Potatoes sell here at $1.35 per Dushel. Burnett Steinbach's new barn is nearly completed. Repairs and house c.e ining are :he order of tlie day in all directions. Several families in town are havng a very hard time with the meases althoitgh there have been 110 fatal cases yet. There will be a donation party at the town hall, next Wednesday light for the benefit of Rev. J. H. VIcIntosh. Fresh vegetables such as pie plant, radishes and onions are in market Dut too high for people of limited neans to use. H. S. Holmes is moving his old louse to the east part of town prejaring to build a new one where his old one was. j, Barley and oats have generally Deen sown about here but they are not growing much because ot the dry weather. VVheat is coming on very slowly for want of rain. If the spring con:inues, dry wheat will be a short erop in this county again There is a pedro craze in town now. There are fïve or six places where some are playing that game almost continually. There is 110 wheat coming in now. The farmers are too busy to haul it. The last that was brought here brought f53 cents per bushel. Five hundred loads of wheat have been delivered at this place since the Srst of January, not counting wh;it lias been used by the mili which has used more than in ionner vears. Miss Linda Boomer left Monday morning for her home in Canada. She spent three weeks here in the special meetings of the M.E. church and over fifty converts were secured.