The Hudson school will have a palentino box today, Friday. Jobn Sohefensteiu made a business trip To Pmekuoy the first of the weok. Mr. Taylor and friend were at Lima center 011 Thursday. Prof. Sage, of Ann Arbor, was on uur streets Satnrday. Mr. Cavanaugh and wife, of Anu Arbor, spent the Sabbaih with his uncle and family. Mrs. Roberfc Erwin, of Hndson, was oalled to Jaoksou Taesday by the illness of her nieoe. A dance will be given at Chas. Austin's, in Webster, Monday night. Mrs. B. Harris has gone in the country for a few days' visit. The sooial at Mr. Wall's last Wednesday night was well atteuded and enjoycd by those present Mr. Carpenter and wife were Sunday visitors at her sister's in Marión. Miss Tressie Pidd, of Hndson, is spending a few days with friends in this village. Mr. Brown and wife, of East Putnam, spent Wednesday in this village. Messrs. Dancer and RodmaD were at the oounty seat oue day last week. John Doody, Theo. Stanton and Mrs. Robhins, of Dexter township, have been on the sick list this week. Mr. Phillips has moved his family to Birkett. Mr. Allison and family, of Jaokson, are spending the week in this vioinity. D. E. Waite and wife and Miss Maruie Murdook were Ann Arbor visitors Thursday. Pat McCabe entertained friends part of the week. The Misses Daley and Wheeler were Hamburg visitors Fridayjand Saturday. Thomas MoCabe aud wife are enter - taiuing friends from the norfch. Mr. Gates and friend made a trip to Livingston county on Friday. Mr. Larmie and son were at Ann Arbor Thursday. The young people enjoyed a dance at Mr. Marshall 's on Thursday night. A number of farmers from Dexter township are to beoome residents of our village in the spring. E. Lyman was a Pinokuey visitor over Sunday. Mr. Hoff and friend, of Pinckney, were in town on Monday. There is some talk of the young ladies of Hudson giving a leap year party at the Hudson opera house in the nearjfuture. Ernest Stancon and wife, of Mason. are home for a few days visit. Art Flintoft aud brother, of Hamburg, spent Snnday with theii cousins. The sooial at Frauk Oarpenter's for the benefit of the Hudson school netted them $6.60. Mr. Haab, ofJWebster, was the guest of Lima friends Sunday. Mr. Gninon, of Hamburg, spent the week with his Dexter friends. A large crowd from here attended he Podunk Lyceum Thursday night &nd had a good time, it being the last meeting. Some from here have gone to Zukey Lake, where they have been engaged ;o get up ice. Mrs. Schorn and daughters were Chelsea isitors Saturday.