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E. ii. Pond was at Dexter Tuesday. Fred Barker is visiting relatives at Clyde. L. II. Salsbary, of Adrián, was in the city Friday. Ed. L. Seyler spent Sunday with hia sister in Detroit. 'Vill A. Hatch, formerly of Ahn Arb'oir, was here last Friday. Miss Mary Reyer, of Bridgewater, s visiting Mrs. George Wahr. Geo. W. Millen, of Detroit, spent: last Friday with friends here. M. T. Kalm, of Chillicothe, 111., j visited friends liere Wednesday. Mrs. E. E. Beal retumed Saturday from a week 's visit at Dexter. Mrs. C. M. Brigbt, of Massilion, O., is theguestofMrs. C. H. Jones: Mrs. T. B. Johnson, of Flint, is visiting her sister, Mrs. B. F. Watts. W . W. Bliss and wife spent Sunday at Jackson with their son, Geo E. Bliss. Mrs. Chas. B. Woodward, of Detroit, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Morris F. Lantz. Mrs. Willis W. Abbott and son, of Chicago, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Mack. . ■ Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Watts went to Kalamazoo, Friday, and spent several days with friends there. Mrs. Clark Mills, from Mancelona, is visiting her father-in-law, Stephen Mills, of Pittsfield. ( '-avión! Wilner, from Portageville, N. Y.; was the guest of Mrs. ilcnry I clue over Sunday. Harry A. Bliss, of New York, spent Sunday with bis mother, Mrs. E. C. l'recr, 011 Williams street. Frederick Schmid went to Pontiac, Wednesday, to attend a meeting of the board of control of the asylum. K.H. Scott went to Grand Rapids, Wednesday, to attend a meeting of the state pomological committee of the World's Fair. The announcement is made that Cuy Houdint, of Cleveland, a former Aun Arbor boy, is soon soon to be married to a niece of the late Senator Conklin. J . C. Watts returned from a southern trip last week, being taken down with an attack of quinzy and remained here until Monday, when he left for Saginaw. Edward Duffy returned Monday from an official visit to Marquette prison. He had a pieasant trip, and was surprised at the warm weather he found there. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beal returned last Friday from the southern trip taken with the members of the Michigan Press Association. They had a most enjoyable trip and speak highly of the hospitality shown the members by the southern people. K. F. Watts and J. O. A. SesSions attendèd the animal meeting of the Grand Lodgè, Knights of Honor, at Jackson, Tuesday and Wednesday. The former went as a memberofthe board of trustees and the latter as the representative of Ann Arbor Lodge. Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Andrews, who have been visiting in Ann Arbor for several weeks past, have gone for an extended visit to rela■tives in Maine. Their present home is in North Dakota, but within the present year they expect to be numbered with the permanent residents of Ann Arbor.


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