Sotne pieces of wheat are very rusty. Carrie Reno was very sick: last week, but is convalescent this week. Mr. and Mrs. Gus. Schenk, of Pittsfield, spent Sundiiy at Henry Renau's. Miss Ida Kuhl is spending the week in Pittsfield with her aunt, Mrs. G. Schenk. Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Kil chgessner and daughter Helen, of Manchester, spent Sunday hefe. Miss Carrie Schiller came home f rom Arm Arbor to spend her vacation with her parents. Some of our farmers are drawing in their wheat, while others have only fairly got started. Charlie Gehingei and Anna Kress met with a narro w escape last Sunday. They were on their way to Clinton and when near J. Staibs in Bridgewater, the colts they were dnving scared at a self-binder and turned around, upsetting the carriage and throwing the occupants out. The carriage was completely wrecked. The colts were caught by a meinber of the Luckhart family. Lucküy neither of the occupants were seriously hurt although hadly bruised. [.Recei ved too late lor last wepk.l John Flinn has returned to Detroit. Some of our farmers have commenced harvesting. Miss Haas, of Detroit, was the guest of the Misses Heggie. Albert Dresselhouse was in Ann Arbor, Saturday, on business. Parties from Saline and Detroit are camping at Pleasant lake, and and they seem to be having a royal good time. Willie Lutz, of Detroit, carne home to spend his vacation. At present he is rusticating in the hay fields. Somebody spent Sunday somewhere but as he is a very bashful (?) young man it would shock him to see his name in print. Query: Who can it be and where did he go?