Mrs. B. J. Conrad is visiting in Albion. Aid. A. P. Ferguson was in Saginaw, Monday. Mayor William G. Doty is ill with la grippe. Mrs. J. Taylor has returned home from New York. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Fall spent Sunday in Albion. Mrs. Henry Matthews is visiting her daughter in Lansing. Mrs. Geo. Vandawarker has been visiting friends in Detroit. F. T. Stimson has returned from a visit to Logansport, Ind. John Koch, of Koch & Henne, is in Grand Rapids this week. Miss Emily Pitkin returned Wednesday from a visit in Petroleum. W. L. Marquardt was in Mt. Clemens the latter part of last week. Mrs. W. W. Wetmore has returned from her visit in Livingston county. Myron French, of West Branch, has been visiting friends in the city. Col. H. S. Dean visited G. A. R. posts in Coldwater and Quincy, this week. Mrs. Frederick Volz, of Saginaw, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Sophia Spring. Elmer E. Spencer, substitute mail carrier, has resigned and gone to Chicago. Miss Carrie Winans, of Grand Rapids, had been visiting Miss Mamie Bliss. Mr. George Jewell expects soon to leave for Chicago to accept a position there. W. E. Holt, of the Bellevue Gazette, was in the city last week. He is a hustling Holt. Dr. Flemming Carrow attended a banquet given by the Grand Rapids physicians, Monday. Miss Annie Frothingham, of Detroit, was visiting the Misses Dunster, the first of the week. Joe T. Jacobs spent a few clays at "Fair View Farm," on the middle Ypsilanti road, this week. Mrs. Walter Gabrileski, who has been visiting friends in Cincinnati, returned home this week. Mrs. Nancy Van Valkenburg, of New York, has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Maurice Pack. Rev. John Neumann was in Adrián, Sunday, assisting in the dedication of a new church. Eli W. Moore has been making a trip through Michigan in the interest of the Agricultural company. Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Deuress and Mr. and Mrs. Frank McKay, left for California Monday morning. V. K. Childs attended a meeting of the association of mutual tire insurance companies, in Lansing, this week. Geo. Greening, of Greening Bros., proprietors of the River Raisin Valley Nurseries, of Monroe, has been visiting friends in the city. Minnie Roehm, who has been visiting friends here, left Tnesday for Eaton Rapids, where she will visit her brother, August, for a few weeks and then return to her home in Chicago.