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THE EVAN
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See This Company
for any informa
tion about realty
of any Character in
QUAY COUNTY
and
Tucumcari
Real Estate of Efery Descript ion
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a f.in -,.n imimvfwl iniiiL' townsitc on nortlu'iist, nesiuonce, o rooms, nJar Methodist Church and Good farm at 12 n dee, 1O0 acres, all level good land,
Town lots laid off up to line of the tract. Rood residence school, two lots, good outbuildings, fenced. .$2,000.00 1,200.00 improvements, plenty of water, good residence
shade trees,' orchard, bam and out houses, fine well with 'Three.room cott I ocond street fencccl two a"f..ut buildinS' flftV ttcrus in cultivation. Will be an
windmill and reservoirs, 75 acres in cultivation, al t, - lota Zl nddllln l ?3'00t0
able land, as good as can be had in (Jutiy count. I Splendid four-room residence on Second street, will
Northeast New Mexico. More than S3, 000.00 have ! ine residence lots located, on Second street, three bu.completod within twunty days. The house is modern
been spent on improvements. On the market for 60 blocks east of First Nationll Bank, trees out, best well in every particular, is made of the very best material.
days only. Patented land, title perfect $0,500.00 in city, windmill and reserciir, on the corner, two lots party who owns it wishes to turn his money into an-
. 50x142 feeL'This is abarehin S1.250.00 oth.cr Proposition. This is the best bargain we know of.
Two relinquishments fi miles east ol town, gooil ej Price, $2, 000. 00, one-half cash, balance to suit customer.
ones, have on one 8 acres plowed, tank of water, other Patented 160 acres eigJt miles west of town, living Two lots on First street south of court house, east
one has 15 acres broke, good land, each .s5oo.oo wntur on tract ?0 abs rcst ood pilsture Iand for residence
, . . . . . goou ounei in luoi-iiius wejt lor an Kincis 01 siocn
An omce ouuuing witn residence in me a-.u, uu mv--south
side of Main street, between Second and Third
on the market
No
improvements, but &e finjt stock, farming proposition Business lot 25x142 on Center street, 100 feet west
, $500.00
street, suitable for a lawyer or doctor, or if changed can
be made a splendid business house. Price, s4,ooo.oo, Relinquishment, 160 acres, house ready for family
one-half cash, balance in payments. and land broke and ready to plant ?i, 000.00
LaMar corner on Center and Second streets.. ..5500.00
See G. W. EVANS, Jr.
Tucumcari, N. M.
Write Us for De
scriptive Liter a-ture.
G. W. EVANS
Pres. and
Tucumcari, N. n.
OFFICE TEMPORARILY IN NEWS BUILDING
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The Tucumcari News
AND TUCUMCARI TIMES
Published Saturdays
The Tucumcari Printing (o. Inc.
i, M. ALVEY. Pres. S. M. WHAR.TON.Sec-Tr
Official Paper of Quay County and
City of Tucumcari.
Subscription, $1.00 the Year
'Entered u itcood-clm nutter October JO, 1905 at the post
iBkt at Tucumcari, New Mexico under act of Congress ol
March 3. 1879."
S. M. WHARTON, Editor.
Notice to Advertisers.
Everything in thu advertising line will
he 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 1 ct. a word.
Texico is to have a pickle fac
tory and is going into the business
extensively.
We had rain every day this week
and most of the nights. Quay conn
ty is the best country in the Great
Southwest.
There hus been something like
50,000.00 of Tucumcari real estate
changing hands here this week,
and some of our worthy citizens
have realized good money on former
investments.
one-half inches of rain this week.
This absolutely insures a fine crop
of oats and millet and other early
plantings. There is not a country
on earth that can boast a better
crop season than we have here
this year.
Memorial Day, Decoration Day,
was observed here by the banks
and the post ollice, but there being
no veterans, or at least not that this
paper knows of, buried in the Tu
cumcari Cemetery, the day was not
formerly observed by the G. A. I.
organization.
The Tucumcari News is out this
week with a finely illustrated
special advertising edition which
is a credit to the.News, Tucumcari
and New Mexico. The News is in
the boosting van and deserves the
patronage of every one interested
in the advancement of that portion
of New Mexico. Albuquerque
Citizen.
Quay county has had three and
S. H. Hancock is asking for bids
for a two-story building opposite
the M. B. Goldenberg Co. Mr.
Hancock is interested in the Mc
Gee addition and has made quite a
sum of money in Tucumcari prop
erty. Col. T. W. Heman has
handled his interests here and has
paid him monthly dividends for
some time on the sales of their real
estate. Mr. Hancock is now want
ing to put some of his earnings
back into Tucumcari property.
The City Will Clean Vp.
The city council will begin im
mediately to clean up things around
town until a respectable state of
sanitation is reached, a city scav
enger has been employed and is
under directions of the police, who
are instructed by the health officer
to immediately see that all privies
have pits under them to a deptli of
at least six feet, and that all ex
crements arc limed and properly
disinfected. This is something that
the council has been a little slow
about, but it must be remembered
that everything can not be done in
a day, and the city has had many
important things to do in the past
six months. It will be well for
those who arc concerned about the
dog ordinance to get busy, as the
canine family will have to get off
the streets in order to give room
for more important animals of the
genus homo family who are busy
carrying on the various sorts of
trade in the city.
Two Special Bargains.
For a few days. A nice corner
lot 100x142, close in. A good busi
ness proposition. A fine relinquish
ment one-half mile of San Jon, the
coming town on the Choctaw.
6 l-it 13km. & Mt:OuAii.
Mrs. R. P. Donohoo, wife of the
probate clerk, has returned from a
two weeks visit among homo folks
in Kansas.
Walter Purdin has taken a cliair
in the Phoenix barber shop again.
A. . Meeting has contracted a
cornice tor the Irontof tin Gerhardt
building on Second street.
W. F. Manney is building a res
idence on the McGee addition. W.
Ji. Long is the contractor.
Wright, Sherwood & Co., have
moved their real estate office into
the Curren building on ICast Main
street.
Miss Bertha Buchanan returned
home Saturday from Liberty, Mo.,!
where she had attended school the
past year.
The Carter & Taylor Ice Co., has
leased the Dr. Pring well and are
laying a pipe line to it. This should
furnish them plenty of water.
Col. T. W. Heman has been ap
pointed agent of the Colonial Un
derwriters' Insurance Co. ofllart
, ford, Conn. This is a very strong
company.
I WANTICD-Widow lady with
j from one to four food sized child
ren to live on farm. Good propo
sition. Address
Comb. p,o. No. 71,
32-4t pd Tucumcari, N. M.
WANT I'D: --An intelligent, re
fined man to batch" with me on
my claim near Montova. One who
is seeking the benefit of rest, pure
air and water, would find it desir
able to address or see
Doctor T. C. Rivkra,
5-IItf Montoya, N. M.
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EVERYTHING
ueoige Kohn, ol iMontova was a
business visitor.
Jesse Terry has contracted with
Colvin for a cottage on the Barnes
addition.
Kabrich & Mitchell have sold
their grain business to C. S.
Morgan.
Paul Meeting and .wife left on
the morning of the 28th for Lawton,
Okla. Mr. Meeting has sold his
property on Second street.
Milnor A. Rudulph, son of the
County Supt. of Schools, has re
turned from Santa Fe, where he has
attended the St. Michael College.
Attorney 12. R. Wright, of Santa
Rosa, Luther Sheley, Fred L.
Braun, S. S. Moise and Dr. J. F.
Rudolph, of the same city, were
here a day or two looking at things.
F. M, Saiyer is plowing his
corn this week. It is six inches
high and growing nicely. His fruit
trees and garden are looking as
well as back in the farming belt of
Missouri.
T. A. Wayne, of this city,
brought to this office this week a
hen egg that weighs three ounces
and three quarters. The elipse
long measures eight inches and
short six and one-half inches.
This is a record for Tucumcari
hens and is equal to anything in
the world. We did not learn the
breed of this fowl, but the product
is entitled to the blue ribbon.
M. F. Walker was in Monday
from the new settlement north of
Dodson, and reports the commun
ity in a nourishing condition. A
school will start now in a few days
with Miss Fairy Wa'ker as teacher.
M. .. Poynor has in his posses
sion a .nlise picked up on the road
way out of town, with clothing and
other artic es in it and the name
losenh Feriruson on the tag. The!
owner may secure hiy property by
addressing M. C. Poynor, Tucum
cari, N. M.
Melville Floersheim came up
Friday from Corona. He will re
turn Sunday, accompanied as far
as Tucumcari by his brother I. C,
who has secured a position as
warehouseman for the Goldenberg
Mercantile o., of that city. Roy
Spanish-Ain.,ric 's.
The Mew Rep. Shop repairs
shoes, guns, sewing machines, bi
cycles, etc.
W. V. I In. 1., Prop.,
0 i-3t pd East Main Street.
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This week we are going to give you an exceptional bargain;
exceptional because we are lowering the price while all others
are advancing on the same articles.
You should not fail to supply your wants in working clothes
this week, for the values we are offering for this week are cer
t ainly exceptional.
Men's 8 oz. brown cottonade pants with belt, worth $1.00
for 75c.
Men's 8 oz. blue denem overalls, coats to match, worth 75 c
for 50c.
Men's khaki suits, pants made with belt, worth 2.50
for S2.00
SPECIAL PRICES WILL BE MADE THIS
WEEK ON ALL WORK SHOES.
. WE HAVE WHAT YOU WANT
Gross Kelly & Co.
Sole Agents for W. L. Douglas Shoes
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