Eaton Mills, Aug. 30. -School meeting next Monday evening. -Norman Freeman has gone into the butchering business. -Mr. and Mrs. Willings have lately been entertaining frienris from the east. -Miss Clara Bunton of Belleville has been visiüng her cousin, Cora Bunton. -John Wilson expects to furnish 1,000 ties for the new road besides other tlmber. - Died, in Ypsilanti, Aug. 27, Maria, wite of John ïowler. In Sumpter, Aug. 16, Mrs. Iïobert Miller. -The grangers of Paint Oreek celebrated their anniversary Aug. 19, by a good supper and a good time. - Rev. Mr. Ramsdell of Belleville preaches at the school honse next Sundav for the last time before conference. We should be much pleased to see Mr. R. back here for another year. - There has been a good deal of sickness around here of late. William Ward of Paint Creek has had a long illness and Mrs. John .Tewell has had ■ very bad attack of typhoid fever. Both we are happy to say are getting better. - About three weeks ago Georgië Towler, a boy 7 years old and living at James Rust's, while at play feil from a fence and hurt his arm. Not knowing what the injury was, it was first treated for a bee-sting and then a bniise, but npon examination by the doctor it was found to be badly broken just below the elbow. It was carefully set and we are in hopes will be all right soon.