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March 1, 1906

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I iii i i iiii I SAGUACHE For Smut ~ .~ ALL OVl~R TH ~, ~a ~o . x~ MIleAGE. : Jt Thoprevalence of smut in -- - :-~ 0ats~ia~lOb~rado calls for The wind this year starts in ctfii()~a:,~ pg~'ot grain growers of early, we also lmpe it will stop early. We o~ can very well do without i~. :. W. D, Davidron went to~ brininess Monday. A number here are plant as Its host. spring work now, from a spore which corres The attachment sam hera Tuesday did not bring as much aa they eh0uld ap le grain xs there were but a very few pe)ple/ay~ent, little grain plant 9Jd,~a uv Withfn the Sam Warrant seems to want to~'.g~l~ . ,~:,, After entering the stem there things this year as he purchased theld ' -" rocking ohmr. Wxall Sam we h0p~ ~:~ ~kl~ will let us have us,~ of the rocker oa~.iff a while .............. :~4 Finis Edwards r~turnod ds~ from his visit here. from Rite Alto Mter John Nmdhardt returned from a trip to Poncha Spring% g. A. Johnson and family ann their neighbors spent a bursday at the homo of, in houor of Mr. Tumor's for Cripple Creek danced until a late Ned Lockett of on business Saturday, Chas, Warrant came last Saturday on a The ripen on the due, the crop from a field smut is by the th fleeted fold. plan is to from your of formalin to 'rod Wheat. Formali ~me for at~r aolutmn. tiO per cent is spores. It reqmres on nce~o~:e~:ery fl ve,btlshels ~hould not fail to delight the dmcrimmatin is entitled MMn' Currents of Th(m thc Nmeteeoth Century and h~s been prepared by Prof. Hobart M~ Seldom i[ ever have we come so brilliant or tion of the master movements oentury, in the mental and moral ~orlds, M i~ here given by Prof, K~r hterary feature of the~ first: bsaoms very popular is the book or extended critic.el reviews prepared, by Mr. Flower. In this issue by Alfred Stead, and the Defeat by William Armstrong, afford ad. mirable examples of intelligent yet sym- pathetic crttiaism which is as informing as it is interesting. The story of the month iaapleasing and very humaa sketoh entitled, Whoa Oochrau Q~it by Wilmatte Porter Cockerell. Among the leading essays are the fol- lowing, The Smelter Trust by Hen, J.i Warner MillS, a paper in whmh the dis | tinguished legal authority uses this trm a~ a typical example of the. evils of the great monopolies time-- evils more wa ing'governme~t a~td ,it ple; by Menace c Ph ill| by ~e March of Direct Legislation, by Igltweed kle again, k~nel is wet ~h ~ba ~ohltion. When you ha~ 0oflapl~teCt~he li~gprooe~s,~ploce th9 grin in a cent pile a~nd ~ove~ ~wt~h gunny sacks, ~tc, The'smut that the damage lies just under the the oats or on the basal hairs of wheat. Coveriqfl the treated grain the gas from the formalin w~thin pile, whvn ~t comes i~ contact with l kernels kdlmg such ~Imut spores as h~tvg.~.urr~ved%~ ~ p~ious le~J pilo 210 4 hours, spread it out i wl~r~lho wind can blow over it, to i and dry us rapidly as possible. lag presentation of e~gniflcant events~ from All with I vance will find the Arena SOHOOL NOTI~S. "" " Followmg is the ro~rt of th0 Grove school for the mouth 23, 1906: No. of pupils enrolled 29. taught 20. No, of t~ ago daily pils neither month: Marg~ Davi- ann, George Humphrys Paul LeMarr, Pearl Davtatm, Harry Hell.or, Florence Davison Mare, Dewey phrys, New pupils enrolled during the Notice of Annual Meeting. The stookholdem of the Kansas City Gold andOopper Mining and MiLlinl~ company, Noti~ is hereby given that the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Ken- the 17th of January to the 15th of March A. D. 1906, and will ba held at the office of said Co. at the town of Liberty,county of Ssguacho, state of Colorado, on the fifteenth (15) day of March, A. D. 1906, at 8 o'clock p. abotwthb~. year and for the. transaction of other No. of days' expensive, takes bur's few hours to treat of graiu and el- and copper or blue ~notreatmsnt ie valuable in killing emut, the~formalin treatment can be ed as a sure and ready means of killing United 8tales mmateP~ntly" Senator Jo~ph Bailey of Texu paid