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Mrs. Edward Jindelang and son, and Miss Rosa Doll, of Chelsea, visited Mr. and Mrs. William Bury and Mr. and Mrs Dwyer last week. Oscar F. Sehmidt, of Jaokson, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sehmidt. Dr. C. W. Prettyman, of Chicago, who bas been a guest of his brother, Aid. Prettyman, returned home Monday. Rev. C. A. Yonng and family have removed to Chicago. ! Chas. Berkhardt has severed his neation with Maitin Hal Ier af ter ten j years with the firm, and left Satnrday night for Chicago to enter the einploy of Ketcheru & Rothschild, upholsterers. Mrs. Clara Foley Moore and son, of Davenport, Iowa, are visitíng Mrs. J. Foley, of 95 E. Hurón street, Mrs. Moore's mother. M. S. Cook and Simón Sohairer, of Dexter, were in the city Weduesday. Prof. F. M. Hamilton arrived home from Mexico Wednosday noon. Mr. aud Mrs. R. S. Greenwood arrived home from their Mexican trip Wednesday. Miss Mollie Scanion bas gune to Chattunooga, Tenn , to visit friends for twomonths. J. Q. A Sessions was in Lansing this j week in atteudance upon the sixth j trieunial session of the Knighis of Honor. Capt. R. M. Barker and brido, of Flint, are expected in the city tuday from Detroit, to be guests for a few days of Mr. Barker's son, Geo. R. Barkw, togetber with inany relatives in tbe city. They will visit Mr. Barker's brother, Frank Barker, at Whitmore Lake, before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beal will accompany the editors on tbeir trip to New Orleans and Mexico, startiug toniorrow from Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. .T. E. Beal have entertained tbeir friends at three very enjoyable parties this and last week. Mr. and. Mrs J. V. Sheehan gave a whist party to their numerous friends last evening. Pat McCabe, of Dexter, was in the city Monday. Mr. and Mrs. James Qaarry arrived in the city Saturday night,from Toledo, and will go to housekeeping at 31 E. Liberty st. Miss Lüella Holland, of Sagi'iaw, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Stevens, of 16 E. University avenue. R. A. Jenney called to Utica, N. Y., this week to attend the funeral of a niece.


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