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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1910)
INDEPENDENCE ENTERPRISE, INDEPENDENCE, OREGON. APR.L ,
MR. 11111 VISITS
Wrd Hill returned Friday from an
extended trip ihrouKh Mexico d
South, rt'turniiiK through the lake
stales on his way home. He reports
an enjoyable trip, having seen- many
Interesting nights, especially from nn
historical point of view. The Mexl
rua Indian In prehistoric times
reached a UlKb state of civilization.
ux their ruins now reveal. The to
pography of the country. Its climatic
renditions. Its vegetation and Its peo
ple are also Interesting, as well as
their manner of living. Among the
places visited were: San Kraiu-lseo,
Stanford University. Los Angeles.
San Bernardino, El I'aso. City of
Alexlco. the ruins of Texcuco, the
pyramids of Cholula, Pueblo, Ven
Crua, the pyramids at Metepec. San
Antonio. New Orleans, Mobile, Pense
tola, Montgomery, Chicago. Milwau
kee. St. Louis. Kansas City and Den
ver. "There Is a great deal of Amer
ican capital going to Mexico In the
form of syndicates seeking invest
merits." said Mr. Hill, when inter
viewed concerning his travels. "The
onrf tha rhean land seem to
lii . iiro " . r ,
attract them. Some are starting plan-i
tatlons of coffee, rubber, pineapples
and bananas. A person who doesj
not belong to some large company
would stand very Uttle show. He
can not afford to purchase this land
as the titles in the most of the plac-,
es is poor, as It is in all Latln-Amer-lean
countries. Four-fifths of the re
public is worthless. One can not al
ways teil what kind of land he is
getting for his money, because Mex
ico, as well as America, has some ex
cellent land promoters. j
"The only way to Invest in Mex
ican land is to be in a large company
and have competent lawyers to ne
gotiate the deal or one is apt to get
tils fingers burnt. !
"A few of the large cities are mod
ern but others, as well as rural dis
tricts, are a thousand years behind;
especially in agriculture, as the cul
tivation of the soil and the harvest
ing are very primitive. Nearly all of
the tilling is done with a crooked
stick plow, with a stick tied across
the horns of the cattle for a yoke.
"Mexico is an interesting country
to look at but a poor one to live in."
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Will Appear Before Grand Jury
Louis Maymud. who spent last win
ter In thi city, departed Monday for
Portland where he took his house
hold goods to reside there during the
ir Mavnaid and a son are
(,. Portland, having been there
in,.r nwlnc to the son having su
fered a severe atta.k of rheumatism
and was taken there for treatment.
Mr. Maynard Is to appear before- the
grand Jury in Portland to give evi
dence in the Krcbs-Smlth timber Und
case which is being Investigated by
the government. He was employed
last summer In cruising timber in the
Cascade mountains in the vicinity of
the land under Investigation and has
been summoned to appear before the
grand jury to tell what he knows In
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Blooded cattle and horses will be
put on sale April 26-30 at Portland.
Registered Shorthorns go on sale
Tuesday, April 26 and the two follow
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of harness and draft horses from the
Northwest and a few from the East.
There will be one carload of regis
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the Holstein herd of the Gearhart
Park farm will be sold. There will
be fifty head of these cattle.
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