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The friends of W. 13. Jnrrell and !
family were in sorrow Tuesday
evening to learn of the death of
their baby which died of malignant
scarlet fever. The remains were
shipped to St. Louis, Mo., for in
terment. Mr. and Mrs. Jarrell
accompanied the remains and will
be away for several days. They
have the deepest sympathy of the
people of the community in their
J. B. COLVIff
Contractor and Uttitder
Plans and Specifications furnished on application
The Tucumcari Millinery Parlors
Successors to Emma Janes-Flores
New Spring Stock of Millinery.
New and Up-to-date Millinery, Novelties at Cost.
We have an experienced trimmer who will take
orders for your hats. j
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1 ROCK ISLAND EATING HOUSE I
Open day and night.
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iaing Ha.ll aund Lunch Counter, r
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Oysters and Fish in season
T. S. McDERMOTT, Prop. MILS. W. E. LIBSCOMB. Mrfr.
g M. B. FOWLER
2 Phone 60
W. M. JARRELL
i Beer & Ice (
Fowler & Jarrell, Props.
Sole agents for Pabst, Anheuser Husch
and Ferd Heim Beers.
Seasonable Soft Drinks Bottled by
Our Own Plant.
Full Line of Glassware for Supplies.
Business Phone 45
Insurance that Insures
John F. Seaman
Fire Insurance Agency j
In North East New Mexico, representing eighteen of the
OLDEST and STRONGEST lire insurance companies in ex
istence. Notary Public Abstracting Real Estate
The Tucumcari News
AND TUCUMCARI TIMES
TaeTucumcari Printing (o. Inc.
07fiaT Paper "of QuayCbunty and
City of Tucumcari.
Subscription, $1.00 the Year
'Entered u iecoodUii matter October 30, 1903 t the pott
jllce it Tucumcri, New Mexico under Kl ol Congreii ol
Mrch 3, 1879."
Notice to Advertisers.
Everything in the advertising line will
be charged by the week in this paper after
January ist, 1907. Display ads. will be
the same as all ads. have been heretofore
that changed weekly. The price is 15 cts.
an inch local liners t ct. a word.
Report is current in the newspa
per world that there is a powerful
combination between Hearst and
Harriman to overthrow the power
of the president at the approaching
presidential election. President
Roosevelt has again declared his
steadfast purpose of retiring from
the presidency, and that he will
not again accept a nomination, and
denounces the Hearst-Harriman
combination as villianous.
Notwithstanding the condition of
"frenzied finance" in Wall street,
the country continues to prosper
as never before in the history of
the nation. It is estimated that
internal revenue receipts will reach
$270,000,000 during 1907, an in
crease of 180,000,000 over last
year. The panic of democracy's
"money changers" is having no
visible effect on the people. It is
not likely, therefore, that Mr.
Coxey's socialistic army will make
much of an inroad into the present
high standard of excellence of re
publican policy. There need be
no alarm as to the future of our
Sol. Floersheim president of the
Floersheim Mercantile Co. arrived
here Tuesday. He will leave to
morrow for Tucumcari and Clay
ton. He will return in a short
time and make his headquarters
at this point. Arrangements are
being made for the establishing of
a branch store atSolana. Spanish
R. L. Patterson and Frank
Matterson left Wednesday night
for Santa Rosalia, Mexico, where
they will take the baths for the
benefit of health. Mr. Pat
terson has had rheumatism very
badly for several months and it is
sincerely hoped by his friends
that he will fully regain his health.
The remains of Wm. Horton
who was shot by his son-in-law
Hern Monday evening, near the
Hern ranch 18 miles south of Tu
cumcari, was brought to Under
taker Koch and embalmed and re
turned to Dodson for interment
FOR SALE One special sec
tion, one relinquishment and five
good mares. 24-4t pd
Geo. M. Gibson,
Ogle Post Office.
Here is a. 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 feservoir. Every
acre of this 160 is good strong
land and tillable. For any fur
ther information communicate with
this office. itf
A Bargain in Printing Machinery.
The Tucumcari Printing Co.,
has for sale cheap for cash, one
six-column challenge country cylin
der newspaper press in good con
dition; two job presses, one a Geo.
P. Gordon, rebuilt and just from
the foundry, and one small job
press 9X13; one 28 inch Advance
paper cutter, new; imposing stone,
etc., with a complete complement
of type and materials for a good
country newspaper office. Will sell
all together, or any part of it.
This stuff is all good, and most
of it nearly new. We are going to
sell it, so if you are in the market
for any of this stuff don't wait
tOO long. 22tf
I am prepared to do all kinds of
sewing Work guaranteed. Loca
ted at the Tucumcari Millinery
igtf Etta Kekr.
Patterson & Donohoo at the
Court house get reports every week
from the land office. 1 7tf
The News can do printing equal
to that done in any of the large
cities. We have all facilities for
turning out every class of work.
Try our work once and you will
certainly come again. tf
Brick, Lime and Portland Ce
ment. Jackson-Galbraith-F o x -worth
The Southwestern well at the
Dawson yards was a few days ago
shot at a depth of 300 feet by an
expert, and while an abundance of
water was developed the sand in
flow soon weakened the flow until
further development is necessary.
The rain last week put the street
sprinkler out of commission for
several days but a little water
won't hurt right now.
"The largest Fire Insurance
Agency in Northeast New Mexico."
2itf John F. Seaman, Agent.
L. E. Taylor has genuine Colo,
screened nut coal. Try it. tf.
The 'phono number of the now
.stable, Street & Hakor, is 35. Cab
niav bo hud at any hour day or
nitfht by calling up that number.