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We are looking for business to be quite lively We in Willis this winter; a doctor in ona house and au undertaker in another. Frank Fullerton and Miss Lucy Fullerton were married December 10. Rev. Reuben Einery has been holding revival meetings at West Sumpter. The annual ohurch fair was held in the WilHs M. E. church December 13th. Will Carter is to be seen at his old home at Whittaker Corners. Henry Walter has moved into Frsd Robert's house. We wish the officers who oversee cruelty to dumb animáis would make his way into Augusta. When people sell everythiug.hay, straw and corn fodder, and leave only a little buckwheat straw for ten head of cattle and four things which once bore the name of horses.but have nearly outgrown their identity, would it not Ve nice for them to sleep in green pastures? Joseph Breining lost a very valuable cow, which got loose and fouud her way to the ground feed. The fair of the L. A. S. of the M. E. aburen at Willis cleared about $18. It was a very enjoyable affair. George N Hammond and wife weie visiting Prof. D. A. Hammond last Sunday. John Johnson is on the list of siok ones. Malarial fever has raged east and south of Willis to an alarrning exteut. There have been no deaths, but the temperatures of several have been reported at 105.


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