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4) 5 Local and
Silas K. May has returned trom
Kansas City much improved in
M. B. Goldenberg has purchas
ed the house and lot of Weast & son
on Centr street.
Dr. R. J. Thompson returned
Tuesday from Duran where he had
been on business.
Miss Ruth Aber left Tuesday
morning for Lexington, Mo., where
she will attend college.
A. M. Boyd of Dalhart was here
this week investing in business
property on Second street'
Mrs. Felix Perry, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvey, is here
from Dawson visiting them.
Owing to a holiday our store
will be closed Sept. 8th.
B. F. Bess, the popular South
western telegraph lineman has
been quite sick for the past week.
Mrs. Dr. Thompson left this
week for her old home in Kentucky,
where she will visit for several
A five year old son of J. A; !
Phillips, exploded a dynamite cap
which tore away a part of hid
J. D. Dickering of Jericho, Tex
as, is among the list of home-seekers
who have located here this
S. Anderson, the tinner, has
purchased the business of Weast
& son and will consolidate it
Mrs. S. Anderson who has been
visiting at Colorado Springs for
the past month, returned home
Hugo Goldenberg of Santa
Rosa was in the city this week,
the guest of his brothers, M. B.
and A. D. Goldenberg.
Sam Mclntuff of Chattanooga
Tenn., has accepted a position
with C. T. Adair, the groceryman
on Center Street.
W. F. Fipps, of Endee, was in
the city Wednesday. He was after
horses, that had escaped from his
pasture and. found them near this
Quay County had another, good
soaking rain Saturday night. The
local market is crowded with all
kinds of vegetables and water
Misses Nellie and Verna Cart
wright of Dodson are here visiting
friends before returning to Missouri
where they will attend school this
Qtq Qsen, Cafp anc restaurant
man of Alamaeortfo, was here sev
eral days looHlPK ucumcar
with a view of locating. He went to
Por sonal X,
J. D. Bell, 12 miles southeast
of town is making XA bale of cot
ton per acre.
M. L. Medium returned from
Alamogordo last Wednesday
where he had been on business.
P. G. Chittenden returned from
Alamogordo last Wednesday where
he had been for a few days attend-
ing to business matters.
Luther Shelly, the Santa Rosa
banker, was a visitor Monday.
Mr. Shelly was up for the purpose
of taking a degree in Masonry.
T. A. Wayne is furnishing beef
to the Tucumcari markets now
from his ranges south of town, and
is bringing in some very good
C. P. Howe, of Walters Okla.,
Roy Poland and J. T. SurpluSS, Of
ParnellMo.,camein on the ex-
cursion Wednesday and located.
homesteads south of town about 20
Hugo Goldenberg, brorher of
A. H. nnd M. B. of. this c tv.
was here several days this week
guest of his brothers. He is en
gaged in the sheep business in
O. F. Edler and wife of St. Louis
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are locating in Tucumcari. Mr.
Ed " h " L l " Zch
reales atehere and very much
pleased with the city. He is a
friend of W. B. Jarrell.
A large number of homeseekers
arrived here Wednesday night with
i tii. ri i ti.m I
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tne kock ibiauu
was fifty-nine trunks and many
;nit cases and other baggage un-
sun cabLt, aim uuh6 B
loaded for them Thursday morning,
Th tnrk left a fine new babv
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
R. Daughtry, Wednesday morning
The youngster is an 81b boy and
he and his mother .are getting
along nicely. The News extends
N. E. Stevens, the grand secre-
tary of the Odd Fellows grand several of his children have settled gin to whistle softly; and the rep
lodge of New Mexico, returned to claims. He is very much pleased tile will uncoil and lay with his.
Albuquerque Wednesday morning wjth the country. All kinds of eyes closed and body quivering,."
after spending the time here from crops out there are good and the saidJohnT. Shelton, of Peters
Sunday morning. He instituted a farmers are very much encouraged, burg, Tenn. "On more than
lodue with 20 charter members.
Mrc F P 1 ones and babv bov
Mrs. L. Jones anu Daoy oy
c;lini.,v frnm a mnn- , . the ngni oui oi mem oy wiusiungi
vtitt O sill New Y k l,0n,t find 'andS 0Pe" Set,le",enJt The snake seems to become abso
mur's visit at Ossin nB, New York, . relinqllisilment6 and ... . ... ,. .
.,. .1. Tnr.iimcari their Derma-
nM homo Mr Jones is employed
Wok keeoer 'tarte S N,
as boolOckeeper ,n the Na
J. M. Hodges, Chairman of the
Board of County Commissioners,
uo v.oumy h,.u...
Was 111 IVlOnuuy aim iuCau.,
the purpose oi maK.nK u , v-
ment roru Uuay county io me
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oswcn mi uary in. ...
r . l . l,r ilnnn flint n It I ll fl I
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niHiits after beo ember isi coiuu
hf oons dereu.
Geo. Greear is in town for a few
days. He has horses for sale.
J. A. Whitmore announces the
birth of a baby girl at his house on
Mrs. A. Jowell left Monday for
St. Louis to buy her fall merchan
dise and millinery.
J. P. Welch i father of our fellow
townsman Ky 18 ,lere visiting
,lim' He lives in Carrollton, Mo.
Sam Minnas and Folter Cary
anu oiners nre nure irom ouer,y
Mo" lnkinK a ,ook at the countrv.
Mrs. Thomas Chittenden of
Trinidad, Colo., came in Thursday
Mor a vxslt w'tn ner husband, man-
ager of the wool scouring plant,
Col. T. W. Heman left Thursday
for a two weeks trip east. He will I
attend the National Encampment
of the G. A. R. at Saratoga Springs
New York, and from there goes to
the Jamestown Exposition.
Rev, j, y. Campbell, pastor of
Lw Mfthnr1iet P.hnrrh Smith, nn.
n0Unccs preaching at his church
F.vprvhnrlv InvJtPfl. Oivintr tn thil
ninp nf M. rmnMI nn nrvi.
ces have been held at this church
fnr Qfvfr.al wprU.
Judge R. L. Patterson and his
.four children, Arah, Opie, Shaferl
and the baby, Musa, left Thursday
morninp- for Sevmore. Texas.
h wU vsjt fof three
weeks with the children's grand
pare"tS- The Judge will leave the
children there where they wi at.
tend school this winter.
E. H. Fullwood, the successful
c o t : -i...
iarmer ui ouu juu, wub m u.e city
vfondav for suDDlies. He is run-
ning his broom factory at full blast
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The laie rains ovemuweu auoui
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forty acres of h s crop and is cans-
considerable trouble to the
gathers. He bought rubber boots
and sent men inco me nem ro worn
" m ",uu-
r j Springer, of Chicasha Indian
Territory, came in with the second
Rock Island excursion Thursday
Light and went out to Quay where
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f . th .
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merS not comln8 as sPfcu
bu( (or the uurp0SE or bulid-
ing permanent homes.
J. fyl. Alvey, one of
q thi r b 01lt for a
Toas and other pomi
nninii! nf minract
retltrninR. He lived for a
y m mat section of
flw nmtntr.ntwl C XVf wnilld ITIIPSR
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uuviuu ic umc u. .. ...
Wash Batson, the County Corn-
missioner, was in from Endee a
F. M. Salyers has sold his pro
perty on Main Street to Belmore,
the lumber man.
W. T. Emberton of Kansas City
manager of the Heims Brewing
Company is in the city.
The Musselman Lumber Co. has
sold out its Tucumcari yard.
Mr. Musselman is building about
twenty tenant cottages.
Dr. C, W. Kluttz arrived Thurs
day and is a welcomed visitor by
every citizen who knows him. He
notices many changes for the bet-
ter in Tucumcari during the past
Frank Baker who left here some
three weeks ago is in a hospital at
Denver recovering from an oper
ation for stomach trouble. His
friends WH ue pleased to know
that he is getting along well.
M. B. Fowler and James Lani-
gan have just let a contract for a
buildinS "4 feet for a steam
laundry. 1 he machinery has been
boiigutin Kansas City and St
Louis and an experienced man
h"iployed to run the business. They
i htm inurn i iinrr rt rnirrtr.nira nnrcu
power engine, ana win worK twenty-
five people. They hope to be run-
ning by October nth.
A Steam Laundry.
Fred Grove, who lives at Moore
south of Tucumcari was a visitor
this week and informs this paper
(hat he interested
laundry enterprise which will be
put in here right away. He has
concluded arrangements with a
party east, an experienced steam
Ilaundryman, he says, who will be
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e says, who w
days to begi
i ucic iii u icn uuya lu ucuui uic
erection of a building, the sinking
of a well, etc., and that they hope
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K They wiH invest something
Hke f 6000.oo in the equipment of
Whistling To Rattlesnakes.
"Should you ever encounter a
rattler and he shows fight, just be-
one occasion I have run across
rattle-snakes and have alway taken
soft whistle and will make no at
tempt to spring upon you. Thi,
appears to soothe his anger
and robs him of fighting power.
I saved my life on one occasion in
this manner. Try it and you'll find
flin T tll thp trnrh Nailivill
Elza Powell says he has tried
whistling to rattlesnakes, and that
it will work to perfection. Go on
Elza and take the dog. Hagerman