Clark, Harley D.

The 1917 ,  191819191920 and 1921 Chandler City Directories list  him as a farmer and then as a rancher.

Mr. Clark lives near Pump House # 1.

He believes that Mammoth Milo Maize is the best maize to plant.  He is also setting out elders and maples, and sees no reason they won't survive here.  Also, he has set out some English Walnut.  Alfalfa is another crop he is planting.  (Chandler Arizonan 3/14/1913)

-His ranch is about a mile southeast of town.

He sustained injuries in a bad accident several days ago.  He was lying on the ground when one of his men was driving a team attached to farm machinery started backing up.  The man ended up pushing the machine into Mr. Clark's left side.

Five ribs were broken, and he will be unable to work for a few weeks.  (Chandler Arizonan 4/18/1913)

-Mr. Clark has planted 30 acres of cotton.  (Chandler Arizonan 5/16/1913)

-Mr. Clark says he holds the record price for hay in Chandler.  He sold 90 tons for $1,000 for about eleven dollars a ton.  He shipped it to Banning, California in first class shape.  He says he does his differently by only irrigating it once.  He is working on his second crop.  (Chandler Arizonan 6/13/1913)

-Mr. Clark was a business visitor to Mesa and Tempe last week.  (Chandler Arizonan 7/4/1913)