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title: 'The Tucumcari news. (Tucumcari, N.M.) 1905-1907, November 04, 1905, Image 9',
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S C I'amlolfo and wife are
A. M. HarUnoss, of Santa Kosa, war. in
lliu city Saturday.
Win. Nicholson is reported hattliiif;
with a heavy cold.
O. IS. Cobb of Dawson registered at the
M. W. Taylor, an Alamogordo man, was
in town a day or two.
II. L. Simmons and party went through
to Dawson last Saturday. .
Mr. and Mrs. Cooper entertained Tues
day night a Hallowe'en party.
E. Gordon, traveling engineer of the K.
P. & S. W., spent Sunday in the city.
Mrs. Is". J. J alms will leave Monday for
a visit to her sons in Stratford, Texas.
I?. C. Malteson is reported better. He
had a pretty severe attack of Jaundice.
I rank Hopper, road master. Dalhart to
Santa Kosa, stayed in town, Thursday.
W. I Buchanan, the banker, will feed
two car loads of sheep for K. C. market.
12. O. Irwin, of Santa Kosa, was up
Wednesday night to attend K. of P. Lodge.
Win. Burns, auditor for Henry Pfaff, of
lil Paso, was a business visitor Wednesday.
rrank A. Koy, merchant at Koy, spent
Saturday in Tucumcari, guest of the Plaza.
S. K. Sydes. former manager of the
Howes Cattle Co., was in town Wednes
Who buys lots in I ucumcai, will wear
diamonds," is the way M. I). Goldenberg
S. S. Goldstein, a prominent cowman of
Puerto, was in town Wednesday for ranch
W. A. Jackson, prominent in stock and
business interests of Quay county, was an
appreciated vistor at the Nkws ollicc,
Frank Matleson has been laid up for
several days, suffering from a partial par
alysis of his legs.
County Commissioner Wayne's family
are in town and the children are attending
the public school.
Mrs. Francisco L. Gutierrez has been ill
for over a month of rheumatism, but
F. W. Foster, representing Pabst
Brewing Co.. K. C. was calling on the
trade here Monday
The stork settled down on the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Word Tuesday night
The little visitor is a girl.
Wm. Troup bought a lot on what is
known as the House track Wednesday and
is building a coal chute on it.
Attorney K. U. Wright, Santa Kosa, was
here Thursday superintending the loading
of sheep for a Santa Kosa firm.
Merchant A. B. Simpson bought a lot
on the House track Wednesday and is go
ing to build a ware house on it.
C. C. Morton and F. Silvernail, both
with the E. P. & S. W. Ky. Co., were
business visitors here Saturday
Benito Eucinias, in charge of tne fence
canu of the Red River Valley Co., was in
town Wednesday for ranch supplies.
Mr. Kohn, of the firm of Kohn Brothers
of Montova. was a Tucumcari visitor last
Thursday and was a caller at this office.
See the Tucumcri Land Company for
some choice residence lots at the old
figures. Prices will be raised after Jan
Our gents furnishing line can't be beat
in this section of N. Me. Satisfaction
tMinrnnteed or vour money refunded. We
lead and others follow.
The M. B. Goldenberg Co
W. II. Uodgers and 1. S. Thomas are
guests of the Plaza Hotel, from Dttrant,
I. T. They are prospective lorn tors in
Gross Kelly iV: Co. are shipping 1,200
lambs this week to be fed in Mich. They
wore sold to II. B. Jones of Santa Kosa at
$2. 25 per head.
H. W. Farmer, marshal at Dawson, his
wife and daughter, and Mrs. Barnes and
daughter, came in from Dawson, Thursday
night, en route .0 El Paso.
Max Toyfoya bought a four-room resi
dence this week in Kussell addition. Con
sideration 5S00. Mr. Toyfoya is a sales
man at Gross, Kelly Go's store.
W. H. ackson drove in several hundred
steers and cows which he had purchased in
Guadelupc county. He will pasture them
here until ready to ship to market.
K. M. Patterson, proprietor of the Phoe
nix barber shop, relumed from Stratford,
I'exas, Saturday. Mrs. Turner, a relative,
came with him for a short visit, returning
to Stratford Thursday.
Treatment Good, Good Wines,
Liquors and Cigars,
; JAMES LANIGAN, - - Proprietor
i and (afe
S. N. Brewer was initiated into the mys
teries of the ranks of Knighthood at the
local K. of P. Lodge Wednesday night.
We believe lie would liatulle lus piece on
the firing line like a veteran.
T. J. McDermott, proprietor of thoKock
Island eating houses along their line throng)
New Mexico and ot the Angel us Hotel in
El Paso, spent Wednesday in Tucumcari
leaving for Kansas City Thursday morning
K. A. Wingrove, fireman off the Alamo
gordo-El Paso division of the Southwestern
came in Sund.iy to take a lull top run out
of Tucumcari. He called on the Nhws
We notice a large shop machine going
through to Alamogordo a few days ago.
Six large machines that have been in
stalled in the Alamo shops in the last three
The Tucumcari Land Company sold a
lot, Wednesday, north of the track to
Leslie Allen, a Dalhart bridge carpenter,
who is building a house on it in prepara
tion for moving his family here from Dal
hart. II. Richmond, of Trinidad, shipped 2,
000 lambs Wednesday to Stockdalo, HI.
They were the Tofoya and S - T lambs
and are said to be the best average grade
in the county this year. They sold for
$2..o a head in Tucumcari. They will be
fed in Illinois.
Geo. J. Comstock, McFarland, Kan.,
and l1. J. Oliver and Son, of Wichita,
Kan., were guests of the Plaza Hotel
several days. They are buying sheep here
to feed for the Kansas City market. They
were shipping from the slock pens here
M. B. Goldenberg Co. received a bunch
of fine bucks Wednesday which have been
sold to the neighboring ranchmen. There
were iso head of them, bought from Cris
Schlater of Clayton. Mr. Schlater L one
of the wealthy sheep ownem of northeast
Mrs. A. K. Carter, wife of our post
master, who has been visiting at Hot
Springs, Ark., for a month is expected
home today. Miss Buchanan, daughter of
W. F. Buchanan, cashier of the First
National Bank, who accompanied Mrs
Carter will remain for a longer visit.
Mrs. C. II. Herring, wife of Dr. Herring
of Lake Arthur. Eddy county, came in
Saturday. The family is moving to Tu
cumcari, their household goods now being
en route here. The Doctor will arrive in
about two weeks. He owns the telephone
system here which is under the manage
ment ol his son, Farr Herring.
Restaurant and Bakery.
Wo solicit a share of your
REGULAR MEALS, -
Tin best of everything the market affords.
FULL LINE OF 15 READ, PI ES AND CAKES.
FRESH OYSTERS IN SEASON. Phoie 34.
utters In MemWi
. person readiiuj (is card maij trillion I doubl or hesi la-
lion ball into I lie Lobby Saloon and sample our fine line of
II ines, Li (tors and C'ujars. ------
HENRY & CO., Tucumcari, N.M.
White Elephant Saloon.
A. B. DAVBER,
A. D. CiOLDKNBIiKCi, Piu'.s.
K. L. TAYI.OK, Suit.
Water, Ice I Power Co.
Every enterprising citizen should patronize
8l local industry nr pnterprisn. mialgr
WJC ARIO I110RK TO STAY, AND SOLICIT
OUR RATES REASON A 1JLE.