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State of Ohio, County of Trumbnil, 88. :

John Fuller being duly sworn, says that he accurately measured the land upon wbich II. C. Fuller raised a crop of corn the past season, and the quantity of land is two acres and no more.

Jony FULLER.

Sworn to before me, this 1st day of November, 1878.

JAMES A. BLACKBURN, Justice of the l’eace.

Slate of Ohio, County of Trumbull, 88. :

II. C. Fuller being duly sworn, says that he raised a crop of corn the past season npon the ground measured by John Fuller, and that the quantity of corn raised thereon was four hundred bushels, and no less, measured in a sealed measure; and the statements in regard to the manner of cultivation, etc., are correct to the best of my knowledge.

HI, C. FULLER. Sworn to before me this 4th day of November, A.D. 1978.

JAMES A. BLACKBURY, Justice of the Peace.

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H. C. Fuller makes the following statement of the cost of cultivating a crop of corn of two acres. The field bas been planted two years in succession in corn. 1878.

Dr. April 15. To 30 loads of manure, at 50 cents per load

$15 00 24. To 1 day's plowing, at $2 50 per day

2 50 25. To 1 day’s plowiog, at $2.50 per day

2 50 May 13. Today's rolling and harrowing, at $-.50 per day.

2 50 14. To $ day's marking, at $200 per day....

66 16. To 11 quarts seed corn, at $1.00 per bushel

1 25 16. To 4 men 1 day each, at 90 cents per day..

90 Jane 1. Tu 1 day's cultivatiog, at $2.50 per day

2 60 1. To 1 day's hoeing, at 90 cents per day..

90 21. To 1 day's cultivatiog, at $250 per day

2 50 25. To 14 day's hoeing, at 90 ceuts

1 35 July 15. To I day's plowing out corn, at $2.50 per day...

2 50 16. To 11 day's hoeing, at 90 cents per day .....

1 33 Sept. 23. To 2 days' cutting up corn, at 90 cents per day..

1 80 Nov. 2. To 4 days' huskiog, at 75 cents per day

3 00

Total

$41 21

State of Ohio, County of Trumbull, 88. :

Jobn Fuller being duly sworn, says that be accurately measured the land upon which H. C. Fuller raised a crop of corn the past season, and the quantity of land is two acres and no more.

Joux FULLER. Sworn to before me this 1st day of November, 1878.

JAMES A. BLACKBURN, Justice of the Peace

Slate of Ohio, County of Trumbull, 88, :

A. C. Fuller being duly sworn, says that he raised a crop of corn the past season upon the ground measured by John Fuller, and that the quantity of corn raised thereon was

three hundred and sixty-two and six-sevenths busbels, and no less, measured in a sealed · measure; and the statement in regard to the manner of cultivation, etc., are correct to the best of my knowledge.

II. C. FULLER.

Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 4th day of November, A.D. 1878.

James A. BLACKBURN, Justice of the P'tace.

Slate of Ohio, County of Trumbull, 88. :

J. L. Kennedy being duly sword, says that ho accnrately measured the land upon which E, Alderman raised a crop of corn the past season, and the quantity of land is two acres and no more.

JAMES L. KEXXEDY. Sworn to before me this 4th day of November, 1878.

D. R. GILBERT, Justice of the Peace. Slate Ohio, County of Trumbull, 88. :

E. Alderman being duly sworn, says that be raised a crop of corn tbe past season upon the ground measured by J. L. Kennedy; the quantity of grain raised thereon was five buodred and thirtyeight bushels and twenty pounds, and no less; and the statement in regard to the manner of cultivation is correct, to the best of my knowledge.

E. ALDERMAN. Sworn to before me this 4th day of November, 1878.

D. R. GILBERT, Justice of the Peace. Statement of cost, and manner of cultivation : Plowing and harrowing, 2 days

$4 00 Planting, 1 day

75 Cultivating, 15 day...

1 75 Hoeing, 2 days

1 50

Total cost..

$8 00

The ground was sod; black loamy soil. No manure of any kind was used Planted on the 18th day of May, in rows three and one-half feet apart. Cultivated with shovel. plow.

State of Ohio, Trumbull County. 88. :

David Caldwell, being duly sworn, says that he accurately measured the land upon which John N. McCombs raised a crop of corn the past season, and the quantity of land is two acres and no more,

DAVID CALDWELL. Sworn to and subscribed before me, at Champion, this 18t day of November, A.D. 1878.

W. H. MCMURRAY, Justice of the Peace. State of Ohio, Trumbull County, 88.:

John N. McCombs, being duly sworn, says that he raised a crop of corn, the past season, upon the ground measured by David Caldwell, and that the quantity of corn raised thereon was one hundred and twenty tight busbels, of eeventy pounds to the bushel, and no less. The cultivation of this corn was in the usual way, without any fertilizer

or manure.

Jonx N. MCCOMBS.

Sworn to and subscribed before me, at Champion, this 1st day of November, A.D. 1878.

W. II, MCMURRAY, Justice of the P cace.

The State of Ohio, Trumbull County, 88.:

David Caldwell, being duly sword, says that he accurately measured the land upon wbich John N. McCombs raised a crop of corn the past season, and the quantity of land is two acres and no more.

DAVID CALDWELL, Sworn to and subscribed before me, at Champion, tbis 1st day of November, A.D. 1078.

W. H. MCMURRAY, Justice of the Peace. The State of Ohio, Trumbull County, 88.:

John N. McCombs, being duly sworn, says that he raised a crop of corn the past season upon the ground measured y David Caldwell, and that the quantity of corn raised thereon was one buudred and forty-tight busbels, of seventy pounds to the bushel aud no less. The cultivation of this corn was in the usual way, without any fertilizer or

manure.

Join N. McCouBS. Sworn to and subscribed before me, at Champion, this first day of November, A D. 1878.

W. II. McVURRAY, Justice of the Peace.

OATS

II. C. Faller makes the following statement of the cost of cultivating two acres of oats. Coru stubble turned over: 1678.

Dr. April 4. To 1 day's plowing, at $2 50 per day

$2 50 5. To 1 day's plowing, at $2.50 per day

2 50 9. Today's harrowing, at $ '.50 per day

1 25 13. To 1 day's harrowing in oats, at $2.50 per day .....

2 50 19. To $ day's rolling, at $1.00 per day

33 19. To 5 bushels of seed oats, at 40 cents per bushel...

2 CO July 31. To day's reaping oats with machine, at 750. per acre

1 50 31. To 1 day's binding, at 90 cents per day

90 Ang. 16. To 2 bands hauling in oats, at 90 cents per day.

1 EO Sept. 2. To threshing 14 1 bushels, at 2fc. per bushel

3 Co

Total

.........

$10 88

The State of Ohio, Trumbull County, 88.:

John Fuller, being dnly sworn, says that he accurately measured the land upon wbicb II. C. Fuller raised a crop of oats the past season, and the quantity of land is two.acres and no more.

JOAN FULLER. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 1st day of November, A.D. 1878.

Jas. A. BLACKBURN, Justice of the Peace. Tne State of Ohio, Trumbull County, 88.:

H. C. Fuller, being duly sworn, says that he raised a crop of oats the past season opon the ground measured by John Fuller, and that the quantity of oa s raised thereon was 144 busbels and no less, measured in a sealed measure, and the statements in regard to the manner of cultivation, etc., are correct to the best of my knowledge.

H. C. FULLER. Sworn to before me this 4th day of November, A D. 1878.

Jas. A. BLACKBURN, Justice of the Peace.

H. C. Fuller makes the following statement of the cost of cultivating two acres of oats. Corn stubble turned over: 1878.

Dr. April 2. To 1 day's plowing, at $2.50 per day

$2 50 3. To 1 day's plowing, at $2.50 per day

2 50 8. To į day's barrowing, at $2.50 per day

1 25 18. To 1 day's barrowing in oats, at $2.50 per day ...

2 50 19. Today's rolling, at $1.00 per day

33 19. To 5 bushels of seed oats, at 40c. per bashel...

2 00 July 31. To ļ day's reaping oats with machine, at 75c. per acre

1 50 31. To 1 day's binding, at 90c. per day

90 Aug. 15. To 2 hands bauling in oats, at 90c. per day.

1 80 Sept. 2. To threshing 146 bushels, at 24c. per bushel.

3 65

Total

$18 93

The State of Ohio, Trumbull County, 88.:

John Fuller, being duly sworn, says that he accurately measured the land upon which H. C. Fuller raised a crop of oats the past season, and the quantity of land is two acres and no more.

JOAN FULLER. Sworn to before me this 1st day of November, A.D. 1878.

Jas. A. BLACKBURN, Justice of the Peace.

The State of Ohio, Trumbull County, 88.:

H. C. Fuller, bring duly sworn, says that he raised a crop of oats the past season upon the ground measured by John Fuller, and that the quantity of oats raised thereon was 146 bushels and no lesz, measured in a sealed measure, and the statement in regard to the manner of cultivation, etc., are correct to the best of my knowledge.

H. C. FULLER. Sworn to before me, and subscribed in my presence this 9th day of November, 1878.

Jas. A. BLACKBURN, Justice of the Peace.

The State of Ohio, Trumbull County, 88.:

David Caldwell, being duly sworn, says that he accurately measured the land upon which John N. McCombs raised a crop of oats the past season, and the quantity of land is two acres, and no more.

David CALDWELL. Sworn to and subscribed before me, at Champion, this 18t day of November, A.D. 1878.

W. H. McMURRAY, Justice of the Peace.

The State of Ohio, Trumbull County, 88.:

Jobn N. McCombs, being duly sworn, says that he raised a crop of oats the past season, upon the ground measured by David Caldwell, and the quantity of oats raised thereon was one hundred and forty bushels, and no less. The cultivation of this oats was in the usual way, without fertilizer or manure.

John N. MCCOMBS. Sworn to and subscribed before me, at Champion, this 1st day of November, A.D. 1878.

W. H. MCMURRAY, Justice of the Peace.

The State of Ohio, Trumbull County, 88.:

David Caldwell, being duly sworn, says that he accurately measured the land upon wbich John N. McCombs raised a crop of oats the past season, and the quantity of land is two acres, and no more.

DAVID CALDWELL. Sworn to and subscribed before me, at Champion, this 1st day of November, A.D. 1878

W. H. MCMURRAY, Justice of the Peace.

The State of Ohio, Trumbull County, 88.:

John N. McConıbs, being duly sworn, says that he raised a crop of oats the past season, upon the ground measured by David Caldwell, and that the quantity of oats raised thereon was one hundred and thirty bushels, and no less. The cultivation of this oats was in the usual way, without fertilizer or manure.

JOHN N. MCCOMBS. Sworn to and subscribed before me, at Champion, this 1st day of November, A.D. 1878.

W. H. MCMURRAY, Justice of the Peace.

FLAX.

The State of Ohio, Trumbull County, 88.:

Emory Dillon, being duly sworn, says that he accurately measured the land upon which Leroy Fuller raised a crop of flax the past season, and the quantity of land is two acres, and no more.

EMORY DILLON,

Sworn to before me, this 4th day of November, A D. 1878.

JAMES A. BLACKBURN, Justice of the Peace.

The State of Ohio, Trumbull County, 88.:

Leroy Fuller, being duly sworn, says he raised a crop of flax the past season, upon the ground measured by Emory Dillon, and that the quantity of flax seed raised thereon was twenty five bushels and one pound, and no less, by weight; and the statements in regard to the manner of cultivation are correct, to the best of my knowledge.

LEROY FULLER. Sworn to before me, this 4th day of November, A.D. 1878.

JAMES A. BLACKBURN, Justice of the Peace.

Cost of CultivationTwo Acres Old Pasture.
March 30. 1 day's plowing
April 3. $ day's plowing

22. 11 bushels seed....
23. 1 day's sowing and harrowing

24. day's harrowing... August 10. } day's mowing

12. 4 day's mowing 16–17.

14 day's threshing
19. 1 day's cleaning seed

$2 50 1 25 2 25 2 50 1 25

62

93 3 00 1 00

Total....

.$15 30

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