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Thcro wan it dunco lnil"!h,Iiltty night
II. Klchonwolil, of lit I'rtFo, wn In
. M. Tedford went to Itoswcdl by
H. II. Foot and .1. ('. Denny, of l)al
Iiih, wero In town yesterday.
II. II. Lee mid (loo. N6ff, of Den
ver wero registered nt tho llttgermuti
.Ino. ('. nnd Mabel Dixon., of Hook
urn II City, lown, worn nt tint llagoriuan
W. A. Kerr Is buying bones nt 81.00
ior tint, In trnde, nnd requests nil who
wnnt to sell to onll.
(I. O'Xell, of Hope, shipped m mitt
toiiH to Now Orleans Inst SitMirdny,
going with the. shipment himself.
Ilev. Kddington, presiding oldor
enmo In Tuesday. Ho Ia qulto "undor
the weather" with hl old cnmplnlnt.
Harry Simpson, of llnmllton, X. D
who has been hero for n few weeks, toft
with the surveying pnrly nnl Sunday.
Col. .Ino. 1). Overmoyor, of Chicago.
Ir spending n short tlmo with his Ron
on ii Ih recent purchase, the Tanslll
Mrs. Archie, losldlug near tlio opera
house, requofiU nny person who linn
lost it couple of tut key Kobblura to call
nnd get them.
A (olograph lino has been run Into
tho Keucrnl manager's odlce. wbcronn
Instrument will connect tho olllco with
tho I'ecoH railway HyRtem.
Itov. Sessions, of tho M. K. church,
haH been holding n series of meetings
tho past week, each afternoon nnd
evening, with his ubuuI successful re
sults. S. K. Kinney, for tho past threo yonrs
the trusted assistant of Mr. Pratt tu
tho lumber yard, departed thin week
for Itoswell, from which point ho will
ro out with the surveying pnrty on tho
extension of the railway.
.Ino. Ileitis como In to-day from
Tompo, I'luenlx and Tucson, Arlt. Mr.
wobstor and family nro located nt
Tempo, whero Mr. Webster will run
tho soda workH, .lohn will remain in
Eddy and conduct the business here.
S. I. Roberts last week leaned the
Dlaukcushlp place, adjoining town,
from 0. II. Eddy for one year. Mr.
Roberts will farm tho place, rulsu hogs
nad.mllk cows, the coming scnRon, with
nn assistant to toko chargo of tho store
during his nbsonce.
Prof, Kdw. LuIIocn, wife awl ion,
nnd Mr. Arclilo Perry, entertained (he
people with hypnotism last night, pep
forming Bomo very astonishing feats.
Tho experiments wero amusing und
Instructive to innny who hud experi
ence In tho line.
Undo Hob Uilbcrt was in town last
Saturday, and whllo making a friendly
onll incidentally remarked ho had
plei'.ty of fine seed sweet r.9os,
which Ijo is 'tiling very reasonable.
Undo Hob sa.'ho would not "kick" If
tho Ct'iuiKNT happened to state tho
fact, so horo It Is.
W. H. Wood, who has had chargo of
tho wntor service of I.n lltlerlii for llvo
years, has leuBiultho llulaguana ranch
frolh 0. II. Eddy und purchased tho
stock Implements, etc. Mr. Word Is
well Botlsllcd with tho country und has
proven his faith by building u nice
homo on a llvo-ucro tract In Lalluertn.
The prlro light, over which great ado
was made, cuino off last Friday oppo
site I.umjlry station, on tho Soiiliicru
Paclllo Ity., on tho Mexlcuti side of tho
UloOrandeln tho state of Uoahtillu,
Mexico, It only occupied it little over
n minute of tlmo und, though duicd
from n "welt on tho jaw" for another
minute, Peter Mitlfor failed to como to
tlmo and Referee Siler decided Fltr
Simmons tho winner. Only it few passes
wero made previous to tho knock out
blow. No interference wus mado by
tho governor of Couhullu, and thu Toxas
rangers enjoyed seeing the contest from
the Texas side of tho river.
At a meeting of tho business men ot
i-;ddy thts uflernoon 610,400 wus sub
scribed in u few minute to purchase
etook in u beet sugar oompauy. Acorn
mltteo consisting of J. S.('rorIer and V.
Q.Traeywas appointed to solicit for
more stock. It is estimated that tho
citizens of Kddy county will take $20-
000 stock. J. J. Kngnrntaii has taken
930,000 und tho foreign capitalists will
take the remainder of 8300,000. The
factory, If built, will be located south
of Kddy, und not mora than ono mile
from town. Tho business men of Kddy
have at lust awoke to tho fact that In
order to auoceed all must put a shout
der to the wheel. With thu Ice plant
electric light, witter works und beat
sugar factory, othor enterprises will
follow asu itiuurol consequence, and
Eddy will take on metropolitan airs
Holla llarthalow, for somotimo clerk
at Hotel Hugerman, fell In a lit at
Toya. last week and broko his right
Jaw. The bones wero wired together
by Midland physicians but he died from
tho shock to hU nervous system, while
in Midland. Holla was at one time t
bank clerk In St, Louis, his father being
at present a banker ot that city. He ,
Mas thirty Ave yearn of ago and ruined
A dlillonlty, which i emitted fatally to
one or tho pnrtloiimtits, occurred ntthu
old .too Hill rniidh, nbout ten lollo
northenRi of Lincoln. N.M., Inst Thiin..
(lay pioriilhg, between tho hours of 0
anil 10 o'clock. Kriiiiolsoo Cordoba, who
hud been out hunting, itcoompled by
Tolesforo llam, wus returning by n
spring nt which he knew his wife was
washing clothing. Upon Hearing the
spring he claims ho hoard his wife
scream. Hastening to Iter rescue, he
found Manuel Teunrlo in tho act of at
tempting to criminally assault her.
upon tho approach of ( lordoba, Tenorlo
dosbttcd, and securing n largo stone
throateued to brain tho husband If he
on mo nearer, whcronHJu Cordoba level
ed his gun and llrod, the cartridge
piercing tho hoorl of Tenorlo. The
slayer was arrested. Lincoln News.
MII.HOT HIIIOOI, IN lillllV.
iV solect school, In which all the lead
ing common brunches will be tnught
lOOordlng to tho latest und most ap
proved normal methods, with Kinder.
gurten training classes added for the
younger pupils, will open April 0. 1810,
fr it term of nt le.ist two months.
Thoro will be morning rossIoiib only.
Parents desiring their children to at
tend this school will please onll upon
or notify the teacher, Mattlo He! IT.
I'ltlMt Jl l, tU.t
No school Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Knowkm visited Kdd)
A good rain Sunday night makes our
farmers all happy,
Prof. Weaver closed his singing
school last Thursday night.
S II Moad, Thos. Stokoa and Mr, und
Mrs. L, IN. Hong went to Hoswoll Mon
day. Thos. Stokes, manager of the Young
ranch, lost it vnliiablo mure last week
with disease of the kidneys or bots,
tDTUIcycle for sale A now Crescent
hUhest of high grade, only 835. Inquire
at Hagermau hotel.
Some tlut ago Mr. Hlmon (Joldbaam
of Hsn Loal, Key O.il., wa troubled with
larva baosstid rhamatltm, Ha mod
Gismherlalne' Pain Jtnlm' nud n
prompt cure a. effected. He saya he
tin mceadvletl mnny of hi friend to
try It nud nil who Iiato duno no lioru
have spoken lillil) of It, It ia
fur ante by Kiltlf I) run Co.
TIih Itlbttl I'.mitoxii.
fame L. rranoli, stdarmsa, Ohleago
unjfii record Or. King's New Ditcor
ery an tdral pnnsoen tor oooghi, oolde
nnd tang ooiuplnlnli, hnTlng oied It (n
air family for the Init Hre years, to the
ttXoluMonof pliyilcinu'a ptcnotlptloni or
Hay Jotiu Uarguii, Keokak, Iows,prltts:
"I ImTO been n milliliter of tho Methodlat
Hplaeopal oliuroh for M) yrs or more,
und linro never found out thlntr so beneA-
olnl or that gnveme sueh apetdy relief a
Ufi King'- new dlacoTery." Try thu idun
oouli remeni now, 'trial bottle free nl
A neat live room house, electric light,
range, bath, hot witter connection, etc.
n. n. MUTTHII, Agl.
It Sfnr Uii A Stucli rnr 1011.
Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, III., write
lut.h had a Hevore Kidney trouble for
many ear,wlth evnre pnltt In hi bnok.
nnd alao tlint hi bladder was ntTeoted. He
Itlwl wntiy o-oalted Kidney ture but
without any good reanlt . About n year ngo
lira-tin ilia ue or lilrotrio uitter, nnu
found relief nt once, lihctrln Hitter I
eapealally adapted toourcnll Kidney and
l,tw iruuuies, nnuortvn give nimoai in.
tntit relief. Our trial will prove onr
atatetnuut. l'rlee only CO oenta for Urge
bottle at Uddy Drug Co.
The rritalar annual Hlookholdrr' inott-
Inu of the l'eoo Irrigated Farm Company
will be held nt the omo of tile company
in KJJ. Nxw Mesloo, on Monday. Mnroii
U.I, IB1MI, at fmven o oioos n m lor inr
liurpoae of eleoling oiuoora for me enau
Iiik J"'. coualderlng the annual report
nnd traimaotliiir nny other bnlne that
may properly come before the meeting.
Ilucklcn'i Arnica SAW,
The bett Halve In the world for Caff,
HroUei. Horei, Uloers, Halt Ilhbain, Fever
Bute, Tetter, Clmped liandi, Chilblain
L'orui, and all tikln Brapllon, nud poal
tlvely oare Pile or no pay rtqulred. It
I Kuaranteeo to give nerreoi aiiraoiion
or money refunded, l'rioe 'in eenta per
bos. ior sale by Koai Uinw uo.
KVKNtS Of I Ilk. MIMINtl TKAIU
The eomlnit year will be period mem
orable III Iho hittory of the woild, if but
n part of the plan or in united mate
uoveiuuteut and Kurontan nation u ear
tied eut. In the Untied State there will
be thw ilvtlletl nridentlal campaliu
ever held, and the Fifty. fourth oougr,
now lu ealon, will furntiiti exoeedlugly
lutereating debntt-s on thetarinrnud nuau
elal nuMtlon until une. There will be
evvral eioltltig atate eUotton nnd many
iiolltlottt epeoohe. Everyone will watoh
with Iut4ret the progreaof the Venesa
r an Commlaalon' iunulry, the remit of
the war in Cuba. In South Aftlea, In Tur
key, and lb oulooine it olhtr comptlea-
tloo uow nriaing la me um worm.
It I n rematkable eolnoidenoe that at
the brglnulng ot a year of ouoh tloh
promlt of allrrltig utw the Rtealeat
metropulltan uewipaper la t e united
State -The HI. Lout lUpubllo ahould
redoo it prie to 80.00 a year, or to li
than two cent n day. Thl low prloe now
(ilaoeathe Itepoblla wlihln the reaoh of
everyoue. Thoae who with to keep potted
on poiiue. trade, natlontl and mterna
tioual affairs durinir 1800 thoold at ones
aubietlbe for it on theae eaty tetm. In
addition to taking their own looal paper.
Newtnapcr readtrs who mar think they
eannot ntford to take a metropolitan dally
paper should nt leatt tubtorlbe for the
'Tlna.a.Wek" Il.nnlillo 104 ninara
. (10 btst of tverytbiog that appears in Ibe
m i tn nnla A 1 ff m ewatii Ik mnntminm
A OHEAMErtY AT HOME.
Am tilth, Man U'lio ll a frlvalo IliitUr
l4ttl wlntorl rnllctl on L H. Comllt.
WholllM IKithalM thumiMlMlllllllflnfnriii
hlalry In this eoimtry. Mr. Condi t tat-
nierly followed mlxeil farming nud alook
rnlslug. Thtrn rears nuo. whr-n n i-ronm.
cry wnt built In n unightKiriugtown, ho
took n share In tho Mock nud bognii dls
Mwlng of his horsiH nnd sheci ami ro
Jihiclng thiiin with cows. He hauled IiIh
sullk to tho vlllago ertauiery one ynnr.
Tho rotttrns wrro very sntlafnitlory, but
being over four miles distant ho soon
began to think that tho lnlmr nf hnullna
so far and tho inronvt'iilenrs wero too
great. Not Infrequently1 there would
ho a enn nf amir milk, nnd imunllv tlm
khltumllk would sour and thicken in
hot weather beforo ho conld get It
home, whero It was diwlonpit for puIvwl
This was n great nimormico and lo.
Ho bcgnii to Inrestlgnto tho equipments
for a private dairy nnd soon decided
to establish a butter faotorv nt Immn
and niti tho rick of fludltiK n nrofltnblo
He built his creamery hotwecu the
house and barn and just nt tho edge of
n well. Tho power for scnnrntlnir.
churning and pumping water Is sup
plied by ills bull, which works n trond
power. Thobulhlliin aiidonulnuientcost
about $r,0(l and Is in by 119 feet. Ho tins n
separator with n oapnoltyof 000 iiounds
ot milk nu hour. This Is tho
nmount itctonllypttt through. Ho works
his butter by hand with n patent work.
cr. Hut only objects souoht lu worklnc
It nro to prcs out tho water nud butter
milk nnd thorouuhlv to iiicnrnomio tlm
salt. Whou 1 called, thcro wero abont
70 potiuds upon tho worker. I sttild to
sco this cut Into ono pound bloeks. and
each pound separatoly wrapped lu
parchment pnpor nud carefully put away
in too siurago room.
Mr. Coudlt now has it contract with
ouo of tho state institutions nt Colum
bus to tako till his butter for a year at
SB conts per ponud, nnd they pay tho
oxproswiRo. Ho ouo rands his butter
milk to Iho samo Institution ot A cents
per gallon. Durhig tho winter hoehurus
thrco times n wuok nud does not churn
nny crnnm loot thau lit hours old. Dur
ing tho summer ho churns evory day.
lo my query 'Warding .io teuiporatnro
nt which tho chnruiug is done, lie
uatnod OH degrees for winter and A8 to
00 degrees for summer. Tho cream Is
rlpoucd by tho natural ferment.
ills cows are hlch urado and nnro
bred Jorseys. His cows now average for
the entire milking period about three-
fourths of n peril"! f butter a day. Oil
his homo farm Mr. Condlt alms' to keep
U5 cows nud to rnlso most of thn hclfor
calves to inntuiity. Ho keeps u reals-
tercd Jersoy bull, which, with his serv
ice in tho herd and work on the tread
power, is tho most profltabln aulmal ho
has. Whllo Mr. Condit oousiders his
proseut herd a profltabln one. he hopes
to improvo it nrentlr. Ho deslsus to
keop tlireo or four brood sows whoso
pigs nro raised largely on the skim
milk. Ho pushes tho pigs as rapidly as
posslblo to I an pound or it llttlo more,
nud sells to make room for tho younger
Mr. Coudlt Is cnthnslastlo in bis too-
omuiciidatlou of tho silo. He thinks It
by far the most economical method of
handling n corn orop. His silo hi 1?
feet siiunro, iusldo mensuroiueut, and
21 fectdcop. This ho Duds will hold
rc!y cuc-ugh to food bis UO cows dur
ing tho six winter iimiithi Ho winters
his work toauis and young heifers upon
dry feed. Ho outs libi dry corn fodder
and thinks that it pays in thu iucrrutcd
nTiillablo food value, also in tho convi n-
leuco with which It is stored and fed.
Mr. Coudlt kcoiM two work teams
nnd employs two meu by tho year. Tho
dairy bnsliioxs conducted ou this plan Is
now tho most proiltnblo farming Itulns-
try In this county, but It Is mado such
by u dovotlou equaled only by that of
tho inarrlngo rotation. Then can oo no
summer or winter vacations or even hol
idays. Even Hundays have a largo work
of necessity. U. P. Miller lit Rural
Dairy and Orrauiery,
A man who has hod occasion to no-
tlco tho keeping qualities of butter lif
warm weather whero thcro was no Ice
says that Jorsoy cows' butter will re
main Jianl in n high temperature longer
tlinu that liiauo from tlio tutlb or nny
After butter has ouco becu melted
down by heat, oveu though it is chilled
and hardeuod very quickly again, It will
uover bo tho same. Its coitiliteuoy seems
to lmvo boon destroyed nud its flavor
certainly is gouo.
The nolstoIn-FrlotlBU nwoclatlon U
doing its utmost to develop llg hotter
records among cows of its favorite breed.
For this purpose it offered last year
prises to tho amount of $1,000 to be
given in different amounts to tho owners
of Holstelu-Frleslau cows lu tho various
olaM arranged for competition. Thlr-ty-fivn
oows, old and young, responded
to tho cull for champion butter makers.
Tho oldest were from 6 to 11 years old.
Tho youngest wero a years old. A oloce
record of food was also made during
Iho teat, the ntsoolatlou wishing to
show not only that the Uolttelii could
tuuko big butter, bat that she oould do
it at comparatively small cost. Tlio test
showed that the 30 full grown Holstelu
Frleslaii cows taking part In tho test
averaged npicce 10.87 pound per week,
or nearly threo pound of butter a day.
The net profit from tho SB Holttelu.
Frieslans was found to average for ouoh
cow OS cents a day. The wliolo herd of
80 Holttcius averaged straight through
n profit of 01 ceuta a day. The test last
ed a week for each of the black and
white cows, aud when It euded it was
found that teuof them had averaged for
the whole week over throe pounds of
butter a day eaoh. How is that for Hoi-stelu-Frieslau
compared with any other
In the seven days' test of tho Hoi-steln-Frieslsnn
this fall the 85 full
grown cows tested gays each an aversge
yield of 04.94 pound of milk a day.
iTOttPY T11M WATJfltt.
TVPftolD h A HEAVIER TAX THAN
NUtMfr fitmw an Appalling Nnmltar uf
llrattit Him WaUr HImm - tlrr.
mnny'a nrt lainn-Coat nf Hllrnllon
1 Nat Clrenl.
Referring to quantity of water sup
plied to nrlons cdttos, Huglnoor Allen
Hnzen, oxpert lu chargo of tho Lnw
reuco experiment station, soys in his re
cent publication on "Filtration and
Filter Reds" that "In tho United States
an Bbnndnnt snpply of somo kind of
liquid has too Iftcu becu tho objoctlvo
point, and tho efforts hnvo been most
successful, tho American works being
cntlroly unrivaled in thn volumes ot
tholr supply, fold calculation demon
strotos boyond cavil that it is n groater
tax on tlio pockctninn to go on In tho
old way and kill off 60,000 peoplo ev
ery year by typhoid fover nlono thau
to build filter beds. We lmvo been so no
customed to look upon n water supply
ns a free gift that oxpeuso beyond Its
first coat, Incident mbulldlugrerorvolrs,
digging wolls, laying plpo Hues and tho
various water oonucctlous with Inhab.
Red districts, gives tho Idea of spending
mora money for Its pnrldoatlou rut a su
perfluous matter, tho In voutlou of money
gottlug engineers, corporations nud po
litical perlle. The terrlblo penalty
which Hamburg paid of over 8,000
deaths In n mouth during tho cholera
epidemic of lfioa forgiving Iter inhabit
iuiIa river water polluted by sewage
should lmvo boon n Iomoii to tho whole
"Oermnuy prohibits tho use of unfll
tercd surface water. Thoro nro very few
couutrlos hut una snmo means of Ultra
ttou, though tho supply Is from bodies
ot water in uutiihnhlted dltdrlots.
Ground water, sueh its that from wolls
and springs, is largely used In Korope.
Purls Is st'ppllnd from springs for do
mestic use, aud from the river for othor
purposes. Vienna, Munich nud n largo
uumboruf French nud Ktigllsh cities aro
also supplied by springs. Loudon gots
her water from grossly io)lutedstruauis,
yet by scientific nitration has as pure
water to drink at any other ally lu tho
"Statistics relativo to deaths due to
water diteimoo nro appalling At Plym
outh, Pa., population H.oiiO, in 1880,
ouocnaoof typhoid reaching tho water
supply cauacd 1,101 eaon nud 11-1
deaths. Tlm histories of tho Lntisauuu,
Switzerland; Moutolulr, Chicago, Iluf
falo nud (roooiitly) Utnuiford epidemics
aro familiar to every ouo and carry out
Iho statements made above and aro but
examplea of hutiiHtl iipkI'Huco to hu
man rights. In 1U0G, MOO peoplo died
of cholera in Loudon because mm of tlio
water companies failed to filter the sup
plf from the river. One such experi
ence ould prove tlio ollloauy of filtra
tion. "Filtration us carried on under tho
latest improved methods is not u costly
matter. It is vastly cheaper than siok
iioks and death to it community. It is
commonly thought that if filtration clar
ities water that is Millloicut. This is it
great mistnko and can readily he under
stnul to bo so when It is known t lint
1,000,000 or moro Imutsrin may bo pres
ent lu n tflass nt clear water and jet not
ailect Its olcarneM. The nitration of
wator means stitilnlug it through it sub
stance whloh removes nil or most Im
purities, nud It Is not properly duno mi
low the ttraluiug is mi lino ns to removn
thu infinitesimal called bauterla, which
mcumiro oiiu-tluHUHiiidlh of an inch,
moro or less.
"It Is tho only absolutely sufo method,
as far ns is known at tho proseut time,
for domestic pur pesos when tho supply
comes from thu surface, at from rivers.
Tho latter water supply Is more likely
to bo wholesome than tho others, for tho
reason that largo rtorvolr afford tlmo
fur water to settle, nud iiuy pathogenic
bauterla whloh may bo proseut have an
opportunity to sluk to tho bottom or bo
destroyed by tho Ixiiictlccut bacteria.
Thoro Is also moro or less beneficent ac
tion upon tho water by tho sunlight, but
even this protection is not cousldcred
entirely sullleloiit lu tho light of recent
experiments. Filter bods nro unanimous
ly agreed ukjii by almost all export en
gineers as tlio only truo way ot filtering
wattir fur public supplies.
"A filter bod consists of n horizontal
layer of rather fluo sand supported by
gravel nnd uudcrdrnlued, tho wholo be
ing lnolosed in n sultablo basin or tank.
The water lu passing through tho saud
loaves bohlnd upou tho sand grains tho
extremoly small potttcles which ore too
lino to settle out iu iho settling basin,
through which tho wnter first pnxsc dl-
reetfrom the river for thopnrpcMO ot al
lowing tho mud to settle, nnd Is quite
clear us it goes from tho gravel tu tho
drains und pumps which forward it to
I tho reservoir or city. The coartr unit
Iters in the water are retained on the
surface of the send, win re they qulekly
form a Inyor or sediment wuloiiltseu le
comes n filter much finer than tho mind
alone, nud whloh is capable of holding
baek under sultablo conditions oveu the
bueterln of the pawing water.
"When tho layer of sediment becomes
su deep as to prevent the proper strain
ing of tlio wutor, tho rato of pressure
nud other features being regulated by
expert superintendence, the layer is
tumped or cleaned off. This is douo nt
regular intervals. This sediment layer
is a valuubjo element iu aiding perfect
filtration. It becomes n tort or jellyllko
mud, formed of tho bauterla and other
partlolos, whloh affords not only nu al
most solid moss, whloh holds back the
infinitesimals, but is u kind of battle
field where the opposing armies of bac
teria slaughter tho harmful kind, thus
cleaning out those wo would be rid of.
So valuable Is this sedlmeut hiyer that
after n filter bed lias been seraped olvau
n new thin layer is allowed to form be
fore the water Dasses luto the batlu.
Filtration iu any way cuuuot be douo
rapidly. Tho process must bo so slaw ns
to be seareely more than an oozlug not
between the very small iutentlan."
Pecos Valloy Hailway Oo.
Pecos River Railroad Go.
Time Talilf Xt, 1:1.
To take ifeiel Frldny, November 1st,
t'M,rU 11) n'cW-k a. in.
Standard Central Time.
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liltli mM M)r will ka naM fvr Ih I tint ..f ul.
7lns.,.,sl'Tlii1WajiM.f, Koar llmi.l
inlii.lMn.l).lirrtM,rj.(U liullaia ,kwl Mural
L'tton fmiM Id J5lli.ljrrS.tMUr, A. It. wL
ltlr.lAyrtta1firr wiiliuil lr alinuiu, ih1 Ilia
anaU f Mill mil,
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I'attHJiS A I'tuiiaok,
NillMlura for . ..IM.UIlllil
TJio IMCojEit Fopulcix ixx tlao w orld.
HvlOsiiritl ht tin- fail that tliom vt mtufl of tlinu aolit In I KM lliau niiy oilier luitke, n aunt
In a MiHil lujlor HirrluliiK your '1l xl.Ml. Mailo by liiillatiit hleyrle (.. lllillanioUa, Ilul.
'FI'i:itS iincintitlcit udvnntimes to tho farmer, fruit irrower.
live HtocK raiser, uairymuii, uco-Kceper, nnu to mo nomusccKor gen
erally. Tho noli of tho I'ecos Valloy lu of high average fortuity, und
under Irrigation produces bountiful crops of most of tho grasses,
grains, vegetables, berries und fruits of tho tomperuto and soma of
those of tlio seml-tropionl xono. In such fruits us the pouch, pear,
plum, grape, itrituo, uprlcot, noctarino, cherry, miltico, etc.. tho Val
ley will dispute for tho pre-eminence with C'ullfnrulu; whllo compe
tent uuthorlty pronounces it upper portions In particular tho 11 nest
applo country lu tho world.
Hiiorinnus yields of such forego crops as ulfalfu, Horghiim und
Egyptian corn muko tho fuelling of outtlo and sheep und tlio rulsitiff
und fattening of hogs it very proiltnblo occupation.
Tho cultivation of conalgre n tanning material of groat value-
Is becoming an important industry in tno reeoe vitiiey. u uotito mar
ket having been afforded fir nil that cun bo raised, ut u price yield-
Intr n handsome nrollt.
Tho climate of the Pecos Valley has no superior iii tho United
States, being itre-uinlnoutly healthful and hoaltlt restoring.
I.unds with perpetual wntcr-rlghts tiro forwi'o ut low prices and
cmml in all tho arid region foroonstancy ami reliability i and this,
with tho superb climate, productive soil und tho facilities uifunlttd
by tho railway whtclr extends through tho Vulloy's entire lotigth,
will oattso these hinds Ui enjoy u constant, and nt times u rapid In
creaio In value.
Tho recent completion of tho I'ecos Vulley Hallway to Itoswell
will crush the more rapid settlement und development of the upper
portions of the Vulley, Including thu rich Felix section. Tho
Company bus recently pincliased many of tho older Improved farms
about Itoswell, and lias now for sale land to meet the wants of all
ruw lands, partliilly Improved lauds, ns well us farms with houses,
orchards and Holds of ulfulfunud other crops. In the vicinity of
Itoswell several pieces of land have been divided into ilvo und ten
ucro tracts, sultablo for orchards und truck farms In connection
with suburban homes. Certain of these tracts aro being planted
to orchards, and will be culClvutcd and oared for bv tho Company
for threo years, ut the end or which pe.-lod they will uo handed over
to tho purchasers. Write for pumphiet Hilly describing the terms
und conditions on which these sevctul clusses of tracts aro sold,
Address, PECOS IRRIGATION IMPROYMT CO,, Eddy, N, Jl,
.Vlillro fur I'lltillmllnn,
tMi. nriii n it lint m . N. Jl. i
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lis mim I hi KiImhi in wlf n.-a,i in pMt hi
eeatttmitMH tMlrtrnr nim nil mklralten of,
JffSW, Malaw, K M.;J..h!i N)mr)rr.PtwWO,
Any feraoa wbft itaif to tmsett nratnat the
UllflWSfMfi'orMM'li WI. or nho ktinS. nf hit
flliill4l fa,ni, NMitrr Ui,. law itinl the two'
UltfllM. el the lelvtlnr IM iiitimm. wlir amb
miwfflimiW net tjealhmrrt. will lm lm nn up.
jwrliuiltf At llw nlmrc larmlmml time anl liUfo
to eroMaiHllie tlm Hlllii-a of anlil rialHianl.
anil to MIt HYldwift) in rvtmttal i.r thai wemll'
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ST. KIIWAIIIMCATIIOI.H Hit III II.
MnMaiiit aorineiiNtimtnys... . to a.m.
Man on weekdays. Sri. in.
llmiH.vx Kiuii'iiMii, I'fljlar.
i. :. c iii iii ii, mm in.
tfiindf; Sohool lOn.m.
leneli ng Ijtt. in.
ipwnrllt League 9 it. tu.
itWBhhig.. f ,.
Prayer iiieeltiig WeilnusilBy vtim7 p. in.
lr. K.HBsstosis, i'rtMor.
Simd ty Soheo" ott a. m.
Preflchlng.. -Ilifla. m.
otuig lo. pin's mroiliig 0p. in.
reaching........... 7)i. in.
PrnymcctiiiK Thursday.. ij p. m.
, Otto V. Itiiun, Isiitur.
U'. II. 3t.AfniiTi!ti, Ktiet. S. H.
I'IIIMiivtiiiiian nil urn.
tin I'lrcmiu's llnll.j
rroashlint toil sml lih ftumlays, at II a.
m. ami 70 p. in. It. llit.wi t.v, I'sstnr.
nilACII fill IICII IIIIMMIII'AI.I
buiiility services at II a, in. ami Tttk) p.m.
Sunday selioul nl V ffl a, in.
, Mervlees in tlio school house at Ul on
tint 1st ami tint Suiulnis In tlio iiiniiiti at
a:l5 p. in. itnv. t'. T. 'I'iiai v, llectori
Kddy Itodgo No XI, A. l'. .V .. Jj., meets
lit e-atltlltftea .ltll ltla I In ia i f aaWl at.
I SUM" MM YWllll.lll.llVlll.llll n I W lllaf
yatunlMy, on ami Ritur encti lull moou,
t laitll.it. ri..nll.a.a. Ia...l.l a., 1
, H-1- ItoumtTs, W. M.
K. 8. Mirrrr.it, Kee'y.
It. IK I'. IIIIIIV MtllllK NO, UI.
Meets c.'try Thursdiiy at 7410 rfeleek.
All visitors are welsoiiia.
. II. L ltin im,0. C.
Mnxiiou Kiiiiii, K. II. & 3.
fi it it TijnuiriiitN r.
Uhlof v. A. Miller.
Aaa atiuit (Uimr .1. I' Mntiliin..
TrLtuauriir iV i. M,iii...
Meorutary ...h. K. Klimuy.'
Itoai! in. mi, I. .
iMtrcmati... S, ):, Kinney.
AsaHtaiil Foreiniu . II. Mullniio.
seeretnry and Tressttrer. Frank McUleary.
IIohi: i n, ,mi. a,
Foremnn. . o. V. (Ireeno Jr.
Asalatnnt l oreiiiiiu MonrooKsrr
Seercterv .1. (J. Sandier,
1 reasurer Krnest llalcomb
I'llHTOt't inK IKMIIIH,
Open from ... TfpTa, jliaito it:oo p. nt.
Bundnys. .... ... . . . .saai p. Mtu :w p. ut.
.Money order Itcg'rtfnou, itifjo ftrfK) p, m.
Mall south cloaes ....'I.. JAM p. in.
Mall mirth closes I:M p. in.
Mail f rom ninth nrrlvc at 1:01 p. tit.
Mail from north iSrrlves at. IliMp. in.
V. II. ai.AUdiiTr.il, I'. M.