Kate Lewis, of Bochester, is spending the week wiüi frieuds. Charles Rockwell, of Kosters, was the guestof his daughter, Mis. James Rowell, Saturday. Thornns Murray was out of town on business Friday aiiü aaturday. Thomas Birkett ïeturned Saturday aller a ten days' sojouin with frieuds in Fetoskey. Singing bees, dancing bees and gossippint; bees are on the wing in this localiiv, and last of all we heftr wedding bells. Mrs. Henry Harris, of South Put nam, was enteitaiued by ber sister, ïuesday. Some Arm Arbor sports were here on a;inint last wet-k, but found the game scarce. Mrs. John Howard, a son. Miss Eva HiU has entered the Hudson school. John Roberts, jr., was in Detroit the 1 alter part of the week. Little or no wheat is being marketed here at present. John Pidd and father were in NorthGeld on business, Saturday last. Mark Bell drove to Ann Arbor on Wednesday. Mrs. John McCabe was the guest of her daughter in Hamburg this weck. Bint Eves entertained his cousin Lom Wanecouuty part of the week. Mrs. Clarence Carpenter gave a pedro party last Tbursday evening, in honor of her guest, Miss Maud Hooker, of Pettybville. P. Sloan was in Pinckney on Jb riday. The raffle at Mr. Bell's last Priday niifht was a gay one. Toni Phelps bas purchased the draying business of Nathan Keith. Mr. Phelps will move to the yillage and cany on the business. That family who is selling 50 cents worth of produce and purchasing 40 cents of it in chewing tobáceo had better move out and do away with the help frono the town. Hemy Mowers gref-ted his Ann Arbor frieiids with a short cali, Monday. Messrs. Phelps and Gregory were in Chelsea, Saturday. Joe Placeway and friend, of Pettysville, passed liere last Saturday on their way to Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti. Plenty of coru to be husked in these parts. Assistant Cashier Carpenter, of the Savings Bank, spent the Sabbath at his old home near Iludson. Alex. Mallion and wife, of South Putnam, were Sunday gutsts of Thos. McComb and wife. Mr. John Schieferstein entertained frieuds the tirst of the week. Born to Mr. and Mis. Wm. Ballou, a daughter, Nov. 22. Wm. Gregory was in Ann Arbor on Saturday. Dan Hoey and Pete Smith were in Pinckney, Saturday.