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(& LOCAL NEWS.
I RANK P. IIAKMAN. IWt.
The First National Bank
J General Banking Business Transacted,
I LIVERY AND
$ J? Good Rigs and
'IYnnis and drivers to all
- lurmshud on short notice.
HAY AND GRAIN-.'
t mm BARNES &
Hj This space belongs to the H
H Missouri State Life Ins. Co. H
H S. C, Pandolfo, Agent, A.' H
W. I5. BUCHANAN. Cashirr.
SALE STABLE. I
Good Horses ?
points in the cnuntrw
- ; Main St. Phone 42.
Our Line Is Superb.
Our assortment is complete and is so replete with
every variety of style and beauty that we are con
fident it will outsell anything in the furniture line
ever brought to Turtimcari.
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS.
RANKIN, Tucumcari, N. M.
nhn William, with dross, K'elley, will
isit Dayton, N M next week for a short
isit with his sister.
I nan Sanrhes has sold his lambs in Kan
as buyers at Sj..:7 a head and delivered
it the stock pons here Thursday. They
were i,Vo head ol nice sheep.
Mrs. Wm. Turner, cousin to Mrs. Man
age rumen, lelt 1 hursday morning re
turning home to Texhoma after a week's
visit with Mrs. Turner.
O. M. and II. S. J alms win v -( here in
i few days with a car load of horses from
Stratford, Texas, which they will pasture
on their ranch near town this winter.
Negotiations for the sale (if thu business
hind; occupied by fleore A. Moore, by
Col. Unman tn Mr. Moore have been con-
luiled. Moore will open a restaurant in
the rear of the building.
A Finr ART CALENDAR given Iree
with each dozen best finish Cabinet Pho
tos, during November only. They make
very desirable Holiday presents.
M. H. KOCII.
l;. M. Salyers has thirty-three acres of
various sorts of crops on his farm i . miles
north of town. He has had great success-
and will have a surplus of Indian corn and
Milo Maize, Kallir corn, cane, pumpkins,
etc. to dispose of.
Morgan & (Irubbs have added a new
feature in the way of line whiskey to their
already long line of standard goods. It
is a barrel of iG year-old Hermitage. It
comes too high for printers, however, as it
goes at 25 cents an ounce, i nougn we
have heard it said that it is fine business.
Mr. Frank I.. Outierrez who will likely
be appointed road supervisor at the meet
ing ol the Commissioners Monday, is an
old tinier and knows the highways and by
ways of this section, probably, butter than
any other man available and should ho a
capable man for the place.
Thu I antry Sharp cor t.acting company's
enuine No. in, with a train of their own
cars, passed through Monday noononrouti
to lipris, where the outfit will be employed
on the Santa Fo Cut-off out of that place.
There were two large drilling machines
one 70-ton Uurgrus steam shovel and a
steam unloading outfit with them.
Col, W. J. Harris, Vice President of thr
Amarican National Hank of lit Paso, and
a railroad contractor of wide reputation,
stopped over here, 1 uesday, en route to
Dawson, where he is putting in some rail
wav track and building coke ovens for the
K. P. A S. W. Company. F. D. Loucks,
the master mechanic ot the Dawson, went
through with Col. Harris.
Home Donohoo, manager of the Nock
Island eating house, has a young forest of
cottonwoods started east of his buildings
tie put them out last spring and they are
nice thrifty looking shade trees, t h v
growth being a surprise to him. They
have been little trouble or expense to-date
and our people should put out trees about
their homes and beautify their premises
it adds Doin attraction and value to a
T. Ci. Chittenden, in charge of the wool
scouring plant here, will leave for his home
in Trinidad about the nth inst. We are
informed that the ' air lifting pump," men
tioned in our last weel; s issue, is proving
to be a great success and that the company
will use it exclusively next season. It has
entirely overcome the sand inflow difficulty
and will greatly facilitate matters for them
in their next season's business. Mr. Chit
tenden the local manager of the Wool
Scouring Co. has made many warm friends
during his six month s sojourn in Tucurn
ran who win regret to see him go away
for the winher and who will welcome his
return at thu opening of thu company
next business season.
CONDITIONS IN RUSSIA.
Alfairs in Russia are assuming a very
serious aspect. While St. Petersberg re
mains compara'ively (piiet, there is much
disconctcnt and rioting in the provinces,
'flit; revolutionists are demanding that a
republic be established; aru invoking the
aid of (Jenural Trcepolf in the effort. The
appointment of Orand Duke Michael as
military dictator is being strongly discuss
ed in official circles.
My a decreu of the ICmperor a cabinet ol
ministers and a constitution has been gran-led.
THE LEGAL TENDER
W. F. Glenn. Prop.
Correct Treatment of Customers.
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