Bio: Hewett, Jame's wheat 1878
Contact: Vickie

----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 1-18-1878

Seed Wheat

We have been requested by Mr. Jas. Hewett, of this place, to state that he has on hand one hundred and fifty bushels of choice wheat, cleaned and ready for use as seed, of the variety known as the "Lost Nation," which he wishes to dispose of immediately, for the reason that he has no suitable room for storing the same. The wheat was raised on his farm near this village, during the past season, the average yield being 36 bushels per acre. It is of hardy growth, and the vest variety known for productiveness in this soil and climate. Those persons who have expressed their wish to procure seed from this wheat, must do so immediately, or it will be sold to any other parties desiring it.



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