Rev. E. D. Kelly was in Detroit, Monday. O. M. Martin spent Thanksgiving in Bay City. Eugene Gilmore has returned frora Saginaw. $ Richard E. Kearns spent Thanksgiving in Lansing. Miss Lottie Stephens, of Detroit, is visiting in the city. GMrs. Parris Banfield has been in Big Rapids this week. Miss Lydia Mast has been visiting her sister in Hamburg. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Calkins spent Thanksgiving in Coldwater. A. Tucker returned from Indian( apolis, Ind., Friday evening. Supervisor Gilbert, of Chelsea, was a visitor in the city on Tuesday. Mrs. W. F. Warren, of Buffalo, N. Y., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. L. Noble. Mr. áftd Mrs. B. Frank Bovver, of Cleveland, Ohio, visited their sister, Miss Emma E. Bower, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Miller, who have been visiting Samuel G. Miller, have returned to Coldwater, Kansas. David Edwards, supervisor of the first district, Ypsilanti, transacted business here for the county last Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Potter and daughter Ernestine, of Detroit, spent the first of the week with Miss Amelia McLaren. Guy W. Stevenson spent Thanksgiving with his sister in Perrinsville (sometimes euphoniously called "Pike's Peak"), near Detroit. Seward Cramer, Ypsilanti editor of the Washtenaw Times, was in the city Tuesday afternoon and evening. Mr. Cramer is doing excellent work for his paper. Ed. Mingay, who has run the Mergenthaler typesetting machine for the Washtenaw Times the greater part of this year, has thrown up his job and lef t the city. The machine is nowoperated by B. F. Olinger, who handled it with skill before Mr. Mingay's advent.