Mrs. Frank Hayden is sick with bilious fever. J. B. Lord is quite poorly. He has heart trouble. Waldo Draper has bought the late Joseph Pearson's place. Considerátion $2,000. The ladies have started a Maccabee hive at Whittaker's Corners with 16 members. Dr. Post is not in the best of health we regrefc to say. He is iiot able to ride out muoh. Mr. and Mis. Sidney Sanderson were visiting at New Boston last Saturday and Sunday. Will Lord has jnst retnrned from New Brunswick, where he has been during the past summer. Mr. and Mrs. John Post are at their old home in Willis again. They have been on their farm in Cantón , nearly all winter. Ira Bissell is one of the invalids near Willis. The doctor pronounoes bis troüble Bright's disease, but we hope it's a mistake. A dooation for Rev. W. Caldwell, pastor of the Augusta Congregational church, will be held all day tomorrow at Mrs. L. A. W. Childs'. The revival meetings are in foll blast. This is the sixth week they have been held in the M. E. church, Willis. Many souls are, we trust, being brought into the fold.