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JURY MUST DECIDE
JJiywood'f Attorneyi Asked Judj9
Wood to Direct That the
Pilsoner B Acquitted
THE STATE CLOSES ITS CASE
The Df'ens Will Make It Opening
Statement Monday Morning and
Bej'n th Preicntation of
Bols, Idaho. June 19. The prosecu
tion la the Steunenberg murder trial
offered one ef lt most Important
pieces of evidence asftlnKt William I.
Haywood Tuesday, when, recalling
Harry Orchard for re-direct examina
tion. It Introduced and secured the
admission of four letter tending to
show that Haywood, during the fall
of IflOj, when Orchard swears ho was
engaged on various crime for the fed
eration loaders, tad participated ia
a plan to deceive Mrs:. Orchard, the
second, of Cripple Creek, as to the
whereabouts of her husband.
The state developed It contention
that as tendfng te show a conspiracy
and knowledge? of the Ste unenberg
crime Orchard was, without nny rv
quest from biro,, furnished with coun
irl within a fow days after his arrest.
It first showed that Orchard after Ms
arrest sect no commuulcation from
Caldwell Jail and then produced and
secured lh admission of the original
of th following telegram:
"Spokaue, Wash, January 3, 1901.
To T. liogan, care sheriff, Caldwell.
Idaho. Attorney Fred Miller will start
for Caldwell In the morning. M, C9
Boise. Idaho, June M. The at ate
Wedin tijay moil dramatic production
and proof of the Goddard bonib and
offering further contributions of the
besllniony cf Harry Orchard against
William t). Haywood, secured a rul
ing under which a number of the de
nunciatory articles published In the
Miner's Magazine, official organ of
the WrtTO Federation of Miner,
will te admitted In evidence.
To Justice Luther M. Goddard him
telf fell the task of telling the story
of the finding and preservation for
ue as cv!dT:ee cf the tomb with
which Orchard tried to kill him. Hi
appearance on the viand added an
other to the many dramatic scenes
and situation that have characterized
the trial, and tils testimony was' clear
and minutely circumstantial. Th
Veteran Colorado Jurist testified that
the first Information tout he received
about the bomb came to hltu from Or
chard' confession, which was shown
to him at leaver on February 13.
19C, ty IViertlve Mcl'urtiaud. lie !
once returned to hi home and In his
lit discovered the scrwy whirr
Orchard t.iid he placed there. It was
rusted aud corrud'M by tiTi nion'.hk'
ioflure. The witness said he ex
amined the (round outside? the gate
where Orchard fald be placed the
bomb and found a slight depression
with the aoil packed very bard around
The bomb was dug up the next day
by General Bulheley Wells while- us
log a pocket knife to cut away the
soil, and raised the pine box contain
ing the tomb. There was a small
phial on top of the box and attached
to the rubber cork of the phial was
a piece of runted wire.
The bomb and It attachment wTe
at enre taken to (h office of the
rinkerton detective- arrvtiry and rare
fully n'ttlcd la wrapper and cnv.dopi'
that wire tinned by half a dozen wit
nesses Including Jostle Goddard, aud
after that t bey were placed In a vault
to the door of which tlvo seal iuclud
Ins; that cf a notary public were at
lathed. Thire they rested until the
f. low ioor May IUnd whra IwiUvohig
the Haywood rase wa to come to
trtal tin' were rviuoird In the pres
ence of the same vlUirtmi and ai
save thTe of the folty sticks of giant
owder rontahied In the bomb acre
exploded. The? explosion occurred la
the n i r.ro of ih witness at a point
(n the suburb of IVuver and of the
tomb Its. If 12 giant cap a:id tn
wrapper torn from Mtk cf t: E a n t
ponii.r iT sdVed as el l.nr.
llnlse, l.lntto, June II T""' Jlir)
WiK Imt blotiht Into ciu,t Tt'li l.tv
n'ottilng until af'r Jud V.'.tai I
h.'tdl down his opinlou ai :i t.ie n.t
mlfftbllity of cvitala article f;oui tn
M n. ts' M.iearir.e uliowin lie (tT,l
nu f the com rolling of'ii-i of the
Wrutrrn Fi'driatlon t Ml'Uti
fo'tner Gov. iteutit i.tx i g j,nl o.l.-r
Judse WiHd said he bad divided that
many of the aitlcb should be 'o
ed. Thoh were the our t luted prior
tu the d- sth of Gov. SleutieiilHTg. A
t article subxMjuert to that date,
the court dixlaied It had romt d.iubt
and would r'nle that doubt lu (uxor
of the d- fendant.
For the t'V-t It wa a day of road
A Ts Cloudburst.
KlM-i-teii, Ti'x, June ZZ live per
feotin wiit hint and a considerable
amount of property damaged lu a
rl'iddhumt that struck Kli gston Friday
a'tiTiio. :i Va'.'.i. awiitr.K and pole
Were I low n down and stuet flooded.
Another Frisco Gra't C.
Kan F'anc!', June IJ Ti.e trial
of laml Gla. Kt ueral luaua k r of
th 1'arltlc tt!e Telephone & Tel
ejiaph cmiip.-uiy wli te,n before 8u
perlor font J ml i!i laialor a week
f em Moie lay morning
Inn, wilh P'TiiW Pxili an flrt rr-
it. Jiirt-' Wood s(l:i!i".i l innfty of thai
ftroncjy wordi-d siible of ! Min
er's Mnutulne In which Fr.u.ii S'.Mtn
riibi r was bitterly denounced ,11 d 8
one aftiT another they were I -t lt
Iliittti read th'"in In tbo Jury. Ti.ei
wre nd n 11 led as fchowln;r the Miluri
of the ferb ration offi la'tf arittniil
yteiiiieiibi i a and shuwii;K anMnus
mtnliirtt Ju-fllee Gil IdarJ and (;t')!i rt. of
the suiin-me couit of Colorado whom
Harry On hr.rd wora be tried many
tiiu'Ti t- kill. The slate Introduce.!
lu oi'Unro the decisions of t!.on
Jjili;. on the Colotad tlj'ht tour law
and the habeas corpus application of
Charl.-s H. Mover.
To practically every piece of tes
timony offerej objection, then oade
a motion to strike out, and lastly took
en exception on the record. To all
evidence connected with the general
conspiracy alleced by the state the ob
jvtijn of the i fense Included the
proposition that the acts t!.o n were
cot bind. lis oa tbv defendant, and that
they r riot eonneted with tu
SteunenlxTg murder and there w as fr
qtiiT.t objection to the evidence of
fired to corroborate the testimony of
Harry Orchard, an alleced accomplice
In the nianter provided by the ttaU".
Itolxe. Id., June I. When the
Friday cief'd tts ctie ir!nst Wil'iiaiu
I). Haywood, rharved with the murder
of Frank Steunenberp, the defense
made? an unsuccessful attempt to se
cure from the court an order directing
the Jury to acquit the prisoner. Judse
Woods' ru'.in? which requires the de
fense to meet with evidi.iico the case
that th state has presented, was made
at 5:15 o'clock and It was then ar
ranged that Haywood's counsel should
make their openin? statement and
present their first testimony on Mon
Attorney E. It. Richardson wade the
principal a r gun: en t in support of tha
motion la a long, carefully prepared
and eloquent argument.
He tooi for his guide the Idaho stat
ute which forbids conviction upon the
uncorroborated testimony of an acctun
plice ar.d quoting many authorities la
uptiort of LI contention that there
must be convincing corroboration en
tirely lnderKndeut of the testimony of
the accomplice and made an analysis
of all the testimony offered. He de
clared that none of the testimony
could atand without the support of
Orchard s story, and that the statute
specifically forbade Its acceptance un
der those circumstances.
He also argued that the testimony
of Orchard was the only showir.R that
In any way connected Haywood with
the crlmand that the statute forb-ide
conviction under thoe cirrumjtanreg.
Senator Borah, who alor.e sjwUe for
the state, argue-d wltli like force and
eloquence, that Heywijod'a connection
has been lr.depj'ndently shown and
tjat Orchard's testimony has been
rroborated by Independent circum
stanexs and evidence. He also sub
mittal a general argument to show
that the stale had established the ex.
Utenre of a general conspiracy in
which Haywood was a partlcljar,t. and
In which he stronsly develoed the
alleged connection of IVttlbone and
Clarence Parrow. who dosed, plead
ed that there was not a thred of evi
dence lu the rase capable of standing
without "the rotton thread of Or
chard's story" to sustain It and that
the plain provision of the Idaho stat
ute tuad-) the duty of the court clear.
LAND GRAFIERS SENTENCEQ
Fiee and Jail SenUnc for Omaha
Mn Who Ar Alleged te Have
Omaha, Juno ti --Thomas M. Hunt
luirton aud Ami D. Todd wete sent
i need by Ju.ltje Munger In the I'nlted
St.ntes IiUtilrt court Thureday to pay
a fine of 1.ik) each und to be 1m
jiriioned In the IVejcias eouuty Jail fur
thr-e tn. in'!. s. Fred lbt was svn-
lesiee.l to pttV a fill lf l.'') Slid tiV
stand rommttlcd t. the mmslas coun
ty Jail until li.e f;u,- Is puld.
Ti sentitice ai the r-u'.l of 'e
corn 1,-tj tn .f t,f three n.eit ftir
(harglrg coumiii .- to d.Siwiid the
l i.lted states out of p -iou and
title l- i.i!Ke' tiat of l..!.d tn 8!ier
Id.in and l l.eiry r mulii . this slat"
! ii'.eans of fUe. fraudulent and I'
tttl.Mis entiles and t.-.r suUniatioa ol
The defendant save notice f ap
t al to t!i I'nlted ."t.'tf circuit c.iun
j of appeal oti a writ of error, and tl
! t-euted a luu.d in the sum of .'. .wi
This constitute the second or last
jaioup of defendant tn the tilchard
und IVm.it'x k caM.
Closed Snsnuhal Opiur Otn.
! hauvliMl, June iJ In accordance
Willi tiie t'Tins of an Imperial edict
jut bulled the opium limn lis the
lii'.lve quarter were closed Frld.ty. In
spire of the vdl.'t opium U stsil sold
everywhere Tberw were no diktuib
, sr.fi. The foreluu volunteer were
' held lii rvadiue. In case of eineig.-u-
A Runiwiy In Royal Corg.
I'aiaui City. Col.. June Jo. ix per
son were Injuied. three of th. in
ee'ely while on - a ig hi seeing tiif ,
In Itoyal Gorge jtaik n.-ar llii iliy . j
They were thiow-u from a whkmU ef
ter tho driver bad lost cuitrol of tl.
B-yr t Ottawa, Kn.
Ottawa. Kali, Jino J.i Will. J.
lirjau arrived l.oie r di.ei.duy f ile
iiihiu front Oklahoma City and ad
Oiiv.d the i'liiU Cb.1utki.4ii inf
l'y lis the aft.-rnot u.
LITTLE CAUtE FOR WORtY.
More er Ls CMtidng Es t He'd Oit
to Ce Punchers. r
Over In t') 'iiliiiea rivr n.eajowa
eoun'ry, lu Idaho. rsriRed a wIM and
wooi'y bunch of lor.g halrd tow
punthers. whose know!eJe ,vf the
world was confined msliily to trip
sfter cattle Into sttr roundln? eountSe.
Into this frkbss but verdaut com
muulty there came tbe m'o;h
tongued rrprrsentttlve of a wild
west show, who Mred several riders
at a bitch salary to do a hair raUIng
art, the thief feature being thai they
should appear to te thrown from their
horses and d.-apitd by the fool.
After they bad prar tired In a corral
for a while one of them lmnr-4
blruself and rising fn-.m tho dirt, dis
heveled and da?--d. Inquired:
"Pay. mlnter, ain't this ruther dan
gerous? We might git killed."
"Tfcafa 'all rtgM."- thtrpetl tha
show'a representative cheerfiil'y.
"Vour salary will go on Just the
same." Ld pincott'a Magazine.
THE REORGANIZED NEW YORK
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
The new Hoard of Trustees of the
New York Life Insurance Company,
chosen by the policyholders under tha
Arrastnsns laws, has taken charge of
the company's affairs and Lag Lcsua
the work of reorganization.
In choosing the principal oScers of
the company, the Ik.ard has adhered
to the Idea that a life Insurance com
pany should be nianapc-d by life In
iurance men. The new president Is
Darwin P. Klnssley, a college bred
man of good New England stock, who
bas been In the company's service In a
variety of capacities for a period of
nearly twenty years. In the parlance
cf life Insurance, be "began with the
rate book" and has advanced step by
tep up to hli present position.
Tbe first vice president of the com
pany is Thomas A. Uutkner, who has
served the company for more than a
quarter of a century. indeed has
never had any other businesa connec
tion. Associated with these men are
others long trained In the company's
service, each an expert In his own de
partment of work. Wm. K. Ingersoil,
who baa for many years had charge
of the company's great business In
Europe, I one of the second vice pres
idents, and will continue at the head
of the company's office In Paris.
Rufus W. Weeks, who bas been la
the company's service for nearly forty
years, ranks next to Mr. Buckner as
rice president, and continuous as chief
actuary of the company.
The policyholders bave expressed
their belief In this company In no un
certain terms. The upheaval in life In
surance within the last two years bas
resulted la & great deal cf mlsunder
itanding and policyholders, alarmed cn
matters which were not very clear to
them, have been deposed to give op
their contract at a heavy sacrifice.
This has not ben true In the New York
Life to any great extent. The com
pany bad 2.Ov0,OO0.l00 Insurance on
Its books when the life insurance In
vestigation began, and while the laws
of tbe State of New York now do not
permit any company to write over
fliO.OOO.OOO a year (which I about
one half the New York Life formerly
dld. the company' outstanding busi
ness still exceeds :.HK,HU.0i0.
Pollcjholders generally will be still
further reassured by this action of the
Board, a it places at the head of the
Company to protect their Interests men
of thorough .training and unexception
Heme, Sweet Hem.
Tbe wife of a caval officer attarhed
to the academy at Aunaiioll baa ia
her employ an IrUh servant, who re-
cer.tly gate evidence of nostalgia.
"You ought to be contented and
not pine for your old borne, l'r.d?et."
said the lady of the bouse. "You are
raining good wages, your work I
ll;bt, everyone I kind to you, and
you have lot of frlnds here."
"Tls. mum." sadly replied Bridget:
'but It nt the jlare where I W that
makes me so homesick; It Is tb
plav where I don't bo"
Good for Evil.
One Sunday a traeher was trytnf
to Illustrate ta her sn.u'.l si holm th
lesson, "Return gocul f r etil." To
mak It prarrieal she s!d:
jui sse. clilldrett. one of your
s heelu.ates st.ouid s'nke ou. and
the rext day you should b:ii: bl'-B
n apple that would be one wy ot
returning good for evil."
To her dismay one of tbe llf.U
gill sjmke up quickly:
"Then bo wvH.ld strike jou ai!r
to get another apple!"
Hsr D scat.
One day Marjotie. anetl three, want
ed to j ia doctor with her ster.
Marjorio was tha "d'Htor." and sl.e
came to n.ake a call on her sister,
who made believe she wa sl k. ""IV
you want to know what jou ve T
tbe diHior asked. ati-r a critical x
aminaiion. "Ye." faintly assented
the U k woman. "You've sot duty
ban l," aatd Wsrjorle. ijropp'-r.g In di
g lit the wrist on whuh she Lad been
reeling the pulse.
"Hiram." said Mrs Kort.koh to her
fcus! nd. who wa reading ti e W eeHy
Sv-rwh, "they ay ttst Jones m.m
who bas taken the farm toxt to ou;
I mighty Intellectual
"I sue tv U." rrjliel li;t-,er
Korukeb "II knows fi.ur d.fieieut
Imacara y heart." Jd.iwaakre
When seme pe-o 1 t! lis they d.il
their best we Wsiujt what it.eli
Woist Is i k.
I :iEv;s w nm?i 1
6-uirrl S"d RisW F gH
Th .fy ot a bs'tle betmn
Ul.'ril end a lafge t-lf.rV-.-naV U
rtH.ri.J .y a i.-titalt.-M f.rrse r, w i-tt
llv-s iiottii .f CarTolIton. "!r V.l-h--rs
Las sou.e pet jul:r is el Ll
l.ua. arl a f.-w (!.vi ro ln be
went to f- I t!it-:n ,e f.. 1 e 1 a t'lr.i
motion (r-)'i,; la t! sq -Irrels' f.-i I
In a few n '&j 1 ns a i 1 .qi.irrej
rmergei from tbe loi l:i t'e tree,
tiragiclng a b!ai ksnake. i-ta wre
f.htlng dVsperat ly. The anite was
at a d'sadvan'.aK-. bow ever, for t?.
squirrel had a strantl. Lo'd behind the
snake's Load and shook bis tr,vllir
sniwirouist murh as a d"g wm-.'.ii a rr.t.
The fcr.;.ke eridsrared to sc.-irrle lle
lit'te squlml with i's oils, but cr-i.'.i
not do so. ar.d presently both ti-i snal.t?
and squirrf-1 fell to the grou:.4, the
B-;!rrel still retaining his hold on the
snake. Th farmer s!'p;.l x:," and thi?
squirrel released bold and fc'a-i -,'-rd
bark i)n the tree. The scaVe, wLlrh
Biesnun-I nearly six tvvt In lrs'.h,
was ceariy dead, ar.d was dir ;'atcbI
An O'd Masonic Efrb'em.
John Burroughs of h"i.ejiri plow
ed up a JJasfinic emblem which tad
ta taraniend out of a silver dollar.
It was blackened fy t:::ie and ex
posure", but after polishing uhow plain
ly that it was a grand master ern
blwn. The eneravlr.5. all hand work.
Included a compass, square so per
fect as to Indicate the fraction of
Inches, the element of a circle, the
full moon and half moon. At the top
were the script letters. "G. M. In
quiry brought out the fact that there
had been do Mason of this Llch de
gree in Rocheport since the time of
Giirse Melody. That at the yourst
r.-ckocir.R would fo back to 1M5 and
ri:ake the erfcble.m over CO years old.
Read Obituary Before He Died.
Garland Bites, a negro, who for the
prist 15 years has ttn the official
town crier of Macon, died recently
from tuberculot-la. It was reported a
few days a?t that Bates had died and
he read an extensive obituary touching
lis career. Bates was bom In Ken
tucky about 70 years ago and was
reared tn slavery. His business was
to juake all sorts of public acnoucce
m'nts throughout the town, always
ringing a bi bell to attract atten
tion. In his latter days no one could
exnctly understand what Bates was
saying, but he made a great oie.-
Bright Jopiln Student.
WsV.le A. Hurwiut. among the le t
studesta ever graduated at the Jop'ln
hl;.!i sthr.iol. has accepted a psitio-i
a Instructor of mithctiiHti.s at th
summer wlmol of Missouri ur.ivtrsi;v.
AJ',hough Juj-t II years of age, jour.g
Hurwitj has two diplomas, a year at
Harvard university, and six letters af
ter bis name to help Lira through the
woild. Ij university Uf a in bijh
sthool bis record ts one of bono:
Oidnt hva for Her Party.
Th wife of Edward Young, a rich
farmer ten miles south of Hlgginsvllle,
Wh found dead In her bed at midnight
reci-ntly of heart disease. ExteosUe
preparations bad been made to c-.i
brate her eightieth anniversary. She
was the mother of Marcu Youngs, the
president of of the Clt!;ens tank of
Warreusburg. and also mother of the
Ute Grove Youngs, who left aa c-s'.a'.o
In this city of 1 :00.1V .
I Appointed ty tn Governor.
J' 1 Gov. Folk bas announced the a
1 siiist.:neiit of Ben H. Anderson to be
! county surveyor of Tolk count), vice
Ferry !. Era in. deceaed. Tbe po
crnor also appoint 1 Jiunoa F. AlKn f
.take the special census ot Otjc, Soo.t
! " Binier Twnn So'd Out.
J Warden lisli I1 d.i.e4 f t
i Inst pound of Mud. r twine at th pen.
J lu-ntlary and said !e wa satisfied
! that be could 'H at least :;.'" m ..
' a be w forced to return seveial un
filed order. Altogether be ha soil
,SM.e-. pound. Willi-'.! Bett.d ab.e.t
$ 14 ceiits (m r (niund TtU i' the
actual cost of production, a the lav
under whlrli the llud-r tw.i.e pla.it
' wa established In the iris.n Jl.iMdes
. that the t 11. e shall ! e so d t the t. -
ident of the sli'.e ut ti- int.v'. con!
I cf product 'oa.
Itjncl Si") I Par.cu-ar.
Al Jopliti In the I'nitt 4 i- ate c .;.rt
j a man wa f.i.e.l for f.iii.s a t :-'ol
1 sl.ot Into a riii st .i .it box. ar d Le f
J off -sy at tha: t.-are The g :" u
? meut d sii't stand tor one's d !
use mail bovs Lu tarf.-ts at: J t. e
Judje lit triiistsiug Ihe I ce 1!J c.e
11, u that be could have .:i-u sec
teiH-d to a leitu of ll.rv -e ta
prison. It J.wMil pay fsd w.tn
ur ti-.iie j-aavael malt la ar.j Bitt
ncr. h.pe or to: iu "
It V. F- Kuhn. u.p ' ititer. ict.t ef
the h-il'l tor the tcsjvu Nv . at
Farcjic'-.m. tafcr ;i. d t e s leu. t be
wo. ild cept tt.e iiiiv nilei-d'-ci t ot
ti e M Joseph ala! v l icvtj !.
C. U Woodson. Is.uihJ i w.:l
tot lake L; c! a: of asj'ifn
ut.i.1 July Id.
For Monu'ive l Can- H-J
An li'.iit l l.-e -ng h .a.ie (J r
fa-.d f 'V a .o.n.'.'cie mum.: e..t t. f e
uer tiav lUid u. U) le ie.t J lo
liAtJ 0. puk al Mevb -v
"Texas h ib G:rJ:n Spf cf fb Lcrd"
05,000 Aero Ranch of Dr. Chns. F. Clmmons
flow On tho Market.
Here ii Your 0;;or1jr,; t-J E;y a Farm cf fn- 13 fet !j C!3 a-i
T3 Tsat Lij fi Tv ? -Z-i't 5r-r f-r J 20- frt
tbe j:3 ptt U?-.it Vi'.SrA l '.-tL
InvJ?t:;-;;Ti ir.';i sf.'W tiit tllx '
5.0'5 acres cin.:-il ot. cf ti
fi.esS Is-Kiii s cf Arric 3.';ir! aalTrn-rfc
Farir.ir.? !ar.d In the c'J-ii t r.-.n-mesein
aVjit It ttiies frrtt of
Ar'r.eio D1 atx"t two mI-s e-r6 e.f :
I'leaise'cn tte ct;r:ty -it vf A'A.
co.a Cour'yl. and sittni is tsnj-.ea
Atascnsa atid a p.'t cf If-'f;" -(V.
unties, to witKn 17 n'.'.ft of t-.t
C'lO 'arre Live Osx Cm:'y Krt. '
which I Is four months la?t year. k,; J
to 4.''05 ll'jcs ge'ters. on t tp.-ri
terms, without interest on deferr i
payer:', w-tyh five the r"xr r.a-s.
Irfjvx his savin es, a chance xn s:-re
a -o1 farm ar.d town lot for Lis toroe .
In town. I w':i d'r.a'e and tern ever '
to thr" bonded Tr'jj-'. Zji.-A
from the ricej.ds cf the ra --f 'i.: .
property to the i urcl.as-rs. as a b"s.t;j :
to the first railroad bui.'t throcrh th:a
property on the Lizv which 1 shall '
This prcrerty I bx-ated oa that mid- '
die plain between East Texas, where 1
it rales too mKb. and the art! section .
of West Texas, where it doe tot riUa (
Its close proximity to San At'oclo. j
the largest city la the Sta'e. wi-a a j
claim! population of over Ji.C-3. e-n- j
tances Us value as a market for Ari- J
cultural and Truck farra prod Kit far
beyond the value cf sicllar Ual tit j
so favorably located. j
Level to e'iebtly rolling. Lars-e,
brad. rich valley, encircled ty e.e
va'.ions suitable for homes: f- rr
cent, fin farming land, balance . aas
Ash. Elm. Gum. HackberrT. Lire
Oak. Meseufte, Pecan, abundant Iwr
sbade, fencing and wood.
About t.i per cent. rich. dark, rasdy
lram, balance chocolate or red M3dy
loam, usually preferred by local farm
ers, and each with soil averaging frota
J to 4 feet deep, with clay aubsciL
which holds water.
Mild, balmy, healthy, pradlranr i
frt from malaria, tew frosts, no snow, ;
na tard freez"; cortinuous Seabreeze '
ffi.-lera'es extremes of hfat and eoll, ;
producing warm winters and cool a urn- ;
mere. Average temperature about C2
From the Government record. It f j
safe to assume that the rainfall on this
property has been fully Ja Inches r -'r
year, which Is more than some of th ,
ol! States have had. and is j '.c.-iiiiul .
for ordinary crops properly cultivated.
and for Grass Growtcg. t
Improvements and Water. - 1
This property ts fencej and cross- j
tures. with four barbed wires, with
posts about 12 feet apart. Also a -number
of Cse shallow wells.
Also a number of se Lakes and j
Also, a cumber of Cae Cowing Arte- !
aian Weils, who crystal streams flow '
for miles and mlls down those cneeka. ;
whose broad, rich valleys, lrrlabi j
from those cootlouously fow.ag j
streao s, make It the Ideal place for :
the Marketing Gardener who desire
to raise frota two lo three crop of i
mark-tabie prc-duc on the same
ground every year. j
" Farming and Truck Farming.
Season never end.
Thi land Is a'ap'rd to p-i?xV :
c-iltiire lUans. Cabbage, Celery, .
Cucumber. Letttu-e, Tom ate, Inxta, t
Carrvtw. Oiiion. Kadlec. t" juh,
Strawberries. Cauliflower. Okra. Oya-
ter I'latit. IV. Kasiwrrtc. Tu'ts'.; . ;
Ai ticoi. CaRtaioui-it . C.ra;s, I i.h '
I o'alo, Oiivea. ie-t IV'afoe l a- .
r:.r. i'latea, lirs'istj V.almit. Ftg. i
Meloft. IVaaufa. l arl-y. lf;a kbetne.
l-oem Corn, la-cieriii. Fiaios Tt-ac-co.
A'.fa'.f. K? 0.r.ge. Fva.Lrs, .
IVean. Cera. Cotton, Oats. Utul. ;
I'ace 1 of the boo entitled "Bei
tlfal MO Ar.Ui.io," ...-:.: Ii.ed ty .
tie !ius:nrss X.iu K"..:'j if At.
liUto, la.ted Vv. l;-ov, .:
lt u rv-ad.iy Cvtn-s!J b ail thv-a '
Li ktiow at.h;r.g ili-ii Texas that '
th most prvl.ie :r icu'.: ui ai s-vl.oa '
U that which rniiii n Art.T.u
a It h yi.-al recter. particularly that i
.;'.: a d.rt!y south of 15 Arstocsv.
ith the llji! vf Mexico l -.j.---i i. 5 oa .
tb scut Sit J! asd lh l.io lius-uc Iwr
il'. rsti eo the outa atid wn-t.
Vr.f'n the last U.r or Co yea-.
la the Urn: ry tL-Viietxl. 0 ;
t.-in Lis leva stven to grv.;5 r -. '
ti:.', they r i'.aiit.g at a t.u, h ',
th y ru: She t'.i v 1 :v a va p-joe on
Norihrra ti arki hi-, h sua-kct ther i
virtually iuvade w.tboal a rvu tetitor ,
The ri-'-t ia grvwisg eetlle ta
th: rr.to.y wi l t- s-!-a b aa .u- j
Ic.atl.'a cf the t-''. otjr r Jrv. j
Cared frvr rv liab'.e S-m.-VvS, shiwisg
Net Esrniej Pr Acr: j
-Wa'.t-i ti. I. r f:vu ITJ 00 to Ji 5 C-X
;? a3Hn-s frv- t?0 J to ITS , j
Xi'Ujj trvsa l:j W tv l:-iv-i.
Vav'm.'wvr ttvtw tJ t i U ff.'li'.i j
"le xr.s s:;4 tn:i '.. J. tj !
-Tomati f:v:a $'. 0 1.0 tl-l-J-J. -"IN
'Iot fro:i J J eJ t S ;'.' . I
t'Mor.a fivra f.i'J -;4 la l-iol. j
l'i'-M- IVj ; frv:a :.Ks- ta j
- ..-a per acre.
'the l Lli-av R.-e-J l!efn .-V i
Us .t 1'.' t. i t;C.i s-ai x;a- ,
u ia U i i ' '
'c w !.ji tat..-! fc" .: . an
1 a I w -. ; 1 a' I. Ij Im :
I ' - 'l ' J' '-
"X ...r f, an h . te: t t'.
f m w
I ' its r
'7 Lis !.'& -. if
i'-'-x ax I la t-. y.ir c ".?! o-''r
!-:.- fr'a It, wLl'h aa l.'di:
"A --'?.. rri:-. jtt r.'i, T-n T
'-rs, 5 t'.'.-'t wt-.i f.,' f---!i-,
f.--sj wh.-'.'a - ti '1 l j-? --r
ar 2 tl-a rs --i a (' : i r t.i - i-t
of It. i:-t. rait ; --.
V'b Cti tie i-r. .-.! f-t
ti.l Jr a-rj in j-i-.
"tF't" r kti f-i- -i .i - !i T'.'t
r' ? it (vi'.vr. fr-. f.;i -.
!. : f-.-s r- 7. . : ,
bt;--:. C-tj: 21 fr. llzy; SV.-J
-. iA Ci.-.t.r. w:"5 ?
t ' i j-t t-1 r-w a c-i: i -
cf C-vrs ari i' xs ci ti. ;-. 1
Ar.'..i-r rt'ri trv.3 f.-s i
car V.iis cf Cx:.i:r f-r.zx I- 5
rT cxr. wh Si w 8 i T .'----a et-'i
cf th f. are fc had
"At"C.l? z-e"-L aVrr si; tt.
I1 pr arr c-a Po'-at-'es. iJ p.i--l
the sarre r-rt:cl !n C'-it'-'H thtt y?ar
f.-on whi't. i realizs-i I". J rr a
wrtkh mai that grucai jiii b;s t.-
"Ai-vier r:j-3 j:?5-"i f .a. t:i
artM in Mt.'-.x whxh tu
Atrf Ett4 irt-H'l fr----a li
acr'-s la Oii.i.i. which wn .i jr
Ar.'ther t'ttM I'.T.tt:. cr ITJ
Ir a-re tise C'.zri Z'.l
acresi ia Alfalfa, !.:f. jil; la ci
year J.tTS tt aid scij at :i j,
'Aac,.l,r ree"vl I5CO fro a c-r e
acre la Cauliflower; sown !a J ;."y.
trars;'.ai.'.-d Sa At?aat. aad tnari'r-Tl
TL same ai'horlty jicis th f !
low in? ixtCfit from the Kml J-w-:h
IHilv. cf ChriUcott. III . .
cc tbousar is cf acres In the Llinoi
Cera Ftit. li sxy;
"I am os of the tearieri taxrxyrs
en fa-ra I2.T Is la Mason a-d Tjz-w"1
CojBtis. Illinois, and I lave b-s fa-m'.-ar
weh ti ctroliTx.s arocsd f n
Aitocio for 12 y-rs. Aty thrli-y
firmer can get rich, ai i make re
inoic-y c2 cf tfs the? laid, acre f r
acre, taa aiy Lisd Is lie t5-.a:e cf
jibo;k ir.ai e.4 trt.'3i i;m ti
per aa re "
Come to th lii i of t-eu:.f.' a-ia-shice
and aluiost perj-f-tuaa harrMt.
Where th people are prc.j; erv-.x.
La;. py aod txn:ectrL
Where th Cower tiooatesRiitti
la the year.
Where the farmer aid ga-i 'rrs.
whose eaoc rver ead, eat tomo
rrow a June geat;w la Jan ii-y, aa 1
bask ia mid wia-.tT s balmy aur a-1
Where the !aJ yiei! Is com;t
acd tt prices rerDutera'.ire.
Where aotavthicg cxa be rlvl
and hirvested evry moith sa tie
Wher th e'.imat Is e-x m l! th it
th North-ra firmer her save pric
ticaj'.y ail his f il L.;: and tire-.
rwrth the t-oi cf clothisg Li faui..y
la tte North.
Where tte eouat.-y l advasrlr. aai
property value rapij.y li,-rea :.
Uter all stock, with jut aiy : . 1.
fatten winter au summer, oa :V k
lle K"es ar.d brush
Where the same Ur.d ylfl.ls the
"sbs'ir.tia!. of lh ten:;-r'. a.4 li
lv.v'.ine cf the ire pic Icr.ew,
vl"r th farmer d . rt ft
wo:k bar-S six motitts la Ce )tar !j
nx.se f-ej t Irx? lit 'ok Irons y.
teg darir, the h, as tivy dJ 1.1
liis North aa! North ec.
br Itere .- a- a.-'.st .vr.it and
pi i do li , t have to wo-k t a- ! ?
Lv pi, u:y as 1 a i la the b---t - ;e-
Where the t hi wv.k !i s- J
bae more tj show f -r -it th. ti
Can !s ar.y cvu;try la tte I sikd
Where h. 3i-i. tic "! f.'scv tn
b b i;!i f -r tv thus l a i If cat la
tii N.ma. .
W tetw suat.'iie srjj t-at j rvVo
tioK are w " . 1 o a
Wbcie laJi-rvs w '. h A'!-i a. V-
cti'.i Catarrh. May I evrf aud lc.o-t
Truut : tied r ... I
' W Le-e. ort-, r 4-I e fiy.t an I
VtriTi -tab:.", wtich , en rlrr) mou'U
1 the .-. tU.- Lm .f Is b-'tcr u!
k' ex-;.ssve it tt la thv No .-?.
V. I-'- the Wlter ( jej-tf. . :' as I
Where tr txvr j are so lo ttat th
a:voift U t.-ccr rcei
S... r,.K.,t. j ,,,,,. .h.H.l
art Ch'irv fc.-s vf a I d .--oa.-' r i '; . i- i an
I i c':;j1
V her .ace. plenty ai f i w. t
W li-ii It U o h. a'lhc tht thert
are f-w fh -.,-i una snj m--t if thru,
U ttuakw a Itviilj s :-:i:e!.t their i
Cvm tfo II X t ujlites.
n pfovisj Ihit ttr siatmect
ia tf.ii a iveri'.itrdiT.t is fist true.
Write lor 3.4-rr itarnt aJ aviua
el i.crst Jrti.
C. F. iilMMONti,
III X.m f an 5a i.vii.a. Tia
Y, 6 .1 ot 5 i J
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, I t " u - 'I d at
ki.. ,w. J .i wi ' . ): i " . i
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it le hi. 1 t lSim
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