Mr. Noidmnn was seen in this vicinity Tuesday. Mr. Burk, of Plainfield, made the scribe a cali Monday. Question : Is it right for a good prohibitionist to raise rye? Vegetation here is all drying up and the covvs will soon follow suit. Harvest will begin here on Monday and continue until snow flies. Rye and barley are being cut. A very fair erop and a good time to secure it. Miss Emily Forster is home again and looks as natural as before she graduated. Haying all done. A light erop, but of good quality and secured without rain. Begin eating your new potaoes. They are as big as they will be unless rain comes soon. A large party of voung folks from Gregory spent the Fourth in the grove the re and dined at R. C. Glem's. Lou, Mattie, and Rose Glenh made a visit to Eheir brothcr and sisters in U nadilla last week, and captured 60 quarts of nice cherries. Tuesday, Mr. Harhilton and family arrived at the Grove House. New arrivals nearly every day. All the cottages filled and house crowded. It is so dry here that the mosquitos don't hatch out good, and we will have to try 'and get alórïg without them, but they will be missed, sure enough. The church looks great after an application of water eolors and the new carpet, the gift of an Ann Arbor lady who wishes her name kept from the public. The cottages at North Lake are all taken by Ann Arbor people. Mr. de Pont's family have the log cabin; Prof. Jones' family the red cottage; Others rooms at the house. They are all from the same street and are having a jood time. Prof. de Pont and son arrived Saturday evening.