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Image from page 217 of “Over the range to the Golden Gate : a complete tourist’s guide to Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Nevada, California, Oregon, Puget Sound and the great North-west” (1895)
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Title: Over the range to the Golden Gate : a complete tourist’s guide to Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Nevada, California, Oregon, Puget Sound and the great North-west
Year: 1895 (1890s)
Authors: Wood, Stanley
Subjects: West (U.S.) — Guidebooks Pacific States — Guidebooks
Publisher: Chicago : R.R. Donnelley & Sons
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN

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nting, @ per acre .- 50 Care for two years, @ per acre 300 Total cost till brought to bearing ,950 Crop third year, 5 tons to acre, @ per ton ,000 Crop fourth year, 7 tons to acre, @. per ton 1,400 Crop fifth year, 10 tons per acre, @ per ton 2,000 Total for three years – -. ,400 Deduct cost of care for third year, fourth and fifth years, @ per acre $ 450 Cost of and, vineyard, etc i,950 Interest 2 -ears, @ 10 per cent 390 ,790 Net profit, five years … ,610 This estimate supposes that all the work is hired. If a man is not afraid totake hold and do most of the work himself, which he can easily do, the expenseaccount would be materially smaller. Prunes promise to be a most profitable fruit, and have proven themselves athome in this valley. Cost of ten acres of land, as given above ,500 Plowing, etc 50 Cost of prune trees for ten acres 180 Planting 50 Care for 3 years @ per acre per year 450 Cost of 10-acre prune orchard to time of bearing ,230

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TO THE GOLDEN GATE. 215 The tourth year the account stands about thus: Crop, ioo lbs. per tree and 10S trees per acre, lbs., @ 2 cts. per lb ,160 Fifth year, 150 lbs. per tree, 162,000 lbs., @ 2 cts 3,240 Deduct cost of orchard . ,230 Interest on ,230 for 3 years, @. 10 per cent „- 669 5,400 ,899 Net profits for five years – ,501 Other deciduous trees will show about the same result. As has been stated,the expense account can be largely decreased if a man is willing to take hold andwork. One norse will do all the cultivating ; thirty dollars will buy all the im-plemeii s nee:ed, and there need be no expense for hired help until the grapes orfruit are to be gathered, and enough potatoes and other vegetables can be raisedon the land to furnish a living for the first few years. Beyond Pomona are a number of small stations possessing all the requisites ofclimate, soil and scenery to become thriving towns; which, doubtless, will be theoutcome in a few years. At present

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Fort Collins Velodrome Association bicycle races @ CSU Oval
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Fort Collins Velodrome Association bicycle races @ CSU Oval

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On May 16, the FCVA kicks off its third-annual 6-Day Series on the Oval at Colorado State University. The racing takes place each Sunday for six weeks. There are categories for fixed-gear and freewheeling bicycles. All ages of cyclists welcome — from tiny tots, to licensed racers, to masters.

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