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ORDINANCE NO. 18.
Hu it Ordained by the Hoard f 'IJrtislees
of this Town of Tucumcari, New Mexico:
Sec. i. Any person who shall on tho
first day of the week, called Sunday, with
in the incorporate Town of Tucumcari,
keep open any saloon or dram shop, or
gaming house, or who shall, on said first
day of the week, called Sunday, sell, bar
ter, exchange or give away any malt, vin
ous, spiritous or intoxicating licniorH in or
about the premises on which any saloon or
dram shop is located shall be deemed
guilty of a misdemeanor and upon con
viction, shall be lined in a sum not exceed
ing l-'ifteen (515.00) Dollars nor less than
Five (S5.00) Dollars, or imprisonment in
the town jail for not more than fifteen days
nor less than five days in the discretion of
the trial court, for tho first offense; and for
the second offense any saloon or dram
shop where malt, vinous, spiritious or in
toxicating liquors are sold, bartered, ex
changed or given away in violation of the
provisions of this section, or any gaming
house kept open contrary to the provisions
hereof, shall be declared a public nuis
ance and abated as such, upon information
or complaint filed before any court of com
Sec. 2. Any person who shall, on the
first day ot the week, called Sunday, with
in the incorporated Town of Tucumcari,
keep open any store or business house (ex
cept drugstores, livery Stables, bakeries,
news stands, hotels and boarding houses)
for business purposes; and whoever shall,
on Sunday, sell, expose or oiler for sale,
any goods, wares or merchandise except
as above specified, shall be deemed guilty
of a misdemeanor, upon conviction, shall
be punished by a fine not exceeding Fifteen
($15.00) Dollars nor less than Five ($5.00)
Dollars, or by imprisonment in the town
jail for not more than fifteen days nor less
than live days in the 'discretion of the trial
court; provided that the Words "store or
business house" as herein used, shall not
be construed to include saloon or dram shop.
Sec. 3. AH persons in charge of any
store, saloon or other business house, with
in the corporate limits of the Town of Tu
cumcari, shall on the first day of the week,
called Sunday, remove all shades, screens
or other obstructions that prevent tho view
of the interior of such saloon, store or
other business place from the outside.
Any person in charge either as proprie
tor, agent, employee or manager of any
saloon, store or other business house, who
shall violate the provisions of this section
slinjj. bo lined in any sum not exceeding
Twenty-live (S5. 00) Dollars or imprison
ed in the town jail for a period not exceed
ng ten days or by both such line and im
prisonment in the discretion of thu trial
Sec, .. Sunday, for the purpose of this
act, shall be regarded as the time between
sunrise and midnight of said day.
Passed this 24th day of February, A. D.,
Approved this aGtli day of February, A.
Chairman of the Hoard of Trustees.
Kghkrt S. Coui.tkk,
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phono. 35. 10, -tl
Homestead Entry No. 700G.
Notice For Publication.
Department of the Interior, Land Office
at Clayton, New Mexico, Feb. 1, 1907.
Notice is hereby given that Jane Rose
of Tucumcari, New Mexico, has filed
notice of her intention to make final
five year proof in support of her claim, viz;
Homestead lintry No. 7006 made Jan. 27,
1906, for tho sw 1-4, sec. 30, tp. 10 n,
range 32 e, and that said proof will be
made before Ruben L. Patterson, Probate
Judge of Quay Co,, at his office in Tucum
cari, New Mexico, on March 16, 1907.
She names the following witnesses to
prove her continuous residence upon and
cultivation of, the land, viz;
O. M. Reynolds of Tucumcari, N. Mex
Sanford Rose of " " "
James Rice of " " "
Oliver Galentiue of " " "
Edward V. Fox, Register.
Homestead Entry No. 3500,
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior,
Land Olllee at Clayton, Now Mexico
Feb. 1, 1H07.
Not ice is hereby given that Andrew
.1. Anderson, of Tucumcari, N. M., lias
tiled notice of his intention to make
linal I'M ve year proof in support of
his claim, viz: Homestead Entry
No. .'i&lMS, made Feb. 21, 1002, for the
w 1-2, nw 1-4, w 1-2, sw 1-4, sec. 17, tp.
11 11, range .Tl e, and that said proof
will be made before T. W. Jleman, U.
S. Commissioner at his olllee at
Tuouiniari, New Mexico, on March
He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence
upon and cultivation of, the land, via:
.1. A. Street of Tucumcari, N. M.
Nelson L. West " "
John N. Mcl'onnel " "
C. II. Cooper " "
Edward W. Fox, Register.
i Tucumcari Meat & Grocery Co.
:j Main Street. Phone No. 63. f;
3 The Best of Everything in Our Line. $
Highest Prices Paid for Beef, Pork, Poultry and Eggs.
Highest Cash Prices Paid for Pat Stuff. S. V. WILLIAMS, Prop.
the Tucumcari Trade '
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Homestead Entry No. 34GG.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, Land Office
at Clayton, N. M., Feb. 4, 1907.
Notice is hereby given that
Polonio Cordova of Logan, New Mexico,
has filed notice of his intention to make
final five year proof in support of his claim
viz: Homestead Entry No. 3466, made
January, 10 1902, for tho se 1-4, sw 1-4,
sw !-., se 1-4, sec. 23, e 1-2, nw 1-4, sec.
26, tp. 5 n, range 32 e, and that said proof
will be made before Manuel Martinez,
U. S. Court Commissioner at his office at
Gallegos, N. M., on March 18, 1907,
He names the following witnesses tn
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of the land, viz:
Francisco Garcia of Gallegos, N. M.
Juan doDios Garcia of " "
Asisclo Montoya of " "
Macario Gallegos of Logan, N. M.
17-Gt Edward W. Fox, Register.
Homestead Entry No. 3007.
JVotlcc for Publication.
Department of the Interior.
Laud Olllee at Clayton New Mexico.
Feb. 4, 1007.
Notice is hereby given that Julianita
S. Gomes, deserted wife of Narciso
Gomes of Gallegos, N. M., has tiled
notice of her intention to make final
Five year proof in support of her
claim, viz: Homestead Entry no. ,'1(507
made Feb. 24, 1002, for the scl-4,
nw 14, sw 1-4, nel-4, n i-2, sei-4, sec,
0, tp. 15 n, range 31 e, uud that said
proof will be made before Manuel
Martinez, U, S. Court Commissioner,
at Ids olllee at Gallegos, n. m., on
March 18, 1007.
She names the following witnesses
to prove her continuous residence up
on and cultivation of said laud, viz:
Estcvan Miranda of Gallegos, n. m.
Encarnacion Vigil of " "
Florentino Median of " "
Albino Miranda of " "
Edward W Fox, Register.
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