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RANGE FEUD IN OTERO
Pitched Battle Uetwen Otero Cowmen.
Another bloody chapter was ad
ded to the ranire feuds Alumotfor
do Tuesday when a pitched bat
tle oecured twelve miles from
from thero between Oliver Lee
and four men and James 11. Fen
nimore and three men in which
many shots were exchanged.
Fennimoro w a s dangerously
wounded. The trouble was bo
twoen men working for Oliver Lee
a prominent cattleman and Fenni
more and Thomas Knight, ranch
men, Fennimoro alleged that Lee's
men wero buudinsr fences on His
land. Probably a dozen shots
were exchanged. Warrents wore.
Bworn out for the arrest of Fenni
uore and Knight, O. M. Lee and
foul others. Fennimoro was ar
rested and gave bond. Knight is
a fugitive and a posso of ollicers
18 on bis trial. 1 he snooting was
"Morcilul Kooduussl You hav
en't killed her, have you?"
"No, but listen: I laughed at
"And her waist."
" Gracious 1"
"And ridiculed the hang of her
"And, to make my revenge com
plete, I made faces at her baby.
Now, who can say I did not get
fven?" Chicago Daily News.
Thoroughbred Pedigreed Jack
Maltese. Will stand at my place,
Mesa Rodondo. Terms, Sio.oo.
For further information, address
23-4A Tucumcari, N. M.
Ilomustoad lintry No, fi.3i
NOTICli FUR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, Land Office
at (.layton, New Mexico, March i, 1907
Notice is hereby given that Jacob Scott
of (J nay County, N. M., has filed notice of
his intention to make final commutation
proof in support of his claim, viz; Home
, . 1 1 1 stead ttntry No. 6431 made Oct. 12, 1905,
the outcome of a prolonged and 1 fnr ,hB .ttl.j s.. . Twi, n ranB , e.
bitter disDUte which has almost' and that said proof will be made before
, ., ,. . e e a Theo. W. Heman, U. b. Commissioner
assumed CUO dimensions 01 a iuuu. ; at his o(T-Ice in Tucumcari, N. M., on April
I 19, 1907.
lie names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, the land, viz:
Gracious, Kathennel 1 hope c F Gll0S0
you have done nothing desperate?" H. L. Honeycutt "
11,. T , , . J. H. Moody " "
Yes, I ha ve dene my worst. 2I.6t Edward W. Fox, ReKister
"You know how I despise
I have had my revenge."
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