May 31, 1917, brings two more appropriate entries:
- One hundred tractors were plowing in Scott County in an effort to increase the wheat acreage one third.
- Four Topekans were arrested by federal authorities, charged with being ringleaders in a plot to hinder draft registration. Two persons from Kansas City, one from Lawrence, and one from Olathe were also arrested. (See Thom’s previous post: https://www.kansasww1.org/the-topeka-anti-draft-conspiracy-the-arrests/ )