The El Reno American. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 14, 1915 Page: 1 of 12
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EL RENO, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1915.
MONTHLY CROP SUMMARY PROMINENT COUPLE WED
Estimated Average Yield of Corn Many Relatives and Friends Wit-
Is 26 Bushels Per Acre. ness Ceremony Tuesday
i • rn production compared with Anothep prominent country wedding
that ol a lull crop; 96 percent. was solemnized Tuesday evening at
Production of the following crops thl. ccmnUy home of Mr. and Mrs. H.
thi* year compared with that of a full \\ ('0jt when Miss Opal Colt became
crop: Cowpeaa (seed) S7 per cent: , the bride of Mr. Reginald Courtney,
cowpeaa (forage) 90 per cent; kafir at k:;jo o’clock.
cora (grain) 87 per cent;kafir corn The ceremony was performed by
(forage) 94 per cent: feterita (grain) Rev. H. O. Callahan in the presence of
84 per ceni; feterita (forage) 93 per relatives ant| numerous friends of the
cent, spighum (forage) loo percent; contracting parties. After congratu-
broeai corn. 86 per cent; onions, 92 per lations were bestowed upon the bride
cent; peanuts. 89 per cent; milo maize, and groom, a sumptuous wedding din-
87 percent. ner was served. The bride was at-
MOTB-The acreage planted to corn tired in a beautiful white gown of
this year is approximately 4.080.000 Crepe do Chine and the groom wore
acre#. With an average of 25 bushels the conventional black,
to the acre, Oklahoma should realize The groom is a prosperous young
one *f her largest corn crops, which farmer and will make his home near
will amount to 102,000.000 bushels. Heaston, where a new residence is
Oftiahoina has one of the best hay under construction for himself and
crops iu her history. From almost bride.
all localities, four cuttings of alfalfa Those attending the wedding were,
are reported. All pasture land and Rev. and Mrs. R. O. Callahan, Mr. and
livestock are in the best of condition. Mrs. H. H. Coit, Hex and Harlan Colt,;
Reports of excellent crops of oinions Frank M and hvdia Weldon. Miss An
and peanuts have beep, received. ita Gutelius. Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Chiles,
- and children, Verda and Loyd, and
EDUCATIONAL RALLY Rally Chiles. Mr. and Mrs. .1 R. Court-
— ney, Verna, Martin and Ina Courtney.
November 14 Marks Great Event Mr. and Mrs. .). R. Stock. Elsie, Morris
in Oklahoma. and Dale Stock, A. P. Shiner, Mr. and
- Mrs. W. H. Means, Mr. and Mrs. R. F.
Oaiy a month until the great educa Jones. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Reed, Misses
tional whirlwind will sweep across Ok- Freda and Bertha Reuter, Nellie Hoff-
lahoina according to well defined plans man and Marie Von Tungeln, Messrs,
of Oklahoma educators. The first James Newkirk. Henry and Edward
event of this educational campaign is Von Tungeln, Esher and Paul Hoff-
scheduled for Sunday, November 14, man, William Reuter and John Mitch- tition at the International Wheat Show and it was only
when ministers of various churches ell. # and Wichita Fair and Exposition and
are asked to deliver a sermon along--
HE WILL PLEAD GUILTY WHY NOT TREAT THE BOYS?
Several Have Day in County Court Next Tuesday, October 19th Will
—Two Sell Liquor Be National Apple Day'.
liminary <ia> for several persons who would
Mil bus, da> in National "Apple Hay” taken place
unit. It was pre next Tuesday, October 19th, and it
most excellent plan 10
iiad failed to observe the laws,
j The onI\ person acquitted was S
; P. Furl is. who was charged with steal
'ing domesticated animals.
Two persons. Tom Mulhull and Hen-
ry Dale, were before the court on a
charge of selling intoxicating liquors.
spread a little cheer among the chil
tit en of El Reno and give each boy and
girl an apple. This is your chance to
help make Hie firs! “National Apple
i'«y" one of cheer and festivity for the
Apple Day ought to be boosted bv
The former has two charges pending e\er> loyal citizen in Canadian county
ami bond was placed at $500 on the because the fruit is unquestionably of
first charge and $250 on the second, gt'at health value Do you remember
Dale’s bond was named in the sum of tin* obi slogan An apple a day keeps
$500. They will be arraigned next the dor-tor away.” 1 tut the truly great
Saturday it present plans of the court physician has nothing save words of
materialize It is said these men he- praise for the medicinal qualities rtf
long in Kingfisher county, but they "<»od apples. Furthermore there is not
attempted to dispose of "joy water” a person in the wide world who re-
in this county last Saturday and were j‘,u • s more over robust children than
apprenhended bv William Rnscom dtas the doctor. It is his delight and
deputy sheriff, who resides 12 miles everyone's ‘‘l8*’-
Apples are a valuable commercial
commodity. There is no better wav
to the nation's wealth than by the
: southwest of Okarehe.
j Filaude Grainmer waived prelimin
ary on a charge of attempting to pass
ImttUH checks He Is accused or try s‘" alilic distribution of good uppli
ing to pass cheeks which to- had forg
cd on the El Reno Mill Ac-
company, signing F. E. Greenfield’s
name to them. Tin* cheeks were drawn
xcellent health producers ami
Elevator h'*a,th directh or indirectly product's
wealth. Make "Apple Day a day of
joy for the children of El Reno and
educational lines. Purely educational POSTOFFICE A BUSY PLACE
sermons are ask*'d for from every -
puipa in the state. Register Shows Number of Callers
These sermons will be followed by During Certain Hours.
educational rallies in each district of -
the state on Monday and Tuesday. Statistics aren’t always entertaining
Sectional rallies are booked to take but that usually depends upon the sta-
place on Wednesday and Thursday tisties. M. A. Randall, of the Postof-
with numerous schools participating fico Book store, assisted by Miss Edna
which will be followed by a county Paisley, collected some data last
rally at each county seat. Thursday which should be of quite a
Miss Mina Jackson, county superin- little interest to the people of this city,
tendent, Is anxious for every school With a small piece from off a Na-
teacher in the county to boost these tional Fash Register—we could not
educational rallies. She wants to find just where it came off—a record
make the fourth event of the series was kept of the number of people who
Hie greatest educational day ever held came into the postoffiee between the
in Canadian county by having every hours of 7:30 a. m. and 6 p. m., the
Picture of Canadian County Exhibit at Wichita Exposition.
Canadian county was the only one Oklahoma by getting first prize. The’ headquarters. In addition to secur
in the entire state that faced compe l award was made Monday afternoon iog first on quality and display, a cash
few mlnuleH. until! <>f *100 was awarded. The ex
. . ,. . , J hibit was under the direction of Mr.
word was heralded over the wires to, . . , ,, ...
.Jackson, who was ably assisted by A.
S. B. Jackson at Canadian County fair \ Johnson.
las a result, it achieved fame for all
for 112 in each instance. <1 rammer “v"rv ll,r"llly ln lll<- count>'
claims Peoria. III., as his home. His
bond was named in the sum of $750.
The defendant lias stated he intends
pleading quilty, and his case will prob-
ably be heard next Saturday.
Jesse Dove, of Geary, who is charg-
ed with grand larceny, was given a pro
liminary hearing and bond was fixed
MAN FALLS DOWN STAIRWAY
Sustained Wrenched Back and
Minor Bruises at Church.
i works we could get off to Archangel.
As a result the beginning of the war
did not take place and will not till the
•spring. At least so opinions run. We
have got an army which runs to three
"As we figure our army at 160.000
before war times we are shaping fairly
well for a non-military people. Well,
we got tin* long promised Zeppelin
raid. 1 look out of my office window
and see one of the marks they left.
They set fire to buildings three away
‘‘Considering the bombs they drop-
• ped it is wonderful that not more than
Wfhile F. T. Pierce was attending
worship at the First Christian church
.. .. ... . ... Sunday evening lie became faint Just
at $ 150. It is alleged that he purloined , .... . , , . ,
before services were concluded and
went outside, intending to go home,
••••••••• •; price of a year’s subscription. Both a walch and a *15 RoId rlnR f,on» **m
TRAIL OF THE TRAMP • gentlemen are old timers in this niche1*1"***" wl A 15 Can‘l,b‘dl* who lives ||H| uftor n.achinK th,. Rrouna he miH.
By P. E. D. Underwood • Of the woods and need no introduction. near(icar>. calculated where he was stepping and
• •••• ••••• They seem to be enjoying a very lib Members of the inquisitorial board tumbled down the basement stairway,
Only a few days oral patronage since opening their' ^wmined the mental condition of John .sustaining a badly wrenched back and
ago a man told me place of business. j V. Ballard, of near Piedmont, late a number of minor bruises,
he liked to read A. F. Sample, the groceryman. was Monday afternoon and decided it would ,ay where he had fallen until
the ‘Tramp’ story another to pay a dollar for The Aui- lo lda<*° bi,n 'n Uto asylum, church was dismissed anti friends
he al erican. I found him suffering from a Mr' RaI,a,d to laboring un- heard his moaning and rushed to his
ways found some- hadly inflamed hand which was the dl*r lh*‘ impression that he will serve aBHistance. He was taken home and
thing that fit. result of a scratch received while un- divinity notwithstanding, as he medical attention summoned. It is
some particular packing some goods quite lately. His * Linkh. that he is endangering his life thought he will soon recover.
case — something store is enjoying a very liberal share *’>’ 80 doing. He was taken to Norman--
of real life-inter- „f business. Monday evening by Win. Van Wagner. WILL BE MARRIED THURSDAY.
During the forenoon I called on Mrs.
... —..........✓ -------- -----v -------- ----— —..... ............ . , . . .. . ..I , , ’ Travis Latimer, who with her hus-
rural school send law delcKatlons to number beinc 1.750. The first hour. tw,‘n'y vere klll,'d As 1 happ"nR the; appreciated more .han I can describe. Cpntral holp, a,ld Bh(.
..... —' , ............ . e .. bombs dropped on Wholesale ware- because thev touched a resnonsive
from 7:30 until 8:30, is one of the busi-
est times of the day in the office, the
recording device showing 400 at the
It may sound false,
HORSE THIEVES ARE BUSY.
The shefiff and his force of officials end of the hour,
were busy Wednesday chasing after hut, you know about figures,
horse thieves. Sheriff Clark was in However, the afternoon is the busi-
the vicinitj of Mustang searching for est time, there being more people in
horses that were stolen the first of the from 12 till 6 p. nt. than in the morn-
week, and tlte deputies were after the ing. though the advantage of the hour
person who stole F. L. Brown’s horse, and a half might be one reason for
,\lr. Brown lives two miles south of that. Between the hours of 4 and 5
the cemetery and Ids nag was stolen p. m. there were 214 people passed
some time Tuesday night. Undersher- through the doors of the postoffice,
iff Carter returned from the country When the new government building
about noon Wednesday and stated that is finished the numbers will no doubt
the trail was lost nine miles south of surpass those of Thursday.
El Reno. _
bombs dropped on wholesale ware-j because they touched a responsive
houses and in a district where no one chord and indicated that one has cs-
resides. The city empties at night teemed my feeble effort to say some-
and only a few c aretakers are left, j thing worth while. I would dislike
Had the same number of bombs drop-1 making the journey through life and
ped in a residential part of London be made realize that I had failed to
the deaths would be heavy. We never, bring a ray of sunshine and hope into
thought that the time would come f6r ( someone’s life. It takes determination
bombs to be dropped in tin* dead of to win and I have battled along that
night over the- roofs of old and young. line all my life, and I suppose most
London is an open city. No war stores boys who were thrown on their own
are here. The bulk of the killed are resources early* in life fought through
children. --Killed as they slept. The the same way, else they sank in the
parents’ friends and citizens get en-| quagmire of oblivion,
raged at this barbaric method and
| H. S. Bayne, of Mustang, was
__________________________ Mr. T. F. Huwkins. the genial man-
SOME FINE APPLES. ager of the Booterie, went to Oklahoma
Ed niako. who Is living on Attorney Wednesday evening, where he
gave me a dollar to try the* paper that I C. O. Blake’s farm, east of El Reno,
is putting on more speed than any brought a bushel of sample prize-win-
other weekly publication in all Okla- ning apples to The American office * b<‘ ,,Mirriage < erenionv wd* take
honia. Mrs. Latimer has been running Wednesday. There were OanoH, Black 1 *dar’* *n Ptt,’*orB °f Pilgrim
the* Central only a few months, but Mammoths, King Thompson, York Itn-
she lias made* some changes which petial and Missouri Pippins in the lot.
make it rank among the foremost Attorney Blake was awarded sweep
hotels of this section for comfort and stakes on his Staymen Winesaps at
convenience. i the recent fair. Frank Mara and
While on Ellison I called at the, George Onit. Hie Japanese, will look
home of P. L. Putt and secured a sub- after the fruit next year. 6,000 boxes -vounR couple expect to leave Thurs*
script ion from his wife. Before mak- of extra fancy and 2,000 choice are on da-' lor Kansas < it y and other
ing my trip to Ellison I tackled Mr. cold storage at the farm. The stor- n°rthern points for a brief visit with
Putt down town and he said: “You age houses were built recently. relatives . Mr. ttnd Mrs. Hawkins con-
-------.....*“rning to El Reno next
w ill be married the following evening,
at eight o’cloek, to Mrs. Viola Martin.
Congregational church. Dr. W. H. B.
ITrch officiating. After attending a
theatre party, the young couple and
their friends will repair to the dining
room of the Lee-Huckins am! partake
of a sumptuous wedding feast. The
, go set? my wife.” Mr. Putt is an elec
ink., it out of tin- onrmy hy joining the nrgt man lo pay a dollal. fol. The Ain- ,rlcian who knows the business from RESERVED SEAT BOARD TO OPEN. Mond“-v and wiU re"ld«‘ »• 'he Lyons
urmy to light against him. Nothing|erlcan )aRl week. Mr. Payne owns an cellar lo garret and he Is kept busy The reserved seat hoard for the wh,'l<' he has a suite of rooms
(80-acre farm, besides renting .120 acres, every day in the year assembling Lyceum course will be opened lo the engaged.
!.S i *S om fruit growers ol electrical appliances or installing holders of season tickets Saturday T““
that section, having 950 Elberta and electrical service in the homes of El- uiorning. October 16, at Jones’ drug HARDWARE STORE ROBBED.
« «. . , number of Early Wheeler peach Reno people. stor*. Mis. Clyde Muagrove will de An entrance was gained into the
the holy bonds of matrimony, .Monday phow and a big company worth public : oth**r °f the S,r7 ' “ brUt<? ^,ck'| trees from which he sold 3.000 bushels Saturday was a good day for hotels, liver tickets, but if you fail to see her Bonebrake hardware store some time
afternoon at 4 o’clock, at the home of patronage. IUK a child OI ww,m‘n hl\”,Hn do°8 of the former and 400 of the latter this while passing along I called on W. H. before Saturday, your tickets will be Monday night by cutting out a panel
Rev. and Mrs. H. L. Price, Rev. Price _____ ®ount t i <ost 1>« it bu>k«n b g or jyear. He has 30 acres of alfalfa on White, proprietor of the Kerfoot, and waiting for you at the Jones drug
blackened e> e. He simyly starts right |he farni j-j|s livestock embraces
- W. N. RICE SHOWS.
MARRIED IN EL RENO. The Rice shows are coining and will
Mr. Harley A. Newman and Miss pitch tents here Octob<* 18th for a
Mary Wright, of Niles, were united in week’s stand. It is said to he a clean
helps recruiting like adversity.
“You say no war is right,
agree. Some wars are inevitable. • t
Could any man stand and see on the
officiating. The bride was attired in
a lovely light blue silk dress trimmed
With white lace. She is the daughter corporated. T,„. ,,a|>ita, aIot,k
of Mr. and Mrs. .lames Wright, who ,, non Thp incorporatora arP E.
OIL COMPANY INCORPORATED.
The Lilly Oil company has been in-
_______ _ ______,_______ L.
are prosperous farmer folk of this Kalbrlplach A A PiInpv> c F M(„
county. The groom wore the conven- r)onald and L „ MyPra.
tional black. He is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. Art Newman. He was attended
by Mr. Reben G. Martin, of Scott,
okla.. while the bride’s attendant was
Miss Ella Wright, of Niles. The cere-
mony was witnessed by several friends
and relatives who wished them a pros-
perous and joyful Journey through ANOTHER YEAR OF WAR
life, which may be as the foot-step in
the snow, leaving its
in to stop tiie brutality. England
would have been forever dishonored
not count the cost be it broken leg orj
66 secured a subscription. Mr.
or 75 hogs. 50 cattle and 14 horses, been in charge of the Kerfoot a little' curing reserved seats
Mr. l'aync Ik a native Kentuckian, hut OVPr a month and he la getting his ---
had she stood aalde and watched Ger-.cama to Oklahoma from Missouri dur- share or the business He came to
ing 1889. Kl Iteno from Cement, where he was
Rufe Larkins, of the Lickskillet com- connected with a railvav company.
England had the choice of standing .. . 4 ... . .
. , j . , , muntty, was in town Saturday and During the afternoon I secured a
in the door at the Rock Island avenue
White has store, so that you may la* sure of se- entrance, and the thief or thieves
many ruthlessly breaking, devastating
a country. it was pledged to succor.
SHE WANTS DIVORCE.
Lucy K. Crabb, through her attorney,
filed a petition in district court ask-
ing the severance of marriage obliga-
stated that most of the women were renewal subscription from W. L.'lions from Stephen l». Crabh. The pe-
busy with house cleaning. Ilruce, who resides on route four. Mr. tit ion stales they were married Oet.
Another son of M. Yowell will be an Ilruce came from Kansas 16 years ago. 22. 1889. and II alleges non-support and
American reader the next year. This He farmed 65 acres lids last season, abandonment.
, new recruit among the large clientele He raised 14 acres of wheat which _
I of readers Is M. E. Yowell. who is made a yield of 12 lo 15 bushels per FIGURES SHOW REDUCTION
farming one of his father's farms. He acre; 25 acres of corn. 10 or oals and ___
one of ,h<‘ Progressive young farm- a few acres of feed stuff. His live Rxnenses 0f Cnnntv Prnnortion
imprint hut not English Manufacturer Has Chang- fo'' ,h<’ ,'1Eh' and no n,an dlRmu"d Wo I ers of his community and is making Stock embraces 111 hogs 4 horses and P V ^
---- — _ — sympathize with you in America. We K(MHj ^ (>atl|,,
did not think you could stand for it as j
TO JUDGE LIVESTOCK.
A. II. Campbell, of Geary, goes to
Dallas next Monday to judge Boland
Filina hogs at the Texas State fair.
aside and allowing ti e hordes to sweep
down on Baris.
“We could have made fortunes sell-
ing goods to the belligerents. We
were on the spot and had the ships
to carry the goods.
“But England—if even we only say
for once—became the idealist. It stood
carried away three .45 calibre auto-
matic pistols, a dozen razors and $5
in cash. It is thought the work was
done after midnight on account of a
heavy rain driving persons off the
streets shortly after eleven o’clock.
No arrests have been made.
« stain. ed His Views Last Few Months.
Friday afternoon Messrs.
James W. Forgie, an English manu-jyou have. England is more impetuous. J sfouttee and W. T. Malone,
ately Less Than Last Year.
A FINE MARKET.
IN HIS NEW QUARTERS.
Thomas Benson has his undertaking
establishment moved into new and
commodious quarters at the corner of
Woodson and North Bickford. The in-
terior of the building has been trans-
formed into a thing of beauty by wall-
paper decorations and fresh paint and
the addition of working and display
Washington. I). C- For the
week beginning Wednesday, Oct
13. 1915.—For the west gulf
states: Showers Wednesday will
be followed by generally fair
weather during the remainder of
the week. No decided tempera-
ture changes although somewhat
cooler Wednesday in the in-
Mr. Jonathan 1 met.
“Janies W. Forgie.
Otto A. While* I was crossing the street According to figures submitted the
... ... , u. » . • J M. Markin told me he wanted to see current expenses and sinking fund of
lhriy tv I fix opened their meat mar lacturer, hen sent R few communica- We would have fouKht Iona ago under ( (;(ti2Pns National bank, made a trip me. and when we arrived at hia office; Canadian county Tor the enauinK flaeal
kef and srorery store the latter part Hons to the owners of The American the circumstances. You are certainly jto Piedmont, and as they needed a he Kave me a dollar for The Arnerl : rear will he 2 52 mills as affalnst 2 80
of last week. It is equipped with on the war outlook. A communication a (treater help to us as you are supply- mtlp 1Ilor(. haUaat to disk- Mr. Shut-'can. Mi Harkin came from rhlcaso mills for last year
modern refricerativo conveniences and just received Indicates that his views, ln« us and the allies with nmmuni-1 tPP-B Par rldp amoolh|v, thpy came| to Oklahoma City 9 1-2 vears axo. com- The levy required to provide for the
essential facilities for handling trade have changed in regard to the dura- Hons. Hut what has come over Am-m„ and ,atP1. |>rrkpd up char|Pa inK Rpn0 two yPara )atpr whp|.p thrpp npw funds crPat„d by ,bp laBf traducing the celebrated Miracle
and doing it with neatness and dis- tion of the armed conflict that has and ericans to be told how many boata you pprry |, waB „ m0Bt enjoyable tlrpjhr has since resided He handles legislature will he 48 mills The total wheat which requires less seed per
patch They are elated over the en-is shaking th.. foundation of European can sail on the high seas and where and Mr shuttPP droyp hia ,ourinK car’real estate and insurance, besides hat levy for a......rposes will only he .2 acre than any other variety. This
ormous sales which have come lo their counlries. The portion of the letter you can buy 'hem? Tlint wasn’t like paBBenRPr timP going and coming.' ing much work in abstracting. He also of a mill more than was levied Iasi seed is for sale by Shepard & Son. Ho-
pertaining to the war is as follows: A1* **“ 1
“Well, we are still at war and I
think likely to be till ilils time next ■ p. S Since giving off the fore-1 Yukon, and he subscribed. He has: Phllldelphlans gobbled up the baked trlbuted as follows;
year My views have altered. We find going the allies have begun the offen- been in Oklahoma 32 years, first land-, beans last Friday, Iml the Ilostonians Salary .66: court 51: road and
that enormous quantities of shells, sive and driven the enemy back two or Ing In “No Man s Land" from OMo. kept them oul of the pan Saturday, bridge 110; poor and Insane .24: con
1 he offensive we did not He farmed 250 acrea of wheal and oats , and Monday’s beans and bacon ad- llnRent .51; separate school .14: sink
orn«*d Boston tables. jing .10, making a total. 3.52. Now
groat or quant itios ’
ting it stockod in good shapo. His
livestock includes 9 cattle, 11 horses,
a stallion and jack and a few* hogs.
While scouting around Saturday
morning I went into the “IT. c. It”
cigar store, and Joe Abbott of the firm
of Abbott Sc McLean, shelled out the
A PROLIFIC WHEAT.
I). H. Knepper. ol Hobart, is here
this week visiting old friends and in-
While in Piedmont I mot-R. E. Ro- has a sales contract for the disposal year for current expenses only, and 6art, Okla. Read their advertisement
chelle. who resides on route two from of Oakland cars in thla aection. the levies for Hie ensuing year are dls ,,n another page in tills Issue of The
• rifles, big guns and small ammunition three miles.
• are needed. | expect to begin till the spring. We j this year near Piedmont. He bought
• “Infinitely greater quantities than are all the better pleased, of course, the farm a short time ago and is get-
• we could conjure in our minds. We that the offensive has begun. I think
• expected the war beginning last May it points to the fact that we have made
• and in a few months for it to end. shells and guns quicker than we ex-
• When May came around we had not ported. We are kept in the dark to
• enough ammunition. We had been our own capacity for making amniuni-
• supplying Russia who has no factor- tion. The war will be over in twelve
t j ies. We were rushing all the fire- months from now.”
Silas Seely, one of the substantial levies are County road .25; widows and
fanners of route one, Banner, gave orphans .09: county fair .14, making a
me a dollar for renewal last Saturday, total of .48, making a grand total of *
He came from Illinois 10 years ago. 4.00 while tin* levy lor last year was
He owns 160 acres on which he raised 3.80. leaving a difference of .20 mills *
40 acres of wheat, making a general notwithstanding that the last legisla- *
average of 12 1-2 bushels per acre, live enactment increased the levies *
(Continued on last page.) i .48 mills. •
62 BUSHELS PER ACRE.
Nels Olander, who resides in the
Highland community, on route
three, raised a bumper crop of
oats: the field making a general
average of almost sixty-two
bushels per acre. It has been
demonstrated that Canadian
county produces the big crops.
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