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0. K. MEAT .MARKET. )
STREET & JONES.
Fresh a$d Salt Meats, Pis Feet,
Tripe, Lard, Bologna,
Buticr and Eggs.
FisK and Oysters m Season. Poultry.
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POPVLAR. 5T0R.E NEWS.
Wc have just received a very neal and attrao
live line of Ladies' Coats in full and three
quarter lengths- exceptionally good values at
S5.50, S8.00, $10.00 and S12.00. A,' -Tc
Ladies' Fascinators - ask to sec them you will
find that they arc just what you will want
this winter and that they arc 20 per cent,
cheaper than you will find them elsewhere.
Shirts: When you have once tried on one ol
our "Merit" shirts you will never have nn
other kind, they have a fit and individuality
about them that belongs expressively to the
"Merit shirts. A, A, A.
Top Notch Store
FRUITS, CONFECTIONERIES, CIGARS AND
TOBACCOS. BOOK?, HAOAZINES, DAILY
PAPERS, NOTIONS, ETC.
I'WNUY (J ROOIOKI I0H
fien. Mff.ragar, Prnp
Tin' Telephone Kxi'lunge has moved
from the Connnt budding across lln' street
into tin Curren building.
Wo notice n great amount of new goods
arriving this week for Tucumcari niorcntus.
This looks as though the business ou'look
li. II. Jenkins, wealthy ranchman from
Carlsbad, purchased n Int'RO amount of
sheep hero recently, nnd is going to fund fnr
the market at Carlsbad.
A K. Carter, tho postmaster, will feed
In i- hundred ewes this winter on Kaffir
Corn and Milo Maize nt the young farm
a lew miles out of 'Puctimcnri.
John Madden. Manager of the I'ajarito
Live Stock Company, was in town Wodues-
da en route to Santa Fo, hither bound on
a mission of business for his company.
A. U. Simpson Mas bought a 25 ft. lot
from the Tucumcari Townsite and Invest
ment Co. on tho warehouse track west of
depot. He will build on it right nway.
Father A. Healterman, priest of this
diocese, resident at Puerto de Luna, was
an appreciated caller at this ollice Tues
day. I le visits Tununcari frequently.
Miss Barker, primary teacher in the pub
lic school, spent last week in Las Vegas,
where she went to be present at her sisters
wedding. Mrs. I looper is filling her place.
Harry K. Neal spent several days visit
ing homefolks in Tttcuuiiari this week.
Marry is conducting a business in the new
town of Texico, Me says business is
somewhat overdone there at present.
Mr. Lay, a sheepman near town, is go
ing to feed his sheep on cotton seed, kallir
corn, etc., this winter. A little feed to
tide them over winter should certainly
make rapid development in young sheep
S. N. Brewer brought in a wagon load
of tine apples, Saturday and disponed of
them in the local market. While Quay
loads the territory for the growing of crops
without irrigation, we are equal to the best
in the production of fruits.
IL. W. Cline, real estate agent of Kock
Island Ky. and Kobt. Davidson, Asst.
Engineer and maintainance of way K. I.
Ky., Headquarters at Topeka, were here
on railroad matters. They were looiung
for gravel for ballast to surface the road.
There was a contortionist blowed into
James Lanigan's saloon last night who
could dislocate his neck and roll his head
around his anatomy in a way that made
the timid turn away. He could also dis
locate any joint in his bod) at his pleas
1C. Ciallcgos, county commissioner of
Union county, and one of that county's
wealthy ranchmen, and his brother, F.
Ciallcgos, were here Thursday and loaded
out two wagon loads of ranch supplies
from Gross Kelly & Co.
V. F. Buchanan, cashier of the Tucum
cari First National Bank, returned Sun
day morning from Washington, D. C.
where he attended tho Banker's annual
convention. Me reports the east and in
all tho country ho traveled through in a
very prosprous condition;
The M. B. G. Co. received this week an
elegant assortment of embroidery, laces,
ladies' waists, skirts and all kinds of dress
goods. They are always anxious to carry
what their patrons ask for and it will pay
you to look over their line. If you can't
una wuat you want otsoworo look up
M. II. Koch, photographer, is taking a
good assortment of pictures of exhibits of
the vnrious agricultural products of Quay
county, grown around Tucuincnri, which
if sent nwny wotdd bo a surprise nB woll ns
a rovolation to nooplo whotoro not vol ac
quainted with iho agricultural possibilities
of this locality.
j 14. WHARTON,
Attohnkv at Law.
I do a general Civil and Criminal prac
tice. Give promt personal nt tun lion to all
JjATTIiSON & MATT IX SON,
Attounp.vs at Law.
Office over First National Bank
Tucuincnri. - - New Moxieo.
Tucumcjiri, .- - Now Mexico.
( C. DAVIDSON,
Attorn kv at Law,
Tucumcari, - - Now Mexico.
M . H . KOCH, -
Funeral Director and Embalmcr.
Complete Stock of Funeral Goods.
IVepjrinp, bodies (or shipment J specialty.
Orders taken for Monuments, Ktc.
N. V. GALLEG05,
U. S. Court Com.
Land Filings, Final Proofs, Contests,
and all land matters al tended to.
No charge for final proof applications.
OlTH I! AT Col.'KT II 1 u Mi.
S. C. CAMPBELL,
Soft Drinks, Fruits,
Books, Magacincs, Notions,
Tucumcari, - - N. M.
Our Hats are the Newest
See Vs for Fashionable
X MISS EMMA JAHNS.
J. A. STREET,
Sole Agent for
Sec W. M. Troup, the Drayman.
V. CI. Mooro, of Munowcll, Mo,, was
hare several days on n business mission of
omo ion, guest of Dr. J. G. Russell,