By Staff
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Here is a man in trouble. Not enough water there for a bridge. Had he filled his tanks he would have had dry land. Mr. George Ashurll, R. D. 3, Connersville, Indiana, gave us this picture and we cannot answer the questions you would want to ask.
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Same as Automobile Days They must be pulled in.12 hp. Advance pulling in a crippled Buffalo Pitts engine, May 1916. From left to right, owner, Louis Ramthun, Marvin Thayer, Miss Alma Ramthun, and John B. Parrett. Courtesy of John B. Parrett, 4307 NE Tilla
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Picture taken on our farm near Jamestown, N. D., in 1914. My brother, Russell and I, who have been in the land developing business here and operating as Bingley Bros, for the past ten years, can be seen on the Case 25-75 hp. 11x11 engine. Russ is engineer
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The famous and popular entertainer, Edgar Bergen, of Hollywood, Calif., spent a day at the National Threshers Reunion, Montpelier, Ohio, last year. Edgar spent a day with us and every body enjoyed meeting him. Here is the good photographer, Leo Clark, of
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A 12 hp. Watertown engine of 1886. Owned by Frank Karcker. Courtesy of Jesse Connor R. D. 3, Evansville, Ind.
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18 hp. Peerless engine and 32 Bed River Special Separator near Parnell, Iowa, 1919. Courtesy of W. H. Schwartzendruber, R. D. 4, Peoria, Illinois
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20 hp. D. Simple Beeves No. 7891 belonging to L. A. Hansen, Rolfe, Iowa. Pulled 84 hp. on the brake at Mt. Pleasant with 130 pounds of steam. We might add, it has the looks.
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16 hp. Napoleon engine and a 30x50 Russell threshing at Hamler, Ohio, in 1912. (This picture is a little hazy but pictures of Napoleon engines are so rare that we thought you would like to look at it. Ed.) Courtesy of William Schweibert, R. D. 1, Hamler O

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