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Dixboro

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Parent Issue
Day
20
Month
July
Year
1888
Copyright
Public Domain
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The wheat in this vicinity has been struck with the rust and the prospect is a very small erop. The oats are from one-fourth to one-half smut. The hot weather after the rains, explains the matter. On Wednesday morning Ju'.y il, Mr. Jacob Myer supposed he had lost a valuable flock of sheep, and after looking a day and night for them, he found them, with his other ├▒ock in a piece of woods on his place. On Friday, July i$th, Mr. F. A. Shuart came very near loosing his life. He was helping James Hanby at his saw-mill, and in rolling a log on the saw block his cant hook slipped letting the log come towards him. He made a jumpand landed on top of the ,losc just in time to save both legs from being crushed.

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Subjects
Ann Arbor Argus
Old News