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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 4 November 1905

(& LOCAL NEWS. 1s I RANK P. IIAKMAN. IWt. The First National Bank OF TUCUMCARI. J General Banking Business Transacted, TUCUMCAK1, 4 49 I LIVERY AND STREET 8c $ J? Good Rigs and , 'IYnnis and drivers to all ... - lurmshud on short notice. HAY AND GRAIN-.' I FURNITURE I CHAIRS I AND ROCKERS . t mm BARNES & 4T f Hj This space belongs to the H H Missouri State Life Ins. Co. H H S. C, Pandolfo, Agent, A.' H W. I5. BUCHANAN. Cashirr. N. M. f, ht SALE STABLE. I BAKER. Good Horses ? : points in the cnuntrw - ; Main St. Phone 42. Our Line Is Superb. Our assortment is complete and is so replete with every variety of style and beauty that we are con fident it will outsell anything in the furniture line ever brought to Turtimcari. UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. RANKIN, Tucumcari, N. M. nhn William, with dross, K'elley, will isit Dayton, N M next week for a short isit with his sister. I nan Sanrhes has sold his lambs in Kan as buyers at Sj..:7 a head and delivered it the stock pons here Thur...

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. — 4 November 1905

AGAINST THE PUBLIC INTEREST. UNCLE IKE HAD A GRIEVANCE. Overzealous Reformers Work for Law Against Proprietary Medicines. "Schemes to diminish or destroy the sale of proprietary medicines aro constantly being devised by Interested parties. Every now and then some zealous reformer comes to the front with tho demaud for a law to require every package of proprietary medi cine to be labeled with a printed statement of the 'formula,' showlnK Just how It Is manufactured. The mil lions of people who use proprietary mcdlclnos seem to bo satisfied; but the man with u mania for regulating the affairs of other people or who has somo personal Interest to serve Is the ono who agitates tho proposition. To a person who has never taken time to consider It, such a proposition may seem reasonable enough; yet It Is In fact nothing more nor less than a scheme to compel the manufactur ers to put their trade throughout tht entlro country at tho mercy of every commercial pirate who might choose to flood t...

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. — 4 November 1905

BIG PUBLISHER SUED. Chicago, Oct. 10. Tho Poruna Drug' Manufacturing Company, manufactur ers of a widely known proprietary med icine, has brought suit in the Superior Court of the City of Chicago against the Curtis Publishing Company of Phil adelphia, alleging that ll has been damaged to the extent of $250,000 by a recent article in the Ladies' Homo Journal. The suit Is based on a statement, re cently made in that journal that a testimonial as to the merit of the rem edy manufactured by the plaintiff, al leged to have been given by Congress man George H. White of South Caro lina, was fraudulent, denial from Mr. White that he ever gave such a testi monial also being printed. Tho Poruna company declares that Congressman White did give the testi monial in good faith, and that it has two original letters from Mr. White. It declares that Mr. White was led to repudiate the testimonial through a misunderstanding. This is the second largo damage suit that has been filed against the Curtis P...

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. — 4 November 1905

The Tucumcari News The Tucumcari Printing Co., S. R. MAY, Pros, and Mnng'r. Subscription, $1.50 the Year Application (or transmission llirniip.li U. S, Mail, as stcond'class Mail Matter, made through the Tucumcari post'officc. Tucumcari. N. M. THE TUCUMCARI NEWS, The El Paso Daily News of November 2, gives us a very much appreciated com pliment as follows. "One of the best little weekly newpapers that has reached our exchange table in many a moon is the first issue of the Tu cumcari News, printed last Saturday under the management of Silas K. May and editorship of S. M. Wharton. It is a four-column, id-page sheet, filled w i t h spicy locals and well written general articles. Typographically it could hardly be improved upon, as the type is new and is put together evidently by a competent printer. The livening News extends to its New Mexico neighbor a most hearty wel come to the field of Southwestern journal ism and predicts that this paper will grow and prosperundersuch able directi...

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. — 4 November 1905

T "IT Ikm'o from S C I'amlolfo and wife are lil Paso. A. M. HarUnoss, of Santa Kosa, war. in lliu city Saturday. Win. Nicholson is reported hattliiif; with a heavy cold. O. IS. Cobb of Dawson registered at the Plaza Wednesday. M. W. Taylor, an Alamogordo man, was in town a day or two. II. L. Simmons and party went through to Dawson last Saturday. . Mr. and Mrs. Cooper entertained Tues day night a Hallowe'en party. E. Gordon, traveling engineer of the K. P. & S. W., spent Sunday in the city. Mrs. Is". J. J alms will leave Monday for a visit to her sons in Stratford, Texas. I?. C. Malteson is reported better. He had a pretty severe attack of Jaundice. I rank Hopper, road master. Dalhart to Santa Kosa, stayed in town, Thursday. W. I Buchanan, the banker, will feed two car loads of sheep for K. C. market. 12. O. Irwin, of Santa Kosa, was up Wednesday night to attend K. of P. Lodge. Win. Burns, auditor for Henry Pfaff, of lil Paso, was a business visitor Wednesday. rrank A. Koy, merc...

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. — 4 November 1905

AWFUL NEURALGIA Mr. PortorThought Ho Should Go Mad But Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Cured Him. "It Rooms liko n miraclo that Dr. Willhims' Pink Pills should havo cured my neuralgia," said Mr. Porter. "They are certainly a marvelous medicine and lain always glad to recommend them. "For two years," ho continued, "I had suffered almost unendurable pains in my head. They would start over my eyes and shoot upward most frequently, but they often spread over my faeo, and at times every part of my head and faeo would be full of agony. Sometimes tho pains woro so iutenso that I actually feared they would drivo ino mad. " My eyes ached constantly and thero was always a burning sensation over my forehead, but the other pains varied, sometimes they were acute, and again they were dull and lingering. I could notsloep. My temper was irritable and I got no pleasure out of life. " I tried remedy after remedy, but finding no help in any of them, I be came a despairing man. Even when I began to take Dr. ...

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. — 4 November 1905

NO TONGUE CAN TELL CONGRESSMAN QOULDEN IHow ! Suffered with Itching and Bleeding Eczema Until Cured by Cutlcura. "No tongue enn toll liow I suffered for flvo years with a terribly painful, Itching, and bleeding eczema, my body and face being covered with sores. Never in my life did I expert 'once such awful suffering, and 1 longed for death, which I felt was near. 1 had tried doctors and medi cines without success, but my mother Insisted that I try Cutieura. I felt better after the first bath with Cuti eura Soap and one application of Cuti eura Ointment, and was soon entirely well. (Signed) Mrs. A. Kton, Belle rue, Mich." Where Diamonds Are Found. The most famous South African dia mond mines are Klmberly, Do Moors, Dutoltspan, Bultl'ontein and Wessel ton. These are in a circle about three and a half miles In diameter. Try One Package. If "Defiance Starch" docs not please you, return It to your dealer. If it does you get one-third more for the name money. It will give you satis facti...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 4 November 1905

1 . K. MEAT MARKET. STREET & JONES. Fresh and Salt Meals, Pig's Feet, Tripe, Lard, Bologna, Butter and Eggs. FisK and Oysters in Season. Poultry. MAIN STREET. PHONE 34. GROSS KELLY & CO. POPULAR. STORE NEWS. Wc have just received a very neat and attract tivc line of Ladies' Coats in full and three quarter lengths - exceptionally good values at $5.50, $8.00, $10.00 and $12.00, A, X Ladies' Fascinators ask to sec them you will find that they arc just what you will want this winter and that they are 20 per cent, cheaper than you will find them elsewhere, Shirts; When you have once tried on one of our "Merit" shirts you will never have an other kind, they have a fit and individuality about them that belongs expressively to the "Merit shirts. A. A. A GORSS KELLY & COMPANY. L tor t tsj-u lup lNuiuLi oiure x I Additional Local. j Accidenlly Shot. Felihertrt Oallegns, ol Callrgos, accidrnt y shot himself Wednesday. This acci dental tlisrlinrKf nl a derringer took elfect in His l...

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. — 4 November 1905

EL PASO ROUTE rcxas and Pacific Railway we CA CT we h.9aW I RUN RUN The Night (Express leaves El Paso daily at 6:50 p. m. Mountain Time, solid vestibuled train through to New Orleans, Shreveport and St. Louis, without change. Carries through sleepers Los Angeles to St. Louis, Shreveport, New Orleans and intermediate points. Direct connections made for all points North, East and Southeast. Ask your local agent for sched ules, rates and other information, or address R. W. CURTIS, Southwestern nsscngcr Agent, EL PASO. TEXAS. L. G. LEONARD, Traveling Passenger Agent, EL PASO. TEXAS. E. P. TURNER, Gen. Passenger and Ticket Agent, DALLAS. TEXAS. NO TROUBLE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS THE TVCUMCARI NEWS. 16 PAGES. SI .50 THE m YEAR. va&m-BBasm- Splendidly Equipped JOB I OFFICE In Connection. PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS. FOR PRINTING. Commercial Stationery a. Specialty. RUSH ORDERS RUSHED. SomptliliiK Jri Addition. A (icniiun grocer, newly arrived In New Orleans, opened up a downtown e...

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. — 4 November 1905

3 Arms of Magnificent Collection of Obsolete Weapons and Armor on Exhibition at London, Eng, It was early in J 9U2 Unit the Japan society, now counting j,2fo members and presided over by Viscount Haya shi, Japanese minister to the court of St. James, had a relatively modest origin in Loudon. Their object, as de fined by their statutes, was nothing if r.ot comprehensive. It included the encouragement of the study of the Jananese language, literature, history and folklore of Japanese art, science and industries of the social life and economic condition of the Japanese people, past and present, and of all Japanese matters. In fact, one must suppose that nobody has ever hunger ed more to learn so much about Ja pan. Among the chosen means of further ing these, fervent aspirations were meetings, transactions and loan exhi bitions. "The Arms and Armor of Old Japan" is the subject selected for the first exhibition of the Japan so ciety, and a highly interesting show it is. Either displayed ...

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. — 4 November 1905

mm ipo (Copyright. 1903, by , For a long time 1 hold the dainty, violet-scented envelope unopened in my hand. What train of memories this pink envelope and that subtle fragrancy of violet brought to my blase heart! How It recalled the hot ears o my youth during which I had sown a rather profuse crop of wild oats. At that time those scented notes, some pink, some blue, some lavender, had formed the bulk of my correspondence and had carried with them the delightful touch of intrigue which a wild youth would naturally crave. But to-day, why should I re ceive one I, a married man? I I turned tho letter over three or four times, then tore it open and read tho following words written in a crumpted handwriting 1 had never seen before: "Dear Old Tony Though it may be folly to make such invitation to a married man, I risk it any way. I will be this evening at 10::0 in room No. C of the Bon Ton Cafe and will wait for you. "One who loves you. "Z." I was astounded. What could this mean? Who was...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 4 November 1905

Notice of Suit. In tin- District Court for the Sixth Judi The M. 8. Goidenberg Co. I STOCK EXCHANGE SALOON GEORGE A. MOORE. rial District of the Territory of Now Mox- ico, within and lor tins County ol Uuav (INCORPORATED. ft) The above is a facsimile cut of the No, 14 Mcanca Cheyenne Saddle, which together with a fine six Vj hole Steel Range with reservoir will be presented njv to our customers ABSOLUTELY FREE of charge, w These premiums can be seen in our windows, For particulars apply at Ihc "Blj Store with the Little Prices." ($) the M. B. Goldenberg Co. ity Meat Market W. B. .IARRELL, Manager Wholesale and ItHnil Healers in all kinds of Meat. Vegetables, ete. Your Patronage Solicited Main Street - ... Phone n Cross, Kelloy A: Company Plaiutill VS. Kred C. Browning I lefendant The said defendant Kred C. Hrowning is hereby notified that a suit by attachment has been niimnima'il against him in tin; District Court for tins Sixth Judicial Dis trict of the Territory of Now Mexico, wit...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 11 November 1905

She Sueumeari Views Volume i. No. 3. TUCUflCARI, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, NOV. n, 1905. Subscription $1.50 a year. The Future of Quay County J from nn Since the organization of Quay County numbers of settlers have made a success of raising vegetables and forage products. At the time of the creation of the county this entire section of New Mexico v a s deemed unfit for cultivation and only adapted to stock raising, but many people seeking free homes were attracted to the country by its excellent climate and the rich appearance of the soil. Soon after the completion of the Hock' Island Railroad through the country, farm ers, or so called "nestors" began making entries on public lands, of which at the creation of the county there were more than 1,500,000 acres. What was then a boundless prairie, al most desert-like in appearance and topogra phy, is now dotted over in every direction with productive farms. The virgin sod then unbroken save where the ancient den izen of the plain dug his ca...

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. — 11 November 1905

rPT.1 in fiHTnrnrii t nr vmiTrn IN CLOSE QUARTERS IN SHELL. I CHINA SENDS BRAIN TWISTER. FRENCHMAN BUILDS ODD HOME. NEW MEXICO. The per capita consumption of toa In England Is six pounds a yoar with out prejudice to various other bever ages that are strot.g favorites there. Candidates are so called because they wore originally clad In white, you wouldn't think it, to see the bunch that comes forth every year in poli tics. Only two presidents of the United States have been married while in of fice, chiefly probably because so many of them were married before they got elected. love Is now to bo legally recognized In French marriages, under the re vised code. Heretofore, it has usually developed later, and then with some other person. IL ought to be easy to decide the case of bigamy of John Grady, one of whoso wives loves him and the other docs not. Hand him over to the one who does not. In spite of all the costly styles of garments shown at tho dressmakers' convention the good husband...

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. — 11 November 1905

THE OLD CROSS-ROAD From "Down Country Lanoe," by Byron Williams 'IS- Como with me b?' f.ho old cross-road That, leads to f.Tacle Bill's Down this way through a dreamland filled With peace that ("io.l infills: Follow mo by the winding nil. Where baby rabttts play, Ueep and. far in the fragrant doll With brook-splasl;-j:l roundelay! Come with mo whore the moo-cows drink; Aye! dfi:sk unto their 1111 Down the road, past he stubble Held Where pipes the whip-poor-will! Goldonrod and the fiiimm: red Arc banked in bright array. JJees, n-buzz, hum a drowsy strain. Throughout the 'ii?,5K-ronl way! Take my hand o'er Mm rock-slrown gulch And on to Uncle Hill's This is life in a paradise That thrills aiul (hrls and thrills! Oh, for gift 'but. to let.-p my heart A -111 I with croKs-rpfid Joy, Incense pure of the tfflys when I Was just a country hov! Webster's Definition. Mr. Joseph Willard. clerk or the feuperio:' court. Massachusetts, relates a good story concerning Daniel Web ster, tho famous A...

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. — 11 November 1905

JUSTICE COURT. The Hems Arrtvitfned and After Prelim' Trial Are Bound Over. BONDS MADE, PARTIES RELEASED A few days ago some of our local officials wont into the country to serve a writ of attachment on J. W. Hern, and when they appoachcd the home of the Mernn they were received at the opon muzzles of three shot guns and invited to retire. T hey did so without protest. Sheriff Street brought them in Tuesday night; they were arraigned before Judge Lawson. Preliminary trial was had and J. W. Hern and Elmer Hern were bound over in the sum of $700 and Monroe Hern in the sum of $200 to await the action of the Grand Jury. The evidence on the part of the prosecu tion showed that deputy sheriff Sam Hard wick went out to this ranch to serve a writ of attachment upon Hern in a suit brought against him by D. N. Williams. Hard wick was accompanied by Mr. Williams and Attorney Hittson. Upon their arrival the defendant resisted the service of the writ by standing off the officer and Messrs. Hitts...

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. — 11 November 1905

49 49 4? 49 49 4? 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 fcfr 49 49 4 1 t PRANK P. IIAR.MAN. Pres't. W. P. DVCIIANAN. (".Miner. The First National Bank OF TUCUMCARI.- ; General Banking Business Transacted. ; TUCUMCARI, - ' - N. M. LIVERY AND SALE STABLE. STREET & BAKER. jGood Rigs and Good Horses, J Teams and drivers to all points in the country, furnished on short notice. HAY AND GRAIN. Main St. Phone 42. FURNITURE CHAIRS ROCKERS WW Our Line Is Superb. Our assortment is complete and is so replete with every variety of style and beauty that wo are con fident it will outsell anything in the furniture line ever brought to Tucumcari. UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALM ERS. BARNES & RANKIN, TucumCdri, N. M. H This space belongs to the H H Missouri State Life Ins. Co. H H S. C. Pandolfo, Agent. X H Thanksgiving. Washington, D. C, Nov. ,j. The pres ent today issued his proclamation naming I'hursday, November 31), as a day f o r thanksgiving. The proclamation is as fol- ows: My the president of the Uni...

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. — 11 November 1905

JC Havoc io the Alps J Periodical Avalanches Involve Forests, Villages and Mountain Railways in Common Destruction (Special Correspondence.) The avalanche season Is at its height iu Switzerland, says a correspondent writing from Geneva. From all direc tions come tales of death ami whole sale destruction wrought hy enormous falls of melting snow, broken ice ami torrents of half-frozen muddy debris, containing huge blocks of stone, whole trunks of trees and solid masses ot serac and glacier. The damage already done is im mense. Within the past few weeks many forests, villages and mountain railways have been swept away, buried or destroyed. Avalanches have a curi ous knack of falling on the same ground year after year, and avalanche breakers are often built to protect surrounding life and property as far as possible. In many places avalanche breakers in the form of triangular stone walls have been erected to pro tect whole villages. There is a breaker of tills sort at Krauenkirch, near...

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. — 11 November 1905

SCIENTIFIC PROBLEM SOLVED Generation of Life by Artificial Means. PlRrEirttDjpHir Mental occupation is Important. At thirty-live ho hint mono :md honors, but lost them. For twenty years he lived a very simple and wandering or inactive life. During the last, five ears ho has been picking tip and now an Income of several thousand a year. A few days ago I called upon him. lie has an unusually comfortable office, lie had been rending how successful men eat ami he told mo thnt. they were reported to eat tiny thing they came across, not. pnying any attention to their stomach, but all of them were busy at some kind of work. His observation had been that when a man stopped work he soon went, to pieces; Hint systematic thought, and exercise were necessary for continued health. A mechanic, who has a little shop LAST OF A QUEEN'S LANDMARK. House 200 Years Old Seemed Able to Defy Another Century. An old farmhouse standing Just off Hill street, in the Rlls'-villc section of Long Island City, whi...

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. — 11 November 1905

The Tucumcari News The Tucumcari Printing (o S. R. MAY, Pros, and Man'r. Subscription, $1.50 the Year Application for transmission through U. S. Mail, as scfondLus Mail Matter, made through the Tneumearj poit'oflicci Tucumcari, N. M. Tucumcari has good water. The farmers have raised everything they have planted here. Tucumcari people are going to pull to gether for the good of the town and county. Socorro is to have a National Hank lo be conducted by Price Brothers of that city. Gross, Kelly & Co. are doing a splendid business we often see five to fifteen wagons loading out from there at a time. This locality is very similar in its topo graphy to the Amarilla country, only we have them bested in the fertility of soil. Herbert J. Hedgerman, of Roswell, is a contemplative candidate for Governor of New Mexico. And, there will be others, no doubt. Tucumcari unloads more freight than any point on the Rock Island and 151 Paso & Southwestern line between Liberal, Kan sas and I;l Pa...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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