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LIVESTOCK NEWS-SOUTHWESTERN DEVELOPMENT. JJJ J4.S0 HEUALD
CATTLEMEN OF. IE SHIPMENTS MIDLAND CATTLE Special Attention Given Your Decoration Day Flower Orders Order Early PECOS ORGANIZE i OF CATTLE MADE BBSIHESS LIKELY Form Protective Association to Prosecute Cat tle Thieves. Fort Stockton. Tex May 25 Pecos county cattlemen are organizing a Cattlemen's Protective association. Commissioner J. T. Baiter is at the head Cattle Dealers of Carlsbad Numerous Sales Are Made Section Make a Number of Good Sales. Carlsbad, N M., May 25 Large num- 1 bers of cattle have been shipped out from Carlsbad during the past week. A trainload of the James-riendricfcs of the movement and the local cattle- , ;, VomusnTZZkvym Kansas men generally are taking a lively in- . Citj Morgan Livingston loaded about terest While there has been little if a many a few das ago. fourteen an cattle stealing in this county the - yn SMe5co "S-SSSTMS numerous cattie thefts in other west I loaded on the 20th by the Jones Texas counties makes local cattlemen ' brothers and allied interests. W. Wil ... . . . . . , I son. of Colorado, was the buyer. Tecr- I ruia ofiSHWl STraised ' tobeused ! F L"!"-J? Sl' in apprenendlng and prosecuting cat' at Good Prices During the Week. tie thieves, horses and sheep to be in cluded in the protective plans of the association. Buys Die Bend Bunch. "Walter has bought a ranch In the Big Bend country, near the Chisos moutains and will stock it with regis tered stuff. He plans to live on the ranch Three whitefaced bulls raised on the TUamond Y ranch, seven miles from $40 A fine buneh of Mexico steers be longing to Nib Jones were included in the shipment, mey were crosses zrom Durham -bulls and attracted consider-! steers at 534 around.' from cowmen in the Midland, Tex, May 25 Marked ac tuity in the Midland cattle market, characterized principally by small sales ar good prices, has prevailed during the past 'week. Jack Puckett, of Amanita, made the largest purchase of the week when he ourchased ooo yearlings at $38 from Dick Houston and J. F. Epley. of Stan ton The cattle will run on Puckett's Panhandle ranch. Sells ZZ3 Younc Steers. Another large sale was made by B. X. Aycock to the Scaarbauer Cattle company, of 225 two year old steers. nother notable sale reported here, but mrde in Gaines county, was the pur chase by G It. Brumley of 5M yearling able attention vicinity. Numerous Sales Made. Paul Ares sold 300 head of steers and -i. . .. . .. ... i " ."-j-' "e" w --"aniJ-eoruo puruM. ueiivery , calves of J. W Woo ten and sold 42 TOiiiB m.c aog canyon. im iwr young mares to A. Holder of Garden stuff was delivered at the Washington , city -..-:.- ranch, south of Carlsbad. It contained I e r. Wolcott. ranchintr 2ft miles .-. - " OAifffcr-a I minrtPAci fr Aort r wtt v a4 wTTr .i-i . - - .. " " 1 crt btockton. have been cold by Pryor i TZ'X:" ,"'" rni .to V?rx . -;""' norlnwest or ilidiand. has Wilson to J. C Bird, of Abilene, tor i.'! &5 I !225' t0 J" W" " i"uy l m.. .- v. .- r,. jl.z .- luuukxo. iuc uujrc., vwiu ii. snip lu east Texas points. Dolph Shattuck, John Stewart, Tom ana. the new owner of the ranch. The I ??? aul A"lra , anp.IeS?n steers were dfDoed at San AmreiA iohn Queen. Arthur Mayse, Arthur uippea at an Angelo I Forehand. John Reed. Albert Johnson. 1 1 Jonn iiewett and others haTe sold stuff. J o Eichelbertrer has ,u oii-hf TVt?PPPQTA mrVDamvrP The Hewitt sale established a high horses at J5 arSSnd I to III Terrv , U X.t3ifilfhL&. OVERCOME Price for stuff. Lewis Howell of Lake- Dickson Bro& have stw ,S Ziiv- ' wooa, paung jjo a round lor everv- , ered to Pnrnr x- .-, : .Wi.r .',.. t.,i -. .- A herd of SOO Rainbow steers for the Bovdston S. Haughton ranch haTe been ismppea in Dy j. n. jsurke. of Corsl J. L. Klenner. ranchintr northeast of Midland, has sold -IS heifers at Sis around. l T ". T ,. ta .-A . ' o. j. x.ejr..u.a. DOBgm in cows ana sold 250 t ss? so around. TcleKraph Operator Slakes Good Sole. Charles Holzgraf. a Western Union, has sold 23 head of registered cows at 206 around, a registered bull for $500 to A. G Rushing, of Carlsbad, H M. j.. wiia an xiereiora stun Tone Tp the Stomach vrith Sarsaparillo. Hood's j thtnS that walked. heifers at $70 around. When you have dyspepsia your life Is miserable Jon hae a bad taste in j our mouth, a tenderness at the pit of your stomach, a feeling of puffv fulness, headache. heartDurn, and sometimes nausea. Di spepsia is difficult digestion mat is wnat tne word means and The onlv wav to get rid of it Is to give vigor and tone to the stomach and the whole digestive system. Hood's Sarsa parilla, sold by all druggists, is the one inedicne which acts on "the stomach through the blood and also directly. Its beneficial effects are felt at once. Im provement begins immediatelv Hood's Sarasaparilla purifies the blood makes the rich red blood that is needed for perfect digestion, and builds up the whole svstem. Jfo other medicine can take its place Adv ALVARADO MAN RESTORED BY WONDERFUL REMEDY Gets Appetite and Comfhrt Had: After Taking FIrt Do-t. T A. Hensley of Alvarado. Texas, suffered for a long time from derange ments of the digestive tract. Slle had colic attacks and indigestion. Bis liver was inactive and he was in pain after eating He took Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. From the very first dose it brought swift results. He wrote: "I have taken your treatment for stomach trouble and consider it a God send to sufferirig humanity I have been suffering from stomach troubles for a long time, such as colic attacks, bloating after eating, sick spells, indl restion. constipation and inactive liver and gall stones. Now I do not feel like the same man. I can cheerfully com mend this remedy to all stomach suf ferers. " Mavr's Wonderful Remedy gives per manent results for stomach, liver and intestinal ailments. Eat as much and whatever vou like No more distress after eating, pressure of gas in the stomach and around the heart. Get one bottle of your druggist now and try it en an absolute guarantee if not satis factory money will be returned. AdT. iEITHTTLEIES BUI HIM i TO 8E BITTED: Two Good Lots Are Shipped Arizona Permits Mexican' Cattle to Enter; Other States to Follow Soon. to Denver Dealers Prom West Texas. '. I Liberal modifications of the quaran ' 1 tine asralnst Mpriran fattin iw., kv Van Horn. Tex. May 25 Heavy sh.pments have Deen mane irom ent tine aBainst Mexican cattle, both by during the past week from the Kent Kew Mexlco and Te expected and Van Horn countrj. Means & I to be mad thm -t tJCi rruli.io Evans shipped MM head from Kent to , theIaof anfmal u'strftave 2uiie sanitary ooara tnat cattle are now permitted to be entered from Mexico to Arizona under special permit. This ruling became effective May 20 and provides that the point of origin, point of destination and name of ship- DISFIGURED B SKIN ERUPTION If That Is lour Plight, Let Reslnol Clear It Away At Trifling Cost! Pimples, blackheads, rashes, ring worm and, worst of alt that red, itch ing, scaly torment, eczema, vanish when ou use Resinol Ointment and Resmol Soap. There is no doubt about it. Even though your skin is so unsightly with eruption that you shun your friends and vou- friends shun you, Kesinol -usually makes it clear and healthy, quicks easily and at trifling cost. When 3 ou are sick of wasting time and money on tedious, expensive treatments, fret Resinol Ointment and Resinol Soap from the nearest druggist and you will cuickU see whv physicians have pre served them for twenty years for just such troubles as yours The Resinol treatment works so gent Iv, and is so absolutely free from any thing that could injure even the tend erest skin, that it is ideal for healing the skin troubles of infants and cb lldrecj Ad ertisement. Denver, and Bean Bros, shipped 200 head from the same point to the Den ver concern. Pottlns Cattle On Ranire. J W. Horn of W eatherford, is here receiving a lot of cattle he has pur- cnasea to siock me range ne recenuy per be given. Local cattlemen are of ,,u ;,OJ ,. u. ....,.. "-j- i m- opinion tnat Texas and New Mexi- Allamore mules are being shipped to co wiI1 adopt the elime prteions. Oklahoma. Jim Bounds, shipped out a i, Catt,e shlpmenti Lteht. car of fine mules during the past week. " Movements of catUe through this Army horses are being purchased , pon continue . to be light, although here by 33d Dupree of Colorado City, . mere cuttle i ,,,u i.-jij ViZZZZl Tex- I Fl Paso in the month of v than during an. other month in the year. i x, H. Nt'0s, president, and William Harrell. secretary, of the Panhandle & ! Southwestern Cattlemen's association. -4-tu icvcuuj lrum jtasaaiena. ft HIGHER TAX MAY BE PUT ON RANGE CATTLE IN ARIZONA u.a. nM.KKiv .it w& Minui htrTim- t - where they went to aumi n mM.r. than ever before in Arizona for pur- , " -cattlem' formed for the pur- ' poses of taxation The tax commMsion- i ''se,0 Protecting catUe in that sec- ' ers are now- considering figures they li0?1" the uepredatlons of wild anf have recened from various sources. ' m's- ,Tnej;f were about SOO cattlemen and when they sit as a board of equal- ?!lw.,Tne .V,"?1 arrangements for fxation probably will raise the valua- or!"fzfiV.?n wlU made tnis week. i tiens several dollars a head OTer last Aie,cai!le-mfn attending the meeting year. I were i,J1ted to Jln the aouthwestern ' In 1914 range cattle were assessed at , rrrr, . l" ?ecure me oenents H4 a head and beef cattle at ,?. At their annual meeting the county as sessors agreed to raise range stock to 525. According to tax commissioner Thomas E. Campbell, range cattle In northern Arizona are bringing $32 a head, therefore he thinks an assessed aluation of $2 or $27 would not be too high. MESCALER0 INDIAN AGENCY GETS 1200 HEAD OF HEIFERS N regarding running down and prosecu- . wi uiiiie uueves. ALAM0GORD0 MAN BUYS ' 50 COWS AT CL0UDCR0FT Alamogordo. X iL. Slay 2S George Reeves has bought of James Painter of Cloudcroft. 0 head of high grade cows, for which he paid JSO around. This is the record price paid for range cattle in Otero county These cows will be put on pasture over near Pinoo. until Mr. Reetes bus another ranch. He sold h. xauvuva in me aan Anoreas moun- mtS5 heifers exPt tTSZ Sthi'SSiS,0 STLS", W rive here w.t, fm Ti.Jir tnr th put has decided now to go into business ,:jct-j-J . THIS IS THE TRADE MARK OT EVERT BOX OF GENUINE TEETHINA BFCSSUC ByAU. 1 rive here soon from Deliver for the MescaJero Indian reservation. The cat tle will be pastured near Elk and were purchased by 'the government Indian agency for the Indians. R. O Palmer, of Clayton. X M.. has bought and shipped two cars of cattle from here. He bought them from W L. Ritch and Mark Hunter and savs they were the finest bunch of range. came ae nas oougni mis year. J. C Hext, of Engle, N. M. was here recently on cattle business and is ex pected to purchase a number of head of cattle on the range near here. PECOS CATTLEMEN MAKE SEVERAL GOOD SHIPMENTS Pecos, Tex. May 25 Oval Keen has shipped 15 carloads of cows and calves to Portales, N M, the shipment going over the Santa Fe. This is the bunch ef cattle Keen has had on pasture near Pecos. , Two carloads of goats have been shipped from Toyahvale by Will Crow to the Fort Worth market. Cattle shipments during the past week through Pecos included 10 car loads from Carlsbad to Van Horn, shipped by W. L. Come, and IS cars shipped by A. G Bogusch from Alla more to Lamar, Colo. ' C J. Hatfctt BiSbm Ca. ' sPnn Snebem 'incftctibaxfor I Chdlif3rbcs,CbolenilEfataa.Wo7ics.H3Ta, DvMStoT.Coeslirwtico and ctfaer flmntK tfc&t I Kttke baby soger domic tae tcttuw penoo. Look for tfc. Trad. Mark. BoH tr 11 ro- S1HS SUC. rritjw .!. . ...w . -- - C. J. Monttt ffiedione to., it. I The Daily Novelette SIX FOR HOURS. . Lctu,Md. I vill prevent the little illness of today from becoming the big sickness of tomorrow and after. For troubles of the digestive organs you can rely on PELS SoU Txrliere. la boxes. 10c 25c i again. He lues in Alamogordo HEREFORD MAN TPTc. 7nn ' YEARLINGS FROM FT. SUMNER Hereford, Tex, May 23 O G Hill has received 700 yearlings which he purchased around Fort Sumner, Tex Shipments of cattle to Oklahoma points are being made from Hereford and points near, all of the shipments being Herefords and among the ship ments some pure bred Hereford bulls. I roRTvt.ns vvllei iions top THE FORT WORTH MARKET. Portales, N M May 25. Portales valley hogs topped the Ft. Worth mar ket recently. They were owned by J B Priddy and included SI head of fat hogs which were shipped to Fort worth and averaged 22S each. The Priddy farm, where the hogs were raised, is located a mile southeast of town and is one of the finest hog farms in iew Mexico. There are now 210 head Qf porkers on the Priddy place and the owner says hog raising is the best Investment the farmers of this valley can make. BRIGAND PERKINS laughed hoarsely. At last he had the great detec tive, who far the past five years had made his life a torment, in his clutches! Half an hour before, he had discovered the great detective hiding behind a per simmon tree ten jards from the brigand's camp fire. "Dog, listen to your doom!" hissed the brigand chief. "It is now S oclock by yonder tower clock. At the fatal siroKe oi 13 minutes after 7. my men , will boil you for three hoars in linseed oil, and if by that time you are not I dead, they will try olive; oil. And, un- j til tho fatal stroke, you will be tied to that persimmon tree by a rope a mile long, so that you may run in craven j fear in your pitiful efforts to escape. ! only to be brought up short at the end of a mile." ' The brigands with horrid cries, tied one end of the great rope about the great detective's waist, and the other end about the persimmon tree. Then the brigands, including the chief, all lay down and took a nap so they would be fresh and merry for the sport at the stroke of IS after 11. But they had reckoned without the great detective's eagle eye. which had figured that yon der clock tower was three feet inside the mile limit Running rapidly to the towe-. he climbed it and stopped the clock at 6, aiuj complaining that they had never known time to piss so slowly, the great detective cuffed S. O a signals out of his pine, and In three hours, while thn tiiM.i. -. t,n ,mn, .!,.. -r-'L.'T ."" Foot Troubles Are Foolish Thousands of people who suffer Intense torture from sore feet will welcome the Information that a 1Jck; e3sy' Powtive remedy Is now obtainable Two spoonfuls of Cal odde compound In warm foot bath: soak the feet In this fifteen minutes, gently rubbine- sore rart-" Bii is instant for tired, aching, burning and sweaty feet; corns and callouses i can be oeeled rie-ht nit r.Qi-i- penetrates and removes the cause. Get a twenty-fiTe cent package of Calocide from any drug store and end foot torture Prepared by Medi cal Formula, Dayton, O Adv CANDY SALE 07 OUR CHEWEY CUBLES HIDE OK CVRAMEL XTt MARSHM VLLOW 20C THE IlB. WEDNESDAY ONLY still impatiently watching the clock. T3J , JJT & -&L, relief arrived from Scotland Yard and ''ffiTlS' J7 J?f tho entire gang was taken prisoner. "ff j& JZ jr The home valleys united can whip " , the world MESA AVEXUB ASD TEXAS STREET Tomorrow 9 Wednesday, Is Stamp With Special Attractions From Every Section of the Store fi?&C Green Trading Stamps Free With a Dollar Purchase Alt Day Tomorrow, Wednesday, Red Letter Stamp Day, If You Start a New Stamp Book iif&C Trading Stamps Free Without Making Any Purchases, If You Start a New Stamp Book Tomorrow Suit Clearing! Get your pick of the Fine Tailored Suits Values up to $69.50 Choice at $19.75 Values up to $35.00 Choice at 13.75 Blouses 95c Practical summer blouses in high rfnd low neck effects. Dainty new styles of voile, pongee, soisette, etc, offer unusual values np at yoc Third Floor , $1.25 Suit Cases 95c 24 in. light weight composition suit cases, fibre finish protects them from scratching. Good $1.25 values QP Special ... . tOC " V- -Second Floor- Basement Store 72x00 Sheet, value usually SOe, special 3 Sheets for $1.00 PlHow Cases to match above skeets, 43x36, $1.00 Per Dozen 19c Muslin, yd. wide, bleached and half bleached, '7lUrt per yard '2C 'White handkerchiefs, usually 25c per dozen, Special 1ft per dozen . . i V ' Full lb. can 15c Talcum Powder ... .5c 10c Fly Swatters 5c Z&C Trading Stamps Free to Everyone Who Visits the Premium Parlor on Red Letter Stamp Day No Purchases Are Necessary J Special , Wash Goods Values 25c Voiles, per yd.. . . .19 25c Flaxons, per yd.". . jLS( 15c Organdies, per yd. .10d 40 in. seed voiles, per yd 35 15c Stirling, per yd. . .10i 25c Tissues, per yd. . . .15d 50c Voiles, per yd. . . 39 40 in. sheer voiles, yard 25 J Special Silk Values 75c Imp. PoBgee, yd. . .39 $1.25 Crepe de Chine 79 $J.7p Gepe de Chine $1.29 $Z25 Crepe de Chine 1.49 $2.00 Crepe Meteor ?1.39 $1.25 Taffe'ta. 95 $1.00 Sac, Popfca....59e $1.50 Black Taffeta $1.00 fature's Roof Garden Playground of the Southwest Season Opens Tuesday, June 1st r ! Spend Your Vacation Close To Nature Low Excursion Fares from ail con necting line points Beginning June 1st sea son tickets on sale daily, $5.00 Week-end tickets, good going Saturday and Sunday, returning Sun day night or Monday, $3.50 DAILY TRAIN SERyiCE JUNE 1st (BXCErX SITND VV$ I.v. Union S(a. 7 O ajn. Ar. Cloudcroft 12:30 pjit. I.V. Glondcroft 2:15 p.m. At. EI Pao 7:20 p.m. (SDiDW O.NLY) Lv. Union Stn. 7:30 a.m. Ar. Cloudcroft 12:30 p.m. I.v. Cloudcroft 6:30 pan. Ar. EI Paao 11:30 pan. "The Lodge," Cloudcwft's $100,000.00 Hotel Modem k every respect Steam heat, electric Bghts. bath and telephones. Under management of M. B. Hutchws, fonaerly manager Hutchks Hotel. San Antonio. Plenty of Amusement Golf. Musk. Bowling, Dancing. Beautiful Drives and Hoseback trips, all above the clouds. Baby, Sanitarium vitli modem up-to-date Hospital accommodations. Managed this season by Misses Dietrich and Green of St. Mark's Hospital. Ask any El Paso physician about Cloudcroft for babies and children. Health and Recreqlibn Pure, bakny air. pure spring water, perfect drainage and altitude has made Cloudcroft the premier resort of the Southwest. 1 Patronize El Paso's Own Summer Resort Positively more beautiful than ever. GARNETTK1NG General Passenger Agent Mfifteltf Suggestions for Interior Decorations I:hjp3 it will help jou plan your home. LITHOGRAPHED Df MANY COLOR?. TTJTTLE PAINT & GLASS CO. Phones Nos. 205 and 206. 21 0-2 1 2 N. Stanton Sl a w TENNIS A COMPLETE LINE AT THE RIGHT PRICES. SEE OUR LINE BEFORE YOU BUY. GOODS ' THE RIGHT PRICE SFORE YOU BUY. Shelton-Payne Arms Co. 301 S. El Paso St. Herald "Want Ads for results. Herald "Want Ads.f or results.