O. D. Lamphear is on the sick list. C. H. Tburber is stil] very low with heait trouble. Mrs. Eva Parsons, of Jackson, is visiting friends iu Webstei. Wm. Scadin, sr. , is quite sick with oongestion of the lungs. Mr. and Mrs. C. Kearuey are entertaining friends from abroad this week. George Darkens and wife, of Whit more Lake, spent Tuesday with Mrs. Jjowe. Mr. and Mrs. George Green, of Green Oak, visited friends in this vioinitylast Snnday. Rev. Hioks and wife, of Dexter, visited C. L. Thurber and famiiy last Wednesday. Win. Scadiu is building a fine uew 40x60 feet barn. He had bis bain raising Thnrsday. Frank Wheeler is putting a basement under his big bain. Peter Parsons is doing the masun woik. C. M. Stark has pnrohased a fine roadster. That accounts for the olouds of dust seen iu this part of the country. Wm. Lamphaar started to make a trip to Detroit on his wheel. Wben part way tbere his horse gave out and left him to complete the journey on foot. Being somewhat of a hustler, he traded his wbeel for a ladies' wheel and oompleted the rest of the journey in safety.
Ann Arbor Argus