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Tilín DTOGK OliOVEH
ft4hi muni lasa.
tlarrlaoao Calila Itancli Co. (I.luillao
W. V. Mi I)oni.i, Managar.
P. U.: WtiltaOaka, N. M. Hnni; ( arlaoco.
Mora brand, aaiua aa caula, plai-ad on tqa
hi ttrnd kil a p lut tU niultj mnum bar til
toó wulr hu un lfl b'!'- Singar R-t Nato
Orange J ii 4 4 Farmer.
TIih contract for the construction of
t)i tugar (nitor; at Hay City, Miili ,
lia lieen awarded tott.e l'. W. Wolf Co.
of Chicago. Tli work Is alreiidy under
way, and the factory is to be ready for
0i' ioliii hikiuI Oriuiirr si, uh ra
pacity of i"() ton Let t per duy. 1 he
Mtch'EHi sugar eoinmiriy in now iums
trig contráete "nth titrmers for the nel
son's supply of Diets, with good pros
pecta of suect-M. -arneia re iimrh
interested in Urn mat 1T, but as a rule
do not rare to contract tor many acres
beem tins year, prefetring to try raising
the crop in a hiii.iI! Way uiilil remilU
are ascertain!, 'i'liis factory has a
la; gt section of coMjtry from vhh'h to
draw supplies, there being no ot her l"
The lliiflalo beet augar coi:ipany, of
Brunt, Ktie county, X. V, was incorpo
rated February 7th, with a nipiui stock
of iiKXVMlO, divided Into f,OU) shares of
cominon stock, to tnnufacture and re
tine beet augar. Tfi directors are:
Clarence M lenton, líetijamin Kenton,
Herbert I. liissell and Kugenu K. lleude
Of ItulTah), and Jho ti. liattelle or l i
qua, Ohio. The Krit I'reserting Co. is
back of it.
'The factory at Home, N. V., did not
pay last season, with Hew machinery
and experts to superintend every de
partment," writes a friend. Tim truth
Is that this factory it equipped w ith old
machinery from a defunct concern at
I'arnham, Quebec. It was bought cheap,
but probably it would have been belter
economy to have paid what the ma
chlnery cost to let il Slav at Tamliam
Hnd purchased a new and modern outfit.
'I he Home factory started too late in
the season tj get a suit dent supply of
beets. In spite of all these olmiacleH,
however, this factory has demonstrated
that it only requires an abundant sup
ply of beeta, say 30,01") to oOWMJ tons, in
order to pay Rood profits on its capital,
bt-Hiiles netting farmers 94 a tou tor
The factory at Menominee Falls.Wis.,
was a failure la 1SM5 and did not run at
a'.l in 1VJ?, r juse of financial ditlicul
tus and character of the equipment
not biH'Hiisn of poor beeta or lack of
them. There will probably be numer
ous othr failures from like causes, in
future year", ah of w hich emphasize the
necesNity of starting right.
Owing to the opposition of France,
the proposed European International
conference, to readjust sugar bounties
and taxes, bus been Inilcllult.-ly pout
poned. It Is a serious question, what
the futura has In store for the F.uropean
beet sugar Industry, now that its export
bounties Hr ollset by preferential du
ties of an equal amount in the l ulled
St.it s The effort to Impose like pre
' ferential dutiea on suirar Iroin bounty
laying coun'nes has fulled In the Kng
ish government, but is likely to be tak
en up again, In order to give sugar from
Its own colonies an equal chance in the
The Walbh and Finnell ranches, In
(ilenn county, Cal., which have always
been sowed with wheat, are not being
put into gram this season, the Intention
being to devote them to beet culture.
This is but part of an enormous area
in this and liutte, the adjoinlug county,
which is to be planted under contract
wi'a eastern capitalists, who have
agreed to erect factories for working
Isaac S. Dement, of Chicago, is
known as the champion shorthand
writer. At an olllcial meeting at Lake
tieorge, N. Y., In he wrote 2.".2
words a minute for live consecutive
minutes from new matter, lie claims
to have written 403 word in one muí.
ute before a biiainesa college at ijuiucy,
iDlnilai .IP OiKf ' I Oermany.
The Importation of American aoples,
v.hh h reached unprecedented propor
tions In 1V1, says Consul General Ma
non of Frankfort, (ermany, hns created
grest Interest abroad . Their superior
M.tvor and tenderness proved so con
vincing that tins season, notwithstand
ing a shoit supply and consequent high
prices al home, i, o.n oaneis Aineiitaa
apples were latub-d before November
lnth at the single port or llamnnrg.
I he (ermaii Hgricultiiral press has
caught the essential point of the sub
ject, and now dilates eloquently upon
the fact hit herto'Hlmost unrecognized,
that most ; rmao apple growem have
hitherto aimed to produce large quan
tities l!ltH of high quality, and bv
growing natural frait., much of which
has be n used for cider making, have
left their choicest markets open to Con
queat by American farmers, who culti
vate mainly choice, grafted variet'es,
and renew their trees when they have
passed their best period of productive
vigor There will be an industrious
planting and grafting of apple trees in
the Fatherland during the next few
years; but whether any apple grown In
the humid climate of northern F.urope
can equal the best American fruit is
more than doubtful.
Iliitcliinsoii Slock Yards Oomp'y
ji rjTCirTiTOOir, icaitdao.
Aro'-'olnt IV V RR !, Vrm II.'HISRiI. nfl errnmnn.(1!ln for rattle and afceep. TMV
rfliiptnii yanta hare dlre-l cMfll.n with ill rillrnvli rmnlng Into Unit hlneoa - ive roede. '
wsii-:ci l caueüvi:n stock in transit.
A Phut Bon t K""" Oity after Fd and Hm
AS A STOCKER AND FEEDER MARKET
Tttv j&rdi oflnf anpprlor Indarf-mí-nta. JWt.'1lMrirtlt.f point In Kan
flood J'ftMtur and M"tr on oar owi Land for Rhep In Tranalt.
, I3E3NTCT. "W. TjJT)x:
erMn formation f'irnllid npn nrptlratlon iuuil Mia..
The falsification of wine, for many
years a growing i ndustry In only tier
many, now la to be made, a legalized
Industry as well. 1 tie product Is te
lie known under the name of "Kunst
weiu." The government is to gpt a
tax of twenty marks for each hectoliter
and the st HIT, properly labeled, is to be
Scoops for handling sugar, cofTee.etc.,
are being made with a weighing at
tachment, consisting of a system of
levers supporting the scoop, which Is
detachable from the handle, the levers
connecting with a spring controlled
shaft having a hand at Its upper end to
register on a dial.
Nan la re Koule-Calllornie, Limited.
Tb Callfurnla Limited now rniia three Minea a
a week between Chicago sod Loa An gal na, Tla
Hants fa Rout. Tba third anaaal mimi for
thta maiilOcnt train.
talimat of anprb vaatlbulad Fallmaa pal
ara alwpers, bnfft anrnkloc car, sod through
dining car masagad hy Krad llarvay. Moat lui
rlooa aarvlca Tta aar lina and tha faataat lima
Annthar aipraaa train, tarrying palaoa and
toorlat alampara, laava Daily for California.
Inqulraof Loral Afant A,T. Jt 8 f Rr.
Noonaaicept M. Hrunawlrk, of Laa Vanaa.
N. M , l.aa a rlht to all cattla brandad TT
on rlu'tit aula.
Ualllnaa ring. Ku Miguel County, N. M
Kr maik, crop both aara, I U I I Iloraabrand,
unilarbu on aar. Inlfua iaf I nip.
T. I. HI HNM.
T.J. Kit, Manager.
O : Park V iew, N. M ; rang
I alt,.u l.am, liio Arrltia coiintv. t aula braiula
on r'.til aide. Wnrk , to ara spilt. H"ra
bantl, aauia aa:aUla.
0-K XJEW MEXICO.
Wholesile í Qroqeks
LAG VEOAG A-ITID DOCOTIRO ITEW VEXICO
Ranch 6t Mining Su.pplies
WOOL. HIDES, PELTS AND GRAIN.
THE CONSOLIDATED CATTLE COMPANY
THOMAS CARSON, Manager, Iaa Vegas, N. M.
AssooiATae with amo mpnniNTio av tms Scottish o toaos and iamo invistmint coiaaAN
OF MI MIX'OO, LIMITS O., HUGH LOUDON MANAOCN.
Cattle. Calila t altla
OA lUk hip Itfl ''
All Increaaa W go luto the
l(J iiJí and kip
(boraeahoa) brand, and f
A. E. Ho or no.
P. O. : Fori Union, IS.
lUnir, Mor Co., tn vl
clnity tif Krt I'ultm.
Kr niairk, crop iind
ovr and uDtlurbii in tti
Moraw h t on
lb left tioulUtr.
MfftiMn Land and Cttl Co.
B. L. Ohmile, MDttr.
Mai-c'.alvna, N. Mr'
Vallav, lM-twern tlie
W - .. Á . I.... r. .1 -
taina ll. ailiinartar ranch
in Har canon.
i fluht, ffii-u.
left aide, I J (raiaraad four) lrfl kip
iiniw r-i on iff ai.. . ra loft
$200 Reward Notice.
Thu hov rowarrl will h paid for vltlnnr
Ifávtlitiif lo lh cn Irtinii and liii.r.oniiiwil la
th iwiiiiriUlairy uf .njr pfron linplUaitftl in tti
tiift n( 1 1 i . horw',, entile ur muy aniuit.lt ia
ti f.illitw hiü branda :
Paint brand on In p.
tiort, mala and cat tin brand
Uodf r alnp to left and ttpl furk
eWau , 0 w riicht lor awva.
ai . CDdralcp to lift and tpU fork
fc.w wltb ovr-blt for wtbra,
F. S. KEYES,
Hoawall, N. M.
i. P. 0ua, Treat.
M. II. Baiin .l. Vira I'real
h e . Van Kenan ,ecj. and Treaa.
8alado Tattle t a.,f rilntun.lowa.
hanch P. O. s Puerto
t, da I. una, N. M .
a Kanife, Halado, Baa
, í aiiifUHi connly.
2 t.ar mark, crop and
nnit rblt aa h aar.
tfnree braud, aama na
cattla ul tba left blp.