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iock avaxanch: LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL ?3. 1914 NUMBER 42 VOLUME XIV. TEXAS INDUSTRIAL CONGRESS lion considered: 11.1'hiD in Prles: flrnt Prtr firm; of Hulletln No. cnlrled. Haby Congress will be malM to every llrnf." Thin hulletln contain vain-1 contestant st the proper time. Av...a,h. H.. Application 8 second p,,, ,,0; third pri. rnal.on with referetice u. . -T " and H.onO to be divided equally or- nimiiiH. ' - -- i. ..II rh..r contestant huM Clasa H Holland Hoo Club ! member of such rial). Mm nw ily in Isiy and girl of acre of o.rn. cotton, peanut, gnnr ax r over, anil not milo or feterlta. nnd the ame hahy In th local for the best bog. Judged from the or county rlub contest may be enter butcher' standpoint, and cimt nnd ed In the rongre context. Colt of Production t.ln srveclftel.t rmm. nnd for the best' a those for rorn In Clasa A. steers and hnga under certain condl j Cla.. C-T.ae Cotton Club vember I. 1914. Competition In this class l open i.oo in rnzea For Enuring ths Contatt for e... bi... v. 1014 I yield aro greater and whoiie cost of (Open onlj ..-..... .......... . -uu- v..r thn nrodnrllon Ib leu than the avenue i i year of Texas Industrial Congress I. offering yield d averse coat of production .over 1") yeura on January I. mi. : beef, or ho, entered IW.MiO In (told In priwa to the farm , of all contestant entered ill this ers of Texas who show the greutet , c ase. net profit In the production of cer- - . ..... win In f 'It.ua X rtU ttl.irA T llfl n II ITlOULIlR Olll 1ll .Sir . I. The cost or proouciiou or me i-m. 4 SILOS ENSILAGE AND HOW TO FEED IT The rondlttona governing C'laH R method f feeding considered, not to be more than 12 month old on No-' Some havo adversely crltlrlKed l Inife a a fisl, and It performance, one man raid to the writer, I "un der tnt." .Home of the more common ohjict centaur e of loss of the valuable parts of crop, dry cured. It l found that ihe average tonnage of corn, kaflr, mvhiitn, etc., I near 13 ton green, while after curing under the most tlofl. The contest I open without! rout to the men, women, boy and lrla of the atate who are ennnni'd In farmlnR. Application to enter th conteat from your county hara been few. and we r- writing to get your aid In ae curing more orntotant. Kntrte In only to toy and girl. 10 yeara old : second prle. f KtrMt pH. $l'0; third prite. $".; r over, and under 20 year on Jan--and $:' each for the 11 next beat nary I. 19H. ; roHUlW. r'or the larget yield from one acre 1 The condition governing Cln H of mlddlUix lint cotton, coet of pro-1 are the anie aa thiw for TIjiii K. d ni t Ion conaidered: mteHtant In thta clna are ad- IlrtMl In Prizva: FlrHt prize. SIM: vised to write to Mr. C Krenrh. I a Important a the yield, and -lljtM. f(.d, etc. tlon are, that It rauaea decaying favorable, condition, the dry foliage of the teeth, "washy" flcHb, our j l llghtlena than four toi a dlffer atomacb. deranged dlgontlve orgnna. nce of ekht ton-! A the alio lone of appetite for other and bet- only- a little over 10 per cent, one cn nudlly nee. the enornioue advan- the crop contest will be recelvea un-i i""-. "" - feeding and every mner item oi -x- f th,.in have any fiMindation aione vnn not pnrnuce me til May I. and entrle In the live- "d H.ooo to be divided e.iuully be-rott Worth. Texi., for Informal tn miM ( fl(.t j boBt ..,,. hen fattening 1 the -tork contra until June 1. We are! tween all other oiitttant whoeejand nd vice on feeding, etc. A careful recoid. hy houn.. itiuM; tloffert. a French riirmer. publiMied : object. No one f.?d will do thla. ending you a few announi ement of i '''' are greater and wh.e com! j SPECIAL i bH K(l f the amount of labor ofj, ".vianiiHl of the Culture and Silo-! not even cotton aeed meal, ahelle the cnte-t. We hpe you will place, t proiluctlon ut lee than the aver j SPECIAL ExaM Combination Prix I v.Hry ttI1d f PV.--y nnimal j ; 0f viaize and oUier Green Crop" eorn, etc a (balanced ration la an ab- C'onteHtnnt ho enter (iiu K forUH(.d n making the priie -n. . u n;;, coeriiig :'" year of the ""lute necessity to get the moat lor I acre of corn may. If they no , a dallv rv ord niiit also he kept i m,m. niactical exueiieiie. The fol- weignt lor um iuai money. ?,o one The condition governing i " . mHlw .. enVr ,),. mm a re in 1 f the kind and iiuiintHy of f.-el. lowinc veiwr. Krnnela .Morris. Oakland f,,,,,l wHl fulmlsh all Uie food ele- Appllcatlon to enter the contest will r ' wtn" "1'!" ror ' ll"" A 'ciaaa K. by p'linllng pesmiit between an, of every other Item of exense y.,nor. llowanl county. Mary land, menta. b' considered In determining aucceK- To ,h)(, B,ctioii. llage and llae ' liig-- of ensiling the grater part of fill constant. Thin rule ppll.l r.-nrHtiB; practically an Innovation. ; 'he the forage cnp. also, lo the cost of feeding In fla-! bll, fvw having Imd experience; and.1 From an analyli of allage, It ia ea r. 0. and II. j as nana!. It ha met wltjj the fate wen that It 1 rich in many of the) The rent of the land ,cot of the , of mmt nPW iamn mt or ioM j various nutrient rwjulred by the an oreAking of ground, preparing thej w Ray ,,r(.j,(f.r mJ ''"dy. having at the aatne UraJl el bel, feed, planting, fertilizer, I TUvm Indictments are of the the neceasary aucculence (like Knue' culilvatlon. guthering and weighing. a, u,,f variety, prlnclpullv. amli'01 them in the hand, of thoae who now , ' pro-luctlon of all cmteat . be Interested. We nh.lt be glad to1""! entered in thl clas. ' end you more If you can use them gladly he BfDt to anyone on appHca-j CLASS D Forag Crop tton. Thanking you In advance for- (Competition open t ali i four aaelatance and co-operation, we; fr the large! yield of merchant remain, rery truly your, ! able grin. i-ot of production con Tetaa lnitrlal Conjtre. the nw when the com I (lven It Incurred in (iaase K. 0. and H. hullt the tlrat silo In America. The' The Wolff Lehinann standard bal- l;it cultlMitioti; then, after ga'her- on or before IW. 1. l'M. ench I1HXt thn-e year here productive of anred ration require for mu-h 1.000 lug the corn, one or more teer. contwtant will be required to pre many eiilluhtenliig lio'ika and imii- P"'inlK of live weighL to fatten: dry calve, entered In Cla C, may be )M(rM a statement In detail of (lie cot ,.ta, treating of silage and I'st produc- .matter. :!"!!); cmde protein, 2.5 fb; sld'twl. from 1 a re of either kafir. turned In to eat the fodder and t!ie ' f priHluction of hi prize crop, steer, tton. Since that lime It is estimated 'arbo-hydrate. IB It'; fat, ,61b. Initio or feienta. a the contestant pwinut top Fol In wing th- baby beef . . (n,in- heef or bog. by Prof. Henrv. at Iisi.Oimi silo Taking the known eonntituenta of Folkrwing are mit the d.-tall , prefer, wlrh or without iniinilton the acre may be pastured by I or The labor of every person must huve been luillt in Uo- I'nlted Slate. H"'"i feed iw are available, the or and condition governing the variiei no in Pr1e: Klrt pn.e. f !t''i; more ho. rnterod In Claj. II. t' be cnleulaied at In cut is-r hour: In liis "Ke-l and Feeding." Prof, reel coinblnutlon can eally be found. ptire In the d!fTerent rls.i CLASS A Aer Model Farm (Competition open to alll. , ii. nl pr:e. J.'i.i; third pne. fUMi. iinn up everything tbt remain. J the labor of every animal iisel. al .1 V. A. Henry, I). Sc., I. Agr., Profea- and when thla i dime one may peat and I' ooO to he divided equally be- Ity thl nielhod. iiinul of the nitrogen j , ,-nt per h nr tne lalMirSMKItM eineritu. of agriculture. wi: , awomKl Hint it la not. the fault of th tween all other contestant whose g,ithere hy the iMttnut rMt reap- rent per hour; each two-horse load 'Ullage is iwe-eniliieiitly a feed for feed Itself, should Uie cattle not prove For the Jar. t yield of merchant ; yd are grenter and whose cost of. pear In the livestock manure and Is r stahle uiamtro at J per load, com the dairy cow. In almost eiinl de- profitable. ab'e crvp. cif of production consul prMluci n i le than the venige ,.ft on the land. nierclal fertilir. r at actual cost nv- 't i lo-osslty with bn edlng Of course, when considering Ui entered In thl Two Clat. General Conditions and Ihe value of the animal on Nov ered. from foir onecre pl.H. Iyln am average ! of pmd'ictliei To Contestant Who Adopt This Plan (Jnitin.l rent in every case, whether rattle, grouing stock, and young anl-, acreage required 'o feed a Riven num- And Thus E"tr Classes B. E. 0. the contestant own his land or not. 01"" otherwise lie win- her of stock silage, one must bear And H. an Eatra Combination Pri will le estimated at I', per acre. ",r''l etnuslvely on dry forae. n ,in, that in this section, exoopt Of $100 Is offsrsd to Each ons Who The cost or feeding iu Cliisse F. c,. "nd to keep ihe bowels nor- where trrE;ion la .p.ctlce!. one cu Shall W.n th Fip Pr in Any Ml., h.. will be calcu at.sl at a lived "lal U" "' H'l. the skin not realize the tonnage usually serur- price for the different kind of feed I"'""1 an'1 Ule c nt ossy-all of the northern part of tJie corn wnii-n maik the aiuuial as in conui lH. nor can corn always be succeea tiou to make the most from their fully frown. Sorglium waa found to fe.ed. This is also true of fattening he but slightly Inferior for making cattle. At the I' I all Station. Sanborn an(J trmv feeder state that lound that the fleeti vf steer led kaflr is supprlor te pan whea the . . .... . ... . . , .... sllaKe ei'ntatned ti per in-tit. mor ksftr Je well hearth teal of the ton- urVVI u veTn a copy of the "Heiiry r neaaefl. " " ' ' " near m the tnhahitsnte of the ,,ry f'THge." T'liUrm ceuntty ram remember the This, commit from Ihe greatest au-, yMlht r th tli .rlt of all time, on feed nnd conditions were favortible Qcw Ni apil'.cillon to enter the contest , 1114 will be determliD-d at a fix ed rlce p-r jsiimd. Th Henry Eall Frm Book Krv eootesMni Is silvise.1 and aide by aide, and making one ody of all eonteetnnt or tract of land, cultivated In col cl. ton. com, rowpea. and either kflr. The conditions governing Class H milo or fetenta. the rontestnt are the m a lhe for kstlr. milo prefers. ; ..r Merita in Class A. $.'.oiD In prte: First prire. $-.oii, ; CLASS E Ta Pfanut Club e-d prise :vi, third prlre. I'.''n. ' Competition In thl class I open and It.') to be divided equally be- only ro hoy and git! l' years of wt! he received a'ltr My 1. I!U. tween all orher contlant whose age or over, nnd utid.r years on Contestant who hnve heretofore yields ar greater-and hiwe coel lanuurr I. 11(. heeo awarded first. e-ond or third of production I es -than the aver yor t, force! yield from I m re .ires In the eon age yield snd average ouil of produc of nienhanlnble pesnnt and pennl sres. may -r.ter the contest In If 14. XMtl Kami Itcolf." s It will take the tlon of all eiteini entered in hy. cot af production consi-lered: Hnd will tv. given due cr.nllt (r re- ltf M,,.) bulletins heretofore thl rla. Kimt prt.-. Mo. second prlre. (,, tut no prie award will he i!4,uy) ,.Mrn mi, ,r the Congrees The crops in l A nmi tx- j'.mI, thlni pne ion. snd 11. oe to nm,M to them In thse cia-.se in T,B t,(.k cniain about :'isi paves grown la the ord-r nme.. a fot divldeded e.ioaly sin iiu ail irthe. rpltal i.rire Iowa; First Kot-I arre-Cotion. Serrano P ot - I i-r Corn. Third Plot I acre -f. w peas, ith vines to te plowed under when at their b'. nnles colitest.ini I lso entered In is F v fding. effectually dixuoee of bear ! vieldm ma.. iw i,. . and wb urefared eepecially tor 0ie I " ' . y ,n" " "n cu'tural e.H,i-,,i. wl,., ..re r.ter' -.'..., .....st .-.uree nh' . T" . ..... i... , L'..nl:' ilge. The writer , method are In keeplne: s-.d whoat cv,, f prmluetoHi I le eo ,1)MP from the de.-ls,wi of the (f ,he chapters are ... follow.:' I T" .'" ,,f -sty.. plan of fanning I il , , ,. . .... ,i 'the evil efr-ts aboe inention.il, in ti, 4i,irt wtu k. n.i i than the averaite yle'.i and aver.' ck,,,,,!!!. of Awards, hut to aj-eept "lu.w I liaised My Prize Crop.' be-: "IH " wul " "r "K" drauglit when a sed. .-s-t irt" pro,lnrt!oii of all con t .-.1 a lit p., j, Jlt,, im ery cane as nteie In thl class. Wh.re the nuts aiol viee are n"1 f,.r f.Htlietf .itrp.s.. t'o C'.li.l'tntos Fourth PI!--1 scrr- Kafir, ml'o or p,r detent, ining the yield are the (' erv s. rlb. " n" In' p' .a-". r nnsl cotilevlant must 1" . I.Hiit .'ti of his laud tlist , i.f the I'ouur.'-s tuny it unit lie must ll x tin feterita, a i-.eit'iit pfe'er t Ofitesianla who w.-re in th cltiss iat year sre reie-s!ed to s ne.irlv s p..i.!e c.il' liie sMue f .'ir arr. In tl.i years c(ti'et and to ilvnnr e x i cr 'p one plot, that I, to gri cttin where they tsd corn; frti on the pM where cow ! ere M Nl o. mid to use this R'til; rii;oin on the plot where mn purS'-s. kfl' or feterila mil w:i grown; CLASS F Klebem Besf Club -.aitie as I l,i- . If 1'ie nuts :i ii.t vin. H ir. har'-ett d the f ions- te .to' no IT .-.i l.v sMrIiy weljl-p.g ineui Aden luliv M'-.retl i.tl.l t 'O oltlMi, iltV i'oiiieiant ill 'his rl,i are iv S'-OtlV M.i. 1H.-.I tO eiller I I.I SSeS li 1(111 rop for i'-eii r . as In i .s hoondaiie iili slakes 'hut must e'.tHll II. ' ..o e ont'l t' e plot Is .....f hi the Him I lupw'li'ii I , itsl:.ts ;re re,;uef-t..( I-. Iiot'f. Itig 4 t itefiieiil of llle methods lis.l I. v .Hze winning eerittaiif s III past vein. 'Soli li-.Mmriili.ti, Fertilizer S.e.t Sel.H-tion r..Hv lllotl. Iti.tHllot! nml Iii ei-sft1cii.ii!. I .-ij'iiio-H mid II. eir uses. I,iet..k i'Ii Hi- Kirm. Id.- Hallirj T'-e Sl!.i. Mure und It. Her Crtl ! I.- -S C i-l l i t"!. II till Ci.-at Money M(.k-r. K.ifir and Milo any of Ihe . xperlliiental res,rts of nPr n,llt rTftl,.n. enoiWh na.:e reining; nor na liny ree.icr fr:.ue can be er..--,, t effectually found the-e dllliculMe. so far a the ,.HrM f ,, nAa(J ((ir jf a six montJn f the crop bv wrlti r knows. If these many lis. Ri.lth aietl fanu for or any of ihein, et-.l. tuere woird r.., n ,- l.e at ,.! so,H menli.m of then, ,.,,.,.,, 1P ,..., ,,r,. ,;,.,.,, In .IHM.s ne illlllj 1 1 1 I l-'ca: ps' er of l'ie fact t"at ( i ;r:,.i . . uie s I'.-h n "I . r.i,- it. t r ili. hniH en'oreil the .nte-t. Cotltesl. lilts I1IHV ell'er in hiiv or v'i rk I'.IV. I.i all i las.-s for whleli t;e ar quail- rroiluel Ion, Ki lled Thev may make as mai.v en iinlnir. I ry r.ir:nji.:. Vuk'tit: K:irui .-ellltli: lll Cowl of piiiri I'usf l(-iiri on 111" 1'iirin. Kte Till book i for sale at l r I i lea In each el 's as they wish ; a and kaflr. rtil'O or fetr ta on the plot (( in-i nm . pen only to 0 .litest- seiwniie nrre or animal, however Is ....in, Hnd the pro-esls will go lo where the c!ion w grown In V.tl! lu (; ( reiiulre.1 for each entry ward providing the $!ihmi prize fund Corn Fr the .st ter. Judueii from The Cnnure will take pleasure st (r ij. . V.,ur b-al banker or iner All of the corn must Is actually cl.w tutu-hor ataudpoinl. and cost of all time in answering the qiietlon iliant can M.rliap supply you with welghH In the shuck when it I fill fee-dltig consul, red, not more limit ,4 coiiiesUiiil to Ihe bet tneth , n , m hisk. but If not write ly matured and thoroughly dry. i three years old on Nov. I. I14, to on to be followed in inlwliig their to n,,. Texa Industrial Congrc. al tt mM U,l - fa..!!. 1, foil nn ll. i.e. m! i ! I .a off that " l . nl. -.. .1 f .. . , 1 .1 tti.tle 1 1 V.( IS k I 1 . 1 1 T.. . u h ri... oAnlM f 1 A ' .. . r - e - - - " f.d. ffrs the nearest appmwh to w Dea r eariy tor narvewring. e ei rarm in i iww wm u.i em-i pu iniy ar i i'",n, "o mlr (. "nwii win im irni yon p.i' kafir, mlk or fetlrtta muiit be b ' fel to be aelerted by the rontowtant. to aeek adyle. and suggestion paid. oe.eene 'In; 1 1 j 1 1 1 last ... t;ir f fe. ding sllaue In llie rni'e.l St.-i. s Tiie matter if econoiny aton'- is eiiougn o make the m!o a neciniiv on every faun in the land, liea-on the ijuetton from a comnifin sense iil.'llars and -wiimU t-tiiudpolnt. In summer, the ideal season for cat'le to put on (lesli. native wrasse usu ally supplant any feeding opemtlon. for the simple firt thai cattle pre fer the green trans to any dry feed. Also, at that season fat cattle are , coming lo market from cheap grass. Sllave. being only preserved green Willi 1 1 es 1 the tiecisarT ot Ion seed Ill 'lll. pl- nty i-loli.-r. salt. .imi1 ; the gran of Minuner. Combined Combine amount nf etc. and H, fed lull ,.,.fi not be pr lil.rKe of profit. i .-'ttdan Mines ma-es promise of fur "'"'tna I lie best ( uility of hay; It treat ilrontli-rosi-ti.-u qualities eepe cially coiiuiieiuling it to the great South western l,r.-edlnc troiinds. The Norli.eni feetl-lnta hve annually drawn upon thl section for feeders, but with the cumin; of the silo and Sudan gra. the feeders" profit, that of Isle year Ins been a good one, can be kept m the growers' pocket Many feeder are trying to grow ed, leaving shanks nt more than ijihe animal manure to be retume! to from every avalhtble aouree. Application Msnk to eniw thl lechee lon and all of the bead, the bujid upon whleh the feed croni; Contestant ns not required to do year's content will be gUdly sent by he thorrmghly dry, mnat be actu-! I grown- ' all the work tlwwn selves nereeanry . the writing or can be secured, as ally weighed. j Sl. In PrUtee. First prise. 2M) uv prodiire their cmi. They are es- stated, at the Avalanche office. COttee I ' - ' " ' ' Ihotfom laver. rewulled In not r.vr worth V o mu I mr.A r. h tnm Ihm 1 tkmtt HmM Tm. Ik.n This mla nsflllltA ' AS) FAT CCiaT ftr UKIClU III A B ----- - - , " ! with dry feed and grain. It will put th"ir own fed rattle, realising thai the growers are preparing' to feed their own cattle. The old Dutch adage, "the eye of al. excepting the immediate top and ; the master fatteneth his cattle," is Balaae) a 10 per cent loss of dry matter of the ration, using allaga aa the naae. ,on fat al the least eypenee. J Kins, of the Wisconsin station, found that the sverage for four Iri an Iks ottss must, hm 1!umJ In ... 1. I . .11. .Aln Ills ftsj seed and a written statement f" . 1 Doln 7 , ,1 'sllsged corn. Ten trial, by four atav-iaee to It that they get t. ' m . A daily record must be kent of the .miimi srllhout harlna to do maiMial i It waa statud In the di.ns.tj-h tell-1 . . 7 . r - " "" "e '0 ta- tn gia wetsat oi xam tun eotton. to , tlons. give a greater Ion of dry mat , Lenaeo for them, "watch em fst- i . . w- fn. ' smraant and kind of feed used. The bor. i Ing of the fighting at Tatnptco. that . . . . . . ' . . . . ,,, le sigaea aud srworn to by u gin- ... . , . . ' ter and crude protein In dry cured i and history will repeat itasHf "the .... . weight of thai delly rattoa. aisy be; The crops in earn elaea must bsian nil Unk and refinery belonging .. . ... ... , . Ber, will be required. . , ' n . ' n " " com than in ensiled corn. This, no wan with a alio" n the North haa enainuted br uatnar a S pound hard iwisn on a slnsle plot of the reoulr i to the Waters-Pierre Oil Comitiny ... ... . " oum L ' i , ; , . . ' donbt. would be equally true of oth- a strong recommendation with the The cowpeas stay be harvested, batj Kch strep la (his eotest shall be ,der ttw ame maaagemeat and with- of a Oerrnan commercial concern." The er fodder. Also, take note that thla; money lenders. His need ar coo- th. vine, ma be plowed .nder aa alr.i)tnBd ptmMm M imo db ' t,,. MCept that I. (Is- D value of th. oil company's Property T'T" . "3 , "Li T ' fartillw for nett ysaf. eroy, us lws . , ' -,k. ...hi .. .k.. T. w,"L..!our R""ui'r I" rot,on-,,d I"1 thin,- be th. eonts-iant Is la a... T. whlch!. .. JL'.kI J ! ?Z1 .7--... " ! ZL... .1! T.i " " " ws-se sssskSBss sas. llir v npsann an t w I lJX.ru , isss svs. I 'lilllir(1-ai VT1!1T WM HAW I case botBi pea. and vises may oe . uwt m, k, t Kach contest-! All yield Diuet be detwinlned by need hi foedlng live toe. Th. ant-1 and hta witnesses shall malt, ar sctuslly welgblag them In th. pres aial maaur. from this livestock must fl(t,vlt u to the weight of tu steer Vlrm (1f two dlaintereeted wltneases. returnea to in. gronna upon t M ,hw beclnntng of the contest and ; M no estlmstea will be accepted, which tb. crop. sr. grows. I u u ei(mm aid the con te in.nl shall U,nd upon which th. prl. crops Whea tb. ines are at tneir nest mik M lo lna. roount and .re grown must b measured In such as to be rwasonsbly ocirrect. a way IS VESSELS . MEXICAN NAVV 1600.000. All of which la a reminder that' Inuebtedneea are not to be content the Meairaa people wU have to pay,!'"'"' Perfect equanimity. Not a stupendous price for the coostlto-i ' 'vtl conaequenee tlonal freedom Villa la fuhtlng for. lh1 t laviea aa Imperative ti It U prone hi y Impossible at thl tlmi tn" worlda financial resources, ' (luerrero. built In IS. l.80 ton, to een esilmiste the total of Uie blNinl ' Pkl ontr by sacrificing) Pr ,reso Milll In t07. U90 tons. Her. is th. entire Meiican navy: Crtnasr and Transports General and ready to b. plowed ander. the ,,,, f fwM, UM.rf dnty. contestant, la the prmieiH'e of two; CL ... Q , mmmt r,..fc ,h. nnsutirements ss well as 1 of rism. mhih ih !iicwn ilih. lnt.ret r-f comuierc and indul GunbosU i:rvo and Morales, built disinterested witnesses, shall cut and) Umn O0y o b()y( gMm J0 ,h(, .. ylelda. must In a'l rases '; pe have already Incurr-d. but hard -T. Conunercial aud Industrial rn-j In 1SU1. l.J.irt tone each. wslgh the peas and vines from ywlri of M uver aiid under SO he pr.' nilailla of theily anyone would gus It to be lei terprte must be denied, that the) Tsmplco snd Vera Crun, built In plot measuring ID feet esch way fun yBtp j,,, , , 'oi.ule.ti -it aud two disinterested wlt.'rt.a, uii'ltm dollars. Add only thl " be paid. There 1JU2. M ton a aiure fwtl. For tbl prpoe th; K f t- fir Jl(),, I , ,h- amolin, . that have been hor- 'yllaed natu.n that will Cruissr-Zarag. w i,Ht In coatestaut will ele.t a plot that lj,h- bu.1Hl.a slandsilirt snd ront j rull slid curst crop snd llve-lfowrd. and lo the amount of flat '' iMilrlbtit. In terms ofjaad refitted In lli). l..'t ton. a fair at erase of the pea and vines t m, of tmmUnt oonslilered. ' Hock rep.is must be nwde by each m.n,y that has been put Into ,lrcU, self denial and retarded pnsjre. ij Transport oau,co. and prjbatdy from the enflrw pbsl. ralcuUtsd fr"m niH mr. Ih-B j riiontlia. "id on No ronlretant on lb nrst dsy o' eaih i utlua hy the point of Ihe bsyiviet, wurd the payment of Msileos wari.iher steamers, unarmed, ur nearly the weight uf th. yl.M oa the aver-, f(MnW t Iminith, beainning tpnl I. Failure to and nn. see. that Mexico's Is al-'. Th. debt sill be cJiarge.1 toso. age phH will be Included and roiisld ' fl,n ()l y)r,, prUB .Mi,mak. re.ris for two month In suo 1 ready pretty h.avlly mortwged. It. Meaici. but every other nation nmal i y,P Harser Ssryie.-Ths IVm.irra cd la Ihe UU1 pc.Hlu.tS.a from Ib:,,,, UM rs Ulir pr), p.,,B h.r Ihe ooitlosUi.t fnuu , a rich country; but raerail.sa 'ril!c iu Interest thai Me,a may , itt built In l;i; Independent-la. built iusd .i awli for tb. It heat beet r receiving a lull reward. I unremitting economy snd hard w.wh , be enabled to lay. If one nation hue m T; .!,rr(itd. built In 1171. All ons.fuiiui'led I alrd built schoua. era of about 4 ton each. fur acres, CLASS Tsvss Csc Club ; suite. j Final rsin snd stalsmenls tT ! still neeesasiry to par he wlte of a rl.bl b nt.rfir in lb do CvMupstiHva la tbl ta srssal The coa.til.s govemlnt t'la. U yield and aHt be sd not constitutional freed. a. j mestw cosM-srn of another nstuw e!y In) hys sail girls, tv years of sr. th. sew. ss those gov. rams ail than lies. I, Is It. and th. lira-: The n of fssdla tb. debt. Ia-Iat has raurtd I. that rural Sis or rn' and wader t sars, US) I'lasa t jsM shies lag Weights Must b Jasmary I. VI (W.iaiis la this ' ars aJi , Sled with thw InsJ reasirta Fw lb. . I'ebl truss imm srs sd ls writ. e th. tWIssioae. of I bisak ftarma for all repurts, siaia f n.Aaub wa. swat vt arsv. I 4rtMHw, 4'Mtia, Teaaa, fur a emyrjaisaia ul sffdaien resuirsd by us eiirred by lb. Ilaihaa aut rau4 ("aa fruss tb. anrtd ida srotMMnwj C, Wiles retarssd Moaday fivak sertnu disiurtear. la lb. wurii s n ( c.aeienae, sf r, rwxliee iV, rm.K hr h. had ao ia at. haailal aWhela, The eteei a-hlidl laU.s ? at Ik. rf,-m.Ul, ldcs wtssa sb. MasssaM assKfrj atust tb. SasMSjat isj Me.l. ( Ntwa, IsfcK held I ra djar. last - i.