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Charles Dwyer is up in Wfatio county. Evart H. Scott was in Toledo Saturday. Fred Staebler, sr., is in Chicag this week. George R. Allmendinger is visit ing Chicago. Mrs. Jay C. Taylor left Tuesday for New York. Mr. and Mrs. G. Storms are in Chicago this week. Mrs. Charles E. Greene left yes terday for Chicago. Charles S. Millen left for Chica go, Sunday evening. Mrs. Lew H. Clement is visiting her mother in Colon. Fred Besimer joined his wife in Chicago last Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Nichols went to Chicago, Thursday. W. W. Whedon left for the World's Fair, Tuesday. Airs. P. B. Rose and daughters are visiting in Chicago. Dr. A. Kent Hale returned Tuesday f rom Adams, N. Y. Miss Matilda Feldhauser is visiting her sister in Chicago. Mrs. E. D. Waterman has returned to Salt Lake city. Mrs. Hattie Carbaugh is visiting her father, J. T. Swathel. Mr. and Mrs. William Clancy have been visiting Chicago. Mrs. Louis P. Hall returned from a visit in Chicago, Sunday. Mrs. Martin L. D'Ooge returned Friday evening from Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Southard and son have gone to Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard' Blake went to Chicago, Wednesday evening. Miss Lily Condón left Saturday evening for Chicago and Denver. Emanuel Luick and son Albert left Tuesday for the World's Fair. Joseph Parker was among the World's Fair excursionists, Tuesday. Dewitt C. Fall goes to Detroit to accept a position with O. P. Hazard. Mrs. Israel Hall returned Saturday from a visit to the World's Fair. Fred and Theodore Dodsley took in the World's Fair excursión, Tuesday. Mr. and Airs. Herman Hardinghans lett Tuesday tor the World's 1..... Mr. and Mrs. VValter Taylor are viewing the beauties of the White City. Mr. and Mrs. H. Bennett, of Denver, Col., are visiting Mrs. Dr. J. Kapp. Mrs. J. S. Fish, of Honey Falls, N. Y., is visiting Nelson Garlinghouse. Allen Pond, of Chicago, visited his father, justice Pond over Snnday. Mrs. J. F. Miller, of Detroit, visited Mrs. B. F. Watts, the last of last week. Mr. and Mrs. H. VV. Bennett, of Colorado, have been in the city this week. Ex-prosecuting attorney Henry Merrithew, of Reed City is visiting his parents here. Mr. and Mrs. Cliristian Halier, ■of Rocheter, N. Y., are visiting at Ottmar Eberbachs. Mrs. Henry Tatlock and daughter, Miss Margaret, returned from Chicago, Friday evening. Henry Cole, of LaSalle, 111., was in the city, Wednesday, on the way home from New York. Rev. C. W. Cobern left for Northvilie, Tuesday, where they are holding protracted meeting. James H. Ottley attended the meeting of the Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F., in Lansing this week. Rev. W. L. Tedrow. attended the annual meeting of the Lutheran Synod of Indiana, this week. David A. Hammond, of Charlotte, member of the state board of i catión, was in the city Monday. Andrew Muehlig went to Chicago, Saturday. He has a number of ■ pigeons in the pigeon exhibition. ; Col. Henry S. Dean has gone to Chattanooga, Tenn., to assist in j locating the battlefield monuments -1 there. President Austin Scott, of Rutgers' college, has been visiting his brother, Supervisor Evart H. Scott, this week. Rev. Max Hein and Louis Boes attended the meeting of the Lutheran Synod of Ohio, at Sandusky this week. Will Bannister, of Saginaw, spent Monday with his father Harvey Bannister, leaving Tuesday for the World 's Fair. Hudson T. Morton left Tuesday morning for Milwaukee, to attend the meeting of the National Street Railway Assocation. Mrs. Arthur J. .Mutumery left for Detroit Monday to make the acquaintance of a liltle gtandson v.ho has just arrived. Dr. J. Mueller of the school of technology of üpsala, and delégate of the Swedish Peace and Arbitration Society, of Stockholm, to the World's Fair, spent several days in the city.