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I RANK P. HAH MAN. IWt.
W. I. MUCIIANAN. Cashier.
J I The First National Bank
49 t OF TUCUMCARI.
Sj General Banking Business Transacted,
TUCUMCARI, - - N. M.
1 LIVERY AID SALE STABLE. 1
STREET 8c BAKER.
J: B2BE $:
: Good Rigs and Good Horses, JJ
IVams and drivers to all points in Hie countrv,
J- furnished on short notice.
E HAY AND GRAIN. Main St. Phone 42. Z
Our assortment is ioinpllio ;nul is sn ivph-le with
everv variety il stleand beauty that we arc con
fident it will outsell ail) tiling in tin- lurnitute line
over brought to Ttu umrari.
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS.
BARNES & RANKIN, TMllMi, N. M.
This space belongs to the
Missouri State Life Ins. Co.
S, C. Pandolfo, Agent. ?C
Died Mrs. (iiinlU GatleftOl, Oilober 13, I90j, aed lurty
ycir. six months and ctflht days.
,'is. Jtinnita (iallexns was born Fob. 22,
i'l at sM Alamos this territory was
married in tsxn ,it Trinidad, Colo., to Joso
1 1. (iallegos - lived Vit wngon Mortnd up to
isjj. who shfl became n widow- since she
had engaged in teaching to support herself
and four children, all of whom survive hot.
Sin: was an exemplary Christian woman,
and died in the faith in which she lived.
Sin; was laid In rt .t in the Tucuincari
( i-melary, at . o'clock Tuesday, Oct. 17.
, LOCAL NEWS.
THE LEGAL TENDER S
BARBER SHOP. $
V- W. F. Glenn, Prop.
Correct Treatment of Customers.
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A. K. Outer, Supt. eastern division, wns
up in his "Paso del Norm" looking ovar lltu
Dawson lino last week.
C. W. liotislon, Train Master of the
Dawson, spent Saturday, and Sunday at
Dawson, returning home on an extra Mon
II. L. Simmon, don. Mgr. of IheS. W.,
went cast in his car "San Pedro."
Paymaster Averill arrived with the pay
car on the 20th and caused the Dawson
K'y. boys to wear a pleasant smile.
1"". 13. Loucks, Gen. Foreman of the
I awson, went to Dawson for a few days
on Sunday's train.
John Welch, Roadmaster of the Dawson,
is at Dawson superintending the changing
of the yards at that point.
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V. F. liuchanan, cashier of the Hank
of Tucutncan, is feeding 150 head of cat
tle at his place northeast of town, on Kaf
fir Corn and Milo Maize grown on his own
farm. There will be thousands of head of
stock feed in Quay County this winter
off the products of our farms. That means
a great deal tj the business interests of
J. M. Austin with his father came here
about three weeks ago from southwest
I'exas, and settled south of Tu -icari,
unfortunately cut the tendon above the
heel of his right foot with a cane knife a
few days ago. lie is under the care of
Dr. Kluttz and the wound is beginning to
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Preaching every other Sunday. Services
beginning at 11 a. m. and S p. m.
Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a. m.
Prayer meeting every Thursday night.
Pusiness meeting at 7:30 p. ni., Thurs
day before the second Sunday in the
Milton Kkkcij, Pastor
Ir Justice Court.
Monday, Candido Chaves was arraigned
before Judge James M. Lawson under
c harge of the abduction of Virginia Annlla.
Virginia was a ward of Hon. M. Kudulph,
Supt. of Schools of this County, who was
here Monday from his home at Alamocitas
to prosecute the case. Atty. C. C. David
son was counsel for the prosecution, and
owing to the absence of an important wit
ness secured a continuance for 30 days.
The Peters line of shoes is known all
over the civilized world and if you ever
ware a pair either in a dress or everyday
shoe you are sure to want it again. All
kinds and styles for men, women, misses,
youths children and infants handled in Tu
cumcart exclusively by the M. P. G. Co.
Settlers are rapidly coming into this lo
cality for lands now, and in a few years
much of the arable area will be under cul
tivation. Lands to be entered by home
stead are becoming scarcer year by year,
and land values are continually climbing
upward. There was a family came in this
weol from Arkansas and took lands a
few miles out of town.
We don't feel altogether in a strange
land, as we have had a number of old ac
quaintances call on us since onr arrival in
your city. Among them, N. White and
his sons, M. L. Oyler, Gapt. J. P. C.
Langston and his son, Ernest, Col. Theo.
W. Heinan, Mr. Smith, Prof. 13. Stephen
son, P. C. Matteson, Hon. Manuel C. de
Paca, and others. Gentleman you were
welcome visitors, and we hope you will
come abain and often and bring your
friends in with you. We want to become
acquainted with them also.