Fred Groth

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THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE. LyNDEN*, WASH iWHSDAY. OCT. 21. 192(1 St'M.VS MAN LOSES TWO COWS FIRE DESTROYS HOME OF FRED PASTURED IN GRAIN FIELD GROTH; LOSS WILL RE HEAVY | It's poor economy to turn the cows lout into fields of wet unthreshed grain. One Sumas farmer lost two of his herd last week as a result of doing so. j The following account of his loss is from the Sumas Advocate-News: ' Lindsey Fry had another bit of bad luck last Sunday when he turned his cows into a field of unthreshed grain, and upon going back a couple 'of hours later, he found them both dead from eating too much of the grain. Mr. Fry lost almost all of his grain owing to the continued rain this season." o jCOUNCTL ORDERS GRAVELLING OF BTH AND WEST PINE ST. Fire at nine o'clock on Saturday right caused a big damage at th« home of F.\/> Groth on East Front Street Friday nia-t. The roof of the building was turned, and the contents practice.!!} - destroyed. Just how tHa fue started is a mystery. The Qrotii family was not at home at the time, and it was thought that the fire in the kitchen stove WM out. But a small portion of the iontents of the house was saved. A sumll amount of insurance was carried on the furniture aud personal property by Mr. Groth. The building was owned by 11. Z. Fish. It was insured. proval or amendment tv article

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  1. The Lynden Tribune,
  2. 21 Oct 1920, Thu,
  3. Page 5

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