i ---w t Ccder Valley Clippings. Thero was another beautiful rain last night to brighten up all growing vegetation vege-tation and also the f ices of tho farmers. But tho weather is still rather cool for tlio more tender vegetables. Prospects for tbo hardier crops wcro never better. Haying tiino will bo on as soon as tho weather permits and n heavy crop is looked for- On the Dtli Inst, an accident occurred on tho 8. L.& W. Ry. neat Cedar Fort Station which proved fatal to four head of tho boine rare. A valuable inllch cow, and to head of young stock, the property of Jas- Fetcison and a yearling year-ling steer owned by Jos. Rodeback were run Into by the down coming freight and instantly lolled. Tlio cow becamo entangled in some way to tho pilot and was dragged a distance of one half mile and was literally ground to atoms. The largest piece of the carcass to bo found was the heart. The operation of beet thinning has fairly commenced j but from what wo can hear.he-wospects of a good crop are not iSo promising as in other localities. local-ities. Tho soil hero does not seem to be adapted to beet raising as a crust forms over tho plants haforo they aro fairly out of theground, yet somo patches to be seen nre fairly good, noticeably among them arc those of Mr. J. S. Hacking. Cedar Valley, June 15th 1801.