School commenced Monday morning. Miss Susan Newton is visiting friends at Clifton Springs, N. Y. Rev. Frieze, of Clinton, occupied the Baptist pulpit Sunday morning. Very few in comparison to last year have attended the exposition f rom this place. Mr. Milo Clark's people entertained relatives Saturday and Sunday from Chicago. Mr. Harmon Parmalee, formerly of this place, now of Chicago, attended church here Sunday. Mr. Hale and family went to Whittaker, Monday, to attend the funeral of Mrs. Hale's niece. The Methodists will hold a pound social Sept. 8th, at the residence of Frank Holcomb for the benefit of Eider Palmer. Mr. Samuel Clark and Mr. A. Davenport have quite recently been successful in getting flowing wells on their farms and both are happy. The children gave a very pleasant entertainment Sunday evening, consisting of singing and recitations. A collection was taken up at the close for foreign missions, amounting to nearly $3.00.