Williard Claims Champion Girl

Article taken from The Hamilton Daily Republican, August 22, 1894

A Girl's Busy Life


Portsmouth Ohio.. August 22-----Willard claims the champion girl of the period. From April 1 to June 1 this year, she planted three acres of potatoes, did all the cooking and sewing for the family, milked four cows, fed the calves, pigs and chickens, shot three polcats and four chicken hawks, set the dog on eighteen tramps, attended thirteen dances and three picnics, read five dime novels and set up three nights a week with her beau. She is still in good health.


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