Walter C. Mack drove out from Ann Arbor last Tuesday on buisness. Mr. Henry Stark went to Cincinnati, O., last Monday on business. : Clinton Jaynes has been visiting ■ witti his grandfather in Dundee. George Nisle has bought the ; house on the corner of Boyne and Clinton streets. Miss Lena Arnold, of Tecumseh, I visited friends in town from Friday ! until Monday. J Prof. Evan Essery was in ' lanti to attend the celebration of the i 46th birthday of the normal school. I Harry Kies, wlio is attending the ! military academy at Orchard Lake, ! is enjoying a week's vacation at his home. Albert W. Dorr and friend C. L. Newcomer, of Hillsdale college, ' ited friends in town a few days. Mrs. George Johnson, of Hastings, has been visiting old friends ■ for a few days. Mr. Buss, manager of Walter C. Mack's store, has rented the house belonging to Mrs. C. Wolf. Mr. Charles Sanford has sold the creamery to Fred Kensler. There are a great many who have been moving in the past week. Mrs. Payne has moved back upon her farm in Iron Creek, and Mrs. Stark has moved into the house vacated by Mrs. Payne; A. C. Aylesworth back upon his farm near Wampter's lake; Mrs. Dickerson back to her farm in Bridgewater, ! and Mr. Elfring on a farm near j Dexter.