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CAMP-On April 191h, 1S87, Wil'ie Camp, aged 7 years, 7 mout lis and 25 days. On April SOth, Nel He Camp. aged 9 years, 10 months and 27 dnys. On tlie dav followlng Oracle Camp, aged ï years and 16 days. These were all children of ISIr. and Mis. Harrteon II. Camp, of Aun Arbor ownship, living ü few miles northeast of the city, and the dreiid destróyer :anie to them in the shape ot' üiphtheria. 'lie feelinn; of these itarnnts no worde n portray or pen d4crlbe. The lonesoineness of the home in tht absence of these brlgbt, lmppy Illtle ones, is au exerience that none bat tliose lm have uffered snch au utlliction can in the laaiM ompreheod. Aiul then, too, for these {ring Chlldren to be deprived of seeing heir phiyniiites and friends wlioiu thcy Vtired so mucli to see, was au additionil lardship. I : is related of Int Ie Nellie. who was a menilii r of the Sunday School, nd hal been taught by her inother to ray, thut durinff hei' sickness she sald to ler inother: "Mama, I asked the Iord O take uie, and He said He woiildi" and she wanted kil tho litlle ones to follow ler. The heartfelt sympathy of many in his community are with this fainily in heir overwheliniiiff bereavement.