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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 6 January 1906

TNIJVK. CRA-BS CAVSET) 'QUAKE Very curious wore Home of tho ox- i planations given by Chinamen of tho J recent eartnquakes which have neon felt at Hongkong, Canton and Macao. The Hongkong Dally Press tells about them: "Tho famous dragon whose prMlege it has been to give an oc casional shock to tho earth's crust is not held responsible for tho recent scare in Macao and elsewhere. Some Chinese attribute the lust shocks to the wutor-dragon of Canton, whose anger has been raised by tho reclama tion works. Coolies are dumping daily boatloads of sand and stone on tho poor dragon's back, and tho beast nat urally feels hurt. "It appears, however, that the real causes of the earthquakes were tho Macao crabs! Here Is tho story: Close by the hot springs in tho neigh borhood of Macao stands a small vil lage wherein liven an old woman who has tho misfortune to be the mother of an unworthy young man whose solo COCKTAIL AT "I was standing in the barroom in a resort at Three Forks," said a trav eli...

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. — 6 January 1906

The Tucumcari News Published Saturdays By S, R, May at Tucumrari, Now Moxico. Official Paper, Quay County. Subscription, $i.5 the Year a !!.:.. i ihro.ii.li U. S, Mail. M sccond-eiasj Mail Matter, nude tl.nuh Hc Tucumcari post'olliec. Tucumcari, N. M. A nutnbur ol n:al ustato sales aro ro potted this week. The now year is open ing up with splendid prospects for Tucum cari and Quay County. The Live Stock Transportation Asso ciation has prepared a memorial to Con gress asking that the time limit of stock in transit he extended from hours to 3d hours, exclusive of time for loading and unloading. Some of our stockmen here are interested in the matter and are circu lating a petitiotOisking that the extension be made. A Tucumcari candidate for the register ship of the land ollie at Clayton made in consistent charges through democrats against l. V. Fox in reference to this ap pointment. Now that this would be reg ister is defeated, he writes in his own paper that Fox is the; man who deserv...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 6 January 1906

iWh T i -t Til rtlh 0 "It t . U. II. Brook's baby is reported very sick. The Public School r;sti liusinuss Tuesday. Col. T. W. Human represents a fiius line of (ire insurance. tl County Commissioner Wayne spent sev eral days in town. The Holiday trade was the best ever for Ticket No. 2510 secured the line rane at the M. li. GoldenhcrK store, and the Holder ol that ticket certainly lias a very handsome piece of kitchen furniture. Along with other believers in 'Jiiay County and Tiicumcari the Kditor of this paper has added to the population by mov ing his wife and family to Tiicumcari. C V Houston, Train Master of the Dawson, received a message Thursday informing him of his wife's sudden death Friday Tiicumcari merchants. rour lamiucs are coming oven.uiu i m Minneapolis, anu lell on 30 Tiicumcari from Creek Nation morning Miss Shirley Shivvers, Montoya, was The Methodist Church, South, is fuiish a visitor in Tiicumcari veslerdav 'ng up the ceiling this week. The mem- Alex. GoldenbcrL'...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 6 January 1906

nsnmliMifflEs tCoryrlght, 1903. by Sister EUlce hnil not very much faith in men. Probably the life she led as superintendent of a "woman's and children's hospital" in a great city tended to cultivate an antipathy toward the stronger sex. She saw so much misery and wretchedness of which she deemed that sex the cause, women with blighted lives and little nameless, fatherless babies. Ail the more astonishing was it. therefore, when Sister Elllco adopted a baby Sister Elllce who never paid any attention to babies in general save to see that they made their proper ad vent into the world and were properly cared for. It happened in this wise. There came to the hospital one day a forlorn looking young creature with the ugly word "forsaken" written all over her, from the pallor of her thin, pretty face to the faded stripes of her shawl and the rents of her shabby dress. She seemed to shrink away from the scru tiny of Sister Ellice's clenr, gray eyes seen austerely through her gold rimmed gla...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 6 January 1906

COMMUNION CUP MADE IN 1785. I Valuable Relic Presented to Massa chusetts Baptist Society. An article of historic Interest Is the first communion cup used by the Avon (Massachusetts) Baptist society, which recently celebrated its 125th anniversary. The cup is now in tho custody of Deacon W. Elmer Crane of Avon. It Is of pewter, and holds about half a pint. Originally there were two cups presented to tho society, but there Is no record of the present location of tho companion cup. Tho society was organized in 1781, and for some time previous to tho building of a church services wero held at various places. The llrst com munion was administered on tho llrst Sunday in March, 1785, whon this cup was used. Upon tho discontinuance of the early form of service tho cup camo into the possession of Deacon Chnrles Packard, who some time previous to his death, many years ago, presented to Marcus M. Porter, now a resident of Stoughton, who at that time lived in Avon, and was a deacon In tho Bapti...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 6 January 1906

I TAKF. NOTICE! ! AN ACT FOR TIMi PROTECTION OF MINORS AND PUPILS JN SCHOOLS. Approved February 18, 1001. COUNCIL 13 ILL NO. -i. Be it enacted by Hie Legislative Assembly of the Territory ol New Mexico: SECTION i. - That it shall be unlawful for any person to sell or give to any MINOR under the ago of EIGHTEEN YEARS, or to any PUPIL of any SCHOOL or educational institution within this Territory any intoxicating liquor or any cigars, cigar ettes, or tobacco in any form, except upon the written consent of the parent or guardian of such minor or pupil. SEC. 2.- It shall be unlawful for any merchant, apothecary, saloon keeper, or the proprietor or manager of any other estalislr ment in which intoxicating liquors or tobacco in any formate kept or offered for sale, to permit any minor under the age of eighteen years or pupil in any school or educational institution to engage in any play or game of chance with cards, dice, wheels, or by the manipulation of any device by means of which mone...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 6 January 1906

SAAfHlftA', I'RANK P. IIAR.MAN, IWt. The First National Bank OF TUCUMCARI. General Banking Business Transacted. TUCUMCARI, - - N. M. 4f f 49 I LIVERY AMD SALE STABLL STREET & BAKER. hem; $ J? Good Ris and Good Horses, ? Kag Teams and drivers l all points in the country, J- furnished on short notice. HAY AND GRAIN. f FURNITURE CHAIRS AND 1 ROCKERS BARNES & 7777777777777777777777777777777777777777777777777777 I High Gra.de Hereford, 8 5 For the next 30 (lays 1 will offer for sale fifteen head of full v S blood Hereford Hulls 5 to 7 months old. Price per head $25.00 S s Also 50 liead of high bred full blood Hereford Cows 3 to 6 s years old, in calf by. registered bulls - Lord Wilton and N s Anxiety bloods, for sale. S ft s S. J. SLANE, - Tuciimcari, N. M. This is S. C. HOME. He is identified with the town in many ways. Give Him Your Insurance, Because He Has the Best. A A A AAAk c W. I. HVCIIANAN. Cashier. fa 0 Main St. Phone 42. Our Line Is Superb. Our assortment is complete a...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 6 January 1906

11 pirfm Crossing Wild Geese with African. A few good crosses of African and wild geeso are reported. The fancier? that have taken the trouble to maki thin cross say tlioy get tlie best re suits when they cross the gander of the wild goose on the African goose The wild goose doubtless Increases teK.v the hardiness of the progeny and the African blood adds both beauty and plumpness. Such geese should not, however, be crossed for the purpose of producing new breeds. Kor market purposes only should such crosses be made. Mixing up and tints increasing the number of breeds is not to be rec ommended. Movable Fixtures. The fixtures inside of the poultry houses should be en tirely movable. Neither -jests nor perches should be permanently fixed. Under ordinary farm conditions the mites and lice almost invariably at tack the fowls. All the fixtures, if movable, can be taken out when the house is to be whitewashed, or to re ceive other treatment. It is also easier to handle a poultry house whe...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 6 January 1906

1ti 0 S IJVSPIHA TIOJ FOTl ''SHOO FLy Nearly nil tho obituaries of Cool Buigess, tho negro minstrel, ho dlort recently in Cuniuln, mul who wns dls tlngulehetl ns "tho .'Irst man to wear large shoes when performing," have ascribed to him the authorship of tho once popular song, 'Shoo Fly, Don't Hother Me." No negro song and dance was so popular In its time ih "Shoo Fly." It was heard all over tho country. It. was sung in nearly every theater and it attained tho distinction, which few popular songs have hed, of a place In tho Congressional Record. Benjamin F. Butler of Massachusetts, then a re publican, being Interrupted in a speech by Samuel S. Cox or New York, re sponded "Shoo Fly, Don't Bother Mo," and this gave the song a now lenso of life on the stage. But Cool Burgess didn't write It. The real author wns T. Brigham Bish op, who wrote a great variety or pop ular songs, some comic, some senti mental, some patriotic and some de scriptive. "Shoo Fly" was written (hiring tho tlvll wn...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 6 January 1906

K OM PORTABLE onev Island ( Bar id Cafe i Treatment Good; Good Wines, j Liquors and Cigars, 1 JAMES LANIGAN, - - rroprictor j 49 49 49 49 White Elephant Saloon. Kentucky Whiskies, -TRY THEM. 49 49 49 49 is- & & 0 A. B. DAVBER, . . PROP, g cJ rv o cv ci- cv r o cy o cv cv o- c f o r tv o f v cv o o o-cv-ci-cv-Ci" c-or o op A. D. GOLDliNHKKG, Pans. li. L. TAYLOR, Suit. TUCUMCARI Water, Ice I Power Co 1NCOK PORATl-D.) Every enterprising citizen should patronize a. local industry or pnWprisp. ,IBanT v WJC AR10 I-nORJC TO STAY, AND SOLICIT YOUR PATKONAG10. - ()lTK KAl'liS REASONAP.LK. s B tBLm iL.t14.ii rSU i ILL. MORGAN & GRUBBS, Props. Newly Renovated and Refurnished THE ONLY FIRST CLASS ROOMS IN THE CITY. PATRONIZED BY THOSE WHO KNOW. Reasonable - Prices. B The Cash Store, The Place to Buy your Staple Fancy Groceries. 5 We tiikc your orders and - mnlcc prompt delivery. .. . - OUR. PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. INSECT MIMICRY. Diittci-ftU'H Tlmt Ahmuiiic tho Color mill Slinpo f ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 13 January 1906

J1 i ffueumeari Volume i. No. 12. TUCUHCARI, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY. JAN. 13, 1906. Subscription $1.50 a year. L 0 Views NEW LAW FIRM Rcnehan and Thompson Will Do Business Here- Have Good Records. Mark D. Thompson, of Aalamogordo, who was admitted to the liar yesterday af ter a creditable examination, is a son of Judge L. II. Thompson of Norton, Kansas, a respected and well known lawyer in the northern part of that state. Associate Justice, ISdward IS. Mann, of the Territorial Supreme Court, studied law in Judge Thompson's office and is well ac epiainted with the newly admitted member of the bar. Mr. Thompson, although but 24 years o a no. has a very good record for a man so young. Although but a boy, ho was given : commission as lieutenant in the Twenty second Kansas Volunteers during the Span ish-American war, and was the youngest ollicer in thu United States army. His regiment was not ordered into active set vice, but was in service for six months and in camps of instruction during...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 13 January 1906

TIIK TUCMICAIM NEAVS TUCIWICARI NEW MEXICO. Mayor Boylo of Newport, R. I., has boon nominated for his fourteenth term. Ho must he to Newport what President Diaz is to Mexico. There is some fear lest the nihil ism in Russia has so Increased the quicksands that u good foundation for government will be hard to find. "Kid" McCoy, the prize fighter, has married a widow wilh throe young children. This thoroughly disproves the charge that Mr. McCoy lacks grit. Russia exchanged i.SGG Japanese prisoners for 6-1,000 Russians. Japan may not moan it that way, but it looks a good deal like udding insult to in jury. The Boston Globe says in some ad rice to sportsmen that they should be sure what they shoot has four legs. Does this legalize a shot at the farm er's cow? A New York man got marrisd in tho Tower of London, which is. called "the saddest spot on earth." Not the first man to lose his head there. New York Herald. A Pittsburg physician who sued a widow for broach of promise Is now married ...

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. — 13 January 1906

j Democracy Dcmocrncy, thoso men havo dono tlieo wronR That paint tlieo flaunting, with a bru tal faco Not to Homo's proletarian populace. Nor Paris mobs that round a red flag throng Nor London slums of saturate sin be long Such names deluded, pltlnblo race Though In their husky mutterlngs wo can trace The voice of Clod affrighting us along. Democracy on law and virtue stands The homo It loves and children at the lence; I8 bread it earns, Its lips can speak In prayer, Though greed and pride oft blind Its riant hands, I trust the conscience of humnnlty, Sco freedom widen In the pcoplo's care. Percy S. Grant In Tho Century. Mia op vmm AC3 IDCQ 3 (Copyright 1905 by Dally Story Pub. Co.) The two wore so engrossed in each other that they did not notice tho entraucc of the third person. And surely tho two were fascinating enough each of them to mulco It no won der. Sho was of the Cleopatra typo and singularly perfect lu face and form and color and grace. Her magnificent gown was designed ...

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. — 13 January 1906

DELINQUENT TAX LIST Quay County, New Mexico. And Notice of Application for Judgment and Sale Under Judgment for the First Half of Year 1905. In accordance with Chapter Twenty-two of the Laws of the Thirty-third Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico and amendments thereto, I, Donald Stew art, Treasurer and ex-oflicio Collector of the County of Quay, in the Territory of New Mexico, do hereby make, certify and publish the following notice and list of taxes amounting to not less than $.15.00, payable in said County, and delinquent on the 1st day of January, 190G, the same be ing hereafter set forth by precincts and con tainini the names of all owners of property upon which taxes have become delinquent, the year or years for which the same are delinquent, the amount of taxes, the pen alties and costs, the description of the property whereon the same arc due, the amount of taxes if any due on personal property of such party. This list and notice was not made and published wi...

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. — 13 January 1906

IN FASHION'S REALM MODES AND FABRICS THAT HAVE PRESENT FANCY. Princess Skirt and Bolero Gray Shepherd's Plaid With Strappings Popularity of Eyelet Embroidery Continues Unabated Little Hints. Millinery in New York. The popularity to bo expected for bats of. the felts, for dressy wear, from what was discovered in Investiga tions of the new millinery of a month ago, Is being verified In their accept ance among our most sagacious mil liners, and in their willing adoption by well-advised, fashionable ladles. They will be extensively worn, espe cially those of the softer qualities of the plain material. Miroir velvet seems still to ho the cl.'Mco in the millinery textile materials for the objective cre ation of the- richest of the autumn and winter hats; while gold and silver tis sues have been employed latterly as combining fabrics, and some of the most elegant and attractive of the recently produced models are con structed objectively of feather-faced cloth small rpiill feathers also be...

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. — 13 January 1906

0. K. MEAT MARKET. STREET & JONES. Fresh and Salt Meals, Pigs Feet, Tripe, Lard, ologna, Butter and Eggs. Fish and Oysters in Season. Poultry. MAIN STREET. PHONE 34. .1 WE MEET TRAINS AND TAKE CARE OF YOUR BAGGAGE. li The Glenrock Hotel il J: J. d. HARRISON. PROPRIETOR v Opposite Rock Island Depot Rates Reasonable 1 Tucumcari, New Mexico. THE ONLY FIRST CLASS JACKSQN-GALBRAITH-fOXWORTH CO. . v Incorporated January ist i jo..) WINDOW GLASS A SPECIALTYALL SIZES Doors, Sash, Moulding, finishing, Lime, Cement Etc. Yiir patronage CALL and GET PRICtS if GOOD RESOLUTION FOR 1906 RF.SOI.V8p: That we shall inspect the largest and freshest lino of candy In town at tewn at the Top Notch Store hgfflre baying. Buster Brown a.id Tige :Geo. Mc(ar$ar Prop: HOTEL IN THE CITY. is appreciated Tucumcari, N. M. to Warning Order In tlu District Court. Territory of New Mexico, County of ,)uay. Montgomery Hull. Plaintiff, vs. Ida Love, Defendant, To Ida K. Love. Defendant in tliu above entitled cause: ...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 13 January 1906

Tin liiipiMiiiloiiN Turk. Collecting inoiii'y from Turkey Is a heartbreaking enterprise. A distin guished American once wont there to collect n dclit of .?."( M l,i i( K) owing to mi Kngllsh syndicate, which Included two members of parliament mid u cabinet minister, lie expected to see Hie busi ness through In two or three months. Rut a foreign amhussiidor undeceived him. "Say tliree or four months unci then you will lie ns fur off from ob taining your money iih you are today," he remarked. Men lind gone out there to prosecute claims, lie added, whose hair had turned gray with the strain to which they wore subjected and who had gone home thoroughly broken In health, unable to obtain a Turkish lira to show for years of fruitless labor. One victim of Turkish duplicity and procrastination died In a limatle asy lum. One of the embassies had been twenty-five years prosecuting claims without realizing a cent. Wan on KorblddtMi flrntmal. "A debuting society was formed in one of the countie...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 13 January 1906

BArTEniEfirCES OF A flATVRALIST Richard Bell in his new book, "My fltrange Pets," tells of tho solan geeso, which in Great Britain in by gone days, used to be salted and drlod for human food: "Many years ago these dried geese found their way to tLe lowlands of Scotland and were used as an appetizer. A small por tion, when eaten before meals, was supposed to ticUle the appetite. In this connection I have heard a good story. A worthy fnrmer in the neigh borhood gave a dinner party and when tho dinner was in progress he asked one of his guests if ho would have 'another portion,' upon which the guest remarked, 'I think 1 will, as I et a Lit o' solan goose afore I left name and it has made mo very hun gry,' upon which his neighbor said: 'I dinna believe in these solan geese, lor I ct a halll yin afore I cam' awa' ana I dinna feel a bit the hungrier.' " A correspondent of Mr. Bell's gives (he following information about one of his favorite specimens: "Tho South American boas are most easi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 13 January 1906

f Under the Eastern Sky I $ Peculiar Charm of the Orient Felt on the First Landing in Egypt It Is tho end of a drcam-llko week of voyaging ovor summer seas. Tho oold fogs of old England, the frozen canals of Holland and tho snow crowned Alps nro now hut memories of the past. Tho terraced and vine olnd shores of sunny Italy have .-miled their last upon us. Tho fra grant orange groves of Sicily and tho mountainous shores of ancient Crete have melted away into tho dial ant horizon, and ihe great ship throbs and beats her way ever southward over sunlit waters as smooth as burnished brass. Another evening of stars upon the blue Mediterranean, with tho crescent moon reflecting in its waters the symbol of Islam. Another night gently rocked in tho dreamland of the (loop. Then a glorious sunrise under a warm Oriental sky, and tho spell of tho mysterious East is upon us. The ulr becomes more gentle and balmy as a smell of the tropics is wafted to us across tho gently rippling waters. Htrango ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 13 January 1906

The Tucumcari News Published Saturdays By S, R. May at Tucumcari, New Mexico. Official Paper, Quay County. Subscription, $1.50 the Year Application for transmission tlirraip,U U. S. Mail. second-class Mall Matter, nude Ihrm.p.l. the Tucumcari pos'.'odicc. Tucumcari. N. M. We notice anions the large num ber of immigrants coming to Quay county that many of them are pre pared for immediate home-making. Yesterday while on the street we heard a noise that reminded us of an Ozark farm, where geese gabbled, ducks quacked and pigs grunted beside the lazy stream at the old homestead. We found that the immigrant wagons that had drawn up on the street in front of Gross, Kelly's were the whereabouts of these plantation melodies. Approaching one of the prospective settlers we discov ert him to be a German farmer from Chicasha, Indian Territory. In answer to a question he said, "Yes, I came to stay and brought my wife and babies, my horses and cows, my ducks, chickens and geese, my guineas and pi...

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