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We are informed that O. J. J alms'
baby, an infunt, died the last of
D. N. Williams, the sheep man,
was in the burg a dav or two for
The Tucumcari-Amarillo Trans
poration Co., are expecting their
first autos any day.
WANTED A girl for general
housework. Write Mrs. Y. Kohn,
Monto.va, N. M. 20-it
A new restaurant has been open
ed opposite the First National bank.
It is called the Arcade.
E. C. Hill reports a bran new
baby boy at his house. The young
ster arrived Tuesday morning.
Albert Wilborn, the surveyor,
was out with A. R. Carter this week
surveying the automobile road for
the Tucumcari-Amarillo Transpor
Herman Gerhardt bought the
Cowan building east of the Tu
cumcari Trust & Savings Bank,
Wednesday, for a consideration of
E. C. Hill lost a very fine horse
Wednesday. He didn't know the
horse was sick when he fed in the
evening, and the next morning
found him dead.
A. L. Beck, of Mattoon, 111.,
has been here for several days, the
guest of Win. Patty. He has lo
cated a homestead and will soon
begin improving it.
Robt. W. Cecil and Miss Lena
Shafer were married at the court
house, by Judge R. L. Patterson,
Saturday morning at 9 o'clock.
They will reside atDalhart.
Urs. Herring & Moore will make
professional visits to any part of
the city or country. Calls answered
promptly day or night. They fur
nish their own conveyance. 20-it
J. L. House, the sheep man,
postmaster and U. S. commissioner
at House, was a visitor Tuesday.
He says his country is prosperous
and many homeseekers are coming
in and taking up the choice lands
in his locality.
There is a new monthly paper at
Row the Homeseekers' Outlook.
edited by. S. Bushkevits, for
merly of the Spanish-American.
The paper is going to be a great
help to those who desire informa
tion about the Southwest.
Married: H. J. Gann and Miss
Gusta Balensiefen, Wednesday
evening, the Rev. M. Reece
officiating. Mr. Gann has for
some months been employed by the
J ackson-Galbraith-Foxworth Lum
ber Co., and Miss Balensiefen has
been with the Tucumcari Tele
phone Co., for the past year. The
happy young couple left on the
morning train Thursday for Hat
field, Ark., to visit for a time with
the groom's parents.
Well the new oomurs say that
this sunshine is fine and the weath
er in general can't be beat.
I am going to send for all of
mine and my wife's relations to
come to Montoya.
James Conant is preparing to
erect a stone store building on
Mrs. E. White has just opened
a first class boarding house. Train
men say she serves the best meals
along the Rock Island line.
Dr. Rcver has come to reside in
Mrs. Weaver is going east in a
few days to visit her mother.
Mr. Bradley has gone to Tucum
cari to file on a homestead.
Several emigrants' wagons came
in last evening and this morning
there is a small town of tents on
the south side filled with people
waiting tor lumber to build.
The ladies gave a neck tie social
last Saturday evening for the ben
eht of the church fund. A small
crowd but a good time was report
Hunter of Ogle Flat was in town
uaKer ana uole have come to
improve their claims.
Gomez Bros, stone business
block is about completed.
CI f r r . . .
oiicnu s aaic 01 kc&i estate Under a.n
Public notice is hereby given that I, the
undersigned, by virtue of an execution is
sued out of the District Court of the sixth
Judicial District of the Territory of New
Mexico sitting within and for the county of
Quay, randered and dated the 25th day of
February, A. D. 1907, in a certain cause
pending numbers 187 and 188 on the dock
et of said court wherein V. J. Hittson is
plain tin, and Marcus Duran and Fernan
dez Duran are defendants, will, on the
day of March, A. D. 1007, at the hour of
10 o'clock a, m., at the front door of the
United States post-oHice, in the town of
Tucumcari, Quay county, New Mexico,
otter tor sale and sell lor cash in hand to
the highest and best bidder, to satisfy the
sum of One Hundred Fifty-Seven dollars
and eighty cents, with interest at the rate
of six per cent per annum from the 5th day
of February, A. D. 1907, to the date of said
sale, and the further costs of court and the
costs of this advertisement and of this sale,
all the following described real estate and
premises, lying and being situated in the
said county of Quay, Territory of New
Mexico, described as follows, to-wit:
The Southeast Quarter of the Northeast
Quarter, the Northeast Quarter of the
Southeast Quarter, section nine(g), and
the North Half of the Southwest Quarter
section ten (10), Township nine (9) North
of Range Twenty-seven (27) East, New
Mexico Meridian, containing One Hundred
and Sixty (160) acres, or so much thereof
as may be sufficient to raise said amount
above mentioned, due said plaintiff in said
proceeding with costs, expenses etc.
Dated this 26th day of February. A. D.
J. A. Street, Sheriff
Per Jas. F. Bell, Deputy
H. L. Boon, Att'y for Plaintiff.
We have put a bargain price on all of our
Lace Curtains, Bed Spreads and
for this week, and below we give you prices that
will be of interest to curtain and spread buyers.
Large size Crochet Bed Spread, regular $1.25 for - 98c
Marselles patteres " 2.25 value for $1.5
Cut Oorncr Fringed Spread 1.75 " 1.30
" Cut Corner Fringed Spread, 3.00 " 2.05
" Satin Quilt, a beauty, 3.50 " 2.40
Lace Curtains in new designs and
patterns have been reduced for this
week to 6oc a pair and up.
Drapery curtains reduced
to $2.49 a pair and up.
Gross Kelly & Co.
A. D. GOLDENBERG, Pres.
E. L. TAYLOR, Supt.
Water, Ice I Power Co.
Every enterprising citizen should patronize
a. local industry or enterprise. -(B-igg2rk
WD ARB HKR35 TO STAY, AND SOLICIT
OUR RATES REASONABLE.
John F. Seaman
Now has S. C. Pandolfo's
fire Insurance Agency
Give Him Your Insurance
Because He Has the Best