A good deal of corn yet to husk. Fine Indian summer weather at present. Charles Roberts is director in school district No. 6. The late election being row a thing ot the past political excitement js over for the time be-ing. Some of our farmers are hauling straw to Ann Arbor. It brings a ready sale at $5 per ton . Miss Maggie M. Pease, of Pittsfield, teaches the winter term of school in the Robert's district. Wheat has greatly improved in appearance during the past two or three weeks but needs several weeks of mild weather yet to insure it against the coming winter. Our eider men, Fiegel and Araz, are still pressing out that good temperance drink, eider. Poor humanity it seems must have something to drink occasionally and eider is better than any worse drink. Our onion men feel bad at present" The tearful bulb makes them weep in more ways than one; too cheap, that is the trouble but those who buy onions feel better.