Country roads are unusually good at present. The hawks have not gone south so far this winter, which is a mild winter sign. Edgar Tyler, of Eaton Co., Mich., is visiting relatives and friends in this vicinity. Some accidents are reported as having happened lately along the line of the motor road. The change of management in the Washtenaw Mutual is looked upon with interest by its patrons. Would it not be well, if all voters would attend township election, as well as those of greater note ? The Patrons of Industry held a meeting last Monday evening in the school house of district No. 3. Farmers are busily engaged in filling their ice houses and getting up wood for the coming season. The street railway between Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti seems to be doing a land office business at present. Miss Louisa Reichenecker, of Ann Arbor, paid a visit during the present week to friends in this vicinity. Candidates for the coming spring terms of school in this country, are already interviewing the directors of the various school districts. Samuel A. Morgan of Pittsfield, and Miss Mary Rupp were married on the 3oth of December last, at the residence of the bride's parents, in the township of London, Monroe county. At a meeting held in the school house of district No. 3, last week Monday evening, Pansy lodge of the Patrons of Industry elected the following officers: President, Milton H. Begole; vice-president, William Standbridge; secretary, Frank Ticknor; treasurer, John E. Feigel; sentinel, William Regetz; guide, H. H. Webb.