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Pittsfield

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Parent Issue
Day
20
Month
December
Year
1895
Copyright
Public Domain
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Frank Dean is sick wilh inflaniniaory rheuinatism. Measles are at the Junction, iu {ho aiuily of Charles Morgari. Some of Mr. Haynes' family have the whooping cough. Pittsfleld farmers havo lost heavily fhis sason on their swiue froru a distase resembling hog cholera. Average temperatnre of November, 1805, 38 degrees. Mr. Gaie i.s uow station agent at Pittsfleld Jnnotio├╝. Bert Dehu is going to learn telegraphy at the station. Not itinch business doing or eau be douo at present, in Pittsfield. E:ght degrees below zero was the lowest point the themonjeter reaohed this season. Mauy farmers have corn husking on their hands yet. Mr. Prootor has got thiough sawing timber ou Mr Johnson's place, formei'ly Sherman Hinckley's, and hasinovedhis eDgine and saw apparatus away.

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Ann Arbor Argus
Old News