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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL WEDNESDAY. JULY 24. 1912.
SEVEN SCOOP, the Cub Reporter. IT WAS A CASE OF MISTAKEN IDENTITY. By "HOP." i y ' 0 II RELATION OF SOIL TEXTURE TO LAND Hi Rex E, Willard, Assistant Pro fessor of Agronomy at Agri cultural College, Issues In teresting Bulletin, Siviiil rorre.pnntlrnra tn Morning Journal) Agricultural Experiment Station, Sl:i I.- I N-m; '. X. M., J my 23. Rex E. W i ti :i r I . assistant professor cif un n ni iini.v at tin- agricultural college, has Immi'-iI ;tn interesling bulletin on the Mih.jcct. I le says: Little consideration hiis been given ii ii 1 i 2 recently In th- relation nf soil Ii-XtlUc In llll' application of water by Irrigation. Alii 1 1 ' of t Ii i principles I hut itplily tu tin' cnnscrva t inn nr moisture uihIit dry farming conditions apply us well tu irrigated districts; such preparation uf tin- laml and tiuii to prevent rv.'i point ion. .-ire gradually hi-iutr considered l,y tin' better lii rmirx, but few men have learned that different soils re- ililfereiit 1 1 .'.i t in I'll t s to Hive the nd most eeoiioniieal results in irrigation standpoint, of the first consider! I ions to t j into aeeotint under irrigit levcling the land. Most farmers us tli rlilth Tin m- tjiiirt- i l.i-sl ;i ll'otll ; I llie lie t:i 1- li'Hl is Tlhie Joiuiirinial Waraft Cokmrms IF YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL mi i Hili: Willi II iiiir. In 1 1 'e a surveyor's level, consid- that they eat) Kit the results iMiit this expense. II has heroine u known fad that eertain soils rc e renter slope on the surfaee cccivc the proper amount of wa fiom irrigation than others. For ex ; i III pic Create!" iiinount it:. in do sn slop. of water heav. ndv IVell lit clay Soil ea requires a s a different ill irrigation, soil, in order thai all pails of the irrigated trait amy i''eie eiu;i amounts of mois ture. It has been found that in eer tnin .Yv Alexieo sandy foam soils the innisiiire from slx-ineh irrigation per- i.l. il.-s to a depth of four feet to tour n t n ilas. The same amount of water ii.ilii d to i i rtain elay soils under the snine eonilition percolates only eigh th n i in lies in the same time, therefore, the water is appll Il'.i.ilin:,', region, it pints lire "inl lire e texture, a I receive 111 ti'ih. The the upper end of sail anil very littl sail if the tract Is of the proper grade fur the sandier type. On the other hand, if the plat is leveled ho i'S in the same time. When. the water is applied by is is usually the ease in this is apparent that when the graded to the same slope imposed of soils of different II parts of the plats will not proper amount of irriga- water will pass quickly over the plat of heavy will seep into the that CARD SIGNS FOR SALE. Tho Journal now ha a full assort ment f carj signs on hand. You can certainly find what you want in the following list: "Furnished Rooms fur Kent' "Unfurnished Rooms for Rent," "For Kent," "For Sale," "Roams for Rent," "Furnished Itonnis for Light Housekeeping." "Room and Board." "Table Board." "Roam for Light Housekeeping," "lloune f,,r Sale," "House for Kent," "Plain Sfwlng," "Dressmaking." The "rdii will he sold at the low price of 10 ppnti each. Call at the business office. iP'i i ft s met i To You The Morning Journal is Giving Away FREE the Sure-Cut Can Opener with a SOc Prepaid Want-Ad This Can Opener is made of heavy steel. 1 0 inches long, nickel plat fd. ebonized handle, serves at both botlle nj can opener. u The Morning Journal water will percolate Into the clay soil uniformly, another plat of sandy loam soil of tiiy same slope will receive the stealer amount of water on the upper portion. In tills 1'ckIoii It lias been found that In mated tracts mipportiui; alfalfa should he graded on a .slope of about two inches to one hundred feet. Some plats have been observed where the Krade wu at least four inches tiT-inc hundred feet. In this case there was a very noticeable difference in the yield of allalfa on different parts of the plats, the crop bein? much belter at the lower end, w hile the upper por tion was very linht. These conditions prevail on the heavier adobe clay and clay loam soils, (in the other hand, soils of sandy character should be so leveled that they will have a greater slope. Tlie slope of four inches to one hundred feel Is mole nearly correct for sandy soils than two inches to one hundred feet. .Much wjiter is lost to the crop in this renion from excessive Irrigation. Soil moisture determinations at this experiment, station have shown that the moisture from twenty inches of ir rigation of four inches each duriiiK llie ordinary ki'hwIuk season perco lates to a depth of more than nineteen feet, in certain sandy lonni soils. The moisture that percolates to a depth of more than cIkIU feet is lost for ordi nary crops. Therefore it Is apparent that the applications of water have not been In proper amount at each irricallon for the most economical use of the water. I'"reiuent shallow irri yatioiis prevent this deep percolation. as llie moisture Unit is applied is used by the Ki'owinn crop more nearly at the same rate that it is applied. There fore, it is apparent that with the shal low irrigations on the sandy soils tin re is a saving of water. A saving of as much five inches of the above twenty has been noted. 'in the other hand, where the soils are of heavy texture, such as clay or clay loam, this condition does not pre vail. It has been noted that in the ease of clay son twelve Inches of Ir rlKulinn water applied three inches at a time, percolated only eighteen inches during the Ktowint,' season; while the same amount of water applied in six inch Irrigations percolated thirty-six Inches in the same time. This depth Is not below the root zone for must crops; in fact, It Is scarcely deep enough for most of them. It is appar ent, therefore, that in the case of the heavy soils, the amount of each application should be much larger, than smaller, even thntiKh the same total amount of water Is applied dur ing the season. These facts point to the conclusion that there Is a marked difference in the amount of water absorbed by dif ferent soils In the same leiiKth of time. Soils of sand, sandy loam or liKht loam character should be so lev eled that the water will pass more rapidly over the surface under the lloodinii system, that is, they should have a greater slope than soils of heavier character. A erade of four inches to one hundred feet has been found to he not too great for these soils, (in the other hand, soils of heavy loam, silty clay loam and day should be graded ho that the water will run less rapidly over the surface, since the water does not percolate as rapidly Into these soils. The more sandy the soils the greater should he the slope tif the land; while the more clayey and silty the soils, the less should he the grade. For the mast economical use of water on soils of different texture the lighter the soils, that is, the more sandy, the lighter should be the amount of each irrigation, though the number of irrigations should lie I greater. (n the other hand, the more clayey the soils the heavier should lie each irrigation, and these will not be required at as freUent Intervals. FOR SALE. $4000 7 room, :! story, modern resi dence, hot water heat, 7."i ft. lot. lawn, good outbuildings, close in, terms. $ XaO 4-room house, six 50 ft. lots. chicken houses, gasoline enk'Ineuiid pump; near car line. $2000 5-room frame, modern, cellar, 4th ward, on car line. J3000 G-room, modern bungalow, sleeping porch, large lot, lawn, trues. $1000 4-room house, lot 100I14Z, outbuildings, city water, near Uni versity; terms. 14000 9-roorn, 2-tory brick, modern, West Central; 1,U0 cash, balance 8 per cent. 18200 6-room hrlck, modern, hard wood floors, fire place, corner lot. Highland; 700 cash, balance 8 per cent. MOVEY TO IATAN. t'lKK INSURANC14 A. FLEISCHER. 1 1 1 South FVwrth StrwU Phone 874. Next lo New I'ostofflce THIS IS A GOOD ONE Four room, pew, modern brick, south front, near in on lowlands, two screened porches, largo sleeping porch. Price $2,300. $200 down, $25 per month. Porterfield Co. filed notice of Intention to make fi nal 3-year proof, to establish claim to tile land above described, before II. It. Whiting, I'nited Stales commis sioner, at AlbuqueriUe, !Kh day of September, Claimant names ('Italics F. Kanen, of Nicolas Apodaca, of Jose Aluntajlo y Sena, due; Amado Pargas, of MAN Ft, July 21 ; Aug. 23. .. M., on the 1 !) 1 2. as witnesses: AlbuiUeniue; A lbuiUeriUe; of Albtiiiuer Albuqueriiue. it. OTFKO, Register. FIRE INSURANCE AND LOANS. 217 West Gold. GO SEE IT TODAY 1)12 South Ivdltli .Street. New 5-room modern cottag;i' on car line, and tho biggest bargain of which we have any knowledge in the city toduy. THAXT0N & CO., 211 V. ;olil Ave. Plume (I a 7. All. It J It KIDS. Sealed bids will he received ut the office uf the county clerk of Bernalil lo county, Albuquerque, N. M., up to 10 o'clock in the forenoon of Friday, August 11!, 1K12, for the building of 3110 feet of wooden bridge connecting I'hone (1(10, OITiri witti uio present west end or the mcelj biidtso over the Hlo Grande at llarelas and extending westerly therefrom, in ace udaiice with plans, and specillcu- tioiM on flit; in said clerk's office, and also with the county surveyor. Conditional bids will also be re ceiver at tho sano time and place for the repair of the pier at the fesent west end of said steel bridge, in accordance with plans find specifications on iilo with the eou tty surveyor. Hlds will also he received at the same time and place for the purchase and rem ival from said river, also for the rem val from the river for the county o tho three spans of said steel bridge that went down during he re cent Hoc 1, Each jld must be accompanied with a certllied check, on some local bank In Albuquerque, in the amount of 10 Per cent of the hid, payable to the order of tlie treasurer of liernullllo county, as it guarantee that bidder will enter Into a contract for tho work bid on should his bid be accepted. The successful bidder for the build ing ot the bridge will be required to give a bond, satisfactory to the board of county commissioners. In the sum of $2,500.00, conditional for the faith ful performance of the contract. All of said work must he done un der the supervision and to tlie sat isfaction of the county surveyor. The board reserves the right to re ject any or all bids. Hy order of the board of county commissioners. A. K. WALK EM, Clerk. July 1R. August IB. FOR RENT Rooms. FOR RENT Furnished roems; mod ern; no sick. Apply 60$ W Central. FOK RENT Modern rooms. Grande Hotel. 61 W. Central. Rio KOlt R1SNT Furnlslied rooms, mod trn. 218 S. Walter St. FV' HUNT Two front looms for light housekeeping; sleeping porch. 7,31 S. A I' mi. FuiTTtKNT ItoomfornTtTirTiiTmi keeping. 320 V. Iron. 1'iiK H 10 N'T A desirable, well venti lated room In a quiet home, tililt W. Lead Ave. l-'()lt It KNT Two large ro'oms, com pletely furnished for housekeeping, modern. Ulfi W. Coal. FiTlTTi KNT .Tce fin nlsiieTr roT.mr for sleeping, also two rooms lor housekeeping. 51" s. Kroadway. Ft ill It KNT Newly furnished room Willi sleeping porch, In private fam ily; new, modern home; hoard If de sired. Suitable lor two. No sick'. 705 North Third street. Foil ItKNT Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Inquire 40 1 North Second street. Fo It ItKNT Two rooms completely furnished for light housekeeping, private bath, modern. 315 N. (ith St. Knit If KNT -Cool and airy sleeping rooms. No sick nor children. 402 West Silver Ave. STORAGE. WANTED Pianos, household foods, etc., stored safely at reasonable rates. Advances made. Phone 640,. The Security Wurehouse A Improve ment Co. Offices: Rooms I and 4, Qrant block, Third street and Central avenue. FOR SALE Real Estate. A HOME FOR SALE. In the Highlands, close to the shops, "in street car line. Four-room frame, modern, nearly new; large screi net', porches, shade trees, chicken yards, etc, part cash, balance easy pay ments. Call at S14 South Kdlth street, Foil SAI.K Improved ranch, good house and barn; all under diich. Cheap for cash or will give easy terms, owner leaving state, 321 S, Walter. Ft ill SAI.K Ity owner - 20-in re ranch in foot hills. Klevalloii 4, Mill feet, strictly modern house. All con veniences, 1,250 fruit trees, elc. Healthiest location In, the Fulled States, cllinale unexcelled. Soil and water the best. Call upon or address, Oscar S. I.nsk, Alainogordo, N. .M. SF. Sawtelle & Hicks General Contractors II West ,'Ul Ave If you Maul a house built. ;JhlElJVANT KM I'lyOYMKNT. AUKKVY. 210 W. Silver. Phone 351. WANTED Mexican teamsters' anil laborers, $1.76, $2 and J 2.25 a day; bridge carpenters, two machinists. UOLiItt'HN'S ICMPI-OYiMKN'!. Ill W. Silver. Tel. 49S. P. (J. Hox 174. Wanted White barber; experienced presser; carpenter for U. II. W A N T Kl August 1 iaT by7ii"e I'les- bytcrlan Sanitii rium, a man lo make beds and do general work. Permanent position for rig lit party. WANTED Four good tinners for roofing at Foiled States Indian school. V'ogt Lewis. WANTED First class machine man Cty Sash Poor Co. WANTED Young man, Herman pre ferred, as handy man about nrivali residence. Hoard and room included. Apply Ho.'ttger, old Town. Call be tween 5 and 7 p. m. AMERICAN HOTEL B(I3 W. t ent nil Rooms single, double or cnMilte. It J (lay or week. rkasovahm; i'itici:si. FOR R E N T Apartments. Foil ItKNT Modern, furnished and housekeeping rooms, week or month. Westminster. Phon 107S. Fol; KENT-Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping Willi balh. 4 12 East (Ira ml. FOK ItKNT SU rooms, modern apartment, gas range, sleeping porch; also modern 6-room cottage, shade trees, cellar, etc Apply A. W Anson. 816 N. 6th St, "FOR RENT Dwellings. '" rooms with bath Edit SAI.K - Alfalfa farm, Irrigated farm of llu acres In the Mora val ley, mile and a half from town, about ninety acres In alfalfa, I'lne stand. Two good adobe hoiiHcH and other Im provements; six horses and complete outfit of hay and farming machinery go with place. Ilest w.iler right on river, no maintenance charges. Estab lished income i,f over $2,.',(ni.iui per alumni ri,ght now. Price, Including all equipment, $'.15,110 per acre. Addre P. O. Ilox 3S, Fast Ens Vegas, N. M PROFESSIONAL CARDS Ma xrv 4-. e, - -arTCft 'Jt. ATTORNEYS. It, W. 1. HIIYAN Attorney-at-Law. Office In First National Hank In W11.WON Albuquerque, N. M. m:wis alio Attorneys -tit-La sr. Rooms K-17-19 Cromwell Bnllala Res. Phone 16HV? ; Offlee Fkena 1172. DENTISTS. DR. 4. K. KRAIT Dental Huroa. Rooms 1-1, Harnett Hlds:. Phone T44 Appointments Made by Mall. D1S. , S. MAt'ltl'.TII !iitlsf. Rooms 25-27 (.!,: Itldg. Appointment niade by iiihII. A. u. siioitn i:, m. i). Practice Limited to Tuberculosis. Hours, to II. 224 ',i W. Central Ave. phone 1177. Albuquerque Sanitarium. I'hone (41. W. M. SHERIDAN, M. D. Practice Limited to Genito Urinary Diseases tnd Diseases of the Skin. The Wussermann and Noguchl 1'eabj Balvarsun "608" Administered, Cltl.eiiH' Hank Hulldlug. Albuquerque, New Meilco. JrRJE--Houses Foil SALE Four-room collage, Im provements, fill-font lot. Apply 1121 N. Eighth street. Foil UK 410 W. NT Four Lead Ave, two 1019 HELP WANTED Female. N. J. florham. cashier Hank of Woodville, Woodvllle, Oa., had a very severe attack or kidney trouble anil tho pains In his kidneys and back were terrible. "I got a bottle of Foley Kidney rills from our druggist and they entirely relieved me, I have more benefit from them than any other medicine." J. H. O'RIelly Co. WANTED Women agents to handle pal-nted article thut every woman needs, loo per cent profit. Sells on sight. Write today. Indicator Agency, Douglas. Arizona. WANTKD A for cooking good woman or girl and housework. Apply Mrs. N. T. Armljo, (123 W. Cooper. WA.yi'KD A girl for general house work. Apply In tlie mornings, at SOS W. (lold. FOR SALE Livestock, Poultry. FOIl 3 21 HALF Twenty-live laying hens. S. Walter. Foil SALE (icntle lamlly horse, cheap. George Neher, 403 N. Second street. LEGAL NOTICES. I H-piirt incut of the Interior. 1'. S. 1-iU'l office. Santa Fe, N. M.. .Inly 21. 1 :i 1 2. Notice is hereby given that Jose It. licnavliles. of Albuquerque, N. M.. who. on May 1 1. ISO, made Home, stead Entry No. 14,3n2. for S. ,a. S E. 'A. S. U, S. W. U. section l, township N.. ransi' 4 K. New Mexico principal- meridian, has FOR RENT Miscellaneous. Store to let. Central Ave., between 1st A 2nd. Sts. Inquire T.. Journal. UtiiilJ lloKSKS and mules. Hide or drive. Wagons and light rigs for rent and sale, at Simon Garcia, No. 1202 N. Arno street. l-" iK K KNT t'ntil otherwise occu pied, the Orpheuin theater for spe cial occasions. Apply W. V". Futrelle. WANTED Rooms. WANTED one nr two furnished light housekeeping rooms. with sleeping porch; no sickness; male price. K. I-'. If., care Journal. WANTFIv Thi'i rooms, furnished for housekeeping. Must be clean and reasonable. G;u ami electric lieht. Not a health seeker. Address, Journal, box 10. WANTEI) laying In 1st St. Twi lis. Ivc Plymouth Phone 395. Kocli (iti S, Foil KENT Nicely furnished room tent house with porch. S. Waller St. Foil KENT Three-room furnished cottage, sleeping porch. 1210 South Fdlth Full RENT Four rooms and bath, giis range, modern, close In, furnish ed or unfurnished. The Leader, 809- 31 I VV. Central. Foil. KENT 4-rooms, cellar, mod ern. 30,7 N. Cth. 3-room cottage, 9ii'.i N. First. I- T. Dcianey, VIS W. Koma. Foil KENT i Hie, room houses, rurnlshed. W. V. Hroadway. Phone two, three and four furnished or llll Futrclle, 614 8. 157HW. FOR SALE Miscellaneous. TYPIiWlUTEKS for sale or rent. Underwood Typewriter Co., $21 W. Gold avenue. Phone 144. UtCO. K. WOODS, M. !). Physician and Hurfsu Grant Building. Phones. Office 1131; Rtsldenoe 1MIW DR. II. COXNIIK, Osteopath. Room 6-0. Slern Hloek. I'hone (I."i5-1(25, .loSFJ'll H. 1PFS, M. D. Suite 1-$, Whiting; Bldf. Hours. S-il a. m., 2-4 p. m., 7-8 9. I Phones Office Mill; Res. (It. DRS. 'ITl.li II VKF.S. Specialists Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat. State National Hank Rldg. Phone :!. go carl I 'l Ml SALE - i Hie collapsible Price $S.(MI, 420 S, Edit It. ' FoK SALE- Finn Singer "drophcuil sewing machine. 4, Grant bldg. Fill! SALE -- lidllhle "set of Tmg harness, one buggy pole, g I as new, only used twice, worth $30, will sell $15. 321 S. Waller St. 1 -carat diamond, II in very brilliant, X, Jour- FoK SALE while slum mil office. Foil SALE l.'iilibcr tired buggy, al most new; also refrigerator and i dresser, very reasonable, U14 N. Kiev enth, or phone 1 4 92W, FOK SALE -A Mosler safe, desk and revolving desk chair. 510 West Cop per avenue. DR. JS. W. RK II KD.SON Physlclsn and Surgeon, finite 2(1, Armljo buooing. Kesldence phone 3 3;, Office phone Iti. DIC. SALMON 1'riietleo Limited to Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. 2Il'2 West Central Ave. WANTED Positions. WA.NTEl! Poslton Good references. as stenographer. I'hone 144BW. WANTKD Ky American girl, posi tion as cook or general housework on a ranch. Address G. II., cure .Morning Journal. ORJALE fulture FOR SAI.K Cnmplele furnishings of fi-room Iioiih'. Everything In good condition. No sick. Leaving city. 214 N. Seventh. FOR SAI.K Furniture of ll-room house. All In good condllloii. A bar gain for cash. Inquire 41s W. Gold. WANTED Hy reliable man with wit and baby, alcadv work In or near city. Address W. J., this office. MEDICAL. THEY lay, they win, they pay. Won four firsts, one second at state fair. 111. R. C. R. I. Reds, Mottled An- conas and B. P. Rocks. Egg and chicks for sule. L. E. Thomas. P. O. Box 111, 717 East Ilazcldlna FOR SALE Acclimated Missouri Mammoth Jacks, 2 years old and upwards, HvO to $1,500 each. It takes from one to two years lo acclimate Jacks brought from tho stntes. James D. Hand, Los Alamos, N. M. FOIl SALE Gentle die; mIso set of Ii. ness. i; w. Gold. iailil avy pony, sud ollble hat- FOK SALE Our specialty laying strains, Hreeds that lav are the ones that pay. Those only we keep. Thfry are S. C. W. Leghorns,, Itl.u k Miiihrcas. P.. ('. and S. (I. R. I. Reds. Whit and Marred Rocks, Huff n pingtoiis and Hlac( Lang.xh.nis. No vniing chicks for sale, but eggs, $1.00 per 13. Crystal White Orpingtons. Kell..rstr.iss $2.00 per Li. Good time to hatch for spring layers. Ideal pimltrv Ranch. Old Albuquerque. Pbona 13S5R. MMK. IIF.VAI.IFIfS French Menstrual Pills. Positively guaranteed or money refunded. $2 per box. Write for advice. P. O. Ilox 4, Albuquerque, N. M. "HOW I rt KED MYSELF OF CON SUMPTION" A booklet of price less value to tubercular sufferers. Ab solutely free. ( has. F. Avtock, 703 loternnllonnl Malik Kids.. Irfis Angeles $1.25 PER WORD Inserting cliisMlfl.nl ads In 3d leading pap"! In tho IT. S. Send for list. Tho Dake Adver Using Agency, 433 Main St., Los An geles, or 12 Geary St.. San Francisco. JEJjWi rt. F. VETERINARY COLLEGE be gins Sept. 16. No profession offers equal opportunity. (. aiaiog iree. tj. Ke.-ine. Pres., 1 81 S Market St., San Fra riciseo. WANTED Miscellaneous. WANTED House building and gen eral job work. Hurtou Keller, Phone 1292W. WANTED- -A six or seven room fur nished house, lowlands preferred. Address J. II.. this office. WANTED Gentle horse and n hiigm P. (). Ilox 3 15; I'hone 1122. A I. KOIAIMON Ij. 1HJRIX1N. M. I) Physlolan and lurgeon. Sujt Bmrnstt Bl. WO MA N S IK ISI'ITaTj - .Mcdli al, Surgical and Obstetrical. Tel. ll(l 72.1 N. S mil St. PROFESSIONAL NURSES. JilmTl a rn dilute Nurse and Masseuse Treatment At Your Home. 309 1-2 W. Central Ave. phone 694 ENGINEERING t HAS. M. ItOltl N, Civil 1 aiglneor, Laud Suricynr. 211 W. fiohl Ave., .Mhiiquerinie. N. M. PARCEL DELIVERY. Albuquerque Parcel Delivery. Purcels delivered to all parts of the cltv: trunks delivered and checked. Dav phone 47: nights and Sundays tins. SANTA FE TIME TABLE. WANTED- Carpel Goff. phone 5i;s. aning. W.' n5 E. Ceiilrn WANTKD gallons. Coyote Co Tank holding about 1.000 Must be In good condition WANTED-Sewing. WANTED-1 iressninkltig ' at rrasoiuible prices. 908 S. Third street. ami sewing Phone 1310, FOR SALE OR TRADE. 'UK KALE crop of a boot live i IlitltlS. OR TRADE-- l general toiirket res. Apply 1400 aw lug lib , i Wil- For rf.liakle trcnks, suit CASES am! nnnd baps, go to the Mbiiqueniue Trunk factory. Repair ing, phone 423. 2UVI South Second mi: m u.i: kk imo hot SPRINGS or .M.MI".. N. M., e T.e.-ivcs Albuquerque postoffiee daily except Sundays lit 6 a. m. Can curry three passengers at a time. First conies, firs, served. Kor tickets apply to ;YIV GARCIA. Prop. e IHM S. I'.rondwfll. Plume 7".K. No. No, No. No. No. No. No. No. Kffct the January 20, HI2. Wcslhound. Arrives 1 ChI. Express.... i::'iip ,t ( 'al. Limited .... I II :5b a, V Mex.-( al. Exi.. . 1 0; I Op V Cul. l'asl Mull. . 11:5(1 p l-lasilioiniil, 2 Tourist Exp. . . 3:55p Limited (. :35p X East Kx t;;55p 10 overland li. . 8:00a Departs K lop 11:25a 1 1 :0(,p 12:45a 4:20p 6:05p 7:25p 8:35a II Mer. El Pas, From I No. ftltt Floui I SII9 k I 5 S 1 1 Paso Tialiit. KM' PilMS. . . :l Paso 6: I Paso 6: ,.U:I0p .. 11:2 us. una 20p Rosnell, t'lm Is ami Amarlllo. No. Ml Pei-os Vul. Exp 7: No. (HJ All.oq. Exp.. Hp 1. J. JOHNSON, AgtmL tip