C. A. Hendrieks is íd Traverse City. Miss. Mande Keyes ia visitiug in To' ltído. Mis. E. E. Beal spent Snnday iu Mt. Cleruens. Miss Harriet Lawis bas retunred from the east. Hod. J. T. Jacobs returaed Friday from New York. Mrs. Charles Kintner has returned to New Yock city. Mrs. Fannie Brewer, of Frankfort, is visiting in the city. James Keatns returned frotn Pittsburg, Pa., Wednesday. Mrs. Fred Sbowerman has goue to New York city f or the winter. Miss Ella Taylor, of Detroit, visited her ruotber here Friday and Satnrday. Addison Critohett, of Co. A., 31st Michigan, is home on a 20 day forlón gb. Mrs. Ross Granger and sons left Taeaday for Koxville, Tenn., to spend the winter with Capt. Granger. Mrs. L. J. Bidwell, of Tecnmseh, and Mrs. A. G. Walker, of Jackson, are visiting Mrs. W. D. Adama. Missea Minnie and Ada McGregor, who have been visiting Mrs. George R. Kelly, returned to London. Ont., Tuesday. Rev. W. M. Forrest is attending tbe National Missiouary convention of the Disciples of Christ at Chattanooga, Tenn. Fred Rappeleye, of tbe Postal Tele;rapb Co., Detroit, spent last Snnday, n the city, the goest of Eugene K. ?rneanfi. John C. Sharpe, the republican candidate for state senator, was in the oity Tiiday, and stirred up the repnblioau )ress iuto booming him. Dr. G. F. Clark, of Almer, Ont., and Dr. C. W. Clatk, of Winnebago, lilanitoba, have beeu visiting their son and nephew, Dr. E. A. Clark. Mrs. Ann White, of 8. Main st. is pending the month at Ridgeway, at he home of ber daugbter, Mrs. Annie Pooklington, and is uow rejoioiug over □ eleven ponnd grandson.