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Canyon County Irrigated Lands.
Produce—Carloads of the finest apples, pears Caldwell and in the west. prunes grown All kinds of deciduous fruits I the Boise Valley Irngai including peaches, li— 1 hr natural cmt^r o rd Lands. Ihr Count) Seat Miter for the stock and range interests. Thr* greatest wik>! market in Southwestern Fhr fruit pa« king and fruit shipping point for this pricots, plums and grapes. Small fruits in abundance and of the best quality. Three crops of alfalfa, making 5 to 7 tons of hay, and two crops of timothy and clover, making 4 a f Canyon County. o The < * Idaho. to 6 tons. Alfalfa and clover seed crops running all the way from 4 bushels to 15 bushels per acre. Wheat ranging from 40 bushels to 5° bushels per from 60 bushels to 75 s n non. I hr headquarters for met the Pioneer Irrigation Uis acre, and oats ranging Barley, rye and corn. bushels per acre. fully equaling the Greeley product both Potatoes in quality and quantity. Caldwell Broom corn that ranks A 1. „ : Irrigated pastures unsurpassed lor dairy purposes for the raising of hogs and sheep. Excellent bee pastures and premium honey. Ha* —< ipportumlies for growth and direi tion, and in every line of business, I xceptional s* hoc! fat ilities, noth in its system of public schools and in the ( ollege of Idaho, which enterprise in or »•vrr\ Canyon County Irrigated Lands Have —A home market for every ton of hay at from $4.50 to $7.00 in the stack and as high as $10.00 delivered in town. A home market for every ponnd of grain at prices ranging from $1.00 to $1.50 per cwt. A home market for every pound of pork at an aver age of $5.50 per cwt. and $6.50 dressed. A home market tor every pound of butter at 20 to 33 cents per pound. A home market for ever)- dozen of eggs at cents per dozen, according to season. A home market for alfalfa and clover seed at from M to 15 cents per pound. A home market at the shipping plus fruit, berries and potatoes. An abundant water supply. has a reputation over the State. Bum artesian water and Municipal water works. heat, substantial business Electric lights, steam blot ks and l**autiful residences with shade trees y / ,*nd well kept lawns Caldwell 5 to 35 and business men to Invita* —- Enterprising « ili/ens tak»- part in the development ol the city and the a rounding country si centers for all sur- T - Caldwell Canyon County Irrigated Lands Offer —special inducements to the farmer, orchard the stockgrower, the beekeeper Promise* —liulut einents to m*ry legitimate en* encouragement to all ist, the dairyman, and the home seeker. 1er prise—a square deal and ew corner s good country to live in and is full of can show properties at from $25. to $50. t is a op you some good farm portumties. \ Wii< ih** Caldwell Land Company, per acre. J. H. Lowell, Geni Agt*. J. H. Lowell, ( aldwell Hanking «Si Trust Co. Building Caldwell Banking «à Trust Co. Buildi mg. City Property Farm Lands