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At t ho opera house toiH.liU
Col lirllUn or OdtwM vMled lltWy
ORttln till week.
Mr. tntt Mrs. 1'uswilnmii returned
HiUMd y from UkjH Ulilo trip,. 1
Ui..t DuiloliettV and wife, I'f
Midland, took In tho 'oitith ut Carls
V. A HotMlfrMin illlil V. It. HrOWII
of Odesnt wcro In town n fow duys thin ,
II i. v Ilntnnionn wontdowil to I't'CM.
ndnv where lio snout lh Fourth .
VMlIng friend mid relatives.
The seventeen months old child or
Mm. Unit OrUtman died Tuesday,
Jtily 4, mid was burled Wednesday.
K4 Wilson wentdown to I'ocos, Mon
day whuro ho will do Bomo fancy eur
lit nlcr work on tho 1 V. & N. It. do
pot. m Mrs. Geo. rrlodonbloom, of Itoswell,
visited with Kddy friends u fuw day
thin week und uttoudod the Fourth
duo. White, tho liagorman . sheep
f man, was In town several days this
wcok uud look In tho celebration. Utu
clo (loorgo hud u fluu tlino.
T. 1). Itogors, of tho cor dopurtnient
ot tho railway, was down from Itoswell
tho first of tho week shak In hunda with
hid frluudH and enjoying hlmseir.
Thu play ut tho iiporn hotisu to-night
will bo ono or the bust over given In
thu valley by looul talent. Kvoryono
should sco "Tun Nights In a liar
Thu numa of tho post olllco hns boon
olllulally changed from Kddy to Carls
bud. Mull ttddresscd to Carlsbad wil
Und Its way to this point Barely from
thin dull) on.
Cco.Munroo, tho Itoswell contrac
tor and builder, took In tho Fourth ot
Cailsbad. Mr. Munroo was ono or tho
early builders In Hddy but lias rosld
A ed In Jtoswoll for live years.
Just boforo tho bicycle roco the
Fourth some admirer of I'hll Klrcher's
speed drove a jni knlfo Into his pnuti-
motlc tubo and thereby oeat l'hll out
of tho chanco of trying his speed.
Tho play Monday night at tho opera
honso by tho Midland Dramatic club
was well attended nnd n few of the
oharaclora were goed, though sumo did
not know tholr lines, causing tho effect
to full short.
JV1 Itltchlo nnd Carl Akin, of Odes
snoxos, tho printer boys on- tho Jto
tlow nt that point, were In town for n
oouplo of days, They took In tho colo
bratlon ot 1'ecos tho Fourth and report
a Tory tame uffulr.
Frank II ray, who oamo down Itos
woll for the Fourth, says ho could
Hardly bcllovo his eyes when ho found
oo many Improvements going on Im
Carlsbad. Frank says tho town beats
anything ho has seen.
Nib Jones was lined 85.00 and coitfe
and W.F.Cochran gave bond to op
pear beforo tho next torim of dlstriot
court In Justlco Iloberlo court Wed
nesday as n result of on altercation In
tlru Chinese restaurant a week ago.
Frank Ithelnboldl'wos In town Mon
day, attending to- business beforo tho
prOhato court, f.r, Ilholnboldt' reports
heavy rain in and around Mllltr. Uo
soys ho will havo oUlJ oUotlthalfa
crop or tomatoes for' cannlngthifrren
son. JudgoFrecmatf. Jolta Fronklln and
BJT. Jllttliis are becoming' Invotcrate
Orshermen, for nearly every Saturday
they start out and lost Saturday did
riot return until 'Monday evening. Tho
ifib siring was not so largo as Uk week
beforo bnt tho ttorlos hold out all
Mr. C. J. Deraorost, of May N. M.
and Mrs.Xnnoy Vost wcro united in
the holy bonds of matrimony Sunday
mornlntr. Iluv. W . lit Thornton ofllcl-
V .tnir Thu renortcr extends best wish
es. Mr. and Mrs. Demorcet, lelt Sun
day night' for their- home In Hddy;
Mr. Mrs? Geo1, A. Whlto of Hogor
:rban were' In town this week. While
hero Mrs, Whlto underwent on opera.
!6n for im affection of the eyes per
formed by Drs. Whlcher & Mochlau.
m u'kiin wan nomneilrtl'to remain
AJ (HI If e w ' -
In her room with banduged eyes on ac-'j
' ..- -. ..... i.j..hIIih .ulilf.li lintviivnr
CQUIlV 01 IIIO UJW1UUWM lllll"
was very succesatlili
Sheriff Stewart rettifhtkl from Texas
Monday In time' to delebriito tho 4th.
th l.xl l.ontl nnnn ttvbr it rfillt with
dlrii Nlte tllo Noted' Texas desperado
A . 1 .t S.I...4
id murderer, naving ibkcu uibv
yrthy to tho Teios pen wlioro he tlll
buuuly remain tne uamuce ui hid
rlava Mr. Sti-tvarC U1T1U6U OtBU ut
tjie reward ho received equally among
liU four uklatorita who stood by hlrri
Sfcuobly when Nlto sHU hlt gang were
IdftOU U HVV. .'- -R--
K it. Jior
n tntrlnu VH tn TeXlll WAS
c,iaa v 'i"B t , ,
tald the reward had dwindled to about
. i. .ill. IJI 1...S
1 600 part or wmon is sun impnm um
ss the oillcers feel quite easy about the
imlanan as the governor of Texas faas
Bftouft restloutlUro fdr lU
Till! CHLIIBUATION WAS A
CflAS IN UVIIRY WAi
taken in near Alamogordo. Th
sls'taots wore ii'. 1). Clark, l. It.
Stey.ll Usiery nnd. Tdiii Tucke
Otero coiiuty dbimly. WhtitJ'thl
Ttis Vkmt AtlendeJ CelcVr.itlon liver
Held la lite Vallt.)1 -Tfca Sports.
TUc eeletirnlien In Carlsbad was Imt
tK ulUiidd lltiin uny previews yonr In
the hlr.twy of the town. At early day
bniik uvory sound imrtoiidod the day
would be fittingly nlworvwl. The
Itoswell and Midland ponplu wero on
hand early snd could b counlixl in
downs at every oomor. At ton o'otosk
tlit llro compiuilos marched to tho
grounds from their Imll with tholr
carts, wIipii the crowd iilol:ly gnther-cd.
A the appointed hour Hon. John
Frnuklln mounted tho speakers stand
whloh nSH u wagon provided by John
Jtokiii for tho ooeailon, when he pre
sented tho speakers, Judge Freeman
nnd Hon. (1. A. Hlohnrdsonof llcmivell,
nt the same llmo Informing the people
ofthosorlous lllmws of Mr. A. X.
Frott, who wtu nlto down for n toik.
ludgo Froman's remarks wero con
llnod to a short unaiysls of tho decla
ration of Indepcndeiiuis whloh ho very
plainly showed was violated In spirit
by tho war now being carried on
against Iho peoplu-of thu L'hllipplno
Islands but declared nil good Amori
cans wished to we our anus victorious
even though opinions differ concerning
tho jiiHtluo of our ouusu,
Hon. (1. A Itluhurdsnii paid n IiIkIi
eompllment to .ludgo Freomau saying
that, though thu earth contained ninny
line orators, nouo could bo oIiohuii who
would ho completely lilt thu place or u
speukui for thu puoplo or tho valley
than our own boloved Judgo Freeman.
Mr. Itlchardson, than whom no better
Fourth of July spoukur can bo found,
then doliverod u short nddriws along
thu same line us Judgo Freumuu, thu
Philippine war being the prluulpnl
topic. The speeches wero woll re
ceived by tho crowd, nearly nil of
whom seemed to agree with tho speak
ers. After thu spunking tho crowd ad.
journed to thu race traoft on Lea
street, whero thu hose rnco and cowboy
tournament was pulled oft,
At 10:30 tho huso rnco for a prlzo of
30. 10 was pulled off, Chief McKwan
starting tho teams with S. I. Itoburts
as judgo nt tho outcome, Tho teams
inado a lino run, No. 1 winning by
about 20 feet In tlto run of 150 yards
und ten r.ecnnds In coupling, Nonu or
tho boyu wero in good trulnlng though
the time Hindu was less than ,!il.
in tho tournament Tom Vest prov
ed tho most expert ring rider, securing
eight rings to Henry Angulrs live,
whilo tho other riders only secured two
or throe each. The prize wus 830 cash.
Tho pony races wcro next in ordor.
Itiisooo's mure winning by about eigh
After tho races tho barbecued meat
and broad was attackod by tho crowu.
Mr, Geo. M. rondleton and assistants
had roastod four beeves ami twelve
muttons In vory goooUshapo and tho
crowd did omplo justlco to tho board.
A long table was filled with moot,
bread and coffee and all, both rich nnd
pour enjoyed tho meal which was serv
ed by pollto wnltora In now tin plates
After the barbeuuo tho ball game
commenced. Mr. C. C. Kmerson was
chosen umpire. All seemed to go well
until about the closo of tho third in
ning wlion'McDonotd of the Carlsbad
team Btolo homo from third, tlregory,
tho Midland pitcher objected, saying
dftrasterisM evwy ilsiwrtoibnt'ol
tfur store. Cure lit tilling yur
preMrlptlensi wiro in giving you
juat vlmt you want, whether yeu
atom (r it yurteli or wmd lUm
tillJrn. And busk ol this w
dnrn ear In the mImUbh ul
IHe(tlsr8ll ywe. W have
nJ tWl the ThU U rl-
attma tn vary snteia v Mil
)H mettef whMher yoc tv a
Br4trlptleti nilwt or Uuy n tooth
fkiuh yu eau rnt nwurwl It wilt
beet the bMt quality oiitalnabl.
We Uuy Hly from rcgHlnHl
MiWtastHran. and being large
buyers obtain eicinl mtlVket in.
fate Whlf h enable ut to sell at
leweet nttMlble prle eeneii"
t yfiid falRh quality, we oner
tU tills servfMfl It you SVe die
laittned In any way-vo go lur-'
tiier-audjretund ymr money.
Eddy Drug Go.
lllll I. Ijtll.l. I 1 . 1 . . I 1 . 1 . I. I 1 . 1 . I. .1.1. I. It... t. I
Bt Line of Cignrn In Towiu
My Uking stale drns llki
sHite tores srll-wniMi jwi
osn always soetire fmm us
..Drugs In Tovn. .
Paints, Oils, Brushes and Sundries.
T. F. BLACKMORE.
2 Onors south of llorol.
Tn nllit Ton Nights in n llur
Mrs. S. 1. lldlK-rla (1tiairlol Tl.iii d i)
for a vielt i PprtitKitHit, Mo.
Mr. mill Mm. V. (I. Wncrin r r'.
iriifil bom" )iti'riliiy aftariniiin lmin
a villi ii K tueky.
I'Miill. Kww, of LNHWHrnl . wti.
N. Y., come 1.1'lssl week, J'Mdn),
h at prvteiil iniHoyml In tho ! i
Tracy ft MdMrati.
V (I. Hamilton, of HnmviVi. v'io
won Id Imvo imlde u hihhI uidiili-o tr
the Ksmu liutAvetiu M tdlntid ami t m Ih -
bad, wits in Until the Fourth with (im
HilJslde Dairy Farm,
-1 f j; .- . 'J xm.ij-- u.
V. II. imVAr?T.
t nitff i n..u
o i-resii Vrcitm, i iiikuiki outLur deliver
ed to Alt Parts of the City.
Spoolol Cows for Invalids
und Children. . . ,
cowq ntOM ont iiboihtbiikd iiriid oi-jrkskv
cArri.it iou sai.k at aui. iimkb.
ho understood thu :umplro had t ailed
'time." Tho umpire a', first sold ho
bid not called "tlnio" and that tho man
was entitled to thu run. Tlion tho
Midland pitcher, Urogory, rerusud to
play and tho iimplro ordered McDon
ald buck to third base. Then tlcorgo
Lucas, thu captain or thu Carlsbad
team, said ho would refuse to allow his
men to pluy unless the run wus count
ed. Then Gregory, the Mldluud pitch
er, Bald that was just what hu wauled
and walked away. Then tho gamo
broko up whllo tho score stood threo to
three. Many elforts wero made to
again got tho players together but
Gregory, tho pitcher had gone, bo tho
other sports wero then attended to.
The live mile bicyclu race wus won
by Frod Nymoyer with II. K. Hates
second. Dates won thu oncfourth
The freo for all rout rscu wus won by
a Itoswell man.
Tho dance und llro works In tho
evening wero excollunt features and
wero altonded by a largo uud entlius
Elastic crowd. Taken altogether thu
celebration was u grand success nnd
much credit Is due the committee hav
ing the affair in charge Wero it not
for tho bull gamo being broken up so
uucerlmonlously thu day would havo
been Impossible to excel. However,
Carlsbad ls uotnlono for Gregory, tho
Midland pitcher, broko up the gamo
in 1'ecos the fifth artor several innings
woru played, thu score standing ten to
three In favor of l'eww.
We Don't Puff
. , , nlteal payjiiK printer
Idghlf) MilantM It le eonie
tTtTnu (raldli to KOixt taste.
Many bum nrlntum uet wtit)
Mlanee. 'IV cuhiIiint atm
the bin enUnl the lob printing
nt outineM men in
pojnty and let the othe
(owuuBauut oigin w
lo. fnmi want got
Ibs beastiM It Ih e heat) i
aKnM. but II you waul imuttv
wirK by Ijutn prlntern ho le
wfeef. 1)011' l cHrtiie to tliU
K. 11. Daniels wife and two children
and Ilevorly llnghos oameln Thursday
morning from Jiostland county Texus
by wagon. Mrs. Daniels is a nleoe of
Mrs. W. L. Hughes and is here for hor
health, and they may locate.
Jesse Uallou returned Monday lrom
Clifton. Arisona, having ueeoinjianled
Jerome Jidwurds to that iwint, leav
ing some two weeks ago. Jesse only
tarried a day or two In Arlsonu. Ho
says theootintry is too hard for him.
Reduced Uates for Summer Trips.
Commencing Juno 1st and continu
ing to uud including September 90th,
10W, the Texus fc Pacific Hallway Co.
will soli round trip summer tourist
tickets to points f i Alabama. Ailtan
eni, Colorado, District of Columbia,
Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky.
Maryland, Maeuohtrsotfi, Mlehliran,
Minnesota. Miseiulppl, iliBsourl, New
York, North Carolina, North Dakota,
Ohio, Ontario. Tonnsylvanla, Quebec,
South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia,
West Virginia and Wisconsin, at a
nnndiWiriilitn rndlletiuti 111 rathn.
See the nearest ticket qgeul for full
information or write 11 v. Turner, 0.
P. & T. A., Dallas, Texatr, '
Goo. Ltiuos will do ull kinds of drny-
Ingnnd hauling promptly.
Takun it: A bay mart) blind In
nil,, t;,. lirmiflnil 1 If fl fi,t li.ft ll.li.t.
ij. ...... ...v.. ... i... .w.i. 1111,4,,
nnil tSH minnpnti'il I It iilinvn H mi lull
shoulder, Owner win havo same by
applying 10 11. it. iiarxey ami paying
UUU III! HUB UUlikU.
1'ondluton & Jiimn Imvo lino llverv
rigs, buy uud grain ut lowest rules for
Par Snlo at n Sacrifice.
I will soli my proporty consisting of
lot in center of. Carlsbad, lluu baku
oven nnd good Improvements, nt u
vory low figure. Call and see mu as
urn dotormluud to sell.
K. r. CAiti.ii.
Found: A bunch of keys on thu
barbecue grounds; eniiiiireut thla of
Tho county board will meetugaln
next Monday to duoldo on and put-In
operation sotno method whereby the
walls ot tho court homo may bo
strengthened. An Iron rod will pro
bably be run through thu trout can
neotlng with iron cleats on tho sides.
The brick in tho court house aro of u
poor quality houco tho crocking of tho
The commissioners of Kddy county
will shortly set n dntu for competitive
examinations for ondot to thu Military
Institute nt Itoswell. All upplioanta
for tho pluuo accorded this oouutry will
be examined by thu committee consul
lug of MossrcB. A.N. l'rutt A.J. Kmer
son and T.J. Welch, Tho boy who
shows tho best in his studies will be
allowed freo tuition and board at tho
ED B CSSHSS
1 B 1
tm MM UL1, w
9 M M M
BaBa I B Bosbbi
le now ready lor buelneea nith
three ami-alam workmen.
No Cut Price.
lint -slnas trissjfi anil tint
You nniwer tua qHettti
J. M. Summey, t
yp y ny y y y y tt
FohSai.h: yino btook ranch neof
railway. Private water right. 100
asres deeded. Good Improvements,
ot only tun dollurs per. aoro, Call or
WM. II. MUI.I.ANK,
Carlsbad N . M.
TakbnVI': One bay horso about
eleven years old branded cross on loft
hip and 7 with bar across on left
shouldor. Owner can havo same by
applying to lidgar George on the Itobb
place across ditch.
"Koiiulo 1 Iteed of Itoswell took In
the celebration at Carlsbad, K'ennlu
is an old time Hddy boy and while be
hardly knew the town but
few reoognlted him so largo has he
ami mime, rne miiee ewiMiiitm kim
tun uud one twenty dollar bill unit
some aiiiall change, forty nr. fifty eeute
riie huuest llutlar please Imvo ut Hits
Mr. A. N. J'rstl's iimny frlvmte win
be tialuud to hear that he wnn ImKwi
suddenly III J'rlduy night of lust wi-k
with urnuiw tu the bowels, tlw tronUh-
vory much resembles Jtulsinstliui n!
the bowels. At prosuul Mr. Pratt Is
itbtu to sit up nnd hopes to be mil In
another week or two.
.1. ,M. Summey, of the Kilt tiarbtT
ahnp mid bnth rooms, Is onmpleloly lit -
led up In his new utiHrtarM next dnnr
1 1 Curie's bahory. Two Due pnronlusu
Imth tub have Ikii put In Hhd th '
ilnu lomn lltti-d In ull thu latest and '
most nobby s.yli. Tho shop roitlitliis
the lluust bnrtHT otllllt III th Peoos
Valley, thu mirror uud clmlrs bolng of
thu latest puttft n, all of imltirnl nuk
hard oiled. The plate glass front put
jii by the owner of thu building, 1'ruiilt
llurflold, Ih ihu largost ami lluest front
In CiiiIhUsiI. The Kilt shnp Im ii vul
tiablo auquislllnu to tho town mid nun
that redouts great oredlt mi the owner's
! l I n- 1. 1 ..( in
Jesslu Itasseu 'last his poslut bunk j,.,,,) ,. ,,. , ,,,
lie Pnurth Hume where Uetwmn l
iimMtT,e'Ml'lHtfiiiK'li; e.iillm Mi. Tttal
tiwS4WW VIguroiK .mil titir iTuirs aadt
will vi' :i Jwry jf"l market soiti
Tli -Wi flw! tMMi- iruim k h'w II kiiomt
warlHy uitil Hn;r'utiKt-ii-tvly In lies
'Valley. Jt i a r ipi-fi uud on s
iMiini ol il eiiiii'.'"wi m- I- wfU, Tin
AikHth.n i iv-ti-: i' " I, l-big tie
t i A l enutfr e .i... ui HMi-.i -mud ro
m nii.lt ii fcl ii .iir..i;., eltfm-i) us to to
d iili oK i4 ili'ti'Tui I, m Inn , I'Iib frrdft
.. IM ! v s th il Ivxlllllllg la
n Hie IHti Hiiultiii-ii i lit le it un til OXOBV
, 1 1 a, d i I,-., iitii, h.imi ui I'm- ipo frost
mi i l.i liii- . 'in I !i iil'i-mly c ti tllt'rci
iiy 11 ii vi til Appbs
ii i in Vullay
v.'i, 1 1, iir'ttl ilitsorlb)-.
'iiimilvil lii i-very oc-
i ..u. in ., ,.i. I- I,. -,11111 .iiiiliiliiniustis
mu. H- It ill! cumin mile II lllfll
k- nit b in. irk I
T I u ii h a r iit-i-n uiiiiir eutly
ft i um . . i : 'i I, .in -Inn (nil IL not
bet-1 1 Tim Cm- twlum- I;!.- 1.1.(1 wlllcll
llij K ll ill li-i 'flint I u i'i- Mli-r or lsss
iliirx-i1, I n' I' Imitlri'i ipiia liiilifcrlb
ull i h- ii us im Hi -y i li-n Hint niotv
It it, h.i y ,i will lni.r'lr-nn ih itf.ilu oa
tthls Mii,jii-t miillt-tia No. 1.1 -New
Milcn atHtft of Ai'ili'iiSnmo and
M.-t-hanlc Arts, nnd tOwporlmnnt Stat-I..I.
V.tll -I I
i T,,ic i
jw Finest i
m Ever Ki
III Brought to va
M the &
m Come and
m Thcml fti
1 Harness and i I
m Repair Work (11
Dono, j J
I Pat Murray, l
A .tun- YlirU llHii- Toll Vhr Tbej)
Am Su I'upiilnr In AnirrU
".Viiwhure, perlmp. in the- world n
aninna grown to mioIi n statu of psrfee
llfin a In thi-.IU-nniulnf," tnld n whole-wall-
produeu murvhatititnSCuw Vork to
llii writer fur tin- Star, miit-ully. "TUo
j lmlmy ollmnle nnd rich koII of ditto
j UlniuU, l-(Ti thfr mIIU tliirnrrful fntl.
1 ih'.h n f cultlvadon, huvt flowibjet'd to
jirmliiPi- an nnlnn lliat. (or stae anil fhv
ror. la prrrUmi. Tht- vegetable will np
iifto from nnr-liiilf in one oiuiil nuQsi
liuir In weight. It It iiIwhjm ou mf.
juluy and itImi. and llmi' nuod iunU
Hmi an- en well apptwdated by Ameri
can tlmt nlmiit 300,000 crotea of tjm
onlona nw annually nhtppctt to tlm
"I'ruimi-ntlotK tn supply the limrkeln
of thin i-oiiiilry itri- iiiodr i-arly lu Jntiu-
. nry. nud ulii-n gntlirrrd lu Mrtrentifiil;
April the oiiluna nn- enreftilly n l.-H-(l
and pai kisl In i-rnl, . wilftlilni,, wlirn
lllleil, loo pniimlh. The union nr then
taken In Hip gi-uerol ri-crlrlng wharf, i
wlnnv they nre aubjeuli-d Ion rlplil In-sprri-lunli)
irnvi-j-iiniont nllei-ri. If the
ipmllty of tin- iiroiluce la not good nnd
any liiiH-t-fct nrdrenywl uprelmpo urn
found, the farmer U uindp to plrk the
jrooili over nnd replner thent. Thn
onions nre then pniiM-d by thi-JnsHTtoi
and when t lie crate have hern ulosed
and nmthid by the shipper they nre
londi-d on board a Mctim ahlp. which,
I lifter a voynge of IS hour, Intuit, them
pi-liirlimllr In ?iiv York. Iteir uon-
fJiilnciita nf from 1,000 to S.OWri'Hite.
.cuc-li i out, lining noonloiiii, nrenlred
' -..... mi . . .
iwiiinri-i-Kij-. ine vrgpmme ih tuiiiuiy
sohl by the wt-lglit, nnd la now worth
About, live i-uiiU rr pound relull."
Thr l.nruoii Trri-e In the tVotld.
The Inrgeat tri'e lu tlir. world la to
bo aeeu nt MnMMill, near the foot nf
, .Mount I'tiiu. nnd Is nil I ed "The Chest
I nut Treo of n lliimlri-d llornen." Itn
iiiinii- i-oih- from the report that Queen
Jnne, of Aragnu, with her principal
nobility, took rufugn frojij a violent
storm under Its hmuehes.' The trunk
la two hundred nud four feet tticlrcum-fi-rencu.
Tho lurgeat tree In the Untied
Ml ulra, it la knld, stands near Hear creek,
on the north fork of thu Tulo river,
in California. It mrnaitres 110 feet In
clreumferenee. The irlnnt redwood
Ireu In Nuvudiv la 110 feut in olrcttm
furence. Iidlea' Home JoUrunl.
The llarllust Orchard I'rults.
In thu Agricultural College Orchard
thu llrst fruits to ripen wero: Cliorncn,
Juno Ith, Karly Itlchmond, Junu'tli.
Appricots, lliirgunuo, ripo Jtiuu 8th,
Largo Karly, Juno 20th, Ambrolso,
Jimu 20th, Moorpurk, Jtiuu Ulth, Pcan
Doyenne tie Kate, ripe Juno Wild,
riiims, Ilayo Slmoni, rlpo Juno 8th,
Wild Goose, Juno 'JUnd.Cly man Prune,
Juiiu'JUth. l'eaeh Arkansas Traveler
ripu Juno -Mb. Apple, Karly Harvest,
Of the Bovoral varieties of cherries
thut luivu ripened only thu ltsol Klrchu
Is worthy of mention, other kinds bear
ing cither very little or very poor fruit.
Jisol Kirohe is ii cherry ot fair alto,
skin u Hue bright red, Juloy, of Ilnu
Uavor and Is a good hearer. This is
the only cherry that has been fruited
in Ibis orchard that esu be reoeui
mended as worthy n plaee in an oreh.
Several varieties of AprlsoU ripened
about the same time, but only the Lar
ge llurly, and the Moorpurk boro any.
thing like a good orop. Thu quality
both us to sire and lluvor is poor ux
cept the St Ambrolso which uore a few
oxeellent specimens and the Moorpurk
whloh also is of good quality. Tho
Doyeimu do Usto pour Is a smull fruit
of good shape and oolor, yellow when
full ripe, tlngwl with russet and red.
It bore a full orop and if It bears equal
ly as well every yur It Is worthy a place
in the home orchard; and probably will
sell well on the market on account of
its extromo oarliueis.
The Ilayo Slmoul plum (a Japanese
variety) bore a few nloo specimens but
it Is not a sure cropper. The Clymtin
I'riino Is a dark red plum heavily cover
ed with a blue bloom, of good sine und
Onra tVltliniit Wheele.
Street ears without wheels nre tho
latent novelty in uhlcles. Thoenrsrttn
on ball beatings, nnd, being near tho
sol Klrche, rlpo May 18th; Osthlne, I ""o instead of rnlai-d nbove II. nr not
..., in. m., ii.oi..' i i.'l uiwt ? n, "O'"0 amount of rcslst-
nncu lu the form of centrifugal force.
Much grontcr nperd is thus' obtained
nnd tho wear of tho balls in ohrrylng
thu car la much leaa than the wenr of
tho wheel rim. Thu nuiveineiit gf Ihu
cor Is cosy nnd ngrccflbloi Chicago
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