Miss Josie Hoag, of Detroit, is vfsiting ere at present. Mrs. E. G. Hoag, of Detroit, is araong friends here this week. A. J. Sawyer, of Arm Arbor, was among friends here the iïrst of this week. Rev. 13. I. Ives, of Auburn, N. Y. , attended decoration services here Tuesday. The Junior League had a social and a program at the church, Wednesday night. Rev. L. P. Davis will hold quarterly meeting service at the M. E. church nest Sunday evening. Rev. Reed Stuart, of Detroit, offictated at the funeral of Mrs. James Taylor on Wednesday. Bean planting is now in order, and au unusnaliy large acreage is being planted in this vicinity. Wheat is lower, and now brings 64c; rye, 55c: oats, 35c; beans, $1.70; eggs, 13c; baUer, 14c. Sidney Collins and wife, of Lyndon, returned from their visit to the Ytforld's Fair on Tuesday. They were pleased with their visit. Geo. C. Paige died at his residence in this village last Saturday, as the result of bursting a bloodvessel in the brain. He was fortythree years old and unmarried. Marietta, wife of James Taylor, died at the family residence in this village last Sunday morning, of consumption. She was about 58 years oíd, and leaves a husband and three children, who will sadly miss her genial presence from the household. Decoration Day was a beautiful one, and was observed here by the gathering of seven or eight hundred people at Oak Grove cemetery to listen to a very eloquent address from Washington Gardner and some timely remarks from Rev. B. I. Ivés. The usual exercises of the G. A. R. post were gone through with, and the graves of all soldiers strewn with flowers. The occasion was both interesting and profitable.