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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 17 March 1906

Supplement to The Tucumcari News ISSUE OF MARCH 17, 1906. TER.RITORIALISMS Something About Who.1 is Goinji On All Over New Mexico. Congress will appropriate S25, 000 for the establishing of lish hatcheries for New Mexico. The Silver City papers say stock of all kinds arc coming out of the winter in fine shape in southwest New Mexico. The postofficc at Nogal on the Capitan branch of the Southwest ern was robbed a few days ago, and it is believed S200 were taken. No clue to the identity of the rob bers has been found. An Otero County prospector struck a How of hot soda water in the Eddy soda mines in the White Sands west of Alamogordo a few days ago. The strike is a peculiar one and may be the means of profit to the soda company. William Howard, an aged col ored man. who has for years lived near lularosa, was tounu dead in his cabin on March btn, and it is believed he was murdered for his money. Old Nigger Bill," as Howard was familiarly x called, many years ago served a term in the I...

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. — 17 March 1906

1 IJZZLK ifOH 'JIMMY." KNEW HE HAD ENGAGEMENT, BUT WHERE? Young Man Popular With the Fair Sex Had Really Pathetic Talo to Tell, but It Was Largely His Own Fault Two Hours of Hard Work. "Awfully sorry, old man." cried Daw son hurriedly, but 1 can't stop a mili um In an awful rush: Got six calls to make between eight and half-past ton." "It must be painful to bo so popu lar," was the ironical reply. "Painful! It s a downright shame: That's what ! call it. What? Well. I don't care if I do. old man. Perhaps Just one will help me see it through." The two wandered tl. v.uiih the near oat gilded door, and Dawson told his pathetic story. "Say. did you ever notice the differ ence in a woman's voice when she talks over the telephone and when she uses the same vocal chords in ordinary conversation? It seems they call up all the silvery nof's the moment they lut their mouths to a transmitter, and what you hear at the other nd is a sweet cadence, a rippling of purling waters, a dropping of molte...

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. — 17 March 1906

THE MOVEHJV ST There lay a man In n hospital with hla fnco all Boamod niui Hcaiictl A groan of tm In from Ills hll.storcd lips fard; nU Br"-a wltli His hair wh slned to Unzv tuft and hla browlcss cyea wito red Whoro tho llurnos had swopt from hit whiskered chin to the' to , of h aohhiK head; Then the mil so c-amo In with n noLsohs Uled brow; S" "moolhwI wrln" "Did yon save a child from a tenement that was wreathed in llame. or how Did you come by all these cruel scans V" J here fell a moment's pauno: And nxVolco, froni tll(J hatidasoH replied No, I was a Bantu Clans!" "II was n Santa Clans."' ho said, "with a cotton batting heard. And a wlpr of cotton biittlntr hnlr. and tho Christmas ttei-. upi eared, Was bright with candles all a llame. and I took tho presents down Till the fire department put mu out and saved the rest of town In a gallant tight. And ou see me now n waited and broken man. I tn cruel scars on my brow and chock for a curious world to scan, And men will aak what deed...

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. — 17 March 1906

1 II Bar and we OOL OMfORTABLE Treatment Good. Good Wines, Liquors and Cigars, Coney Island Proprietor t ; JAMES LANIGAN, 1 ...... . 6 49 4? 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 it White Elephant Saloon, li Kentucky Whiskies, TRY THEM. A. B. DAUBER, . . PROP. o Cf o cf w o o or o or o o cm- t r o- cv or Of r c Of o cocv-opoi-cc'C'O-cesr. is. ofr 68 A. D. GOLDENBERG, Phes. or or or WW E. L. TAYLOR, SorT. TUCUMCARI Water, Ice I Power Co (INCORPORATED.) Every enterprising citizen should patronize a. local industry or Enterprise. iMrf WE ARE HERE TO STAY, ANDSOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE. OUR RATES REASONABLE. J. A. STREET, Prop. Newly Renovated and Refurnished THE ONLY FIRST CLASS ROOMS IN THE CITY. PATRONIZED BY THOSE WHO KNOW. Reasonable ..... Price; 1 4 jfci Ati A A a a A ft A iiti ii Ai A nifri rfti A rft Whitmore fe Co. Wl. N. WHITMORE, PROP. The Place to Buy your I Staple I Fancy Groceries. We take your orders and make prompt deliver)'.. . . OVR. PR.ICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. RAILROAD SITUATION...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 31 March 1906

She yueumean Volume i. No. 23. TUCUHCARI, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY. HARCH 31, 1906. Subscription $1.50 a year. CUR.RY HAS A CLOSE CALL FOR HIS LIFE Natives Ha.d Gathered to Surren der But Make Bolo Rush AT A SIGN FR.OM THEIR LEADERS Curry Swam Ihc River nntl Was Lust (or Thirty-Six Hours Manila, P. I., March Governor Curry is safe and well, but the particulars of his rescue are not available at this hour. Governor Huchanan, commanding the de partment of the Visayas, has left for Cat balogan, the capital of the island of Samar, to lend the aid of the federal government to the insular authorities if desirable. Small detachments of federal troops are now assisting the constabulary in pursuit of the fugitive Pulajanes. OFFICIAL ACCOUNT INTHRUSTINO PAKTICtJ I.AltS. Washington, D. C, March 26. The of: ficial account of the light with the Pula janes on the island of Samar, were received at the War Department today, from Gov ernor General Ide, as follows, "Saturday morning, March 2.1th, Gov ern...

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. — 31 March 1906

WOMAN FR.OM NEW MEXICO TR.IES SUICIDE IN DENVER. An attempt at snicidu occurred in Den ver Tuesday, in which a woman from New Mexico and an employe of the Hell Munch in the northern part ol the territory are the principals, the woman having attempt ed to take her life. On the affair the Den ver Post has the following: Her money squandered by a man who professed to love her, then beaten and de serted by him, Mrs. draco Marker Judd, sister of Dr. Joseph K. Marker, president of the Illinois Woman's College, of Jack sonville, III., and daughter of a highly re spected old English family of that place, tried to send her soul to eternity this morn ing by swallowing a quantity of laudanum. The unhappy woman was almost dead when discovered by the landlady at IJ5S Kiuhteenth street, and a call sent in for the police ambulance. Police Surgeon Harta responded, and by the hardest work he succeeded in reviving the woman and saving her life. Me hurried her to the county hospital, and there she is ...

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. — 31 March 1906

J Kentucky Blue Grass. (I'oa pratensls.) This Is one or tlw; vcrv famous grasses of the Utiitod Stales and one of the most valuable. In different parts of the country It Is known by different names, among which are: Green Meadow Grass, June Grass, Common Spear Grass. The grass attains u good height, sometimes being 30 Inches tall. Tl'O .eaves' are narrow and long and tv"o oaslly distinguishable from Canadian blue grass, which has a broad leaf. Tho roots are perennial and creeping, and a pasture of this grass, if taken care of, will last for many years. The grass starts to grow very early in the aprlng and flowers lu the North era United States in June. It likes 1 limestone soli, and on a soil rich iu lime it establishes Itself by forming u very compact sod. This grass is better adapted to pas ture than to hay meadow, for the rea aon that it does not work well Into the rotations. It takes three or four years for It to form a compact sod. When a pasture has been once taken by blue gra...

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. — 31 March 1906

I 0. K. MEAT MARKET. STREET Fresh and Salt Meats, Pigs Feet, Tripe, Lard, Bologna., Butter and Eggs. Fish and Oysters in Season. Poultry. MAIN STREET. PHONE 34. JACKSON-GALBRAITH-fOXWORTH GO. (Incorporated January ist kjo.).) WINDOW GLASS A SPECIALTY ALL SIZES Doors, Sash, Moulding, Finishing, Lime, Cement Etc Your patronage CALL and GET PRICES DO IT NOW! IF VOU CON l'liMl'LATIi A MSIT WKST TO California or Hexico TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE REMARKABLE Low One Way Rates IN EFFECT DAILY TO APRIL 7, VIA. El Paso & Southwestern TWO THROUGH TRAINS DAILY CARRYING WIDE VESTIBULED TOURIST SLEEPERS TO Los Angeles and Southern California WITHOUT CHANGE. CLOSE CONNECTIONS AT EL PASO FOR Chihuahua, Zacatecas, Mexico City AND ALL POINTS IN THE REPUBLIC. For rates, folders, schedules H. H. HARGIS. AQT. O. R. I. & E. P. RY. TUCUMCARI d. P. DONOHUE. AQT. E. P. &. 8. W. SYS. TUCUMCARI & JONES. is appreciated Tiicumcari, N. M. and other information call on V. R. STILES. GEN. PASSENGER AGT....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 31 March 1906

DODSON DOINGS. What is Goinjl On in (he Village ol Our Neighbors to (lie South of Us. (Correspondence'. Peggram has finished sowing oals, Claud Baker is drilling a well for Win. Capps. Walter Elliot is out after a long scigc of the grip. James Wise is going to farm 80 acres this year. Surface water was getting scarce before the late rain. Mart Morton is here from Oklahoma visiting the Coopers. T. A. Wayne's horse past ure is now all filed on by homesteadurs. Messrs. Stephens, Morton and Briscoe are branding calves this week. lonn Morton and II. E. Cooper were guests of Wm. Capps Sunday. Nine more prospective settlers were here Monday looking for homes. Gus Buyers will put in twenty acres of beans and G. W. Jones fifteen acres. Gus Buyers, who dug the well on the Capps homestead found water at feet. Al Bearman has left an order with W. M. Briscoe for a riding attachment plow. Sid Williams has sold out his claim and improvements and has moved north of Bud Capps. Mr. Mearst, of Arkansa...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 31 March 1906

FARM The Tree Peddler. Having seen a great deal on Ihe much abused tree peddler, allow aie to say what I think on this line. Now everything has Its Inception or source, 'and before, wo Indorse or condemn "anything we should look well to Its ouroa. In my opinion the biggest Sicrtvl against the despised tree peddler 'comes from certain characters of nar row principles in that direction, and the majority of these Individuals are those that poso as nurserymen and horticulturists, men that grow nursery stock by proxy and always manage to hold a good, fat position. Now as to the despised tree ppd dl'r, there may be one now and then with impure motives, but a very large majority of them aro of a high moral vharncter, educated and honest, cheer fully taking up their arduous work of fcolng out in the country, traveling in nil kinds of weather and alt kinds of dominions thnt a man on the road .lns up against, interesting the farm ers and land owners in plant ins: orch ards and teaching them h...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 31 March 1906

Superior qunllty nnd fxtrti qunntlty must win. This In wliy Dellnnce Starclt is taking the place of all others. FooIb rush In whero nngols four to wed. , A OUAHANTEKD CVllV. FOU rir.ER. ItchlnK. Illlliil, MrcrtltiK, 1'nitrinllnR l'llfn. DriiL" KlM oro nthorlxril to refund money If I'AZO OINTMENT falls to rtiro In C to II day. 00c. A Kansas City man has been flnefl Tor carrying ten bottles ol beer under his coat. Still, be Is better off than If he had had them under his vest. Woman's Trials. Tho blttor trail In u woman's llfo Is to no childless. Who can toll how hard the strugglo may have beon ore she learnt roslgn herself to her lonoly lot? Tho ab aence of this link to bind marital llf together, tho absence of this ono pledg' to mutual affection Is a common disap pointment. Many unfortunate couple bocome estranged thereby. Evon If tho' do not drift apart, ono mny read the whol'" extent of their disappoint mnnt In tho eyes of such a childless couple when thoy rest on the chlldron of ...

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. — 31 March 1906

9 The Tucumcari News Published Saturdays He Tucumcari Printing (o. at Tiicunicari, New Mexico. Official Paper, Quay (ounty. Subscription, $1.50 the Year "Entered aj stcond-tlau mailer October )0. WB ol tlie r office H Tucumciri, New Mexico under act ol Cimp.rcsi ol Mjrtli J, 1879." If the assessor will do his duty for the next sixty days, Juay county will 1; in but ter condition in 1907. If we can't be admitted to the Union, let us unite as a people to make New Mexico the best territory under the supervision of Uncle Sam. A good many of our people feel very poverty stricken now when they meet the county assessor. Propetry valuations will nearly double in Quay county this year nevertheless. Kor the benefit of the Hoswell Tribune we wish to state that a 50-acre bean patch is going to be as common as corn bread in Quay county this year. We arc the stuff when it comes to frijolcs. New Mexico people will be pleased to learn that Geo. Curry is safe and well and that the Pulajancs did not ...

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. — 31 March 1906

I ji Local and Personal I i i Dark delicious cliocolatu at thu Top Notch. tf Iingineor Harvoy spont the day in town Wednesday. Look for the Easter candies at the Top Notch. tf Charles Wyatt, a former resident of this city, has returned. Duley has opened a cafe. Look him up and lake a chance tf Sara Hardwick is going to build a new house on his ranch. Duley is not a doctor, but he can cure you if you are hungry. tf County Clerk J. V. Gallegos went to his ranch Tuesday for a week's trip. Duley keeps what you want; see him when you are hungry. t( C. M. O'Donnell, manager of the Bell ranch, was a business visitor. Duley knows how to fix it. What? Something good to eat. Duley is getting ready to give you some thing to eat. tf J. N. Stradley and John Petty of Puerto were business visitors here Tuesday. Kill up at Duley's, that is. if you are hungry. lf There are fewer idlers in Quay County than anywhere else in New Mexico. Duley's Cafe; look it up when you want to eat. tf S. R. May began ...

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. — 31 March 1906

SPOILED LAWYER'S FINE PLEA. Col. Benton Overreached In Eager ness to Make Point. During the first hcnrlng of tho fa mous Crocker will case in tho su premo court, heforo Judgo Ltithrop nnd a jury, there were ninny Inter esting and amusing tilts between tho eminent counsel engaged In the case Robert M. Morse for Ihe contestants of the will, and Col. Joseph II. Ben ton, Jr.. for the executors. Perhaps at no time during Hie hear ing, however, was there uiy better ex hibition of wit than In tho summing up of counsel before the jury. At one point Col. Benton was trying to Impress upon tho jury that the ex pression "old fool," alleged to have been used by one of tho Interested parties, might reasonably be construed as n term of endearment. "For example." explained Col. Ben ton, "King Lear called his fond daugh ter, 'my dear pretty fool.'" Here he waited a moment to let the point sink Into the minds of the jury. Judge Lathrop, however, who had been listening with Intense Interest, leaned fo...

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. — 31 March 1906

(Copyright. 190C, by "Mrs. Vandervclt will bo down In a few moments, sir," the servnnt said, ns Bho ushered the visitor luto the drawing room. Vantlervelt gazed about the room and his eyes rested on a photograph i.vlne nn the table It was the por- i rnii oi nis divorced wife tuo woman fho "would ho down In rt few mo idents." "A picture of her," ho muttered, with a wistful, but hopeless look In his eyes. Ho still loved her yes, loved her more than ever befdro but he knew now that this folly had built a barrier between them that could never be torn asunder. "A picture of her Just as she look ed when 1 last saw her; at least, just as she would have looked had she been happy. How she must hate me now. God knows, 1 deserve ihe hntc." Cursing himself tor being a fool, Vandervelt continued his soliloquy What folly and what cruelty had been his desertion of her his devoted wife! And his boy did Francis know what a cowardly beast his fath er had been? And the divorce they had agreed to yes, ...

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. — 31 March 1906

HMOR IJSf ENGLISH ELECTIONS American economists and some men who are not economists figured on the billboards in the British political cam paign now closing. "I am opposed to free trado because it degrades Ameri can labor," was quoted from McKin Icy by the Chamberlain party. Oppo site it a free trado sentiment from Q rover Cleveland was posted by the liberals. Robert P. Porter was quoted in favor of Chamberlain and near by the free traders asked in giant type, "Who's Porter?" On a unionist post er: "I am convinced that Britain will tall in with Chamberlain on that. Un less it does it will go down in the commercial strife of the nations. Mr. Hummel, the best-known lawyer at the New York bar." Below this the radicals add: "Now in the peni tentiary." Joseph Chamberlain was howled down in Derby at the height of the campaign in a meeting of 4,000 peo ple. Mr. Chamberlain's chairman, Capt. Holford, assailed the Interrupt ers with rhetorical shrapnel, but they only screamed with laughter. ...

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. — 31 March 1906

MEXICANS WILL NOT R.E- I ALIATE A prominent Muxicnn of tlies territory in commenting in a letter to the press on the bigoted action of Texas democrats in liddy county in excluding Mexicans from the primaries, calls attention to the fact that it was a Mexican legislature that created the county of liddy, tlit it was a Mexican legislature that established the Military Institutoat Koswoll, that it was a Mexican that gave this country all its line educa tional institutions. The writer referred to is broad-minded enough to say that the Mexicans of the territory will attempt no retaliation, that it will never be one ol Spanish descent to raise the race issue in New Mexico. However, the action of the party "reaction and retrogression" in liddy county can scarcely fail to inlluence voters throughout the territory -Optic. CONVICTS GROW FLOWERS Floriculture as a means of refining the nature of hardened criminals is the re markable experiment being carried on at the territorial penitentiary at...

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. — 31 March 1906

i 49 4? 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 LEAN OOL OMfORTABLE Treatment Good, Good Wines, Liquors and Cigars l k 11 Coney Island M id Cafe j JAMES LANIGAN, Proprietor White Elephant Saloon ? X Kentucky Whiskies, TRY THEM. A. B. DAVBER, PROP. I (l b it. A. D. GOLD15NHI5RO, Puns 15. I.. TAYLOR, St l'T. TUCUMCARI Water, Ice I Power Co (INCORPORATED.) Every enterprising citizen should patronize a. local industry or ftnterprisi. laKTrf WIO ARE I110RK TO STAY, AND vSOUCIT YOUR PATRON AG 10. OUR RATES REASONABLE. J. A. STREET, Prop. Newly Renovated and Refurnished THE ONLY FIRST CLASS ROOMS IN THE CITY. PATRONIZED BY THOSE WHO KNOW. Reasonable ..... Pricvs. 4 Whitmore & Co. m. N. WHITMORE, PROP. The Place to Buy your Staple I Fancy Groceries. We take your orders and make prompt delivery.. . . OUR. PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. BIG COKE CAMP AT DAWSON, N. M. By (he Time the Phelps-Dodf'e Road Reaches the Town 648 Ovens Will Be in Operation, FOUR HUNDR.ED HOUSES UP During llio pasl year there lias b...

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. — 7 April 1906

9he Views Volume i. No. 24. TUCUnCAKI, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY. APRIL 7, 1906. Subscription $1.50 a year. SHADE TREES BEST SUITED TO THIS CLIMATE Fabian Garcitv, of (he Agricultural Col lege, Issues Bulletin Concerning Trees Which Do Host in This Locality Fabian Garcia of t lie: New Mexico Col lege of Agriculture mul Mechanical Arts and Agricultural F.xpcrimcut Station, has sunt out thu following bulletin, which will be read with interest by those interested in the beautifying of their homes: "It is gratifying to know of tins interest being taken in tree planting and the orna menting of grounds. This should be en couraged in every possible way. School children on Arbor Day can do much in helping to ornament the school grounds. "In planting shade trees or any other ornamental, it is well to remember that its final success depends on a number of fac tors, and the ones which I wish to mention at this time are the adaptability of the plant to our conditions and to the treat ment or managem...

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. — 7 April 1906

TUB TUCUMt'AKI NRWS TUCUMCARI NEW .MEXICO. 01(f man diddles wants to know what's tho use of wondering whether tliero are people on Mars, when wa cint sell them anything. Tho Scottish peer who Is to marry Lady .Mary Hamilton, with her $1. 000,000 a year, may not have any mon ey, but ho is Graham bred. Mrs. Theodore Nenlos of Bitter Township, Ponn., has just presented her husband with No. 17. Is there any thing in this name Theodore? Most of us love work, but still tho fact that wo had overlooked a few chores would hardly enable a hypnot ist to recall us from the brink of the grave. John Gnzlcs of New York fell scv-cnty-flvo feet, off the Palisades. Ho landed in a tree, and lives. Thoro nro those who are willing to bet he can't do it again. It is to bo hoped that the news that an American cornet player is receiv ing $1,500 a week in Paris won't start the man next door to practicing here after double time. Young John Rockefeller comes to the front with the novel observation that everyb...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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