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EL PASO HERALD
12 nmrsday, July 3, 1913 YOUR ESffftHrg To Engage in a Good Permanent Business. If You Miss this Oppor tunity Don't Say You Never Had a Chance h a ' MTMgM T- UNITY Th ii Famous Gas (a THE GREAT LABOR AND FUEL SAVER the Most wonderful invention of the age Patent 1,042,328 Is Destined to Make More Men Rich than Any Patent Ever Issued in the History of Our Government SEE THIS WONDERFUL DEVICE AT 320 SAN ANTONIO ST. One More Dayto See This Marvelous invention g&fflcnre . j$& WEST COAST CROPS CANNOT BE MOVED Laise Qiitte mt Alfalfa and Gr- tuw We C br Rerwiatloaary StotarfeaBees. Gnymui Son, Mex, July. Thos. Sexton, of Ontagota, is in the city on business, having come up the Yaqol river by boat. Mr. Sexton aays that there Is now in the Yaqni valley $1M, 000 worth of alfalfa ready to ship, but owing to the disturbances none, of it can be shipped out. At the present time alfalfa is selling in Guaymas for $150 cpesos) per ton. On some of the ranches the garbanzo is being harvested, bat Mr. Sexton estimates that fully $60,000 worth will be left in the fields to rot. Nelson Khoades, jr., president of the Navolato Sugar Refineries company, of .Navolato, left on the S. S. "Ramon corral" after several days spent in t.uaymas on business. Mr. Rhoades tas that they succeeded in grinding all of the sugar cane and making it up into sugar without any disturb ance whatsoever. From now on until the next grinding season he will keep about 1,00V men employed on the plan tation repairing machinery and get ting everything in shape for next ear's grinding. H. C. Grigsby, one of the principals of the Sonora Land and Investment company, operating near Esperanaa, is registered at the Hotel Alb in with Mrs. Grigsby. Mr. Grigsby says that the Yaqui Indians have done them no personal injury. He says that they have 20,000 sacks of wheat and bar ley which they will store in their warehouses in Esperanza, and will also store the rice and garbanzo until such time as- a more favorable opportunity for snipping presents itself. H. Percy MeaUer, of Huatabampo, Sonora, is at the holtel Albin. Mr. Heaker states that lie hopes to har vest a part of the garbanzo crop and get it out by boat, but that much of the garbanzo in the Mayo valley will not be harvested. Mr. Meaker repre sents Ignatius Gross tc Company, of New York City. Lyman S. Mowry, one of the owners of the Chinese steamship line plying between Hongkong and Guaymas, ar rived the first of the week on the S. P. "Kathie." Mr. Mowry states that he brought 200 Chinamen, who have come to Sonora to make their for tunes. They belong to the class of farmers in their own country, and it is likely that many of them will en gage in thjs pursuit here. The Orientals seemed nothing daunted when they found out that there was an internal war in Mexico, but stated that they bad come here to make money and that they intended to remain. TO URGE DAIRYING IK GILA VALLEY Tucson. Aria, July S. A campaign to persuade the farmers of the Gila valley to divert their attention from making alfalfa to what . he claims is the more lucrative pursuit of turning alfalfa into milk and its products, is nlvrwit trt be wazed in the Gila val- w . -. , . . era as. ley by W. E. Barnes, traveling ireignt i centa X&. DepartBienror Agriculture; 237 WEATHER BUREAU . , ( r fAaAx I7w o i r?F fJbty W joo a. V ' f 1 Qa 7 itfelLL-r-- ryf v fc ZtZ J A V v ALoU jiiw- x (4P . ). V Uho l: - srpisASiaoBar.socBa. JidtauMe. Air iwatettrt. reduoM to bu Jerel. noaiM (oonttnaooc Uaaa) pass teoaeh potata of eeyal atr pieswue. Ieenrxiua dotted Hum) M(roah points ofeBaltB9$)entare; dtaif cmlrfcraera frevnac. iff. and JOOP. O fen parfiy okrady; Q oloudrt 9 ntof snow; $ xepstt minting. Anowa.ar with the w&d. Hwt Jpra, tasw- Bi Paso, Thursday, July 3, 1M. Bi Paso and vicinity Fair tonight and Friday. Mew Mexico Fair tonight and Fri day; not much change in temperature. West Texas Generally fair tonight and Friday. . IiOCal Data. NINE CARS IN THE RACE TO SANTA FE of corn, as well as beans and sorghum in anticipation of the summer rains which are due to start here early in July. These rains are counted upon to provide sufficient moisture to ma ture the crops. The Papago Indians and the Mexican farmers are also pre paring their plantings. Several thou sand acres are now being planted in the Casa Grande valley around Casa Grande and Toltec and passenger agent for the Southern Pacific, who has just returned from a trip through the GO valley. He says the valley has a splendid cream ery which is suffering from lack of milk, and at the same time the val ley has more hay than it can profit ably sell in the present market. The maintenance of dairy herds on the alfalfa lands is much more prof itable, says Barnes, than making hay for sale, and requires no more labor. He has found that the chief obstacle in the Gila valley seems to be a pref erence to raise alfalfa for the reason that it is a staple, settled crop, easily cultivated and sure. Barnes cites the experience of the Tama farmers. B. F. Sanguinetti, a Yuma capitalist, purchased a very large herd of thoroughbred dairy rows in the east, shipped them to Yuma, and offered to give them away to those farmers who wished to en gage in dairying, the only condition to be that they were to give him a portion of the milk for use in his creamery. The plan has worked splendidly, says Barnes, and the offspring- from these blooded cows will tend to bring the herds of the entire valley up to a high standard within a few years. Dry farmers of the surrounding mesa country are now purchasing and planting milo maize and other kinds TWO CARS OF MELONS ARE SHIPPED DAILY Phoenix, Aria, July 3. Since the watermelon shipping season opened, the shipments from Phoenix have averaged two carloads a day. Prac tically all shipments are being made through the Union Melon Growers' as sociation. Arizona has consumed all the melons shipped so far except one carload that went to Gallup, N. M. It is expected that the crop will total SO cars and that the season will last till August 1. The crop is some what shorter than last year, but the quality of the melons is better and ruling prices are nigner. xne grow ers are reeeiving from 1 1-4 to 1 1-2 pound and locally watermel ons are retailing for two cents a pound. Only a few shipments of cantaloupes have been made and those by express. TEN PEACHES ON ONE BRANCH OF TREE Big Springs. Texas, July 3. A small branch of a peach tree contain ing 10 well developed peaches was brought to town from the A P. Clayton farm, seven miles east. There is a 20 acre orchard on this farm and all the older trees are more than loaded with ripening fruit. In addition to a good fruit crop, prospects for the best cot ton and feed crops are splendid. Crop prospects all over the entire Big Springs are the very best in years. HEAVY SHIPMENTS OF ALFALFA MADE Tularosa, N. M., July S. Heavy shipments of alfalfa are being made from here. During the past week 10 cars have been shipped, making 25 cars thus far this season. DcHctoiM butter, churned every day. Phone 340, El Paso Dairy Co, 433 N. Oregon St. Advertisement. BASEBALL GOODS Golf goods, Tennis goods in fact Sporting Goods of every kind. See. our stock before you buy. Shelton-Payne Arms Co. FARMING it Bt Paso Readings. I ; 8 a. m. 6 p. m. I I Barometer (sea level) .... 29.78 29.72 i JJry thermometer 73 rtt? A GGXTn-DTa-p-D c IX A T7"Ci We thermometer 62 wxun.uuAxwi i xixvij jnjuojj uew point 55 APPEARANCE AGAIN ! SgSFwISr .184.108.40.206. I Velocity of wind 7 i Stat of weather Invasion ef Pest is Reported in Lewer State of weather ell Tart ef Peeea Valley of New Hainfall last 24 hours 6 93 SO 32 12 B 12 clear Mexico; Geed Pear Crop, Roswell. N. M-, Jane 3. That an other and different grassnopper in vasion from the one up near Ellda has struck the valley is evident from the numerous non-migratory hoppers existing now near Lake Arthur, de stroying .alfalfa and other fields. As yet not a great amount of dam age has been created from the Inva sion, but unless something Is done it is feared that they will become so numerous that more damage than even the Elida and that section this spring will result. Dr. A. G. Hammar, the local gov ernment entomologist, located here, is making an examination of the hoppers and will make a report and advise the farmers what to. do. The Elida hoppers have grown wings and are now moving swiftly in a northerly direction. The grasshoppers near Lake Arthur are not the same kind, it is thought, a3 those which invaded the northern part of the valley. The .firsT hoppers noticed down thn valley were at the Lawrence ranch. No definite action was taken to get rid oZ them and they have steadily in creased. Just as soon as Dr. Hammar makes his report definite action will be taken to rid the country of the Invasion. Pear OrehartlH Leaded. Despite the fact that there was not even a match lighted in the Carring ton and Reese pear orchard during the frost season last spring, the trees are loaded None of the late pears were injured. Early Meless Promise. The first Roswell cantaloupes will be on the market in the next week and will net the individual grower a handsome return. EL B. Mooney, north of the city, will have melons on the market, and expects to get $3 oer crate for the standards. Characteristic of the northern farmer. Mr. Mooney saw an advantage in get ting "early" melons on the market, and planted his seed about the 25th of ApriL They were grown in a "cold frame" protecting the young plant from frost and disagreeable ele ments that would retard the growth. After the danger was over, he trans planted into a field. Although he will have only a third of an acre, he will net about $150 off the crop. . The 500 acres of melons which are due on the market about the first of August and possibly a few days sooner are coming along nicely and nothing soon oi a caiasiropne tnat is hardly probable is going to injure the crops. Tke Itwor Gardes For the best music to be heard 1 Texas Advertisement. Highest temp, last 24 hrs.. 95 Lowest temp, last 12 hrs.. 73 River. Height of river this morning above fixed zero mark, 11.2 feet. No change in last 24 hours. GETS 98 TONS KROaf 55 ACRES AT FIRST CTJTTIXG. Balmorrhea, Tex., July 3. Lauro Hi nojose was exhibiting alfalfa this week taken from his 55 acre field which yielded 99 tons the first cutting. The sample -was over four feet in height- A. W. Wlgley and Gage Vanharn have been doing some more work on the road with the split log drag. J. K. Webb and Henry C. Hicks are erecting a large hay barn for Charles Splitgarber and L. J. Kirkpatrick. on the latter's land just north of town. BIG COTTON GIN IS TO BE SHIPPED TO MBS A. Mesa, Ariz., July 3. E. Guy Attaway. secretary of the Mesa Egyptian Cotton Growers Exchange, has gone to Dallas, Texas, to superintend the loading and shipping of one of the best cotton gins on the market. The gin is to be set up at Mesa. Mr. Attaway will also secure terms on a mill to extract the oil from the seed of the cotton. Klver Readlag. The liver was running 1700 cubic feet of water "Wednesday afternoon at Elephant Butte dam. "I hear you have left Stingo & Co.'s" "Yes, Tm in business for myself now." "What are you doingT "Looking for another job." Pathfinder. BSatrles Clened at Meetlap at Cematr eial Club; Drivers Draw Num bers; Motereyelea te Patral Reate. Albuquerque, N. M, July 3. The en tries for the Albuquerque-Santa Fe road race to be staged Friday, closed with nine cars on the secretary's book. Here is the order in which the ears win start, determined by the num bers drawn: 1 Overland, D. N. Combs, Albu querque. owner; "Red" Sperry. driver. 2 Quick, C C. Catron, Santa Fe, owner; J. Hesch, driver. 3 Velie, A. B. Stern, Santa Fe, wner; Stern, driver. ' 4 Korber-Qulekel garage. Albu querque, -owner; George Hottinger, driver. 6 E. M. F., Charles C Closson, Santa Fe, owner; Marion Dye, driver. C Buick, William Emblem, Santa Fe, owner; William Bmblem, driver. 7 Velie, J. Caldwell. Rosweli own er, W. Weighman, driver. 8 Buick, Buick Auto company of Mew Mexico. Albuquerque, owner; Tony Chisum, driver. 9 Overland. H. A. Greer, Albu querque, owner; Ed Nagle, driver. The start will be made at i i nu and the cars will leave 15 minutes apart in order of their numbers, in stead of ten minutes. They will leave Santa Fe at 3 p. m. on the return stage. They will not arrive here un til after the Dundee-Dixon bout. Ten motorcyclists have been em ployed to patrol the route at $10 each. The motorcyclists elected B. A. Beau dett, captain. The others who will make up the squad are Carl Boyd. Louis Keppler. Clovis Salazar, Will Metsinger, Emil E. Heisch, Henry Douglas, H. Boyd, Lloyd Johnson and B. Cacivilin. The drivers decided that when a ear approaches another from the rear, the leading car must give it half of the road at the first signal and that the following car also must take half, the road. When the following: car returns to the middle of the road the leading car may do likewise. Mayor Sellers, chairman of the race committee asked the drivers to paint their numbers, twelve Inches high, on their radiators and to place their numbers on both sides of their car hoods also. KNGINBBR IS KILLBD IN WRECK. St. Louis. Mo., July 3. Missouri Pa cific passenger train No. 1, westbound from St. Louis to Kansas City, was wrecked at Berger, Mo.. 75 miles west of here. The engine and several cars overturned. Engineer Meyers was killed. WE ARE OFTEN ASKED IF A TAR PREP ARATION IS GOOD PAINT FOR A ROOF? There is an acid in a tar preparation paint that will eat into a tin roof. Coat a shingle roof with tar preparation, then geeoaa coat with a linseed oil paint, in a few months the acid in the tax will destroy the linseed oil paint until first rain will wash it off. If you desire a dark roof, use a graphite roof paint, not injurious to anything and win last several times as kmg as a tar preparation. Tuttle Paint and Glass Co. PH9NE 206 210-212 N. 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