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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 20 January 1906

3 l Local and Personal Col. He-man has started tin-plow on his ranch near town. Robert Brooks, littlo son of K. II. Brooks, is reported sick. The work of ballasting the Hock Island is well under way. Farmer McCarer has located a homestead. W. F. Buchanan is Hoing t o build a brick residence near his present home site. Notice the change of ad. in this issue of Gross, Kelly & Co. James Bell, ranchman from Endee, was here yesterday trad ing. A. D. Pankey, of Alamotfordo, bought a couple of residence lots here this week. O. M. Connelly, manager of the Three T Ranch, was in town yes terday for ranch supplies. The ladies of the Baptist Church will conduct a provision sale at Whitmore's store tonight. Sam Hardwick is getting ready to farm. This week he is paper ing and otherwise fixing up his place out there. Sephus Brown, a blacksmith, came in Wednesday from Daw son, and is going out to the Bell Ranch to take charge of their shop. w. ii. Morgan, ot the hrm oi Morgan & Grubbs, retu...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 20 January 1906

I , LOCAL NEWS. S. C. Pandolfo cami' in Thurs il;iy from IS1 Paso. C. U. Eddy and C. U. Simpson passed through Sunday to LSI Paso, returning from Dawson. S. ISr Pelphrey, the Alainogordo contractor, stopped over here Sun day on route to Dawson. Mr. and Mrs. G. Cooin, a bride and groom from Logan, spent the day here Monday. C. McNeil with Martin & Casey, Fort Worth liquor dealers, was a guest at the Glenrock Monday. L. II. Greenbaum, representing Greenbauni Brothers, of Lousville, K'., was a business visitor this week. Conductor V. I I. Campbell is in the hospital at Dawson, and Conductor Hurley is holding down his run. 4 C. W. Houston, Train Master of the Dawson branch of the South Western, has returned from Min neapolis. Rev. Recce was iniated into the misteties of the Page rank of the Order Knights of Pythias Wednes day night. C. L. Hausen and 12. W. Han sen, Malone, Iowa, were at the Glenrock Monday. They are pros pective locators. Doc Richards and Frank Bald win came in from...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 20 January 1906

Commissioners' Proceedings. (continued from page (tight.) sents the treasurers report for the quarter ending Sept. 30th 1905. Said report was taken into consideration by thu I Ionorablo Hoard and approved. Thu Justice of -the Peace of the various precincts having fail ed to make their quarter reports to thu Honorable Hoard according to the law the clurk is hereby instructed to notify all such Justices to file their reports at once. Tins Honorable Hoard of County Commissioners now orders the clerk to notify the treasurer and ex-officio collector to transfer the fol lowing funds and these amounts respec tively into the General County fund. Koads and Hridges lund $10.94 Judgment fund 20.12 Penalty fund 7.5.1 Costs fund Total The following bills were presented before the board for approval and were approved to wit: Hill of J. A. Street. Sheriff, for one guard for Jail 3rd quarter 1905 $ 1 20.00 Hill of J. A. Street, Sheriff, for boarding prisoners, 3r:l quarter KJ05 Hill of S. K. Hendre...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 20 January 1906

tflJRI jLIVETI HSffKS ISTOCK. Working Butter. By using water jolder than tho butter, it will prevent the particles adhering to each other while the salt is added and thoroughly mixed throughout the granular mass while in tho churn. Let the butter re main in the churn, or place in boxes or tubs for three or four hours where the temperature is low. Salting this way requires less working to make ! an unmottled butter, and improves the texture and grain. A little extra salt should bo used. Use only some espe cially prepared butter salt which has been kept clean and free from of fensive odors. The amount of salt to bo used will depend on the market. Care should be taken, while handling or working the butter, not to injure tho grain by overworking or working while too warm or too cold, or allow ing any spade, etc.. lo draw or slide over the butter. Salt should be dis tributed evenly and butter worked suf ficiently to give it an even color. J. W. Newman. Cement in Dairy Barns. There has be...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 20 January 1906

The Old year j The white dawn glimmered and lie said. " 'TIs day!" The fust whh reddening nnd ho sighed, "Farewell." The hp raid sun came forth and ho wan dead. Ilf was all In IiIh veins hut ypHtprmorn, Am' ruddy health seemed laughing on his Hps; Now ho Is dust, and will not hrcatho again! OIvp him a place to lay his regal head, Clve him a tomb besldo his brothers gone. Give him a tablet for his deeds and name. Hear the now voire that claims the va cant throne, Take the new hand outstretched to meet thy ltlss. But Rive the past 'tis all thou canst thy tears! James T. Fields. (Copyright, 1903. by Dally Story Pub. Co.) Tho boy was showing the girl an old revolver ho had acquired In a swap and had repaired so It would shoot, and he was telling her of his plans to go out west and bo a cowboy or a desperado he had not decided which. Ho spoke with all the insuf ferable condescension and bravado of tho mascullno early teens and she lis tened with tho reverence which be came her sox and th...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 20 January 1906

7 Mtw I c " 0. K. MEAT STREET & JONES. Fresh and Salt Meats, Pigs Feet, Tripe, Lard, Bologna., Butter and Eggs. Fish and Oysters in Season. Poultry. & yv i k i r--r-f r -T- r i I N I r" yl iviaiin o I rttz.cz. I . WE MEET TRAINS AND TAKE The Glenrock Hotel J. J. HARRISON. Hedqjairteir'S ffr f Opposite Rock Island Depot Rates Reasonable Tucumca.ri, New Mexico. THE ONLY FIRST CLASS HOTEL IN THE CITY. JACKSON-GALBRAITH-FOXWORTH CO. " ( Incorporated January ist imo.j.) WINDOW GLASS A SPECIALTY ALL SIZES Doors, Sash, Moulding Finishing, Lime, Cement Etc. Your patronage CALL and GET PRICES GOOD RESOLUTION FOR 1906 HitSor.VBp: That we shall inspocl the largest and freshest lino of candy in town at the Top Notch Store before buying. Buster Hrown svrwl Tijfe :Gco. McCar$ar Prop; MARKET. ) rnuiNc oh-. CARE OF YOUR BAGGAGE. PROPRIETOR mmrzM Trade if. appreciated Tiicumcari, N. M, J? Warning Order In the District Court, Territory of New Mexico, County of Quay. Montgomery Hull, Plaintiff...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 20 January 1906

The Delinquent Tax List (Continued from page four ) H(y.io 20 1 39 07 60 2 16 4 22 47 03 20 70 '.2,3.4 26 1 85 09 Go 2 5. 7 26 47 oj 20 70 G 28 93 05 20 1 18 ".12 29 1 85 09 40 2 34 5' 32 1 85 09 40 2 34 9 3 93 05 20 1 18 5.6 37 1 85 09 40 2 34 3.4 5o 93 05 40 1 38 3.4 44 93 05 40 1 38 Buchanan Addition 3:4 1 93 05 40 1 38 9.io 1 93 05 40 1 38 4.5 2 93 05 .40 1 38 7.9. o 2 1 39 07 60 2 of) 2 93 05 40 1 38 ',2,3,9 3 1 85 09 80 2 74 3.5A7 4 1 5 09 Ho 2 74 3. 1 1.12 4 1 39 07 60 2 oG 4.5.6.7 5 1 85 09 80 2 74 8,9,10, 1 '12 5 2 32 i 1 00 4 44 2,3 f 1 39 07 60 2 oG 5.0.7.8.9 6 2 32 12 1 00 3 44 io.ii.i2 G 1 36 07 Go 2 of Precinct No. 2. Abeyta, Melquiaclcs, personal property horses and sheep, taxes 1 78, penalty 09 costs 35, total 2 22. Carmack, C G, personal property, horses and cattle, taxes 9 57, penalty 48, cosls 36 total 10 40. San lingo Garcia y Herrera, S2 of 1104 of se4, sec 31, twp 9 n, r 32 e, taxes 304 penalty 15, costs 35, total 3 54. Maywald, Mrs M L, personal property, Mors...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 20 January 1906

'TAIJVTED MOjWEy" FOH CHAOUTy An interesting story Is that of what is known ns the "Prescott Fund" of Prlnco William's parish, now parts ol Hampton and Beaufort counties, South Carolina. It seems that In the early part of the last century an old woman who lived alone in an isolated portion of what was then Beaufort District was on her deathbed, and sent for a lawyer to draw hr will to dispose of ths little hut and the few acres of land she had. After she had designated to whom these were to go the lawyer told her tnat to avoid any legal trouble over her will sho should insert a clause dis posing of whatever elso sho might have overlooked. Sho therefore desig nated that if there should be found anything else belonging to her undis posed of that it should be taken In charge of by a certain prominent citi zen of Gllllsonvllle as trusteo for the use of the white poor of Prlnco Wil liam's parish. Then she died. When the old woman's household ef THE LONG IIo, stralpht ahead o'er tho level...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 20 January 1906

FBOGrS OF COMMERCE RAISING THEM FOR MARKET A PROFITABLE PURSUIT. When From Two and a Half to Three Years Old They Are At Their Best As a Delicacy One Specie? Useful As a Weather Prophef. People who have marie the study of animals, especially water animals, a life work, know that the frog possesses almost as many peculiar characteris tics as a human being. Tho hull frog, the entahlo species, comes from the lakes and low lands of Pennsylvania, Maryland. Louisiana A Real Old "Bull.' and along the marshes of tho Great Lakes. It is said that there is more trouble and less money about a frog farm than there is about any other business. The better class of frog farmer has from two to six ponds where he breeds and raises his frogs. In this way he can keep tho frogs of different ages in riiffen nt ponds. Frog eggs are about the size of pin heads, and are laid in a slimy, jelly like substance that partially protects them. From 100 to SOO eggs are the spawn of a singlo female. The eggs hatch t...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 20 January 1906

' 4 T Tucumcari Laundry Dtilov & NVillhiliaui, Props, (Cnntinw-il ftotn pan.' sevcnleon ) li nil l Nw nwi sec- iS tv) u n r 3" c 40 acres taxes (S initially o. costs 35 Intnl 1 07. Ni nw.j sw. sw.j nw. sue 15 twp 11 r -s OOL Bar and Cafe OMfORTABLE u 120 acres; taxes 2 o.j punnlly to costs 3s total 2 I") Tie Delinquent Tax List. t coney island Ka sw. sw.i nw.j se.j sue 17 twp 11 n : II i Treatment Good, Good Wines, X X JAMES LANIGAN, - - Proprietor X Liquors and Cigars 1 A A A A AAA A A A A A A A A A AAA A AA A A AAA tf 4? 4? White Elephant Saloon. 1 Kentucky Whiskies, 49 49 4? 49 49 49 tf1 TRY THEM. A. B. DAVBER, PROP. I A. n. C.OLDIiNHIvKG. I'kks. -;. L. TAYLOK, Si n . I TUCUMCARI Water, Ice I Power Co. (INCORPORATED.) Every enterprising citizen should patronize a. local industry or Enterprise MWaer WE) ARK HJORK TO STAY, AND SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE. Ol'K RATES REASONABLE. II X THE PLAZA HOTEL MORGAN & GRUBBS. PROPS. Newly Renovated and Refurnished THE ONLY FIRST CLASS ROOM...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 27 January 1906

She ffueumeari tNews Volume i. No. 14. TUCUHCARI, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY. JAN. 27, igo6. Subscription $1.50 a year. GOVERNOR HAGERMAN INAUGURATED IS Ceremonies Attended by Promi nent People From all Parts of the Territory. TERM OF OFFICE BEGINS UN DER FAVORABLE CIR CUMSTANCES. Special Correspondence. On Tuesday, amid simple and impressive ceremonies, Herbert . Hagerman was inaugurated six teenth Governor of New Mexico. The ceremony took place in the chamber of the House of Repre sentatives, which was filled with the representative citizenship of the entire Territory. After subscribing to the oath, the newly inaugurated Governor delivered a short and effective ad dress, outlying in a general way, the principles which he de'red to apply during his administration. Although hindered by the unwont ed assistance of an interpreter, Governor Hagcrman spoke with an ease and dignity which charmed all that heard and made his hear ers forget his youthful presence in the mature exposition of his p...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 27 January 1906

THE TUGiniCAlU NEWS TUCUMCARI NEW MEXICO. A girl may weigh 200 pounds, and BtlH think of herself as n ray of sun- I shine In some fellow's life. ' It will be necessary, however, to reform football gradually. Otherwise, there might bo danger of a riot. I As between a battleship and a new bonnet there is some doubt as to which more quickly becomes obsolote. Christmas and a cold wave are both coming, but there should bo no cold wave for the children on Christmas day. It Is Bald there Is a scarcity of small bills. We have nlso noticed a scarcity of large bills, such as tho dol lar bill. There are several beautiful young ladles In Europe now building royal castles in Spain, who are sure to be disappointed, The bridegroom who tried to travel in his bride's trunk will probnbly 'never bo nblo to cut loose from her 'apron string. ' The captains and the kings are curious to know what Spain can pos sibly want to do with those rapid fire nuns lately bought. After reading the stirring account of...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 27 January 1906

3C 1 SLAVED LOtfELIftESS FOR WEALTH With Alaska furs valued at 525,000 from Nulato, on the Lower Yukrtn, Garrett Dusch lias arrived In Seattle after eight years spent In trafficking with the Indians In the wilderness which ho was the first whlto man to r-enotrato as a trader. When Mr. Dusch reached Nulato, Aug. 12, 1807, with a miner's outfit ns his solo pos session, ho foresaw In that gloomy solitude a trade In the furs which pro tect animal Hfo from arctic winters which would exceed In returns the reasonable possibilities of mining ven tures. Mr. Dusch settled down at the place where the little town of Nulato now stands. Ho built a one-story cabin with lumber which he sawed from the nalve timber and began to trade his minors' supplies to tho natives for the furs 'which they knew so well how to trap, but of whose value they had no conception. Through the first win ter ho lived alone, except when an oc casional squad of Tndlnn Wrappers came by and stopped In cuiislty to loam what ma...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 27 January 1906

DELINQUENT TAX LUST . Quav Countv, Ni:w Mknico. And Notice of Application for Judgment and Sale Under. Judgment for the First Half of Year 1905. In accordance with Chapter Twenty-two of the Laws of the Thirty-third Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico and amendments thereto, I, Donald 'Stew art, Treasurer and ox-olHcio Collector of the County of Quay, in the Territory of New Mexico, do hereby make, certify and publish the following notice and list of taxes amounting to not less than $.15.00, payable in said County, and delinquent on the 1st day of January, 190G, the same be ing hereafter set forth by precincts and con tainiiiL' the names cf all owners of property upon which taxes have become delinquent, the year or years for which the same are delinquent, the ajnount of taxes, the pen alties and costs, the description of the property whereon the same are due, the amount of taxes 'if any due on personal property of such party. This list and notice was not made and publ...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 27 January 1906

The Delinquent Tax List. (Continued from page four ) ,9,io 20 i 39 07 Go 2 iG I 22 47 03 20 70 1,2,3,4 2f 1 85 09 Go 2 5 7 2D 47 o.j 20 70 G 28 03 os 20 1 18 ii.ta 29 1 85 oy 40 2 3 5i 32 1 ik) 40 2 3 9 3" 03 05 20 1 18 ' 5.6 37 5 00 .1" 2 3 3.1 5" 93 05 f 3 3.1 H ' 93 05 4 1 3 Buchanan Addition 3M i 93 05 l 3 9.' 93 "5 .jo 1 38 1.5 93 05 -1 1 3 7.9. 10 2 1 30 07 fio 2 06 11.12 2 93 05 40 1 38 1.2,3,9 3 K5 "9 H 2 7 3.5.7 -1 5 09 So 2 7, 3, ".12 . 1 39 07 60 2 ofj 4.5.f.7 5 1 85 09 80 27 8,9, io, 11,12 5 2 32 v. 1 00 4 4 i2,3 o 1 39 07 00 2 00 5,6,7,8,9 6 2 32 12 1 00 3 44 10,11,12 f 1 30 07 Co 2 of Prkcinct No. 2. Abeyta, Melquiades, personal property, horses and sheep, taxes 1 78, penally 09, costs 35, total 2 22. Carmack, C G, personal property, horses and cattle, taxes 9 57, penalty .j8, costs 36, total 10 40. Santiago Garcia y Herrera, sa of ne4 of se4, sec 31, twp 9 n, r 32 e, taxes 304, penalty 15, costs 35, total 3 54. Maywald, Mrs M L, personal property, horses and cattle, t...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 27 January 1906

ELEVHAJVT SAVED THE Lena, tho biggest of tho perform lng elephants in Fairyland, now show ing at Paterson, N. J., Indulged both her maternal instinct and her sense of humor recently In a mannor which threw a large audience into panic. A tiny girl of three, unobserved by tho crowd, I'ad crawled beneath tho barrier and stood Just within the ring. So little was she thnt she was entirely out of range of the trainers in the center. But as she delightfully clap ped her baby hands at the marching nnd counter marching of the huge beasts tho watchful Lena saw and marked her, first, for removal from harm's way, and, second, for the nec essary maternal discipline, which should prevent a recurrence of tho danger. Lena's small eyes twinkled with amusement as, leading her fellows, she approached tho venturesome baby for the second time. The llttlo one looked up into her face with an en chanting smile, but the elephant nev er hesitated. She shot out her trunk, wreathed it about the child's body an...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 27 January 1906

QVEEH FASHIONS Iff AFRICA Recently the British public received some late fashion hints from the upper Nile, a returned explorer re porting as follows: "The largest tribe In extent of distribution Is the Acholl, which covers the greater part uf the country between the Latuka mountains and t ho Victoria Nile. They are a fine, tall, well built race, and they live in open villages, as a rule; their arms are chiefly spears and they spend a good dual of their time in the pursuit of game; they practically wear no clothes at all, except a small piece of skin as an apron or hung over one shoulder. Married women wear sometimes a small apron made of beads. The men and women also are fond of wearing a crystal or glass spike, about three inches long, in the lower Hp. Young men are generally very smartly turned out, wearing brightly polished metal rings on their arms and legs, also u peculiar little conical cap made of felted hu man hair, ornamented with beads of ODE TO VfISVSP2CIOS TIG When I pe...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 27 January 1906

The Delinquent Tax List. Tuaimtiiri Laundry ( Dtiley, Prop, Bar and Cafe (IMPORTABLE onev sand (Continuud from pau scvontuun.) Nw. nw.j sue IS twp ii n r ,Q o .o acies taxus f8 punalty o.j costs 35 total i 07. Na nv. sw.j w. nw. st:o 15 twp 11 11 r .15 e 120 acrus; taxus 1 o. penalty 10 costs 35 total 2 !). E2 sw.) sv. 11 w.j si!. sue 17 twp 11 n t t x I 1 1 JAMES LANIGAN, Treatment Good, Good Wines, Liquors and Cigars, Proprietor WO .rfO 0 JQ J o -u -o J J iJ o o o o o o o -o -o o wo o WO o -3 I White Elephant Saloon. '& 89 ? 49 Kentucky Whiskies, -TRY THEM. 2)1 PROP. jj A. B. DAUBER, A. D. GOLDIiNLHiKG, 1'uus. Ii. L. TAYLOH, Si'i'T. TUCUMCARI Water, Ice I Power Co (INCORPORATED.) Every enterprising citizen should patronize a. local industry or nmV.rprisi. mimmr WE ARE H3CRE TO STAY, AND SOLICIT " YOUR PATRON AGIO. - OUR RATES REASONABLE. X THE PLAZA HOTEL a MORGAN & GRUBBS. Props. Newly Renovated and Refurnished THE ONLY FIRST CLASS ROOMS IN THE CITY. PATRONIZED BY THOSE W...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 3 February 1906

She Sueumeari Views Volume i. No. 15. TUCUHCARI, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY. FEB. 3, 1906. Subscription $1.50 a year. QUAY COUNTY DEVELOP ING RAPIDLY Crops a.nd Orchards Show Very Good Progress. SHEEP INDUSTRY ATTRACTIVE Many Settlers Filing on Land or Pur chasing Patented Claims. (Santa I?u New Mexican, 5 1 1 1 ult.) MvyC. Mechem, district attorney lor Quay and Guadalupe Coun- ties, .and M. 13. Goldenberg, of the M. 13. Goldenberg Company, Tu- cumcari, a successlul sheep raiser and one 01 the most progressive citizens of eastern New Mexico, were among the many who came to tlit Capital City to attend the in augural ceremonies. They re mained until today and I -It at noon, via the Santa Fe Central for their homes. Mr. Uoldenberg lias been a resi dent of Tucumcari and vicinity for over twenty years and is one of the prominent pioneers of that sec tion. When seen by a New Mex ican reporter at the Claire last night, he said: Well, I'm pretty enthusiastic over the prospects of Tucumcari and vi...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 3 February 1906

Progress with Durum Wheat Climatic changes hnvc not yet i heon studied long enough to know j whether durum can ho successfully j grown in nil parts of Colorado sen won after season. The present season i reports from thirty of the fifty-nlno counties of the state show very satis- i factory harvest reports. This being I in a mensure a drouth resisting wheat will mature a crop where moisture content of soil is not. sufll- ( cient to mature soft wheats. Of course this wheat must have i some moisture, but what the mini mum amount is, in our climate, Is yet ! to bo determined. We have instances j this season where wheat has been 1 made with a crop suason rainfall be low the normal, although most sec- j tions of the state, this year, show more than the average crop season rainfall. The agronomy department of the Colorado Experiment Stution pro poses to continue its experiments to see just how far out on our semi-arid lands this wheat can bo sown with reasonable assurance of a harvest, seas...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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