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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 24 February 1906

I I Local and Personal l ii I t t j? IHE M. B. (IDENBEM (0. Harry Neal, of Texico, 1ms been here several days on business. The Southwestern pay car went through to Dawson Tuesday. If you have a house and lot to sell, list it with Lnwpon. tf Alex. Goldenberg went to To peka Sunday on a hurry up busi iness mission. J. 13. Murphy ,'of 121 Paso, is em ployed at Goldenberg's as book keeper. If you have deeded land or homestead improvements tosell Mist them wiih Llawson. tf If you have houses to rent, list them with Lawson. tf The Southwestern lost of coal at Hachita by fire 15th. 30 tons on the Wall bell's. paper for sale at Camp-tf If you want to sell your ranch, with cattle, horses, or sheep, list with Lawson. tf lien Cissel, deputy stock inspec tor of Puerto, was a Tucumcari visitor Monday. J. II. Nicx and Pete Essary were engaged in a lawsuit before "the Justice Court here Monday. The Malteson Brothers law firm will move into the Lawson build ing on Main street. JamesLocklear has con...

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. — 24 February 1906

Insanity and Drunkenness. There Ib no question of tho fact Hint Insano asylums nil ovor tho world nro to a grent extent recruited from tho clnss of hard drinkers, nnd from their offspring nnd descendants, says Pear son's Magazine. Twenty-one per cent, of tho lunntlcs now under restraint In the United States have an "alcoholic .history," liquor being cither the solo or a contributing cause or their misfor tune. Paresis, which of lato years has become so much more common, is a typical alcoholic brain disease, though not nlways nttributnblc to drink. It is noticeably frequent among brokers and actors, who as a class, are much ad dicted to constant "nipping." It is said that, for a skilled patholo gist, tho effects produced by alcohol upon tho brain of a "moderate" drinker are plainly visible under the micro scope. A diplomatic woman is one who is able to keep the same hired girl for three consecutive weeks. Swift & Company Year 1905 Sales. The total distributive sales for 1905 exce...

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. — 24 February 1906

GREETING TO THE NEW YEAR. Scotchmen Gather Annually In St. Paul's Churchyard, London. "Tho sad old churchyard of St. Paul's In London Is quiet and desort cd savo for ono night In tho year," aald an Englishman. "That night Is Now Year's eve. Then all the Scotch In Iiondon nil tho place. "Sinco Dr. Johnson's time the Scotch residents of London have seen the Now Year In together in St. Paul's churchyard. They begin to us Romblo at 0 o'clock and soon tho yard Is filled with Tarn O'Shantcrs, plaids, bare knees and bagpipes. ' "Scotch whisky is drunk freely as a safeguard against tho cold, imist air. There are a lot of 'Hechs' uid 'Hoot moils' to bo heard. Tho bag pipes squeal and squeak till you think yourself in the pork department of a slaughter house. "Then suddenly everything is hush ed. Tho Scotch clasp hands in a groat circle. The twelve strokes of mid night boom out solemnly. "TUey dio upon tho air and In a tre mendous chorus the Scotch sing 'Auld Lang Syne.' They sing it with fee...

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. — 24 February 1906

0. K. MEAT MARKET. STREET & JONES. Fresh and Salt Meats, Pigs Feet, Tripe, Lard, Bologna., Butter and Eggs. FisK and Oysters in Season. Poultry. MAIN STREET. PHONE 34. .. .r ; . ;;; WE MEET TRAINS AND TAKE CARE OF YOUR BAGGAGE. The Glenrock Hotel d. 0. HARRISON. PROPRIETOR Si Hfc&dq&i&rtefr'S for mrmpded Trade Opposite Rock Island Depot - o Rates Reasonable Tticumc&ri, New Mexico. THE ONLY FIRST CLASS HOTEL IN THE CITY. i: JACKSON-OALBRAITH-f OXWORTH CO. ( Incorporated January i st ioo.j.) j WINDOW GLASS A SPECIALTY-ALL SIZES Doors, Saslu Moulding, Finishing, Lime, Cement Etc. Your patronage is appreciated CALL and GOT PRICES Tucumcari, N. M. Warning Order In the District Court, Territory of Now Mexico, County of Quay. Montgomery Hell, Plaintiff, vs. Ida F. Love, Defendant, To Ida F. Love, Defendant in the above entitled cause; You are hereby notified that the above entitled cause, in which Montgomery Dell is plaintiff and you are defendant, has been communced an...

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. — 24 February 1906

, , LOCAL HEWS. , The Chccly brothers, who live 25 miles south of town, were in Thursday for lumber to build houses on their homesteads. Clint Rutherford is getting in a fine stock of saddles and harness. Thisis a new entei prise in Tucum cari that is worthy of patronage. 13. Clayton has sold the fine black mare he recently purchased from Donald Stewart for ? 125.00. H. is a regular David Uarum when it comes to trading horses. l. L. Carson, master mechanic of the eastern division of the Southwestern, made a trip of in spection over the line to Dawson Tuesday and Wednesday. Joseph Edwards, Secretary of t In; Virginia Company, was in from their Puerto sheep ranch Saturday and loaded out a four horse team with wire and provis ions from Gross, Kelly's. N. V. Galleiros. U. S. Court Commissioner, went to Clayton Wednesday where he will prepare an abstract of the land filings in Quay County so he may be able to correctly locate homesteaders who may hereafter want lands in Quay County. He i...

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. — 24 February 1906

THE DI SCOVER CARE OF THE BODY Of Lydia E. Pinkhajm's Vegetable Compound, the Great Woman's Remedy for Woman's Ills. How to Acquire and Retain the Priceless Posses sion of Good Health The Home Climate for the Consump tive. Change to another, usually a warm er, climate, was onco thought to ho the only hopo for the consumptives pa tient. At the present time, however, tliore Is a consensus of opinion among t ho lending authorities that thoro is no climate which has a specific cura tlvo power over consumption. Many, including Dr. S. A. Knopf of New York, an acknowledged expert on the treatment of consumption, hold that cures effected in the homo ollmnto In which the patients will have to live and work after their restoration to health, nro more lasting and assured than cures obtained In moro gonial climes. While It Is known that pa tients cured In the salubrious region of the west have bpen able to return and llvo iu the eastern states from whence they came, it is also known thut others...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 24 February 1906

Supplement to The Tucumcari News ISSUE OF FEBRUARY 24, 1906. Puerto Pickings. (.Correspondence Your correspondent has been away for several days and lias not succeeded in col lecting a very long budget this time. Hodges, our new neighbor, who has late ly located in this community, is preparing to build a home. Mr. Hush was a visitor in our commun ity last week. Joshua Hristo is the proud father of a brand now baby boy. The little follow made his arrival the lirst'of the week and he and his mother are doing well. The farmers are busy and are rushing work to be ready for planting their crops. Dr. Smith, a Kentuckian, has been among us a few days. lie is a very profi cient young gentlemen and we believe he is all that we should expect in his chosen profession. We have a healthy country out here; there is no sickness in the community. Frank Hond is looking for farm laborers this week and it seems that this sort of labor is very scarce. A little rain would held help now in the breaking o...

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. — 24 February 1906

APPREHENSION. Ittra, chtle, ran J It's tlmo fob you t hide! XJe dti.v la pass' when you kin bow an. auy, "Pleaso wnlk Inside," Wbcn Homebody's ringing nt do do' Dell. It mny be some one comln' wlf a now llnnnclnl plnn, Or niobbe It's a visit Turn do llfe-lnsur- anco rnnn. nut you wants to run fob cover Jos' ns busty as you can. Somebody's rlngln' at do do' belt. Run, chile, run! An hoi' you pennies tight. Somebody'B rlngln' at de do bell. If dey fin a you Iuih a dollar, doy will haunt you In do night. Somebody's rlngln' at do do' bell. I reckons It's de lan'lord come to say do rent Is due. Or mebbo It's a trust dat say dar aln' no - trust for you. But' whosomever 'tis, you wants to dis appear f'um view, Somebody's rlngln' at do do' boll. Washington Star. It was when I commanded an army post out on the border. Cornfields wave there now. We had been confined to the stock ade for so long that we felt a desire to romp across the prairie like young colts let loose from the four walls of ...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 24 February 1906

mm LIVE! STOCK Home-Made Ice. C. P. Cooper, writing hi the Dairy Record, says that at the Goodhue (Minn.) creamery, owned hy 15. G. Hammer, the following method of Ice storing has been very successful: The Ice house Is built with 2 by G studding boarded up both outside- and inside ex cept that tho inside boarding does not go quite to tho top. The inside boards are tacked on lightly so that they can be quickly removed, and an air space is left between tho studding. When the weather has settled down for tho winter remove all old Ice and sawdust and take out all sawdust from between tho inner and outer boarding. He place the inner boards. Secure a piece of pipo about the length of your lco house , and drlH a row of very small holes, oach row being about a quarter turn from Tho other, so that when the pipe is laid across tho ice house and conuectod with tho water system of tho creamery tho water will come out of these holes like a fountain and will be distributed all over-the floor, and...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 24 February 1906

H J 49 49 4? 49 4s? 49 49 HH31 Coney Island OMfORTABLE Bdr flit (die Treatment Good, Good Wines, Liquors and Cigars JAMES LANIGAN, Proprietor 1 K f White Elephant Saloon, Contest Notice. 'a or vr v w ttt ir wr " w v np Kentucky Whiskies, TRY THEM. H A. B. DAUBER, PROP. A. D. GOLDENI3EKG, Pres. K. L. TAYLOR, Sui-t. TUCUMCARI Water, Ice I Power Co (INCORPORATED.) Every enterprising citizen should patronize a. local industry or enterprise. eSSX WE ARE) HftR 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. Whitmore & Co. M. N. WHITMORE. PROP. The Place to Buy your Staple Fancy Groceries. We take your orders and make prompt delivery.. . . OVR. PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. Department of the Interior. VnitedStates Lund Office. Clayton, N. M., January uj, 1906. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed ...

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. — 3 March 1906

ffhe ffueumeari Volume i. No. 19. TUCUHCARI, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, HARCH 3. o6. Subscription $1.50 a year. THE RAILROAD OUTLOOK Many Improvements Contemplated for TucumccLri-Oolh R,ock Island and Southwestern will Increase Their Yard Capacity ROUND HOUSES AND SHOPS TO BE BUILT Tho News is not going to say that our information concerning tho intentions of the railroads with reference to their anticipat ed improvements is official, be cause none of the head officials have as yet announced the extent of their work here for publication anywhere. We probably know just about as much and again just about as little as our fellow townsmen of this matter. Hut "such as I have I will give thee." H. S. Moore's construction out lit is here on the ground, at least we are so informed, we have not seen them yet, from Topeka, and getting ready for business. Jack Mulligan is the man in charge of the construction work and Dan Mahoney camp foreman. Mr. Mahoney was with the Rock Is land during the constr...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 3 March 1906

WITH THE MODBIVV WHALEHS ''Thirteen American wlmlers of the San Francisco fleet, operating in Beau fort sea, to the north of Alaska, aro frozen fast In the ice Hoes there," writes P. T. McOratli to the Dally News from Newfoundland. "This faot is occasioning no little comment among those who know what this slm pie statement means. For when, in the past, whaling vessels have been engirt there and held for the winter, growsomo tragedies have resulted. Once a herd of reindeer had to be driven from Alaska to the whaling rendezvous by American government ulTleinls, the animals being then slaughtered to keep the crews alive. Another time a number of crews win tered ashore with the natives, and the contact with dirt and squalor gener ated a plague from which white men and brown men alike perished whole sale. Tragedies initially appalling be fell the Atlantic whaling ileots which usually wintered in Hudson bay and which almost invariably met some stiiih misfortune until now that inland sen i...

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. — 3 March 1906

Utilizing the Straw Stacks. Tho farm upon which I now livo la one devoted to this growing of grain vey largely, though It is not without Bome live stock. Before I came upon It tho straw nad been allowed to weather In tho Holds, nnd It wns not unusual to seo tho remains of stacks lhat had occupied certain spots for years. A few of thoso spots wero in tho fields, and tho former owner worked around them each season. 1 nskod him why ho didn't haul tho straw to tho barnyard and havo It worked up into nanurc. Ho replied that tho labor of doing that wan of more account than the extra manuro ho would get out of it. That may be th correct way of looking at it, but It Ls not tho method that I havo prac ticed since I -ame on the farm. 1 hauled all the stuff to the barnyard and cnrpeted tho whole yard with it to a depth of a foot or more when it was tramped hard. Tho stock trampled It all the fall last year and as soon as tue molsturo began to nppear in It I hauled In more. There was some sat i...

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 March 1906

0 00 J0 Wr -- - - "77 professional Cards. SMUt tK , TJJJ . .-. "- - ' MECHEM, ww;. :m" . 1. .57T- ."T"--- rf Distant Attornbv, ? - - Sfflu i f C DAV IDSON, V 'J ) , m - ;a ur , 3. ATTORNEY AT La W, MVM 1 V;M ; ; 5 n,r4a Jt E. WHARTON, s ..E&B ' :L " ' " 1 :t'i"t-; Attorney at Law. P HBflL m.!T . -' a jeaeml Civil and Criminal prac- JgE52H0'99HBHM " ' -it:'fi ;-tJve promt personal ? HHBjHHttM ' - iuAeSordo, - - New mxico. S r"5HMKBHPIIB d. 7 a ,. iw'fsiJ1 a rtiar9ftc fiHAw. A. LAW , 0. K. MEAT CTDCCT Jfc Fresh and Salt Meats, Pi$'s Feet, Tripe, Lard, Bologna Butter and Egs. Fish and Oysters in Season. Poultry. MAIN STREET. PHONE 34. WE MEET TP.AIMS AMD TAKE CASE C- fCU 2A33Aj3E. - The Glenrock Hotel J. J. HARRISON, PROPRIETOR Pkadq carters for JommerclaJ Trside Opposite Reck Island Depct ' R;e3 Rta&cnabk, TucumcAri, .Ne Mxko. THE ONLY FlPST CLASS JACKSON-OALBRAITH-FOXWORTH CO. WINDOW GLASS A SPECIALTY ALL Doors, Sash, Moulding, finishing, Lime, Cement Etc. ' our pstronwre ; C...

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 March 1906

LOCAL HEWS. I ,'im selling Victor Coal. Just received two cars, tl M. B. Fowler. If you have a house and lot to sell, list it witli Lawson. tf homestead improvements to sell list them with Lawson. tf If you have houses to rent, list them with Lawson. tf If you want to sell your ranch, with cattle, horses, or sheep, list with Lawson. tf The Tucumcari Townsite Com pany has taken all its real estate off the market, pending a meeting of the stockholder, at which time a new schedule of prices will be established. A. D. Pan key and family arriv ed Thursday from Alamogordo and have secured a residence on the south side. Mr. Pankey will go to work on the News immediately. He will have charge of the outside work of the paper and will also have charge of the outside business of the special edition we are pre paring to issue about the first of June. Freight Wreck. A freight wreck occured on the Kock Island Inst Monday east of Dalhart in which two or tlnee tramps were killed. Thecrew escaped in...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 3 March 1906

THIS TUCUMCAHE NEWS TUCUMCARI NEW MEXICO. The most effective nrgumont a charming woman enn use to a mnn la an appealing "Don't you think so?" Some man has just "thrown a rock nt Gen. Shafter." The extraordinary thing; about it is that he missed him. (letting up in the middle of n winter night to run ninety miles might not seem such great sport to some peo ple. John Bartlett, compiler of the well known "Familiar Quotations," is dead. "After life's fitful fever, ho sleeps well." The Kansas City Judge who decided "lat silk skirts are not a necessary of life should have consulted some mar ried man. Cato learned Greek at 80, and now a Chicago mnn SO years old has se cured a marriage licence. Another slap at Osier! How homelike and familiar that closing sentence of Capt. Amundsen's message to Nansen: "Wire me ?500 as soon as possible." Yes, Gentle Annie, It is safe to mar ry on $1,000 a year; that Is, it is Just as safe as It is to marry on any other amount per annum. Mr. Ryan acted like ...

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 March 1906

nrcn (CopyrlKht, 1005, by "What's tho matter with Enton was ho over Jilted?" asked Perkins lighting a fresh cigar and gazing curiously at tho receding figure of tho confirmed old bachelor of tho club as ho walked into tho dining room. "Why?" asked Brown "Has ho been showing you a bunch of sour grapes?" "Well, I should think so," replied Perkins "came In and said ho had heard I was about to bo married and was sorry ho couldn't congratulnto Die. Was compelled to offer me his deepest commiseration Instead. When I began to bridle said ho didn't know the lady so there was nothing person al about it but wanted to record his warning that no fellow ever know anything about a woman anyway and when he married just put his foot in n trap. Might bo reasonably happy, ho said, but if so it was purely a happenstance as no man could fathom a woman's mind or her ways. Did some fair damsel do things to him?" "Didn't you ever hear his story?" afrked Brown reflectively. "No; fire ahead, old man," respo...

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 March 1906

The Tucumcari News Published Saturdays The Tucumcari Printing (o. :il Tucumcari, New Mexico. Official Paper, Quay County. Subscription, St. 50 the Year "Entered jj sceond'dju matter (X-tobcr 30. 1903 it the pojj office at Tucumciri. New Mexico under uct til Cr.np,rcs ol March J. 1879." Tucumcari is growing. Tucumcari is the best small town in Now Mexico. It is not going to bo small always. It is going to be a hard matter to and a man who will look after penitentiary matters as has Bur sum. The man who succeeds him has no sinecure ahead of him. There is probably no section of New Mexico increasing in popu lation as fast as Quay County. Wc are gaining two or three hun dred a month. Under the anti-gambling bill now bofore the Senate as amend ed; should it become a law, owners of gambling houses are held equal ly reliable with proprietors. The measure gets a little stronger in Its progress along the course of the Senate- The News is going to send a man to you pretty soon to ask you to s...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 3 March 1906

ft Local and Personal I 1 R. P. Donohoo is making his home on his ranch south of town. Wall paper for sale at Camp bull's, tf John Coebcl returned the first of the week from Amarillo. Little Mary Mittson had an arm dislocated at the elbow Monday afternoon bv fallimr off a buirirv tongue. Miss Emma J alms is expected today from St. Louis, where she went to buy millinery. W. F. Buchanan and W. A. Jackson went to Amarillo on a hur ry up business mission Tuesday. Dr. Lapsey, assistant surgeon at Dawson, was here Tuesday en route to Kansas City. . R. L. Patterson has been hauling- lumber this week for improve ments on his homestead. Dr. J. Q. Welch and wife, of Parsons, Lincoln County, were here Wednesday en rout'- to Daw son . W. H. Oyler came in Sunday from Cooper, Texas, where he was called on account of the fatal ill uess of his father. Ho did not get home in time to see his father alive. John Hall of the party of Sandy Creek homeseekers here this week has decided to stay and look af...

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 March 1906

'peTPIBUTION oppmrf Shoes (Copyright, 1P05, by Sho always declared that It was the little hole in the too of her stocking that caused It all. It was such a tiny little hole, but tho bright color spread over her pale face at the dis covery and gave it a beauty that James Eliot was quick to notice. She had sat up late the night be fore to mend them carefully, but hav ing grown so thin, they could not bear tho strain of darning. It had taken many weeks to save up enough money for tho new shoes and she had needed them so much. On entering the store she felt that every clerk was looking at her shabby shoes. Sho remembered afterward that the tall, dark man, tho jprletor, who waited on her, did not seem tc i notice their shnbblness and treated her with the courtesy to which she : had been accustomed In happier days, i Sho smiled half bitterly as sho re- ' membered her extravagance in those days. Her mania for pretty shoes had boon a family joke. Her thoughts were Interrupted by a J pleasan...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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