An engine house has been built the creamery. Wool continúes to come in slovvly at 23cts for the top. Corn and potatoes are now sufferïng for want of rain. Huckleberries are now in market and bnng ten cents per quait. E. L. Negus is building an oldfashioned log caHn at the Cavanaugh lake resort. J. V. Boyer and wife, of Ovvosso, spentthe past week with relatives and fnends here. J. Bacon and H. Lighthall were elected school trustees at the meeting last Monday night. The wind of Wednesday blew off a large amoimt of apples from the trees and the erop will be small again. Eider Mcintosh has taken a threc weeks yacation and has gone to visit his sons at Chicago and in Wisconsin. Harvesting vvheat and barley is now going on about here and they will soon be secured in good condition if the weather stays dry and warm. Thos. McGaw, of Detroit, bought and shipped from here about 80,000 pounds of wool this week. He bought it of Holmes & Company. Rev. Mr. Reiley, a gentleman recently from the north of Ireland, preached last 3undav at the Congregational church and witl preach there next Sunday. He is well liked. Marshal Wood [now parades the town with a doublé barrelled shot gun looking for canines vvhich are not clothed vvith the required muzzle. Up to this date one only has been dispatched. Balance shipments have been made and there is no wheat in the elevator here. There is probably five percent of last erop of wheat in the hands of farmers about here to go over to next erop.