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THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N M.. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29. 1914.
TODAY S LIVE NEWS
OF SUNSHINE STATE
ROSY IN THE
Boss Progressive Leader Re
turns to Santa Fe with In
formation that the Faithful
.-vim Vv. M . April 19 That ihe
Pi ogiciv ( nrl rapidly Haiini'C
hlMI'Klll lloitll III III.. Itnswcll distil I
I stilled I.) I'd i V I'll, bald Willi
mid re., d a met .nig in ;hiimi,II on
April IX ut wtiii h inurlt ciiihusiasi.i
wa evident. Anion (tin Pi oKrcsait
leader who participated In ihp iiice'.
IriK i i Iir i". 1. piiraniin, W V
irlllilhit, W. y. Fnwcett, (lenrgc
I'i ii'il..iibiium ir. II II Ki'lth. state
commttippinnn: .lamp Si-nlUm, ipnre
I'ppt. Ii F. Thoniaa. Fred Miller.
Henry SwnM. J. R. Ilerhst, C. C.
iiiay. nnil Itnlph Vandewnrt. Oilier
I'i ogrcsaivea in thai section lirp
Inland, lienrge V. Zink. Hubert K'n
lahln. II Cohcaii, W. A Vlckera. J. V
Urns. W. u. Hamilton, .1 C. liamil
tiin. Ham Jonea, A. J. Ilallnrd, Fr-I
Until. A T. Cruse, W. 8. (irltrtth. Ir
II. V. Full. J. K. Hioom. Sr. J A
Itrowning. Fd Mary of Iiextrr. T A
Hianclirf. Lake Arthur: i. H. Tanner.
National Cniiitnlilccman M. A.
litem, nf Ihp t'rogreaaive patty, ha
trcelved 11 Irtier from John Mrt.rath,
secretary to Uenrgc W. I'erklna, rhnlr
mnn nf thp executive committee of the
rrnarraatv r. stating lhat the Indiana
state t'rogreaaive convention which
nominated rnatr fleverldge for the
senate wa b grfst mircfMi "The, con
vention." v Mr. Mrilrnlh. "wa at
tended hy 1 ! o 5 delegate and gave a
decided answer to those who were
clamoring thnt the TVogrcaslve party
' disintegrating ud going In piece.
Hirnng candidate were named, lor
every place on the ticket."
HERE'S AN EGG THAT
ALL ITS OWN
Tucumcari Comes Forward
With the Double-Shell, Re
inforced Concrete Hen Fuit.
The Tucumcarl Ni In responsible
fur thu following rcmuikablo ,Si w
Mexico burn yard Incident:
A queer t'kic wa found Wednesday
morning in thu Whito Orpington yuri
of Ira K. Furr. Jt wa u lurau im n
Jtoi.ua egg and mcaauted 1 hy 8 l-t
inches. Tha Hu ll wiia pcrlcct mi I
he.n brokfii It waa found lo tnntain
mm line with shell on urid another
I'Kit without shell. To t-KKs in oiiii
day la some laving and mi- think It
UhI thp riToid of otii! slli.illrl
biueiia of i III' k lis.
CLAIM U. S. COURT
HAS NO JURISDICTION
OVER PUEBLO CRIMES
S.nii.i 1. V M, April Th
iU-Mllon of whether oftenci-a of In
tliana are In ln tn.U In I Dlle 1
b'.aii- couiih ia bi-mii thtcnhi'd out
I'vl'irti I'hilrd Alalia Inilnri Judilu
'iliiam 11. l'np TIih (ui'.itioii ia
prraviited in thr di muirer lo tha in
ll' lnirn' of Han Juan li.irrui. an In
dian charard with lha ahuutlnc of
Aloert L-iK. at Aroma.
II H. Juiiimon of AlbiliUrriup, a
t'iriiry fnr Car , aiaurd yiatf-rday
I riiioon that 1'uiblo Indiana nn
Iml t tniili il aa lex rvallon Indiana
lui th.-y lia on lunda, tha title ol
whl h la n:ihln . t-mm-! . He aald
tll I In- I I it. d .Slati'K hold T'Ui lilo
Indiana lo ie watda of tha fovrn-
mi nt hut coiicrvaa ha di'iiared when
t-rlmra are (-oiiniiitic.d thrv ahall ha
tried in the rintp roiirta. Mr. Jaml
poll ato illy inniinainrd that the Acoma
J'lm iln i)e not romi under th Ut.
it riHUnn of a rraervatlon.
Aalt.iiit United Ktatea Altorner K
(' Wide. Jr., and Attorniy Fraio la
W iIkoh will make arcutm - Ha for the
t r iicil Hutra. Fhould Mr. J am loon
w in. tha deolaton will knoi k out all
Indfinienta. aava thoie rrKardlng 'he
Iriiroluriion nf llnunr mm Indian
ounii v. whir h ha e hi n handed
down by 'he federal crand Jury,
ALAMOGORDO MAN DIES
FROM A TINY SCRATCH
Alamaa-ordo. N. M.. April 21. Aa
the rault of a alight aorati h on one
nf Ina I hum ha. wnlch he re-elel
whilp puttlna up a wire i ippii, Fran (
pufkln. onl.a. aon f Mr. nnd Mr.
(ieortP UJfkin, and one of the prom
liu-nt yoiinc hLilnraa lio n of Alanio-
ogrdo iK i uinhed Hunday to an k'.ta k
of blond poiaoiiitii. liaiKrtne p in.
! i lolinii Inio tha arm. and dintn
lollowt d iiin kly.
Thp dp" eaapil jl a iio inbpr of lh
Ki'nM tvh Itit-. bpiiig a S:d dtiipp Ma-
D and mi arhliuled WUh the Hani I
I'r ' haplrr of t'na ordpr. The funer-il,
r hn h waa held Monday, waa unuer
the aun irpa of Rucranienio b'tlge o.
t. A. F (V A. M., of thia illy. Her-
loea W" r conductpd at the Kapnat
tliurch by Kpv. J. K. f'ondpr. paator eit
Ihe WpIIiii.Iipi phun h. The fuiiprl
aa one of the lirpt ater b-ld I'i
RATON PREPARES TO
Governors of Three States to
Join Pueblo to Gulf Journey
Due in Gate City May 4th.
K.iion, N. .! . April 2i The eoi iu
biliiy tiiuilxiH I rom PiipIiIo, Colorado
Spiinaa and TiiiioImI who will marf"
1 1. a run inl.i T a.ia utid HKliihoina an I
bmk line .iprliiK. will rpa. h K.itoii oh
the 4 1 1 1 i k of Ma) i. ai' oldillk In
ailvbiH lui'iipil Una wiik from tin)
partite III i ha l iff The ihtli'xutio.i
Iroiri PiipIiIo miii cotiaifii of 4u pr
anna. I'lioap from Hip SpniiKa will
i'arr.1 with iIipiii a lurgp niinibpr ot
PHtiire allili'a und Mima ahowliik tin
I'i'Miitii-a und itd niilaKPa of thPir l it
and HKi.ili. and Una,, will bp nlum 11
in tlni M iKto t thp.itpr on that mitiii,
tokPlhPI Willi Hlldpfl ImW bpllltf 111.118
for our own ll. All tlu-ap aliilra
and lll.na ill bo t.mcn by I Hp loin -loia
and pxhlnllprl In ein h ton of ton
HPiiupiirp on their Irip, which will
Kltp Halu n a Rival uVal of thp hptt
kind of puhlicio with IKtl,. coat. I Ml
i.i rival Iipip the ImiriMa will he nipt
at I lie alulp Hue by uu pai oil of Union
uutoa hputmii (Joiprnor Milionald.
Statu l;iiKinppr Frpiuh und many
1 ioiiiiik nt Union ,ip'tp. After auy.
per ut lhu HruhrrK liotpl. lha Vlaltora
will bo laki n to the Mauiict to view
tha apprlal lilina nnd alidt-a. and then
invited to enjoy an Informal amokar.
Ia tha morning thvy will be escorted
on their way by a dplcgation of ctt
Uena In autoa.
Wau-rworkM Mnlna Itrwdjr.
Feverul hundred feet of dltoh line.
the t)i at to ba dug for the new "iter
worka ayatem, la now opened u,. on
Meaaor atreet In aoutheaat Haton,
ready for the laying or tha water
niRina. Thli latter work was started
thia morning and will progress aa rap.
Idly aa tha eicavatlon for the dltche
la completed. Tha laying of tha
malna will move gradually north, fir at
covering tha eastern part of tho city
and Inter working weatward from
thpae loweat levels into the higher
parts of the city.
TO THE KIDNEYS
Take a talilt'MMNinfiil of Knh If I lark
liuru or llluiltlcr
We nro a nation of mtat catera
nnd our blood ia fllp with urlo
ai id, Nya u well knou n iiTithority.
who wuins ua to be tonatk ntly on
guard iiKainht k.dmy troul.M.
Tho kidtipya do their utmon to free
the blood of Ihia irritating arid, but
lipionip weak frmn tho nvirwork;
thpy net aliiguiph: thp elltionalive
tiaaiipa tlok and thiia tho wmtt Is
n tinned in the blood to pola-ti lhu
i ni Ire aya.em.
Whi n your kldnpya ache ant you
have hIiiikiiik puma in the bin a; or
the urine iw ibuiily, full of aeJUitent,
or thp bladder la irritable, obliging
you to pei k relief during the iilunt;
when you huve severe lindarh-f,
nervoua and illxxy ppella. aleeppi
lo w, ui Id atoinarh or rlipuinntiam I I
nid wpatiipr. net from your phiirma-
ciat about four (iiim i'i of Jvd Halt:
lake u. lableat nfu lu u glaaa of
water before bieakfaxt ea'h morning
and in a few daya your kidneys will
in t fine. This famoua aulta la made
lii'in the arid of grappa and lemon
Jiili-p. i nmblned w ith lithla, and ha
been lined for generatlona to Hush
and aomulata clkged kidneys, la
neuiialiae the aeide In urine ao It la
no longer a source of Irritation, thu
ending urinary and bladder Uieor
lpr. Jad falls I Inexpensive and can
not Injure; makea a delightful effer-vea.-ont
Jlthla-waler drink, and no
body can make a nnalake by taking
a little oi-i anlotially to keep the kid
net ban and active.
Well Known Motor Pullica
tion to Devote Several Issues
to Description of New Ilex
J. Ii. Adalte. publicity manager fur
Motor Field, one of the best known
motor publii laiona of national circu
lation, is In Die city conferring with
officers of the Commercial club about
I be July number ol the magaxins,
which will be devf.led to Albuquerque
and central New Mexico. Motor Field
ulieidy has given much attention te
New Mexico, Its general manaaar
hating made a tour of Ihe stale last
year. Tha June number will he de
voted to nan hern New Mexico anil
ihe July number to Albuquerque and
the central part of ' Stat.
You sacrifice not a single
thinff and yni got more di
postiblf.more iippetiiting, more
econoinital food by the use of
Try Ottok'fie ftr baking and
for frying just us thousands
of other women have done
you'll quickly appreciate why
prominent cooking authoritii-t uim
It and commend it to highly.
Cottolene mHkrn belter, lighter nd
cntirtly digeatible bread, pastry and
other baked things, t'ersona un
able to eat food fried with other
fats, digest with ease foods fried in
And besides all thia, Cottolene
saves a great deal of money. Goes
a third farther
than butter, lard
and other cook
If you'd like a
book of choice
recipes, write for
a postal card will
rug a a fg?FANK cnv
aallIn7wrrlrr'f"' r -
HOW CATTLE SHRINK
IN COURSE OF SHIPMENT
In ihp (urrviit iaatie of "Farm an
Firi-aiil " apppur the followiiiu xo
prmiiptii lliturpa on cattle MiriiiKaUp:
"Aftpr weighing lf.'Mni inttlp in
SS.'i ahipmpiita, govpriimpnt ixppi'ia
hap i oni ludpd that the normal
hriiik.ile of rat tie In ahtpmrnt ia
from thrpp lo aik per ceiii. There ar.
pxipptiotia to thia rule, ami no one
tun aay beforehand Jual how 111 He'll
pattle will ahrlnk 'i roiiir to th.
market. Il depends on thp irpatnienl
of the cattle, the leninh of time thi-y
an held without fe.d or water, the
nature of their feed before loading,
the character of the trip to mnrki-t,
the dlatance shipped, and the time of
"Tho shrinkage of the Hist twenty
four hours la groutor than for any
subsequent twenty-four hours. 8lpe-
generally shrink a Utile leas than cowa
of tha same weight. Fed cattle and
range cattle ahritik about equally
There l no wny to prevent shrtnkaKo,
out turpi ui naniiiiiig and good lee.l
Iiik will keep It within reasonable
"Una of the chief causes of heavy
ahrlukaKP ia a too nevera drive, to the
loading pen, imperially during hot
EL PASO MAN BUYS
BIO BUNCH OF STUFF
IN SOUTHERN ARIZONA
i:l I'aao. Tex. i a, April 29. Two
rain hea i "iii riaing 3,3110 at rea and
lo.iioii cattle have been purehaaed at
Tim aon, Arizona by W. 1). C'onnull of
F.I I'nao. Tho transaction Involved
$30(1,(100 and the property pun Iuikp-I
Im ludi'd Ihe Manta I'oaa and the
Hala.'juivarl rnn hea of the late Sa
biiio ntero, from hi eatalo.
The properly la located about f.0
in i ba aoulhweat of Tucaon. Arls. Tho
ram hea include 3,300 acres of pri
vate land nnd control a cattle, range
of government land of over fifty
All the equipment of this ranch I
up to date, and there la a big uteum
I umplng plunt, bealdea 'a full outfit
of ranch biiHdlngw, corrals and Imrni.
Mr. I'oiinell has Just relumed to Kl
Puao litter l loaihg tha deal.
LIFELES, GRAY 111
If Mixed With Kulpliur II Darkens
ao Naturally Nobody
t an Till.
(irandmother kept her hair lieau
tifully darkened, glossy and abund
ant with a brew ol Huge T-a and Bui
phur. Whenever her hair fell out
or took on tnal dull, faded or
streaked appearance, this elmpl
mixture waa applied with wonderful
effect !! asking at any drug store
for "Wyeth s Hage and Hulphur Half
llemedy" you will get a large bottle
f this old-t ine recipe, ready to use
for about r.o .ems. Thu alrr.pl
mixture ran be depended upon to re
store natural co'.or and beauty to the
hair and la splendid for dandruff,
dry, itchy aculp and falling hair.
A well-known down town druggiat
says everybody Uses Wyeth's Hage
and Hulphur. becauae It darkena ao
naturally and evenly that nobody can
tell It hue been applied It's so easy
to use, too. Vou simply dampen a
com h or soft brush and draw It
through your hair, taking one atranl
sl a time, fly morning the (navy hair
diaappeara: after another applica
tion t-r two. t la restored lo its nat
ural color, and looks glossy, aoft and
Wire Hciia' Next Si,tti. aii.
tary anil rlieap; each I.V; ait. ao,-;
twelve. 11.11, This la imnJ Hie clteap,
lightweight neat Poultry Mipply cat
alogue free. K. W. I KK
Horae Hhnelng J. Korber Co
Iilackunltlilng Uasnllne Engines.
rtuaaia haa 111 mutch factories,
rroduotng lot.kl J.Utl.noi match
Declares Tree Cactus
Has Been Demonstrated
TIip F.aUnela News re'.iorla what
iipppara to be Ihe mat d'llnilo and
long lontlnupd expel Imeiit In the
feeding of Ihe railua lo stock In New
Mexii o during tb winter apnaon. The
Npwa in ita laat Ipmip relatea the ex
pel nme of art Kr lamia valley farm
er in Ihe follow In
W. II. Uarland. who has u farm in
tbe rnolhilla went of Lata in la, Is Ihe
pbuippr cactus feeder m this country,
and hla experience during the past
winter deinonalraien that thoae who
own landa upo.i which the trpe tae
nia lloiirlahps huve a valuable re
aoprcp of which they hae been here
It baa been gtnii.ill.v known for
) .i i a that the cm nc i untamed valu
able food fmietltiiciit. but the prob
lem of netting; no ol the apiupa haa
tneli conaldeled an inaiirmnuntnble
dittlciilit in iitilmnx the cactua on a
practical acale. nnd the expprlmenla
liy l.uttier llurbanlt in producing a
apineleaa cactua have therefore been
witched with great mteieat. and it
has been generally connldered thai
the auci eenf ul outi nine of hla experi
ment piomtM-d the only hope of
making; the cactua nil aaaet Instead
of a nuiaance.
Mr. Garland, hwccr, has detiion
at rated on n prni Heal scale that the
tree taenia In Its natural state la a
resource not to be dpaplaed In Ihtwe
localities where It (louiiah-a. and that
it ia not Improbably worth while to
propagate II as a :eed crop.
Fairly luat fall hi- attention waa at
tracted by one of lna cowa which he
(mind had discovered th knack of
getting ut the cactus pods without
Hiiffering great inconvenience fiom
Thia set him to Ihinkinx and by a
little experimenting he found that it
waa ik, great task lo cut the new
growth and renin. e the spines by
singeing, and that when thua treated
the cowa ate It eagerly, consuming
every bit of the last )eai a grow th.
He also found that it is a etrong feed.
producing more nulk and butter than
any other forage he had ever used.
Having satiaftad himeelf that It was
all right aa a feed, ha commenced
about the flrat of Iecember feeding
the cactus and nothing else to five
milch cowa. "-He continued thli
through the entire winter until a few
weeka ago, when k raxing became suf
ficient to support the stock, and says
he has never used a more satisfac
As to the work of preparing and
feeding Ihe rartUH, he say It is not
a difficult or laborious task anil com
pared with the labor of raising and
Harvesting regular funic crops, it la
no task at all. He timed himself fre
quently and found thai It required an
average of thirty mlniitps to cut and
singe enoiiKh cactua to feed the cowa
for one day. Thus it will be aien
thnt to feed five cowa during the
month of liecemher. January, Feb
ruary and Man h. 121 das. he put in
only a trifle over one week's labor, or
six daya of ten hours eai h.
Mr, tlarlanda method la lo cut the
new growth, handle It with a pitch
fork, with which It la held over a
small fire made of brush and twin"
He says it takes very little lire to do
the buainesa. The spllipa hum (iff al
most In a Hash, and the feed ia ready
and the cow were alway ready
Of course. Mr. Uarland Is fortu
nately alliialpil for cactus feeding.
The plant gious thickly on and
HALF MILLION IS
Lively Trading in the Border
Market for Chihuahua Stuff
New Mexico Hen Among
Kl Tuso. Tex . April x Clay Hob.
lnon and roinpiny, cattlemen, made
Ihe first delivery Monday of 11.009
head of tattle ...id by the firm. The
transaction involves nearlg a half
million dollars Thia la one uf tha
biggeat deals in cattle that has been
made along the border In yea's. The
first delivery Monday wss of t.SOO
head, and the balance will be deliv
ered during ihe coming month. The
delivery was made at Monahans.
1'exaa, the rein under of the 11.000
rattle sold being at various points In
West Texaa. chessman a Fray of
lienver, Coin., and Becker A Degan
of flloux City, loa are the buyers
Clay, Kotnnson and company sold
Monday TOO hnd of miked rattle to
John McCarthy of Pueblo. Colo. The
rattle are being shipped to Colorado
for pusture sml market. This herd
waa imported from Mexico by Mey
ers and Tankpuley through the port
of Nogales, Ar.i, and shipped into
The ftlngham and I-ove cattle com
pany ha import. during the past
week over 2 411 head of mixed
tattle from Mexico, the larger por
tion being Terraxa Block. lif th's
bunch 1. 000 head were eold to J. II.
Nations; O. M. Saddler bought
head and sent them to pasture In
Ariioua; D. II Hart ot Dryden, Tex
as, bought Sue head of ateers and
hipHd them lo Iryden for pasture;
W. H. Pennia or flranJ laland. Nab.,
bought 100 head of young sieers and
ihiplied them lo hi ranch In Ne
braska. The Bingham and Love company
As Sound Cattle Feed
around hia place, ami everywhere
there la plenty of dry stlcka anil
brush. Ilia cowa soon learned to fol
low hi in and stand around the fire
waiting until breakfast was ready.
He generally cut below Ihe luat year
growth, more or lean, and found that
If atlnted a little in their feed Ihe
cow would eat some of Ihe two-year-old
growth but this Is somewhat
tough and woody, and If they hud
plenty they rejected it.
Mr. Uarland has founJ further
that the cattu seed la a line chicken I
feed. He soon observed that Ihe
chicken followed the cowa and ate
the seeds from the dropping, and by
throwing them some of the pod he
found that they Would peck the pods
open and get the seeds. They rellfh
Ihe seed sieatly and thrive on il.
laich poll contains about a teaapoon
f ii t of seed.
Humiliated by his experience, a
number of Mr. norland's neighbors
look to the cactua Ills uncle. W. M
(lai lnnd. fed eactu until he threshed
hla beans. Then. Inasmuch as there
was little cactua on and near his place
and he had to haul It. he reverted to
the standby of bean hull: but the
cow fell off in their milk to such
an extent that the miatresa of th
houae demanded cactua for the cowa,
and he hud to go back to hauling
John Crawford wintered three cowa
on taitua line of hla cows at flist
declined lo eal It. but after chopping
up some and giving It to her she
found It waa good enough to eat. and
thereafter took the stalk along with
the others without chopping. Thia I
the only Instance In which a cow did
not 'eat It from the atait. without
Charles KellogK of the same neigh
borhood, wintered five head of cattle
on Ihe cactua four of them milch
cows, and they have sold twelve to
fourteen pounds of butter per week
All thia aeema lo be sufficient dem
onatra'bin of the value of cactus a
a feed for rattle.
t if course the area where thia va
riety of cactua flourlshea In abun
dance Is restricted to limlt-d portion
of the foothills, but It grows in scat
tered clump In many parts of th
In view of the foregoing, the ques
tion of propagation Iwcomee a not
uninteresting one, and It may he
quite possible that It will he worth
while to propagate It In localitiet
where It does not grow. 1! could be
used n a sort of insurance against
dry years. It I the drouth resisting
plant par excellence. A stalk of it
cut and thrown on lha ground In the
foothills where It is plentlfu. ewill
prnut and take root In a dosen places
and produce a new clump. I o unt
ies If the stalka were covered with
anil they would grow anywhere In
Mr. Uarland thinks lhal there are
many acres nn his place that, ac
cording to the price of feed thia tear,
bore feed to the money value of I3S
per acre. I .a at year's growth ws
from four to seven Inches on each
Mr. tiarhind found that hi feedina
ground became n popular lendexvou
for rabbit, which came In great
nuniberu nnd gnawed the two-year-
old growth left by the cattle. Thu
when he wanted rabbit all he had
to do was to sit down with his gun
and wait a few minute, when he
could shoot all he wanted.
haa purehaaed 1.200 head of Mexican
entile from Maple and Walk, who
Imported the stock at I 'a bene i if
this bunch Sua head were crossed
Monday night and 700 Tuesduy morn
ing. W. II. Craft ha bought over SSO
head of rattle from the Zuloatu
ranch through the port of Hi I'aso.
Hubert HIaughter and company has
brought over 12 cars uf unbranded
lalves from Chihuahua. There were
bout 760 in thi bunch.
L,. K. Hooker ha brought over IS
cars of mixed Mexican cattle from
the Casas Uruntlea dlatrlrt.
Rate and Franklin have Imported
a ahlpment of 300 hend of cows from
Honors The cattle were brought
over the line at Nogales and shipped
to Ihe Kl I'aso rattle market.
W. T. Tolbert of the 1). F. White
Cattle Commiaalon company left F.l
I'aso Mondsy night for Valentine.
Texas, to receive ,(00 head of steers
from the Ityan Well ranch and the
Holland ranch. The rattle have been
told through the I. F. While Com
miaalon company to J. F. Campbell
of Wichita, Kan. Mr. Tolbert was
accompanied by J. F. Campbell, Joe
Nteinbaugh and F. U K urn berg of
Hnk. Kan., and tlenrge llayden of
Ashland, Kan., who w ill take tbe rat
tle to Kansas, the shipment being
made by way of 8tr;a Dlanca. Te-
oa and Amarlllo.
The cattle firm of Haley and Tal
bot of lilflo. Colo., 1 expected to
have a representative in Kl I'aao on
May I to receive IVO head of steers
purchased In March al Hillsboro, M.
SMALL GOAT MEN
IN LINCOLN COUNTY
SUFFEE FBOM 8T0RM
Glencoe, Lincoln Co., X. M.. April
17 The smaller goat men In thi sec
tion hav suffered heavy loaaea from
lha late snows, which otherwise have
done great good to the rang In this
section. With mohair bringing big
price and th range In fine snap for a
good lambing season, th goat men
were expecting a goe-t year; but the
losses through the sioim will mure
than eat up th earning of tn
smaller Dock master for (hla geaion.
Try HERALD Want Ads, they
bring results. , '
SAYS FAITHFUL DOG
IS EMIISIVE .
Herbert Quick, Editor -if Farm
and Ranch Declare! the Pup
Standi Between Farmer and
Ileroen unit k, editor of "Farm and
Ftrcaide." tile national farm paper
published In SprmglH'ld, Ohio, begin
an Important eerie '.if articles in th-'
current Issue of hla paper entitled
"The loic or Ihe Hheep, Which?" Mr
yulck a thnt mnn'a faithful friend.
I Ihe dog, I the moat rxpi'iialte animal
'In lhu I'nllpfl Hli.tps Tlln lloS. Illlll
mv dog alone, stands between th
farmer and the prollla from sheep
and he nlnne ia responsible for a good
deal ot Ihe high cost of living in the
matter of clothing and meals Mr.
Willi k has mudp a ilioi uiiKh im est inn
lion of Ihe subjei'i iili'l intend to
submit for the conaulcrni ion of firm
er generally, antl of aui h me. libera ol
ligialaturea aa may lead It. a concen
sus of opinion of many fanners In the
I'nlied state on this cjucsiion.
The Imporiaiicp of the dog peril
, hf rff,.s;nied when people llnd
out what doge huve been doing In Hie
I nilpil Statea. In bis flrat .irtiile Mr.
Ijulck give a picture of Ihe perils of
jne of tin basic industries of the
world caused wholly b the ravage ot
dog. Mr Quick add that people In
terested 111 Ihe sheep bulne may
woll bting theae fait o.fore their
legislature. The teatlniony nf
(Iiiilpii or fifteen Important sheep rais
er I adduced. Hevptal show lhat
dog hate a'liioat put a slop to th"
sheep business. A i'punsylv aina
bleeder writes a folio
In our iiviintry Ihe iloas have done
more m drive the sheep out than the
legislation In regard lo free wind ha
done. The fear of tb'as make
greui many men sell ihfir sheep, and
keeps i lino- fiom colli into sIippo
husband iv. I could name M-rhnp
twenty Mock of registered sheep
whb-h haw been scattered hv (log
Mr. y u ick add in conclusion
' Almost all nolllU'l people are folol
of dogs. Thp man or woman who vvili
delpuri thp prt'senl condition of thint
In the world of dog and eheep con
victs hlmaelf of being a iIhi wor
shiper whose proper 11m for living
would have been in F.gypt when Un
do god Antibia waa worahiped. Theio
are sportamen and Ignorant dog lov
er who have been up to thi dt
more inituentlal with legislators thtn
farmer have ever been, and who have
Insisted that the dog god Anubis mii't
oe Worshiped every year In the suc-nfl-e
of thousand of sheep killed
bv (I "as, of hundred of thousand
ruined hy their worrying and perse
cution, and of million which would
hr bred W live, reign -ot tr Wg coulu
Tells Farmers They Must Do
Something More than Mere
ly Grow Crops If Big Profits
Are to Come.
Carlsbad. April fx "It looks en
couraging the way stock in Im reaa'.'i
on the farma In the vallpy. ay
tiporge M. Cooke, cashier of the Klrat
National bank of Carlsbad.
SAYS MOOE STOCK
farmer muat do omelhlng more than stocked. Il haa a comfortable real
nifrely grow crop lu ship out lo l I dence and commodious farm bulld
supcesaful, I know of no section thitlngs. The new owner will luke tin-
really became prosperous until there
wa plenty of stock on the farm;
milch rows, pigs, sheep, calves, rolls
to eat Ihe feed. In this way the farm
become a factory to utilise the raw
material and It stops waste. And th-n
if such a farmer needs a little money
to get more stork lo eat surplus feed,
he tan go to hiaabanker for accom
inodat Imia. In other words the farmer
ths haa Block haa eredil al Ihe bank.
This I an Important consideration,
especlslly In a new country like our.
Think of it motor car transporta
tion at less than two cents a mile
what it is costing: thousands of
Ford owners. It's a big- reason for
Ford popularity. Other reasons
Ford lightnesss-Ford strength
Ford dependability. Better get
equipment. tlet catalog and particular
from guiKrt, AtlO K lri,Y CO.,
Albuquerque. X. M. f'hou TS.
rive hundred eight) -fit a dollar I the
price uf tha rflltU runabovit; the touring
car la ig thlrty-flv; the town car I eight
thirty-five (. o. b. Aiuquerque, complete
are quickly rail- ad by Sloan'
l.inlmant. Lay It oa Bo rub
bing. Try IL
AakU tprala ead DUaaatad Has.
" I praised at anal anrfrisaneated
sir hip by falling aut nf s tlnnl lry
window. Wstit oa rruiehea fnr fnur
avtnth. Thaa 1 aiartpd In ne yotar
l.iniBnt. arrorritn I direetinn I
must say It hi hPlpnts me wneitarf nlly.
V will never he without Kinas e Imp
0nl any at.',
tsladle fa nli.
" I Ml nd sprained ear arm a week
Mi and w In tern pain, i ponsi
ant ase mf ham (a mm anld I applied
ymir Liniment. I shall ne-r tar with
out hot i is of l.n I -IniBMSl. "''
m. a .vswr'i . a. a
r iw sun
"Slivan' Liniment haa dnn
enral lhaa eitvtliiii I have ever trted I
fi atig Hsnu. I st aiy hand hurt an
bn.Hr lha. I bad to slop ami rat in
Hit hnvnt time of th rear. I thoutht
l r-l lhat I wimiM h In have Sir
hand takpn PIT. bat I a ho'tla nf
hioan Liniment anoearen buy paue
If iba kttr. Mum Aim.
Al all Dealer. IS,
gpnd far glnan'
boek on hurae.
ratllp, htar and
I am strongly In favor of more sue k
nn the f irms and we shall never ad
vance till we havn pig und fat alee
lo ship to market. Another thing lhat
need to lie emphasised ia the faft
we are peculiarly favorably allioiteil
for feeding In the valley. Itetlamatlon
I'ouin Issloner I. i. ti'Iiomieil told the
farmer here a short time ago that ui)
In Montana where hp lives, they conm
down here and buy feeders, ship them
1,000 miles to their feed lo,t In Mon
tana, fallen them, and titp them lo
the Chicago market. I.ok at the ex
pense of Initiation I ii the steer to
Montana, while we ran take the steer
and lamb to our farma without coat.
Mr. n'lionnell says that hy fppdlng
the hay brouaht them at least tlx a
ton. If they can make money In feed
ing our atcerg after ahlpplng them
long dlatance, (t ta reaannnble to sup
pose, that It would pay ns. Hfre la
another place w her the hanker I
ready to help." Mr. Cooke la ao woll
Informed on stork matters that his
opinion I worth noting.
LAKEW00D MAN COMES
BACK TO STATE AND
BUYS BIO RANCH
l.akew.M.d. N M , April 21 Joe
Klrkeiidall. who recently sold hi
lam h weal of town to II II. Knoule.
nnd departed with 111 family for
Texas to Iivp. has returned to lake
w noil to live.
k'rkcndall failed to find condi
tion in sou lb Texas a promling a
they had been pictured, and believ
' Ing thnt the I'ecoe valley offered the
bat advantages for ranchers he re
turned. Coincident with hia return
here was announced tne sale by .
I'. Moxley of hla ranch, rattle and
home in Missouri valley. sixteen
..I I u I, u. .i.i.t l..r II 4. '.(ill
Irtish, to K irketuliiil.
The Moxley ranch I one of the fin-
eat In the I'eco valley and ia
T. V. TWM l. M. I.
Kye. Or. Niawi and Throat.
Capital City Hank Ilulldlng.
rtmne li-J. Patita Pe. N.
leite f'taju Kuropo.
HOTl li III M aim:
t'NOKIt NKW MA.V.VtlKMENT.
feetrttce to HaleuM'n.
lee Vega - New Jin.