1910 Sep 8 – Fork River
Mr. Hunt from Ottawa is visiting his son, Absolam, here for a short time.
F. Wilson, from Dauphin, paid us a visit this week.
W. Williams will be running the Wilson threshing outfit here.
Cutting will be all done in a few days and good yields are expected.
Lots of hay has been cut up in this district and people from a long distance are coming in to buy. Prices evidently will be high.
F. Cooper will be running a thrashing outfit this year, having bought one from W. Williams.
Nat Little nearly lost one of his horses last week. The train from Winnipegosis happened to catch one of its hind legs, which was found to be very badly cut. Mr. Little had the animal attended to at once and it will recover from the accident.
1910 Sep 8 – North Lake
Rudolph Sprubs of Sifton, visited Jacob Strasdin last week.
Wheat cutting is finished now, and we hope soon to hear the toot! Toot! of Glendenning and Hunter’s threshing machine.
John Strasdin, who has been away on his farm breaking this summer, spent a few days with his parents last week.
Nat Little, of Fork River, has been around here setting up binders. He rather likes this part of the country.
The teachers of North Lake and Janowski schools have commenced duties again.