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Good Old Days: June 11, 2020


125 years ago

The Commoner

June 7, 1895

G. W. Case, Jr., of Union precinct was in the city this week. He reported that although the squirrels were working great damage, grain fields in a majority of cases were looking well, and orchards were in fine shape, the frost not having hurt any fruit, except on John Eaton's place, beyond Rock Lake, where all the fruit was killed. Mr. Case says he has concluded to engage in diversified farming. He has only a hundred acres in grain, wheat, barley and rye, the latter being nearly ready to cut. But he has 20 acres in beans, 1...

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