C' W. Mellor greeted his old friends tliis week. George Keek, Grand Rapids, was ia the city Tuesday. Herman Krapf celebrated his fiftieth birthday, Tuesday. Theodore Apfel has gone to Grand Rapids, to accept a position there. Mrs. J. D. Muir, of Grand Rapids, has been visiting her father, H. Kittridge. J. J. Rawthan, of Springfield, Ohio, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Allaby. Richard Kearns has assumed his duties as chief clerk in the State Land Office, in Lansing. Col. H. S. Dean attended a meeting of the board of prison inspectors in Jackson, Wednesday. Mr. Elvin Milner, of Stockbridge, has been spending the past week at the residence of J. W. Rogers. James Kennedy, of Texas, who has been visiting in the city, has returned to the lone star state. James A. Robison, of the Detroit Free Press staff, was in the city a couple of days this week . Miss Grace Ramsay, of Detroit, who has been visiting Miss Grace Jennelle, returned home, Wednesday. Harry P. Stearns, who has been in the Argus office for the past two months, has returned to his home in Adrián.