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Mrs. Mary Duncan is visiting in Jackson. Steamer Lizzie Payne is hoisted for the winter. The fish suffer now. Spearing has commenced. Frank Hoefle and wife moved toJackson last week. The state fair at Jackson is the attraction this week. Mrs. Lizzie Mason, of Detroit, has been visiting here. Fred. Roper and wife moved to Ann Arbor yesterday. We we will have another wedding to record in a short time. Prof. Lumbard talks of organizing a singing class here soon. Mr. and Mrs. Miller have been attending the fair at Saline. Frank Roper and wife talk of making Jackson their future home. Express agent Ames and wife, of Ann Arbor, visited at E. W. Snell's, Sunday. Delos King is clerking in the grocery store of Fred. Schlaecher, at Ann Arbor. We will lose our dentist eoon, as he returns to finish his work at the University. Jesse Bennett's house on Fulton-st., now receiving improvements, promises to be the nicest little house in town. Rev. S. W. Bird returns to this place, and his father goes to Salem. Our pastor will be heartily welcomed back. Rev. S. W. Bird has gained considerable strength at the conference. He is now able to tie a marriage knot. Is that knot strength. Will Stevens, of Edmore, brother of Al. Stevens, of the Lake house, was seriously injured by lightning recently. He is improving slowly. The fall term of school closes Oct. 28, and the winter term will commence Nov. 14. Fred. Horner, of Cherry Hill, teaches the winter school.


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Ann Arbor Register