Wheat harvest has begnn. Most of thu fiields look very good ! ;.J """Harria Bryant's wife left him'last Monday. She has gone to Toledo where her parents reside. ïhis ia twice she has lefc his bed and board in this year. !::-_- ' "v--- '"-l'.-U.'1-"BW. Hustonisready to ' begin thresbiug with his fine outfit. ;' He is both careful and competent, always gives the sest of satisfactiou and rolls out the grain for two cents a bnshel straight. What has becoine of the proposed motor line between Ann Arbor and Detroit? Feople along the line are watchmg the Argus ciosely for some news concerning it. The line is very mnch needed throngh this section of country. The Cherryhill ball club have great reasou to feel proud of their snccess at Ypsilanti the Fourth. They defeated the Lake Ridge team in the forencou 16 to 8, and the Arm Arbor team in the afternoon 21 to 7 in sëven innings, thus securing the prize of 20. Wil]ard Poler was hit by the pitcher in the afternoon and badly hurt. The ball club met with good snccess with their play. The hall was well fllied both evenings. The play was finely rendered, each one carrying their parts perfectly. The boys are consideriug tüking the play to ncighboriug towns, The drama has plenty óf langhing situations in it aud being acted so perfectly it would be an eveniug pleasantly spent attending it.