National Geographic : 1924 Dec
624 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE MARKET-BOUND Because the highways of Porto Rico are fed in many cases by trails impassable for wheel traffic, pannier baskets, hung from donkeys and horses, are a common sight, even on the best roads. This ancient transportation method competes directly with modern motor trucks in moving Porto Rico's Iruit and vegetable crops to market. A "BANANA SPECIAL" EN ROUTE FOR BARRANQUITAS Among the jibaros shoes are a seldom-seen mark of distinction. The police are said informally to divide Porto Ricans into Shod and Unshod groups (see text, page 630).