The Carson Herald
May 17, 1884 -

Our farmer friends, H. G. and G. H. Pease, of Pymosa township, continue to improve their farm in every way possible. They have this week set out several early varieties of apple trees, currants, strawberries, and gooseberries, and one hundred mulberry trees, with seed sufficient, if all grow and are not destroyed by insects or frosts, to set out a fifteen acre mulberry grove next spring. The walnut and box elder transplanted by them last spring are said to be growing nicely at this time.