L. K. Hadley has just raised a large barn. Miss Mattie Glenn was home for a few days this week. Mrs. W. Glenn 's bronze turkey is yet astray f rom home. Z. H. Glenn is packing straw for W. H. Gienn and others now. Miss Daisy Westfall, of Unadilla, visited here a day or so last week. Mattie Glenn is hustling around to get plants to entwine the old home. George Cook is in Battle Creek visiting relatives. He will go to Ohio before returning home. Wet weather is in the order of things. The lake has not been so high for many years past and keeps rising daily. Mrs. William Purchin's body was taken from the cemetary here to Chelsea last week where they will be permanently buried. S. A. Mapes was a caller in this section the close of the week. He will be at home this summer to assist in building a new house for his parents. James Cook has taken out the second lot fróm his incubator, the first hatching was 75 chicks from 100 eggs, the second 50 from 100, making him 125 young broilers. Miss Emma Stevenson, daughter of W. E. Stevenson, arrived home from Colorado last week and died the next day. Her father attended her on the journey and waswith her while there. It failed to restore her health. The remains are in the vault at Chelsea. M. V. Heatley and Mr. Dodey set out large peach orchards this spring and several others in this vicinity are setting large orchards of peach trees. R. C. Glenn, H. M. Twamley and Wm. Wood sent for a bilí of trees to fill vacancies.