Robert Erwin and wile and Mrs. Simpson were the guests of relatives ín Leslie last week. George Boyden made a business trip to Pinckney last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. Alley and son were entertained by their country friends Sunday. Charles Mercer and sister, of Hainbnrg, spent last Sunday here. Miss Caro, of Ann Arbor, is visiting in this vicinity for several weeks. Miss Katie McCabe entertained guests the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. T. Fagan, of Hamburg, spent Sunday in the village. Henry Harris, wife and son, of Pinckney, were the guests of her sister last Sunday. Jacob Stoll was the guest of Chelsea relatives last week. James Handy, -of Williamston, spent Snnday with relatives here. L. Farham and mother, of Pinckney, spent Sanday with relatives in the village. Mrs. C. DeCamp, of Detroit, was the guest of frieuds the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Luther James have returned home after several weeks' visit at Grand Rapids. D. C. VanBuren has left for an extended visit through the western states. Hiram Butler attended the funeral of his brother at Hamburg last Thurs,day. John Letts, of Battle Creek, was the guest of relatives in this place last week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jewell were entertained by their Detroit friends last week for several days. Mrs. P. Seper left Saturday for a visit ■with friends at Put-in-Bay and Cleveland. Rev. S. T. Morris, of Red Jacket, Mich., has been visiting friends in town for the last few days. Mr. and Mrs. J. Bennett left Monday eveuing for California, where Mr. Bennett hopes to recruit his failing health. Miss Hinchey was the guest of her parents in Marión last Saturday. Misses Mate and Josie Sharpey were the guests of Jackson friends last week. Misses Laura and Alma Lyon have commenced their schools. The former has seventeen pupils in her old school in the Tuomey distict and the latter has ten pupils in District No. 7, Scio. Miss Ettie Smith and Miss Anna Buck, of Ann Arbor, visited relatives in the village last week. Mr. Arbury, of Battle Creek, visited his Dexter friends last Thursday. A number of Dexter people attended the state fair at Grand Rapids last week. Robert Berry attended the state fair at Grand Rapids last week. Mrs. G. Briggshas sold her residence here to Mrs. L. Kirkland. Consideraton, $800 Samuel Weidman and family have moved to Félix Dunlavey's farm on the1 Ann Arbor road. Alfred Phelps attended the state fair last week as one of the judges. Mr. and Mrs. Will Clark had a very pieasant social gathering at their home last Monday evening, in honor of Mr. Clark's thirty-seventh birthday. M. Fohey and family, of Pinckney, were the guests of relatives here Sunday. Robt. Flintoft and daughter Rose, of Emery, were the guests of Mrs. Taylor and family the first of the week. School will open on Monday in District No. 3 with Miss Maggie McGunnies as teacher. Mrs. Joseph Placeway, of Hamburg, spent last Wednesday with friends in this place. Mrs. A. Taylor and daughter Carrie were the guests of friends at Whitmore Lake last Wednesday.