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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 15 September 1906

uayXCouhty 10 05 She jfcw eumean Volume 1. No. 47. TUCUriCARJ, NEW MEXirn ar.,,,,, . ' Sbl'lEMBEK 15 1906. CALL REPUBLICAN CONVENTION To Meet at Las Vejjtvs September t J, to Nominate Candidate For Delete to Congress. Headquarters Republican Central Committee, Santa Fe, N. M.f Sept. 8th, 1906. Pursuant to authority of the Republican Territorial Central Committee, I, the under signed, chairman of the Territorial v-en. committee of N e w Mexico, do hereby call a conven tinn tn l-m In. I, I it. 1 , p. m. at the Duncan Opera House in the City of Las Vegas, on t h e 29th day of September iy.,6, for - the purpose of nominating a candi date for delegate to the Goth Na nal Congress and for the pur pose of transacting such other .smess as shall come before said -nvention. NORTHERN NEW MEXICO I NEW MEXICO MARKSMAN MAY BE DOVBTFUL WINS AT spa wura I Subscription $i.So a year. Republican Leaders Agree ThM Only r 1 . Opposilion in Territory Will Come LOrP0raJ Hutfhes Makes Highest From There. Sc...

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. — 15 September 1906

THE TUCIMCAKI NEWS TUCUMCARI NEW MEXICO. FIRST IN AMERICA. ANNAMITE WOMAN RECENTLY LANDED IN NEW YORK. rniioVi writnr nnt Inn sonva ot M UUb'"" ....- the limitations of the language, say they are often overridden In the nursery, as In the case of a Httlo glri wiahitur n cIvr her reason fc. not carrying a certain parcel through the streets, sought Tor tho right worC and finally si'.ld: "You see, mummy, It makes us rather stareable." But one of tho best examples of this ver bal confusion Is found In an epitaph In an East Anglican church, which says of the deceased lady It commom orates that "her extensive benevolence and universal charity will be remem bered by all who knew her." It la going to be ablF cotton yea .,i Hoanitu thn offnrts to restrict 1IIDU, ..v- v..w production. Tho bulletin of tho South- an Pnttnn nssncliition renorts tiJ'j ..-o.,Q inntnfi nt '7.fi3 1.71 8. nealnst 20,999,491 ltfst year, a gain of 035,22 i acres, or 2.29 per cent. The gonera! n.i -o - lio fnvornhlfi. 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. — 15 September 1906

Thd OveanTstaee OAfiTT WTXrrr,, I ri.o ... . IN THE pitRT " PUBLIC EYE J ' ARIZONA PLAINS. 't. wit!, a, .v, ' lt0Cth: thy callocl. Eloquent Reminder of Pi lf-S ST. GaUde - Hons wns , ,,,, ",".'""' J' SLOT F ! ?;l W v,7 mined. i,i,,c,i Vl o or vliilo hclni' 'v,r "Hl 1,10 worst cnm. i rich J ." St. Gniirl inVi ,Ti lo camoo cntr,.; V.; ,.'u.u ho wag crurt i.ni ......... . . "" y .. uirnoci to Anion "' v'y In tho 111..M t imm ure 5 TUB OLD ST A GJC COACH, holes for their in.. .... Pass J their ..... . ."ey would successful in morning the nMni, next '"deaT tho nnuolB on r' V II- lumu or r'ie Diana." corrosrionrl. r Honor. load Rreat Inlr fight' their faces 1 wu" sn,les on Tho imrticiila viuu ih oiln nf . . ... - " stage in the ilistra nicies wi.iu , , apal county, Ariz Of all the stages on tho southern line, this particular vehicle became distinguished because It had been hold up by Arizona stage robbers and In dians 184 times in the course of Its 20 years' service. It is a well made, ho...

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. — 15 September 1906

zzr - n..(.ccmnai M C. MECHEM, DISTRICT vn . Now Mexico. CONTEST NOTICE Clayton. New Mexico. ,n.Ju bavins been TuCunican, A sufficient coniwi Moore, rf i"ri;nM filed in Ihlsofflc by J. t. , ;t homestead f C DAVIDSON, N. Mex., contest., -h G or v. . -r Arro"N'" .. sec 33. Township ort. , c o . Tmcan1J . 3 KaSl' t is allied 'that -W TTTTaTlDHI DC K Claude wiiuu.. residence tract! that he has c Arn)l.. herefrom led upon ,l , , ftl, I the cm. an(, past; that said tract by 1 before ho U. b cultivated oy r " j, ' a absence from ,he i)oinrtmei . N. M Uw, ami his empwy- TUI;u.m'; . in,l was not inie i I ?t?rV ment in the Army, v. soldier, MA 1 1 Dt the United States as a pmnt 1 , vvs ,r Law officer, seaman or ma n ... , a cotlx0T.oN.. ilh Spain, or ,u! onaKed- LAND I. .,ua. rcunquishments hlch the United btai.-,. fl to ow Now therefore Sa,upa , ; " -uch.n(; notab. MkXICC appear, and oner Nov. 10 Tucumcau iHegat.onai.uww.- g Courl ,9oG. before . v. Tucumcari. EfRTEM-(OTHES. f, r .l That Stan...

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. — 15 September 1906

"'" V - .J H. C BO WEN'S 1880 old wjnskey. Tin' K "ua u,a wjiiskv will L . " waBrtJia n OA i :' "is now 'n slock at ,JJC 1 . I 0 A. f... Bonded goods of We want to call WEIMR Aiwn n . " 0Ur barrcl whislr..,. J. . . Bonded POQ n( . MW r AU S BEERS, BOTT7.E AMn 1 ' " oouwiainped- - uourbons and r . ... r 1 Wines of .ii Uil goods rn whiskies f u , your attent; " Juice and Mu" urti.WS brands, ORDINANCE NO. Licenses. . Scc,ion I.-AHKcn....,.-., . y he chairman r .u " 0c s'"ed and issued by ,he 0nT, f ,rualeo. hndandih.m!J," C"rk "" his, "Pon payment of ,'he Z , Cr'50rati". f the sum provide.,,, " " me rece'Pt i ordinance for i;! ' 'csseil bY h i s j All license ice. ..i .. . ordinance hH .. , rse.ct:n r of "e first dav of ...J. SlU'' and dated on hall be due ., . ' and ha same I each part or f 1 ' VZ.," " saitJ dale: for " be issue,. ' I ' " (,"ar,er. "censes ucccedrnunnn Z ,U,e"rS,0ft" "ex. fVW C(ry ' Blackberry j Insurance aconev Each slot machine.. 10,00 Confectionery store.. Merchant...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 15 September 1906

- i.,iw 1 nan .-Von Know. ... i" ,,.,,; thiii Hub feellnB flU ttlo job on tt sneaking' , a iiitio boys , ,,,.iP vvonii"" - t W,UMI 1 Ti, : l,or fWiHH ... u was me lul little Mary's Bachelor Fa "3 ,rv CLARENCE C. CHEADLE. fer 2? r I in1- SOfll ntc sure shiver .:...,ni after .iron at 1' ,,,.,. ami Tom i.ii ........l Of CIlli- , a !-"" nnVg. appose . . .... ,u ehalr. of tnc n- . cnrnmi unu. Simmons leaned duck . R t0 me in n-- thought of the nasi imons .u..w. . - - m thP ,mcK m - fllco i,0y tno drew ft coupio "";. "" . com. Tom, i --" way I grooiw" meerschaum, and smiuns, at P(, gmic crano 11 Once outside panlon, began: ' that letter ami d c u 0 th0 1 You know me, Tom. I nnl alone. I n "0 envelope. ... -ii vtt i " niiii wiv blnmeti wen ".. - bachelors , "' u. nf children; ns a rule iac . u ls; never are; an. who n cn mo, without kith o an; nol. a letter as I rece Ive . h. urally takes his brent aa mlstSiVO llal.il. Is tho nruu.m.o nPninlc(l iimiy lull- II vou art- n "l" ,,a. i sunl"' ....

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 15 September 1906

irADTIFIVI ..')-r.'v:! -'WS!f life- o'- to ENEMY OF POTATO BUG The Red-Breasted Grosbeak Found 1 Feed Liberally on the Insect. The red-breasted Grosbeak is cred ited by William rDutchor, president of the National association of Audubon societies, with being an arch enemy A GARDEN TRANSPLANTER. By Its Use the Plant and Earth Can ee nemovea witnout Dis turbing Roots. Some years ago I wished to extend our strawborry bed with the newly formed plants, and as tho conditions for transplanting In midsummer aro not often fnvorablo In contral Kansas, whore wo then lived, I had to evolve a plan to move tho soil with the plants, says a writer In the Rural New Yorlcnr. Yorker. I had heavy tin cut In pieces 4 by U inches. I wanted a stronc wire societies, with being an arch enemy I1" 1,1 a,nB n? sldo- but tho tln- of tho potato beetle, which In some Id- , , , , necC8r ma- CalitlOH is mnrn nnnmnnlv no Cll,n0 nnd tho OBl lie COllld do Was thn "nnfntn h.,n- a. ii , .u. 10 turn the edges over twice, ...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 15 September 1906

r: i W 1 A - . The Tucumcari News Be Tucumcart PtWW (0 iTcwnRST EVER. otl6thl-'-'I.vc.frtI tiroecpu.." u ..imnri. this action tne- of .t.i.cioi.t Gc. "'"...rMth. or- .Wnrial ioint to meet veiu,u" - joint wil.ivc commits Subscription, ,. i.i nf HuaV I UMlY Arizona Lral Thomas F $1.50 the Year I ganjzation, at to nominate s "uUer October 30. W o( -h Entered "",-., .,; under . PhOCmX ul " , ..Knnt oIIiceatToeumMr.," .roSS anil March3.7 delegate - tlw. ,.ndorsc -i-fnrm embodyinK ffarri70Z0 1 vui 1 5 TaUH I ftlS 1 - C-Ia I ror MR 1 The rai ail road rebate 1 a w h platform rl, Mahout it, August a8Jh Lent of jointure New Mexico. for Arizona a n Thisthc News be- for the! VOU " ' i way company -as propor sequence. weaken a the 01 1 mil thev arc lost. The copper Btc . . J-, a r d nothing road interests 01 j t0 li""'" air now that in the event they ab r str defeat stateliooa w. bc or somc distant iwitwill as a consequ ctmnstcr. A. l"r:.MrS before the term-;- WOrt.i mn which has mu j ' . Un on,...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 15 September 1906

ir t a s 5 i Local and rersonal : s ft 1 Geo. Queen went to White On iii.il infill. S. C. Pandolfo went to 11 Paso yesterday. ' x W. W. Hicks is at Alamogordo attending court. C. H. Chenault wunt to Texico Thursday. Dad Wallace say, he can keep your yard cleaned up. it. M. C. Mechem is at home in Ft. Smith, Ark., for a few days visit. Try the Sterling and Fast Mail Fine Cut Tobacco at the I op Notch, tf. C. Davidson went to Santa and Albuquerque ,ks Mrs. Lillian Hauser will leave t i.... f-- iiw. i i uubuuy iui a 1141 u(j iiic iuiiu. 'Plw.ro !e n nrnut of Inn Mi Wnc torn Surveyors here since Monday. We don't know what they are doing James Lanigan returned nl on day from Portland, Oregan, where he took his wife's remains for torment. Wiley Stockett, from near th new townsitc of Vista Rico, Kin'lliiifi- (itnnn for ATrc. T.lltlPV. A new school district has been ! 1 L - C i. 1 about completed for a house. Fe on nrnfoeclnnnl hncinnSR. J . Mat. Alvey has been at home .. . 1 . . ... I l......

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 15 September 1906

THE HEN HOUSE. Some Points About the Dimensions and Arrangements of the Well Appointed Building. The floor plan of tho hon house shown In nn Illustration taken frctfi Country Qontloman, lndlcnto n build ing 12 by 14 feet In dimensions. One window In tho contor In front, which, SKCHON CV HOOSTS. for appearance sake, might have one large glass In each sash, or to cheap- nn rhi rnat nmnllnr nanes. The front InvnMnn In nnnnnptlnn With UlO minrtnrlnir olnvatlnn. sllOWS the fin Ished appearance of the building. The ilnnr for entrance at tllO rear and smaller windows at elUier end of the building. The dropplng-board may be nude In several different ways. This la hung upon a bracket against the wull. Some dropping-boards are fastened with FRONT ELEVATION OP HEN HOUSE. hinges and supported by a wire or a roue, on the outer. cdROMAain, .Jtho should bo provided, so as to have eight for each Leghorn and from nine to ten Inches for a Plymouth Rock or a Wyandotte. In a very cold climate, an end m...

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. — 15 September 1906

1 ' STOCK-LOADING CHUTE. Can Bo Permanently Located Near the , Scale Houao Where Animals i Are Weighed. . In addition to iuTrtng a sot of wagon scales snugly housed, every fan ought to have a loading chute so l a when live stock Is ready for marko and l as beon welshed, the animals oBpoe ally hogs and sheep, can readl y ho driven into the warm,, n,i market. In the accompanying Illustration Is Bhown a plan that has boon adopted with considerable success by a reader 7 l wm mm DISCARD BARBED WIRE FENCE Injury to Live Block, Especially xj.ih jjiougnt It In to Disfavor. Barb who should not bo used' n. .once j on any fan,., declares the Farm '..-. jiioro was a time when us extensively used In all parts of hnl T',' y' lMlL now 11,0 smooth wire iln..,mi ; " very ., i;.uui)i nn i in uiofn,.., .,i.. s only occasionally now wo sei Imrbed wlro used for fencing in III! ... u aujaeent states. Here and "... iiowover, a farmer still clings 1 l' ,w,re' Thcr ,s farm noin Chicago whero a "l oi ie busi...

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. — 15 September 1906

I G, C. 1(10, President. C. (1. CHfiNAULT, Cashier I TU(UM(ARI TRUST & SAVINGS BANK We do a general Banking business. Your Patronage Solicited. Alain St., Tticumcari, N. Jl. B Goldenberg Co Just Received a Full Supply of School Hooks, Tablets, Slates Cryons, CoPtl Pencils Etc. I All the text books used our Pub lic Schools. ALSO A SEASONABLE LINE OF SCHOOL SHOES AND CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS. THE M. B. GOLDENBERG CO. Dealers in everything. The Pioneer store of this section of 'New Mexico I MRU W, T, NICHOLSON General Blacksmithing and Wood Work Main Street HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY. U. S. C0HMIS5I0NER ?AAaaa.- - iMMM11BMB " " " --555 II T, r 7. IIIMllBMIiliiimiu I iBwnsiie & investment (o I 1 1 Toanciif, I M. I & I I i ft II business and RpHi'dnn t -m ... I i I " 1UUUW JjULS -tor Sale I I M. E, GOLDENBERG, Agt.JJ - I J. S kARDirLi t ! m m i m m iv n I WI J LAND FILINGS AlADE REAL ESTATE. Business and Resident Properties for Sale Cheap and Favorable Terms Hi Will be pleased to...

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. — 15 September 1906

Announcements I hereby announce myself a candidate for re-election to the office of sheriff of yuay County, subject to the will of the Democratic party Respectfully, J. A. 3TKKIJT. I hereby announce myself a candidate for Probate Clerk of Quay County, sub ject to the action ol the Democratic Party. Respectfully, k. r. donohoo. I hereby announce myself a candidate for Sheriff of Quay County, subject to the action of the Democratic party. JAMES F. HELL. 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 Quay county, N. M., subject to the decision of the Democratic party. D.J. ABIR. I hereby announce my candidacy for the nomination for Treasurer & lix-Officio collector of Quay county subject to the action of the Republican county Conven tion. Respectfully. J. J. HARRISON. I hereby announce my candidacy f...

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. — 15 September 1906

r .,-7, LATE CHICKS. Tendency of Late Years Has Been to , Hatch Too Many Make Good Spring Layers. Once the Into chick was considered of no account, not worth hatching. Of lato years the tendency has heen to hatch too may chicks late. Per haps this la responsible for a great deal of the poor fertility reported every spring. But the lato chick as we get it and find It in the growing should ho con sidered with more discrimination than is Implied in the general dis cussion of "late hatched" or of "June" or "July" chicks, says Farm Poultry. It is not the time or tho season that makes or mars the chicle. These of course are factors, hut more im portant are the conditions of the par 'out stock and the conditions given the growing chicks. Some fowls arc jin hotter condition for breeding now than they were in I ho earlier months. These may reasonably he expected to produce thoir best now. But from hns that are exhausted no good chicks need he expected. WHAT TO FEED CHICKENS. Variety Is an Im...

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. — 15 September 1906

T y BIG NEW 8H0E BUILDING. It Is Dedicated by th W. L. Douglas Co. at Brockton. The dedication a short tlmo ago o tho now administration and Jobbing houso bulldiiig erected by tho W. L. Douglas Shoo Co. as a part of its mam moth manufacturing plant at Montollo was marked by tho thoroughness and attention to detail characteristic of tho Jlrni in all its undertakings. Tho. dedicatory program Included open houso from 11 a. m. to 8 p. ra. with concert by tho Mace Gay orches tra and the presonco of a Boston caterer to attend to the wishes of all. Tho building itself afforded a feast for tho eye, especially tho offices, which are marvols in many ways. Fifteen thousand invitations woro sent out, including ovor 11,000 to tho re tail dealers In tho United States who handle tho W. L. Douglas Co. shoes, tho others going to shoe manufactur ers and all allied industries in Brock ton and vicinity. Mr. Douglas will bo glad to have anybody who is interest ed call and inspect tho new plant, and says...

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. — 15 September 1906

J "The only exclusive Clothing and Dry Goods store inQuayCo.". : ! OUR FALL STOCK We feel safe in itfe&tiiig; that oar fall stoek com prises the most new and up-to-date lines of B&ry Goods, Clothing', Shoes and Hats to be fonniS in 4nay County The Golden Rule Cash Store. t "Everything for Everybody." Whitmore & Co. M. N. WHITMORE, PROP. The Place to Buy your Staple I Fancy Groceries. ivmio.'.o o.irm mcATC FISH. ETC. We take your orders and make prompt delivery. . . . OVR. PRJCES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. A A 4 A A A A if A A Ai A Ai A A ti Ai (ti 4 A A A iti rtt Ai ih Tucumcari Telephone Exchange Put in a Phone Do it 1 The Phone is a Time Now. Time is Money. I Saver- Ask CcntraI I for Trains. SUNNY JIM ON THE MELROSE HEADLIGHT. . Roosevelt county has another newspaper. It is the Melrose Headlight, published at Drown horn postofiice which is to be known later by the millifluous name of Melrose. A nearer inspection discloses a certain familiar look in type, make-up and literary st...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 22 September 1906

ffhe ffueumeari tHews Volume i. No. 48. CALL REPUBLICAN CONVENTION To Meet at Las Vea.s September 29, to Nominate Candidate For DeleMe to Congress. Headquarters Republican Central Committee, Santa Fe, N. M., Sept. 8th, 1906. Pursuant to authority of the Republican Territorial Central Committee, I, the under signed, chairman of the Territorial Rep. Cen. Committee of New Mexico, do hereby call a conven tion to be held at the hour of 2:30 p. m. at the Duncan Opera House in the City of Las Vegas, on t h e 29th dav of September 1906, for the purpose of nominating a candi date for delegate to the Goth Na tional Congress and for the pur pose of transacting such other business as shall come before said convention. The various counties of the Ter tory are entitled to rcptesentation in said convention as followr: County. TUCUriCARl, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 22 1906. PROCLAMATION REAPPORTIONING THE TERRITORY THE FIFTH COUNCIL DISTRICT CONSISTS OF SAN MIGUEL, QUAY AND GUADALVPE COUNTIES....

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. — 22 September 1906

C (1. CHENAULT, Cashier G. C. 1(10, President. TUCUMCARI TRUST '& SAYINGS BANK We do a generajj MninSt.. Tucumcuri, N. H. I i B Goldenberg Co I just Received a full Supply of School BookSj I Tablets, Slates Oyons, Col'tl !Pen,ctls Etc Your Patronage soncucu. All the text books used our Pub lic Schools. f f!A chmar! P LINE OF ScHOol SHOES AND CLOTH 1NG I OF ALL KINDS. THE M. B. GOLDENBERG CO. The Dealers in everything. Pinneer store of this section of New Mexico I W, T, NICHOLSON !General BlacKsmithing and Wood Work.; HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY. Main Street Tucumcari, N. M. n... Pl a Alhuaueraue. I GreeIV Quay county people who are at- Corrksi'ondknce.1 sliding the sheep convention an- .is Tucumcari Townsite & Investment (o ..... iu(uni(ari, i n. Business and Residence Lots For M. B. GOLDENBERG, Agt. tending th follows: Felipe S. Baca, Endee. Florencio Martinez.. Kuvelto. Patricio Sanchez, Kuvelto. Vicente Otero, Tucumcari. F. H. Wood, J. L- House, Max Goldenberg, James A. Erw...

Publication Title: Tucumcari News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tucumcari news. — 22 September 1906

A BATH FOR PIGS. POOD AND DRINK IN SUMMER. WORK AND WORRY COMPARED. AN IDEAL PIGGERY. Description of a Building Which Will Prove Convenient for the 8tock. Tho moat convenient width for a piggery I have found to bo 32 feet. This width of building glvos room for a six-foot passageway through tho center and a row of pens on each side, sayn a correspondent of tho Farm and Home. It can be built of any length desired, but to keep ten brood sows and their progeny, it should be 80 feet long. I like a frame building best and use 14-foot studding, tso as to give ample room above for a loft THE HOG HOUSE. 'in which to store straw and grain, I cover the outside with rough lum ber, then with good felt paper and matched siding. Ceil up on outside with cood matched lumber. This makes a building as warm as neccs sary, except in extreme weather", when a stove can be used.' The souui oidorot the building I dl vide Into pens 8 feet wlde-iur- w. Uoo of the brood sows. See Fig. 2. On tho north side I ha...

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. — 22 September 1906

Barnes Wright, Cananen, Mex ico, visited Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Donohoo last week. Miss Anna Mackovec returned home to Liberal, Kansas, Friday. F. H. Holiday, representing Wichita Grocery Co., was among the merchants soliciting trade. F. L. Carson, master mechanic S. W., was in town yesterday. The Ghost walked for the rail way boys the 20th. C. W. Houston, train master on the Dawson Ry., has been trans ferred to the east end of the main line. Lindsey takes his place here. I. C. Barnes and wife returned from a months visit east Thursday. Mr. Barnes looks rested and to be feeling well. C. G. Stephenson was here this week from Guyman, Okla. The R. I. Eating House is serv ing excellent meals now, the new cheff is an expert in the culinary art. Dr. R. S. Coulter went to Santa Rosa Wednesday. ' H. H. Hargis is suffering a wound in the foot inflicted by a nail thrust. Earl Millslogle, Mo., has locat ed a homestead and is employed at the R. I. Eating House. F. D. Morse, publisher of the Santa R...

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