Sorae talk of a lumber yard at Willis. W. H. Ostrander is running his saw-mill in full force. Gus Van Wormer of Elwell district is building a new barn. Mrs. Wm. Swayze has been very sick but is better at present. D. Dickerson and wife spent Sunday, May 24th, at Mooreville. George Freeman will improve his premises by moving his barns. Walter Ballard has been wrestling with an attack of the measles. Geo. Smith is building a new granary for Ira Raymnod, 18x20. D. Russell will start his mili shortly and finish sawing here, and will then move his mili about two miles east onto his wood lot. 1 Mrs. Wm. Johnson has been staying with her daughter at Detroit the past two weeks. R. F. Walters talks of building a new store shortly, 24x65, across the road from the one he now occupies. The attendance at the new M. E. clmrch at Willis is very large every Sunday. T. B. Jackson superintends the Sunday school at present. Mrs. Raymond was called to Romulus a few days ago to attenc the funeral of her brother, who was killed by being run over by a roller. The wind storm of May 2ist did considerable damage. Many fruit trees were blown down and some timber. Also the old saw-mill at Whittaker's corners was unroofed.