Aug. 14, 1919
HARTINGTON — James Harris of Norfolk is in town with the square turn tractor, giving a demonstration of its work.
The big machine lived up to its name of making square turns. It seems to be very easy to handle in spite of its size.
It was demonstrated that the tractor could plow squarely up into the corners, saving for cultivation soil that usually goes to waste.
The Square Turn is manufactured in Norfolk, being the invention of A.J. Colwell of that city.