Continuing the Crook County News Since 1884

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1 Years Ago

September 27, 1923

Further evidence of the corn productiveness of Crook County is given by the exhibition of an ear furnished the Times office by Jesse Guidinger of Williams Divide. This ear of corn is twelve inches long and is well filled in twelve even rows. One such ear makes a nice lunch for any Berkshire and is a strong argument for the planting of corn in place of too much wheat in this country.

Dr. J. F. Clarenbach, county health officer, has been quite busy of late in vaccinating school students in compliance with a ruling of the state board of health. Dr. Clarenbach repo...

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