Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The commoner. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1910)
.' . W., ' A. Ji
'"$!" fi ?"
VOLUME 10, NUMBER la
'm MTtn..i.,r i-;,
Wealth at Mission, Texas
-"" """"" -" ---
on the Famous Wealth
La Lomita Irri
in the Lower Rio Grande
Valley of the Wonderful
Gulf Coast Country
It mnttorH not from what section
of tlio world a Holder may come,
no will find In the Iii LouiHn LiuuIm
at MInmIoii, Texan, in the Lower lUo
Grande Valley, a cllmato and hoII
condition that will produce success
fully Homo one of tlio crops from
whence ho came.
If tho Hettler should he from tho
fru It-growing sections of California
or Florida ho will hid in tho Valley
an Ideal condition to carry on his
favorito punnilt In citrun fruit
growing, or Hhould ho ho from tho
pineapple hocIIohh of that Stato IiIh
attention In this lino of culturo will
meet with approval.
Tho corn farmer of tho favorite
corn holts or tho United States can
produce in tho Valley from fifty to
sixty buslielH per aero per crop and
two crops per year.
Tho alfalfa growers of Colorado,
Now Mexico, Arizona and California
can, with rcasonablo attontion, so
curo six to eight cuttings of al
falfa at an avorago of ono ton per
cutting and at prices ranging from
in ' lon ,n U,Q ,,G,d.
,. y anr cftuiiiiowop growers of Illinois and California can, with
f0M.L" limounJ of attention, secure an avorago yearly production of either
of these crops at a valuation of $500 to $1,000 per aero. ner
.nJhnn,iu vc3 tf, "? irrigated districts of Colorado and California
can approximately double their yields in tho Valley with the advantaco of
nlurJ?J"' w?i0ks licr marketing, with the addltio Sal ad?Sage"B?vSr
California of a thousand miles less haul to reach the Eastern markets
ttn1ii!!1M.0nTKrnWor.8 of California and Colorado will find unequalled condi
tions In tho Valley In this respect, In both production and quality.
i.Thir ?,otton farmer of tho various cotton-producing sections will And In
cheapa!abyor!nany advantaca and especially "an abufilaSSe of efficient and
Tho cano 'planters of Louisiana under similar agricultural methods will
A CHOP OP CELERY ON THE LA LOMITA LANDS AT MISSION
ohtjiln In fhft Vnllaw i..i,i !., ...
8?& labor cheaper.
co?tlo5 o?SSSSnI??edB SSSSfff-K8 L?mita Landa ofl ex
tho soil anddo not caro for speculSors Ihoinf i1101"? reaJ lUerB
We give every aid and oncouraBemonrt7th2JJ evolP their farms,
are being rapidly filled up with T ckaS nf noS" uClass' and our Iands
homes here and adding to the weafth of tho r?1? who 7G making their
of the Gulf Coast Country of Texas S at Lowcr R1 Grande Valley
Join the Money-Makers of
rTMSin trt .1 xl
from a farm at MlSion. U1 yar Whn n Can not "" the products
haestffanrnV costs of growing,
You can raiso two crops of vegetable It mpV acri Profltv
then plant your land In cotton or coin Ul ksipn during the year and
pecans are being planted by the hundred aires' AifaiVrts Brape3 and
other Btaple. Is also very successful, acres. Alfalfa, an-
Tho La Lomita Landj havo overv ennriifinn r .
Thoy havo passed tho ninwimnntoi ..Z.co.??,0.? of success
transportation facilities tc the arge markota nf tK". qulck
ytSfcSRaffi? lmV mad Tffid.0' al Sl?s
Mission growers reach tho northern mnrifoto WAni,n i .
tho products of other Boetlon0&uM
Send at Once for Free Information
Mission Land Improvement Co., Mission, Texas
Gentlemen: Kindly send me full information concerning your
Irrigated La Lomita Lands, prices, terms, etc.
R. F. D. or SL No.
clSaolS'MSSSS STnSkrfi atl,2SSffi! PlaCe.1In whIch to live Tho
wS L,7,2,8i deer,ees. There is no mora hMiAfni .2 annHal mean temper-
&3&hfikhJffi.,Sfffit gsHW8 ?jsffi s tSS&d the
..ThirKJtiie XiSuss,,lo"A"'.MJi.h9 5.p: uu '"un-
pronts per aero of from $loc ?to B00. northern states it not
"We Prove It at Miscm"
ana tho strictestmv'osuSonr'051"01'' Wo Invlt0 orrospaonco
Mission Land Improvement Go
"ssion, maaigo County, Texas
Powered by Open ONI