Messrs. Reed and Guinon were Chelsea visitors recently. Mrs. Asquith, of Gregory, was entertained by her brotber part of the week. Wm. Lidwedge, of Unadilla, visited lis brother John, and family, Thnrsday Mr. Stickney and wife, of Wayne, have been here for afew days visiting friends. Miss Clark, of Pinckney, was a guest of Dexter friends, Satnrday. Mrs. Schermerhorn visited her mother Satnrday. Mr. Sohmidt is slowly reoovering from a severe illness. Miss Blanohe Waite, of Soio, has been visiting her grandparents. Williain Cobb, sr. , is quite ill at this writing. Mr. Berkhart, of Chelsea, was in town Saturday. Bert Carpenter and Miss Allie Henderson were united in marriage at Ann Arbor Satnrday, Jan. 1. Both are well known in this vioinity. Bom Saturday, the 13th, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. James Roxwell. Mr. Rabbit was in Mariönf ODe day the last of the week. H. L. Cope spent the past week with his many friends here. Absalom Pidd was an Ypsilanti visitor last week. Thomas Birkett was at the oounty seat on business Wednesday. Mr. Muore, of Ann Arbor, was here over Sunday. John McLaughlin and sister, ol Emory, spent Wednesday with their niece. The Crescent club will give a dancing party at the opera house this evening. The remains of John Raywalt, a former resident of this village, were brought here for burial from Cassopolis, where he had been living with his daughter. Tbe funeral services were held at St. James church Friday morning. Dr. and Mrs. R. B. Honey gave a pedro party to sixty of their ijïends last Wednesday night. Fred Andrés, a highly esteemed young man of Dexter township, died a' the home of his uncle in Northfielc Stmday, Jan. 5, after a long illness. The services wero held in Ann Arbor Wednesday, Jan. 8, and the remains were interred in the Lutheran cemetery, this village. The Webster Farmers' club met ai the home of W. D. Smith last Saturday. Miss Eva Hill and Messrs. Ed. Lyman and Ernmet Garaghtey have entered our school. Mr. Stoll was a Chelsea visitor one day recently.