Dr. S. M. Hartley is visiting in Milwaukee. Miss Winnie DaPue gave a Hallöwe'ea party. Ed. O. Schairer is home on a 10 days' furlough. Robert Geruer, of Detroit, was in the city over Sanday. .Tndge C. B. Grant, of Lausing, was iu the oity Saturday. Mrs. Joseph Clark is visiting iu Jonesville and Lansing. Miss Belle Norris, of Wilmot st, gave a Hallowe'en party. Henry O. Meuth saug in St. Paul's chnrch, Owossa, Snnday. Oscar Loick leaves for the uorth vvood Tnesday after voting. W. W. VVatts, of Detroit, was iu the oity several days tbis week. .lames Duffy, city attorney of Bay Oity, was here over Sanday. Dr. and Mrs. Gay L. Keifer, of Detroit, were in the city Satnrday. Sergeant Cooper, of Co. A, íilst Michigan, is home on a fnrlongh. Mrs. W. P. Davis, of Albion, has been visiting Mrs. Eugene Helber. Mrs. J. A. Crawford, of Howell, has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wessinger. John P. Trojanowski, of the 31st Michigan, has been home on a furlough. Mrs. Christian Arudts, of Marshall, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Henue. Nelson Garlinghouse is hnnting deer in the Indian river in Muskegon ooonty. Mrs. Ross Granger has returned from Knoxville. Capt. Graneer is expected home in a few days. Mrs. Walter Boynton and Miss Luoile Goddard are espected to arrive here today from Denver, Colo. Miss Lulu Goodrich, wbo bas been visiting Mrs. Edward Reddaway, returned to Ypsilanti Wednesday. Sergeant C. F. Haines, of Dnndee, is visiting nis uncle Dr. Brooks. He is convalescing from typhoid fever.