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Miss Moore, of Toledo, is visiting Miss Helen Terry. . A. L.' Noble is east, adding to his winter stock of clothing. N. H. Wlnans, of Grand Rapids, was in this city this week. Dr. D. A. McLachlau has been at Chicago on professional business. Miss Bertha Sucker, of Orchard IJak;?, spt'iit Siinday with the family of J. B. lliner. II. AV. Ashley, general manager of the T.i & A. A., Ky., was in the city, Wednesday. Chas. H. Kline returned from New York, Friday, wliere he spent ten days on business. H. G. Van Tuyl, of Detroit, a member of the firm of E. F. Mills & Co., spenl Friday and Saturday in the city. J. T. Jacobs ai-rived home from hia Texas trip, Friday. He was taken Blek and returned sooner than he expected. Miss Irene Hughes, of Brooldyn, N. Y., who has been the gucst for several weeks of Ifer coueins, the Misscs Duffy, returned home, Saturday. Herbert A. Williams lcft JIonday íor a month's vacation. His place in the Courier office is filled temporarily by JohnS Travis, of Cooper. Emory Townseud, of East Saginaw, was in. the city, Tuesday and Wednesday. White here he enjoyed a couple of on the llasonic goat. ""Frank Guerin, Ilenry Wilson and Henry Luick, throc Lima sports, men, passed tlirough Ann Arbor for tlie north on a hunting expedition, Monday. Harry Hill, of Fairbeau, Jlinn., spent a couple of days last week with [rienda in the city. He was a student of the law department bal! a dozen years figo. Ailorney Chas. Ashley, of the T. & A. A. R'y., was in Ann Arbor, Saturd;iy.- He was making arrangements to supply our local dealers with Whitmore Lake ice for next season. Mrs. N. C. Cochrane, wife of the manuging editor of the Toledo Commercial, is sspendin; a couple of weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mooro, of S. División street. II. M. Taber is expected home frow Toledo, ihi.s week. Cápt. ('. K. Hlscock returöeflj Satunlay, from A'elasco. Texas, and oihei southern points, much iraproved in health. Ho says that Velasso is a booming lown, where a few montlis iiot a sign of a house could be geen. Now liundreds of people ave there, living in houses, shanties, and tentg. Iand values are on the risi every day, a lot that was offered for $1,800 th day he avrivo flbeing refused at tliat figure and lild at $2,000 on the following day.