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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 28 October 1905

u Volume i. No. i. TUCUHCARl, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY. OCT. 28, 1905. Subscription $1.50 a year. INSTALLING AN "AIR. LIFT PVMP" The Tucumcari Wool Scouring Company Trying to Over come Sand Inflow. ROCK ISLAND MAY USE IT The Tucumrari Wool Scouring Com pany, at their wool scouring plant, have just installed an "air lift" pumping outfit. While there is an abundant supply of water underlying the Tumimcnri district, and water of a most excellent quality, many of the wells find ureal difficulty from the inflow of fine sand. The wool cani pany have apparently solved the problem, and are successfully raising w a t e r from their well without any trouble from the sand feature. The apparatus consists of an air c o m pressor, furnishing air at a prussue of about go pninds, which is carried to the bottom of the well .casin and escapes near the extreme bottom through a number of small openings which point upward. The press ure, and volume, of the supply of compress ed air carries the water and san...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 28 October 1905

STYLES OF THE DAY. MODES AND FABRICS NOW IN GENERAL FAVOR. Pretty Cloth Waist of Light Weight Green Linen Frock For Outing Wear Hats to Be Worn by Child ren Velvet Suit Still a Favorite. Pretty Cloth Waist. lJlouso of light wrlght cloth made with groups of plaits nnd trimmed with narrow hands and motifs oC em broidery. Tho but tons are of tho ma terial and the chemisette of lace, tho standing collar finished with a turnover of velvet, of which the girdle Is also made. The full sleeves are finished with cuffs of the mate- lal, bordered with the trimming, which flare over lace ruffles. Lavender Ball. Stalks and (lowers of tho old-time sweet herb, lavender, have been made into something very charming, by tho artistic woman of to-day. To do it, she gathers tho (lowers on stalks about ten inches long, drying I hem carefully. Thou, taking a bunch of stalks an inch In diamotor and press ing them closely together, Mio turns the flowers inward at the top, forming a ball and weaving narrow gr...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 28 October 1905

CONGRESSMAN GOULDEN U ULJ)'jjj?(g "Miofo'R a stream I know, with a babbling How, That whirls the woods away, Where tho leaves aro rod tl !'-eir autumn bed, And skies rolled their gruy. And it sings along with itf? rippling Gong, While echoes answer bnck; Uy the serried Hold and tho harvest yiohl All snug in crib and slack! In .the sunshine bright, or fho moon's sort light, J.t, laughs in rhythmic fun Would that man could see aueh philosophy In work that must be doae. I "ir (bore's wood In. 'id brigJit and the moon by night in life, for everyone There's but small alloy would the heart enjoy The starlight and the sui'l From "Down Count-y Lanes," by Byron Williams. Not a Fair Show. I was stopping Willi a farmer over night, and that evening two or three other farmers dropped in, and thero was a good deal of talk about how much grass a man could cut in a day If he went at it with proper ambition, says n writer in the Cincinnati kin quiror. Mine host didn't enter into tho conversation muc...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 28 October 1905

ii Mi tit ; L 3 -"S '-Ills '-"S -X -tS -Si -5 -"J IN CONNECTION WITH El PAS0.& Nortliedstern System Is the shortest line between HI Paso, Texas and Santa Fe, New Mexico and all points in northwestern New Mexico and N -western Colorado. v 1 Close Connection at Torrance t j si Passengers will save time and money by taking this new route, through a new country. FOR FULL PARTICULARS CALL ON YOUR LO CAL AGENT OR ADDRESS S. B. GRIMSHAW, GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT SANTA FE CENTHAL SANTA FE, N. M. S ;-5 8 --S S S -iB n kftAAAk' 0 The New York World. THR.ICE-A-WEEK EDITION. Tiiuick-a-W ki:k of the strongest columns of any and which are Read Wherever the English Lanjuae is Spoken, Tiik Thrick-a-Wkkk Would has made special arrange ments for the year 1005. Its already great news service has been extended and, as heretofore, it will report all important events promptly, accurately and impartially. An original and striking feature of tin. Would in 1005 will be its serial publication and best fic...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 28 October 1905

49 iS I RANK P. HAH MAN. IWt. W. I. MUCIIANAN. Cashier. bb t & b J ft J It i& bb f i8. f bb J I The First National Bank 49 t OF TUCUMCARI. 49 t Sj General Banking Business Transacted, TUCUMCARI, - - N. M. 49 49 4? 49 49 vvvvvvwww 1 LIVERY AID SALE STABLE. 1 STREET 8c BAKER. J: B2BE $: : Good Rigs and Good Horses, JJ Ssgfe IVams and drivers to all points in Hie countrv, " 5 J- furnished on short notice. - - E HAY AND GRAIN. Main St. Phone 42. Z FURNITURE ! CHAIRS I AND ROCKERS Our assortment is ioinpllio ;nul is sn ivph-le with everv variety il stleand beauty that we arc con fident it will outsell ail) tiling in tin- lurnitute line over brought to Ttu umrari. UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. BARNES & RANKIN, TMllMi, N. M. re.35T This space belongs to the Missouri State Life Ins. Co. S, C. Pandolfo, Agent. ?C Obiiuary. Died Mrs. (iiinlU GatleftOl, Oilober 13, I90j, aed lurty ycir. six months and ctflht days. ,'is. Jtinnita (iallexns was born Fob. 22, i'l at sM Alamos this territ...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 28 October 1905

Day of Glory Palace at Avignon, Once Home of the Popes, Now Scene of Vanished Splendor (.Special Correspondence, i At Avignon, in tlio south of France, may still bo .seen the palace In which the popes lived and ruled during what Petrarch called the "shameful exile of the church of .leans Christ," and other writers have named "tho Baby lonish captivity," In the fourteenth century. Although defaced and occu pied as a hnrrucks, the palace retains its chief architectural features, and is one of the most massive and most nearly perfect specimens of fourteenth century military architecture in exis tence to-day. Those were troublous days in which the papal court was established on the soil of I'rovence, and the palace was begun on a scale to insure great strength. It was furlhei strengthened us construction went on. until Ir was like a fortress, protected from within and without by every device then em ployed for such a purpose. Here ruled seven popes, all French, from 1 to." t 140S, in gr...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 28 October 1905

THE JOKER'S COIINEK. WITTY SALLIES TURNED OUT BY THE HUMORISTS. Mr. Jiggs Knew Worse Trials Than Stretching the Truth Misfortune, Not Affliction Another Peace Con ference of Considerable Importance. Putting a Good Face On It. Young William Makepeace Thack eray had broken his nose by jamming it carelessly against another boy's list. "Well." he said, as he looked at him self in the mirror, "I'd rather have a nose of that kind that one like .1. 1'ierpont Morgan's." At. a subsequent period, however, he avenged himself by nmking faces at the entire aggregation of English society. Serious. Mrs. Hubble "Oh. .lames, that young De Gaul has eloped with our daughter! " Mr. Bubble Well, let 'em go. He can have her." Mrs. Hubble "They went In your .automobile and " Mr. Hubble "Groat Scott! Why didn't you say so at first. Telephone to the police at once." Wouldn't Stand for It. "lleerd there wuz a big splii-up in Ebenezer church last Sunday." "Yep." " Wlui t wuz the troubk'?" "Preacher said somep...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 28 October 1905

The Tucumcari News The Tucumcari Printing Co., S. K. MAY, Prus. and Man'r. Subscription, $j.so the Year Application for transmission through U. S, Moil, as second'dass MjII Matter, nude through (lie Tucumcari post'odicci Tuciimcarii N. M. TO THE PEOPLE The Nuws is grateful to the people of Tucumcari for the liberal courtesy shown its editor since his arrival here, which was on account of sickness in his family, delay ed for more than a month; and which as consequence, delayed the launching of the paper for a like period. The enterprise is however, starting with .1 liberal patronage and we will undertake to show our appre ciation by improving the paper's service to the people as fast as we become acquaint ed with them and the facts relative to theirs and the county's wellbeing. We shall be pleased to have you come into our office aud tell us who you are, and whatever you know about the country, and its advantages and possibilities in stock, farming and business opportunities. We want...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 28 October 1905

71 Local and Personal x s A. A. Blankinship is improving his rusi riuncu. W. C. Urytlun, of Daw.'ion, was hurt! ovur Sunday. C. C. Hancock, of iJalhart, was a visisor Tuesday. This ghost walked for the school teachers last Monday. Wm. Troup is building an additon to his residence J. S. Kichniond, Trinidad, spent Sun day in Tucuincari. The school boys, the Juniors, played ball Thursday afternoon. Gross Kelly & Co. are going to ship 4,000 lambs to Jones, Mich. Joe Israel and family have raturned from Colorado Springs. Morgan & Grubbs are painting the wainscoating of their Saloon. W. I., luixworlh. of Dawson, was a guest of the Glenrock, Saturday. Rev. French will occupy the pulpit to morrow at the Methodist Church. G. E. Moore is buying the lot and build ing he is occupying on main street. J. I. Hannan, the insurance man of Albuquerque, was iu town a day or two. S. N. lirewer is taking the ranks of Knighthood in the local order of K. of I'. Judge Long, of Las Vegas, called on ...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 28 October 1905

vVater for Milk Cooling. Success in butter making depends) very Inrgeiy on tlie uniount of wntet available and its quality, both as to purity and temperature. Where mill has to be shipped to the city, or to the creamery or bottling plant, it must, immediately after being drawn, be cooled to a temperature as near fiO degrees ns possible. The fanner who has a large supply of ice will find no trouble in obtaining these results, but most farmers have no ice in sufficient quantities to enable them to cool the milk twice a day throughtout the en tire milking seaHon. In the northern climates the farmers have below them n source of water supply that is sel dom fully utilized. Twenty feet below the surface of the ground begins the zone of thermal equilibrium. Tills .one extends down to about 80 feet, in depth. This means that there is n layer of about CO feet of earth that has a uniform temperature through out the year. This temperature de creases as we go north and increases as we go south....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 28 October 1905

BEAUTIFUL BIRD IS AMERICAN. I Wood Warblers Found on No Other Continent but This. So small that the casual glance fro fluently does not reveal their presence, the greo family oC wood warblers Is almoat without exception the moat brilliantly and striking colored of our American bird Rioups. The lover of the beauties of nature will be well repaid by careful scrutiny of the little jewel-like creatures, either with Held glasses or the naked eye, for there are none of them unreasonably timid, and patience will rev rial marvels in the way of artistic color combinations. The wood warbler family Is distinct ly American. On no other contineut in the world is it represented. Somo niilP-'Wli)K'l Yellow Yellow "Warble Warblers. sixty species are included in its classi fication. Kor the most part the birda are of ridiculously inadequate propor lions to combat with the dangers of. the long biannual journey which they make in the effort to obtain the in sect food upon which they subsist. Uninforme...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 28 October 1905

1 I (6 'V . : , ' vt fflf 0. K. MEAT .MARKET. ) STREET & JONES. Fresh a$d Salt Meats, Pis Feet, Tripe, Lard, Bologna, Buticr and Eggs. FisK and Oysters m Season. Poultry. MAIM CTDCTT U- POPVLAR. 5T0R.E NEWS. Wc have just received a very neal and attrao live line of Ladies' Coats in full and three quarter lengths- exceptionally good values at S5.50, S8.00, $10.00 and S12.00. A,' -Tc Ladies' Fascinators - ask to sec them you will find that they arc just what you will want this winter and that they arc 20 per cent, cheaper than you will find them elsewhere. Shirts: When you have once tried on one ol our "Merit" shirts you will never have nn other kind, they have a fit and individuality about them that belongs expressively to the "Merit shirts. A, A, A. si COMPANY. I Top Notch Store FRUITS, CONFECTIONERIES, CIGARS AND TOBACCOS. BOOK?, HAOAZINES, DAILY PAPERS, NOTIONS, ETC. &s 4 I'WNUY (J ROOIOKI I0H fien. Mff.ragar, Prnp ft Additional Local. Tin' Telephone Kxi'lunge has moved fr...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 28 October 1905

5 EL PASO R.OVTE fexas and Pacific Railway WE RUN EAST WE RUN The Night Express leaves El Paso daily at 6:50 p. m. Mountain Time, solid vestibuled train through to New Orleans, Shreveport and St. Louis, without change. Carries through sleepers Los Angeles to St. Louis, Shreveport, New Orleans and intermediate points. Direct connections made for all points North, East and Southeast. Ask your local agent for sched ules, rates and other information, or address R. W. CURTIS., Southwestern asscngcr Agent, EL PASO, TEXAS. L. G. LEONARD, Traveling Passenger Agent, EL PASO, TEXAS. E. P. TURNER, Gen. Passenger and Ticket Agent, DALLAS, TEXAS. NO TROUBLE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS THE TVCUMCARJ NEWS. 16 PAGES. B3EBiglirrMiM $1.50 m THE YEAR. Splendidly Equipped JOB Off CE In Connection. PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS FOR. PRINTING. Commercial Stationery a. Specialty. RUSH ORDERS RUSHED A ('iim.n(I Toiikim'. Years ago a prominent, cltl.en of Chi cago, who at that time was president of one of it...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 28 October 1905

Quiet Ending of Two Domestic Spats Huabandn Worry Loss Than Wivoft Over Disturbances Thnt Seem Bound to Occur in the Jour noy Through Life. " 'Mvn havo dk'il ami the worms linvu eaten them,"' uoted the girl who knows, 'but not Tor love.' Just, listen to this. I went to call on .Martha the other day. She was telling mo how she ami Jack had quarreled. Had quarreled so bitterly that at last with tears she got up, put on her hat and left him forever. "It was daik in the street. Tht? street lamps appeared to make It darker. She walked a !!' tie way, then half turned. She walked a little further, then turned alto gether. Not straight back, but toward the butcher shop. "Mack and 1 had chops this morn ing. she soliloquized, M think I will order steak for tomorrow.' "She did so and went, back home." ' What was the husband doing? Had he gone out and made away with him self? No, indeed. He was Kitting quietly at the table where she had left him. reading his newspaper." "That's nothing," put in...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 28 October 1905

'n Cause of Failure in poultry RaiGing. The man that generally fails in poultry raising is the novice, who be gins tho raising of poultry on account of tho glowing accounts lie has soon of tho case with which it is done, and tho enormous profits to he made. Millions of men have figured them solves rich on chickens. II. merely requires a knowledge ot tho science of numbers. If a hen lays a hundred eggs a year and fifty of the chickens are pullets, and they in turn lay a hundred eggs a year, it takes but a little while to figure out. enormous returns from a small investment. Tho unfortunate thing about tho problem la that things do not work out in practice as they do on paper. With the beginner in poultry raising Ignor anco Is tl.d first obstacle, but with many It proves to be so large an ob stacle that the attempt to raise poul try is not continued. To successfully raise poultry requires a largo amount of knowledge, which must be acquired partly by experience. Julia Smith, Cook Co., ...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 28 October 1905

The M B. Goidenbero Co, (INCORPORATED.) vKfchflfeHcb UntlorcO Clothes dfy Do your trading a.t re "Big Store with the Little IVices." The M. B. Goldenberg Co. Off o o o o WW W. B. Your Patronage Solicited Main Street ROCK ISLAND EATING HOUSE Dining HaJl and LuncK Counter. Oysters i"d Fish in season. T. McDEIVMOTT, Prop. R. P. DONOlIOO. Mtfr Carry a Complete Line ol Dry Goods, Notions, Gents' Furnishings, Shoes, Robbers, Boots, Clothing, Hats. Caps, Hardware, Saddlery, Harness, Quecnsware, Glassware, Carpets, Linoleums, STAI'l.K ANH i:XCV -c; KO CIO K 11CS, FLOUR AND FEED STUPf. The largest and best assort ment of any firm in this section of the Territory. We refund you your money, if our jjoods do not prove satisfactory, and it will therefore be to your inter est to sec us before purchasing elsewhere. This week wc will present ab solutely gratis a. useful house hold article to any lady calling at our store. We will also give to all school children up to 10 years of ac, a. heavy duck ...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 4 November 1905

ffhe ffueumeari slews Volume i. No. i. TUCUHCARI, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY. NOV. 1905. Subscription $1.50 a year. HOCK ISLAND OFFICIALS HERE Had Been Over the Line to Dawson on Tour of In spection. STAYED HERE OVER. NIGHT Gonorel Manager H. L. Simmons pri valu car, l'aso del Norte, came in f r o in Dawson Tuesday evening and stayed over here until Wednesday morning. The party aboard were Dr. James Douglas, President of the road and Miss Douglas, his daugh ter; II. L. Simmons, the General Manager, Mr. Dodge; General Auditor Crane a n d Mrs. Crane; J. L. Campbell, Engineer of M. of W., ami his assistant, II. S. Krvay, and others whose names we did not get In interview with a member of the party we were told that the object of the trip was the inspection of the work being done along the line and at Dawson, and that the lay-over here was for the benefit of some of the party who had not yet seen t h e nrooertv of the company at this place. As to divisions and soforth for Tucumcari, there was...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 4 November 1905

THE TUCUMCA.1M NEWS TUCUMCAUl NEW MEXICO. The now $20 sold certificate is said to bo extremely hard to counterfeit. Unfortunately li i.s also hard to get. Of course M. Witte's courtesy to his Jewish visitors was not tempered by the fact that most of them were hank ers. Philadelphia may vote Its dead men, but there is ample evidence that it does not put them on its baseball teams. The harvard professor's discovery puts one vexed question forever at rest. The moon Is not made of croon cheese. Walt till the football hero comes on the scene and then see how much ice the star pitcher and the ring "athlete" will cut. Small waists, according to the fash Ion authorities, are to be "the rage." Plump sister, lace up with the fashion authorities. Professors may require measure ments to determine who is beautiful, but most people can do the measuring with their eyes. Astronomers all agree that the moon has become thoroughly dried since it was scooped out of the place where the Pacific ocean now...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 4 November 1905

1 vjr? (Copyright, 1905, by Tho applo of the Widow Stubb's eye was her boy Sum, a lean, freckled youngster. Perceiving this, Peter Blowsy and Silas Bliggs, captain and mate, respectively, of tho "Salmouth Siron," vied with 011H1 other iu making much of him. Over tho bur of her tuv crn, "Tho jUarinors' Kest," the widow remarked to the two that she was wor ried about Sam's health, whereupon tho captain responded quickly that It vvns a shamo to see such a bright, handsomo faco looking so peakish. Tho mate, outdone, energetically nod ded his sympathy with this view. The captain, following up his advantage, recommended a certain tonic. Then the mate was seized by a great idea. "What this dear little feller needs is an ocean trip!" ho said, impressive ly. "I'll take him on our next un', Captain Blowsy willin', and I'll give him a father's care and bring him back with roses in his cheeks!" "Delighted tor hev him!" the cap lain immediately responded, slapping his kneo to show his appreciati...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 4 November 1905

to He Mil ft Central By. KM IN CONNECTION WITH El Paso & Northeastern System Is the shortest line between li Paso, Texas and Santa Fe, New Mexico and all points in northwestern New Mexico and N -western Colorado. 1 "s if Close Connection at Torrance v v Passengers will save time and money by taking this new route, through a new country. FOR FULL PARTICULARS CALL ON YOUR LO CAL A'GENT OR ADDRESS S. B. GRIMSHAW, GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT SANTA FE CENTRAL SANTA FE, N. W. 9) The New York World. THR.ICE-A-WEEK EDITION. Read Wherever the English Lanjjuajje is Spoken. Tin; Thrick-a-Wkkk Woui.M has made special arrange ments for the year 11)05. Its already great news service has been extended and, as heretofore, it will report all important events promptly, accurately and impartially. An original and striking feature of the TiiuKM'.-A-Wi'.rK World in 1005 will be its serial publication of the strongest and best fiction that has ever appeared in the columns ol any newspaper. The novels alr...

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