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$he Hwurmari Views The Tuctimcari News THE LEADING PAPER OF.QUAY COUNTY CIHCUI.A TION. I. SOU WI.'IKI V The Tucumcari New BEST EQUIPPED .Mil! HOOMS IN Villi SOI) I II W II ST And Tucumcari 'l imes Vol utne 5. No. J7 TUClinCAkl, NI:W MI2MU). SA'IUWDAY Jl'NI: jo. 1008. Subscription $1,00 a year rC EDITORIAL COMMENTS X Tin editor ol tin 'Tuciimcuri News don't believe in the govern ment ownership ol anything other than llitit which is authoii.ed bv constitutional provision, and wv be lirvt il the postal system were own eel hv private individuals a deficit could Ik avoided and the people given a better service. We don't In-lieve in the principle ol govern ineiit competition with individual capital in industrial development ol any character. It threatens the the verv tile o( the nation. The line ol demarcation a applied to public utilities might rnuge from a brood ol Miuorcas to a railway system. It appeals to us that it is exactly contrary to the theory that nu individual should have, own and control, under governmental super vision, whatever his brain and muscle produces. There is sat 111 cieut centralization ol government under the constitution to guarantee the perpetuation of the I'tnon, while the uovernuient ownership theory can result in nothing else than imperial tyianny. GOVERNOR CURRY WANTS REDUCED RATE. Governor Curry is trvin hard to secure an increase ol assess ment in New Mexico counties, and promises a gradual decrease 111 tin tax rate, (t certainly looks bettei to the average investor to have a laii valuation and a low tax rate, rather than a very low valuation and n Inch tax rate. The valuation nlwavs has to be explained; tin tax rate doesn't - Kl Paso Herald. The Tucutncari News approve the maulv elluri. It would be a much belter policv to have a tine showing 'in assessment and a lowei rate ol taxation. The tax rate is among the first things askt d about bv the prospective investor. It is difficult to explain that low rate assessments are responsible loi the high rate ol taxation: those not acquainted with the situation in the territory consider the rate almost prohibitive. The present plait is ptst the reverse ol the cor teet one and the change should be made. NEW MEXICO DEMOCRATS ADOPT PLATFORM The platloim upon which tin democrats ol New Mexico will make their campaign this year and upon which O. A. Larra.nlo will HO belore the people lor the lung est campaign ever attempted in tins territory is an interesting document and one which is worth rt-ading carelully at least 0110 whether the reader be a republican, a democrat, a Kane, lollower or just an olhcer. Whatever the result ol the campaign, the platlorm adopted at the Uoswell conventio'i is very likely to play ait important part in it, and it is therelore print t-d 111 lull below: We tin- democrats 01 i-w ixtcx- ico, in delegate convention ussenih led at Uoswell, again renew out pledge ol allegiance to those fund utnenial princiiiies 01 democracy as originally enunciated by our hrst great leader, Thomas leffersou, I'hiel among which is contained in the maxim, "Kiial rights to rrll, special privileges to none." We believe this maxim, rightly applied, is capable ol sol vine, all the ureal questions which are nm agitating the minds ol the Anient . in people, the reform of the- tariff, the sup pression of the trusts, tilt- regula tion of the railroads and the atti tude of our government towards imperialism. We recognize that the democracy ol the United States has today and hereby pledge our represeitta- cranial radiance, and Mr. Larra many tried and trusted leaders, any tives in the next legislature to work .0a who shows up prominently in one of whom would worthily fill the I and vote lor such a law. the several paragraphs, is a sweet office of chief magistrate of this; We Imlieve that all county olli-1 singer from Israel, when allowed grent nation, but we cannot fail to curs should be paid fixed salaries j t0 write his own music. Hut can recognize the further fnct that there ' instead ol fees or commission, loi 1 dully, abuse is not argument and is one democratic leader, who, ' all services required ol them by the the llagrant disregard ol truth is aboxe all others, has identified government. not going to lay up any treasures himself with all ol the reforms now , We condemn the policy of the j where moth and rust doth not cor demanded by our party and who federal government in prohibiting rupt. 'This is the sort ol political has endeared himself to every be- tin- Iree grazing ol livestock in the literature that makes republicans liever in democratic principles and forest reserves ol the territory, as out ol consistent and conservative whose very name, 01 itself, consn- unwarranted and arbitrary: such democrats and socialists and sta tutes a platform upon which the democracy ol this nation could well stand in the coming campaign -111 other words we believe the noun- nation ol William Jennings Hryan Iiv tin: democratic convention ai IJcnxer is demanded by every con- niderntion ol political principle and party policy. Therefore, be it resolved that the delegates to be selected by this convention to represent the dem pcracy ol New Mexico at the dem - ocratic national convention to be filiations does not 111 nm manner held at Dtuxcr on ul ;ih, iuoS, intctlcre with tin iiop.i nn- anil be and they hereby are , nistiucteil protection ol tin tniibet ct iv mv to vote loi Willi, 1111 leiuiings Itt v- tin rein ami we pledge the Pest el an us the candidate ol out party lor lort 'il our undulate lot delegate the presidency ol the I lilted States to ougtcss to serine the lenioval as loan as Ins name is before tin- of pi-duingc 1 harges, convention. ',. tec-ngnia- that under an act Public office is a public trust and congress, the inleistate rm. no man is worthy ol an office cith- .rCl. commission has complete er elective or appointive, who does jurisdiction to regulate rates to be not appieciate the obligation he is charged bv common miners doing under, not alone to Ins party, but to bimncss in New Mexico. We the whole people, whom he serves, , to laithlullv and impartially discharge all ol his official duties; and we condemn the republican party ol tins territory lor its disre- gaid ol this principle, for its nial- .nlniinistratioii, cot r option and ting rule, except lor that briel per- uil ol time diiriiiK which one chu-l executive ol the territory was en deavoring to adhere to and carry out some ol the principles ol gov- rntnent we aUvocate.'anil endorse, 1 and which elforts resulted in his removal Irom ollice by a republican president. t We call tin- attention ol the exe-1 cutive and ol the indicia! depart-' muuts, and ol the people ol tins territory generally, to the many open, shameful and defiant frauds and violations ol our election laws that have disgraced our public elections in tins territory in tin- past, and notably at the last genet- .il election. It was conclusively proved by legal and competent evi- eiict and was not dented that in the coal camps ol Coliax county the polls wete established by the order ol the commtssioneis ol the saitl county on the private lauds ol the respective companies owning and operating coal mines: that the managers ol said companies arbit rarily lelused to allow any detu- uctats to be iiri-settt at tin: pulls in I aid coal camps on election dux : that ill some ot said coal camps democrats challengers wete sun- ici'ted to indignities and louibh ejected Irom said camps bv deputy slu-tiffs actiuu under insttm nous Hum the managers ol said com panies, that the ballot boxes une -liilhd and tin legisttaiton and poll Pooks we lv padded and hun dred ol totclullfis Wete i Olltpelb d to vote the republican ticket under threats ol dischatge W- call at tention to the Isu.t that these aim trut acts have been coiiiiuuously ptactued 111 Collax i.ounty lot the past eighl yeats until llu-v have tipeiied into an established sytem. The undisputed recmd ol tin county ol aieucia in elei lion 111. it lets lot the past ipi.ith 1 ol a cen tury has been a stigma ami a te piuiu h upon the tan name ol New Mexico. It is a ptoveii and estab lished lact ami it is not even n -qiuted that the voters should go to the polls in that louutv, but that the Olliceis ol the election bo.lld cast tin; ballots lor all tin- absen tees, while 111 some tustain.es tin: registration lusts are copied into the poll books 111 strict alphabetical older. At the last election 111 this count and 111 Torrance county, republican ballots were substituted 111 place ol democratu 1 ballots act- ttally cast, and 111 on i'tei.1111 1 in the latter county tin indges.ilelec - tion openly relused to pel mil any democratic ballots tu be cast. I he luregoing instances are but a lew ol the manv open and deh.int violations ol our election laws and it is humiliating to be compelled to acknowledge that with the single exception ol Mr. Prank W. Clam v district attorney of tin second pi dicial, district, no action has ever been taken by any repiililican olh rial, national or territorial, 16 stop these abuses or to punish tin- ol lenders. We demand, and tl entrusted with the power, we pledge oursel ves to a strict enforcement of the election laws by the courts and prosecuting officers. "We are heartily in favor of the nomination of all party candidates ! by a direct vote ol the people at , pi unary elections held for that pur pose under the sanction ol the law policy tends to injure and destroy the interests ot many small live stock raisers and may create a monopoly ol that imlust 1 by the very lew wealthy oxvuers ol sheep ami came. 1 tie conservation 01 our tinnier in such reserves and the wise regulation ot its use in order to prevent its waste and destruc - , tion, is a commendable, economic measure, nut the tree use ol the lands in such reserves lor the graz- jintf of Iiv. mock under suitable re eharg that in numerous instances vm-h rates are not only exclusive lin, exorbitant but gross injustice is done thiotigh discrimination. v therelore lavor the creation ol n , ommisston bv legislative enact - mint whose duty it shall be to in vettii!:ite the facilities lunushed. rates and discontinuation and where iuiustice is being done any citi.cti or rommiiuity, present sucn gricv- nines to tne interstate roinuierce commission lor adinsttneiit. The rommission so to In rte.ited should ,L. composed til iiers. ns uletiiiln d with the principal commercial and industrial interests ol the terntorv ..,,,1 lunds should be tirovideil mat every citizen or locality mav obtain inst treatment from common carriers at public expense. We favor and demand th minus sioti ol New Mexico into the union as a state, b'or about tw !m v.us the president and both housi s of congress of the United States havi been dominated by tin r publican XX M. It I XI I ViXUMil -n 1 III MM ' "I It 1 k party and during all that time the people ol New Mexico have been lieeeiue and nravmg loi statehood. , our appeals have been 111 vain. 1 x , iu.reiore charge tnat an dec. 1 aratOIS 0f the national republi - nartv m (mor ol mati-hond lor New Mexico are not sincere, Put ......1,. iot .1,,. ouroose ol inllueiu inn territorial elections, and we n gn t billy express it as our ptolouud conviction that New Mexico will m-ver obtain statehood except at the hands ol a national democratic administration. - Alb 11 11 - r t tie lournal. And this is the harangue ol the resolutions and platformcommittei of the Territorial democratic con vention at Uoswell last week. Meally a basic analysis of tins di-m ocratic elfulgi.-nce sounds like medley of Tom Watson's Magazine editorials and the Kansas Girard Appeal. 'The rotundity ol charges ol malfeasance in office and heinous crimes against the terntotial te publican officials, is well dcst-mug ol democratic ellort; there is no sluno retrogradatiou in dt-mocratu nrclnsts out of the discontented-1 , restless element of that grand old ! j comedy of errors. Mr. Larra.ola! is not going to make much capital out ol the parade o' his sell con stunted election Irnuds winch he claims to have been the cause of his defeat for delegate to congress , two years ago. The people believe his deleat to have resulted from the lack ol a sufficient number ol votes and not Irom any rascality of the rcpublicnn party. The Albutpier .pn Sun, tin lieu ilelllOi tllle (hilly dot . not speak ol tin- lint in' hi ui tin Unwell Minw ntmn with the Instate Kflgbsll lined In other apostles 01 the doctrine ami iituhi the headillK ol "CreMlnllcn Dclti 111 rae is at 1 1 time,' "A lar dillereiii looking set ol men -one luck than wuttolhe ronvetitioti. I'ln v went, -aw a lot! ol thnus, ami did not compn r auv tiling worth talking abom ,-, 1 il..... . . ... 1 in grano out man 01 our my, r. I'i riiiisiti, was ileleated lor tin- honors he held so long, j Lost Uiver Lodge No. 00$, II. "Albmpieriue, the iiietrotMjh ol 1 ol I.. P. and K. will give a ball at the territory, alter being swept bv tin Skalin rink on the evening of Demoitacv last spring, was kixhii Thursday, une 25th lor the beiu the cold shoulder. The onh ilfU- fit ol old and disabled railway em j Kate seleeted I rout thi eitv was stt ipped ol even a full vote. There is .1 reason whispered about the , Miecl today, explaining it all. 1 " hatmonv we heard so much ' about was purely theoretical The 'Uoswell crowd told the lPiupir r- oilcans to go bark and sit down. I hev accused tin- leaders ol retire- I -tenting a split iJemnuiacy and the new ol the recent pri imries was a continual source ol talk and annoy ance to out trusties. "It does not pay to deal-with a people as the rank and Hie wen handled by our very lurjje super iors. " I'ln- handwriting is on the wall. "I'lle dt legates to the U.-in-'ur.ratic convention from the west I . in side ol New Mexico returned ' uist night on the cut off ttam (rem the I'eios Valley, wta and worn. 1 In timraiv lor a t r 1 , through San 1 11. in oiinu was jinp'i ted t stt rdav .intl tin Ditnoirati' an lulud will probably maki otn ol his ttrst long northwest." trips through tin OPEN AIR PALACE SOLD 1 r. . nine.N uvvnersnip I tits Week Is Bought Uy Local Talent On last Wednesday tin- Opt 11 Air I'.ilac. , receiith built by a I alhatl company , was purchased bx Messrs. Coulter, iieinng and Pillow, all of this citv, who im mediately assumed control and since then have been giving two performances each evening ol some ol the best pictures ever shown 111 the territory. The present management will commence at once the erection ol aia stage which is to be covert d overhead and provided with suita hie diessing rooms and all the necessary accommodations f o r hrst-class vaudeville performances which 'hey expect tu book tor the summer and tall season, and they assure the public that every effort will be made to secure the best available talent and to give ilium performances ot this clash that will surpass anything heretofore pre sented belote the Tucumcari pub lic. The management will be glad to co-operas, with any of the church societies, lodges, etc. in giving benefit entertainments. This will attoid an excellent opportunity to societies wishing to provide an evening's amusement at a nominal cost and at the same time help them 10 realize a neat sum. Tiny blither anticipate being instrumental in having an opera house erected here ill the tall and in tins manner will make theii show a permanent fixture 111 this, city, Coulter, Herring and Messrs. Pillow, the new owners, have re sided in this city lor several years, and are all young men ol sterling qualities, and have the best wishes ot the community lor their success, 4 TAFT'S NOMINATION UNANIMOUS Spi 1 1 a I to I In i w ed as Pillow 'I all, , n h U'm-) i It. i I utal, dm anu. III., I tint in as follows Sheruiati, Mid , , v . r tUi, ployes, hlabotate preparations are beint; made lor same. The first ball given by Lost Uiver Lodge this seaon proved tpiite a success, ami as this, their second, is lor a lar mon deserving cause, it is m-edless to s,i that its suc cess will exceed tin former. It will be a shirtwaist ball. .J u d c Saxons Court. Territory vs. uan Mix-era charge assault and buttery. Tried, con victed. Iin-d 33.00 and cost, an appeal was taken. TemtoM v. ohn Toler, charge assault with deadly weapon, case sent to grand piry. Citv ol Tucumcari vs. . C. Winn charge, dt link and disorderly. I'lea of guilty, lined 5.00 and 1 ut- (it ol ruiiimcari vs. S. A. Short, chargi. drunk and disorder l Pi. a ol guiltv, fined 5.00 and C I'jtS i 1 ! i' sini s r Serious Rumxwivy Accident Last week Mrs. I fart x Ht-nsou, het daughtei Poiothv, a child 12 i ars old, and her niece, were re turning Irom town in the buggy anil as thex n-adicd the corner op pnsite the Ixhiilmnu residence on Second sttei-t the horse became Itightmcd and began kicking and hinging ami mrm-d east on Laugh bn st., throwing Mrs. Ht-nson, her daughter and niece out ol the bug gy. Tln-v sustained many minor cuts and bruises and Mrs. Hetisciu was thought to be seriously hurt lor a time but is now out ol danger and rapidly recovering. The niece and little Dorothy are getting along nicelv. City Marshal Hensnn had been driving the horse lor several weeks and thought him to be en tirely dependable. The buggy came out ol the wreck looking like a cyclone had struck it ami it xvas worth hall the price ol the vihtcle to renair it. Hroncho horses arc l way In-low mr now in Henson's estimation. Crystal Benefit. 'The moving picture exhibit at the Crystal tor the benefit of the Home Mission society of the Meth odist church xvas in every sense a splendid entertainment as the two large houses fully attested. Mr. and Mrs. May gax'e a fine program and the specials were xvell received, especially the number "A Little Child Shall Lead Them" and the solos by babe Kvelyn Kent nor who shows remarkable talent in one so young. Tucumcari and Dalhart Games. uwnig to tne Humility 01 tne N( ws to secure the official score it is impossible to give a detailed 1 account of the Dalhart games, but ' from all accounts the Tucumcari team did good work and ueserve credit for breaking even. Tucum ctri lost Saturdays game by a score I of 3 to 2 and xvon Sundays by 1 score of g to 5, Chnaipi. III., I une to. The first regular ballot alter the nominations result l.alMilh ttt , as boraker. id. Cannon, 'u. Fairbanks, 40, Knox, 8j lliiKhen, o, o. lames Schoolcralt Sherman was nominated on the first bnllot. The vote was ()o. (iuilil of Massat husetts, 7s-. Kx-Ciov. Murphy ol New lersey, 77. Saints John Day to be Observed Business Men's League Meet. by Masons. rhutl, wjn n tl)l.t.ljlu, 0, . According to an established cus-j Husiness Men's League at the torn ol the Mosonic fraternity, Tu-! court house Monday night a t 8 cumcari Lodge No. 77 A. I'. At A ! o'clock and every member is re M. will observe Wednesday une tpiested to be present as there are 24th 111 memory of St. ohn the j many things ol importance to be Uaptist and St. John the Uvange-1 talked about and a number ol list, two eminent patrons of the or- der. The lodge will meet at Ma sonic hall at 7. 30 p. 111. and march to tin Baptist church where the services will commence at S o'clock: at the close of the services at the Hunch the members ol the order .vill return to their hall xvh-re they will be entertained by the Ladies of the Eastern Star. All Masons are reguested to be profient, and the public is invited to attend the f-rvices at the church. Warner II. Do Hose, master of cetemonies. Southwestern Makes Chanfe in lis Name. A circular ptst issued announces that what has heretofore been known as the Kl I'aso it Southwest ern system will in the future h called the lil I'aso & Southwestern company, and employes and others are instructed to recognize it as such. This corporation will em brace the Kl I'aso & Southwestern itulroad compaiic of Texas: the Kl I'aso A: Northeastern railroad com- I panv, the Kl Paso A: Northwestern I rrtlroad compinv, Mainogordo Ac 1 j Sin taiiieiito Mountain tailwav com ipau; I I Paso a: Mock Island rail 1 wax- company, and the Dawson ! tailwav company. ! M..in n.lrt, in n.... , ""- ! Mnswell. N. M., I line 11. The I Ni w Mexico Democrats elected as 1 national committeeman A. . joncs, lot Las Vegas, and the following !dei gates to the convention at Den I Vet . II. l nst. Kin AtriPa county, Manuel Garcia. Santa !V: Sum mers Hutkhari, Heiuab'lo: (has. Mall. Valencia; W. H. Walton, .Grant: Mchton Torres, Socono: Kiigein- Miiinero, Mora: lohn Mor low, Cult. ix: i Mi.'hardson: Chaves, lohn II Harrjs. Moose xelt II. Ilmlspeili, Lituolu: I b. What ton. Otero. j Picnic at Hlue Holes. I'ln- Haptist Siuida -i hool en ! o.i'il a it-al old I ishion.-d picnic al the Hllle V.llel holes oil Wed ' IlidaX'. The eioivd Wi'llt out III wagons taking wiih them baskets oik" "I tilings to eat, and even ; j though tin-sand bb-w into all those! I good things, the children 11ml voting people t moved It never less. It is delightlullvcnol and refresh ing at the Him- holes after tin- heat and dust ol the town. Tttcumcivri's Piny Houses Well Patronized. The programs at the different places ol amusement this week were good, and drew well filled houses, At the Crystal, Miss Kdua Mhodes dt lighted the audience with an In- dian specialty, Uedwing" in which she appeared in the costume ol an Indian squaw. Her singing was line. uauy liveiyn iximiner and Lena Pierce are great favorites at the Crystal in their song and dance sketch. The Air Dome gave ! good performances and from the applause must have delighted their audiences. The singing ol Miss Phillipson nt the L ric is tpiite a drawing card, She is a fine soloist, and the crowded houses show that Tucum cari loves good singing. The Presbyterian Church Services next Sunday. Sunday school to a. m.: morning service 11 a, in.; evening service 8 p. in. You art- cordially invited to all the services of this church. Warner II. Duliose, Pastor. House Numbering Notice. lo all Oxynersi-IW call .at City Hall in J. R. Daughtry s in- surance ollice on Main street, Monday nnd Tuesday, June 32-33, and get your number from D. J. Abet. Price 30c and 40c. Furnish lot and block number. The third quarterly conference of San Jon charge, M. K. Church, south, xvill be held at San Jon on Saturday and Sunday, June 30th and 3tst. "Children's Dav" ser vice will be held Sunday June 38th at 10 a. m, Huilding committee will meet at 3 p.m. Saturday 30th. J. W. Campbell, P. C. a things that must be done V. W. Miiokt:. President. Hx H. II. MiKi.uov, Secretary. Join, Home Circle No. 1, ol the Home Relief Association ol New Mexico, and get 1000,00 protec tion at absolute cost by paying $1 on death of each member. See G. A. Gamble, room 5, Simpson building post ollice box 461. 37 it. Mr. and Mrs. ludge K. K. Sax on wete entertained last Sunday at (dinner by Mrs. Dr. Mucker. Mrs. I Saxon left Wednesday for a trip ' to points in Arkansas, Louisiana laud other states and will be gone lor three months. Lawrence McCarty is putting on the famous old play Damon and Pythias at Daxvson the 27th inst. This play is McCarty's specialty and he makes more out of it than most of the companies on the road. He plays Damon to perfection. Mr. and Mrs. . H. Kady were callers at the News office Thurs day. Mr. Kady has made final commutation proof on Ins claim near Logan, N. M. and will make rucitmcari Ins home in the future. We are glad to welcome such good citizens to our town. Dr. N. J. Smith and son Hen. lones county, I exas, are in the citv on a visit t to Mrs. P. Wer- theim who is an aunt of tin- doc tor. Hen atttjiubid the Uaptist Sunday school picnic Wednesday, and declares that "Tucumcari is all right." . P. Nelson, ol Harancas is in the citv today as a witness for W. L. Lax cock who is making final proof before Probate Clerk Dono- jhoo. Mr. Laycock says that in I his immediate locality there has , been no rain for 05 days, yet his torn is growing and looks well. letter received Thursday by Mrs. Mucker from Dr. Mucker who , is in I logo, Okla., states that it (has rained there every day lot ni'ite than a month: that business 'is at a stand still, the streets full I ol water,' and while he was writing it was pouring down rain. Miss Klizalieth Hedgepeth of Phoenix, Ariz, who is n sistui ol John Hedgepeth ol this citv, and v. oel Hedgepeth of Carlsbad, N M. js visiting in the citv lor a , f,.w ilavs. l.ronl si. w:ii o to Carlsbad to spend sometime with Uev. Hedgepeth. C. H. Cooper who lives south of the toxvustte, brought to this office a branch ol a blackberry bush about 3 feet long that had some thing like 500 berries on it. He informed the News that the vine had had no irrigation this year. About half of the berries are ripe, This is the first blackberries we have seen grown 011 the plains country without irrigation. I Hl.v j, j;, Sherxvood and wile ol pariS) Tt.xas, parents of Mrs. C. h. pnrrhm;m n.,.l t. 1? i,..,...,..i of this citv, arrived Tuesday even ing, and will spend the summer here. Uev. Sherwood is a mem ber of the north Texas conference, M. K. church, south, nnd has been an 'itinerant preacher for 37 years, 30 years of which he has been a member of the north Texas, and 7 years the Oklahoma conference. Mrs, Mary Elizabeth Davis, sis ter of Mrs. S. V. Williams of this city, died at an enrly hour yester day and was buried in Tucumcari cemetery at 6 p. m. Rev. J. W. Campbell conducting the service at the grave. "Aunt Hetty," as she was known by her friends, came to Tuctimcari from Vinita, Okla., with the family ol Mr. Wil barns, the grocerman, about a year ago. Albert Dallinger returned Fri day of last week from Mineola. j Kantl8t wht!ro hu had , ; pn8t threu mon,h8 workin'K at carpenter's trade. He savs the crops are good ant wheat in par ticular, in many places making as high ns twenty bushels per acre. Oin farm in the vicinity of Mineo la of 3,800 acres will, they claim, Tmh rrrr wan rtitt it n!l. ....... MvW H1 1 W Wl had !een plowed very deep witfc it steam plow. The secret of ; ccssful farming in the Houttrwvt seems to be deep plowtRK mu! planting for small grain, anil wfch other producu skalhtw MiUiVftiiitfu 1 m. 1 nrruinir iiihi:iiihh Diivr wwaim un . . -'