A close up of part of the Horse Power (Sweep Power) machine scene at the L. K. Wood Threshing Bee. I wish someone would get a kind of an aerial view of the 10 horses working on this machine. It would be a rare sight and a rare picture. Won't some of you c
The LAUSON gasoline engine known as the Frost King and made by the John Lauson Mfg. Company, New Holstein, Wisconsin. The picture was taken from their catalog No. 13.
A 1905 threshing scene. 1896 Russell 10 hp. and a 36x58 Case Agitator thresher. Of course it was built of wood. It has an extra straw stacker which was run from the thresher. This stacker was called the Katy Did stacker. So called because it looked like o
From a Frick catalog. A sectional view of a Frick Peanut Picker. Many of our readers are not acquainted with the Peanut Picker and we thought it would be interesting to reproduce it here. I never was around one so it was quite interesting to me. Elmer
Port Huron engine and an A. W. Stevens separator. Mr. A. R. Mitchell at the throttle, was born in 1883 and started threshing with steam engines at 18 years of age. He threshed for over 30 years with steam rigs. His first engine was a Gaar Scott and he nex
This 65 Case steam engine has seen many a hard days work. It still runs and sounds like new. The man in the cab is Frank Freimouth, the owner. This engine is on display at the Freimouth Implement Company, Case Dealer, Torrington, Wyoming.
Mr. W. F. Hovertter
The outfit of I.R. Arnold, 21 So. 44th Street, Belleville, Illinois
Sled runners for the Lauson Frost King They were made to fit the axle of the portable rigs.
Here is a wonderful old picture. Unfortunately there is no name on the picture so we are giving it to you to enjoy and ponder. Maybe the owner will write us. We are not familiar with that type of an engine. ELMER