming and sister were with their many Chelsea friends last week. The lecture at the opera house was well attended last Wednesday evening. Frank Sraith and faraily, of Pinkney, are moving to Wayne, where Frank will engage in work. M. Cummings is behind the counter clerking for E. Jedele. It is rumored that the old people of our village will give a dance after lent. Charles Rogers has sold a fine span of horses tö E. L. Thompson, of Detroit. Frank Lemmon is recovering from a severe attack of la grippe. The M. E. church will give a social in the church parlors this Friday evening. Miss Mabel B. Freer, of Detroit, gave a lecture at the M. E. church parlors last Thursday afternoon. Numbers of teachers from this place attended the teachers' examination at Ann Arbor last Saturday. Fred Gross sold his farm tools at auction last Tuesday. Miss Anna Bross, of Ann Arbor, came home, Friday night, to visit her Dexter friends. Alice McCabe has been visiting her friends in the village for a few days. Mrs. Wni. Asquith and Mrs. S. Taylor, of Stockbridge, were here visiting relatives last week. John Hughes was at the county seat last Saturday. Misses Nellie Connors and Nellie Halley were the guests of Miss Anna Connors last Sunday. Burt Webb, the traveling agent, was a visitor at Dexter last week. Married at the Congregational church last Tuesday evening, March 12, Msis Ollie G. Pacey, of this village, to Mr. Edward G. Clark, of Minneapoüs, Minn. Their friends wish thera much prosperity in life. Died at his home in Dexter township, Sunday morning, March 10, 1895, Taylor, aged 71 years. The funeral took place on Wednesday from the house, at 12 o'clock. Rev. Henry Tatlock, of Ann Arbor, conducted the services. He leaves a wife, two sons and four daughters to raourn his loss. Miss Olga Jedele has been entertaining company for the last few days. H. Fleming is on the sick list. John Pulliver, of Mayville, was called here last week by the illness of his mother.