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The Wool Crop

That wool is an important product of Lenawee County the following figures will show. The reports for 1902 indicate that the principal buyers from the growers of the county purchased 500,382 pounds, the price ranging1 from 14 to 17 cents. The prominent buyers in 1902 in the county were:

L. Frensdorf & Son, Hudson......................................190,000 pounds

Charles W. Kimball, Adrian......................................155,000 "

William H. Rogers. Adrian.......................................62.838

Charles E. Rogers, Adrian..................................----- 45,000

Otis Clapp, Adrian...................-............................ 17,000

Mark Rorick. Morencl............................................U,000 "

H. C. Hayward. Morencl.........................................10,000 "

Clark Knowlan, Dover........................................... 12,000

Bunch lots amounting to fully 100,000 pounds were also purchased from smaller dealers in the county.

Mr. Krensdorf, at Hudson, during the year handled about 1,200,000 pounds, his business being largely outside the county.

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