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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 3 February 1906

Tying Cows In Stalls. Most farmers still hold to tho stan chions as a means of keeping their cows in the stable. It is surprising to know that some of the most advanced farmers have not yet abandoned tho use of tho stanchion. A lecturer on one of tho institute forces was delivering a lecture on cows nnd condemned tho use of stanchions,- advocating tho moro modern methods of cow tying. In the discussion that followed some ouo in the audience ashed him the question, "What method do you use in tying tho cows?" He replied, "I still uso tho stanchion; I'm an old fogy." This shows the force of habit even in those that are well instructed as to scientific dairying, This man said that both he and his cows wore used to the -stanchion, and had been all their lives, and ho had not got around to malting any change. If this is so with those that are the leaders In dairy thought, wo need not be surprised If the great mass of farmers of tho country still hold to the methods that scienco condemns. ...

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. — 3 February 1906

DELINQUENT TAX LIST Quay Countv, Nhw Mkxico. And Notice of Application for Judgment and Sale Under Judgment for the First Half of Year 1905. Iu accordance with Chapter Twenty-two of the Laws of the Thirty-third Legislative Assembly of the Territory nf New Mexico and amendments thereto, I, Donald Stew art, Treasurer and ex-ofGcio 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 $.25-00, payable in said County, and delinquent on the tst day of January, 1906, the same be ing hereafter set forth by precincts and con taininir the namesof 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 tin property whereon the same are due, the amount of taxes if any due on personal property of such party This list and notice was not made and published with...

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. — 3 February 1906

HIGH LIFE SCANDAL TOWN OF DINGVILLE STIRRED TO ITS DEPTHS. Deacon Butterworth Felt to Be the Victim of Unfortunate Circum stances, but His Wife Has by no Means Been Convinced. There wns u terrible scandal hap pened In Bingvlllc lust Saturday night, the news of which (lew all over town like wildfire and since tlien our resi dents ain't got nothing done but talk about it with bated breath. School was closed for a day on acct. of It and so was the P. O. Work 13 at a stand still and the terrible recital of what happened Is on everybody's Hps. On Wednesday morning of last week Lem Brown left Blngvllle for the Co. seat, where he was drawed up to serve on iv jury. Lem understood that ho would git all through serving so as ho could conio back homo Filday night and ho told his wlfo so. Before ho left Bingvlllc Lorn made nrrar.gemcnts with Deacon Butterworth to feed his cow and pigs whllo he was absent, and look after things around the house generally. Lorn has always been a great friend of t...

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. — 3 February 1906

Puerto Pickups. Correspondence. 1 Wo are having much good wealhor lately. Mrs. MaywaliJ visited at Locklear's last week. Mrs. Lee (lliolson was a jjnesl of tho Locklear family Sunday. Miss liffio Campbell is doing good work in the public school. J. M. Griggs and A. T. Locklear and son made a business trip to Tucumcari this week. Many new comers have been seen in this section looking for homesteads the last few days. We had preaching at the school house Sunday. We hope the sermons will be continued, as it is seldom we have any preaching here. There is some farming going on now; we see George Clark plowing. The spring weather we are having will soon start the work good. J. W. Griggs and family attended church here Sunday. 1. Griggs and family were also at church. There was a very good attendance. Green Selman, a young ranchman from the plains was with us last week. He says cattle are not looking well on the plains. 1 Smith, a young man working for Igo, came home last week to spend the...

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. — 3 February 1906

SEVEN YEARS AGO. A Rochester Chemist Found a Slngu larly Effective Medicine. William A. Franklin, of tho Frank lin & Palmer Chemical Co., Roches ter, N. Y., writes: "Seven j'GarB ago I was suffer ing very much through tho fail ure of the kldncya to cllminato the uric ucid from my system. My hack was very lame and ached If I overexerted myself In the least de gree. At times I was weighed down with a feeling of languor and depres sion and suffered continually from annoying Irregularities of tho kidney secretions. I procured a box of Doan's Kidney Pills and began using them. I found prompt relief from tho aching and lamenes in ray back, and by tho time I had taken three boxes I was cured of all irregularities." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Fostor-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. STRAJVGE PLACES OF EARTH "Hardupp says his word is as good as his bond." "Well, I should say It was just about." Chinese Ruler. r Tho Empress Dowager of China was sold into slavery at the age of eleven, ...

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. — 3 February 1906

0. K. MEAT MARKET. ) STREET & JONES. Fresh and Salt Meats, Pigs Feet, Tripe, Lard, Bologna., Butter and Eggs. Fish and Oysters in Season. Poultry. MAIN STREET. PHONE 34. i WE MEET TRAINS AND TAKE CARE OF YOUR BAGGAGE. i The Glenrock Hotel 0. J. HARRISON. PROPRIETOR Opposite Rock Island Depot , , , Rotes Reasonable Tucumcari, New Mexico. v. e: :: ii THE ONLY FIRST CLASS HOTEL IN THE CITY. .: JACKSON-GALBRAITtt-fOXWORTH CO. ... ( Incorporated January ist mo..) - WINDOW GLASS A SPECIALTY--ALL SIZES Doors, Sash, Moulding, finishing. Lime, Cement Etc. Your patronage is appreciated CALL and GET PRICES Tticumcari, N. M. Vsvrning Order In tho District Court, Territory of Now Mexico, County of yuny. Montgomery Hull, Plaintiff, vs. Ida 1'. Love, Defendant, To Ida F. Love, Defendant in the above entitled cause; You are hereby notified that tlio above entitled cause, in which Montgomery Hell is plain till and you are defendant, lias been commenced and is now pending against you in the Distr...

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. — 3 February 1906

HAWTHORN TREE THEIR MA8COT Doctoring Trees With Chemicals. More than a year ago wo called at tention to the fact that a certain com pany of men were selling to the farm ers a process for doctoring trees with a chemical compound, says the Far tilers' Review. The plan was to boro a hole In :ne tree ana insert In it some hind of a mysterious compound. Generally tho loading agent of the company went to tho orchard, bored tho hole in the tree.j himself and in serted tho compound. He claimed that this would protect the trees from all kinds of blights and all kinds of in sects. Ho charged for his work 50 cents per tree, but liberally allowed the orchardlst to pay half down and the rest some months later. Tho ab surdity of the thing should have pre vented farmers from taking up with tho scheme. We published a warning at the time those men entered the field. Soon we began to receive letters from Michigan saying thnt tho agents were working there and that thou sands of trees wore being treate...

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. — 3 February 1906

The Tucumcari News Published Saturdays By S, R, May at Tiiciuncari, New Mexico. Official Paper, Quay County. Subscription, $1.50 the Year "Entered a lecond-cbts miller October JO, 1903 at the post oltice Jl Tucumcari, New Mexico under ct of Conp.rcsi id March J, 1879." If the "lid" was ever down titt er anywhere Sundays than it has been here lately, then it was clear down, that's all. Delegate W. II. Andrews has introduced a bill in Congress for the purpose of creating a new ju dicial district in New Mexico. The dispatches do dot say where this district is to be located. District Attorney M. C. Mechetn is going to make an effort to col lect delinquent taxes. If the long list of delinquents would pay up the county would be in much bet ter condition to meet its obliga tions in 1006. A western newspaper offered prize for the best answer to the conundrum: Why is a newspaper like a woman?" The prize wa won by a w o tn a n in Oklahoma who cent in the following answer "Because every man sh...

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. — 3 February 1906

0 I ft I Local and Personal I 0 ! T. A. Dodson has iihout recov cruel from his recent indispositon. T. Lewis, with the Brown Shoe Co., was a business visitor Thurs day. Cattle Inspector McQuade at tended to business in his line at Hoy Tuesday. T. J. Harnett, a Quay County ranchman, was in town yesterday for ranch supplies. Miss Maggie Tulfer, formerly with a Pittsburg dry goods firm, has been employed as saleswoman at Gross, Kelly & Cos. J. T. Keogh, representing Sim mons Hardware Co., did business with the Tucumcari trade Wed nesday. Luciano Garcia was kicked by a horse a few days ago and was so. incapacitated that medical aid was called Thursday. He is reported improving. Rev. J. F. Hedgpeth is out among the country folks this week looking over the prospects for sup plying their wants in the way of religious services. J. P. Donohoo, agent at the Dawson depot, has bought four splendid residence lots this week in the Russell addition from Col. Human. J. A. Street has bought the ...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 3 February 1906

When Trouble Comes. W"on troublo Is n-comln' l.alc do thunder, wld his drummln' "Kep hi di middle or de road," It's mlKhty risky, ellmliln high Won de hairleae come by So. "Keip In de middle or de road!" Do wniT Is IjIk nil wide. So. look out fer time an' tide "Keep In do middle or de road," Kt you ellmb on hlph at all, You must plek a plaee ter fall. So, "Keep In de middle er de road!" Atlanta Constitution. (Copyright', 1903, by With Miss Aillno Klmbnll, prima donna of the Witches of Orloff opera company, I had just passed thiough the s ago door to the street after a matinee performance, when, from among the bystanders grouped about the stage door, a ragged, degraded looking man. bearing the marks of the ravages of drink suddenly sprang forth and, grasping my companion about the waist, kissed her repeatedly in spite of her violent efforts to free herself. Sup posing him to bo a maniac or crazed by drink, I was so fearful of violence that I stood for the moment unable to move. Arlin...

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. — 3 February 1906

In I ,iKANK P. IIAR MAN, Prct't. W. P. BUCHANAN, Cailiier. The First National Bank lb C 0 i$ C 0 ! i b o fcfr is. OF TUCUMCARI.- General Banking Business Transacted. 1 TUCUMCARI, - - N. M. 1 LIVERY AND SALE STABLE. STREET 8c BAKER. -H2SKI- C Good Rigs and Good Horses, JSC Viims and drivers KSHK to all points in the country, furnished on short notice. HAY AND GRAIN. Main St. Phone 42. I FURNITURE CHAIRS AND ROCKERS mm SOME SPECIALTIES fOR THE MONTH Linoleum, Art Squares, Rugs, Window Shades, Baby Carriages, matting BARNES & RANKIN, TlklMdri, N. M. UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. 1905 Season Butters In Membership Card Transferable Jinn person readinr this card man without doubt or hesita tion butt into the Lobby Saloon and sample our fine line of U i ncs, Liquors and Ci (jars. - - - HENRY & CO., Tucumcari, N.M. I This is S. C. Pandolfo's I I Give Him Your Insurance, I I Because He Has the Best. I Uodson News Budget. Correspondence. Atlams, of Quay, sold his home for $750. Steer yea...

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. — 3 February 1906

MOW CLIMATE AFFECTS BLONDES Did the ancient highly civilized na tions of tho past dlo out because thoy were blondo and therefore unfitted for tho regions in which thoy flourished? Dr. Charles E. Woodruff, a surgeon In tho United States army, who has writ ten a hook on the subject, believes that this was tho case. Ho maintains that too much light Is Injurious to white races through Its actinic or chemical effects, from which the dark skin pigments of swarthy races pro tect them. Thus ho explains why, by survival of tho fittest, dark races are found In tropical lands, . why Euro peans have always failed to colonize the tropics and why blondes disappear when thoy migrate southward. Says a reviewer In the Edinburgh Medical Journal: "Tho blonde and Intelligent rulers of regions suited better for more swarthy inhabitants have regu larly in the course of ages died out, while thair subjects, thoroughly ac climatized to their domicile, remain. Iigypt has been the theater of immi gration of i...

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. — 3 February 1906

T LOCAL HEWS. Rev. Reece led the pray or meet ing at the M. II. Church, South, Wednesday night. The Ladies Home Mission So ciety, of the Methodist Church, South, will give a nuisicale on the night o f February 9 t h at the church. Admission 25 cents, chil" dren under ten, 15 cents. Rev. Frenclf, the presiding el der, will he here Saturday and Sunday, and will preach Saturday night, Sunday at 1 1 o'clqck and Sunday night. (Juarterly Confer ee will l; held Saturday night. Mrs. Mary Aiken, charged with burying her eight-months-old boy alive at Lakewood on the night of January 7, at a preliminary hearing at Carlsbad was held to the grand jury on the charge of murder. Bond was refused and the woman was committed to jail. J. A. Hedgpeth had a letter from his brother in Indian Terri tory this week saying that there will be about twelve or fifteen of his neighbors who will leave Red Fork, I. T., about the 6th of Feb ruary, coming to (Juay County. Mis brother will be one of the party. They a...

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. — 3 February 1906

WHAT IS BEING WOBN STYLES THAT HAVE THE SANC TION OF FASHION. Dainty Waist in Pink Crepe De Chine Dancing Dress for Young GM Elaborate Tailor-Mades Are Enjoy ing Popularity. Brilliant Colored Feathers. Flaunting plumago of most vivid colorings docks the winter lints of the woman of fashion, and, curiously enough, not even the most brilliant feathers nre left as nature colored them. They are dyed ven more bril liantly to suit tho millinery freak of the moment. Peacock tall plumage Is used In its metallic blue shade, while the tail feathers of the same bird aro dyed a rich brick red. A London milliner yesterday tempt ed her customers with a purple hat of the Gainsborough type, which was I one glorious mass of that magnificent ' color known as eminence. The feath- ' ers on the hat repeated the dye. A single ostrich feather, perched upright, with the tip drooping over a diamond diadem, Is a form or adorn ment that is very extraordinary, but truly piquant when worn by a hand some women i...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 3 February 1906

The Delinquent Tax List. (Continued from page four ) 8,9, 10 20 1 39 07 Go 2 iG 4 22 17 03 20 70 I. 2,3,4 2 1 85 09 Go 2 54 7 2f 47 oj 20 70 0 28 93 05 20 1 18 II, 12 29 1 85 09 40 2 3. 5.6 32 1 85 09 40 2 34 0 30 93 05 20 1 18 5.r' 37 1 85 09 ,o 2 34 3.4 5 93 05 40 1 38 3.4 44 93 05 40 1 38 Buchanan Audition 3:4 1 93 05 40 1 38 9.io 93 05 40 1 38 4.5 2 93 05 40 1 38 7.9. o 2 1 39 07 Go 2 oG n.2 2 93 05 40 1 38 i.z.3.9 3 1 85 09 80 2 74 3.5.6.7 4 1 85 09 Ho 2 74 3,11,12 4 1 39 07 Go 2 oG 4.5.6,7 5 1 85 09 80 2 74 8,9,10, 1.12 ,5 2 32 u 1 00 4 44 1.2,3 6 1 39 07 Go 2 oG 5.6,7.8,9 6 2 32 12 1 00 3 44 io.ii.i2 6 1 36 07 Go 2 oG Prkcinct No. 2. Abeyta, Melquiadcs, personal property, horses and sheep, taxes 1 78, penalty 09, costs 35, total 2 22. Carmack, C G, personal property, horses and cattle, taxes 9 57, penalty 48, costs 36, total 10 40. Santiago Garcia y Herrera, 32 of 1104 of SC4, sec 31, twp 9 n, r 32 e, taxes 304, penalty 15, costs 35, total 3 54. Maywald, Mrs M L, personal pro...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 3 February 1906

TIIU TUCUMCA.R1 NEWS TUGUMCAKt - NEW MEXICO. Admiral Train might lmvo avoided nil trouble If lie hart claimed that ho mistook that Chinese lady for a deer. Tor several reasons the disappear ance of Poblodonostseff's name- from the public prints will be a welcome relief. It Is oslimated that $20,000,000 Is spont annually for silk hosiery by women who fear that they may llgufe in a wreck. When "heart words" can bo bought for a cent n column, who will be so unfooling as to refuse to indulge in a few throbs? Thore are reports of revolution In Astrakhan, and the curly coats will be high in price this winter, as they are every winter. At Baltimore a city ofllclal protest ed against having his salary raised. He evidently believes it is worth good money to bo advertised. An Eastern man has had five bullet3 cut out of him and is still able to take nourishment. If ho lives long enough he will be a human sieve. Sir Thonins Lipton la going after ihat cup again. He realizes that ad vertising is ...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 3 February 1906

Using a Romantic Simile. They wore walking out together on a cloudloBH night under the light of 1 ho hlg round moon, which .scorned unusually bright and beautiful. Sud denly he stopped, clasped his hands and erled rapturously: "Oh, Mary! Look at the moon to night. Isn't it beautiful magnifi cent?" "Yes, ain't it, William?" she re plied, with equal enthusiasm. "It looks just like a big fried egg, don't It, dear?" r A Disadvantage. "You say congressmen arc at a dis advantage in dealing with the rail ways?" asked the indignant cittx.cn. "Yes," answered Senator Sorghum, "they are at a certain disadvantage." "For what reason?" "Well, you see, congress can't issue passes that will get you anywhere" A Remedy. Howell My knees arc very weak. Powell Clot a lighter gin. The Sensation, Jay Green "I had a ride in my cousin's automobile while I was up t the city." Aaron Allrcd "Yc did? How'd seem?" .lay Green "Wa-al, it felt a good deal llko fallin into a mighty deep well only yc dropped straight...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 3 February 1906

Ttie Delinquent In List. (Continued from paj?u suventoun.) Nw uw seu IS lvp 11 n r jf) e. .o acres taxes OS penalty o. costs 35 total I 07. Na nv. sv. sw. nv. sec 15 twp 11 n r 35 i 1 ( Tucumcari Laundry Duley, Prop, Oar And f afn ! OM PORTABLE UU1 UI1U VUIC t u uo acres; taxes o. penalty 10 costs 35 f onev Mm JV 49 49 8? 49 49 Treatment Good, Good Wines, Liquors and : JAMES LANIGAN, - ' White Elephant Saloon. 49 $ Kentucky 49 49 -TRY THEM. 49 49 49 49 A. B. DAVBER, A. D. GOLDKNBKIiO, Pbks. TUCUMCARI Water, Ice I Power Co. (INCORPORATED.) Every enterprising citizen should patronize a. local industry or pniprprisp. nmm, - WE ARK I-UCRJS TO STAY, AND SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE. OUR RATES REASONABLE. X THE PLAZA HOTEL MORGAN & GRUBBS, Props. Newly Renovated and Refurnished THE ONLY FIRST CLASS ROOMS IN THE CITY. PATRONIZED BY THOSE WHO KNOW. Reasonable ..... Prices. z The Gash Store, The Place to Staple Fancy Wc lake your make prompt OUR. PRICES ARE Cigars, - Proprietor to Whiskies, PR...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 10 February 1906

ffueumeari Views Volume i. No. 16. TUCUHCARI, NRW MEXICO, SATURDAY. FEB. 10, 1906. Subscription $1.50 a year. I '' ,'l ''i j t t j ' COMMERCIAL CLUB MET TUESDAY NIGHT Many Business Men and Citizens Present-Twenty or More New Members WORK WILL NOW BEGIN IN EARNEST Pursuant to the call ol the Sec retary, the Commercial Club held a public meeting at the City Mall Tuesday night for the purpose of increasing its membership and set tlingonsome plan to finance th organization. Col. T. V. Meman, the Club's Secretary, was called to the Chair, stated the object of th public call and asked the pleasure of the meeting. Joseph Israel was elected Secretary. Col. Meman explained to those present that while in its embryo the club had been working rather on close communion lines, but it was not the purpose nor the d sire of those connected with it that such was the case, but the direct ors and many of the members had been and an: busy people, and it has been a hard matter to gel them together. Put, ...

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. — 10 February 1906

'HE DISCOVERER k I J I BRONCO JACK'S PRIZE BEAUTY 1 c ' 3 Splendid Animal, but a Little Particular as to jj I Who Rode Him. 3 Of Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, the Great Woman's Remedy tor woman b iu. Should nuy resident of Riverside drive uriso suniciontly onrly to altend tho "milkmen's nintinoo" ho may sec n beautiful black horse with finely drawn lines and full red i.ostrlls prancing up and down in front of a cart which was once white. This particular horse was, not many days ago, the property of a railroad manager we i..ay call Wheels. Mr. Wheels is such a lover of good horses and of horseback riding that it af fects his entire existence. During tho latter part of the Summer tho genial manager and other oillcials went to Dakota to look over tho territory ahead of tho new Pierre extension. As usual, Mr. Wheels had his eye open for a fancy sample of horsetlesh, and Dronco Jack, of Deadwood, saw him coming. One fine morning in Pierre, while tho general manager was taking hi...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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