Prof. Hall took in the Vorld's Fair last veek. An occasional case of measles is still reported in town. Rush Green is now on the war path for village taxes. Hope Wallace returned home to Ann Arbor on Tuesday. M. Boyd expects to occupy his new store next Saturday. Geo. McClain spent last Sunday at home with his family. Eva Taylor is spending a few days with friends near Ann Arbor. The fourth passed by about here without casualty of any kind. Spring crops in this locality never ooked better at this season than now. There was a unión temperance service at the M. E. church last Sunday night. Dr. W. Herdman, of Ann Ar3Or, was here Tuesday on professional business. Quite a number of ladies turned out and voted at the school meetng, Monday night. Mrs. J. P. Wood and several other World's Fair visitors returned the first of the week. Huckleberries are getting ripe in the swamps near here and are rejorted to be a good erop. W. E. Stephenson, of North Lake, was taken suddenly ill of some brain difficulty, on Wednesday. Harvesting has been commenced and wheat comes out much bettar han was expected in the spring. D. S. Sutherland was here last Tuesday deciding upon what repairs the company's elevator here needs. Eddie Avery Lowe, of Riverside, California, arrived her last Monday to visit his mother and other relatives. Harrison Ruthruff, County Drain Commissioner, was here last Saturday, seeing about the Clark's Lake Drain. C. E. Babcock has quit the iolmes Mercantüe Co. and gone on the road for a Jackson corset actory. The annual school meeting was ïeld last Monday night, and F. P. Glazier and W. P. Schenk were reelected trustees. Farm laborers are scarce and much sought after at Si. 50 per day ;or haying, while a little more will nave to be paid for harvesting. Wool comes in very slow at 12c co 16c for clothing wool and occasionally 17c for long wool. There is no prospect of any better prices any time soon. All markets continue dull. Wheat 60c; rye, 45c; oats, 32c; new potatoes, 90c, huckleberries, 8c per quart, raspbernes, 8c per quart; eggs, 13c; butter, 13c. Miss Gertrude Howe, a returned missionary from China, and some of her Chinese pupils, will talk next Sunday morning at the M. E. church on the subject of missionsin China. Balance shipments were made last Saturday and the company's elevator is now closed for There has been taken in since last balance shipment 2050 loads, as against 2415 the previous year 1892, and 3300 loads in 1891. The difference is not in the crops for those years but in the amout held back the last two years for higher prices.