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James Lyinan, wifê aud daughter Mary spent lasfc Sunday with relatives' at Pinckney. Henry Sloan is entertaining W. Bostwick, of Lake Charles, La., for a few days. Miss Auna Lee was the guest of Detroit friends last week. Miss Eva Mains returned home froui Baltimore and Washington Saturday, accorapanied by Miss Hollister. Boru to Mr. aud Mrs. Rerruan Kempf a daughter, August 2. Mr. and Mrs. D. Litchñeld and son and Miss Fannie Baird have returned to theil home in Chicago after several weeks' visit with relatives. Arthur Simms, of Port Hurón, is visiring his parents for the summer. Mrs. Charles Schoen and children Were the guests of relatives in Saline. Mr. Sohair was in Detroit on business one day last week. Miss Stella Schean has returned home after a few days visit with her aunt in Freedom. Miss Matilda Vernon was the guest of Lyndon friends last Sunday: Edward Ferris was a caller at Chelsea last Thursday. T. Reade, of Pinckney, called on some of his friends last Sunday. Miss Hinckey visited her old home last Sunday in Marión. E. R. Done and fainily took in the excursión to Detroit last Wednesday. Quite a number from here attended the Catholic picnic at Pinckney Thursday. Miss Babbitt enetrtained friends last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. Fagan and daughter, of Hamburg, spent the Sabbath here with friends. Will McQuillan and faniily, of Hamburg, were the guests of 'F. McQuillan Sunday. Thomas 'McCowl was a visitor at Chelsea Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jewell enter - tained guests last Sunday. Toni James sold his Rambler bicycle to F. Byrant, of Richmond. The M. E. Sunday school enjoyed a picnic at North Lake last Friday. The Congregational Sunday school held their picnic at Birkett's grove on Portage Lake Friday. Mrs. Charles Rockwell, of Foster, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. James Rowe. Thomas Schean and family, of Hamburg, spent Sunday with Mrs. John McOabe. Herbert Williams, of Ann Arbor, and family are spending two weeks at Mackinaw. Misses Mamie Murdock, Marión Phelps, Hattie Keith, Alta Beal, Mrs. M. Murdock aud Mrs. R. Gregory have been spendiug a week at Base Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Dell Litchfield nnd son, of Chicago, Ned Baird, of Detroit, Miss Fannie Baird and Miss Effie Van Etta, of South Lyons, and Frank Baird, of New York, were camping at Base Lake last week. R. Thomas, of Pinckney, called on some of bis friends in the village Saturday. John Harris is ablento be out after a severe attack of blood poisoning. Mrs. E. Thompson has returned home after several months visit with friends and relatives at Kindall, N. Y. Marie Allen and sister, Rose, of Ann Arbor, visited friends here last week. Pat Sloan has purchased'a fine new surrey for his livery stable. Harry Tuamley aud wife, of Detroit, speut last Saturday with friends. W. Ryan, of Grand Rapids, is the guest of friends this week. John Rosier of Jackson, spent last Sunday with his family here. W. McConnel has returned to Lansing after several weeks visit witb his parents. Miss May and Robert King, of Mus - kegon, are the guests of their aunt.Mrs. H. C. Gregory. Rev. F. White, of Centerville, visited Dexter friends last Tuesday. Miss Grace Chamberlain, of Battle Creek, is being entertained by her friends here this week, Miss OlgaJ Jedele entertained Miss I Lulu Wiltse of Clinton, last Sunday. Hurrah for the farmer 's picnic next Saturday, August 34, at Whitmore Lake. Mrs. James and friend spent last j day at Portage Lake. Misses Sarah and Mary Taylor were the guests of Mrs. Jay Sohean, in Hamburg, last Friday. Mrs. M York and daughter are visiting relative at Almont. John Alley, of Detroit, was the guest of friends here last week. Mrs. P. Irwin and daughter Mollie, of Anu Arboi, were the guests -of Mrs. Hill last week. J. Placeway, of Hamburg, was with his old friends last Thursday. T. Stanton was a visitor at North Lake last Wednesday. The union Sunday schools of Pinckney held a picnic on Portage Lake last Friday. Fred Alley was a Detroit visitor last Timrsday.


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