Newspaper Page Text
Gross, Kelly & Go. 1
RITReady - to - V ea r Clot hos
for men. You can jet a big bar
gain in this department. . . .
Agents for the famous Chicago
Tailor. Ed V. Price. Nothing
better in style finished material.
Yours for fiirst class business.
Gross, Kelly & Go,
The Bureau says change in the
Mr. Collier, of San Jon, was in
our community Monday on busi
ness. Claude Fall well, ot Endee, was
over to the mountains after a load
Our friend, I . L. Daulton pur
chased a fine team last week. And
I tell you they ar goers, for he
started early in the morning, and
it took him most all day to make
the trip. Swift. Aren't they?
G. T. Walker started to Tucum
cari today. Tugjr is one of our
prominent citizens and some day
we expect to hear of him.
Willie Mclvor spent Sunday
with his cousin, Lonnie May, who
lives six miles north of San Jon.
Mr. May expects to leave for
Iowa this spring.
Mr. Allen, one of our city mer
chants, goes to Tucumcari this
week for another load of goods.
He has moved his old store build
ing up to his residence.
B. B. Boroughs lost one of his
gray horses last week. The dis
ease is unknown to all who ex
amined the brute. Pretty hard,
financially, on B. B.
Walter Ketchum, David Ails-
worth and W. F. Buckner put in
most of their time in the breaks.
Say boys, give us a chance too,
Brought to light a great accumulation of broken lots
odds and ends and remnants. We are now busy
rounding these up, and
Protracted meeting now in prog
ress at Mountain View, in charge
of Rev. Scott William?, late of
Shawnee, Okla., The Rev. is a
long winded fellow but can interest
you on Bible readings. Come out
and hear him.
It is reported that railroad work
is progressing slowly. Between
ten and fiften miles is now ready
for track laying, and we expect to
hear the whistle blow in the near
future, at the half mile board, as
the old Mogul pulls into Endee.
News reached us recently that
Mr. Romero, our Mexican friend;
who lives just half way between
Endee and San Jon, has given
eighty acres for a townsite. A
railroad company has surveyed
through by Allen and crossed the
Rock Island grade at Romero's,
which means a junction. It is a
beautiful location for a town.
There is plenty of good water and
the surroundings point to one of
the best locations between the
Texas line and Tucumcari.
Royal A. Prentice, the popular
court stenographer of this district,
and Miss Louise Ann Behrens were
united in the holy band of matri
monry at tne nome 01 tne uncle in
St. Louis, Wednesday December
25th. They will reside in Alamo
will have them all on sale at greatly reduced prices
will be a veritable bargain mesa; a feast for the
economically inclined. On it will be
Remnants of All Kinds
and they will go at just half pries. In them will be
laces, ribbons, domestics, calicoes, outings, wool
There will also be an array of
tempting bargains from
Of course the best will go first, so be amoug the
first to see them
We are now showing an extensive line of
for men, ladies and children. All new and up-to-the-minute
in style. Selling them too, by the way.
For evening wear there is nothing nicer than a neat
dressy low shoe.
Let us show you through the line
T. A. MUIRHEAD & CO.