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Frank üruber, of Rochester, N. Y., was visiting in the city thisj week. John W. Goodspeed spent Tuesday in Charlotte. Dr. and Mrs. j. N. Martin have returned from Florida. Mrs. W. B. Phillips is visiting in Carthage, N. Y. Ira Severance, of Red Wing, Minn. , is in the city. Mrs. Celia A. Jacox is visiting in Chicago. Prof. Walter Miller is visiting in Chicago. Prof. Walter Miller, of Leiand Stanford university, has been visiting his father, Samuel G. Miller. Mrs. L. S. Smith, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hugh D. Mars, returned to Cassapolis, Tuesday. George Nichol, of Klint, is visiting in Ann Arbor. J. J. Goodyear attended his first meeting with the board of trustees of the Eastern Insane Asylum at Pontiac yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kcith, of Mt. Cleniena, were in the city tu attend the funeral of A. E. Keith. Prof. . C. Knowlton lectures betore the University Bible class in the M. E. churcii next Sunday noon on "Criminal Jurisprudence i n the Time of Christ." Lew H. Clement and Clifford C. Chickering have returned f rom an extensive business trip through the state. Mrs. Eli W, Mooie lias retunxd f rom a two weeks visit wit 11 i.'.t father in Bay City. Miss Edith Popkin s is visiting in Detroit. D. C. Johnson, of Watervliet, is visiting his daughter, Mrs. T. H. VVadhams. M. J. Brennan, of Devil's Lake, Misses Annie, Jmia and Celia Brennan, of Chicago, and Mrs. Ürr, of South Bend., Ind., were called to this city this week by the illness of their parents. A large line of Baby Carriages, at all prices and styles, at Haller's Kurniture Store. 20-21


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