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F. G. Graupner was in Detroit, Tuesday. Miss Annie Condón is visiting friends in Kalamazoo. Wesley Hicks spent Sunday at Holland visiting his son. Mrs. B. F. Watts, left Wednesday to visit her sisters at Flint. Miss Helen Terry, of Toledo, is visiting Miss Josie Henion. James Monahan, of Denver, Col., was in the city this week. Miss Lottie Jackson left Saturday for Manistique to visit friends. Mrs. J. M. Lee, of Rochester, N. Y., is visiting Mrs. J. C. VVood. Miss Grace Jennelle, of Detroit, is the guest of Miss Florence Foster. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Miner are visiting their grandson in Chicago. Oscar Schmid, of Jackson, spent Sunday with his parents in this city. J. Wra. Hangsterfer, of Detroit, was in the city Saturday and Monday. Dr. James C. Stevens, of Detroit, spent Monday with relatives in the city. Rev. Fr. Fierle, of Ionia, visited bis old friends in this city, Monday. Mrs. O. B. Hall gave a musicale to a number of friends, last Friday evening. Geo. A. Gilbert left Monday for Minneapolis to see the fun in the convention. Mrs. P. Lichtenberg, of Detroit, ïas been visiting her daughter, Mrs. S. Rosenthaler. Dr. J. M. Lee, of Rochester, N. Y., has been the guest of Dr. J. C. Wood this week. Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Hannan, of Hoosac Falls, have been visiting at Rev. E. D. Kelly's. James Clements and daughter, Miss Mary Clements, left Monday for New York City. Miss Matilda S. Brown, who has been visiting in Manistee and Petoskey has returned home. Fred Parsons, U. S. A.,stationed at Fort Mackinac, has been visiting his mother in this city. Dr. Chas. Gatchell attended the National Republican convention at Minneapolis this week. Michael Brenner returned Saturday from a business trip to the northern part of the state. Hugh R. Jenkins returned Monday from a.five weeks' trip in the northern part of the state. Fred C. Brown, of the Times, left Tuesday night for Sioux City, Ia., to spent a couple of weeks. Miss Mabel Corson returned Saturday evening from Petoskey, where she visited her parents. C. M. Fuller, of Cleveland, who had been visiting M. C. Peterson, left Saturday for Grand Rapids. Mrs. Lottie Eastman, of Chicago, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Israel Hall, returned home Monday. Chas. W. Mellor left Monday evening on a business trip through 'ndiana for the Egan Imperial Truss Company. C. A. Fellows, of Three Rivers, vho clerked for H. J. Brown about en years ago, visited friends here ast week. v L. T. Limpert left Monday for Saulte Ste. Marie and other northern loints, expecting to be gone about hree weeks. Mrs. James R. Bach and daughter, ,ois, returned Saturday evening rom a visit of several weeks to her ister in Howell. Mrs. J. C. Stevens is here visiting ïer mother. She will probably pend a part of the summer in this ity and vicinity. Miss Eva Jenkins, of Flint, who ïas been visiting her aunt, Mrs. B.F. Vatts, for several weeks, returned ïome Wednesday. Richard Masón, who has been pending the week with his family on Washtenaw avenue, returned to Gladstone, Monday. Dr. V. C. Vaughan attended the conference of the State Board of Health at Lansing this week. -Dr. r. G. Novy also attended. Miss Louise Walsh, who has been visiting in Detroit six weeks, reurned home Saturday night. Esella Walker returned with her. Chas. E. Hiscock, altérnate delégate from this district to the Naional Republican Convention, left or Minneapolis, Sunday afternoon. Lyman D. James has been in the city part of the past week looking after his real estáte interests. He eturned to Williamsburg, Mass., Monday evening. Prosecuting Attorney H. W. Newcirk, of Luther, formerly editor of he Register, was in the city last 7riday on his way to Minneapolis to attend the Republican convention as a Blaine delégate. ,


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