The teacher of the town line school reporta one of his scholars, Charles Finch, sick with typhus fever. Hiram Dunsmore expects to have a well in a few days. He says he would like to get some good water, and if he f ails to find it at a reasonable depth he will keep on until he strikes something if it isn't anything more than a gold mine. Crops are pretty good in this part of the country. It is said .by some of the farmers that wheat will average 30 bushels to the acre. Corn will be a big erop if the frost holds off abóut a month. If the farmers only get a good price for what they have to seil they will be pleased. Chas. Dunsmore, of Bay City, has moved his goods to Whittaker, and expects to come down in a few days to try farming for a change. Charlie is a good f ellow and has been doing a prosperous business in Bay City, and he has the best wishes of his many friends in his new enterprise.