Mr. Adair already has some of the material on the spot for his new íouse. Mrs. Edwin Simons, of Ypsilanti, is spending a few days with friends at Willis. N. E. Freeman and George Heath, who traded places some time ago, moved last week. Mrs. Cora Osborne, of Dakota, formerly of Rawsonville, visited at Willis last Friday. Burt Bissell has rented the farm owned by the Ballard Bros., and talks of moving soon. Married, February ioth, Hiram Day, of Sumpter, to Miss Hattie Snodgrass, of Augusta. B. F. Harris, of Romulus, and Lew Millner, of Azalia, spent last Sunday at Charles Niles'. Harry Snodgrass has been dangerously sick with hemorrhage of the lungs, but is some bettcr. W. A. Russell and wife, and A. Pratt and wife, spent last Sunday at Mooreville with Oscar Lampkin.