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title: 'The Tucumcari news and Tucumcari times. (Tucumcari, N.M.) 1907-1921, December 28, 1907, Image 21',
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We Buy the Best
THANKS TO THE PEOPLE
We Sell for the Least
Of Tucumcari and Surrounding Vicinity for the past thirty
days patronage. In the near future we will show a more
complete line of Drygoods, Clothing and Shoes.
Hoping continuance during 1908 and wishing one and all a
happy new year, we remain yours truly,
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.START THE SHEW YEAH RIGHT
No shelf worn
J. Miller has gone to Jona on a
Our city merchant, Mr. Allen
and son went to Tucumcari last
week after a load of f,oods.
John Mclvor has been suffering
for a week with a crippled hand
and arm, but is reported much
Christmas services at Mountain
View begun Christmas Eve., con
ducted by Rev. Scott Williams,
assisted by Rev. Fickey.
O. C. Fluke was seen on the
streets of our burg last Friday.
Come again preacher and bring
us another load of wood.
Mr. Rosser from the Indian Ter
ritory moved in last week and will
remain here if he can find a desir
able location. He is a brother-in-law
to Mr. Charles Rice.
Dorsey Starker is teaching a
very successful school in our little
itown, He is a West Virginia boy
in1 brings with him a recommend
atiqjrjus a first class teacher.
' "bported that Tom Riley is
iut fifteen head of cattle.
The guiTCy party should suffer the
penalty of the law.
Coyotes are becoming verv num
erous and bold, even entering
yards and picking up poultry,
young and old, no choice.
John Mclvor, Loran Fluke, B.
B. Boroughs and Willie Mclvor
took in five jack rabbits Monday,
they captured two unhurt which
Mr. Boroughs expects to take with
himJo,tlan Georgia, in Febru
ary 1908, and put them in the
FOR INDIGESTION AND DYSPEPSIA.
C3r "ul ar anteed
Xo Give Satisfaction or Your Monnv I.mT
If.f tor tiHliiK two.hlr.ln of n ll.uo Imttloof K.kIiiI. you can honestly ur It hu not
boi eiited you. wo will nruiitl your money. Try fcmlol todr, i Tuii Ru.rinfiSu
".'."i.!11 "llc.n. y,u f,llow". Irtw;iit It to tub dealer at the time of purchase
i f r,'t y-tlufy ". return tho In.ttlo containing onMhlrU of tho mSlM
to ttm dealer from wlioni you bouKut It. and wo will refund your money.
VV'V TH1M OUT
RELIEVES SOUR STOMACH. BELCHING. ETC. E. C. Be WITT COMPANY. CHICAGO. ILlJ
FOR S LE BY ELK DRUG TSORE, TUCUMCARI, N. M.
New Forms for Applications
Department of the Interior, General Land
Office, Washington, D. C.
A girl wanted, general housework
for about Feb. i. Apply at once.
12 it H. Perlstein.
New lorms of applications for
Homestead Entry, Soldier's Ad
ditional Homestead Entry, Desert
Land Entry, or for Timber or
Stone Sworn Statements, Timber
or Stone Final Proofs, and Yearly
Proof in Desert Land cases, have
been adopted, and on and after
March i, 1908, no entries will be
allowed in the class of cases above
mentioned unless executed upon
the new oflicial forms, or upon
forms which are exact duplicates
thereof, both as to wording, ar
rangement, and size. Each of
said forms is a combination of
the several (orms and affidavits
formerly required to be filed in
such cases, and the use thereof
will result in a saving of time,
labor, and expense to the local
land officers, proof taking officers,
P. A. Ballinger, Commissioner.
Christmas eve the little folks of
the town were delighted with the
Xmas trees at the various chur
ches. On account of the mud many
were kept away from the churches.
The Presbyterian, Methodist and
Baptist churches had beautiful
trees, distributing presents to the
OJVE yEAP, 1.00
We thank the public for their liberal
patronage and wish you all