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Local and Personal x s
A. A. Blankinship is improving his rusi
riuncu. W. C. Urytlun, of Daw.'ion, was hurt! ovur
C. C. Hancock, of iJalhart, was a visisor
This ghost walked for the school teachers
Wm. Troup is building an additon to
J. S. Kichniond, Trinidad, spent Sun
day in Tucuincari.
The school boys, the Juniors, played ball
Gross Kelly & Co. are going to ship 4,000
lambs to Jones, Mich.
Joe Israel and family have raturned
from Colorado Springs.
Morgan & Grubbs are painting the
wainscoating of their Saloon.
W. I., luixworlh. of Dawson, was a
guest of the Glenrock, Saturday.
Rev. French will occupy the pulpit to
morrow at the Methodist Church.
G. E. Moore is buying the lot and build
ing he is occupying on main street.
J. I. Hannan, the insurance man of
Albuquerque, was iu town a day or two.
S. N. lirewer is taking the ranks of
Knighthood in the local order of K. of I'.
Judge Long, of Las Vegas, called on the
N i:vs force, while on a business visit here.
A catalogue and course of study will be
issued for the public school in a short time.
S. F. Churchhill, manager of Ilfeld &
Co., sheep interest, was in town a day or
liillio Wolf, representing Kothchilds
Co., hats, was here calling on business
J. A. Street bought a wagon load of fat
hogs from Mr. Walker of Undue Wednes
day. E. Gordon, engineer, K. W. Goudy, of
Alamogordo, were at the Glenrock, Tues
day. Don't fail to read the ads in tne News
and avail yourself of the information they
N. A. Spence, Chicago, representing
I'arwell, was a guest of the Glenrock Sun
day. U. Church representing Herbert, Spen
cer Uartlett, interviewed the trade here
J. W Stewart, with the E. P. & S. W.
at Alamogordo, spent a day or two .in Tu-cumcati.
G. A. Moore is painting and preparing
his restaurant and will open it again in a
week or so.
There was a game at lennis among
some of our prominent society people
Sylvano Haca, sheepman, luiilee, was
here recently looking for some bucks for
Capt. McMurray, former dipt, of Texas
Rangers, was here representing K. Grab-
feller & Co.
Mrs. no. Lawson is recovering trom a
serious illness following the birth of a
James Sanchez, one of our prominent
sheepmen, was an appreciated visitor to
Ed. Ellis, the drayman, is building a
new cottage on the south side of the city,
nuar the court house.
The family of M. H. Koch, the photog
rapher, has arrived from White Oaks, and
have moved into the neat little white cot
tage just south of the gallery.
O. E Cobb, M. Dalbey and G. (
Coaley, all of Dawson, were at the Plaza,
Saturday and Sunday.
Thomas Linsley representing Weitheirh,
Swartz A Co., boots and shoes, St. Louis,
was a business visitor.
A. D. Phillips, fireman on the Dawson,
was off duty for a few days this week on
account a sprained rist.
C. V. Robinson, with the E. P. & S. W.
at Dawson, was among the guests at the
W. L. Patterson, Prop, of the Phtonix
barber shop, is looking after business in
terests in Stratford, Texas.
Mrs. W. R. Ridley came in Monday
night from Raton, where she had been
visiting during the summer.
Hieroltzcr, representing the National
racking Co.. ut Hutchison. Kan., was a
business visitor Thursday.
The school bags given away this week at
M. B. Goldenberg Go's, are making the
school boys and girls happy.
J.J. McCourt, with Armour Packing
Company, traveling out of El Paso, was a
business visitor here Monday.
John Hughes, a prominent stockman of
the east end ol tne county was a business
visitor to Tucumcari, Monday.
The Baptist Church revival was well
patronized. Rev. Reece is now out of
town conducting another meeting.
Alex. D. Goldenberg and John Whit
more, merchants, went to Albuquerque to
attend the Grand Lodge of Masons.
Cards are out announcing the wedding of
Benito Haca and Miss Ethel Hodges, very
prominent young people of this city.
Ernest Langston received the Grand
Lodge appointment as District Deputy G
C. for the Knight Lodge of this city.
S. C. Pantlolfo is just finishing a three-
room cottage near the school house. Car
penter Joe Galbreath was the builder.
Hon. M. Rudulph, County Superintend
ent of schools, of Alamocitas, was here
looking after business matters, Monday
Charles Kohn, of the firm of Kohn
Brothers, general merchants of Montoya
and his mother spent a day or two in town
S. C. Pantlolfo was in town a few hours
and hastened back to El Paso where he
opening an insurance business.
M. B Fowler has just finished an ad
dition to his bottling works plant. He i
preparing for a larger business next sum
J. A. Street, sheriff, rode the goat the
third heat in the K. of P. Lodge last Wed
nestlay night. There was nothing sensa
Agent Ilargis is just finishing a hand
some four-room residence in the east end
of the city. It is a stone structure and
makof a veiy pretty home.
Our gents furnishing line can't be beat
in this section of N. Mex. Satisfaction
guaranteed or your money refunded. We
lead and others follow.
The M. B. Goldenberg Co
Col. Theo. W. Heman has been afflicted
of a heavy cold for several days, but
getting the bettor of it, and will be himself
again in a day or two.
Sherifl Street deals with the six shooter
people in a summary manner. He does
not hold to the theory that six shooters and
civilization go together.
The M. B. Goldenberg Co. shipped
few days ago 8,000 head of sheep, lambs
5,000 and 3,000 ewes, sold to Kulp Bros
Kansas City buyers, sold some and will
feed the balance. The price is private but
A A I MJJUI IOIUIIU I
Liquors and Cigars,
: JAMES LANIGAN, - - Proprietor
a share of your patronage.
MEALS, - 25 CENTS.
The best of everything the market affords.
FULL LINE OF BREAD, PIES AND CAKES.
FRESH OYSTERS IN SEASON. Phone 34.
Jlntj person reading this card may icithoul doubt or hesita
tion butt into the Lobby Saloon and sample our fine line of
Jrnes, Liquors and Crars. ------
HENRY & CO., Tucumcari, N.
White Elephant Saloon.
A. B. DAUBER,
A. D. GOLDICNBIiKG, Puns.
E. L. TAYLOR, Sui'T.
Water, Ice I Power Co.
Every enterprising citizen should patronize
a. local industry or enterprise.
WK ARB II3CRK TO STAY, AND SOLICIT
OUR RATES REASONABLE.