Mr. Francis Hare, of Ottawa, is visiting at Dr. Wilson's.
Mr. Henry Graham Sr., of Kinmount, was in town last week.
Miss Lucy Potts has resumed her old position in Mr. William Campbell's store.
Miss Lillian Wilson returned on Monday to the Ladies' College at Whitby.
Miss Sophia Wilson, of Buffalo, N.Y., is visiting her uncle, Dr. Wilson, at the Falls.
Mrs. A. J. Cameron left a few days ago to spend a month with friends in Bobcaygeon.
Mrs. George Rutherford, of Rosseau, and her nephew, Findley Varcoe, are visiting relatives at the Falls.
Mrs. William Campbell is expected home to-morrow from her annual visit to Two Mountains, Quebec.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Burbank left on Monday for their home at Newport, Vermont, after a two weeks' visit at Mr. Elwin Wood's.
Dr. Wilson's sons, Archie and George, and Mr. J. W. Junkin's son, Randolph, left on Tuesday for Albert College, Belleville, where they will probably remain for about a year.
Miss Lena Austin returned on Tuesday and Miss Washburn on Wednesday from attending the millinery openings at Toronto. Miss Shannon is still in the city.
Col. Sam Hughes arrived at the Falls on Friday, having hastened his return on account of the serious illness of his eldest daughter, who, we are glad to learn, is now out of danger and progressing very favorably.
Dr. O'Brien and Mr. Arthur O'Leary Jr., of Rochester, N.Y., accompanied by their cousins, the Misses O'Leary, of Lindsay, paddled from Sturgeon Point to the Falls on Monday forenoon, and spent the remainder of the day at Mrs. Hand's.