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Pittsfield

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Parent Issue
Day
29
Month
June
Year
1888
Copyright
Public Domain
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Grass is not a good erop this j'ear. Oats and barley look cjuite vvell so far. Apples, vvill in my opinión, be a fair erop. Wheat will be about tvvo-thirds of a erop this season. Farmers are not very vvell pleased with the price of wool. Mr. Robt. Campbell, of Jackson, has been at home lately visiting his parents and friends. Tht; shovvers we have had lately have done great good in building up the ciops of various kinds. Work en thé big marsh on the onionSj ete., has been broughi to a standstill by the wet vveather lately. Haying, to a limited extent, began last week, but this week farmers vvish to go right along with it, if the vveather will permit. Instead of the usual Sabbath school exercises at the Roberts school house last Sunday, Rev. Mr. Arnold preached an interesting sermón.

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Subjects
Ann Arbor Argus
Old News