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Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Walsh, of Pinckney, were entertained by their relativas in the village Snnday. G. W. Taylor and wife, of Stookbridge, visited old friends here last week. Chas. Voorhies and faruily have rented the Stevens farm for the summer. Edward Coy, a former resident of this place, was buried at [Chelsea last week. Frank and Clark Pierce, of Ann Arbor, have been guests of their unole for a few days. Mr. Neeb made a flying trip to Chelsea Monday. Alex. Mallion, of Portage Lake, met with quite a serious aooident last Thursday by one of his oows hooking him and tearing one side of his face open. Mr. and Mrs. E. Campbell and son, OÍ Pinckney, were the guests of her parents last Sunday. Wirt Newkirk, wife and son spent Sunday with Mrs. Newkirk's father at Dover. Mr. and Mrs. T. Beid, of Pinckney, were entertained by friends here Sunday. Geo. Taylor, of Chelsea, was a Dexter visitor last week Fiiday. Tom Schean and sister, Miss Etta, of the Normal School, Ypsilanti,, are home for the vacation. Miss Hinckey spent Saturday and Stinday with her narents in Marión. The entertainment given for Sfc. Joseph's church at the opera house, Wedneeday, was well attended. ! Miss Katie Lutzer, who has been spending the past few months in Saline, bas returned home. Mrs. Geo. Luter was the guest of relativos in Lodi the first of the week. Wm. Birkett, of Petoskey, visited his brother here the last of the week. Will Curlett and family were the guests of relatives in Pinckney Sunday. James Gillett, of Attioa, is visiting relatives in this plaoe this week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Carpenter and daughter, Gertie, of Ann Arbor, were here tne first of the week. Postmaster Fohey, of Pinckney, was in town Sunday. Orange blossoms will be blooming here in a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Oh as. Rockwell, of Foster, were the guests of their daughter, Mrs. James Kowell, Sunday. George Reason, of Pinckney, spent Sunday with friends here. John Harris was in An Arbor on business last Tuesday. Rev. Bloomfield was in Chelsea the first part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Scheterly, of Lima Center, have moved to Oover into Mrs. Vernon's house. Mr. McDonald, an old pioneer of Hamburg township, diod at his home Thursday, April 9. The funeral was held at St. Mary's church in Pinckney. L. O. Thompson died Friday night after a short illness, aged 60 years. Tbe funeral was held Sunday afternoon. Mr. Beamey, of the university city, made us a short cali Thursday. The Misses Ida and Etta Stevens, of Mason have returned home after a few days' visit with friends. U.Lavey made a business trip to Sylvan last week. A number from here attended the concert at Pinckney last Friday evening. McCabe Bros. have purchased a fine driving horse. Mr. and Mrs. H. Cook and daughter were entertained by friends in Chelsea last Sunday. Mr. Hewitt, of Ann Arbor, oalled on some of his friends here the latter part of the week. Mr. Lawrence, of Zukey Lake, was in this place on business last Wednesday. Mr. MoKennie and bride have been the guest of their friends here the last few weeks.