Miss Grant, of Detroit, is visiting Mrs. M. A. Lukius. Wilfred Eames went to Kalamazoo on business, yesterday. Mrs. W. D. Adams returned from a visit to Jackson, Saturday. F. F. Fellows, of Sharon, called at the Argus office last week. Lew H. Clement returned from Northern Michigan, Saturday. Mrs. W. S. Fowler, of Detroit, is visiting her father, Adam D. Seyler. Miss Mamie Blair, of Mansfield, Ohio, is visiting Dr. V'. D. Garwood. J. D. Ryan left iMonday afternoon on a pleasure trip to California. Mrs. Guy L. Kiefer, of Detroit, has been visiting friends in the city. Miss Caroline Feldhauser, of Chicago, is visiting her father, William Feldhauser. Prof. J. C. Knovvlton attended a banquet of the Zeta Psi, in Detroit, Friday evening. Hanson Sessions, of Durango, Col., is visiting his mother, Mrs. Hanson Sessions. James Clements was in the rity yesterday and Sunday. He has gone to Bay City. Mrs. Gilbert S. Pitkin and ' ter, Alipe, of Petrolia, are visiting Mrs. Julia A. Pitkin. Mrs. J. N. Uartlett, of Pembervi[le, Ühio, is visiting her sister, Mrs. O. L. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. E. Cough, of Pullman 111., have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Greenwood. Misses Bertha Feiner, Emilie iMarske and Lee Cowan visited the Detroit schools, Friday. John R. Miner left Saturday for interlacken, Florida, to join his wife at their winter cottage. Mrs. A. M. Clark and Miss Clark, of Sioux Falls, S. D. , were visiting friends in the city last week. Dr. Clarence Miner, of Ottawa, 111., has returned home after a visit with his father, John R. Miner. Eli S. Manly, W. F. Lodholz and Nelsón Garlinghouse spent Washington's birthday at Zukey lake. Mrs. Dr. Hartley has returned from Milwaukee. Her daughter, Mrs. H. J. Kilülea, accompanied her. B. J. Crookston and William Arnold, jr., leave this evening on a trip to California, by way of New Orleans.