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í$w shipments of good
hurting: prices. 4
from western Colorado sold tit
$3.75 to $4.2o, and heavy cows at
$3.00, but most of the range stuff the
was medium to common quality,, wai
Stockers and feeders held about
steady, but more common stuff
was included than usual, and
range of prices was wider, at $2.- the
75 to $4.00. vStock calves sold 25 tin
to 50 cents lower, and dull, at
$2.50 to $3.75. Receipts of
cattle today are 2000 head, mar
ket steady. Buyers and salesmen cu:
made terms quickly today, and th
business was over before noon. pr
Mutton and lamb prices remain- bo
ed practical lv
week. Some nice light Mexican
yearlings from San Luis Valley,
Colorado, weighing 7b lb. sold at
$5.60, and were called higher.
Best lambs sell at $6.50 for west
erns, and near I'-all of the good
lambs sell above ' $h. 00. Fair to
good led western yearlings sell
at $5.00 to $5.25, ewes $4.00 to
$4.40, weathers $4.25 to $4.75.
Two or three strings of feeding
lambs sold last week at $5. 00. Re
ceipts today are 1500 head, most
ly feeders. Market steady. Pack
ers got up a scare last week,
predicting a severe break in price,
but it has failed to materialize,
ml prospects rather favor a good
i J. A. Rickhakt,
h. S. Correspondent.
Is coffee better than tea?
That's your question; you
yoif must answer it for your-
. trocar roturiih your money if you don't like
lLllllllll Ul Ccltl uuoiv ttiivi
forth across the line. His plan
is that either the United States,
or Mexico seize all the cattle
branded with an iron used in
the other country. After mak-jar
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111 LI1C 5C14UIC LUC UVCIMIUCUI
shall collect on all these cat.tle
and force the owner to rebrand
with an entirely different design.
This would protect the customs
of both the United States and
Mexico and would put a stop toj ?
sniiLinji cattie irum ounura iu
Arizona without paying the
An Old Clock.
The oldest working clock in
Great Britain is that of Peter
borough Cathedral, which dates
from 1320, and is conceded to fi
have been made by a monastic B
clockmaker. It is the onlv miP ! plant hardier and prod upe :''mi&rSS
now known that is wound" UD fruit and leaves. He has at his
, ; chanta ix.osa experimental grounas
over an old wooden wheel. This ; specimens of the cactus which he
is some twelve feet in circum-jhas robbed of thorns, having
ference, cariying a galvanized ' brought the erstwhile thorny?
ui,. ..u,x.,i. oaí c. i .i. ' lfavfts to h state of nerfprtinn in
cduic auuut ouu icci in lenutn. . r rv
with a leading weight of three
Must Rebrand Cattle.
iic li a li mi iLiLuui ltics rue up
against a hard proposition which
the Mexican and American gov
ernments art trying to solve.
Sqme of the big cattle outfits
ivloi1 the line run theJr stock in
.1 r i' 1'i mii fu ril A ri'ino ti i-i r
in which a man can rub the leaf
nvpr his farfv ntirl thf iiirfn"A le'1.
hundred-weight. The cable has j fotmd soft as silk. The creation'
to he wound up daily. The gong
is the great tenor bell of the
of spineless cactus is world-wide
in importance. The plant wiUK
Sonora and Arizona and
Cathedral, which weighs 32 hull grow luxuriantly on the desert;..
dred-weie-ht and it is struck' inis ami otner cou,unes its.,
area weignr,. ana it is struck , leayes and fmit are fo0( for mai :
hourly bv an 80 pound hammer. , and beast and it will mean-!'
The gong and striking parts of spme sections more 'than the in??
the clock are some yards, apart, j traduction of the,. pQtfltp i&$ajjífráM'jé
communication being' by a síend- to "Europe."" Florence Blade. ,.v,íá