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yie ffueumeari Views
And Tucumcari Times.
Volume 5. No. 3
TUCUflCARI, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1907.
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MEETING OF THE
NEW MEXICO BAPTISTS
The Annual Convention of the
New Mexico Baptists will convene
at Albuquerque on Thursday, No
vember 14th and each church in
the Territory is expected to send
three messengers. This has been
a very prosperous year with this
church, twenty-five missionaries
have been employed at an expense
of over $10,000 and an active cam
paign is now on to wind up the
year's work without debt. The
Baptist college at Alamogordo now
U. S. PRISONERS BREAK
JAIL AT ALAMOGORDO
Two United States prisoners
that were arrested here and tried
before U. S. Commissioner Theo.
W. Heman for counterfeiting and
sent to Alamogordo for safe keep
ing, escaped by sawing out of pris
on. They came to Tucumcari with
the. famous Pawnee Bill's show. -
THE GLENROCK HOTEL
LEASED FOR. ONE YEAR
. J. Harrison has leased the
Glenrock Hotel for one year to a
Texhoma man, Shore is the name.
DISTRICT COURT CONVENES
Term Will Last Three Weeks
and Will Be a Busy One
The District Court of the Sixth
Judicial District of the Territory
of New Mexico for the County of
Quay convened here Monday, Oc
tober, 2 1 st, 1907, the Honorable
Edward A. Mann, presiding.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednes
day were taken up by the usual
Judge Mann is very anxious to
get both the criminal and civil
dockets clearsd of all cases which
it is possible to try at this term,
and is insisting on all old cases
being set and disposed of. The ses
sion will last about three weeks
and will be a very busy one.
First Presbyterian Church
Sunday School 10; morning ser
vice, 1 1 ; subject, "Judas, the Trait
or;" Y. P. C. E. at 6:45 p. m.f Miss
Margaret Telfer, leader; evening
service, 7:30; subject, "Are There
Corner Main' and Second During the Quay County Fair Trades' Display Parade
belongs to the convention, and a
girls' dormitory is being erected at
an expense cf $4,000. It should
be ready by the first of the year.
VISTA RICA CONGR.E
GATION POUNDS PASTOR
The congregation of Rev. J. W.
Campbell at Vista Rica last Sun
day night gave him a pounding
that added all sorts of good things
to the larder. Vista Rica is a pros
perous community and has a large
number of Methodists in it who
are looking well to the interests of
both school and church. Rev.
Campbell is holding down the
charges of Logan, Nara Visa and
WILL STORE CQAL HERE
The Southwestern has decided
to build a station here for the stor
age of coal. The capacity is to be
two thousand car loads. Several
hundred cars have already been
unloaded. The pile is at present
six hundred feet long, fifty feet
wide and fifteen leet deep.
Pan Hellenic Chapter
There is a movement among the
college fraternity hero to organize
a Pan Hellenic Chapter. There
are a number of fraternity men
here and such an organization
should be both a benefit and a
pleasure to them,
routine business of the court, hear
ing of demurrers, motions, etc.
The Grand Jury was selected,
empaneled, sworn and charged,
and retired for their work, and
have returned about fifteen or
twenty true bills, for larceny, gun
plays, assault, etc., to date.
The trial of criminal cases was
taken up on Thursday, the 24th.
The case of the Territory vs. Hunt
being the first case to be tried.
At this time the verdict has not
been reached. Motion for con
tinuance in the murder case of
Territory vs. Estes was over-ruled
and the case will come to trial this
term, and will probably be reached
Any 'Honest Dcubters'?"
A cordial invitation is extended
to every one, to join in the ser
vices of our church. Strangers
especially made welcome. Special
music at both morning and even
Warner II. DuBose, Pastor.
Fair Association Proposed
Tuesday night a number of bus i
ness men and citizens will meet at
the office of M. C. Mechem to dis
cuss the advisability of organizing
a permanent fair Association. The
trend of opinion is that we organ
ize and a second meeting is called
for the evening of November 6,