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made from one tract of land at Toyah, Texas, last year, produced 12 tons to the acre.
present crop, on the sains tract this year, stands 32 inches high and not yet in bloom,
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Irrigated From Artesian Well at Toyah
GRAPES GROWING IN TOYAH IR
RIGATED WITH ARTESIAN WATER.
Own a Developed Tract
Land We Have These Tracts
El Paso people, who attend
ed the El Paso Fair last faU.
were struck with the splendid,
disxDlay from the Toyah coun
try. Depending, as they do, on
artesian water for irrigating
purposes, farmers in the Toyah
country can count to a certain
ty on never-failing crops.
Toyah Country Irrigated
i For Sale from 5 acres up
The lands we offer are in the great artesian belt.
They are rich, irrigable, valley lands in and around the
town of Toyah. 'Toyah itself is a thriving city of over a
thousand inhabitants. It has been proven beyond the
shadow of a doubt that artesian irrigated lands are one
of the best investments you can possibly make. We
shall be glad to give you full information regarding the
possibilities of lands v fll T-calh country. , Don't de
lay! See us at once!
ARTESIAN WELL ONE MILE NORTH OF TOYAH. THIS
WELL WILL IRRIGATE 240 ACRES. DEPTH 636 FEET, 6-
SOME OF THE CORN RAISED AT TOYAH, TEXAS,
IRRIGATED FROM A RTESIAN WELL.
The accompanying il
lustrations are taken
froni section irrigated
with artesian writer,
near Toyah, Texus. We
have lands similar to
these at low prices, easy
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SAMPLE OF VEGE1ABLES FROM A GARDEN AT TOYaH,
IRRIGATED WITH ARTESIAN WATER.
If you have o verlooked up to now taking advantage of the opportuni
ties offered by the Southwestern country, don't overlook this one. We are
now offering developed tracts of artesian-irrigated land in the Toyah coun
try and they can't last long at present prices.
Diversity of Crops
, Of 'course, the king of all hay crops is alfalfa. There
will never be an overproduction, and the present prices
will never be lowered. However, in the Toyah country
alfalfa is only one of the many paying crops possible
from' artesian-irrigated land. Fruits and vegetables
thrive. Eocky Ford canteloupes from the Toyah coun
try are the finest on earth. Cotton and corn are also
paying crops. Don't delay! See us at once about a
tract in the Toyah country!
UITE 8 STEVENS BUILDING
Bell Telephone 265
Big League Baseball
S atur day's Results
Pittsburg-Chicago game postponed; rain.
At St. Louis
Cincinnati-St. Louis game postponed; wet grounds.
At Brooklyn Hlnninsrs B. H. E.
"Rnsfcrm - , '
Batteries: Boston, Frock ami Graham; Brooklyn, Becker and Bergen.
Umpires Johnstone and. ZHoran.
R. H. E.
At New YoriL Ba innings-
Batteries: Philadelphia, 3Ioore, Iaroney and Dooin; Xew York, Marquard,
Wlltze and Meyers.
Umpires Rigley and Emslie.
At Detroit innings R. H. E.
Detroit 1 ,
Batteries :Chicago, Scott and Olmstead; -Detroit, Browning and Stanage.
"Umpires Perrine and O'Loughlln.
At Washington Winnings R. H. E.
Philadelphia H Wm
Washington iH H
Batteries: "Washington, Groome and Street; Philadelphia, Bender and Liv
"Umpires Connolly end Dineen.
At Cleveland 11$ Linings . E. H. E
St. Louis .,
Batteries: St. Louis, GHIigan and IvIIIIfer; Cleveland, Mitchell and East
erly. Umpires Kerin and Sheridan.
At Boston Innings R. B. E.
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Batteries: Xew York,. Vaughn andpjftcbell; Boston, Cicotte and Cnrrigaa.
Umpires Egan and Evans. -
STEER ATTACKS TRA'S; IS
KILLED, BUT DELAYS TRAFFIC
Bisbee, Ariz., May 7. The Bisbee-Os
! borne stub train was attacKed by an In
furiated steer near tne AYarren ranch- j
The brute -was killed but It took an
hour to clean the wheels and the pas
sengers had to walk to Osborne in order
to catch their train. The east bound
train was delayed by the accident.
At the mass meeting held at the city I
hall to raise funds for the Fourth of
Julj- celebration, it is estimated that i
the committee will have over ?3000 to .
spend for a two days feast, and that
there will be a balloon ascension each
A tea'm belonging to the Bisbee Fuel
and Feed company ran down Slag Dump
mil and plunged over the embankment j
near Dubacher canyon, The driver suc
ceeded in jumping and was not hurt.
The pet dog of the Copper Queen ho- j
tel noted for its gigantic proportions. '
ran into Mr. Poppen, manager of the I
hotel, completely upsetting him. He t
sprained his knee so badly that he is i
not yet recovered. j
While at work, Louis Parrett, a
miner of the Shattuck, had his right leg ,'
injured by a fall of rock. ,
Apaches and Navajo indians cele- '
brated May day by a big war dance
around a pole, followed by a dinner and
the smoking of peace pipes. I
Immigration I inspector Ohlin passea '
through Bisbee on his way to the ter- j
ritorial Insane asylum where he "will i
take charge of Ola M. Nillson, a Swede
merchant, who has been ordered de- j
ported on account of insanity.
A report made by Dr. Hagan, city
physician, states that 19 births and 18
deaths occurred in Bisbee during April.
C. L. Verdugo, who has been for the
Cast three years in charge of the fur
nishing department of the Copper '
Queen store, has resigned to go to New
Mexico where he will occupy a similar
position with one of the stores. I
Three intern.-Utio.iral marriages wiH '
occur In the near future in Bisbee. L.. i
Bots and F. Tinto, both .Italians, and ,
Simon Fluscinsky, a Servian, are en- i
gaged to Mexican girls. The weddings '
will take place at the same time, not
later than May 15. j
TV. B. Gohring, mining superintend
ent of the Calumet & Arizona, and of the
Superior & Pittsburg companies, has '
returned to Bisbee after a trip of in- '
spection to the Moriezunia mines.
Ed Stevens, who recently resigned
the position of deputy marshal, has ,
gone to Kansas Cltj-, where he will lo- '.
Mr. and Mrs. Tallman have returned
to Warren from Phoenix where they :
had gone on account of Mrs. Tallman's .
poor health. ,
THERE IS NO SPECULATION OVER THE FUTURE OF
It Is Already a Tangible, Established City
I An unfailing sign of a city's growth is the demand for rent houses. In Kenefick there are at least 10 annTi.a,7it.s f nr
I every rent house, even before the building is completed. Contractors are realizing from 30 to 40 percent on the in
? vestment in rentals right now. There are about 30 houses under construction at the present time and f allv 100
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aiiuic aic ueeueu. .ELere is a ripe opportunity ior an investment, n you win come to lieneiick and look over the
situation you will soon perceive the truth of this statement. Kenefick is a particularly advantageous location for
factories and other industrial enterprises. I offer substantial inducements for business enterprises of every char-
fci u- ii y uu win wiiue me a personal leuier explaining just wnat you are interested in I mil give you full in-
3IO:VTEREY COUPPLE WED:
GEXEHAi. XEWS NOTES. I
Monterey. N. M.. May 7. Miss Mable
Hill, of Olney. 111., and Alvis Linam, a l
ia.rincr or tn:s place, were married at .
Alamogordo. Miss Kill visited here last!
summer and took up a dry land farm, i
at which time she met Mr. Linman. j
I. TV. L.entsrs baby died of pneumonia. '
Interment will be made in the Tularosa
The McRea Lumber company has re-
celved two carloads of lumber. j
I. O. TVetmore has gone to Carrizozo. !
Mls Ruby Davenport is ill. j
J- P. "Williams has gone to his home
at Vaughn. New Mexico. !
J. TV. Barrett's father and brother '
are here visiting with him. j
A day and night school for adults has
been opened at the- Y. M. C. A.. i
I propose to make Kenefick a power in Oklahoma industrial "world.
Improvements thus far have been most substan
tial. The business district is building up with hand
some brick blocks and stores, and man beautiful
residences have been erected. Last week a contract
was closed for the erection of two brick business
houses. There are now six brick structures costing
mere t'ltxn $40,000 in course of construction.
A grain company of Jennings, La. has purchased
a site fcr a large elevator and the" plant will be
completed and in operation this fall. With this lat
est enterprise there are now two grain elevators and
two cotton gins to be built in Kenefick at once.
Many property owners have been offered hand
some profits on their investments in the past 30
days. In nearly every instance these offers have
been refused. TV. E. Evans, formerly of Washington,
Kas., wbo is installing a telephone system, recently
sold his building site for '$550. This lot cost him
$325 about 40 days ago. The man who purchased
the -lot has agreed to build a brick store and install
a $20,000 stock of dry goods by August 1st. Mr.
Evans has bought two more lots in the south part of
town and will build at once.
The prospects fcr a city of no mean size are ex
cellent. New citizens are flocking to Kenefick in
increasing numbers" and the town presents a scene of
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With a division point practically assured, it is
only a question of a. few months Tintil property here
-will double and treble in price. Negotiations are un
der -way with a brick manufacturing concern and it
is practically certain that a plant will be built at
Kenefick this vear.
The M.J O. & G. Railway- Go. is coooerafr
the town in offering attractive inducements to manu
facturing industries of all kinds.
There is a time to buy property at Kenefick
that time is now. While prices are still low the in
vestor, homeseeker, business man or manufacturer
has every point in iiis favor. Fill out the coupon be
low today. Buy a lot now and investigate after
wards. I have this to say: If you are not satisfied
with your purchase after thirty flays, just tell me so
and I will refund your money promptly, together with
6 percent interest. Could any offer be fairer?
Write to These References:
Wm. Kenefick, President Missouri, Oklahoma &
Gulf Railroad, Kansas City, IVio.
Oklahoma State Bank, Muskogee, Ok.
New Enland National Bank, Kansas City, Mo.
National Reserve Bank, Kansas City, Mo.
TO KENEFICK AND INVESTIGATE
If you are unable to pro to
Kcneflck. you should not let
tlilM str.nd In your way. !Let
me send you the name of some
pcrjun near you at!:o lias .cen
Kenefick and enn tell cu nil
about it. Then make your de
cision. I villi be glad to c
lect for you vrhnt I consider
to be the hest unsold lotM to
be had lor the price you irant
to pay. I know every foot of
this land and will be srlad to
srive yon the benefit of my
I have created a month
ly payment depnrtment
whereby the investor
may purchase lots by
paying one-tenth down
and the balance in nine
equal monthly instal
ments. A .5 percent dis
count will be allowed
for all eash down. Lots
rnnge in price from
53S0 to $40.
. LOWERRE, JR.
E. A. LONG BLDG-., KANSAS CITY, MO.
Heorge H. Lowerre, Jr.,
H. A. Long Building, Kansas City, Mo.
Please send me your literature concern
ing Kenefick, Okla.; also a Tlat of the town
prices of unsold lots.
showing location and
Citv or P. O State