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MrR. f;. S. Wntkins ras gons tö"Orlsltfl Dakotu. ' Mrs. Qeddos lus boon in 'iYeuiiisch tliis week. Toe Haniilton rciuniod trom Arizonu and New Mexico last Sumlay. A.H. Merrill goes to Ciucinnati next week to attend the Dramatic Festival. Mrs. Mozart of tb e Register department in Washington was in the city Tuesday. M;s. Ratusdell.of Manistee, was visiting lier ilaughter here in college, last week. Edward Dnft'y has {tone to Pliünüclphia as delégate to the meeting of the Land League. J. J. Goodyear and wifehavegone on a short visit to Ithaca, New York, where liis parents reside. Charles Cooley went sonth to the mountains of Tennessce this weck, gala In search of health. Rcv. Isacc Crooks, pastor of the M. E. church of Grand Rapids, was visitiiijj Mr. J. T. Jacobs last week. Jerome Winchell, of the I'inekney Dispatch, made ns a cali Saturday. He was accompanied by Mr. Johnson, also of Pinckney. Mrs. Coe started Tuetday niglit to f;o to Dakota to join her son, Carril, at Oriska. She will be greatly inisscd by the active workers In all the good ciuses of the cily. William Clark, president of the high school senior da, has been called to his home in Montana, by the sickness of his father. He probably will not return this year. Mr. G. W. Bullis, until recently a law partner of Regent Cutcheon in Manistee has rented E. Iï. Pond's residence on State street and will move here to edticate his family. O. A. Derby, curator of the Royal Museum in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, last week was visitinfr Prof. Steere, with whom he became acquainted during the trip of the latter to Brazil. Charles J. Kintner, is noiv Chief' Clerk in the Patent office at Washington. His many old friends here will be glad to hear of his promotion. List ycar he rowed in the crew of the champion rowing club on the Potomac.


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