Mrs. W. W.Williams, of Eaton Raptdg U visitinjr Mrs. K. Kfttredge. I .. C. Harrison gives a social party at 7Í Xortli Miiin street this eveninjr. Herbert Colby of Springport is the gues of Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Harrison ot thls city. Miss Ella WhitakerofChelsea, has been visititig fiiends in the city the past few days. S. S. Klitz has rented M. C. Peterson's Uouse, corner of Fourth and Liberty sts., and will remove thereto soon. 15. F. Watts was n Detroit ycsterday as a delégate frotn Athens lodge A. O. U. VV to the grand lodge In session there. John Lucas is in nttendance upon the crund lodge at Detroit as delégate froin Ann Arbor lodge, No. 27, A. O. U. W. John Truscott took in Ann Arbor the lir-i of the week. - Wayne Review. Singular! That's the ftrst we had heard of it Chas. M. Wells and wifc, of Chicago, have been In the city during the week yisitiiighismother, cor. State and Monroests. Geo. F. Keek left the city last Monday morning for Grand Kapids, where he will probabiy locale pcrimnently. Buccess to you. Geo. Mr. Fred. and Miss Liz.ie Dancer, of Ionia, win) have been visitlng at their iiunf?, Mrs. Geo. Dancer, of Northlield, aiui other relatives, rctumed home Friday after a tlirec weeks stay. County Clerk Howlett, has gonc to hls home in Lyndon to-day to be present ut the 79th birthday anniveríary of his father, Robert Howlett, whose farm jolns his own. There will be a family reunión upon the occasion. George Havilatid is to start on a trip soutu next Monday golng from St. Louis to Memphis and New Orlean?, from there to Florida, thence back to Chatanooga, Louisville, and so on home, in the interest of his northerx hotel.