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W. H. VVhitmarsh, of Milan, was an Anti Arbor visitor, Wednesday. C. H. Kempf, oí Chelsea, was in the city, Wednesday. Richard Kearns was home from Detroit the fust of the week. Miss Sophia Schraid is visiting in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Hon. H. Wirt Newkirk, of Dexter, was in the city, Tuesday. J. D. Ryan was in Lansing two days this week. John F. Spafard, of Manchester, was in the city, Tuesday. H. M. Taber has left for his Dakota farm. Samuel Krause has left on his Colorado trip. Postmaster Gillen, of Saline, was in the city, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Royall S. Willfams, of Wyming, lowa, have been visiting their daughter, Mrs. C. F. Kimball. Martin M. Seabolt has returned to Manistee. Mrs. Paul Boynton and son, of Chicago, are visiting Mrs. W. Cornwell. Prof. F. M. Hamilton, of Bucyrus, Ohio, is visiting in the city. Miss Helen Ames is visiting in Hattle Creek. F. E. Legg left for Chicago Wednesday. Robert Gerner is taking a western trip. Miss Della Weatherhead, of South Lyon, is visiting Miss Kittie Berry. Miss Ottie Hillis, who has been staying with her aunt, Miss Mate Clark, and attending school for the past year, has returned to her home in Pittsburg, Kansas. She visited relatives in Chicago several days on her return. Mrs. Harry W. Hawley, of Chicago, is visiting at her father's, Christian Mack. Mark W. Harrington, chief of the weather bureau, of Washington, D. C-, has been in the city this week. Dr. C. Howell, of Alpena, is visiting his daughter, Mrs. A. C. Nichols.


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