Mr. and Mra. Elmer Mum have
a gentleman visitor at their home.
Mrs. Ad. Capps' brother, of
Quay, is here on a visit and a few
days ago he was taken sick.
W. J. Capps aud John Briscoe
traded horses this week.
The valentine party at Mr.
Walkers' was quite a success.
Many people are coming here
every day and settling on their
claims. They are a pleasant and
agreeable set ot people, and work
like they meant business.
We have a good home market
here for butter, eggs, chickens,
turkeys and feed stuffs, and of
course the ladies are happy.
Mr. Rush is putting up. a neat
cottage on his claim.
Mr. Cartwright will soon have a
well bored on his place.
Mr. Jones, of Missouri is mov
ing his family on his claim.
C. W. Capps has ordered a new
Lister corn planter and will try
corn this year.
An epidemic of distemper is go
ing the rounds among horses in our
neighborhood, but as yet none of
them have been hurt much.
Mrs. Goff "and daughter were
visitors in Dodson recently.
Mr. Moore and family of Okla.,
are here preparing their home in
the mountain jog.
There will be a large corn crop
planted in this community this sea
son. Seed corn is in great demand.
Mrs. John Hriscoe had an ex
cellent dinner last Sunday. She en
tertained several guests, among
them being Mr. and Mrs. Capps,
Mrs. Randall, and Messrs Randal
Rev. J efferys preached at Ogle
Flat last Sunday.
As I am now occupying 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 m., line,
and ready at all times to attend to
calls day or night.
M. H. Koch,
17-31 Undertaker and Embalmer.
Now is the Time to Set a.n Or
chard. Nothing so quickly enhances
the value of a place. Wo are here
with a carload ot'jrencrnl first-class
Nursery Stock, which we will sell
at unheardof bargain prices. Tho
stock is here to show for itself.
We guarantee true to name in
Hanky-Summer Nursery Co.
First National Bank, Benton
County Horticulture Society,
Bcntonville, Ark. lGtf
There is building brick for sale at Jack
son-Galbraith-Foxworth Co. tf
We are glad to hear from John
and Sue, as we have never heard
the name of our sister town, which
is only two and one-half miles away.
Dr. Lawrence, a dentist, was do
ing business in Puerto this week.
E. S. Gholson went to Bovina,
Texas, Monday after lumber to
build his house on the plains near
the North T T T wind mill.
George Yates has been on the
sick list this week.
J. M. Campbell has an attack of
Our people have been very busy
for sometime setting out fruit trees.
They are taking a step in the right
direction, as there is nothing that
helps more to beautify a place than
trees; and fruit trees are adapted
to this country, especially apples,
as has been proven at the old Co
vina ranch and also at Mrs. Dr.
Oliver's place on the Frio Draw.
E. O. Davis passed through
Puerto last week with a load ol
freight for his new store on the
plains. He will soon have a post
office in connection with his store.
Quite a number of Puerto people
attended the dance at S. S. Ghol
son's, of Quay. They report a
good time and a fine supper.
Our Sunday School is progress
ing nicely. We have a good at
tendance every Sunday provided
the weather is good. We now have
preaching services twice a month,
2nd and 4th Sunday.
Our roads are getting in bad
shape, especially the Cap Rock
road in Puerto canyon. It is the
best road going up on the plains,
and should be repaired at once.
Homestead Entry No. 3250
Notice For Publication.
Department of the Interior, Land Office
at Clayton, N. M., Feb. i, 1907.
Notice is hereby given that Thomas 13.
Showers of Tucumcari, N. M., has filed
notica ef his intention to make final Five
Year proof in support of his claim, viz:
Homestead Entry No. 3250 made Oct. 25,
1901, for the w ne 1-4, e 1-2, nw 1-4,
sec. 19, tp, 11 n, range 31 e, and that said
proof will be made before R. P. Donohoo,
Probate Clerk, at his office in Tucumcari,
New Mexico, on March 16, 1907.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, the land, viz:
Geo. M. Greear of Tucumcari, N. Mex.
J. A. Street of " " "
A. R. Carter of " " "
William Smith of " " "
Edward W. Fox, Register
Here is &. Bargain.
A nice home joining the town
site, 35 acres in cultivation, en
tire 160 acres fenced, house of
three 14-foot rooms costing $600,
well of good water, depth 140ft,
windmill and reservoir. Every
acre of this 160 is good strong
land and tillable. For any fur
ther information communicate with
this office. i4tf
It's unnecessary labor. Just get a few yards of floor oil cloth for your kitchen or dining
room (would be equally as nice for hall or bed room). We have an excellent quality, one and one-half
yards wide for only 5oc per yard. Can cover a room 9x12 for $4.00. Beats breaking your back over
a mop handle, doesn't it?
Muslin underwear when you can get the goods ready made at the prices we are asking.
Garments all well made and of good material. Note our prices: Gowns 5oc, 65c, 79c, $1.00, $1.25.
and $1.65, Skirts 5oc, 59, 89c, $1,00 and $1.25. Drawers 25c and 5oc. Corset Covers 15c, 25c 50c.
Don't Make the Mistake
Of buying neckwear before seeing what we have. Just received a big assortment of
ladies' collars in turn-overs and new "tailored" effects. Prices 5c to 35c. They are right-up-to-now
and the assortment will be broken in a few clays.
That it is to YOUR interest to visit our store often whether you want to buy or not.
There is always something new to be seen, then too, our prices on all classes of merchandise are inter
esting. New Spring Goods arriving almost daily and they are so pretty and cheap that it is a pleas
ure to show them.
It is to YOUR interest also to
NEVER BUY BEFORE YOU TRY
T. A. MUIRHEAD & CO.
TUCUMCARI, NEW MEXICO.
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