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Reported Thai (he Family Will
Dispose of Property as Soon as
Possible Boy Executive's
Fiasco the Cause.
Roswell, N. M., July 10.
(Special) J. J. Hagerman, the
multi-millionaire of the Pecos val
ley, and father of II. J. Hagerman,
late boy executive, will leave New
Mexico for good with his family,
according to a report heard here
It is understood that he has sold
his interests in the Pecos Valley
and Northwestern railway to the
Santa Fe Railway company, for
over a million dollars.
He is also preparing to dispose
of large tracts of land which he
owns in the valley and it is said
that a price has been set on his
beautiful country home near this
Mr Hagerman denies that he in
tends to quit New Mexico, but
those who know him well say that
he was terribly disappointed in the
fact that his son was incapable of
holding down the chief executive
chair after his costly schooling.
He is well aware that local politics
holds nothing for Herbert since
the boy was defeated in a local
compaign by a blacksmith in a
race for a county office here some
The threatened exposure of the
land deal, which caused H. J.
Hagerman's removal as governor,
is also assigned as a reason for the
elder Hagerman changing his residence.
found wanting." Woman's Home
Leases Rock Island Engines.
The El Paso and Southwestern
has leased from the Rock Island
eight of the 1600 class road loco
motives for use on the eastern di
vision between Santa Rosa and
Tucumcari. When the South
western took over the control of
the western division between these
two stations the equipment of road
engines was not large enough to
do the work on the new addition to
the system, and arrangements
were made with the Rock Island
for the Use of eight big engines un
til new ones could be secured
from the builders. Five of them
are now in service on the east end
and are in charge of Southwestern
When the American battleship
fleet starts on its 13,000 mile
cruise to the Pacific ocean, it will
proceed under war conditions. The
fleet will not only be constantly
prepared to meet an enemy, but
will conduct maneuvers designed
to increase its effectiveness.
For one Grey Mare 14 high 5
or 6 years old, branded quarter
circle slipper on left shoulder.
3wks Pd. J. G. Rush, Moore N.M.
FOR SALE Horses, Mules
and Mares 50 head to pick from.
Will trade for hogs and cows or
Gus Math is.
40tf Tucumcari, M. M.
To All Whom It Nay Concern :
Bit Off Bflis Wife's Nose.
Louis Goldman tried a little
while ago to effect a reconciliation
with his wife, Lena, who had gone
to live with her parents at 417
Pennsylvania auenue, East New
York. She did not want to be re
conciled. So Goldman lay in wait
ior her and bit off as much of her
(nose as he could get between his
teeth He told the police later
that he loved his wife so much
that the idea of her getting a di
vorce from him and marrying any
one else had preyed on his mind.
He thought that if he removed the
nose the divorce would not help
her any toward getting another
husband and that she would be
glad to come back to him. Gold
man was locked up on a charge of
Now, girls," said an ardent
Sunday school teacher, "I want
you each to choose some character
from the Bible whom you will em
ulate. Edna, you begin by telling
us your choice."
Edna was a very fat little girl and
had been often teased on accoun
of her excessive plumpness. M
choose," she said, the man who
was weighed in the balance and
In the Probate Court of the Coun
ty of Quy, Territory of New Mexico
In the Matter of the last Will and
Testiment of John W.
Coble, Deceased :
Notice is hereby given that on
the 1st day of July, A. D., 1907,
the same being the first day of the
July Term of the Probate Court of
Quay County, the last will and
testment of John W. Coble, de
ceased, was opened and read by
the Judge of said Court, and that
the Judge of said Court has set
and fixed the First Monday in
September, A. D., 1907, as the
day for proving said will.
R. P. D0N01100,
Clerk of the Probate Court of Quay
County, wew Mexico. 39
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