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D. A. Hammond was at home over Suinlay. B. Si James returned from Cleveland last Thursday. E. K. Frueautï vas ia Toledo, Tuesday, on buisness. Mrs. Wm. Allaby, Jr., is spending a few days in Detroit. Prof. Herman Zeitz will be back from Leipzig about Oct. lst. Robert Phillips is back again from his tvvo weeks' vacation, Judge Harriman ha9 gone to Vermant to visit ifis old home. David Rinsey went to Tiffln, Ohio, last Friday for a brief visit. Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Smith have returnod from their eastern trip. Ernest Heilway, of Charlotte, has a position in Goodspeeds shoe store. Miss Margery Knowlton is back from a visit with friends in Battlc Creek. Mrs. W. W. Wetmore is visiting relatives at her old home in Jonesville. Prof. and Mrs. A. H. Pattengill have arrived from their summor in the east. Miss Nellie Lovirg is back at theHigh School Library af ter a year's absence. G. B. Harrison, business manager of the U. of M. Daily, has returned to the city. Mrs. A. H. Holmes is in Coldwater visiting her daughter, Mrs. Prof. E. L. Briggs. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Krapf are entertaining Dr. and Mrs. Warren, of Mil ford. Mrs. J.C. Rowley, of Adrián, visited her daughter, Mrs. G. W. Patterson, last week. Mrs. Chas. H. Manly ánd daughter. Miss May are home from a week"s visit in Wayne. Mrs. Louise-Hall Walker has returned from an extended stay of eightocn months abroad. Pres. Angelí is nqarly recovered from a severe attack of illness. He is at Narragansett Pier. Pros. Atty. Randallhasieturned from Monroe. Mr. and Mi-, D. A. Tinker havo been in Jackson for a few days. DewittC. Fall, of Jackson, was in the city yesterday on butiness. M iss Florence Sterrett, of the Utopia Parlors has been in Cleveland buving fall goods. James Bird, of Stockbridge, has gone to Philadelphia to teach Latin in one of the public schools. Mrs. A. II. Roys has returned from a visit with her son, A. H. Boys, editor of the Farwell Register. Mrs. Thos. C Phillips, of Milwaukee, Wis., is her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Whedon. Dr. and Mrs. James G. Lynds returned the latter part of last week irom camping at Whitmore Lake. Miss Parsons, a stenographer in Misa Bower's office, is at Decatur visiting for a short time at her old home. Miss Maggie Cavanaugh, of Sharon, has accepted a position as teacher in the schools at Grand Marins, Mich. Miss Ann Weseh, who hns been working in Randall's gallery, has gone to Jackson in the employ of A. R. Thomas. Miss Phoebe Hewell, who is teaching in the Milford schools, spent Sundav in the city. She camo over Saturday on her wheel. Rev. C. A. Young, former pastor of the Church of Christ, will occupy his former pulpit next Sunday morning and e ven ing. Prof. G. P. Coler left Monday for Chicago to be gone a week. During his trip he will attend the state meeting of the Disciple's church in Wisconsin . W. ('. Huil, general secretary of the S. C. A., and wife, have returned from a two months' visit with relatives and friends in New York and Massachusetts. Judge Thomas M. Cooley and daughter May, retumod last week from the seastiore. The judge was taken quite ill and was accompanied home by his son, Dr. Thomas Cooley.


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