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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news and Tucumcari times. — 21 March 1908

THE MIDGET WEDDING The Little Folks Afford Amusement for a Large Audience -The Eiv tertainmcnt a Success and the Children Deserve Great Praise, The Midget Wedding was played by the little folks of the town last night at Warren's Hall, and was heartily enjoyed by a good au dience. The scene was indeed very beau tiful, and the happy, rosy faces of the innocents as they seriously went through their parts added a charm which is lacking in older performers. The little bride looked very sweet, and the groom quite important and bashful. The little bridesmaids, like unto a cluster of beautiful roses, were very pret ty. The performance was princi pally scenic and pantomimic, with the added charm of music. The music was enjoyed by all. The solos were all splendid, like wise the dances and the cake walk. The piano solo, and in fact every part was an entire success, and t'very one was delighted with the entertainment. Presbyterian Church. Sunday school at 10 a. m., pub lic worship, xx a. m. Sub...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News And Tucumcari Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news and Tucumcari times. — 21 March 1908

Endee Happenings. Correspondence E. H. Fullwood and Dr. McCon ncll were Tucumcari visitors last week. Dad Easly is assisting Assessor Sam Chadwick in this end of the county. The seven months old babe of Isidor Chaves died several days atro. It had been sick two or three weeks. There is one case of fever in this community. Our old friend Gibson been confined to his bed typhoid who has most of a great locating number of here this the winter is able to be around again. There are homeseekers month. Several of the good Allen were over this sacting business Commissioner E. Mrs. Sands, a sister of citizens of week tran- before U. S. E. Hedgecoke. Mrs. J. M. Hedgecoke. with her daughter will move into their new home in a few days. The location is five miles west of Endee. Our literary society meets every Thursday evening. They have a good program most every meeting. School is being attended with interest this month. Professor Stemple keeps up a good interest and is teaching a good school. P...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News And Tucumcari Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news and Tucumcari times. — 21 March 1908

t r BUSINESS MEN'S LEAGVE Meeting Hears Reports off Various Committees of Their Work Good Work Being Done O. 0 GKAGEOF NARA VISA AD DRESSES THE MEETING. After the meeting was duly called to order by President V, W. Moore, and the reading of the minutes, the reports of the com mittees were , heard and, showed that the various departments of the work are active. The report of the Sports and Amusement committee informed the meeting that thev had been uname to ohtain anv suitable grounds this side of the hack for the ball park, whereunon M. H. Goldenberg offered the use of his land, just west of town, which offer was gladly accepted, and a good rousing cheer given Mr. Goldenberg. Goldenberg is al ways in the ring when it comes to doing good work for the town. Dr. Moore made a report of the sanitary committee. He said: Mr. Chapman, the chairman, and my sell spent three or four hours driving through the alleys aiuuiiu iuwii, anu lounu tne con dition very bad. We had a con icicuuc wiiu may...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News And Tucumcari Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news and Tucumcari times. — 21 March 1908

Sa.n Jon Breezes. Correspondence, J. T. White is having his new house plastered and will soon be moving in. Mrs. Beckworth who has been quite ill for some time is now im proving. Well digging seems to be the fashion now. Dr. Haworth and Walter Bennett are both trying for water on their homesteads. We hear rumors that the saloon men have an eye on our town. Better take it off. We're here for a clean town and we mean to have it. We are glad to know that our Sunday school which has been dead for almost a year is coming to life again next Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, Ben Robinson, who has been at home for several weeks, returned to his work in Arkansas. He is fireman on the railroad at present, but intends to come back to his homestead in the summer. Sunday was rally day in San Jon. Under the leadership of Rev. J. W. Campbell of Tucum cari our people fell into line and decided to build a good church this summer. The building is to be used for school purposes until j we are able to put ...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News And Tucumcari Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news and Tucumcari times. — 21 March 1908

I CONTEST NOTICE. Dupiirtiinunt of Mir n to nut', I Land OlVlee. Cla't.on. v t s. February 1!H, liios. A sulVlolont (.'oiliest affidavit hav ing boon tiled in thisnlVieobv Warren I'. nrlli. coiile-tanl, against, homo- Sit!a.(,Lw,M,i.r'V Nu- ,LM'J,i- m!l(l' October JO. HUM, lor swl sei-timi o, t(iwtisliii) On, range :i:io, by William ,1. Evans contest oe. in which II is alleged under i i V L?m,",,H,r thai the sad William .1, Evans has wholly failed to est iihlish his actual bona lido residence upon said tract: within the time specified hy law, that said tract litis buun wholly ahandoned lor a period nl' more I han six tiioni hs next prior to the initiation of this contest: Unit said tract is not sot-tied upon, and ottltivaU'd by the said pari v as required hy law. and that said' do limits have not been cured. That said allog. d absence from said land was not duo to his employment In t he Army, Nnvj or Marine corps of the united Status in any capacity in time of war, and this t he sai...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News And Tucumcari Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news and Tucumcari times. — 21 March 1908

Dodson Doings. Correspondence. Everything is lovely in this part of the countrv at present. The fanners have nearly all of their land broke. They are getting ready to plant. William Capps has his new resi dence painted and will move into it in a tew days. Alex. Boatman sold his home stead a few days ago and will re turn to Oklahoma to live. Spring time has come in this community, the trees are budding and the grass is shooting up. Rev. J. S. Neal preached here Sunday to a large congregation of people also officiated at the wedding, Allen-Batwcll. Earnest Allen and Miss Mary Batwell were happily married on the 8th inst. at the Mound Valley school house. Dinner wa.s served at the home of the groom's mother, Mrs. V. H. Brvant. Mrs. Allen came out from Mich, several months ago and has made many warm friends here while visiting with her aunt. She received a number of presents from her friends and relatives back home. Earnest Allen came here two years ago from Texas, and is among our most...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News And Tucumcari Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news and Tucumcari times. — 21 March 1908

I r AfclfllTWT T A ro MB 1 U .. Bill IIUinBVU lit - vji hinirrim n.i-c c(ni. i m f I . PA MUCK 35 churches and haptisucl with his rttitu K .1 v wwn iiuiiu i2,ooo persons. Me is Something of h,. , sa,(1 to ve ordained a vast num , " , J 1X1111 of Ireland ixid His Tivsk of Freeing the Island of Evil Spirits. W.b ..I .-....-.1. 1 II hm ui pnesis anu messed many monks and nuns. Aft?r he hnd eon engaged about 20 vears in tin- missionary work he is said to have fixed his see at Armnirh nlintir the year 5.15. He died at a nlace called Saul, near Downnatrick. , and nis relics were preserved at Tuesday,, was a Scotchman ml l)''ict' down 10 the period ot according to others a Frcm-hmmi the reformation. It is said that According to some authorities, St. 1 atrick, whose memorv was rvin-fl ln ilwi l:..t. .1 1 11 ion iiie w orid over ins mrtnpiace, banavem Tuber mae," is variously located at Kirkpatrick, near Glasgow, Scot land, and at Boulogne-sue-Mer, France. Hut wh rcver his birth place was, t...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News And Tucumcari Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news and Tucumcari times. — 21 March 1908

; 5 5 AR.BOR. DAY CIRCVLAR. TO 5 COVNTY SUPERINTENDENTS Friday, March twenty-second, has been designated by proclamation from the office of Governor Curry as Arbor Day. You will note that section 1625 A of the compiled laws of 1807, provides that the day "shall be a holiday in all public schools of the territory, and school officers and teachers are required to have the schools under their respective charge observe the day by planting of trees and other appropriate exercises." The day then, is a holiday, provided it is properly observed, other wise it is not to be so regarded. You will note "that the actual planting of trees may be done on the day designated, or at such other most convenient time as may best conform to local climatic conditions, such other time to be designated and due notice thereof given by the several county superintendents of schools for their respective counties." In addition, I would respectfully call your attention to the fact that "the respective superintend...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News And Tucumcari Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news and Tucumcari times. — 21 March 1908

CONTEST NOTICK Dispart im.iu.ui tlM, lutorlor. 1'nlfod Status liiicl Oiilfcs. (layi.oii, N. m. February I 11108 A sufficient contest affidavit Imv ng hisen tiled l M,s ,,,V . ! ,V .1 lV Hox, contestant, agai ,1, ' , ' 1 100(1, Un sw4. sue :u, twp Tn rantri which. Ty noh"fn "tiii 'S ft winch it is a ogod under hti r Merorrtom for pSrlml .. ,, S !, h x months since making sa d M try Uiat, said tract is not se t id tr cm and cultivated by saU par ' the said alloyed ubsonee from the said land wok not due o or employment in the Army, Navv or Mar ne corps or tl.e United States as a private so dicr, officer, sean.au, or marine during the war with Spain or ti,TUr.Vl.tL".y oUl1' war in which the united btates may he engaged," Si,j( parties are herooy notitled to appear, respond and otter evidence concerning said allegation at lo o'clock a m. on Apnl 4, 11108, before K. L. JVttterson probate Judge at his office in rucumcarl, N M (and that tlnal hear in0' will ue hold at 10 o'clock a m on Apri...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News And Tucumcari Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news and Tucumcari times. — 21 March 1908

Homestead Entry 6930 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, Land Office at Clayton, New Mexico, Feb. 15, 190S Notice is hereby given that Walter W. Hennett. of San Jon. N. M. has filed not ice of his intention to make final com mutation proof in support of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. 6930. made Jan. 16, 1906, for the nz n'A nV4. Sec tion 10, Township ion, Range 44c., and that said proof will be made before N. V. Gallegos. V. S. Court Commissioner, at his office in Tucumcari, N. M., on April 8th, 1908. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of the land viz: J. L. Branham. of San Jon. New Mexico: J. T. Dudley, ' Mack Home, ' James Bell, of Tucumcari, 2-22 Edward W. Fox, Register. Homestead Entry 5991 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Land Office sit Clayton, New Mexico. Feb. 15, 1908 Notice is hereby given that Emma Hardy, for the heirs of William T. Millet, of Tucumcari, N. M. has filed notice ot h...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News And Tucumcari Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news and Tucumcari times. — 21 March 1908

REGISTER AND R.ECE1VER. Royal A. Prentice a.id N. V. GaJ. logos Receive Endorsements tor the Appointments Announcement ur Kusseii s soua tountain is now running at full blast, and no I r,n cm,. In llw. untMrc of Ihn OIK' need Slitter wllO applies tO him city that my record stands open tohvit.h. an unquenchable thirst, as he the World. I came here from M uibJunsinB an me uuesi unuKS. Oklahoma, and will give any one O. O. Gragg and Will C. Schnei desiring it the best references der were here Tuesday as delegates i?iitii II...- ... mrv1n v vi , uu' oi Alamo- Iroin that country , and from I exas, to the republican county conven" reporter f 1 i).rL'Sunl wn!c!Jl1 iuul tlu' towns in which 1 ,ivc'd tion- The-V rePort tlleir country nlctri f Xt'1 'lu''c'sl1 1 can refer those desiring to know prospering and the lands being rap- i-ibirici, nas been n.rr,mtnmndi.,i lUtV lUKUII. or the appomtnuMit to tin- nflicv of to U. S. Dover, Agent S. W. Rv. ivci: i ml; i . r i i i i i - ii mil riitui iitf ...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News And Tucumcari Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news and Tucumcari times. — 21 March 1908

i I I I I I "Straws Tell Which Way the Wind Blows" If you will notice the straws worn this spring you will see that most of them come from Israel's, We have them, all shapes, sizes and prices, Boys Straws 5c and up MENS' CANVAS Planters and Helmets 50c and up Mens' Straws in Telescopes, Turbans, Sailors, Mex icans and other popular shapes. All prices, from a 10c Hickory to a $1.50 Milan or a $10 Panama Childrens' Straws and Sun Shades All Shapes and Prices LADIES Mexican Hats 15c to $1.50 Our Underwear comprises a line in union and two-piece suits from 50c to $3 a suit, in all the popular weaves of lisle, cotton, balhriggan and silk. Blue, Black, White, Tan, Pink and other shades. Wc also have the short sleeve undershirt, coat style, and knee length drawers ISRAEL'S See Our Straw Window J w ww A m v w. tt w w w V w v. w-1 V a s m - HsUjH AINU LUW bHUtb are here m a profusion ot graceful ) lasts. All the new effects, ranging from the ultra stylish to the : i n. 1 i conservative model...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News And Tucumcari Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news and Tucumcari times. — 28 March 1908

-ft- She Sueumeari Jiews And Tucumcari Times Volume 5. No. 25 TUCUNCARl, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY. MARCH 8. 1908. Subscription $1.00 a year REPUBLICAN CONVENTION AT SILVER CITY Harmonious Throughout, and Hot for Statehood for the Territory, INSTRUCTIONS ARE UNANIMOUS FOR TAFT. REGISTER AND RECEIVER U. S. LAND OFFICE APPOINTED The Republican territorial con vention which assembled in Silver City Saturday last and nominated six delegates and six alternates to represent the Republicans at the national Republican convention at Chicago, June 16th, was one of the best conducted and most satis factory political conventions in the history of New Mexico. Every county but one, namely Eddy, was represented by complete delega tions. An actual count showed there were 180 delegates present. The committee on resolutions, of which Hon. T. B. Catron, of San ta Fe, was chairman, reported in part as follows: "The Republicans of New Mex ico in delegate convention assem bled, proclaim and reaffirm their loy...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News And Tucumcari Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news and Tucumcari times. — 28 March 1908

BUREAU OF INFORMATION at Bameti s Pop Com Wagon Also Peanuts and Pop Corn Main Street PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Will Be Erected on the Corner of Adams and Aber Streets, The edifice will front Aber street and will be 43x71 feet. The build ing will seat about 450 persons. The structure will be of concrete with led stone trimmings. The auditorium will be 34x38 feet with seats arranged in circular form on bowl floor. The choir loft will be located in the back and raised above the rostrum. The ladies parlor and pastor's study will be on each side of choir loft. The Sunday school room will be 19x20 feet, in front of and connecting with auditorium. The main vestibule or tower is to be 12x12 and 48 feet high. The kitchen will be situated be neath Sunday school room and will be 18x20 feet. Provision has been made for a balcony over the Sunday school room and auditorium which when completed will seat about 150 peo ple. The Sunday school room and balcony will be divided from audi torium by rolling ...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News And Tucumcari Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news and Tucumcari times. — 28 March 1908

An Oklahom&n's Impressions, of Tucumcari In conversation with the editor of this paper a few days ago R. H. Clayton, president of the city council of Shawnee, Okla., who is in this city on a visit to his son, son-in-law, and daughter who each have a government claim in this vicinity. He expressed him self as forcibly impressed with the manifold advantages and great future possibilities of this locality. I was agreeably surprised," said Mr. Clayton, "on my arrival here to find Tucumcari a much larger city than I had conceived. The site is an ideal one, situated as it is in the midst ot a rich agri cultural valley of vast extent and being built up rapidly with a sup erior quality of residence houses. The country contiguous and tribu tary to it is beautiful to look upon, and 1 predict for its people and for the farmers adjacent to so fine a market for their product, com petence and even wealth." Mr. Clayton has just returned from an extended trip over New Mexico, embracing all the ...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News And Tucumcari Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news and Tucumcari times. — 28 March 1908

BILLS PASSED BY CONGRESS Measures introduced By Dele gate Andrews OF BENEFIT TO TERRITORY Tucuincevri La.nd Office Will Be Established On July 1st Special to the New Mexican. Washington, March 20. The following bills introduced by Dele gate W. H. Andrews originally in the House of Representatives and passed by the President and will become law: (1) Granting to New Mexico over 500,000 acres of public lands to be selected tor territorial, ed ucational and charitable institu tions and for public schools in lieu of such acreage originally donated to the territory but found to have been illegally appropriated and in cluded in land grants, national for ests, Jndian reservations and military reservations. (2) . Establishing the fifth land district with office at Tucumcari, Quay county. (3) . Providing for pensions for widows of soldiers of New Mexico veterans who served in the Civil, Mexican and Indian wars at the rate of twelve dollars per month. Special agents have already been detailed ...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News And Tucumcari Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news and Tucumcari times. — 28 March 1908

JAPS PLAN AN INVASION OF UNITED STATES Correspondent in Chihuahua, Mex ico, Declares They are Mapin the Country and Make No Pretenses of Anything but War With the United States THE JAP SPIES HAVE PLENTY OF MONEY WITH THEM. the United occasion to the country 1 wonder whether the war de partment of the United States knows one-tenth as much about our unprotected Southwest border and its approaches through Mex ico as does that of Japan. For the past nine months the latter government has had scout ing parties in northern Chihuahua and Sonora studying the boundary', the mountains, trails and passes and making maps of the same. More than three hundred have gone down from Juarez to Casa Grande and have thence traveled on foot all through the Sierra Ma dre and all along the country they say they intend to travel over "when we invade States." The writer has had cross and re-cross above mentioned many times in the past few months and has en countered many parties of the Japs. They usually make...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News And Tucumcari Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news and Tucumcari times. — 28 March 1908

MRS, GREEN'S CRAYON LECTVR.ES Drew Great Crowds the Best Sermons Has Heard in Time tk.nd Were Tucumc&.ri Some Our town has been very fortunate ir having the privilege of hearing Mrs. Maud L. Greene, the lady cartoonist preacher, in her im pressive "Chalk Talks" Mrs. Greene's reputation is international she has won fame across the waters, she and her co-worker, Miss Henderson having spent several years abroad in the inter ests of the W. C. T. U. Her lectures at the Methodist Church Sunday afternoon and the Baptist Church Sunday and Mon day evenings, drew immense crowds that fully appreciated her splendid entertainment. Mrs. Greene brings delightful novelty to the Temperence plat form. There is nothing that paints the lesson or tells the story and de lights the audience as the pictures that grow under the magic chalk in the hands of this wonderful woman who draws in colors with a rapid and artistic touch, often wielding the chalk with both hands simultaneously. Her "talks" were ai...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News And Tucumcari Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news and Tucumcari times. — 28 March 1908

CONTEST NOTICE. Department of tho Interior, U. S. Land Office, Clayton, N. M. February 28, 11)08. A sufficient contest affidavit hav ing been tiled In this olTieo by Warren F. Brlto, contestant, against home stead entry No. 1212(1, made October 20, 11)0(1, for swl section fi, township (In, range .'He, by "William ,1. 10 vans contestee. In which it is alleged tinder date of November 12, 1007, that the said William .1. Evans has wholly failed to establish his actual bona tide residence upon said tract; within the time sped tied by law, that said tract has been wholly abandoned for a period of more than six months next prior to the initiation of this contest; that said t raot is not settled upon, and cultivated by the said party as required by law, and that said de faults have not been cured. That said alleged absence from said laud was not due to his employment in the Army, Navy or Marine corps of the United States in anv capacity in time of war, and this the sain oontest mt Is ready ...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News And Tucumcari Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news and Tucumcari times. — 28 March 1908

: ..mm-- bh 3 Smith's Grocery, ji, 49 bh SUCCESSORS TO l 9 49 9 49 9 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 4? 49 49 49 49 49 WESTERN GROCERY CO, South Side of Main Street, Quick Sales, "Kentucky Policy" Small Profits and Best Values, Fresh and Salt Meats, TELEPHONE 119. Goods Delivered to any Part of the City, & b & b M b & b b M b bh b fc IP b b b b i ft b & b & b MISSOURI CHIEF THE TROTTING BRED STALLION Will Make the Season of 1908 at my Farm Two Miles North of ARD Postoffice, 1 mile East of North Wind mill, 15 miles South of QUAY, N. M. Commencing April i and ending June 1, and will be at A, A, Blanker ship's Livery Stable, Tucumcari, N, M. from June 1 to July 1. DESCRIPTION. Chief is a Chestnut Sorrel, 16 hands high and weighs about 1,300 lbs.; has a good foot, large flat bone; kind disposition; a nice looker; a good road horse; a good farm horse, in other words the best horse for all purposes that anyone ever laid their eyes on. Missouri Chief ...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News And Tucumcari Times, The
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