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Personal Chit Chat

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Frank Bliss, Cleveland. O., is in the city. Prof. Siuwuds has gone to Norluville to live. Miss Lilly M. Nicliols is giving lessons in uil paintlng. Geo. B. Dignan, of Fruilport, Miei.., i Tidtting his old home. Marión Goodale, of Sagina w, is spending u few weeks in the city. .ludge Iluminan has gonc on a trip down the St. Lawreucc river. Recorder Douglas and wife, have gone on a trip to the White mouutaius. K. II. Branch, vvife and son, of Bronklyn, N. Y., are visiting in Chelsea. C. II. Mille'n and wife, are viMling Mrs. J. G. Lewis, Hyde Park, HL. Mrs. Bessie Miller, Leadville, Col , ib visitins her sister, Mrs. W. G. Uuty. Thos. P. Bonner will try his luck in Cheboygan, Mich., whcie lie is now liv ing. Prof. Beman and iainily have gone to Ohio. He expectb to be abseut about two mout lis. Dr. P. B. Hose has gone to Chicago, where he has a positiön at a salary of f 8500 per year. Dr. Frauklin aml wife have. gime to Fraukliu 's point, on Buit Lake, to epeod a couple of moutlis. CÖas. Crossman, who has Deen in New York the past two years, is spending a few days witU his friends. Leroy C. Noble, inaster meehauic of the lloustau and Toxas Centrul railroad, ia visiting his relativos in the city. Mrs. N. M. SchoT, Miss Nettie Ames, Mrs. V. A. Spence, Miss Royer, R A. lïeul, and Junias Heul have gone t llic White mouDtaios. Itev. J. E. Davis, oi Maoonib couuty, lays claitn to the distinction of being tue oldest mason in the state. He was installed in June 1318. Wlio disputes tho claim? It is said that L. Mclntyre, ex-regeut and banker, is coming back to take possession of his old residence on liuion streel; also that Kev. Mr. Wettuiore, formerly pastor of the Presliyterian church, and family, will make their home _with him."


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