Some wheat has already been sown and farmers are busily engaged in seeding. Fall term of school in theRoberts district began last Monday with Miss Schlee, of Geddes, as teacher. At the annual meeting held in School District No. 3, William Geddes was elected director for the ensuing three years. But little corn cut so far this season. Most of the corn is very green and will not be fit to cut befo re the ist of October. A heavy frost now would be a disastrous affair.