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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 30 June 1906

ADEQUATE ARGUMENT The Globe-Democrat, in speak ing of the admission of the new State of Oklahoma; recently said: The southwest has been growing in recent years in popoulation. business activities and wealth faster than any other part of the country. Statehood for the twin territories will give a new impetus to this section's expansion. The inrush to the new state will be arger than at any recent time. Statehood has many advantages, political and social, over the ter ritorial status. Property of all sorts in the new state will increase at once in value. Railroad con struction, already active, will be extended. One or two additional lines through the new state are projected. Of course, if Arizona and New Mexico accept the mer ger, as they may do when the is sue comes up to them in practical shape next November, the south west's prestige will be still further advanced. Statehood lor them would send in capital and settlers, and give them an expansion in a year such as would not come to ...

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. — 30 June 1906

some: good desserts, limb wasted with eczema Variety of Sweets Suited to "Warm Dnyr of Summer nnd n Japan ese Fruit Ice. For the woman with refined tastes, who is obliged to satisfy her desire for beauty and tasteful variety on a mod erate income, housekeeping bet-omen a matter or nice balanced, especially In regard to the table. Success is made possible, however, by a minute atten tion to details. Variety Is ...e sp.ee of life, and where the dull level of plain pie and pudding is varied with a de licious dessert, simplicity may b? ex ercised in the rest of the menu, or vice .vena, the elaborate dinner may have for its dessert a basket of apples or other fruit. Gelatine forms the basis of a largo variety of refreshing des sert, of which I give a few: Snow Pudding. Dissolve half a lnx of gelatine in a pint of water, adding the juice of two lemons and a cupful of sugar. Ilring to a boil, strain, and when partly cool, add the whites of two eggs, and beat till white. Pour in'o a mold, a...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 30 June 1906

DIES US FORETOLD IE WESTERN EDUCATOR EXPIRES AT APPOINTED TIME. HIS MYSTERIOUS WARNING. Mnp of Lifo Was Unfolded in Sleep a Year Ago nnd Voice WhlRpered When Fntnl Illness Would Begin. Omaha, Neb.-William II. Allen, formerly a well-known nnd popular educator of Omaha, Kansas City nnd othor western cities, who diud the oth-pi- day of apoplexy at Kdgemont, S. D.. whore he was superintendent or the public schools, had a strange dream a year ago In which ho was forewarned Jf the precise time of his deat.i. In his dream, as Mr. Allen related It later, he saw a map representing a review of r.O years, or all hut on Jear of his life. The map was divided Into five sections, each section reu resenting a decade of his life, all the prlncipnl events nnd many of the in cidents of which were clearly revealed lo him. He examined the map sec lion by section, smiling hero over fome bit of comedy in his life, weeping there over some bit of tragedy, and living over again the years that were gone. When...

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. — 30 June 1906

Get your Cold ! Drink at Campbell's COMPLIMENTS THE GOOD WOR.K OF GOVERNOR CVRR.Y The sixth annual report of the Philippine commission, just issued contains the following reference to Captain George Curry, of Lincoln county, where he served as pro bate clerk, assessor and sheriff, and afterwards a member of the territorial council. The abstract from the report, here reproduced, follows a mention of Mr. Curry's administration as governor of the province of Samar: "Governor Curry came to the islands as a volunteer officer in the early days of the American occupation, and was afterwards em ployed in various responsible po sitions by the civil government, and has always shown administra tive capacity of a high order. He was sympathetic and kind, but at the same time firm and courageous. He spoke several native dialects and possessed to a rare degree the faculty of engaging the affections of the people with whom he came in contact. Altogether he was ad mirably equipped for the work as si...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 30 June 1906

mnmmmmmTm nmmnmm TTTmnnnnn rnmnimnnmmnnmmmifmnna I El. ELLIi i City Transfer. Draviiir 1 City Transfer, Wrayagge, 1 Waiter C r WE MOVE PIANOS. WiiWiUWUUliiAimUliUUil UUUUliiiUllUa aUilHUiiUHUliiiilUiiUlliiiiiUlUiil A DIRECTORY OF THE BUSINESS PEOPLE Doing Business in Tucumca..'i and Qua.y County. A LIST OF NEWS ADVERTISERS WfctcH The Ad in The News, They will Help You When You Wnt To Buy Street & Jones, O. K. Meat Market. Jackson-Galbraith-Foxworth Co. Lumber and Building Material. M. C. Mechem, Lawyer. C. C. Davidson, Lawyer. W. J. Hittson, Lawyer. Matteson & Matteson, Lawyers, Teo. D. Martinez, County Surveyor. JJ. F. Herring, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. M. H. Koch, Funeral Director and Embaltner. N. V. Gallegos, U. S. Court Commissioner. Tucumcari Boot & Shoe Shop. Gross, Kelly & Co, General merchandise, wholesale and retail. W. T. Nicholson, blacksmith and Horseshoeing. White Front Restaurant. Hock Island Eating House. Top Notch Store, Confectionery and Groceri...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 30 June 1906

Don't Poison Baby. yH HOME-MADE BEDSPREADS. Suggestions for tho Treatment of Different Beds and What Ma terials to Use. A very pretty one was recently made from a linen sheet. A Item six inches wide was turned up on thrc Hides or it, and hciu-Mitehcd. A slinl pie scallop was then worked all iirouni' it on the double cle and cut out. A design showing hunches ot elms anthemums and leaves, joined hy a running design of rlhhon. was made exnt l' to lit the top of the lied -and a similar design was put acros tho upper end to go over the ho'ster roll. The worl; was done in ii?avy. white mercerized cotton the rihhon being darned in. anil the flowers nrl leaves heavily saift'ed and worked iti satin stitch. Kor a yellow and white room tlt" spread was made of six yards of nlain yellow wash material. ::fi indies wide, costing eight cents a yard. This, wa cut into six pieces, each one yard square, and joined together, tnree pieces on each side, with insertion about three inches wide. In the ("li...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 30 June 1906

ELECTRIC MOTOR CUR RAPIDLY SUPPLANTING STEAM LOCOMOTIVES. Steps Which the Grcnt Railroads Arc Taking: to Install the New Motive Power Cheaper, Cleaner and Better. A few years ago wlion .some one had the boldnes to propound tlio question: "Will tli electric railway motor .sup plant tlio steam locomotive'.'" U excit ed a smile of amused incredulity among railroad men, and nothing more, but the developments of recent years has clearly demonstrated that electricity is about to give the steam . locomothe a light to a finish, with the odds in favor ol the former motive power. it was in 1SSS that the first street car was successfully pulled through the streets of Richmond, Va., by an elec tric motor, and from that liable be ginning ii has widened its sphere of usefulness until it has not only be come the motive power on suburban and interurban lines, hut many electric roads have been built to parallel steam lines, and has shown itself a danger ous rlVal, for whereas the first electric cars...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 30 June 1906

THJB CITY HOTJEJL . 'er . ) ana (cment "The only occlusive Clothing and Di Goods stotv in (Juay Co." GREAT CLEARANCE SALE OF LADIES' LINEN AND SILK SHIRT WAISTS Sale from Monday July 2nd, to Saturday July 7th All 65c, 75c and $1 .00 waists at All 1.25, l.5o and 1.7s waists at $1.00 $1.50 One-third off on white silk shirt waists All 2.oo, 2.5o and 3.oo waists at Take advantage ol this offer and get your waists for less than the value of the material that is in them. I The Golden Rule Cash Store. I "Every tiling for lCverybody." T T T f T W 'W W V V 'V V f W V V "V Whitmore & Co. M. N. WHITMORE. PROP. The Place to Buy your Staple Fancy Groceries. KANSAS CITY HEATS FISH, ETC. We take your orders and make prompt delivery.. . . OUR. PRJCES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. 4 itfa iflfci riftw i-lltk dtk iA At Jtk DIVORCE NOTICE No. Ollik May Siiortt, vs Ja.mks W. Shout i In the District Court for tue Sixth Judi cial District of the Territory of New Mexico, within and for the County of Quay. To James...

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 July 1906

Quay County to J$0S ffhe ffueumeari Jiews Volume i. No. 37. TUCUHCARI, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY. JULY 7, 1906. Subscription $1.50 a year. A BLOODY TRAGEDY AT THE RED LIGHT An Infuriated a.id Jealous Woman Murders Her Ri val in Cold Blood. STABBED WITH SCISSOR. S Last night at a little past 7 o'clock occurred one of the blood iest tragedies across the track at the Red Light that has yet occur ed in that section of town. A wo man called Ruby, in a fit of in furiated jealosy, stabbed to death an associate by the name of Blanche. They quarrelled over a lover and Ruby swore she would have the life of Blanche and also that of another woman, and ran to the room of Blanche and sprang on here like a tigress, stabbing her eight or ten times with a pair of scissors the fatal wound being in the left side of the neck. The negro cook and the madam of the house dragged the murderess through the door and off the dying woman, but too late, the bloody work had already been done. The woman Ruby was arrest...

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 July 1906

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Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 7 July 1906

UI .t?;v7 t I I THE NEST AND THE COOP. It la n Mistake to Overcrowd the Former, and to Have the Lat ter Too Small. Do not over-crowd the no.st with eggs under the broody hen. Nine eggs well covered are far better tlnn will be a greater number badiy cov ered. 11' thnro are too many eggs un der the lien, she cannot keep tbetn a'l evenly warm, so a bad hatch Is the outcome of her three weeks of con stant attention to the nest of eggs. Small hens will cover nine, luediuni slzed 11 to i:5; some are equal to cov ering in to advantage. If any of her Hi When the chicks are hntch t., ,iame rule applies the coop tav the hen and ehlcls cannot be too large; those used nro much too small. There nhould ho plenty of room within tho crop for the hen to move about, stand erect, flap her wings iind exercise, usually she must stretch her head through the slats to stretch her nock, the coop being so narrow and con fined that she can scarcely turn alnu' ; which Is cruelly detrimental to tho i liftn nnd ...

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. — 7 July 1906

1 " ' " 'trtT'TrTi i1 i-m mn WHMfcnHiM iMli iH' n l XI l i MliMi'WlW""'"' 0. K. MEAT MARKET, STREET & JONES. Fresh and Salt Meats, Pigs Feet, Tripe, Lard, Bologna., Butter and Eggs. FisK and Oysters ii Season. Poultry. MAIN STREET. PHONE 34. JACKSON-GALBRAITH-fOXWORTH CO. (Incorporated January ist njo.j.)" WINDOW GLASS A SPECIALTY ALL SIZES Doors, Sash, Moulding, finishing, Lime, Cement Etc. Yutr patronage is appreciated CALL and GET PRICES Tucumcari, N. M. spi end'd Cafe Car Service Meals a la Carte, has been established by El Paso & Southwestern on trains 2() and 30, running between 101 Paso and Alainoordo, serving break fast south bound and dinner north bound, leaving 101 Paso. This in ovation adds much to the comfort of the trip to 101 Paso. Our Double Daily Service and Excellent Connections Fr Mexico. Douylas, Bisbee, Waco, Tombstone, also for Clifton and Morcn ci are still maintained without ehantrc. For rates, folders, schedules and other information call on H. H. HAR...

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. — 7 July 1906

H. C. BO WEN'S 1880 old whiskey. This famous old whisky will soon be off the mat-Let, It is now in stock at the K. C. SALOON ! . WILLIAM PATTY. PROP. Our bar whiskey, Old Oscar Pepper, is ten years old. All our barrel whiskey is doublcstampcd goods HEIMS AND PABTS BEERS, BOTTLE AND DRAFT Bonded goods of all kinds. Rye, Bourbons and Corn whiskies of best brands. Wines of all brands, We want to call your attention to our Hungarian Blackberry Juice and Wild Cherry Bitters. Lloyd Valley Items. (Corre spondence. The destructive hail storm on the 27th has cast a gloomy appearance over our valley; crops are greatly damaged and gardens are entirely swept -away. Wo can't tell that we ever had any pumpkin or water melon patch: we we will have to go visiting to eat water melons. Mrs. Joe Jackson lost Co chickens tho night of the hail, and Mrs Kelsay 40. Mrs Harrow says they lost all their chick ens on the night of the hail. Several patties had to quit their dugouts and there is no use to try 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. — 7 July 1906

Illli EFFECTIVE LOG DRAG. Attached to the Wagon Gear Is Bet- ter Than When Hitched Di j rectly to Team. j The Improvement of (he log drag is suggested by V. I,. Bower, of Ken tucky, Jn the Prairie Farmer. It w.U be noted from the accompanying illus tration that Instead of hitching the team to the drag itself he fastens the ( drag to the wagon gear. It is apparent i that the drag '-an thus be held more Kteadlly than would be the case where hitched dlrertly to the team. Writing of his success in lev-ling down the loo-e ground wph this im plement. Mr Hower says- "I have made a betr road wih two loads of grate! dropped along METHOD ATT A 'HI NO OKA It. LOG elde by side by using this leveler on it than the other fellows have been able to do with three loads dumped in the name spate on which the leveler was not used. "If I get my road too sharp 1 place my stick squarely across the road be hind the wagon and then cut the top off some, leveling U '. the same time. The nnglo of the drag depe...

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. — 7 July 1906

j MONARCH SALOON. FINE WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS. II. M. SMITH m. CO., TUCUMCARI, N. M. THE PHOBNIX Barber Shop On the Corner, HOT AND COLD BATHS Agent Alamogordo Steam Laundry D. L. CASH, Proprietor 77777777777777777777777771 What's in a name? A good deal when that name is "Howe" Stamped on a loaf of bread. r For those round cream loaves, call at The Pioneer Bakery. J. S. KABRICH . NEW WAGON AND FEED YARD All Kinds of Feed Stud Constantly On Hand Dodson News Budget. Correspondence James Briscoe is breaking a broncho. Mr. Wallaces' two little children are quite sick. The cherry crop at the Cronavar ranch is fine. Mr. Hector of Ogal Flat, spent Sunday in this community Mrs. Cooper and daughter are visitors at V. J. Capps. Mr. liond of Quay, is at work in our neighborhood this week. Mr. Crcsswell and wife were guests of Mrs. Ella Davis Sunday. Mr. Will Morton says he has fine pros pects for a big bean crop. Mr. Eslinger reports considerable dam age to his garden by rabbits. John Eslin...

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. — 7 July 1906

WHEN HOUSECLEANING. Do Not Work All Day Provide a Good Luncheon Suggestions for Various Deimnmtnts. Never work all day ut houseclenn'.nr:, unless you want to bu entirely worn out. After doing u conn in amount of work take a resting spell. Don't lor fc'et to take a good luueheon to keep you in good physical condition during thiis trying time. To romovc peucil marks from point use n piece of lemon dlppod in whit ing. To remove finger marks from doer knobs and locks use pure sonp and old choeso doth. Stnliis on mnrblo can be removed witii salt und lemon julco. All paint should be scrubbed wit h soap and brush, ir actually dirty, but it should not be allowed to get in any uueh condition. When the furniture looks sticky ot smeary too much furniture polish ha.' boon used. Wash all white paint with warm wa ter nnd soap. When cleaning the refrigerator d not forgot the waste pipe. It can b. donned with a cloth tied round ii Mick or with a brush which conus for the purpose. In nnshinf? out th...

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. — 7 July 1906

THE LAST RESORT BY RALPH RECOKD. it seemed ,s If the next stop mum be My Inst, bin I kept on running, run ning, running-till my logs fell like two licit) lo slicks likely to snap under the wolli' of my weary body. I died lo throttle, with my hand, the sharp pain In my side and wondored, hnlf-con-sciously, how Ions my heart could stand tho fearful strain. It was not my crime that sent mo stumbling, broathclossly, along that stony road at two o'clock In the morn ing, with a crowd of angry farmers fol lowing a (itiartor mile behind. 1 was not guilty, but I might as well huvo been. Thank Heaven! 1 had a good start, but of what good Is a start when a man Is almost dead from fatigue? If I could find a way out. a trick to deceive them! My brain worked madly as I plunged ahead, with my lips wide apart and painful breath hissing between my set teeth. As 1 rounded a curve in tho road, I saw a dark shadow ahead, and 1 knew It was the little wayside sta tion. I prayed to God for n freight train...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 7 July 1906

The Tucumcari News I ut-.ishc-I ba:ur -. The Tucumcari Printing (o. Ne Me..". j at Tucumcar Subscription, Si. 50 the Year EnltMd tccMii'Cksi nutter October iO. 1Oj at tin pot ollict t TucuiiK.n. New Mtnco iiiKfcr et of ConprcM d M.rth I. 1679," Announcements i hereby announce myself a candidate for re-election to the office of sheriff of Busy Countv, subject to the will of the eia'ocratic party Kespectfullv, J. A. STREET. 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for Probate Clerk of yuay County, sub ject to the action oi the Democratic party. Kespectfullv, It. P. DONOHOO. 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for Sheriff of Cjuay County, subject to the action of the Democratic party. JAMES F. BELL. The News is authorized to announce the candidacy of C. C. Davidson for delegate to the Constitutional Convention subject to the action of the democratic party. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Probate Clerk of Juay county, N M , subject to the decision of the Democratic p...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 7 July 1906

9 4444444444444444444444441443444 Local and Personal I Ml f Wines of all kinds at the K. C. All kinds of Wines at the White Elephant liar. FOR SALE Several teams Inquire at this office. Eight year old White Corn Whiskey, this is pure goods Legal Tender Saloon. That Santa Rosa team plays ball like a house-a-iire, and they are a jolly lot of good fellows. The wool man is bringing in his summer clip, and the business sit uation should begin to improve. "Somebody tell me what this is and I will give them ten dollars?" an incident of the base ball game. Pure grain alcohol we mean pure we guarantee it to be the best try it Legal Tender Saloon II. C. Bowen's old whiskey 26 years old, the oldest and best on the market now in the world Legal Tender Saloon. The Fourth of July comes once in a dozen months, and . it is well enough as some people wouldn't be ready for the second celebration. Monroe Osborne, who has been keeping books for the M. 13. Gold- enberg Co. for the past three months, lef...

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. — 7 July 1906

MEASURING HAY STACKS. Rules by Which the Quantity in the Pile Mny Be Accurately I Ascertained. A pood rule for the measurement of hay In stacks is recommended by the Ilir.nl New Yorker, and Is as follows: Mean length, times mean width, times mean height to shoulder; plus length, times mean height of ridge above shoulder, times one-..al' the mean width at the shoulder c.uals the volume. KIUST STACK. Height. I.otiKtli Width to Shoulder. ..S.V.'xlU equals M'CO ru. It. below shoulder J-jiAiLslL' equals i u. it. above .shoulder. lanTi; T's'.C) .10 equals HI!.." cu. ft. below sh'ld'r txi!.5xl2.." equals Mifi en. ft. above sh'ld'r Where the stack has the inverted V-:diapcd top. with the shoulders well ilellned. it will be seen that the vol ume above the shoulders is given by the product of the length hit the height of the ridge above the should- if 'In.-, .MICASrUKMKNT OK HAY STACK. er multiplied by one-half the width of the stack at the shoulder, because, as Illustrated in the sketch, if ...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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