Bundle wagon

Bundle wagon

In some regions, a Header wagon was used for hauling bundles dropped in the field by binders, and was sometimes referred to as a bundle wagon. Such a design was very convenient to use, since the high offside helped prevent the bundles from being pitched completely over the wagon while being loaded. In other regions, the wagons used for bundle hauling had a wide platform much like a hayrack instead of the flare-sided header wagon box, and the bundles were carefully stacked on it.
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He can't help it, and he's likely to get you next time.
I'm a wicked girl to leave her so; but, then, I can't help it.
But perhaps he can't help it,' she said to herself; `his eyes are so VERY nearly at the top of his head.
I wish you wouldn't take it so hard, I can't help it.
I can't help it if the boys send me philopena presents, as they do to the other girls.
But there, if a woman's husband can't rule her of course a servant can't; so I wash my hands of it, and if she can't get to the duchess' garden party I can't help it.
And Charley said again, "No, miss, nor I can't help it.
I don't know, Marse Tom, it's one of her words; she loves the big ones, you know, and I pick them up from her; they sound good and I can't help it.
You know that I have come to be where you are," he said; "I can't help it.
I'm sorry," said Tip, meekly, "but I can't help it.
He has the loveliest smile you ever saw--only it's painted on and he can't help it.
She can't help it -- she was born so; but is very sad and awful.