T. McComb and wife visited their son in Pinckney Sunday. E. H. Carpenter and Miss Reeder were Pinckney visitors Sunday. Miss Carrie Taylor is home from the Northern part of the state for the summer. Miss Tessie Sweetman visited Pinckney Thursday. Prof. Gibbes and friend of Ann Arbor were guests of Will Taylor last Saturday. Sydney Case, of Ypsilanti,is spending a few days with old friends. Miss Maud Hooker, of Pettysville, was with friends here over Sunday. B. Lynch and family, of Pinckney, spent Sunday with her sister Mrs. Patrick Lavey. The masons of Pinckney and the oddfellows of Dexter picnicked at Portage Lake on the fourth. A number from here attended the races at Ypsilanti on the fourth. Miss Hazel Stoup,of Ypsilanti, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Robbins for the summer. Mrs. P. Seper, Mrs. Carrie Seper, Misses Blanche Cushman and Grace Alley and C. Brown, of Detroit are camping at Base Lake. James Curlett has purchased the Peter Seper estate, the residence on Baker Street recently vacated by W. Keiler. The state teachers institute will be held at Ann Arbor July 29 to August 8. The teachers in this section will attend. Charles Currier and wife attended the Maccabee banquet at Hamburg Saturday even ing. Miss Anna Gallagher has returned from Chicago. Miss Alice McMahon, of Milan, visited here last week Miss Nellie Keal is visiting in Aurora, 111. , for several weeks. Prof. DeWitt and family are spending the summer at South Haven. Miss Minnie Seney, of Hillsdale, has been visiting her mother for the past week. Miss Jessie Phelps has returned from a several weeks visit in Detroit. Miss Gertrude and Glen Palmer, of Howell, have been visiting their grand father, Luther Palmer. Reginald Blomfield is home from Olivet. Mr. and Mrs John Pratt are entertaning their daughter for a few weeks. Mrs E A. Magoffin, of Sagiaw, is visiting friends here. Miss Ione Stannard of New Liverpool" Ohio, is visiting her parents for a few weeks. Mrs J E. Palmer, of Waco, Texas, is visiting here sister. Mrs. Frank Wagner, of Lansing and Mrs. Grace Stewart, of Leaslie, are guests at the Baptist parsonage.