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title: 'The Tucumcari news and Tucumcari times. (Tucumcari, N.M.) 1907-1921, November 09, 1907, Image 7',
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Population of Alamorfordo Has
& Chase After Bear Presented
to Park by Judge Mann.
Alamogordo, N. M., Nov. 3.
Mann's big cinnamon hoar, captu
red by that jurist and a party of
friends in the wilds of Lincoln
county and presented to Alamogor
do in perpetuity, got out of the
park where it is kept, the other
day, and there was immediately
something doing. The bear has
been kept in a cage on the little
island in the park, where it has
been one of the sights of the town.
In some way the bear got loose and,
plunging into the lake, swam across
to the mainland, immediately
thereafter, taking a fast hike to a
big pile of telegraph poles across
the track, into the recesses of which
Bruin retreated, growling. About
three hundred people turned out
to see the bear recaptured. Mr.
Crippen, the park keeper, after con
siderable strategy, finally succeed
ed in dropping a lasso over the
bear's head from the top of the pile
of poles, and aided by the populace
dragged the bear back to the park.
The bear is a big one and had taken
a notion to be disagreeable, the
mortality might have been appall
ing. As it was, however, he sub
mitted to being reincarcerated with
a good grace and is again in the
park as a standing monument of
the prowess of the New Mexico
Lew Egnell of Cross Fork,
Penn., spent last week here visit
ing L. E. Taylor and IT. Brickley,
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South, East and West.
I shall bo pleased to furnish n
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U. S. DEVOlt, Agent
Sa.n Jon Notes.
Luther Martin is expecting his
mother here this week. Mrs. Mar
tin spent part of lust winter here,
was so well pleased with the
climate that she decided to return
Mack Home was called to Tu
cumcari last week to serve on the
E. H. Fullwood and familv are
enjoying a visit from Mrs. Full
wood's brother, Dr. Walter Bates,
who arrived from Massachusetts
a few days ago.
Henry Moore is putting up a
building for a grist mill.
Our community is saddened by
the news of the death of Mrs.
Hughes, mother of Mrs. Jim Bell.
Mrs. Hughes had been visiting a
daughter in Minnesota, returning
to Tucumcari only a week before
her death. Mrs. Hughes had a
way of making many warm friends
wherever she went, and her cheery
ways and lovely disposition will
long be remembered by our people
A new school house is being
built just east of Mr. Pittman's.
M iss Freeman who has a claim
southwest of here, was in town
il . 1 r
recenuy nuying material tor a
house which she will erect on her
Home Brothers have sold their
store building and town lots to an
Endee firm. We arc sorry to lose
them from the store, as they have
always been courteous and oblig
ing to their customers.
San Jon is getting ready for a
newspaper. This is something we
will be glad to see. There is noth
ing that helps more to build up a
town than a good, clean paper.
We hope the citizens of the Valley
will give it their hearty support.
Mr. Fowler understands the news
paper business, and we feel sure
he will make it a success.
We have here in this office a
specimen string of cotton from
Benj. Hancock's farm that is a
wonder. The variety, Mr. Hancock
says, is "Shine," which is the very
best staple in the United States.
His field looks like a snow bank,
he tells us, and it is his belief that
the cotton industry is going to be
the leading money crop for North
east New Mexico.
Dr. Russell is retiring from prac
tice in order to attend more closely
to his drug business. He is provid
ing more room in the store and
putting in a cement walk and mak
ing other improvements to facilitate
the handling of his growing busi
Among the births recorded this
week and last are: W. J. Hittson,
baby girl; R. L. Nolte, boy: F. C.
Shepard, baby, but don't know the
6 'Stag Bar"
W. T. Flatt, Mgr.
The Best Imported and Domestic Liquors and Cigars I
vuuntuus attention given all customers.
Sugiwr Valley and Belle of Mellon Whiiky our Specialty
I Israel Block, East Front. Tucumcari
W. H. ruQUA, Pres. W. A. Jackson. Sec.
W. F. Buchanan, Treas.
Texas and New Mexico Investment Co
I Real Estate,
Town JLots anil
I Russell addition to the town of Tucumcari. Office East Main
2). M. T WRJSfEP
Contractor f3L Hutlder
Estimates, Plans and Specifications
Furnished on Application.
First Class Dbvelltngs a Specialty
M. B. FOWLER
$ M. t. howler Prop.
9 Sole agents for Pabst. Anheuspr Hnsrh
ffi and Ferd Heim Beers.
ffi Full Line of Glassware for Supplies.
Business Phone 45
Seasonable Soft Drinks Bottled by m
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Contractor and Builder
Thirty years experience in the business en
ables me to make close estimates. Will contract
to build complete any kind of building from ground
up, also have full set of moving outfit and will
contract to move any kind of buildings. Practi
cal experience enables me to make close estimates
Enquire at Western Lumber Go's. Office.
W. B. LONG
Conractor and Builder
Estimates, plans and specifications furnished