C. Lavey and wife entertained friends Thnrsday last. John Pidd and son were at Ann Arbor last Friday. Mrs. H. Rosier, of Ann Arbor, is visiting here. H. Phelps and E. Croarkin were in Chelsea the 1 ast of the week. Mrs. Mary Murdoch and daughter, Maruie arrived here f rom Citronnelle, Alabania, last Friday. Mrs. Robert Northard enjoyed a few honrs visit last Wednesday from her brother wliom she had not seen before in thirty years. Mrs. Hattie Lathrop and Mrs. Thos. Bums have opened an ice creara parlor ia the Gleason building on Main street. A number from liere will attend the ice cream and strawberry social at Edwin Ball's residence on Satuday evenir, June 1. Ashley Keith and wife, of Mt. Clemens,- speut Mouday with relatives. Charles Charuberlaiu and wife, of Battle Creek, last Thursday bronght the remaius of their little eight year oíd son Tonuny here. He died on Wednesday of membraneons croup. He was an unTisaally bright and active little fellow. Lanreuce Rabbitt made a business trip to Anu Arbor Mondav. Mr. Schoen and family, of Bridge■water, spent Thursday with Charles Schoen. The Maccabees are preparing to observe their f ourteenth anniversary with appropriate exercises n the opera house, June ï). Rev. Mr. McConnell will preaoh. Peter Holyhauer is erecting a new windmill for A. N. Hodgernan on the Alex. Soulier farm. Frank Reason, of Piackney, gave one of his iuteresting phonographic concerts at the opera house last Saturday evening. The crowd of people was well pleased with the concert. Come again. Miss Nellie Newkirk spent Sunday ■with her grandfather in this place. The I. O. O. F. hall has just been given a thrcragh renovating. Jacob Luick of Lima feil at his home last Thursday night and broke one of his arms below the elbow. Dr. Lee reduced the fracture and the arm is doing nicely. Will Curlett has repainted his drug store. Mr. Jobson, who lives on Arm Arbor street, is seriously ill. Thomas Bogg and son, of Grand Bapids, were visiting his parents here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Barney.of Detroit, were here with friends last Wednesday. O. Davis and wife, of Alma, were here Sunday. Mrs. Lavey and children, of Silver Late, visited frieuds Thursday. Several from here attended the forty honrs devotion at Pinckney Thursday and Friday. Dr.Page, of Chelsea, was here Thursday- Mrs. Chipchase and baby are gnests at the home of P. Fleming.' Charles Vorheis and wife are rejoicing at the birth of a son May 25. Henry Newton, of Florence, Ala. , is visiting in this place. JUr. ü. F. Chase attended the meeting of the state medical associatiou in Detroit last week. O. Vinkle has resigned the office of marshal. Mrs. Ed Litchfield, of Detroit, is visit.ing her parents for a few weeks. Adam Deckert and wifa, of Owosso, were Dexter visitors last Friday and Satnrday. Mr. and Mrs. Cook entertained their danghters Sunday. ■Ground has beeu broken at Pinckney for a new brick opera house to seat 600 persons. The projectors are Dr. F. A. Sigler, J. A. Caldwell and J. J Teeple. The buildng will be 40x90 feet and "will seat 600 persons. TJie ladies' exchange which was dis■contiaued on account of the Baptist association will be resnmed on next Sa.turday at the Novelty store. Mrs Burkhart, of Chelsea, was among friends Monday. Lester Jones and ïnother, of Lima, spent the Sabbath here. Mrs. Wilkinson and danghter, Mrs. Geo. Minto, drove to Ypsilanti Friday. Mrs. O. E. Kelly and danghter visïted Ypsilanti Saturday. Mrs. T. Fuller is quite ill at her daughter's, Mrs. Geo. Whaley. Mr. and Mrs. Burgess, of Ypsilauti, are the guests of Mr. and Mis. F. Babcock. Mrs. V. C. Sayles is visiting relatives in Minnesota. Miss M. A Palmer has returned from ier Toledo visit. Mrs. Dentón is baving her house repainted on Wabash streef. Mrs. E. Pyle was callerï to Niágara Falla last week to attend the funeral of her father Mr. Menzie.