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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 28 March 1912

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Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 28 March 1912

1 NOTICE All parties in- debted to us prior to January 1st are hereby re- quested to come in and settle or tisfactory arrtrrjements and s a y e I uirther trofloiA Ito Ivour- 9 Mm ' rs. WE MOST WE OUR MONEY LUBBOCK MER CANTILE CO Rural Items County Ni'w from VnrioiiK Knurr'! ACTFF 8prUI rorrpntlrnr Weather plenty cool for the time of year. Everybody well and doing well. Farmers are getting pretty well up with their farm work. Cattle doing very well as a rule. A. M. Ludeman has moved from Lubbock to his farm where he is getting in several hundred ! I Ramsey Club ! Program for public meeting of the Wm. F. Ramsey Lubbock bounty Club to be held at the Court House Saturday nijfht. March :th. at 8:15 o'clock. Musical program under the di- rection of the W. C. T. U. of Lubbock: Music. Address -W. H. Bledsoe. Music. Five Minutes Ta!k-F. E. Wheelock. Five Minutes Talk-Roscoej Wilson. Five Minutes Talk-Geo acres of land for crop this year. Miss Fleda Burt our assistant school teacher visited h...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 28 March 1912

THE AVALANCHE I-IBLWIIKD KVKRY Ttll'USDAY BT THE AVAL.ANCIIM PUHL.IHIIINO lMXKI"ORATr.! JAM KS L. DOW "Entered at the Postorflce it Lubrwck Malla as second class mat tor. SPBSCKirTION RATKS: (Strictly in Advance) One Year 11.00 advicktihinu iUtfs-Lih&Is lu cents per line etch Insertion. Display- ad vriiwn.piits IS fonts per sin! column Inch per week; special rates on Itit i ontram Canto of thanks resolutions Obituaries (other than )i'ar toil inn u. vui . ira 'imh nrivortismfiits. where per month or iu per year n Phones LUBBOCK TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 23 J912 OWN ED -NOT RENTED -YOURS-NOT HIS A U. S. Government statisti- cian who visited Texas recently reported that 80 per cent of the black lands of the State are farmed by renters and that farm rents are steadily climbing high- er. Several years ago a fourth or a third demanded: then a i third only was accepted: and ! now in many localities a cash bonus is demanded in addition. There are yet men and living in Tpybs who can remember ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 28 March 1912

r i r c jCOMMO. ;SENSE IS A SPl.HNDIf) ASSRT ANYWHERE SOUTH PLAINS SUMMER NORMAL N .' t n m M our one i Those whc lot possess a certain amount of It no matter how well learned n may be in Moks hmlght make some wonder- e cosny mistakes. SENSE SILO - r ful blunders In llfend THE COMMi Is what we wanttocaliyouiVattentlonlUathUrTie. You have heard much and read mora abous'sllos wlthlrfthe pst few months than probably ever before. It la breuzKt about bV thengeijuity of man and the necessity of better method of aring feed after you Have ral.ed it and make It more valuable. We have a model of ourlCOMMON SENSE SU.O at our office and we Invite you to call and see It.lnd let us explain every detail to you. A. Q. McADAMS LUMBER COMPANY What helps our city helps you Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Hurt re- ' CITY BUILDING turned Sunday from their bridal tour havine visited Dallas and other important cities while! away. 1 hey are receiving many ; The commercial organization congratulations from their frien...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 28 March 1912

t V I . Because you are dis criminating is the reason why you should drinl r c t. Seal Branc WE ARE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS IN LUBBOCK FOft THE CELEBRATED CHASE & SANBORN'S !Cm EN YOU DRINK jHE BESI" THE WOI m BRAND.NOW. ESEXOFFEES YOU ARE'DRINKING UCES. ORDER A CAN OF coffe don'jt fj; IUR WHITE CREST FLOUR Phones 310 AND 122 4'W f3 v THE BEST THE WORLD PRODUCES mAFyrtN & WOLCOTT GET) Classified Ads. incuoaior ajn Henry. efirtrs capacity brooder. T. 0. 34 tf For sale -J work horses" of town. S. Jim of good heavy len mile9 south Stewart. 38 tf For Sale Davidson's 131. te maize seed. tore. Phone 38 2t For SALE-dnii eood Jersey i . e J Ji Ml. neirer. oi very arns mo bloi.iv Jack Robinson jbftne 137. 38-2t Great Progress In South Plains ' (Continued from first pane) ! the western terminus of the; road. By some it is understood j that the Crosbvton-South Plains j will extend east to Benjamin in Knox County meeting the Gulf j Texa9 and Western at that point the two lines consolidating j ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 4 April 1912

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE 'I' LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 4 1912 NUMBER 39 r OLUME XII. V 7 ninnnnv in RinuiMP PTrimiv fin LUDDUUIN Id IVIUYIHb OILHUILI UN Improvements ii CITY AND COUNTRY CO-OPERATE IN IMPROVEMENTS Diversified Intensified Farming Progress being Made in City and Rural Improvements Future Bright for Greater Developments. Lubbock has improved within the past twelve months in many wavs. Not only has there been more substantial buildings erect ed in this town than any other town of its size on the south nhuns. hut she has improved in various ways. Not only has the town improved hut the cuntiy surrounding it has been keeping un a lively gait. The farmers and land ow n :rs have been improving. New farm houses have been built larg'T tracts of land have been put in eul?iati'.n. New farms have bvn opened up and our farnvrs are turning their atten- tion t) th diwr-iifi I. intensified theory c.f farming. For this reason there are noticaM im- provements in condition...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 4 April 1912

I IN I T A VISION UTY IS VHAT YOU WILL CALL OUR COLLECTION OF I2ASTE CONTAINS THE LAST WORD IN STYLE FROM OST SKILLFUL AND EXPERIENCED HAT BUILDER& THE FAM0U5 FRENCH MILLINERS AND THE BEST II YOUR EAST IS AMONG THE COLLECTION ( LET US SHOW YOU RIDING SKIRTS WALKING SKIRTS DRESS SKIRTS POLO SHIRTS Wheel ress Shop SIMMONS OLOVES THE LADIES' FURNISHERS hi Tt IDA (JR UWfrVI t v f y rfkV'D THE AVA.LA NOHE riTBLI8IIKO RVKHY THUKRDAY BY THE AVALANCHE PUBLISHING CO. INOOKPONATED JAMKS L. DOW EDITOR. Entered at the Postofflce at Lubbock Texas for transmission through the Malls a second class matter. ' One Year $1.00 SUHSCKMTION RATKS: (Strictly In Advance) Six Months 50c A dvehtihinh iUtks: Locals lo cents per line each Insertion. Display- al f vertlsements lft corns per uiK:e i-omiuii imn .. ... year con tracts. Cards of thanks resolutions Obituaries (other than wrlttcnbv ourselves. 2 1-2 cents per line. Church advertisments. where a revenue Is derived therefrom fi cents per line. I'rof...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 4 April 1912

k ohononoDoaonoaononcooDonoDonoDODoc:onoDonoaonoaonoaonoaonononononcacac3cacG l H7i ir-rvi iivi rAl4nT A DM ITT TUC DCCT Dl ArET TH LQI IV 8 U o u o u GOAL AND GRA N o iil O-NINK-FOUR and let us tell you what we have or still better come to our place of business on East Broadway just east of g for phone conjit' I the railroad and we will be pleased to show you our variety ot iual iKaii ru ai urr I OF ALL KINDS FLOUR AND MEAL linpnnr dPMiVI AMD COAL CO. . ji ca av. m.. aw h h aw ma av ksk- - - aw m aaaB "aasas'- hTtr v-f " " tatf es? H " - - - - u m . M A. A. A. MM M A BBB1 A M M MM M MM. il M W Mm MM MMx MM MM MM MM M-V MM BJ-W MM BT" M- anonooooonononoaopopopopopopo o o o a o l" - L ? t T 5 BIG SCENIC PRMUCTIO?! "FEN NIStffS IN A BAR RC3M" NIGHT QlLY APRIL 3 30 TWO SPECIAL CARS JG TO LUS80SX MONDAY. APRIL 8th f '15N0ER CANVA AT NIGHT QlLY KnNDAY. APRIL 8 1 V 30--PE0PLE- Vv; ! i. - Hi t. .'1 . S ''a:U .u nml and Orchcstrn. iift Ueilrlum M:tne. A rrl Mnije ;nry anil liitht. 5ce Marry...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 4 April 1912

I IX 11 11 c ) () () i'CAS () () 1 On a.nd After theFirst of April we Will'Sell for ONLY M This d and thefac; I ) try to keip a () () 1 the very le: o You can buy order l deliver i to ourselves aV li I I thh ood rty weue ii j si serf fain one nut eve body. ot mean any ce t we are re stock ofl hand Mod loncyau will continue to . a red to pay cash for our stock necessitates this step. The high price of all kinds of meats We always () 7. () () () () () l () () () () () () () () () C) NINE MONTHS SCHOOL Lubbock School Will Continue! Full Time-Board Acts Wisely Under the () be our customer. IlevVe can sell chwperand it will be our aim as in the past to rive you t IcVwitbin our power.! pay the deliveryman when .if d others to refuse. coupon book of you can make arrangements to Plejuc do not ask lis for credit for we would be compelled through fairness TMe Cash Meat Market 8 HONEY dl BRICKER. Proprietors Q cocococooooooococooooooocooocooooocooooo The Other Side "When it is said of a man th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 4 April 1912

J. K UUUUII IIMIK I TRUE PATRIOTISM o o o o o o o o o o o o My 'I IIIIIll I L- -A I I f I T I Si I TEXAS NEEDS GREAT MEN Patronizing Home Industries is G0 iFOR One Way to be Patriotic Don't Kill Home Enterprises iNirarnM Are You j) a mr : II I FOfl FURT CUHINT Neighbor. From i a store Asldence Ixaa Ikphy E LYNN Im; fin EON In Th Nw: ' ' Suttrprv P. Pitcock who bought the? lson farm about 9 1-2 miW HI 1)1 lariUKU. 1113 L BlimUK'I y. bedded up 175 acres and flaf ken 30 acres of old land and1 and s broken 70 acres of s.xi landy will nlant 1H) or 100 acres if tUm.M we8 in katfir 10 acro ? J Jx 0"rn and the balance irx J:1' .ii'i sorghum. We asked) "K so r.-j-h cotton and h pank Bid' jl Writ's Piisv spv fcf i f'UMs of i en r cut v'ry la? i TEXAS. Kftioni Lnbl'ock Texa KOSCOK WILSON Attoievk-At-Law Rooms in FM National Bank aiding LnbbA'k Texan UK AN A KLKTT I.nvyT. LubrWit Texan Tour lera! buslks and notarial work rspoctf ! aollolrod. Off.r in f itiwnuFNattonal Bank B!i'jr. W. I). BrN'SO...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 4 April 1912

NEW CIINC West Side Squa 1 jT if TS EMBOIDERIES ALSO SERGES AND VOILEj OF ONE PIECE DRESSES FOR JUSTICE OP Til J 9 1 J I We arc authorized t . ivntfrht as candidate imnce or the peace ol uiioock county aubj CALL AND SEE AAV STOCK ff the democratic pnni. We are authorized to an jf7 I 1. 1 fa Phone" tldwell a cardidate f Jimtice of the peace of i Lubbock county cub ( on of the democratic pn aaarT m others WUI1- v r' ' -s Hanking your money regularly not only means that you Ret interest at the end ol the year on each dollar you deposit; but It also means that you are prepared for sickness or calamity; that you can buy a home; that you can educate your children: that you can have a business of your own - it means INDEPENDENCE. Let OCR Hank be VOI R Hank. The Lubbock State Bank Directory OKPtriALa .Jrresa -W. R. Smith. fa tor-w. : 2 It is a good deal cheaper i i i . . uuve uau yearn or. eiperie thoroughly. I can make insure comfort. My pri it. Work guaranteed. LET ME REPAIR YOUR SI " Nor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 4 April 1912

ft . aaaAaa in AIMII . U 2H0D1LDIJIS hXUU S UN A to C S 1 vTd JtilllTrt IU incon $5o The? northwest i TICTCETS OftKSALE GJWyWRCH 1 TO APRIL 15 j FO FURTHtARTICULARS SEE CH. HINTON. local agent f Neighboring County News From Our Exchanges LYNN I ) F. P. Pitcock who bought the; lson farm about y 1-z miles k of Tahoka last summer. ; i bedded un 17" acres and flat tf oken HO acres of old land and ! 9 broken 70 acres of nod land. f will plant !M) or 100 acres in ' 4 f ton. 11 y"ca in katlir 10 acres t tlitiZJ ""'n and the balance in ' v-' ;)i'l n?hum. We asked . .) Ii'.v he ever expected to 2.1 "K so i.'uh cotton and hrt s.'iid: jiMt's .jmv seven of us picked J I ""if fi" of cotton on this - JVn '.ne ;;iV last fall." If I'ii1 if ha:.ens out of the ordi- nary we will tell our readers of Mr. Pitcock having 40 or 50 bales of cotton ginned in Tahoka this fall. Isaac N. Reed of Chicago III. is making Tuhoka his hend-j quarters while he is. looking! over the South Plains for a colo-1 nization ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 4 April 1912

Se Til Xed t. It Is Worth Something to Know THAT ifnn r-ari finrl mnct nn vthlnor vnffwint In the GROCERY line at our store Mini j ju wet 1 1 iinu 7 J- ... j THAT by sefg-jSvtore astfur trading point for April you have made no nresband hirch crradefh every respect. THAT ffeUtte celebrated W. ofw. FLOUR here which we guaranteed THAT in to be everything that itisjjepreserjteia to pst f THAT your patronagfts1 power to make your shopping pleasant andjuutually satYacV)ry. PHOflE 243 SPIKES & SON SOUTH SIDE SQUfj J J mm mmmmmm wmmm mm IJJ . no tivim rn rnfA nr Tn pfirrn. T-WW"w"""w"w"w ii i i I DON'T FORGET 7RIARFX NO 23491 STANDARD I DCPJCTI I1LW0II bins! Ion bre b" of tJalL If vou have a nice mare fo breed tbJr season. TiRMS $13.00 the season: 520.00 with Veturn Plvilecesi $.W.00lue when mare shows to be with Toal. REUH jr i tol. (aHTof Jalji r season. Til ilegesi SMfM m f 11 A S THE PURE BREHALF MAMMOTH AND HALF BLACK SPANISH JACK A combination of color size bone and action Pure bl...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 4 April 1912

' ) : onooonoDOGononoDODononoaoDODonononoDoaocionononononononononoDonononoaonoaoncaoncn ? OUR APRIL GROCERIES ARE NO BETTER than the MONTHS previous o BUT WE WOULD LIKE TO FUR.ISH YOU WITH YOUR GROCERIES THIS MONTH o n o n We guarantee every order that goes out of our store to be exactly what we represent It to be. LET US BE YOUR GROCE Long Brothers Company o oonoDonononononoaonoonoanoaononononononoinoDODogoaoaoDononoDODODOQDODODODonoDogcj 11 o Ri THIS MONTH. I J 1 ' w w i v 1 1 V BOB TAYLOR DEAD Succumbs to Operation for Gall Stone Well Known in Texas Washington March 31. Ro- bert Love Taylor United States Senator from Tennessee "Fid- dling Bod" to all the South died here todav unable to withstana the shock of an operation for gall stones performed last Thursday. Early this morning the Sena- tor began to fail to respond to stimulants. Mrs. Taylor worn o'lt by a diy and night vigil had gone to her apartments. At 3 o'clock this morning the Senator began to sink so rapidly that she wa...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 4 April 1912

--r- n ft NOTICE HORSE RAISERS PERCH r a nve-year oia yoiooa brpercheroir itaja -J mane inwaca wfconXJirdV 1 I """"""-v it x 1" UMPAUL A registered Kentucky Jack dark Iron grey with mealy nose and white belly no surer foaler to be had and a fine Individual. Will make the season at the Lubbock drain and Coal Company's Wagon Yard. $1000 TO INSURE A. P. SE1TZ Owner How to Spread News It has been said that three of the quickest ways to spread news are to telegraph telephone or tell a women. A good local newspaper like the Lubbcck. Avalanche is better for the people because it tells Died in Colorado J. A. Wilson Saturday morn- ing received a message bearing the information that his father had died the night previous and his remains would be taken to Rifle for interment. Mr. Wilson was here several months two the public at large in a full im- years ao and many of the peo- partial and accurate manner of pie who did not formerly know local happenings The Dallas Semi-Weekly Farm News which y...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 4 April 1912

TO CUT A LONG STORY SHORT INSURE YOUR PROPERTY IN THE STRONGEST INSURANCE COMPANIES ON EARTH. ts in Lubbock S. P. ROBBIMQ 1 rrMPAMY office in citizens national bank UILDII1Q to r Mr. uarry g part oi Joe lers Ten nights under Canvas at 8th. 39-lt iday ses Mary Dixon and Ruth Ion are visiting in uid- this week from Plains are the trues ts of Mr. (Mrs J. R. King of this of Citation by Publication ate of Texaa. the Sheriff or anv Constable ick County Greeting; are hereby commanded to aum- 11. Helm by making publication m citation once in each week fur uccenive week previoue to the dnv hereof in aome newspaper .-d in your county if there be a mier nutiliahud therein liut II 'n n in any newnpaper publiiihed mnlUi hihi ttti I null. -ml iliMfrtet: Where be no newspaper published i J juilicial uiatru-t tnen in a a per publiidied in the neareHt I to naij neventy.ccond judicial t to appear at the next refl- .rm of the dint rift court of Lub- ounty. to be holden at the ho'lc thereof city of Lub...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 4 April 1912

X 4 r Because you are dls- criminating is the reason IX - why you should drink Chase 6 Sanborn's Seal Brand Coffee WE ARE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS IN LUBBOCK FOR THE; CELEBRATED CHASE & SMtBORN'SCmm WHEN YOU DRINK THESE COFFEES YOU ARE DRINKIWG THE BEST THE WORLD PRODUCES. ORDER A CAf OF SEAL BRAND NOW. Phones 310 AND 122 DON'T FORGET OUR WHITE CREST FLOUR THE BEST THE WORLD PRODUCES MARTIN Sc. WOLC Society Items BY MRS. D. ROBINSON Mesdames Edward and James Robinson entertained a number of their friends March 28 at the home of Mrs. Edward Rob- inson on Broadway. The party was given in (honor jf their cousin and guest Mri J. E. Montiromerv. of Amarillo. There were ten tables and fifteen games of progressive 4tJ were played. Mrs. Forested vrfn high score with Mesdartes X'or- ton and John Penney i second highest. Delicious .fruit salad on buttered loaves pick wiclu'S nut-head. cake and collet waft the following ladies I'osev Kimbr A delightful afternoon was spent. Refreshments consist- in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 11 April 1912

I THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE PLUME XII. LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL II 1912 NUMBER 43 UIIIS AGRICULTURE PROSPECTS IE VERY SATISFACTORY AND FARMERS FEEL CONFIDENT OF A GOOC CROP YEAR IN 1912 Shm hp with Twrm riPM wnnr-ijiiur pi limine ha.tLlL Ul Nil I II LI II I n II 11 II UII l UUIIIL I Lnll 1 1 II U s.y 0 c ho creased Acreaee Will be Planted Diversified Crops Will be the j" ' - Will be Adopted Lull men Co Sytem This Year Approved Methods Church Notes Methodist churrh. We wi II looltTi for you. One of the Class. I a Htt it fc If D The agriculture outlook in this I nothing but grass in the past. A etionisvery promising. While great diversification of crops will kere has teen very little sani ie pianteii. Ana wntie the teen ut the situation we will state ' cmp willfie the main one still .taking everything as a considerable cotton corn broom hole we doubt if there wascirn. potatoes melons of all er a Iwtter outlook for the kinds alfalfa peanuts I'ax. etc. rnifrs in the South...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 11 April 1912

IF YOU ARE UNDECIDED ABOUT YOUR NEXT CHANGE INT lcMiSisIiqw otft litre of fine new Dress Skirts and Fancy Waists this combination is V jakvayt comfortable dressy and serviceable and Our Milliners are right V .1 A 4 1. 1.4 4 ! ri lA I up iu iiuw uii uic nui qucMiuii. neuse ici us snuw you heelock's Dress Shop Hy 5tyle" Hats for the Heads of Many. SIMMONS GLOVES THE LADIES' FURNISHERS R. & G. CORSETS W The Signs of The Tines It is encouraging to mix and mingle with the farmers and stock raisers of the great South Plains and Shallow Water bolt and hear the farmers discuss the many different and diversified crops that they are able to grow profitably in this fast developing country. One of the most im- portant things that is agitating the minds of the progressive farmers and stock raisers is the Silo it uses advantages and sav- ing of the farm products 're- serving it for winter use by the silo the farmer is able to save with profit that which without it he is losing. Authority tell...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 11 April 1912

If AN ARTISTIC FINISH Can be put on the lumber bought from us Why? liecause it's first class material. 'Nuf sed. W. C. BOWMAN LUMBER COMPANY Lubbock Ships Much Feed Stuff By Don II. Diggers During the past four months again differs from and surpasses the Lubbock country has ship- ped out hundreds of cars of feed stuff to all parts of the coun- try especially to the old farm ing sections where feed crops. I most other sections. It is in- deed a rare thing that the very best water in inexaustible quantities is found in connec- tion with the very finest land. Our land and our water are were a failure last year. This is J alike free of minerals unpleas. by no means the first great feed ant to the taste or deleterious crop that has been raised here j to plant growth. Why then In fact there has never been a has this country not been highly failure of those now staple as developed long ago naturally well as certain and profitable j asks and to one familiar with crois. milo maize and kaflir...

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