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ILBTJQXTERQITE CITIZEN. They Reach More People Daily Than You WANTED WANTED A tlrl for general house work. Apply H North Fifth St. WANTED Two tinner at one. Mc intosh Hardware oompany, Alb qosrqo. N. M. WANTED 100 men to work eurfao Ing and laying railroad track. Apa'y to 1. U. Childers, Supt. Santa Bar fcsra Tie St Pole Co., Domingo. N M. WANTED Drag scraper, wheeled erasers, and carU, if cheap. Ap ply Dominion Construction Co Strlckler-Lnna Bldg., Ird floor. WANTED Success Magasme require tha aerWcea of a man In Albuquer que to look after expiring subacrlp Uona and to aecure new business by mean of special methods unusual ly effective; , position permanent; prefer one with experience, but would consider any applicant with goad natural Qualifications; salary $1.60 per day, with commission op tion. .. Address, with references, R C Peacock, room 102. Success Magastne Bldg:., New York. WANTED W have a few more va cancies for honest, energetic men to sell a general line of groceries to farmers, stockmen and all latge consumers. Experience unneces sary; no Investment; exclusive ter ritory; commissions advanced; our goods are guaranteed to comply with all pure food laws. This Is the grocery salesman's harvest season, as well as the farmer's; exceptional opportunity. Write today for par ticulars. John Sexton A Co . wholesale grocers. Lake and Frank lin streets, Chicago. SALESMEN WANTED Traveling salesmen and general agents. Write and we will explain how we pay from $85.00 to $150.00 per month and traveling ex penses. No canvassing necessary. We need men In every section of the United States. Write now be fore It is too late. R. D. Martel, Chicago. 111. Dept. 73. SALESMEN Experienced in any line to sell general trade in New Mexico, An unexcelled specialty proposition. Commission with 11S.H weekly advance for expenses.. The Conti nental Jewelry Co., Cleveland, Ohio, 110.00 MOTOR CYCLE or horse and buggy furnished our men for trav eling and $86.00 per month and ex penses, to take orders for the greatest portrait house in the world. Ton will receive, postpaid, a beau tiful HxlO reproduction of oil painting In answer to this ad. White 16. Chicago. WANTED Salesmen for guaranteed, used automobiles. All prices. Cars rebuilt and guaranteed like new by manufacturers. High commissions Oreat opportunity. Auto. Clearing House, 140 Michigan Ave., Chicago. WANTED Capable sales man to cov er New Mextco with staple line. High commissions, with $100.00 monthly advance. Permanent po sition to right man. Jess H. Smith Co., Detroit. Mich SALESMEN Interested in Post Card Id line, write for our new offer. Free sample outfit, highest com missions. We manufacture com plete line of albums, stands, cards views. Continental Art Co., 33S W. Monroe St., Chicago. SALESMAN Experienced, to sell our line cakes and candy specialties to the retail grocery trade In Albu querque and adjoining territory. Lowest prices; highest quality; lib eral commission contract; exclusive territory. The Roaer-Runkle Com pany, Kenton. Ohio. WANTED We have a few more va cancies for honest, energetic men to sell a general line of groceries :o farmers, stockmen and all large consumers. Experience unneces sary; no Investment; exclusive ter ritory; commissions advanced; our goods are guaranteed to comply with all pure food laws. This is the grocery salesman's harvest sea son as well as the farmer's; excep tional opportunity. Wrle today for particular. John Sexton Co., wholesale grocers. Lake anl Franklin streets, Chicago. Female Help WANTED At once, woman to d' cooking and housework; no wash ing and Ironing; small family; good wage. Apply 423 N. 2nd St. LADIES Make rhiel.ls at home. Ma terials furnished; $16 hundred. Par ticulars stamped envelope. Dept OS. Imperial Shield Company, St. Lou!, Missouri 264 Furnished Rooms HOTEL C'lt.MGK, 118 W. S Iver ave nue. Xlii ly furnished rooms, steam heat, hatha and all convenience. S'xflsl wrcUIr rntev. FOR TiCN'T Two nice front oW room suitable for d eto 'a or den tist's o'flee. :0 W.-st Oold Ave. TO-. RENT Furnished rooms, steam heat. Grand Central Hotel, corner 2nd St and Central Ave Miscellaneous LADIES, something you a 1 1 should have. Enclose 26 cents. Ad irees, Stella Schaub, Cty. CLASSIFIED PERSONAIi PROPERTY LOANS MONEY to LOAN On Furniture, Pianos, Organ, Hors-e- Wagon and other chattel, also on SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS, as low as $i and a high as $200. Loan are quickly made and strictly private. Time: On month to on year given. Good remain In your possession. Oar rate are reasonable. Call aad s us be fore borrowing. THE HOUSEHOLD IO AW CO. Steamship ticket to and from al part of th world. Room ( and 4, Grant Bldg lOitt West Central Avenue. PRIVATE OFFICES Opes Evening. AGENTS WANTED Agent to sell newly pat ented rapid selling household spe cialty for manufacturers; great de mand with large profits. Address Manufacturer, P. O. Box 1708. Pittsburg. Ta. Avjj,.T rtie yuu. tn ai.ul iu ycjti n&nt to be an agem? Do yuu wnt to make money in your spare time, or -l into a pcrii.iiiett boslnessT Send for free copy of thl month' J "Thomas Agent" Read about new agency propositions, new plan and sure moneymaklng pointer and ex periences of thousand of success ful agents. If already an agent state what you are now tailing. Ad dress tl&y, Thomas Agent 290 Wayne Ave., Dayton Ohio. FOR RENT FOR RENT A nice large store room, also some nicely furnished rooms for light housekeeping. App-'y Mrs. Dorsn. 624 West Central Ave. FOR SALE FOR SALE A good saddle and bridle cheap. Apply 411 8. Arno. FOR SALE Transient hotel rooming house. Box 44. and FOR SALE Cheap,, one large and beautiful base-burner. Apply at 6q9W. Copper. FOR SALE Cheap, Phone 1119. automobile. -XH SALE Underwood typewriter, $86. Millett Studio. tf FOR SALE 2 cottages cheap. Corner Third and Mountain road. FOR SALE Furniture of a 12-room house, Including kitchen utensils, stoves, etc. 817 S. First St. FOR SALE A .46 calibre Colt's' re volver, slightly used. 8., Citizen office. FOR SALE Three business lots tt a great snap. Quick action neces sary. Big profit Inside of a year. IM. P. Stamm. rOPt SALE A fine Hardman piano, good a new. beautiful tone. A chance to possess an Instrument of unexcelled mske at Just half what It la worth. On exhibit at Whit son's Music store, 124 South Sec ond street Albuquerque. FOR SALE Milton &. 7-year-old trotter, fast and. stylish. Also three young Jersey cows. 1428 So. Bwy. Geo. A. Bisk. LOST and FPU AD LOST A lady' gold watch and fob chain with initial A. B. Finder please leave at Citizen office. Cancer Uureti Without Knife or Pain-No Pay Until Core. IN WOMAN'S BREAST ANY LUMP IS CANCER FREE BOOK-CURE YOURSELF AT HOME I WILL GIVE $1000 IF I FAIL TO CURE ANT CANC! I TICAT BEFORE IT POISONS DEEP GLANDS Without Knlls or Pain, at Hail Pries for sn 1t Net dollar chmI Ih paul until eurtwl. Absoluts Uuarantec. J yean' f ilTleni'e. MOTHER AND DAUGHTER CURED OP 3 ISEAST CANCERS Dr. (hamley ei'.r-'t lr ranerr my lin-aal my pome in ihmb. lo )ari L fur,- U';lt ::e rLrtnl niT mtbt-r if laiKe ranker In earn Itrvaat. V't? have hoth leen eotirelj HI vr aiut . Mother ami I to. irether know t at ieai lllly ol hla almost n.lra, ulou euro. Dr. ( hauler avel our Uvea an1 wo Kill rrtt to anyone wanting- intonnatioo about bis KOi. .urf!!l L,..niesa luiDielil. Arthur H,..tehe, V!li. Cel. "IUCKT" BJirWH CrRED CI 3 CANCS'S It irlve ir r-eut I leisure to sav to tiif won. I tli.it Hr. li. K. Chanili j curi-l a lara-u ean.-er la niv hp iil'l two la ui Ihr- m. I ha'l rn,"l other .lot-lorn anl X-Hay an-l dily a-rvw tnrw. I t.et ,D with Ir. .tm!.' ... ,-r;r.l tretmeut. anil li, t-u ihi. i ho eaneer- Wt-re Out ar .1 It u w.i oer a yi. s. I.. J- i il. Arra'll. C.il. H-Ht J'-lnu llu, k ut Uuur, fief 1 rtnted i SfNT Kl-l . in.-.- a Li. ,.-nb t tr ' fa.i-er. v r.i-. r -r n- k ih,w. Csactir utttiz r-a. vd ?rrs. ! . "4iU" to. K i 47 5. ;i-ia St. Stitt , U Ana., Csi. 1W (IT? 1 V ADS Can See In a Month PHYSICIANS BOLOMOlf li. BVRTOX, M. D. Ptt7ician and Sorgeoav, Hlchiasul Of Ace lt SoatJh VTalscsi Etreec PIiodo 10S. DIM. BJIOXSON s BROXSOIT Bosneopatthlo rhr:ijuB and Snrgeoasi Ovcs Taan's Drsuj Motvi Oflk : Reasdrnce l0. a. e. bhortle; m. ix lrscilce Limited to Tuberculosa. How I to 11 and I to 1 Teleithone 88. Rooms S, t and 10, State Nations I Bank IUock. Veterinary Surgeon DR. R li. SHAIIP Veterinary Hurceon. (RcKlBtered) Office Phones Nos. S9f and 781. Of fice. Ill John Street. IJome. tlS S. Broadway. Phone 1149. Albuquerque, N. M. DENTISTS DR. i. B. CRAFT Dental Sursry. Room 1 and ft, Barnett BatMlng Over O'lUrllp' Dm; Store Appointing ts made by MsUL Phone 744. KDMCND J. ALGER, D. D. C Office boors, t a. m. to p. sa. 1:S0 to ft p. m. AppointnenU made bp eovaQ SCC Wes Central Avenoe. Phono 454. NURSES Confinement Oaaro carml for, Cabinet Bath. Salt Glow, Hot Fomenta tion. Maamire, at rewidence, MKS, O. J. P. Bll'l'N Kit, Set North Sixth Strert. Phone, 828. LAWYERS B, W. D. BHYAN a Attorney at Low Offtco First Nattonal Bank BwOdbaa Alboqnerqne, New Mexico, K. W. DOBSON Attorney at Law. Of Ace. Cromwell Block, Alboqoerqise, N. M. XR M. BO!fT Attorney at ,-v. Pniasfasji. Land Patents Ouyrw rlghss, Oavesvu, Letter Vaten'-, Trmdo Marks, CUIaao. M r Street, If. Vfn Wasningtom, D. C THOS. K. D. MADDISOX Atorney at Law. Of Hoe 111 West Gold Ave. LAWYERS JOIXH V. VC1LSON Attorney at Law. Dank Bide Albaqnerqoe, If. M. (Herrrre In Bankroptcp) Of Bos Phooe 11TS. ARCHITECT r. W. SPEXCKR Arebtte, ISS1 Sumlh Walter Street. Phone tit INSURANCE B. A. 8LETSTER iBsuraoce, Heal EMate, Notary Public F.xrss is and 14, CromwoU Block i4hsjosiesoe, '. M. IttuoO 1I A. E. WALKER Flro Intra ran oe Soortaury Matoal Building Assnclati SIT West Ontral Avenoe. More Than Enough Is Too Mitch. To aaalnU.'jc . -r woman ndi 1tt rn-'b tr,rA ir -etialr tutme anl supply energy anl iy haL ' The habitual cons-am?-'ca of more fod than Is necessary -1' t'-irse purpose is the prime cause r-ana. h trojhlea. rheumatism and ' :rsr of the Sidneys. If trcatisd sltL Indigsitlon, revise your diet, 1st -exsua and not appetite control and Lake a tm ! - of rhamberlaln's sci sna Livr Tablet aad you soon be al' "rht again. For C y all drufrlsta. START WORK FOR H Board of Control Has Been Organized and Plans Made for Successful Fair. Cheyenne. Wyo., Oct, 11. With the oi Knnisuttion of the board of con trol of the Trans-Missouri lry Farm ing innRreHH this month thoro is started a moHt important worit In th dt-v. Iupment history of the weort, A few yi.ars sro mi called "diy farm ing" bifriin to attract attention In many sections of the arid states Many farmers had 'been ope at ng I i sectiiins where rainfall was alight and Irrigation Iniponsihle and bad boon niiuiliift Fplondij results In m.iny lines of agriculture but there exlstod a general belief that such results wern but the outcome of t-mporary conditions such na excessive rainfall and cleverly manipulated small tract, and that no reul value of signifi cance attached to these isolated In stances. Meantime, Prof. H. M. Campbell of Nebraska had been condui t'ng a se ries of experiments along scientific lines and had succeeded In making tests of a rather sovcro character and getting crops that proved something tangible in the way of demonstrative argument, giving strength to tho op timistic claims made by hopeful land agents. These demonstrations known to J. P. Pomeroy of Colorado Springs who owned several thousands acres jf western Kansas land and Prif. Campbell was quickly instal'ed upon an experiment faim at Hill City, Kanias. The demonstrations of the first three years pro.tuced resu'is that fixed the status of "dry farm ing" and forced the price of unirr: gated lands upward year by year. General Manager Holdredgo of the Burlington railway, wua among those who early saw tho possibilities and ho soon establlxhed experimen tal stations along his line. The Kan fca Fe railway and other transporta tion companies followed quickly and states and communities began to make careful tests of operative con ditions. Government stations we e established and the. machlnciy of ex perimentation was et at work In many states and territories. Great good followed all this effort but in aome Instances It found thnt Immi gration agents were rushing home steaders and land buyers upon the arid plains regardless of soil con II tlons or financial ability to play the role of pioneer. Colorado enthusiasts who had watched tho worthless land of the eastern plains take on unm'stakab'e values and the cactus and aaga brush give way to waving grain fields saw also the necessity of organizing an ed ucational propaganda by which the thousands of new settlers might be protected from failure and through which tho world t largo might be educated as to the actual conditions under which po-callecl dry farming can on made successful. A meeting of "dry fa-mers" was called by the govr-ior of Colorado In January,' 1907, and more than 300 accredited delcKiitu retin-sentini? G CONGRESS THE LAST STRAW I " . 1 I 11 A4- -then i miu. 00 a Little phuw mack: AkO kow wtt riAve a rtw SCLCCTIONS ON TH PHOMkMsAPH HP M government and slat expert and prominent development men wers present from all over tho west and the Trans-Missouri Diy Farming Congress was organized with Mr. Fisher Harris of Fait Lake City as president. Th second . congress In Salt Lake last January was attended by more than 600 delegate and tn four days session developed one t the most Important economical move ments ever started In the west. Gov ernor H. B. I'rooks of Wyoming was elected president, and the headquar ters for the third congress fixed at Cheyenne. , The board of control is a move to enlarge tho work of the congress and fifty prominent Wyoming men have been appointed to membership. Al ready the board has started out to make the congress International tn character and Invitations are being sent out to all foreign nations Inter ested In dry farm agriculture to send delegations. The board and congress delegations. The boaid and con gress, working together, has under taken to issue publications to farm ers giving all Information about scientific farming possible to assem ble, to organise a bureau of lnfor tlon, publish maps and In fact to car ry on a great co-operative school for farmers and experts during the ,next few years. It is a splendid and val uable work fop the arid countries. The details of the work have been placed In the hands, of John T. Burns, secretary of the board, an ex perienced publicity man, with offices In Chpyenne. Tho third Trans-Mlssourl Diy Farming Congress will be held In Cheyenne February 13, it and 25, 1909, and one thousand delegates ar expected. MADE SOME CHANGES IN MI-PASS LAW OomnKTcc Commtalori Changed Rul ings In Several Instances. Washington. D. C, Oct. 31. Free passes may be Issued to bona fide ex employes of a railroad who are traveling to re-enter the service. Tasses cannot be extended to the families of employes who died a natural death while in the service of common carriers, though that privi lege Is accorded to . families of em ployes killed in the service. These are among the rulings an nounced by the Interstate commerce commission. The commission holds that a rail road may provide In Its tariffs that whenever, because of washouts or other accidents, passengers are de layed beyond their ticket limit, or so as to curtail their stopover privi leges, the conductor or other agent may by endorsement on the ticket extend the t'me to cover such deten tion. This Is to be honored by suc ceeding conductors on the compsny's line, but no carrier can provide such extension over lines other than Its own, except when provided In a prop er Joint tnrlff. The commission has authorized changing (by not over thirty days) the terms of short time excursion fare tariffs under certain conditions. When the excursion si limited to not more than three days, change may be posted one day In advance In two public places for these rea sons: Change of dates or meetings, extension of the return limit, addi tional selling dates, additional stop over privileges, etc. If the excursion Is limited between three and thirty days' cancellation of tariff or change In Its terms may be made on like notice of three days. -AMO MY PAOTtB WILL Slka j will recitc homhjOI in AT TMg BXIPCC- J WHAT'S HURRY? r'r 1 I . I i "V WORST KIDNEYA. &M. COUEGE BLADDER I Many Serious Cases Relieved With This Simple Home Made Mixture. Hers la a prescription that anyone! can mix at home. Any good pre- crlptlon pharmacy can supply, th Ingredient named at little cost; be lng compound of vegetable extracts, it is harmless and Inexpensive. Best of all it aloes Its work well, relieving even the worst form of bladder trou- . ble, frequent urination, backache, kidney complaint, and by it dl-; rect action upon the eliminated tissues of the kidneys, makes thes '. most vital organs rid the blood and system of waste matter and uric acid j which causes rheumatism, I Here It Is; try It, If you suffer: Fluid Extract Dandelion one-halt I ounce; Compound Kargon, on ounce; Compound Syrup garsaparllla, three ounces. fihake well In a bottle and take In teaspoonful dose after each meal and at bedtime. Former sufferers often state that on week' use shows curative re sults in nearly every Instance, and such symptoms as lame back, fre quent desire to urinate, pain In blad der and even chronic rheumatism are generally relieved within a few days, the pain and swelling with each dose. dlmlnishing EL PASO MAN'S BODY HELD AT NIAGARA FALLS hi assistants have been ci ylns; ' oa Life Insurance of $50,000 la Involved ome experiment which will hava In lHaUi of Paws city Resident, !tt great bearing upon the future roV uct of the Mesllla valley. Orape Nlagara Fall, N. T., Oct. Jl Th'anJ on-olu have toeen producd her body of lirewiter Cameron, of Kl for many years but they have aot Pso. Tex., father of Brewater Cam- , been raj8e), scientifically or data far eron, Jr.. of Kansas City, who lost nished which could be tabulated aad his life by going over th American 1 uged ag tne ba.:a for a bulletin of la- ' falls October 3, Is still being held t formation Morses undertaking room on thai Thera ' now ... -... .1 -r. j Canadian Bide of th river, awaiting I Inst riiotlnns. frrim IV.a rrvt on' a fin am 9( .. . ... cnU varieties, and data U being g Ma lts disposition. ered anJ eXpcrimenta performed la . Vh? lie b0dy TV recoverTed - regard to pruning, th atump ayetem tober 9. Brewster Cameron. Jr.. ar- , versus the treUls , eftecU ; o( ranged with Mr. Morse to have " heavy and llght w(nter lrrlgaUoll Mt embalmed and held pending instruc-, the amount o( grape, proauced;pe, tlons and .ince then. Mr. Mora aald acre, The are planted n r'.w, today, h haa ' heard nothing from e)gnt toe, , and ,Uht . at ba- any member of th dead man fam-: tween the rowa- Tn nske, ,,0.Jt ly,-. 7r.m ' w WBy .'. C."Jner?.n 700 vine per acre. The planting cam talked Mr. Morse said h. thought b(J dlrect from ,he cane. f the body would be scut away within tnose that have been -proute4 , th thirty days. previou year. Her some of each It I under ood that it w Mr. k,n(, haV8 been , f . Cameron', original Intention to have ce d,KrenCe in th growth th. body of hi. father ent at one f the tw ca be ,oen Tne m ii. .v ""v changed hla mind. V, r Oamavnn miam hftp mnA In an interview said that th body of hi miner was Deing neiu oj oruer ox the insurance adjusters. He admitted that it was because of the suicide t he- V'-1 "r" closed up before. Effort ar being made by him to secure affidavits to V. r.fl.m lV.nl tH fat.. .I.IIDfflu to reach the shore whll being car. rled down the stream to th brink of the falls. Some affidavit have been secured, but several persons. In cluding on newspaper man, have refused to sign any statement. It Is said that th amount of Insurance In volved la $60,000. Fur Oiappedl 8Ua. Chapped akin waooMr on us hands or face may be cured In on night by applying rhmsxjttrjusa a tatlv. It is also unsqualed for or nipple, burns e.nd scuds. For sal by al) drrtflsl. ihti:l arrivals. Alvurado. It. Is. Hague and wife, Montezuma, Sonora; C. It. McWilllams, Syracuse; K. W. Von Glahn. New York; Mrs. l R. Fisher, Kansas City; A. C. Km ery, Chicago; H. O. Ilursum, Socorro; V. It. Green, Kansas City; J. W. Mc Anally. Jackson, Tenn.; Ralph E'y, Demlng; M. A. Otero, Santa Fe; Sam McAllister, Denver; O. H. Van Btone, Santa Fe; John R. Bailey, Chicago; J. Hi Eryan, El Paao; H. O. Held, Denver; J. II. CJIlMi, N, w York; T. II. Moore, New York; W. II. A?h bri.'.ge, Philadelphia; A. Julell, Kan kis City; W. J. Kelly, Sellgman; C. H. Ieliiney, New York; H. J. Harns, Cof feyvllle; Jno. Stein, Las Vegas; Rob ert Carbern, San Franclaco; C. F. Morrison, Topt ka, Kan ; A. Welsman, New York. Sturires. W. K. Eberley, Wichita, Kan.; Don ald MoLeag, Cuba, N. M.; O. J. Rua wick, Chicago; R. L. Carver, Lagun.i, N. M.; E. T. Rutker. Pueblo; J. I. Peters. Wlnfield, La.; Jno. W. Sulli van, llat-an; J. J. Smith, Denver; fleo. H. Woods, Franklin. Pa.; W. II. Li:e. Kl Reno; O. P. Ebler, Denver; J. Myers, Denver; W. K. Wml, Cold. ii. N. M. 8avy. .1. A. Lath, La. Vegas; W. J Kil- ley, Silerain, Ariz.: S. Slcinn r. S.m An'.one, N. M. Had a Clone Call. Vra. Ada L. Croom, the widely cwn proprietor of th Croom Ho- el, Vaughn. Miss., says: "For aev--lZ months I suffered with a severe :;cgh. and consumption seemed to hav Its grip on m. when a friend recommended Dr. King's New DIs- svsry. I begsn taking It, and three bottles affected a complete eur.M Th rime of this lift saving cough and cold remedy, and lung and throat er Is world wlJe. Hold at all deal- and 11.00. Trial bottle free. TO PLAY AT EL PASO teSMBBsSS Football There Thanksgiving Promises Excitement-Notes of the School) iJ Agricultural College, K. M .. Oct, 31. N. M. A. C. will play Ml Pea Athletic on Thanksgiving. Tk agcr of the college football teas kas decided to accept the Thauksklvistsj game and play with h Kl PassJ Atsv letlcs upon that data.. Tkere a strenuous effort to get .a rasse wits) Koswell for that time but tho ar rangement were delayed too Ig and no park could be secured kt which to play, tho gam and so At Roswcll gam had to be omllle' U the disappointment of a;i eonsrset, Crimson Itatn. M . " . r w. WuriT,i "" j v wish v w a ia . & vvi' rooter and It la expected tkat la short time they wilt present a gay appearance at the games. ,The sweat- er will be decorated with the Mtrr N. M. A. C . . j Milk Slckitc-st or Tremble. A new press bulletin, ;jtfOY.v I about ready for distribution. Thl gives information In regard to tb sickness of cattle which ha caoMsl much trouble In various pacea In tko territory. It explains what InresnU gationa have already been mad and gives farmers an opportunity to as sist in this woik. by helping to supply . data. Prof. Woolen, head of the ko tanlcal department of the college, caa furnish detailed Information la re gard to the work now being doae. Horticultural Kxpcrln-enM. Again thl year Prof. Q.ircla Aa4 contalnIn e ht of tne bert comBMr J . . ... ... h h , f two voir, ani this season yielded about one-sixth of aa aVTbg av"ag', average grape vine here ought to yield at least thirty pound an nually, and with 700 vine to th acr and grape retailing at three cent per pound it U very easy to compute J . u." " f.. mJ. c what an acre should yield. If cut tings are planted 85 to 90 per cent 8r0,w' but reBt"r h routed one live. It 1 found that the European frap Is better adapted to thl soli and oil mate than tho American varieties. On tons. Experiment with onion hava also been carried on in thla department. They have cultivated eighteen - on fiftieth acre tract and thla year they have produced over 23.000 pounda of onions. There la a variation ia th tracts In the amount produced ac cording to quantity of fertilized use, and some of the best tracts produced more thnn 1,600. The seeds ar planted in the autumn and then th plants ar transplanted In th spring. However, good results have been had from aeeds sown In the spring. At takes from five to seven pounds of seeds to plant an acre. Thla la a Spanish onion and a," long since a comparison was mad with the best Spanish onion which had been Imported and expert coald not distinguish between the Imported variety and the one grown by th horticultural department. WOMAN'S BREAST FOR CANCER Auy Lump lit Woman's Cancer. Urea ia A new book of the most wonderful discoveries on the cure of cancer ever written has been recently published by Dr. 8. R. Chamley. the noted can cer specialist, who has for many year had offices at 747 B. Main St.. Lo Angeles. Cat., and haa effected thou sands of wonderful cures of cancer that have been pronounced Incurable by other physicians. He successfully proves his astounding statement that "Any lump In a woman' breast I cancer" in thl book. Ha ha so much confidence In hi ability to cure cancer that he offers $1,000 It he fails to cur any cancer h treats before It poisons deep glands. H has devoted almost th whole of hi professional life nearly forty years to this specialty and has reduced It t a science that has not been approach ed by any other physician. He per forms no operations with th knsT and his treatments are painless. The book and his cures ar creat ing a sensation among medic! men who recommend him as being strict ly reliable. The reader may save life by sending thli to some on. with cancer. Subscribe for Tlte ClUsra. - I -- ..... . .r.o I.-Ivv.- ,