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Stockman: A trainload of up
wards of twenty cars of Texas cat tle pulled into Tempe Saturday last. The entire lot were steers, to bo fattened on the. bountiful alfalfa pastures of the valley They were taken to the Ellington ranch tem porarily; it 15 probable that the lot will be divided into numerous small bunches, among the several who feed, for permanent pasturage. Stockman: It is reported that cattle' buyer have contracted for some 12,000 head of cattle in the northern part of Grant county, and most of them will be shipped from Silver City. The cattlemen in the southern part of the county shipped most of their stock last fall, and now there are not enough shipping cattle left to make much of a delivery. With a cattle buyer nothing less than a train load counts. Yuma Sentinel: Aurelio Sando val, of the firm of P. Sandoval & Co., bankers, of Nogales, Sonora, Mexico, was in Yuma Monday and Tuesday. Mr. Sandoval has 'made arrangements for the purchase of the Colony lands of Gen. Andrade in Sonora, and wall put ten thou sand head of cattle thereon. The stock will be driven from his ranch in Sonora eighty miles south of Willcox. Thirty men will be re quired to transfer these cattle- and they will be driven in five bunches of 2,000 each. Mr. Sandoval pro poses to expend thousands of dol lars in the improvement of the big ranch. Yuma will be the head quarters for supplies to be furnish ed the different camps, of which there will be four between the boundary line and the Colony. Mr. Sandoval was accompanied to Yuma by Edward Andrade, son of the general, who is interested with his father in the lands. Mr. San doval, who is a personal friend of Justice Redor.do, is a very affable ' and intelligent gentleman and im- F. LOAIZA & CO. Saturday, April 20, 1905 HIDES AND HORNS. Bisbee Review: John Dowdle connected with Frank Proctor in the butcher business at Cananea, rc centlv received from Chihuahua, via El Paso, four carloads of hoys and two carloads of sheep. He says that country is in line condi tion. liisbee Review: W. II. Taylor, the Cochise cattleman who was ar rested for irregular range practices, had a preliminary hearing before Justice McDonald on Tuesday. and Avas bound over to the grand jury in the sum of 1,000 on 'each 'of the two charges. Holbrook Argus: Clarence 'Mor row, and William Amos, two of Navajo county's prosperous sheep men, arrived in the city Wednes day night from the Salt River Vallev to look after their flocks that wintered on this side. They report an abundance of feed and Avater on the desert. Stockman: Tom Whitehead, cat tleman of the San Simon valley, who Avent to Bisbee and entered the restaurant, business several years ago, Avhen the range Avas slack in work and the cattle busi ness generally slow, has now sold I out the restaurant and moved back to the ranch where he will devote his future to looking after his herd. ! "llM'Hd Ml i I 1 1"- bMIJt IftUl. lb' i' ft I,! f, a ft.ii-,' f.tr No- ' v". HEflMOSILI.0, SONORA. MEXICO. IMLn-.k Arg.x: A r,..i,. of O ION W l A' I K l-l A iNJ O I Mltitm Su ftftHc mttl Atsrik'ttlturnl I mjthiitviit . vf riuiiciit .-liffp ii;-KTiors ;irf here and will go out. to i pert, the nurni ions ilock-i of j-In ep fur scab before allowing them to go on to the reserve. We h.ue been in formed there wiil lie , some fifty in spectors stationed in this territory this season for the same purpose, and scabby flocks are to be dipped under the supervision of the in spectors at the expeiiH; of the owner. Stockman: Quite a few deals in cattle and ranches are taking place these days, some of consider able importance. The man wdio, for many reasons, wants to quit the business, finds the present an opportune time to sell for the same reason that the buyer has for going into the business. A judicious in vestment in stock cattle and range at this time can hardly be any thing other than a profitable tran saction under proper mangement. 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