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Miss Edith Noble ia visiting in Cnicago. County Clerk Dausingburg is in Chicago on a visit. Gerald Brown took part in a concört at Clinton on Satnrday. ■_ Fred Biermann is laid up with a severe attack of rheutnatism. Dr. Fleming Carrow retnrned Tnesday from a week's stay in Chicago. Mrs. W. B. Sinith is entertaining her sister, Mrs. Auderson, of Detroit. Miss Carrie Hammei, of Sangatnck, has arrived home to spend the winter. C. G. Liddell, of St. .Louis, Mo., speut Tbanksgiving at bis home ia this city. Dr. W. B. Smith has.gone to Ottumwa, Ia., to see about liis landed interests there. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Cowgill, of Cassopolis, are the guests of their son, Paul Cowgill. E. S. Wells, of Colorado Springs, Colo. , is visiting Mrs. T. Worden, No. 19 División st. Miss Lcnise Gannt, of Chicago, is making a two weeks' visit with Mrs. D. F. Sohairer. E. D. Hand, of the Chicago Chronicle, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hand. Mrs. Jennie Mitchell and bod, Roland, of S. Fourth ave., are visiting relatives in Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Ball and Miss Mary Bell attended the funeral of Mrs: Gay in Dexter yesterday. Phil Schnmacber and Charles Andrews are at Base Lake for a few days' bnntiug and fishing. Mrs. A. M. Dengler, of N. Fifth ave., is visiting her son, Jacob Dengler and family, of Owosso. Mrs. Tbeda Y. Beardsley, of Howell, is visiting her dangbter, Mrs. E. A. Keith, of S. Tbaver st. Harry Donnelly goes to Chicago in a few days to acoept a position at Eagle & Co. 's wholesale grocery. Prof. J. C. Knowlton attendpd an athletio conference at Chicago Friday and returned home Satnrday. B. V. Gooding. of Stony Créete, 'an old resident of this county, has removed with his family to Ann Arbor. Mts. Fiegel and daughter, of Pittsfleld, have removed to Ann Arbor and wlll reside at 66 S. Fonrth ave. Miss Jeaunette Shetterly, of S. Maiu st., colebrated her birthday among a company of friends Friday night. Miss Niua M. Howlett has returned home from Chicago, where she has been visiting for the last few days. Mail Carrier W. J. Miller is oonfined to the bouse with a severe coltï. Substitute Carrier Sanzi is doing his work. Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Paine, of Woonsocket, Rbode Island, are visiting Prof. and Mrs. A. A. Stanley for a few days. Mrs. L. M. Palmer gave a pleasant reception to the young ladies of the Phi Beta Phi sorority on Saturday evenir f?. . Miss Eva Herbert, forruerly bookkeeper for Jacobs & Allmand, is uow clerking in Moore & Wetmore's book storp. Mrs. Stella McClnre has gone to Logansport, Indiana. Thence she expects to go to Wheeling, W. Va., in a short time. Miss Clara Feiner has been obliged to give np her position as teacher of the Delhi school, on aocount of the illness of her niother. Miss Nellifi Mosely, of this city, gave au elocntiouary entertainment at the M. E. churoh in Waterloo, Satnrday evening last. Miss Francés Pieroe returned'to her home in Homer, N. Y., yesterday, after a visit with her annt, Mrs. J. Johnson, on Packard st. George Keppler has retnrned from a two years' sojourn in Dakota and will spend the winter with bis father, John Keppler, of Ann Arbor town. Mrs, Julia Galpin, of Ann Arbor, returned home Monday after spending a week with her daughter, Miss Matie, and Mr. aud Mrs. VV. A. Cochrane, of Adrián. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sohaller celebrated the flrst anniversary of their marriage on Thanksgiving Day. Mrs. Schaller was made the recipiënt of some nice presonts, George L. Sweet, of this city, acted as best man at the wedding of Mr. Eri Tabor and Miss Ellen D. Surbrook, which took place Thanksgiving evening at the home of the bride's parents iu Ypsilanti. Hon. R. P. Bishop, of Lndington, representativa in congress from the ninth district, was in Anu Arbor a few days this week visiting his son who is attending the nuiversity. Mr. Bishop was on bis way to Washington, D. C. Simon B. Barnaby, unole of Jas. B. Saunders, wbo came here from Springfield, Olaio, last week, and is uow at the residentie of Mr. S., is very sick with bronchial pueumouia. The old gentlemau is in his 80 h year, aud ia the last of Mr. S. 's grandfather'a ily on the mother s


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