From one of Arthur Nevard's notebooks dated 1909.
Various entries of wheat hauled to Lipton grain elevator in November and December of 1909 show that he was getting about 77 cents per bushel for the wheat. No mention of the grade or other details.
Another entry further down the page shows that Arthur put in 31 days helping on the Chapman and Bradshaw threshing crew and was paid $77.50 for his efforts that harvest of 1909.
This photo shows Arthur standing by the threshing machine with assorted Goodbrands, Bradshaws and Chapmans on what appears to be a cold fall day.