Dr. S. A. Jones went to Mackinaw last week. Col. Henry S. Dean is at Old Mission. Eugene Koch is taking a trip around the lakes. Jacob Dengler, of Owosso, spent Sunday in the city. Prof. J. C. Knowlton got back from Charlevoix, Tuesday. Rev. Henry Tatlock returned from New York city, Friday. A. L. Noble left Tuesday night for New York to buy goods. Oscar O. Sorg went to Jackson, Monday evening, on business. Mrs. Fred C. Brown and daughter returned Sunday from Sioux City. David Henning, of Chicago, was in the city last Friday and Saturday. Miss Lillian Mills, of Boyne City, Mich., is visiting at Stephen Mills'. Will E. Stimson returned Saturday, from a week's visit at Hastings. Mrs. S. W. Clarkson and children are visiting her parents at Manchester. Mrs. E. J. Johnson has returned from a visit of several weeks at Charlotte. E. G. Zeigler, of Calumet, has been visiting his sister, Mrs. W. L. Frank. Miss Susie Pulcipher is visiting her uncle, George Pulcipher, in Toledo. Hon. A. J. Sawyer, of Cavanaugh lake, was in the city a few hours, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Goodyearleave on Monday to spend their vacation at Old Mission. Evart H. Scott and family leave for Old Mission to spend the summer on Monday. Miss Florence Underwood, of Inkster, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. A. P. Ferguson. Mrs. C. S. Fall and daughter, Nina, are visiting relatives at Newport, Monroe Co. Mrs. W. L. Frank has gone to visit her daughter, Mrs. William Ritter, of Hancock. Mrs. LeSuer, of Toledo, is enjoying a prolonged visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Davison. E. G. Ziegler, who has been visiting W. L. Frank, returned to Calumet, Wednesday. A. L. Noble left for a business and pleasure trip to New York, Wednesday evening. A. R. Thomas returned Saturday from a three weeks' visit at his old home, Syracuse, N. Y. Wellington Tate returned Monday evening, from a visit of several weeks at Grand Rapids. Chas. E. Hiscock has been rusticating-at the Keystone club house, Zukey Lake, this week. Mrs. M. C. Peterson, left Monday evening for a visit of several weeks at Garrettsville, O. Robert Gwinner spent Saturday night and Sunday with Titus Hutzel and family at Zukey Lake. Fred K. Cleaver has returned from his western trip with largely expanded ideas of the country. Edward Lohr, of Toledo, O., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Lohr, of Packard Street. Mrs. Myron H. Mills is in daily expectation of a visit from her brother, Frank L. Ide, of Texas. Mrs. W. W. Watts and Mrs. H. C. Benham are visiting their sister near Wayne, Mrs. P. J. Parshall. "Doe" Benham, of Detroit, a former resident of this city, spent a portion of the week with friends here. Hon. Charles K. Whitman was in the city, Wednesday, from Charlevoix, where he is spending the summer. Miss Hattie Luce is visiting her cousin in Howell for a few weeks. From there she will go to to Island Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Moore returned Tuesday from Port Huron and vicinity, where they have been visiting. Mrs. F. A. Howlett returned from Cavanaugh Lake, where she has been spending several weeks, on Monday. Arthur Gelston and family, of Bay City, are visiting his parents on the corner of Washington and División streets. Henry Neuhoff, of Detroit, was visiting old friends here last week. He has lost 56 pounds since he left Ann Arbor. Mrs. E. D. Griffith, of Jackson, who has been visiting Stephen Mills, of Pittsfield, for some time, returned home on Monday. B. Frank Olinger, of the Washtenaw Times, spent about a week of his vacation in Muskegon, accompanied by his brother Albert. Edwin Hoffmann, of Detroit, spent the past two weeks with friends in this city and vicinity, amongst whom were Myron H. Mills and family, of Brooks Street. Mrs. S. A. Jones left for Wequetonsing, Monday evening, where she will be the guest of Mrs. C. W. Wagner for a couple of weeks. Will Zimmer, who has been spending several days with his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Eberbach, returned to Manistee, Tuesday. George E. Stevenson, deputy great commander of the Maccabees for this county, went to Ypsilanti last Wednesday, on business connected with the order. Mr. Hennequin, the well known and popular dramatic author and playwright, and formerly a professor in the University, will reside in the city, with his family, the greater part of the summer. So far as a man of such mental activity can rest, he is resting. John Rurns, chief clerk with Win. H. Mclntyre, and his friend John Eisele, spent three days at Zukey Lake last week. No elaborate fishing exploits have been related by eilher, which pleasantly breaks the monotony of that habit in the case of most lake resorters. John R. Miner and Jas. R. Bach left Monday for a week's trip through the northern part of the state. Mr. Miner is hunting for a camping ground for the Grand Commandery of Knights Templar where the members of that order and their families will hold forth annually.