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I i Local and Personal I f& I
Dr. Russell is looking for his
new auto now any clay.
G. W. Jobe was in town Wed
nesduy from Plaza Largo.
A. 13. Dauber is negotiating the
purchase of Solana real estate.
Hon. J. E. Wharton was here
several days from Alamogordo at
tending to legal business.
The younger society set of the
city enjoyed a social hop at the
court house Thursday night.
U. S. Commissioner Chas. Brown
and his partner, Mr. Marr, of
Cuervo, were visitors here Monday.
Albert Wilborn, the agent for
the Solana Townsite Company has
spent several days in the city and
is a very busy man.
Lewis Czabo, a farmer here near
town, has Indian corn with three
or four blades on, also broom corn
up and growing nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. J no. D. Olivera
were here from Bovina Monday
and Tuesday attending to matters
Probate and returned home Tues
day. Mrs. Alex Goldenberg, of Tu
cumcari, was' a guest at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. Floersheim
Tuesday and Wednesday.- Span
Gus Mathis is sparing for the
honors of kaflir corn king of Quay
county. He is preparing a large
acreage of the crop and has already
begun the seeding.
This paper is authorized to an
nounce that there will be a box
supper at the Martinez ranch on
the Plaza Largo Friday night the
19th inst., and a ball for the bene
fit of the school house fund.
Everybody is invited.
Albert Wilborn, the townsite
agent for the new town of Solana
was in the city a day or two. He
informs us that the town is grow
ing rapidly and that they soor. in
tend to have a newspaper and
many other improvements.
John O'Shea, the witty and
popular Southwestern conductor
and Chas. Jones, the Santa Rosa
business man, were Tucumcari
visitors Wednesday. They own
considerable property here and
were here in that interest.
J. B. Hardy, a farmer four
miles east cf town was arraigned
for the non-payment of poll tax
Tuesday.. Mr. Hardy is sixty
two years of age and this is his
first answer to any sort of a charge
in any court of his country. It
was developed in his answer that
he had paid his poll tax and
had a receipt, but had been re
ceipted by the collector of the
wrong school district.
Mrs. E. McCargar has sold her
confectionery store to Joseph
Spencer, and she and the children
will in a few days return to Peoria,
O. W. Mechem of Henritta, I.
T., is a homcseeker here this week
and is greatly pleased with the
town and country. He will locate.
S. R. May and family returned
Tuesday from Capitan, Lincoln
county, where they had been ca'led
on account of the illness of Mr.
May's father, who died on the 2nd
inst of spinal minigitis.
This undoubtedly means that the
red sun-bonnet along the Rock
Island, system will have, to, go,
too. Our lady friends who have
resorted to the sun bonnet to defy
the balmy breezes will be required
henceforth to be "a wearin' of the
green. Nara Visa Register.
K. M. Alvard, general superin
tendent of the Missouri and Kun
sas and Texas railway has issued
a bulletin requesting section men
not to wear red slm ts while at work
The explanation is said to be
that an engineer did not heed a red
Hag signal recently and when tak
en to task, he explained that ho
mistook the flag for the red shirt
of section man. Ex.
W. S. Hancock, of Topeka,
Kansas, was here last week and
looked at the most of Quay county.
He bought 160 acres of patented
land from Wm. R. Scott out in the
Conawa Basin for a consideration
of Si, 600. 00. He is very much
pleased with the Southwest, and is
coming back in a short time to
make it his permanent home. He
intends to plant a large orchard in
connection with alfalfa.
Chas. White, son of Mr. and
Mrs. N. White, is here from Tu
larosa, Otero county, to yisit them
for a week. Charlie was a cowboy
at Fort Bascum on the Canadian
twenty years ago. He said to the
editor: "I recognize a few of the
old landmarks, most prominent
among them the Tucumcari
mountains, but the valley has been
spoiled by civilization." Speaking
of the country here, he said: "I
believe this is the greatest country
in the Southwest,"
The pastor of the Methodist
Church, South, was the recipient
of a genuine pounding Saturday
night. The function was the sup
plying of the larder with all kinds
of good things to eat, and it was
under the auspices of the ladies aid
of that church who had the matter
in hand for several days. We
never heard of an editor who got
off as light as this when there was
pounding to be done in our twenty
years of experience in the business.
But, no matter, we can't all be
This will be a lucky week for the hosiery buyer.
All of our hosiery will be marked way below the
real value, and this will be a good time for you to
buy the summer supply.
Ladies Lisle thread seamless hose lace pattern, 25c value, 15c
Ladies Lisle thread seamless hose lace pattern, 40c value, 24c
Ladies Hermsdolf dyed lace hose, 6 patterns, 75c values, 490
Ladies Embroidered Lisle hose, 4 patterns, 1.50 values, 98c
Ladies pure silk hose, regular 3.50 and 3.00 values, 2.65, - 2.25
Misses "Maid of Athens" 45c hose, this week only 22c.
1200 yards embroidery
all widths, this week 11c yd.
1800 yards Swiss embroidery
all widths, this week 27 l-2c
Gross Kelly & Co.
Sole Agents for W. L. Douglas shoes
A. D. GOLDENBERG, Prbs.
E. L. TAYLOR, Suit.
Water, Ice I Power Co.
Every enterprising citizen should patronize
a. local industry or mf
WE ARE HERE TO STAY, AND SOLICIT
OUR RATES REASONABLE.
Notice to Moun
Tucumcari Mountain is a nice
place to climb. To go there you
must go by the public highway or
hire a baloon, for we, the under
signed, offer a reward of $15.00
for evidence that will convict any
party or parties of trespassing on
our property. 22tf
J. A. Street,
R. P. Donohoo,
The final homestead proofs of
Jack Davis and Henry Eaton were
both turned down at the Clayton
land office this week on account of
not sufficient residence. Those
who are paying their homesteads
semi-annual visits had better take
a tumble. Clayton Citizen.
Long Silk Gloves and Mittens,
Ladies' Shirt Waists and Stylish
Dress Skirts at
4-1 3-it The Racket Store.
White, Blue and Gray Canvass
Slippers at 4-13-it
The Racket Store.