Merrillsville - July 17,1890.

- Miss Jennie Ingalls is at home with her father again, after a long sojourn in Lee Centre.
- Mrs. Sanders, of Gloversville, is spending a few weeks at the parental home.
- The early rasberries were a short crop, and the late ones are being harvested, but will not be a very large yield. A good rain will help them wonderfully.
- Wheat is ripening fast, but the acreage is small in this locality.
- Hay is being secured as fast as possible, and is considered a fair yield,
- Emmet Moon and wife, of Clockville, visited at Riley Moon's on Sunday last.
- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hodges, of Oneida, spent Sunday at her father's, John Warner.
- Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Moon visited at Charley Shaver's, near Siloam, the last of the week.
- School closes this week. Miss Bushnell has taught both the winter and summer terms and has made many friends while here.
- Mrs. Percival, from near Canastota, was a visitor at S. Hart's on Sunday.
- Miss Lizzie Moon has been entertaining her niece for a week or so.
- Mrs. Cora Buyea is home again from Canastota, where she has been visiting with her aunt for a short time.
- We are pleased to say that the Sunday-school is well attended.
- Miss Florence Buyea was at Peterboro last week to participate in the broom drill, she being one of the members.
- Eri Rickard is on the sick list, and under the doctor's care.
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