Charles Gressmansamong the influenza victima. Little Mary Peppiatí died Feb. lOth of typhoid fever. She will be missed by her Sabbath school teacher and class. She was 13years oíd. She had been unconscious ever since taken. Charles Cox, son of Stephen Cox, died Wednesday moruing, Feb. 12, of eonsumption. The Ladies' Aid Society, of Willis, observed Lincoln 's birthday with patriotic songs and readings, On Friday afternoon of this wee they will hoist to the breeze the gloiions Stars and Stripes over the Morgan School house. "Long may she w ave. Mrs. Billinghearse, a sister of Mrs. 3has. Thompson, has been here visiting aer relatives and friends. Her home is at present at Albion. She expects to leave Albion soon for Cripple Creek, Colo. , where thefarmly expectto reside. Fred Smith is home from Monroe, [ndiana, for a few days. He seems very earnest in his Christian work. Bert Lord and wife were oalled to Carleton to atfcend the marriage of Mrs. Lord's brother, Brnest Smith. They expect to visit relatives in Detroit be Eore their return home. The Willis Ladies' Aid Sooiety will ive. a tea at the churoh presided over by Mrs. Geo. Bussell, at Willis, the 2d Wednesday in Maroh. Bev. Mr. Gibson, from Stony Creek, will assist at the revival meetings at Willis this week.