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Mr. Andrew Campbell, took a trip to Toledo on the Mr. Robert Campbell, of Jackson, s visiting relatives in this neighborlood. Mr. Roscoe Begole took a trip :he last day of the year as far west as White Pigeon. Miss ïïaner, of Vpsilanti, teaches winter term of school in the Carpener corner's district. The changeable nature of our climate is asserting itself this week with vengeance in its eve. Wishing the Argus all possible uccess ior the coming year, '89, 1 will close my list of items for '88. Coughs and colds abound in conequence I suppose of the queer winer weather we have been having up o date. Mr. J. Brownell and family inlulged n a party last Thursday evening in which dancing was probably not prohibited. Mr. Charles Standbridge and famly contémplate raaking a start for ar offOregon, December 2yth, he ntends locating about 25 miles from he coast. Mr. A. Fitz, of near Laingbbíirgh, Shiawassee county, Michigan, a íormer resident ot this township, has een visiting her mother and other elatives in this vicinity. It having been brought to my noice, that some of the good people oí r'ittstield, are not aware of the fact, hat we have a postoffice at the unction, I will now note that fart. The price for cutting cordwooc varies from 50 cants to 70 cents per cord of four toot wood. There are more wood choppcrs than wood to chop in this scction of Únele Sam's domains. A ditch tax iaid in this neighborhood southwest of the Junction, is causing some dissatisfaction among Our tax payers, that is ihose havins that tax to pay. It is easiei laying on taxes than paying them. Mr. Wm. Livermore who lost three fingere from his lett hand, has a very bad hand at last accounts. The bones of the rlngers shattered by the saws keep coming out and prevent the stumps from healing over. Some hunters wère around as usual Christmas day through the woods and ficlds but Pittsfield, though a good place for hmiting, is not as good a place for finding game used to be at the oíd time I firstas it saw it, more t.han 40 years ago. Wild iurkeys which were plenty then iiave since became extinct also deer, juails and other game.


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