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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. SUNDAY, AUGUST 25. 1912.
TWO
Apple Parers
Fruit Presses
Mincing Knives
Food ChoDDers
Pr'srrvini Kettles
Fruit Jars I
RAABE & MAUGER
1 JS-l 17 N. First St.
TAFT SIGNS CANAL
MEASURE DEFYING
PROTEST OF
ENGLAND
Save
CHAMP CLARK SAYS' VICE TRUST KEEPS
OPEN HOUSE IN
IT
HflUSF RECORD
01 rOJ It 01
THERE l NOTHING LIKE A HANK BALANCE TO ENTICE SUCCESS. AND AS SUC ESS IS A QUALITY AND
NO'I A Ql NT1TY VOL) IMMEDIATELY BE OME A SI CCESSFI I. MAN WHEN YOUR HANK BOOK SHOWS
FVEN A MODERATI BALANCE, WHY NO! BEGIN SAVING FOR SUCCESS NOW ? A DEPOSH OI- $LO0
OPENS AN v COUN1 Al PHIS BANK AND YOUR MONEY EARNS 4 PER CENT INTEREST. COMPOUNDED
EVERY ! IN M IN 1 1 IS. Wl II. N SI ESS CAN BE GAINED SO KAMI Y. Wl IV DELAY ?
ISGREI
NEW YORK
RIGHT TO REGULATE
OWN COMMERCE
Speafcei in Valedictory I
Woik of House ol Repre
tatiyes and Predicts Di
cratlc Victory!
.in
by All Othi
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W.u.liliirl"ii, A.UK, S
i'liniii, i'I.hIi i...lnv .n'llu r. i
dicinry ii iii n tttti
tha simv Hi eonil nr
till' hilt ' I I HV WlMll'l 'I" l.i l i
mduta (rutii that tin- hu
t l II I n Of t hi 8tXty fltt ii nil
mill i "iin . illil ii. i ' II
"have itmdi H awceplng i
vn loi v ii'ii ' '.ini.iii iv i i i in
lory Hi. il III mi ii iln
1 In hi'iuili ,i tut I tii (iii hi. i
Dramatically axldraai inn
MNm in h wiiii. iii. 1 1 1 M t .!
iiniih. chamber wiih alow i
IowmiiJ Iln final ml luiii mr
Uta ittaaker iii i, trlfaut u
tit i. hi h pa in.', declared tin
Jorily e,HM i l more Muei ,-i
than by ii. in . n ii. i n . (i
nor Mi) BilnurHj aval led
than by Hapl am nlnlh M I
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courage
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with II
lull In
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i' Knitllah
First Savings Bank and Trust Co.
Privilege Held
NSURREC
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WHEAT FOI
EISRER DECIDES
iraal npartal Imh4 Mirrijiiii Marnlai Journal Kparial fid Wl
NICARAGUA IS
RELIGIOUS GARB
resident Tail
tefora Seers
aarimr wer
nan denied
Iln- mil
GROWING
QUESTION
u I
ARMY
i $89,000,000
icans ni(i
Am; Anne
,,",.,. ,, M'ADOO MAY MANAGE
i w-.l WILSON'S CAMPAIC
it Mas ooci ota i y
(ermining Matte
Bj Morning Journal Apaclnl l.fnsfil Wlrc.l
lug for He- Ifiiwull i'.-hiiiils. tonlRhl
Secretary of the Interior Walter E
Klsher Rulimlltfld to I'm di nl I'ufl a
iiiii-i tuiK si 1 1 1 1 1 1' rmili his decision
:4. President
army appro
iiipioxlmatelj
ffi
part-
Hi.' app
ti
(K'ember 16th,
nrllon id thfl
ii of arm) rf-
I'limnninds.
fur htm
Ai Hi
fatuity,
he Ml i
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inf thai
Hpvaker ('lurk anti
lie ill nun llllx ll.nl
I . iih 1 1 1 .-. I Hie ii
Ide. Without ..
Um miliiiii lulu
,1k- eJUtl I it. Ill
.h' m lv Into M
In J.I.. . , u i . I
lit mill.. I, ' iln
im thoruUKnty
f i i appearau
other pMrllmtte
limn, hlat i I"
ti tiiuna im n.
PROGRESSIVES TO
STRY IN OLD
PARTY I
wi
me
Ad
In. would , si ii pe the JnHiuli
.ill, I Ink. j h. ill Hi. in
lllll III.' I'
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bat that
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'Results from Journal Want Ad;
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Oregon Apples Have Won In Competition Open to
The World
(I its first great
n in I! ul l.ilo. ' )
dnl il- Iii i inie .ii i Ik I'.in merican Exp
iui 1904. Ai the Ltwii and CUrk Expositiort Md in Portland, Oi
ituring the firl pi
tin- first piize .ii
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iiliiu il l!
ni l Ii, iiuir'
I were selei led and sent to I 'resident
The Reasons Why
, Show hrll in Spokane,
ml Kind I Idward VII.
ic. Iii I Oregon ap
ilie 1 xuisiana Purchase Ex
n arried all iln- high honors.
i i . t (
i In supe
ii- very desirable fharai in
..ml thai IRFUGA I ION I!
exi elleni e u lm- i
X llu hi!, (In' iK'ifril , lun.ilK iiiiuliliii
I In- I inii.i Valley is, m f.u i, .i continuous srrn-s nl little v.il
cvs. ranging limn i few hundred to several thousand acres, lying
along iln ' Itnpqua rivei and its tributaries in iln- southern and richest
part ,i )n-goii.
Ii i lire from iln- unbroken .mil monotonous flatness ol th
prairie, being diversified with gentle slope and undulations, making it
adaptable fci a wide variety "I crops,
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The Umpqua Valley
In- supremacy ! tin- State "I Oregon as an apple producing
nl the leading apple and hint expo
hum lias, without exception, carried oil
state is acknowledged. 1
stiicns of several years past
ihr Inst pries.
OrrL-on ancles lead
appearance, nee
and m ught thn u
n, mil a premiun
every resperl.
As Oreaon
ualities, i
the marl
llie world, m i the I mpqua alley to Oi
Homesceker and Capitalist
i .1 . i . ., ..i i.. ;., ri,..in Ar
mi uii- capitalist uppuriunitica .u' .umiiu. uu ,u " '(."
leoree ol perfection whuh few plates can rival. Iln- Ore
A I ll ....I ,.l ...I I. ,,.k I .1 ,, uk.u,
but also ul an enormous increse ul land values.
I lie 2 -acre apple orchard ol S. L Bennett, at Cr
Junction, Ore., in !'" produced , ")0l boxes (bushels) o
I be total i ash pt,Q eeds ol the i top were $5,2 0, oi $-. 1 00
Mi Bennett, it is s.nd. lias refused $').0(HI .111 ,11 ie foi Ins
iples, p
fruit industry, in spile 1 I the 1
il piohi ei conditions. I tie)
,u 1 I grapes are produced there in a
sure- it lias won, is only in its infancy,
iiul i nly i.i heavy profits from then flUlt,
Mi G, II Hovei purchased a ten-ai rchard in lime. I'tilC),
tor $5,600. lie- crops ol 1906 and I'M) netted "him $'.(()).
leaving him $4, Odd deal above the purchase price,
In the same e.ii. Mi J. t . Gore received $4,045 from seven
acrei -'i Bartlett pears, and $4.J')J from ' ' acres ol Newtown Pip;
pin apples In addition. In- sold ovei $500 worth ol culls. (Culls
.ne tecond-grade fruit, nut suitable for export. I hey aie often
V turned into cidei oi dried frwil )
' ddO I.UX.-S ol ell.
I rom tweot) ih
,-s ol
$1.0
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pph w mi h n"tlt'tl $. : .
At rt . netted 1900 an ttft
If Others Why Not You?
thi-M- nu n. ind scored like litem, , in make money like that in I d reasonable to suppose, i. ii i ii a foregone conclusion that ve will
Ren-' mil, i that ihe lusi had to learn how and vxt alread) know. Remembet thai they had to , xinnna-nt ,md f work .dony
Buy a 5 or 10-acre tract in the Famous Umpqua Valley
ina tl.,w
mil K ' t it in
iter den
i is .i recognizea necessity m the home, lis tiejiin
key i- in VOW hand linn ll. I he lieusuie is
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in flavor, size, production, color,
and demand. I Key are known
I the w oi Id. .mil everywhere com-
ir hit'Ji and uniform quality in
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W . (.i. 1 loldredge, from ten acres ol peach trees planted as lil- O
lers between .i pi'- trees, pii ked 8,000 ( sales of peaches, which netted
htm $480 an acre while Ins apples were coming into bearing,
W. E, Foss, from one m to of C rdwford peaches, picked 1 .107 J
I ..,, that netted him SvH J0.25, j
Clyde I . Mason "I ( hicagb, a mechanical engineer, on October
IH last, paid $16,500 at I loud Rivei Foi ten aires m einhl-year-old J
trees ($1,650 pei acre); the varieties ar,- Newtowns and SpitZCtt- j
In in. I lie purl hase dees not include an) I IlildingS, and J. W, Rod-
luid. who sold, reserved the crop. Whili this may seem lnih. it is W
nut so regarded, bei m-c of a recent saje ol a three-year-old orchard J
for $1 .000 an a, i ,- and another sale cf $700 pei acre for land which V
had been cleared la:! not set to trees. I
Mr, A, D Helms has seven acres in Newtown IVtin am-les. Y
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W. C. Harding Land Co.
Portland, Oregon, and Roseburi, Oregon
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