Oscar Bissell is visiting his fathor or a short time. Elijah Darling still iuakes the butter it Willis' creamery. Orley Smitb tilla the soil for Mart Vloore agaiu this year. 3. B. Lord, who has been ill with Dronchial puenruonia, is improving. Tom O'Brien is very ill with biliotis :ever. Be is under the care of Dr. H. [. Post. It's a mistake abont the grist ïnill t Willis. It is uot ranniog. And uo signs oí it. Carlos Childs is building a new 3OUB6, uear the old one. It's one rnile south of Whittaker's Corners. The L. A. S. of Willis will meet the second Wednesday of Maren, at the :hnrch pailor of the M. E. obnroh. Mrs. S. P. Ballard is very siok with lung trouble. She was taken with hemwrhage of the lungs and has beeu growing wocse ever since. Mrs. Harvey S. Dtj recovers very slowly. She suffers very mnch with aeoralgic gastritis and the pbysicians give no hopes of ever it. Murups seem to be the order of the day at present. Mrs. Charles Niles, Mrs. Walber Sheriaan and Alphonso Markham are taking part in the play. The Friends gave an entertainment last Friday evening at tbe ohnrcb. Talent from abroad adderi to the entertainment. It netted $5.90 for the parsonage. As Willis charge has been put in the Adrián district, Presiding Eider Davis was in attendance at the qnarterly meeting service last evening. Theie mnst have been nearly 70 communicants. Mrs. Harvey Day received a beautifui bonquet nL doublé japónicas from and throuph the kindness of Mies Allie Childs, vrhij is iu Mobile, Alabama, for her health. We hope Miss Childs may be restoren to health again and enjoy her surrouudings. Mrs. Black, formerly of Oakville, died at her home in Willis on Sunday evening, March 7. Her death came very suddenly. She had been in poor health for some time, but the bursting of a blood vessel at the base of the brain hastened her death. Her husband survives her, as also does one daughter, Mrs. Qeorge Russell. A few invited guests gathered at Mr. and Mrs. Will Wortley's last Thursday to have a gooi! time, among wbom were Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hammond, and Mrs. Geo. Russell. A bountiful dinner was provided by the host and hostess. The first thunder storm of the season visited Willis and vioinity Tuesday morning, March 9. It reminds us of the cyclones and the darnage done by ightuing last year, and not even a paii : rubber boots to put on o tha ghtuing will not strike you. Wil somebody pleass lend us a pair? Stil it must be tedious standing in the mid die of the room all the time the showe lasts.