Mr. Servias and family spent Sunday with Mrs. Serviss' mother. Singing sohool will be organized at the Hndson sohool honse this evening with Prof. Sage, of Ann Arbor, as instructor. The Misses Carrie and Sarah Taylor are the gtiests of friends at Marión, Howell and Fowlerville this week. Burt Taylor and sister Myra were entertained by their cousins in Livingston county the flrst of the week. Forty hour devotions atJSt. Joseph's church closed Snnday evening. Mrs. Hendricks entertained her sister Sanday last. James McCabe and mother spent Monday with their many Ann Arbor friends. Fred Lemmon is able to be out again. C. S. Pierce is home from his fishing trip. Dr. and Mrs. Honey are nnw settled in their new home. Dexter merohauts are Kicking on their people going toneighboring towns buying their goods. Our motto is, "Go where goods are cheapest and you can get the best price tor your produce. ' ' Mrs. A. Straith and son were gnests of Ann Arbor relatives last Saturday. W. Brogan and sister, of Marión, spent the last of the week with their oousins here. John Walsh and family are entertaining guests from abroad this weekMrs. French and friend visited their Ann Arbor friends one day recently. Charles McGilvary, of Jackson, is spending a few days with his mother. C. Alley was in Detroit last week on business. Mrs. L. Alley, Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Dudley were the guests of Mrs. A. Taylor last Friday. flarry Loud, of Eomeo, was visiting relatives in this place last week. WiJl Taylor spent several days of last week with his grand parents in Northfield. John Pacey was in Livingston county last Saturday looking after his farm. Miss Graoe Alley was the guest of Ypsilanti friends last week. Johii Pidd, wife, son and daughter, took in the excursión trip to Detroit last Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. E. Eves and little son have returned home after several weeks' visit with relatives in Wayne and Detroit. L. James and E. Croakin were in Ann Arbor on business last Wednesday. Mrs. Miller was the guest of Anu Arbor friends one day the past week. Mr. and Mrs. S. Nowkirk spent last Saturday with relatives here.