Miss May Guinon has been visiting her cousins here this week, the Misses Carr. M. Andrew entertained some of his hums from Ann Arbor last week. A number of yonng people from Dex er spent last Monday on the lakes. Godfrey Luyer, wife and ohildren visited friends in the village last Sunday. Vï. Cralett is spending a few days with friends in Pinckney. Miss Iva Placeway, of Hamburg, was he guest of Miss Myrta Taylor last week. W. Newkirk and family spent Sünday with her father, T. Birkett. John Pidd, wife and children were ;he guests of Owen McClaine and famly in the village. Mrs. John McCabe and friend were he guests of relatives in Pntnam last iaturday. Miss Cora Lamphear, of Hamburg, pent last Wednesday with her cousins here. Mrs. Andrew Straith entertained riends from Owosso last week. Mr. Curtis and family, of Lima, visted friends here last week. John Costello and wife attended the Catholic picnic at Jackson's grove last Thursday. . Farmers will begin their bean harvest n this vicinity next week. Clarence McComb and friend, of Ann Arbor, spent Sunday with friends at the lakes. Mr. and Mrs. John Ledwedge entertained his sister and husband last week. Mrs. Clarence Carpenter is entertaining her sisters, the Misses Galligan, of Ann Arbor, this week. M. E. Clear and wife, of Chicago, were the guests of relatives here last week. Miss Ella Day was entertained by her Saline friends several days last week. John Foran and wife, of Kensington, 111. , formerly of tlüs place, are dangerously ill with typhoid fever. Prof. E. C. Thompson is the guest of friends and relatives here for a few weeks. E. Vinkle is visiting friends in the village for a week. Mrs. Charles Stannard and daughter and sister, Miss Maud Buchanan, have returned home from Bay View. Frederick Dodshun, of Kalamazoo, was the guest of friends last week. J. H. Parsons, oí Jackson, visited his rother in this place last week. Mr. and Mrs. Eehfuss and family were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Alger. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Neel, of Detroit, were the guests of relatives in the village last week. g , Sl-SS Miss Gertrude Case has retnrned home to South Lyon after several weeks' visit with relatives. Mrs. J. O. Hoyt is entertaining her nieoe for a few weeks. fJ Frank Stevens, of Columbus, Ohio, visited Dexter friends last week. Miss Flora Bostwick returned home after several weeks' visit with friends and relatives at Three Oaks. Mrs. E. C. Thompson, of East Saginaw, was the guest of her uncle, Dennis Warren, a few days last week. Miss Mary Monroe, of Gosen, N. Y. , is visiting friends here this week. Mrs. George Hiler and children, of Detroit, are visiting her sisters for a few weeks. W. Kent, preceptor of the Dexter high school last year, will be principal of the high school at Pleasant Grove, Minn. , next year. George Rehm, of Chicago, was the guest of his family here who are visiting E. Jedele and family. Milton Hall left for Columbus, Ohio, to join the minstrel company, of which he is a musical director. Quite a number from here attended Germán day at Ypsilanti Thursday. ; Mrs. Carrie Seper entertained her pupils in music at her home Thursday evening. Dr. Honey lost a valuable horse last Friday. An ice cream social was held at the residence of C. M. Starks, Thursday evening. Mrs. Crofoot and friend, of Pinckney, visited friends in this place lasi Wednesday. j Mr. Stovell, of Wayne, was the guesi of friends here last week. M. S. Burkart, of Chelsea, was on our streets last Wedneday on business. J5 Ben Allen, of Pinckhey, was looking after some of his old friends here last Tuesday. St. Janjes' Sunday school held their picnic at Mrs. Seper's cottage at Base lake Wedneday last. Glen V. "Mills, of Ann Arbor, was in town on business one day last week. Peter Holzhauer has completed a drive well on the property of Mrs. A. W. Watson. f, Mrs. J. W. Spoor was the guest of her Ypsilanti friends last week several days. ft Mr. Laure, of Albion, visited relatives here the first part of the week. George W. Reason, of Pinckney, called upon some of his friends here lase week. Culy Roeve and wife spent last Thursday with friends in Livingston county. Mrs. George Carpenter and children, of Ann Arbor, have been the guests of Mis. W. Carpenter the past few days. Mr. and Mrs. George Vinkle attended their cousin's funeral in Chelsea last Monday.