Hon. A. J. Sawyer, of Ann Arbor, vUited his farm last week. Miss Xellie Kanouse, of Bangor, is visitinu, relatives here, and In this vicinity. frving Clark lias just got a vn-y fine flowiug well on hls place, of which he feels Juatly proud. A. R. Draper and Mr. Hall went to Monroe last Thursday and returned Friday with a load of fish. Mrs. George Harinon and daughter, Lottie, of Detroit, were guests at Mr. Milo Clark's, over Sunday. Apps for winter use wlll bo very scarcc in tliiK loeallty as nearly all frll off during the warm weather in September. There was preachlng at the Baptist chureh Sunday mornlng. A minister from isllanti. Ye Seribe failed to learn ais name. Bul what's in a name? Huntcrs in this vieinity are impatiently waiting for the law to permil the shooting of quail, as they are very plenty and the Nimrods anticípate a great deal ol sport.