Personal And Social
W. W. Watts was in Detroit, Monday. George Jacobus has returned from Toledo. Mrs. M. C. Sheehan is visitmg relatives in Howell. Eugece K. Frueauff and Titus Hutzel are in Toledo today. D. Cramer spent Monday and Tuesday at Tecumseh and Adrián. John Ryan, clerk of Livingston county, was in the city last Saturday. Jim. Goodspeed, of Goodspeed & Sons, is spending the week in Detroit. Guy SteveDson has returned from a two months' visit to his brother in Wallaceville. Mrs. Dr. Tindall, of Toledo, has been the guest of Mrs. D. Cramer for the past week. Mrs. B. F. Watts returned Monday, from Flint, where she had been visiting a sister. J. W. Hamilton left Wednesday morníng for a six weeks' business trip to New Mexico. Adena Walz, oL Manchester, visited Miss Lizzie Miller, of North Second-st, last Thursday. Chas. Fantle, of Minneapolis, was in the city last Friday and Saturday, looking after his interest?. Fred. W. Miller, of Northville, Mich., visited his mother and friends in the city, the first of the week. Mrs. C. M. Jones, of Wichita, Kan., is expeoted in the city, this week, to visit friends and relatives. T. D. Kearney attended the reception of Col. P. J. Sheahan and bride, in Detroit, last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Gates, of Alpena, are spending the week with Dwight Smith and family, on Huron-st. Jay Reed and wife, of Chicago, are visiting the latter'8 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hiscock, on N. Main-st K_ TT ftoftt.t. WAS ïn Tïlftfnn Rtiniiia loef Friday, where he read a paper before the Eaton County horticultural society. Seward Cramer was home from Toledo, over Sunday. He expresses himself as highly pleased with his new position. Mrs. H. Woodward and child returned Tuesday evening, from a ten weeks' visit to relatives in Readsburg, Wisconsin. Misses Nellie and Pet Keefe, and Mrs. Donovan, of Youngstown, Ohio, are visiting Mr. Burchfleld's family, on West Miller-ave. Mr. Frank Currier, a professional piano tuLer, of Detroit, will be at Clements' music store, next Monday, where orders can be left for tuning. Mrs. D. P. Sloan, of Detroit, who has been visiting in Chelsea tor the past five weeks, returned home after making a short visit with friends on Division-st. Mrs. W. W. Watts went to Grand Rapids, Saturday, for a short visit. Airs. Powers, her sister, who has been vigiting in the city for some time, returned with her. Col. Dean, Dr. Breakey, E. H. Soott and Msj. Stevens, are at Old Mission, this week, making arrangements to have their land laid off into lots, and making such other arrangements as are neccessary for starting a summer resort Charles Kempf, of Churche's Ferry, Dakota, a former well-known resident of Ann Arbor, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Allaby, on East Washington-st the first of the week. Mr. Kempf is now a prosperous business man in his Dakota home. Mrs. E. Donovan and young son, of Kansas City, who have been visiting at the home of P. Donovan, returned to her home last Tuesday. Mrs. Maggie Donovan accompanied her to Chicago, where she will spend a few weeks with relatives and friends. Mrs. C. R. Craig and son, Tom, and Mrs. Royer, will leave Saturday, for New York. Tom will stop at Manlius, where he will enter a military college, for the coming year. Mrs. Craig and Mrs. Royer will go on to New York City to meet Miss Louis Craig, who will arrive next week from England, where she has been spending the summer.
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