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l Local and Personal
THE
HI!
M. Rudolph reports his baby
very sick. The trouble is grip.
Grip seems to bo universal in
this seetion of the territory the
past two weeks.
Lloyd Marr, a Roy real estate !
man, was a Tucumcari business
visitor Tuesday.
A. W. Wiest of the firm of
IJond & Wiest of Cuervo, was a
business visitor for a day or two,
Try a bottle of 15 year old
Boone's Knoll Bourbon for Christ
mas. White Elephant Saloon, tf.
W. U. Jarrell arrived last weok
from St. Louis with a car of line
jersey cows and will sell them for
milkers.
J. (J. Jones has begun the ex
cavations for his new business
block on the corner of Second and
Center streets.
The Endee Telophone Company
has published its articles of in
corporation and now scorns to be
a live business factor in Quay
county.
Order your Silk Dress for
Spring now. Big lino of samples
to select from. Prices, 50c to
$1.15 per yard. Reliable goods
tOO. T. A. MUIRHKAD & Co.
The new well for the Southwest
ern in the Dawson yards is tem
porarily hung up. The work will
bo continued as soon as the con
tractors can get the proper re
pairs. II. L. Harkey, of Shawnee,
Okla., has leased the Tucumcari
Hotel and is doing a very nice
business. He is very much ples
cd with the country. Says ho
likes much better here than at
Shawnco.
Australian Billio Smith, the de
tective, was hero on official busi
ness Wednesday. Smith has the
reputation of boing tho finest do
tectivo in the service in Now Mex
ico. He impresses one as boing a
gentleman on first acquaintance
She r riff Street has had a very
troublesome case of insanity in
the county jail this weok. A hop
fiond who, of course, was denied
the drug whon incarcerated is tho
source of all tho trouble. Ho has
tried to burn jail, prisoncis and
himself and has kept up a continu
al disturbance.
O. B. Earickson, with the Gross,
Kelly Co. at Las Vegas, has been
a visitor for soveral days. Jo
and Donald Stewart, tho local
manager, left here Wednesday
morning for a trip over the Santa
Fe Central for tho purpose of
looking for a location for a branch
house for tho Gross, Kelly people.
They seem to bo of tho opinion
that Sunnysido is going to bo the
best town on the lino.
DIED
Mrs. W. M. Palty, aged 44 years, at res
tdence on Main Street) Wednesday morn'
ing at 15 minutes to 4 o'clock.
The antjel of death called from
the Patty home Wednesday a lov
ing wife and devoted mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Patty came to
Tucumcari last year for the beni-
fit of her health and for several
months Mrs. Patty improved, but
during the last sixty days she had
failed rapidly and the trouble from
which she was suffering necessi
tated an operation which was per
formed last Tuesday and from
which she never fully rallied, and
Wednesday morning succummed
to the inevitable.
Mrs. Patty leaves a husband and
three daughters and other relatives
and many friends, whose hearts are
made sad because of her death.
The funeral took place Thursday
afternoon at four o'clock from the
residence, and was conducted by
the Imp. O. R. M. Uncas No. 7 of
this city. It was the request of Mrs.
Patty, that the order of Red Men,
or wmcn ner nusoanu nad been a
member for many years, conduct
her funeral services.
Mr. Patty was a charter mem
ber of Shenandoah No. 191, 111.,
and later of Wyandotte No. 42,
Harrison, Ark., so the local order
assembled at 3:30 and took charge
of the remains and marched to the
cemetery where the regular cere
moqy of ths Order was had and
the funeral procession was one half
mile long.
Tho B. Y. P. U. of the Baptist
Church had another oyster supper
at tho now Koch building, Tues
day, and report a very sucessful
entertainment both socially and
financially.
Mrs. Ada Kemp, of Higgins,
Texas, daughter of Wm. Patty, is
hero having been summoned by
wire on account of the illness of
her mother, who died from tho
effects of an operation Wednesday
morning.
Dr. C. J. K. Moore who was
here three weeks ago and arrang
ed partnership with Dr. Herring,
will return early next week to
begin practice. Drs. Herring and
Moore will then bo fully prepared
to take care of their country work
as well as city practice, Soo an
nouncement next week.
A Catrd.
As I am about to occupy my new
building, I would announce that I
will be better able to take care of
all business entrusted to me. Also
that I am not connected with or
working for any other firm, but
carry a complete stock in my line,
and ready at all times to atten I to
calls day or night.
Respectfully,
M. H. Koch,
1 6-it Undertaker and Embalmer.
On February the 1st we will discontinue giving
premium tickets, but will redeem all tickets out after
that time.
Our new spring goods are
arriving daily, they are the
neatest patterns, and we have
the largest line to select from
that we have ever shown
before,
We are still giving those exceptional
Bargains every week. X ?Z
THIS WEEK
25 oz Baking Powder for 20c
Gross Kelly & Co.
A. D. GOLDENBERG, Pres.
E. L. TAYLOR, Sum-.
TUCUMCARI
Water, Ice I Power Co.
(INCORPORATED.)
Every enterprising ciiizen should patronize
at local industry or irprii Mjn r
WE ARB HERE TO STAY, AND SOLICIT
YOUR PATRONAGE.
OUR RATES REASONABLE.
John F. Seaman
Now has S. C. Pandolfo's
fire Insurance Agency
Give Him Your Insurance
Because He Has the Best
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