"Whitmore Lake, July 30.- Rev. Wm, "iseher, pastor of the Germán Lutheran church of Northfield, is attending onference at Bay City this week. Rev. Mr. Loux, of Toledo, wife and w children, are spending two weeks lere and are stopi)ing at G. W. McJormack'a. Wm. Osius, of Ann Arbor, made a uisiness trip here yesterday. Tlie farmers are taking advantage of the last few dry days and an enormous amount of hay, wheat and rye s being housed. Mr. and Mi-s. Markham, of Ann rbor will spend the balance of the veek here. Seventeen of the Y. W. C. A. -svere at he Mummery cottage Sunday and report a delightful time. J;is. Neebit has just completed Wm. Shafer's store building at Hamburg, and this week will put the finishing on the handsome residence of A. Rauscnenberger. Friday, August 1, the committee of the Tri-County Farmers' Picnïc association will meet at the Clifton house larlors to complete arrangemente for the 'big picnic. A large consignment of watermelons, muskmelons, oranges, lemons, peaches and "bananas were unloaded at the store of T. Frank Taylor today. Wtt Winans has the agency for the Xew American Lighting company's are lamps, one of whieh he has placed in Frank Taylor's store, and Mr. ïaylor is very muck pleased with it. A. WI1sey is placing the Superior are lamp of Ann Arbor, which he claims will stand any amount of competition and still shi'il a brilliant light. Among the whole of them we expect AVhitmore Lako to shme at night as In the noon (Jay sun. A. Glo.'iïon, wlfe and family, re turned to their home at Toledo today after apending, as Mr. Gleason says ■ happy weeks" at our esort. is arounrï 01 today a and tlio meetatteníded. The Dodge & Lemon Icé companj is sending flye c;irs of ice chiily to De troít and oxiiccfs Ín empty its housc id 00 days reacly for the new erop.