Mrs. J.D. Moss is confined to her bed with the grip.
Mrs. Irene Stilson was taken suddenly sick Monday noon with congestive chills.
Fleet Smith has been under the doctor's care for the past three days suffering from neuralgia.
La grippe has laid his grip on Mrs. F.M. Lumbard and for the past three weeks she has been very sick.
Miss Matie Speigelberg is confined to her bed and under the doctor's care. She has symptoms of consumption.
Gershen Truesdel met with a bad accident while cutting wood. A tree fell on him seriously injuring him.
Jay G. Pray and T. Frank Taylor as a committee visited Durand last week to look over the harrow plant there with a view of establishing the same kind of factor at this point. Their report is quite favorable.
Messrs. Dodge and Lemon are building an ice house on the Air Line railroad on north end of Whitmore Lake, 50x150 feet and 30 feet high with a capacity of 6,000 tons. The railroad company will put in a side track in the spring.
The Toledo Ice Co. will complete filling their new houses today and will pay off tonight, making 150 men happy. The company decided to make one pay day and that will when the houses were filled and it will take a bundle of boodle to pay 150 men for six weeks' work at $1.25 per day.