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Choice Fruit Brandies
Department of the Interior, United States
Clayton, N. M.
August 29, 190G.
A sufficient contest affidavit hnviug been
tiled in this otlice by U. M Turner, con
testant against Homestead Kntry No.
8269, madu May 1, 1906, lor SW.f Section
u, Township 9N, Range 34 li, by Marion
Savage, Contestee, in which it is alleged
that "said Marion Savage has wholly aban
doned said tract; that he has changed his
residence therefrom for more than six
months last past; that said tract is not set
tled upon and cultivated by said
party as required by law; and that said al
leged absonce from the said land was not
due to his employment in the Army, Navy
or Marine Corps of the United States, as
a private soldier, oliicer, seaman, or ma
rine, during the war with Spain, or dur
ing any other war in which the United
States may be engaged."
Said parties are hereby notified 10 ap
pear, respond and oiler evidence touching
said allegation at ten o'clock a. m. on Oct
ober 14, 1907, before Eugene E. 1 ledge
coke, United States Commissioner at En.
dee, New Mexico (and that final hearing
will be held at ten o'clock a. in. on Octo
ber 22, 1907, before) the Register and
Receiver at the United States Land Office
in Clayton, New Mexico.
The said contestant having, in a proper
affidavit filed August 29, 1907, set forth
facts which show that after due dilligence
personal service of this notice can be made
it is hereby ordered and directed that such
uotice be given by duu and proper publi
Edward W. Fox, Register.
Patty & May, Props
Bottle find Draught
The Best Of
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WANTS TO KNOW
A "constant reader" (probably)
on some other fellow's subscrip
tion; has asked the editor of the
Times, of Pocahontas, W. Va.,
why he didn't "write" more origi
nal matter for his paper. Mis reply
seems to cover the query and helps
all of us to explain that "manana
feeling." lie says:
"Hardhearted as we may appear
it must be confessed that we may
have some regard for the feeling
of our readers. Had constant read
er seen very much from our facile
pen, perhaps he would not choose
some more. We can clip better
stuff than we ever dreamed ol wait
ing. Besides it is some easier and
quicker and can be read and deci
pheted by printers. Our type sift
ers have a habit of going through
a copy like a forest fire. If the con
tinuous wear of the shears in sup
plying them with clippings has
worn callous places, what sort of a
foundation would our few remain
ing locks have if we had to get it
up. The second issue we ever print
ed scooped the bottom of our
mental scrap pile, and we have
been going on the bumpers ever
since. Our effusions effervesce now
about as freely as sorghum through
a straw at fortv degrees below
freezing point. Besides we have
another thing to take up our time.
Meditation is the prime factor in
getting up copy; and being an ad
herent to one church by birth, to
another by marriage and to the
world by inclination, belonging to
thirty-nine secret organizations and
the secretary of ten committses in
each; impelled by a solemn vow to
spend a short time each day in
taking sufficient nourishment, cus
sing the weather, hoeing in the
garden, going fishing and playing
ball, playing with the children:
with two thousand open accounts
on a half a dozen ledgers that have
not been balanced since the war;to
think up seventeen different ex
cuses each hour as to why certain
orders for job work have not been
completed on time; to wade through
miles of dreary wastes in the daily
press in order to talk intelligently
on Buster Brown's latest episode,
the shortest route to Mars: Fritz
gammon's chance to knock the
block olf some other bullet-headed
son-ol-a-gun, Roosevelt's last es
capade; patching up an engine and
two rattle-trap presses with a shoe
H. S. I3RICKLEY, Pkks
L. E. TAYLOR, Supt.
Water, Ice I Power Co.
We will do your
ly and at rerson
bles and Fixtu
res a Specialty.
We sell Colora
do Screened Nut
We are tierc to stay and solicit your patronage.
W. P. BUCHANAN, PiWt. EAR.L GEORGE CnhUr.
I The First National Bank
I General Banking Business Transacted.
I TUCUMCARI, - N. M. t
string and horseshoe nail, besides
taking care of the sufficient evils
each day brings as its own, we
have not the time.
County of Quay.
Notice is Hereby Given To
Whom It May Concern
That Mary E. Ritter, the un
dersigned, was appointed on the
27 day of June A. D. 1907, by the
Probate Court of Quay County,
New Mexico, administratrix of the
estate of Kemary Ritter, Deceas
ed, and all persons having claims
against the estate of said Kemary
Ritter, deceased, will present the
same within the time required by
law. Mary 15. Rittkr,
Notice of Dissolution.
Notice is hereby given that the
firm of Pankey & Johwon is this
day, August 23rd, 1907, dissolved
by mutual consent. All accounts
owing by this firm will be paid by
A. D. Pankey, and all accounts
owing to them will be received by
A. D. Pankey. .j6-4t
A. D. Pankky,
Cotton Crop Showing up Well.
Quay N. Mex. 8-29-07.
Editor Tucumcari News.
I have been informed that you
want every one that has cotton to
report to you.
I have 5 acres good stand, general
estimation is l bale per acre al
ready insured and if favorable
weather, will put on xi more.
This cotton is on sec. 12 3 miles
east of Quay P. O.
R. 13, SlIII'MAN.
The Rock Island excursion
Wednesday night, brought in sev
eral coaches of homeseekers. The
editor has met and talked with
many of them who express a sur
prise that we grow such crops
here and that we have a town show
ingmore progress than any they no
ticed on the trip. "Why," one of
them said,"That corn looks like
old Missouri." He was looking at a
small exhibit in this office. There
are few people who are coming here
now that don't stick, and our coun
try will almost double again in
population in six months.
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