Will Frey, of Norvell, was in town on ïhursday. Couch C. Dorr was in Jaekson on business last week. Edwin Cook and daughier, of Tipten, have been visiting at Randolph Cook's. Stephen M. Merithew erpects to remove to Manchester soon. Willliam B. Osborn has a valuable 8teer that is ill with catarrhal fever. Miss Maud Wortley, who has been studying niusic at Detroit, is very ill at the home of her father. Mrs. George Bahnmiiler, Jr. , and sister, Kate Brïx, vi9ited at George Bahnmiller's on Wednesday. The Misses Nellie, Lncy and Mary Brooks have gone to Traverse City tb spend the winter. Henry J. Reno, who has been quite ill for some time, is again able to be about. Glenn Slocum, who bas been ia Novtbern Michigan on a business trip, is at home again. The youag people enjoyed a social hop at George Rommelhart's on Tuesday evening. Bernhard Ahrens was in Bridgewater on Monday. Albert Trotz was at Chelsea on business last week.