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Gilbert Blies is still eonfined to liis liöme. A. F. Freeman, of Manchester, was in the city yesterday. Miss Nettie Ames left for Minneapolis Tuesday morning. Hon. Jeremlah D. Dorey, of Manchester, was In the city Saturday. Major Sonle is at Ionia in attendance upon the grand lodge of I. O. O. F. Miss Anna Frotliingham is tlie guest of Mis. J. J. Goodyear for a few days. Mrs. Itiindolph, of Toledo, called upon some of her frlend3 in town on Monday. Prof. J. B. Davis is about once more, having recovered from a serious attack of the grip. Miss Emma Bower of the Deinocrat spent several days in Saginaw during tlie past week. Mrs. J. J. Goodyear gave a delightful reception yesterday from 4 to 6 o'clock to her lady f rienda. Mr.N. B. Beers and brother were guests of tlieir cousin, Mrs. R. A. Beal, last Saturday and Sabbath. Prof. W. H. Butt?, lit. class '78, of Orchard Lake Military Academy, was in the city last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Perry, of Pcrry, Mioh., former residents of thi3 vicinity are visiting at Jas. Bonner's in Scio. Mrs. II. J. Brown arrived home Monday, leaving her sister, Miss Jaycox, some botter tliough with littlc hope of her ultímate recovery. O. 1'. Jaycox, who was with H. J. Brown for two or three years, pussed througli here Friday, on lus way to New York, from his home in Aspen, Col. The Hanford Bros. who live about "[% mile out on the Saline road, wen; eiven a surprise last Thursday by a number of Ann Arbor and other frlends. Miss Hoba Pulcipher commenced teaching school in Mooreville last Monday morning. She took the place of a teacher who was obllged to quit on account or beiiif? sick. V. F. Lodholz was out to the lakes yesterday, assistlng in depositing untold numbers of the little " linny tribe '' as stock in trade for future storiea of unheard of proportions. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Pond and dau&hter Louise, wcrc in Detroit Monday and Tuesday in attendance upon the funeral of Mrs. Ashley Pond, who died at Coronado, Cal., tbe week prevlous of heart trouble. Hichard Kennis, who has been stationed at Cleveland, Ohio, in the office of Gec W. Pepper, superintendent of tbe Oth división of tlie mail service, was in tbe city over Sunday, visiting Ii is parents. "Dick" bas been placed on the road niiiii, runninK between Syracuse and Cleveland. This looks some like tbe fate of political warfare, for "Dick'' is a competent fcllow wherever you place bim.


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