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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 16 December 1905

DELINQUENT TAX LIST Oi'av CiiUN i'V, Nkw M kxico And Notice ol Application lor J iirirmnl and Salt- Under I ndumcnl, lor the Years 1003 and iuo.. In accordance with Chapter Twenly-two o! the Laws ol the Thirl) -third Legislative Assembly l tlit! Territory ol New Mexico and amendments thereto, I, I oiialil Slew art, Treasurer and cx-ollicio Collector ol the County nl ,Juay, in the Teirnory ol Now Mexico, do hereby make, certify and pulilisli tlit: following notice and list ol taxes amounting to nut less tlian S.s.". payalile in said ('oimty, and delinquent on the first day ol I leccinber, 1904, and tlit! first day ol June, 1005, the same being herealler sot lord) by precincts, and con mining tliu names ol all owners ol property upon which taxes have become delinquent, the year or years lor which the same are delinquent, the amount of taxus, the pen alties and costs, tlit; description ol the property whereon the same art! due, the amount of taxes il any due on personal properly ol suc...

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. — 16 December 1905

The Tucumcari News PuMished Saturdays By S. R. May at Tueumrnri, New Mexico. Official Paper, Quay County. Subscription, Ss.ro the Year Appliejtiim for trjnsmiviiou llirMiKli U. S. Mti. js swond-clas Mjil Mjttcr. nude Hiiiii;Ii tlic Tiicmncari post-oldcc, Tiicumc.iri, N. M. Wanted: Kverybody to work for "Client m- Tiiciimrari." Clet together and pull. Semi the Tnenmrnri Nws to the folks back home, it will save you writing to them about the resources of the yrcat Southwest. The report ol the auditor of the post office department made to the seeretery of the treasury and to the postmaster general lor the fiscal year ending Juno .joth, 1905, ivus Tucumcari prominence as follows: Gross receipts, S-'.i q. salary $1,200, special service $1.5.'; clerk hire, rent etc., Not so bad, $1. 015,30 to the Mood, eh, Mm. Carter. Dispatches of the uth state that Patrick F. Garrett, Collector of the l'ort of Cus toms at Kl Paso, is to be succeeded by Sharpe, a member of the Texas Legisla ture from the ...

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. — 16 December 1905

I 3 t Local and Personal ! m s p T. W. I'lelcher, I a wson, spent ;i 1 1 . t in the city. I'. . Julius is luiililiiii; ;i residence on Ilis ranch west of town. U. W. Snyili'r ami Wm. I'ennock, or ('laylon, worn here a few days this week. I )nrnten (Jarcia, a sheepman of (,)uay, was in Turinm ari Wednesday, trndinj,'. (?h:irles Kolui, nl the linn ol Kohn Urns , Monioya, was a lm mes visitor 'Tuesday. S. (!. I hick, I he sheepman nf San on, loaded oul ranch .applies Wednesday. Juan lliuojn,, lather ol our lollowtowns inan, u;in llinojos, died at I'uerlude Luna hint week. Tiiciiiih .iri is e pert inn ''onie revelations in the railroad line ahoni the first ol the year. Moltpiindus Ahcvln, sliei!)inan Ironi ( jo Del Llano, bought raneh supplies lien; Wednesday . lieltjn over on the Santa Ko Cut-nil is said to bu on a bn mi New Mexico towns are generally pro .pcruiiH. KoK SALIC OK' TKAPK A e, o n d blooded Jack. For particulars apply to Fred Wnlther, Puerto, N. M. K. L. Hunter, Chief Cler...

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. — 16 December 1905

Hill, I larrison, lots o ami in, block .51, Tueuincari townsite, taxes 1003, J.i 51), pmialty nS, costs 35, total 1 in. llartnian, Clarence, lots 3 ami .j, block ai, Russell's addition to Tueuincari, taxes 190., 51 S , penally o), costs 35, total, 2 27. Hancock, J. T., lots 15 and in, block 11, Daub's first addition to Tucumcari, taxes iyo.j, S 77, penalty ft.j, costs 35, total 13 7ft. Ilittson, W J, Lot 20, block Tucum cari Townsite and Lot 7, block 7, Russell Addition to Tucumcari. Taxes mkm S15 .011 Penalty 75, Costs 35, Total Jift. m Per sonal property. Taxes Su 57 Penalty ', Costs 35 Total $7. 25. Hunter Luke, Lot , Mlock 2G, Tucumcari Townsite Taxes hjim $ 75 Penally ly Costs 35, Total iij. Ihinter W C, Lot 7, Hlock aft, Tiieuin oari Townsite Taxes 1003 $.75 Penalty .o.j Costs .35 Toial Si i.. Hunter, J 1 1, lots 3, and 4, block 2G, Tucnmc'iri townsite, taxes njoj, $3.00, penalty 15, costs 35, total 3 "50. Jackson, W A, lot 8. block .j. Tucumcari townsite, taxes iyoj, $10 50, ...

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. — 16 December 1905

I I 4 i Tfie Delinquent lax list. (Continued from page i, ) j .1-1, total M7. Mu4, sctL y, lvp 1 111 iho acres, taxes 'o. , 5 V, K'ii!ilty .27, coals .35, total fi.urt. Sw.j ne.j, Ke.4 iiv.,:mcl lota 3 and 4, sec i.twpnn, nn, i;S.'v2 jfeivs, taxes '03, .( . 71, 'o, 5.3.); j y unity .50, costs .35, total 10.01. Nw.j nw.j, sec i.S, Iwp 1 in, rHi, .jn. acres, taxes '03, t.do, pennllv .oG, costs .35, total i,Ci. N2 nw.j, sw.j.'n'w.j, Sec 15, Iwp. 11 ni r35(' 120 acres, taxes '03, 310, penalty .rX, costs ,35, total .j.13 Nw 8e, lie.) SW, S2 SW., Sec, 1 7 , . L w.jj. 1 1 n , 13 Gui dp ac r i.s , la x us,, '03, ..Si, '04, 5.3A, pt-naity . fs 1 , costs .35, 'total 11.03. Nw., sec 21S, twp ion, i'J7 100 acres., taxes '03, .Xi, ponalty .24, costs .35, total 5..o. Se.j nw.4, S2 i)w., lot ., ..sec ., Iwp ion, r2oe, t'f)o : teres, taxes '03, ..8i, penalty .2.) , costs .35, total 5.0. Sw.j net, sec 2S, Iwp ion, i'53e, 40 acres, taxes '03, 1.2b, punalty .06, costs .35, total 1.61. IC2 ne.j, sec 32...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 16 December 1905

TUiiClior ituil II In I'lpt. Cromwell's Ironsides wore smokers, and largo numbers of pipes have boon dug tit I'mhu the sites of W illiam UL's camps. The v irs of tho eighteenth century found tobacco esteemed la all armies, and Wellington was the only general who objected to It. IOven ho was moved to admiration by the uu conscioua heroism of Illuehnr'a pipe servant at Waterloo. Everywhere ho went I'ducher was attonded by Chris tian llenneman, a hussar, carrying clay pipes and tobacco for the gener al's refreshment. As his share of the light began at Waterloo. Wuohor sat his charger gravely pulling away, llo had reached out his hand to take a re filled pipe when a cannon ball plowed up the ground beforo him. He ex claimed: "Cot a fresh pipe for mel I'm going to drive those rascally Frenchmen back!" It was evening be fore he returned, riding with Welling ton over the stricken Hold. Where ho had left him Hluchor found llenne man, wounded and bleeding, but with the pipe ready according t...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 16 December 1905

59 -.0 f r T J rHA r. IIAK NAN, I r'K I W. K BUCHANAN. r.M.Srr. 4? 4? 4V 49 4? 49 49 ? 3V 4.' I 8V f IV The First National Bank OF TUCUMCARI. General Banking Business Transacted, TUCIWK'.ANI, - - n. M. hb hb hb hb Kb b . K h hb b f hb i hb X hb ' -,,TTrTrTTrT?tHm , i LIVERY AND SALE STAB1F. I 5 STREET 8c BAKER. C26 V Good Rigs and Good Horses, A.. Hsasa- Teams and drivers to all points in the country, furnislu'd on short notice. ii a ' avh r.k.iv m ; y m n i itii i iiviiii. ti till ii vit. 1 I MM IV: t-. te IT11BE ( u r assortment is complete and is so replete with even variety ul stvleand hciutv that we an- con ridi'Mt it will outsell an) tiling in tin linniluie line iivcr brought In Tin itmruri. UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. BARNES & RANKIN, Tucunicari, N. M. 777777777777777 High '77777777777777 K I '"or the iii-Nt io ilavs I will ofli-i lor salt- filtivn lurid ol lull K hlood ll.tvloid I'.ulls 5 to 7 months old. I'rirr ,ht h. ad S.oo Also 511 head ol high lu-ffl lull hlood I Iri...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 16 December 1905

A. T KLEAN OOL OiVITORTABLE Coney Island I Bar id (fife Treatment Good, Good Wines, Liquors andQgars, JAMES LANIGAN, Proprietor & SMEAD'S Restaurant and Bakery. We soliril a share of your patronage. REGULAR MEALS, - 25 CENTS. h The lu-st of everything the market nlfottls. J FULL LINK OF URKAI), 1M ICS AND CAKI-.S. B FRESH OYSTERS IN SEASON. I'hcmc 31. r7k' 'i 'A 3 ? 4? 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 White Elephant Saloon. 2 Kentucky Whiskies, TRY THEM. I I J wr'WO'O'Crcc c i r c- n ri i (- cy rv cv o rv- ,-r - A. B. DAVBER, WW Meat VV. B. JAKKKLL, Manager Dealers in all kinds of Meat, e. Your Patronage Solicited There was n parly of about thirty pun- pie, prospeetive settlers, camu in tins week from Oklahoma, Indian i triitory and other sections of tins country to look at Onay ('fninty lands. The editor of this pa pur has mot and talked with many ol tlulm and they have without exception ev- pressed themselves much pleased with the country. Anion the numlier calling on the News, were...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 23 December 1905

Jlews Volume i. No. 9. TUCUriCARI, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY. DEC. 23, 1905. Subscription $1.50 a year. TAKE YOVR CHOICE Some Good Thought A! on' Edu cational rmes The laws of New Mexico in regard to education are such that the responsibility for schools rests wholly with thu local community. LCach district can have just thu kind of schools and the amount of them that the people wish. They can haves these on exactly the saints tonus they can get anything else ly paying for them. If they do not want to pay for them, they can do as they would do about anything else do without them. The Territory levies for educational pur poses .1 general lax of two mills, which is paid into the school fund of the county in which it is collected. Hoyond this, the people of any district, !y an allirmative vote, can levy ,1 tax as high as ten mills for educa tional purposes. The doing of this rests primarily wilhtl'u hoard of directors. We have a stringent poll tax law that appears to me to be easy of enforc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 23 December 1905

KEEP A.O0IN1 MM e: If .fcy.. 1 1 miii i i 111, i m i 1 1 i H MmuwViin i 0''"fi''fc ( 0. K. MEAT MARKET. STREET & JONES. Fresh aid Salt Meats, Pis Feet, Tripe, Lard, ol ogna, Butter and Eggs. FisK aid Oysters ii Season. Poultry. MAiN STREET. PHONE 34. WE MEET TRAINS AND TAKE CARE OF YOUR BAGGAGE. ': I The Glenrock Hotel J. d. HARRISON. ! Opposite Rock Island Depot Tucumcri, THE ONLY FIRST CLASS HOTEL IN THE CITY. ...... JACKSON-GALBRAITH-fOXWORTK CO. " (Incorporated January 1 st i.(n ) WINDOW GLASS A SPECIALTY- ALL SIZKS Doors, Sash, Moulding Finishing, Lie, Cement Etc. Vuiir patronage is appreciated CALL and GET PRICES - - Tucumcari, N. M 4? Top Notch Store FRUITS, CONLT-CTIONERIES, CIGARS AND TOBACCOS. HOOKS, HAGAZINIES, DAILY PAPERS, NOTIONS, ETC. ?c ?C A,' KAXPY ( J 1 v Of1 10 KM I0W Cco. McCtir$ar Prop: PROPRIETOR - ' RtYfcs Reasonable New Mexico. II you strike .1 thorn or rose Keep .fRoln'! If it hails or if it snow, Koop n-gohVI Taint no use to sit an' whin. When the fisli...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 23 December 1905

1 1 DELINQUENT TAX LIST Quay Cowntv, Nkw Munich And Notice of Application for Judtfumnt and Sale Under Judgment, for the Years 1003 and 1 004. In accordance with Chapter Twenty-two of thu Laws of tins Thirty-third Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Now Mexico and amendments thereto, I, Donald Slew art, Treasurer and ex-ollicio Collector of the County of Cjuay, in the Territory of New Mexico, do hereby make, certify and publish the following notice and list of taxes amounting to not less than $25.00, payable in said County, and delinquent on the first day of December, kjo., and the first day of June, 1005, the same being hereafter set forth by precincts, and con taining the names of all owners ol properly upon which taxes have become delinquent, the year or jears lor which the same ate delinquent, the amount of taxes, the pen alties and costs, the description of the property wheieon the same are due, the amount of taxes il any due on personal property ol such party. This list a...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 23 December 1905

The Tucumcari News Published Saturdays By S, R, May at Ttuunuun, New Mi'suo. ,., ., .1 !!,. II. S. Al- twMWU4' MH)Ul . ii. ... - H - orney for the ilistrict of Now Mexico. 9 TflCLimCafJ leiepilOnC LXCIlcUlgC out in an interview in a Washington I!"'1 in whicli he declares beyond peradvonluiv that tin; seat of Dolouale W. II. Andrews, in the national house 01 replevin - Official Paper, Quay (ounty. Subscription, $i.5 the Year Application lor transmission lliroiifilt U. S. Mail, as setond'claH Mail Mailer, made itirtMif.lt llic liicumcari post'ollicc. Tucumcari, N. M. Merry Christmasl Cut ready to write it mod. Tlie Tucumcari News wishes you a Mor ry Christmas and a Happy New Year. A Christmas tide never found the Amer ican more contented, prosperous and happy tlimi iliiu nin It is a vear of peace and plenty; what more could we ask. Vol. i, No. .j . of the New Mexico Jour nal of Education has been received at this officii, and we iind it lull of terse comment and useful information alo...

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. — 23 December 1905

S "3 "3 "3 -3 --3 3 3 -3 -2 -3 -3 -3 -3 -3 3 -3 -3 -3 -3 -a -a v s m Local and Fei-sonal t 5 -3333333333333333333 333 Luciano Garci, i is building a porch to liis residence. Mrs. W. II. I 'ally was reported sicl a day or Iwo this week. Harry Noal is hero tliis week from Texi co visiting his f'unily. Thomas Rovora has contracted to teach a school at I'ajarita. Mr. Whilinore came in on .y yesterday from a trip down the road. Morgan & Grubbs are building resi dences on their homesteads east ol town. N. V. Gallegos and wile left Monday to spend the holidays with relatives at Las Vegas. A. J. Loomis of Santa Fo, the Internal Revenue Collector, was here Monday and Tuesday? Christmas floods combining usefulness with beauty is the order of the day at the Goldenborg Store There will be a (lance at the Court House Monday night. We are informed that everybody is invited. The Jackson-Galbraith-Foxworth Co. have shipped Christmas trees this week to Stratford and Texieo. Mrs. Campbell, wife o...

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. — 23 December 1905

Hill, Harrison, lots y ami 10, block 31, Tucumeari townsite, taxes 1903, $1 50, penalty oS, costs 35, total 1 93. Hartman, Clarence, lots 3 and .j, block 21, Russell's addition to Tucumeari, taxes 190.1, Si S3, penalty oy, costs 35, total, - Hancock, J. T., lots 15 and iG, block it, Daub's first addition to Tucumeari, taxes 1 90.1. $12 77, penalty G4, costs 35, total 13 "(. Hittson, V J, Lot jo, block 34, Tucum eari Townsite and Lot 7, block 7, Russell Addition to Tucumeari. Taxes 1904 S15 .of) Penalty 75, Costs 35, Total SiG. H Per sonal property. Taxes SO 57 Penalty t Costs 35 Total $7--5- Hunter Luke, LotO, Hlock 2G, Tucumeari Townsite Taxes 1903 S3 75 Penalty 19 Costa 35, Total $4.29. Hunter W C, Lot 7, lilock 2G, Tucum oari Townsite Taxes 1903 5. 75 Penalty .04 Costs .35 Total Si 14. Hunter, J II. lots 3, and 4, block 2G, Tucumeari townsite, taxes 1903, S3. 00, penalty 15, costs 35, total 3 50. Jackson, W A, lot ,s, block 4, Tucumeari townsite, taxes 1903, S10 5, penally 53, co...

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. — 23 December 1905

The Delinquent Tax List. (Continued from page r.. ) . total 3.17. NY., sit. c), iwp 1111, n.io, ifo acrus, taxes 'o., 5.36, penally .27, costs .35, total 5.98. S nt4, se.. nv.j,and lots 3 and 4, sue i,tvpnn, r35n, 15S. 62 acres, taxes '03, .j.76, 'o.., 5.30, penalty .50, costs .35, total 10. ui. Ni nw., si-c 18, twp 1111, rdc, 40 acres, taxe., '03, 1.20, penalty .of), costs .35, total i, 61. " N2 nw.j, sw.j inv4, sec 15, Iwp 11 n r35(, 120 acres, taxes '03, 3. Ho, penalty .rS, costs ,35, total 4.13. Nw.j. si'. , swu, S2 sv.), sec 17, twp 1111, r3Ge, 160 acres, taxes '03, 4.81, 'o, T.3f, penalty .51, costs .35, total 11.03. Nw., sec 28, twp ion, r2e, ifio acres, taxes '03, ..8i, penalty .24, costs .35, total 5. .jo. Sua. 11W4, S2 nw., lot 4, sec., twp ion, r2oe, 160 acres, taxes '03, 4.81, penalty .2., costs .35, total 5.40. Sw. no., sec 28, twp ion, 1530, 40 acres, taxes '03, 1.20, penalty .06, costs .35, total t.Gi. JC2 1104, sec 32, twp ion, 1330, 80 acres, taxes '03, 2.40 penalty...

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. — 23 December 1905

Willi IIIh ITnHo. .Towolor How lone hnvo you carried thi.s watch? Customer (more or less run down at tlio hod) Wol). I've had It live nr hI years, but I haven't car ried it much. It lwiK m-nor.illy boon in tho-- or keeping of a rclulivo. "!hlon no Tribune 'l'f(iiiNlatl In lo Vernneiiliir. "CaiVa" .loLham Slow had strong ob ject ioiw to what ho called "the now tninistur's high talk." Since his set tlement ovor the Clamtown parish Cap'n .lutham had lieen heard to say that "church was for thorn that needed it," and his conduct seemed to imply that he was not of that number. Cap'n Jotham's own language was of a primitive and unadorned variety, and nothing pleased him more than a chance to translate the minister's re marks to C'np'n Wilson l'ui. tho best Clamtown story teller. Cap'n I'ogif was deaf, and the minister's voice of ten failed to reach him. One night at a neighborhood gather ing Cap'n l'egg In the course of a vivid narrative had reform! to "tho big tire." "Was It tho consensus...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 23 December 1905

49 t 49 1 49 J 49 t ? 49 49 t 49 t 49 49 t I RANK P. IIARMAN. IWt. bb I f o W. I'. BUCHANAN. Cashier. & 1 bb I bb or The First National Bank OF TUCUMCARI. Kb 4r W X General Banking Business Transacted, 1 jj s t t 8 N. M. Vn 1 TuL IT MCA KM. w , 89 44 ij 1 LIVERY AND SALE STABLE. I STREET 8c BAKER. J $ C Good Rigs and Good Horses, Trains and drivers to all points in tlu- ronnlry, - furnislu'd on short notice. 5 HAY AND GRAIN. Main St. Pimm' 42. 5 44444.44 t I FURNITURE ! CHAIRS j AND ROCKERS 7e s Superb. ( ) ti r assortment is complete and is so replete with every variety ol stylo and licanty that we arc con lidfiit it will oiilsoll anything in tin: Itirniture line ever brought to Tiicuincari. UNDERTAKERS AND EIV1BALIVIERS. BARNES & RANKIN, Tuaimtari, N. M. High Grande Herefords. jj K For the nest 30 days 1 will offer for salt- liflri-n head ol full K blood llctvfoid IWtlls 5 to 7 months old. l'rirrpcr head S2s.n0 K Also 50 lu-ad ol lii;h bivd lull blood Hi-tvford Cows 3 lo 6...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 23 December 1905

DEFENDS JUDGE POPE I It LEAN 00L OMfORTABLE (Treatment Good, Good Wines, Liquors and Cigars, X JAMES LANIGAN, - - Proprietor J Coney Island I Bar and de 77777777777777777777777777777777777777777777777777 REGULAR MEALS, - 25 CENTS. H The host of every tiling tin- nmrkvt affords. q FULL LINK OF HRIiAD, PI ICS AND CAKICS. SMEAD'S Restaurant and Bakery. Wu solicit a share of your patronage. FRESH OYSTERS IN SEASON. Phone 34. White Elephant Saloon. 41 4? 49 o 49 bh Kentucky Whiskies, 2 It 1? TRY THEM. & 4? ;f A. B. DAVBER, . . PROP. 1i or v cv cv ci o- o e o o CV- o- o- o- . oi-i"-o-orv' ri"Crrr-i'ricCir- occ-.-r City Market W. 5. JARRRI.L, Manager J Wholesale and ltctail toilers in all kinds of rat, V4"jk4all4. vtv. Ci r- r v v Your Patronage Solicited Main Street - - Phone n Q A A, i ii A A Ai A A A A d -A A ROCK ISLAND EATING HOUSE Dining HaJl a.nd LuncK Coiiter. Oysters and Fish in season. T. S. McDER-MOTT, Prop. R. P. DONOHOO, Mrfr. Associate Justice Mann Gives iv Correct Statem...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 30 December 1905

e ffueumeari Volume i. No. 10. TUCUHCARI, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY. Dfec. 30, 1005. Subscription $1.50 a year. MACKENZIE-CHITTENDEN Prominent Trinidad Society People Are United in Wedlock Before a banked mantle of brilliant' poin sella surrounded by holly and mistletoe, Miss Margaret Kdith Mackenzie and Thomas George Chittunden knelt last even ing at the conclusioncr" the ceremony that made them man and wife and which closed one of the prettiest and happiest courtships that Trinidad has known for many years. The house was beautifully decorated in Christmas colors and the entrance was a mass of holly and mistletoe while Christ mas bells hung suspended from all the doors and from the electroliers. The room in which the ceremony was performed had as its principal decoration, poinsetta, those brilliant California llowers that lighted up the room with their pretty faces. The holly and mistletoe were relieved in the other rooms by roses and carnations in profusion. The wedding ceremony was pe...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 30 December 1905

Private Ctistomero for Farm Butter. In building up a private trail o for farm butter, it is necessary to have enough cows so that the butter sup ply can be kept up summer anil win ter. The farmer that has only n few cows and produces a large quantity of milk in the summer, and almost none in the winter, cannot expect to build up a profitable trade. He will be able to produce butter only when it is cheapest and when there is a largo amount of verycheap butter on tho market. There will be then little in ducement for customers to seek his butter. He will also be producing but ter at a time of the year when all conditions are against its keeping qual ities, on account of the temperature being so high that all germs multiply with great rapidity. The farmer that wishes to build up such a trade must provide for as large a quantity of milk in the winter as in the summer. He can then hold his customers the year round. He can also make better prices with them Uian he otherwise would; for he c...

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