Will Huff was in town the firsfc of this week. Marion Alley is slowly recovering from bis severe illness. John McLaughlin, of Emery, &pent Thursday with relatives. Mrs. Wm. Ballon was calied to Northñeld by the illnoss of her auut Tuesday. Mr. Haab made his Pinokney friends a short cali Friday. Geo. Connors was in Livingston county Friday. Thomas McQuillan and wife are rejoioing over the advent of a son born Haren 1. Mrs. Vaughn and Mrs. Bnckalew were entertained by their relatives in Ypsilanti several days last week. Mrs. Chris. Miller spent one day of last week with Mr. Miller in Ann Arbor, where he is clerking at Rinsey's grecery store. Jake Jedele made a flying trip to Ánn Arbor Thnrsday. Miss Agnes Pratt has retnrned home after a few days' stay with her friends in Detroit. Mr. Lesser has rented Geo. Benton's farm and will inove there in the near future. The L. O. T. M. ladies had a very pleasant surprise party at the home of Mrs. M. Sill Taesday. The ladies spent the afternoon with a caady pull. Rufus Phelps had an auction on Monday, sell ng his farnaing implements and will remove to Marshall. Miss Minnie Reider will teaoh the spring term of sohool in tbe Savey district, Dexter township. Mr. Burkhardt, of Chelsea, was here last week. Edwin Ferris.who has been spending the winter at Portland, has returned home. E. A.Goodwin, of Ann Arbor, closed the winter term of school in the Patt district Wednesday. Doe McClain and family spent Monday with their friends ia the country." Jay Keith and wife wei'e at the University City' reosntly. Reports of wedding bells soon. Lute Tubbs was in Ann Arbor on business last week. Mrs M. E. Sill is home after several days' sojonrn in Detriot. Mrs. L. Kirkland was entertained by Chelsea friends the first of last week. Mr. Hefner and wife visited Ann Arbor friends Friday. Mrs Hall spent part oí the week with Jackson friends. Business oalled George Alley to the county seat Tuesday. Mrs. Dadley was the guest of Mrs. Isaac Savory in Lima. George Benton sold his stock and farm tools at aacton Wenesday and has made arrangements to move to this village. Miss Taylor was the guest of her cousins in Chelsea for a few days. Willis G. Benon bas purohased C. B. Alley 's house and will take possession suon. Mr. Alley intends to erect a new house this coming summer. S. Rabbit has bought the Hoyt residenoe and will leave his farm in Dexter township and live in town. George Clark, of Hambrg was on our streefcs Wednesday. It is reported that Patrick Fleming and family will move from their farm to Ann Arbor. Mr. Stocking, of Detroit, has bought Mr. Beals' house. Mr. Beal will move with his family to Detroit. Miss Nellie Goodwin, of Ann Arbor, has been spending a few days with old friends. Albert Reason and son oalled on friends Wednesday. Mr. Austin and wife expeet to move to Emory. Cashier Newkirk, of the Dexter Savings Bank, has bought a home in our village. Mrs. C. J. Seper has entered the School of Music at Ann Arbor. Mrs. G. Yearanoe is quite siok. Andrew Reid and wife will occupy Wm. Clark's tenant hous9. Mr. Dubois talks of moving on his farm near Birkett this spring. Will Tiplady closed his school in the Smith district Thursday having given good satisfaction to scholars and parents. Mr. Asquith and nephew of Ingham county were vistiing friends here last week. The new hardware store opens tomorrow. Mr. Stoll has returned home. Miss Hill was the guest oL her parents last Sunday. Mrs. Ab. Voorhis, who has been tussling with the grip, is slowly reoovering. Misa A. Lyon, of Scio, is spending part of her vacation with friends.