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I, PASO HEUAL
14 Thursday, October 10, 1912
"We Sure Get Dandy Service From Your House"
Word comes from Bisbee, Douglas Lordsburg, Bowie, Globe, Tucson,
Safford, Doming, Silver City and Hayden, voluntarily, too, 'that Tnttle
Paint & Glass Co. give them good and excellent service.
Also speaks well for the railroads running out of El Paso, for their
prompt freight service.
1 utile Paint and Glass Co.
210-212 fli. STANTON
Dozen or Two
rill TOT ttfe toay -4 F? tT
These Eggs are the better kind-the old fashioned country eggs, sweet as a nut.
Strictly fresh and every egg guaranteed. If your dealer don't handle them call
Phone 2173 and we "will tell you where to get them.
istributor, 1425 Myrtle
MILLER, Sole D
Carrizozo Country in Mne
Shape; Outlook Better
Than Ever Before.
Carrizozo, 2L ST., Oct. 10. Many prom
inent, ranchers and stock men are in
from outsjde districts attending court
and all report ranches and ranges in
the best possible condition. The unan
imous verdict is that the aggregate of
farm products in the county this year
will exceed by half the record of any
former season.- The rrult chop is the
very finest ever grown here and will
total something over 50 carloads, most
of which goes to the El Paso market.
Wallace L. Gumm, fruit buyer, now
has several picking and packing camps
In operation at the orchards. He re
ports a fine quality -'of fruit. Growers
began spraying the past season for
the first time on account of the ap
pearance in small numbers of scale and
moth never-known in the county be
fore. Much interest is being taken here
In the proposition to utilize the 'shallow
wells of this section for pumping and
irrigating small tracts. "Water in ap
parent abundance is obtained at from
18 to 40 feet over thousands of acres
of the best soils adjacent to Carrizozo.
J. S. "Williamson, a former resident
of Capitan in this county, but now In
the mercantile business at Deming, has
been here a few days and has been
giving glowing accounts of the devel
opment by -well irrigation in the JUm
bres valley. He freely predicts the
same development for this section.
Abundant rains have fallen here.
Numerous camps of hay makers ar
scattered over tho valley cutting
gramma hay. The largest crop ever
cut will be baled this season and a
large amount has been sold at ?10 per
ton. The new settlers on homesteads
who put in dry farm crops this year
have all made good.
J. G. Tester brought to town recently
sorghum cane stalks 11 feet high and
milo maize stalks six feet in length
with enormously heavy heads. He has
35 acres where the yield will be almost
TO TRY FARMING IX
SAXTA CRUZ VAM.EY
PROSPERITY IS '
FELT AT AMISTAD
Japanese From "Sear Phoenix tense
Land for Experimental Purposes.
"Will Try Onions and Potatoes.
Npgales, Ariz., Oct. 10. Thomas
Cummins, a well known rancher from
Calabasas, Is trying an experiment
which may result in the coming of a
large number of Japanese farmers to
this section of the sate. He has
leased about 25 acres of his best land
to a Japanese from Phoenix, and the
entire tract will be planted in onions
and potatoes, neither of -which crop has
had a great deal of attention in this
vicinity in the past.
The Japanese, who Is an experienced
farmer, states thafa he believes the
land and climate is well suited to both,
but particularly to onions, and if he is
successful with his experiment, he
states that many Japanese will come to
this section of Arizona provided, they
can get hold of the land at a reasonable
An industry of this kind will mean
much to Santa Cruz county, as a large
part of the fine farming land along the
Santa Cruz river between Calabasas and
Tucson, is and always has been in the
hands of the Mexican farmers who are
satisfied to raise a few beans and
melons,' and a little corn each year,
without working the land as it should
be worked to give it the value which it
Conditions Are Favorable for Bumper
Crops and Range Is Good for Cattle
Amistad, N. M., Oct. 10. As a result
of excellent crop reports throughout
this part of the state, this town has
taken on new life. Farmers and ranch
men in this vicinity are alike prosper
ous this fall. In an exhibit of agricul
tural products held 'at Amistad, every
variety of farm produce known to this
country was shown. Wheat especially
has been a successful crop here, one
farmer having averaged on a 60 acre
plot, a fraction under 40 bushels to the
acre. For this land an offer of ap
proximately $20 an acre has been made,
it is said. This offer was refused.
Practically all of the wheat raised
here this year will be sowed this win
ter. Many farmers and cattle raisers
are intending to cut during the coming
summer the crop of wild thistle which
was so plentiful this year, it having
been seen that this makes good feed
when cut "while young and cured for the
winter. It is said that cattle will eat
thl3 plant when properly cured rather
than eat the grass. Much of the thistle
bas already been stacked for thi3 win
Dairying is becoming an important
factor of growth of this section, every
one who can possibly do so, taking up
this work of raising cream for the mar
ket. If was thought for a time that
considerable money was required with
which to begin this business but ex
perience has shown that one good milch
cow was sufficient on which to engage.
In the work and from this modest be
ginning several residents of this neigh
borhood have increased this business
antil at present they are enjoying a
lucrative business. In fact It Is thought
here that dairying has proved to be
the real salvation of this portion of
the state, at least supporting it until
the country can be successfully de
veloped on a larger scale.
Grass Is unusually good this year,
cattlemen claiming that this field is
the best in the southwest. Little loss
wa had during the cold weather of
DITCH CLEANING TO
START ON NOV.. 1.
Chamberino. J. M., Oct. 10. At the
meeting of the Chatnoerlno Community
ditch commissioners it was decided to
begin the work of cleaning the banks
on November 1. and the work is to be
completed so that water can be turned
into the ditch by December 1, as there
will be quite an acreage of wheat sown
and this will give the farmers water
for early seeding of wheat. There was
also a committee appointed to draft a
constitution and by-laws which are to
be presented to the members of the
ditch commissioners for inspection at
the general meeting January l at which
time the new commissioners will take
J. M Johnston has marketed his
wheat at El Paso. "
Wayne Crowder has a contract for
furnishing El Paso parties with his
first cut of alfalfa.
B. M. Highland sold to Mrs. Mundy
some registered Duroc hogs this week.
Marshmallow Pumpkin and
Radishes with faces
10c a Box.
The Store Beautiful.
RAISE 23 POUND
HEADS OF CABBAGE
Plainview, Texas, Oct. 10. The Hale
County fair and race meet at the fair
grounds has closed. The purses in tho
races amounted to more than $3000, and
many fast horses from Oklahoma and
other distant points participated. Tho
attendance was fair, notwithstanding
that the local farmers are very busy
with harvesting a heavy feed crop. A
fine exhibit of dry farmed and irri
gated crops was on display at the new
i exhibit hall, and the livestock and
womans departments attracted much
attention. Among the notable truck
exhibits were cabbages weighing 23
pounds; a sweet potato weighing 11
popnds; pumpkins more than six feet
In circumference; a stool of kaffir
and sorghum, containing 15 heads,
which had grown from a single seed,
seven of which were sorghum heads
"and eight kaffir.
AT FOUNTAINS. HOTELS. On ELSEWHERE
Original and Genuine
RICH MILK, MALT GRAIN EXTRACT. IN POWDER
!Not in any Milk Trust
g Insist on "HORLICK'S"
Take a package, home
PLAN TO SAVE WASTE
WATER OF VALLEY
Douglas, Ariz Oct, 10. On the re
quest of a number of farmers in the
sulphur Springs valley, Drofessor G.
E. P. Smith, irrigation engineer of the
"University of Arizona, has left for the
valley -where he will make an inspec
tion in the interest of furthering plans
During the rainy season enough
water is carried away to irrigate many
thousands of acres of valley land if
it were properly conserved. This water
makes ts way Into the YaquI river
and empties into the California gulf,
when it could be used here at home.
Two gaging stations are maintained
for the measurement of the water flow
of "Whitewater creek, one "at the bridge
near the C. and A. smelter and the other
at the Taylor bridge up the valley.
During the heavy rains of August 30
and September 2, enough water passed
the smelter to Irrigate 7000 acres fof
valley land, if It had been saved.
ARTESIA APPLES -WIS
PRIZES AT ROSWELL FAIR
Artesia, N. M., Oct. 10. Artesia took
the sweepstakes on apples at the Pecos
valley exposition at Itoswell and for the
second time secured the silver cup of
fered the town taking the most prizes
on that product. The credit for the ex
hibit is due to the C A. P. ranch and
to Robert M. Love. The C. A, P. ranch
captured 25 first prizes and four second
prizes while Mr. Love took nine first
prizes and four second prizes.
Apples at Artesia are unexceled and
have never failed to take first prizes
wherever they were entered. Last
year besides taking first prizes at Ros
well, they took first prize at Denver
and St. Joseph.
OF QUAY ORGANIZE
Tucumcari, N. M., Oct. 10. Broom
corn growers In the northern portion
of Quay county have organized with,
Fred Lutz, puresident, and D. S. Euchli
man, secretary treasurer, to better the
sale of the product. Samples of each
member's crop will be collected and
sent,, to the various buyers for price
quotations, the broom being placed
where the price is best. Heretofore
there has been much loss, it is claimed,
through disconcerted action -of the producers.
SAFFORD COTTON MEN
ELECT NEW OFFICERS
Safford, Ariz., Oct 10. At a meet
ing of the Cotton Growers' association
held in the Lee district of the Artesian
Belt, just south of Safford, S. W.
Lard was reelected president, John
Lee, vice president, and "Walter "Wool
sey, secretary. Cotton raising is being
boosted steadily and will be of con
siderable commercial Importance in an
Cold Goming? Co To Your Doctor
You may cough tomorrow ! Better be prepared for it when it comes.
Ask your doctor about keeping Ayer's Cherry Pectoral in the
house. Then when the hard cold or cough first appears you have
a doctor's medicine at hand. Your doctor's approval of its use
will certainly set all doubt at rest. Do as he says.
RUNS ANn AMMHNITinN J&&
Shelton-Payne Arms Co.
MAY TRY COTTOHi CROPS
OTi MEXICAN COAST
Guaymas, Son, Mexico, Oct 10. In
terest Is beinir aroused In cotton grow
ing on the west coast
Three cotton mills are operating on
the west coast all of which import the
majority of their cotton from Texas.
The soil from as far north as the val
ley of the Sonora river to the terri-''
tory of Teplc is well adapted to the
raising of cotton. It is claimed cotton
In Mexico would have no pest other
than the boll weevil, and this could be
combated as well here as it is in
Texas, where there is a disease known
ag root-rot in addition to the ever
Invading boll weevil.
There has been such a shortage of
rain in the vicinity of Bamoa, SInaloa
this season that the corn has suffered
very much in consequence, and farmers
complain that there will be an ex
tremely short crop.
PLAN TO SHIP SOXORA
BARLEY TO EUROPEAN MARKETS
Guaymas, Son., Mexico, Oct 10.
Farmers in the Yaqul valley are look
ing Into the European markets with a
view to making large shipments of
barley next year. Barley yields well
in the valley, and that raised this year
was found to be absolutely free from
rust and It is hoped that arrange
ments may be made whereby they may
be able to compete with the eastern
TULAROSA MAY SHIPS
ALFALFA TO CARRIZOZO
Tularosa, N. M., Oct 10. Dan Mc
Guire is shipping a car load of alfalfa
to Carrizozo market He is receiving
$11.50 a ton loaded on car.
Of Five Dollars, Worth Fifty
Dollars to Her Now. Read
Headwig, Ga, "I suffered untold
agonies for five or six years with wo
manly trouble," writes Mrs. Delia
Long, of this place. "Could not sit up
but a few minutes at the time, and if I
stood on my feet long, would faint
I took $5.00 worth of Cardui, the
woman's tonic, and it did me $50.00
worth of good.'' I can do my work,
now, all the time, and suffer but very
I am recommending Cardui to my
friends, and shall continue to do so.
You may use this letter in any way you
Its 50 years of wonderful success
proves, that as a tonic, for weak wo
men, you could find nothing of greater
benefit to you than Cardui. It is a
woman's tonic- a strengthening medi
cine tor women made especially tor ,
"women, from ingredients wnicn act
specifically on the womanly organs and
thus help to build up the womanly con
stitution. You are urged to try Cardui -if you
are weak, tired, nervous, wom-out, or
suffer from any of the pains peculiar
to weak women, such as headache,
backache, dragging pains, pains in side,
and other symptoms of womanly trou
ble. Judging from the experience of
thousands of others, Cardui is sure to
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Dept, Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chat
tanooga, Tenn.. for Special Instructions,
and 64-page book, "Home Treatment
for Women," sent in plain wrapper, on
for all by Calumet.
For daily use in millions of kitchens has
proved that Calumet is highest not only in
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CHANGE IN SCHEDULE
Mexico North -Western Railway
BETWEEN EL PASO, NUEVA CASAS GRANDES, PEARSON, MA
DERA, MLNACA AND CHIHUAHUA.
UXDER THE TEMPORARY PASSENGER SCHEDULE AT PRESENT
IX FORCE, TRAINS
Leave EI Paso Union Depot 7:05 A. M.
On the odd numbered days of the month.
Arrive EI Paso Union Depot 5:00 P.-M.
On the even numbered days of the month.
PARLOR-OBSERVATION CAR, BUFFET SERVICE BETWEEN EL
PASO AND MADERA.
For further particulars, rates etc, phone 926 or communicate with
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Traffic Manager. Asst. Gen. Frfc. & Pass. Agt.
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