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Ask to See Noyes-Norman Go's. High Top Shoes ROLLAND BROS. & KANN
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Local and Personal
Stanley Lawson w nt to Kl Paso Mrs. Silas Mav is visiting n-lut-Wednesday
on a business trip. ( tttes in Cnrri.o.o tins week.
Sherwood and llaulgravt
tin Cunningham residence
I'or telinble land ollice inlotma
tion see or write IS. G. Welch, 'IV
cuincari, N. Mex.
Miss Minnie Kaiser was in Irom
(Juay this week making linal prool
on her homesteod.
Dr. Hrnnham and son, George
Hranham.ol San Jon, were in the
The annual election ol the Hap
tist church will In? held next Tues
day night at the church.
Mr. and Mrs. James O'Rouke
have letumed this week from a
three month's visit in Nebraska.
J. H. Wasson is erecting a build
ing on the lot where the Home
Hakery was burned a lew months
Ardie Knilong oi Drowning Mo.,
is spending several days in Tucutn
cari, on a prospecting trip, and
will probably locate heie.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. King, who
have spent some tr.te in lil Pi i her homestead.
returned last week, ami nave uik
cn a cottage on Second Street.
Mrs. Mary A.
Coiittactors aie still waiting lor
glass lor the Tttist building.
Slocum, the jeweler, is display
ing a fine line ol novelties in burnt
Mnster Mechanic Kugeue Gor
don, returned Thursimy morning
irom a trip to lil I'aso.
About seventy-live homeseekers
and investors came in on number
one Wednesday night.
. It. Doyle is breaking snd on
his claim east ol Hard.
Uard items. ORDINANCK NO. X.
, curs i h
tin it Orlnint!l In tin- I'uy " l "
("lis ol 'I'm timt .it i
Sir. I All .ill-mints, claims mi'l 'li'
m.niils ataitiii ilia ullv shall ! lull ''I
Mr. and Mm. I'evton have con e complem!) iti-mlreil, wiih ttau- .m-t imr
to theit claim north'east ol Hard. " ' ' ""' u "'V ;"'"' "il!U,
wliosr insttini -. or iihim what rniiir.iti tin'
Miss Menial) Sands was the guest -supplies wen: liifnislied r mimr iwtintm-
ol Miss Hernice and Wilma Carter , ...
. c . Such iirrnunts ni.it flmtns slinll lir-
IllSt Mlliuay. , wfilP Ulnn , nttnrli.il In blank l.ill-
Urns Cartel writes Itoin Henrie- lifU lut mOiei!li ilir u. m win. n .1. .u
.ill .1.1 i ....... , lr Mimeml lni tin-HlKimmtf ol tlif claim-
tta, Oklahoma that he is progress- i tMlvkr.!t.rr or nKtu. mum an-
ing tine with his school. in tlir IhIIowiiik form
Mr. Strud, who has liecn to his xMtM J
lormer home in Missouii on a bust- 1.'.'"U.N'M " y (, solcmnl -wear tint
ness trip, has leturned. ihn wiihtu iiml hi-lorn turniionni it(um
... , , , .. . , Is irnn anil rortrrt, iiivl tli.il tin- imh".
Libert Allred has begun plowing thntrin ,WMUyM,i MVI. ,rM ,.. lt..,
(or next year's crop, and expects to (r ariicl.it inniMiiM) as stmH. ami th.n
raise lots ol leed next season. no pari tin-rent h.is b.-i-ii paid.
Tftm l'..rlln c.uult mwlflV1 ll'tlll
red Newing is back on the lome (oks ,enj rt.Uir,K to his
mjii meMern as maKemau. ie wor. at Vega, Texas, on Monday.
uiiiur nib uihi trip oui auuuay
Sutiscrilwil ami sworn to IwIoih iiim iln-i
. . .day ol y.
I have a lew big bargains
residence piopertv il sold soon.
C. II. dcYAMI'AKT,
I Heal Ivstnte Agent
I itv Clerk.
Miss Susii- Suwder. who has been Such itemirotl accounts anil claim- sh.nl
sick with lever lor several weeks, l in open metii.,. rBlrr.l u .he
. a ... . i . I. I'li'l'in?! liUiniiiiiti' i P"i
IS now ame to oe up iihim ui ui: nni instruction m thn tinan. e eommitte--.
tittle. anil by thf tin.i'iK! cominiilf-r'-portftl to
Xf .. . . , ..... this City Counc I All inch moons stiall
Mr. Ducks has been home a lew . .... in .,, .i,,.,
ilnv (nun 'I'licutlicari. where lie K, , tl .mi nrli imivm .li.ill hav
I'he lilk Drug Store have made ilfl i10 ,.m.,r)vi-il bv the M. H. claim lor i.un.iKns auainsi th- ity ol i
their Iront verv attractive by ap- r.nl.l..nlw.ru r Tucumcari. ho shall present the same in i
plying a new coat ol paint. Next ., , . . . . ,, , "h'' V"y (,"un? , l.,?re,l.,I
week they will commence serving The Irost at n.ghts during the ; jj inj frjrf. n.l u", Ir,',,. ft?:
hot drinks. past week has made the larmers . ch claim. ' J XT,', nTr'to
M- - a-i.1 i. -a m: .,,J9,.cl,"inK ine 1UL'' OI any reeoverv thereon.
4MKMt. tiauiMuun ,iu ia ),(., r L.e( CTOpS. Pasted this illl llay Ol UrtOtiel, A
'iiman, oi snti jon, were in
. ..... ' UMtJ,
rucumcari vesterdav. Miss Ash- uur ourg was tieprneu ui ii iuuc Ap,lfove( this 14th .lay of ucmber A
brook was making final prool on connection wiui it.cumcai. .o. .1 u. igox.
" ' I 1. .. ........... .f .1... .........I I A Sluv.l
WeUKi Oil HL tUll 111 UI 111c miuiiii j
i,nrlm. .... .h,. lin... I Mayor of the ( ily ol rucumr.iri N M.
I M. C. Mechem, candidate lor the ... . Attest J. K. Di uin kv
ienuneil. nml nwiri... rinnev. can- Ml . and Mrs. Allred and dai ght-i Clerk.
Hurton, mother , di..ltL. for .oll!iL. . .;..,. er, ol Wildorado, 1 exas, who nave -... inn , , ...
anu j. "
in Tucumcari Tuesday and will , y - c0Unt v"UVis week. olM place, returned to their - ;"r- "
m ike her home with her daughter I ' home Sunday. , ua in ua nan.
uKcutruoi I WANTEDj rhree R00 as. I Mayor . A. Street was at Hurry
m.rt. I . . . 1 vl Mn.tnllin VlPSV. I Tiij.r.K. . Meil!tiv lit.. In. ..ill i Inc.
; cousin, I. A. Robinson.
Urother Waller filled his regular , Gross, Kelly A: Co., have this
appointment Sunday. week received a carload ..1 stoves.
iiwur riiiu iiiiiHr.
Most ol the larmers are about . .. ,
through putting up their feed.
. . , . siaiuiii uisiuui ui;milii: iui i-ii-tY
W. F. I'ra.nard, lormer cashier Moxic) Addre9g Jn0i s BookR(
ol the fc f; u' i - I territorial deputv, Drotherhood ol
here, and b. M. Heman, ol tins . American yen. Tucumcari,
citv, lelt Tuesday night lor I.os N
IF YOU DO NOT
cari: to usk sterling
siia'kr for kvkry ijay
R. Wallace "
will give your table an
equally rich appearance,
and will outwear any
thing on the market.
Let us show you some
ol the beautiful assort
ment in our cases.
will In- phased to
sli-jw ou our new and
latest designs wliirh have
HARRY W. YASCEN
The Leading Jeweler
mill CarpeU arc shown
here 111 prnfusloii. We
ptlile i-uiM'lvi's upon
1 lie i' ni'i'lli'iii'e ui our
siM-k ui liiipoili'il Hugs
1 In-ill in the most choice
and imltpie of designs,
anil 1I11H U';iut I ft- vuiir
hoiiie When piaci'd In your pailiir they show the oilier "nice
things' !-uond advantage and make a pleasing eoiitriihl to
tin umI iiuii ei'illug di-eur.ii Ions The prices tie very teasuu-
itiili- lot such higlegiade liiipuileil limulcs.
IJAUNES & RANKIN
luciuiicarl. N. !S.
George L. Green ol Iindee, was
in the city Wednesday making
applicaton to commute on his claim,
three and one hall miles northwest
I'OK SALE 80 acre relincpjtsh
ment, three miles from Tucumcari,
at bargain price.
C. II. okYami'KRT,
Heal Estate Agent.
Upstairs Campbell building. t-tf
C. C. Reed attended the funeral j s AndrBW8 orenwn 0 thl;
ol C. IL Miller, I uesday, a rep- caf dlsIJirllIlenl in ,his ci,V( ,ms now
resentative ol tue San Jon lodkc ej htm mrn workin in lis depart-
of Woodmen, of which Mr. Miller
was a member.
lV.entcd lands: Want twelvn
quarters at once. Must be in lour
teen miles of Tucumcari and cheap
Call at once.
Lange & aisney. 4-tl
H. V. Robertson, oi Marshall,
Arkansas, a representative of the
Arkansas Democrat, Little Hock,
spent several days this week visit
ing in Tucumcari.
Mrs. Maud Miller, wile ol C. IL
Miller, deceased, returned to San
Inn Wednesday. She made ap
plication to prove up on her home-
Steau two mues mjuui . j-"
Albert Wilborn, candidate lor
county surveyor, has been hot loot
;nu it t.i week among the voters
along the Canadian river, and leels
that his election is preuy wen us
The cement sidewalk Iront of
the Herring building is completed,
nn.t n rcmi.Tit driveway has been
put down on the allev between the
land office building and the nerring
E. H. Fullwood and wile.ol San
Ion. were in town today, f un
wood has been cutting feed crops
lor the larmers in Ins vicinity, anu
says he has about four thousand
bundles on Ins own ciaim.
Mrs. L. E. Sherwood and daugh
ter, Louise, accompanied Irs
Trim Sherwood to Nara Visa Tues
day. Mrs Tom Sherwood will
leave Nara Visa in few days to oin
her husband in Oklahoma.
Miss Kate Mosier has returned
Irom Hartlord where she spent
several days with Mrs. Schuab
t who sustained painlul iniuries dur
jng the cyclone last week, but is
mucn improveu ;u una wuiuir
Mrs. Miller and daughter, Miss
Mav Miller, ol Corydon, Iowa
mother and sister ol C. H. Miller
who have beenin Tucumcari during
the recent illness and death oi Mr.
Miller, returned to their claims at
San Ion, Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Israel ar
riyed in Tucumcari this wMki alter
a toir of pojuts, in Colqrado. As
announced in our paper ol recent
date. Mr. Isreal was married on
(he 1 ath of this month to Miss
Clara Gun, at her home in Dixon,
The Tucumcari land oflice (orce
has been about as busy as is pos
sible to be this month. Filings
contjnue to come in, and with final
piool work ;s taking up most ol the
time ol the employees of the oflice.
No contest business has been done
and will not be untill November.
Quite an intcresipj( meriting ol
the VV. p. T. U. wis held with
Mrs. Shaw on Friday aiternoon.
A 'jie ladies of the IJnion have
completpd arrangements lor their
j-jalloween party to be given to
Plght at tte home of Mrs. De
Olivera, on Adams street, and are
expecting a large attendance,
D. A. Delmoru, ol the Helmore
I. umber Co.. of this citv spent this
Sam Oakly and wife, and the weei, : ,... visitine his son.
boys are back home after a month's nhn lllim m.wl.,1...... in.ns.'
flt)SCnCCi ( -..e-.,. ft... ili.mrmrnttr' In L t li'lw 1
Our Sunday school is still pro- spent several days in town this
gressing, but with small attendance week.
as some ol our people have gone. .Tank Raglaud and -tt Cooper, ,
Don Allen, Lister Allen and ol near Kagland, wen- 111 I ncum-
llm..r Mineirnr have relumed can Vcdnesua witn two loans 01
force will be increased to twenty alter being absent lor a couple ol fine milo maize which thev sold lor
five men soon. months. M8.00 per ion.
Supertendent of motive power, Mrs. Mae Waller visited in this A cJw,f ol vo"l: ,,,,'?pI.1' W, P
r... t ..... r i.-i n. .., i... c 1.... ir t,l uengimuiiv uinei i.iiui-u uisi -m h-
l u.ll I uaiuui il u.1 & unut 11. 1 VIUIIII!) IH3I vJuhuiij . wmi . . , SI f- " ' ' '
the city Thursday on a tout of in- neighbors are always welcomed ing at the home ol .lr. am .Mrs. lt , . ,trr t . ,.,,.tk .
I 0 All kiiiiliunn M HCl itlil 1. 'I n . ip. t,r t liu 11 h. t fill ' ifili kl fna
tt Jllll'nuil !- 1 il' iimiiii s'n-ii'i
...c .........I. ..r.. ...lirii-...! Iiv ih,. I walk in ill-fin il Tiiriiniuim ;il llie li,l
ment here, and thinks that his
spection. Mr. I'axton go.-s over back home.
tlie roau on an inspection tour ...... . ,, ,.., c,,,,.!-.. n;.,ht .. ". 1... i..wini! iiii -truet ir..iii.. 10 wit
about once a month. 1 1.1 . 'l .1..: V.i iTi, I ""V V Art.. TInM irm. mU i-l.- M:
1 uiun uumi icaiuiutt m i were serveu. 1 nose present wen suent.
Mrs. Neis intends to open her Hmdman, and tore up a staple Misses lacksoo. Shearet. Ti rt, Arm Sfrumt street, wmili snI" M.un
photographic studio in the Herring belonging to George Harker, tak-1 Gentry, and hostess, Miss Romi ,. . .,
buildiiK' next week. She is going ing oil the rool. Simpson, and Messrs Sherwood, I "" Mtw" M,mh Mlle N,J
Dunn, K dulpli,
to nave an eieK-aiiuy imeu siuuiu n.ir Method st minister, at)
and will be prepared for all kinds poilUL.j i,y t,e quarterly confer
ol photographic work. ence Drother Dossett. tilled his
file News has been informed appointment the first Sunday, and
that a corporation has been lormed,
and will ask the city government church, Misses Lucy Hoyner
of Tucumcari for a te et hone ran- nM" -,,c ranter.
When I lead of 11 I until. !.
nle foi sou; when I lead of
Mr Talt I want t- M'te lor
onr frleiul Tuft . yu t wn ineii
iire 11 II K' In si .ine ways Iwtli
truthful and honest Kadi
uf oii say uiir eniuit r Is lin
ing 1" tin- dogs If I ote fur
the other What am I lodiv
Mahi! t lli-iii si would t r
t tell un In- ktmws a goud
deal liesi- das Wondei if
he kii"s enough to
S I Alt Nl 11 It TON SMOi S
o he imii lest eas Ynu
know ' as) leet keep an eas)
I'M I: FAHOUS
Notice to ConPtvctors
N ''ice i lieii.il)- k wn tint Luis vtl !
SOMETHING FOR NOTHING
Prank W. Slocum will give to
the person guessing nearest to
the popular vote of our next
president u $5.00 prize, to be
selected by the winner from the
stock of Jewelry, Watches,
My guess is
Sign name here
Hring this ad to Startup's leweltv Stole belore (:oo p.
Novembei 2, igoS.
two new members were added to
Building Material For Sale
chise. El Haso and Tucumcari
people are inteiested.
I wo new crews were added to a. H. Meeting can supply vou
the lil I'aso & bouttiwesetm lorce Wltj, It kinds of building material,
last week, and the freight business hand, gravel, stone, etc. Hauling
is on the incrense. It is thought and dravage of all kinds. 4-tl.
that two more crews will be put on
the first ol the month.
A. D. Goldeulierg attended the
e.isi siile Thinl
. 1 xrii
anil ArrrM Mmn treet.
-! Across Mmn street, went side etoinl
NOTtCK FOK ITItUICATION. Mrei
I)nnarimrni ol the liiiorior. I'. S. Land Arros Main sireel west suln l-'trsi
Olhre at Tucumcari. N M . Oct. il. ivoh. strriM
1...1.... w 1 p ei, i?r..c meeting ol the grand lodge ol A.
Simpson and Sam Hiewer were a ';. nnd A' M ;0' 'V Mo, at
party of hunters h rtv m Irk east "'""V"'
of tucumcari this week. They '"K Icumcar. lodge nmnber a?,
returned without any game; did Robert Dewar. general foreman
ol the Tucumcari shops, was in
ri... i.ii..u nic i.i.n..ic i.-ic. npringneto, 010., wun nis wnennu
1 HU IHUIb.l Wl Utl HIIWIIIIv.1 .1 M'l.l- 111 ' t I I 1
copal Guild will serve dinner in cuiiu o y.su 01 several w.tks, -Mr,
Hemau'h new to,e building return.nK a lew days ago, bu on
on Main street, at n:oo o'clock on VVedncsday rec-tyed a wire from1
election day. He sure and come, n.s wne mat ine cnuu was very .11, ;
and get the biggest dinner vou ever nnu f" " . uuruay
Noticu is hi-reby nivmi llnit John U All'
red ol Hard, N. M.. wlmun Oct. js, 19117.
miilu liomoiieait tuilrv No 2101 1, rial
No. ojoo, lor 1104 ec. s twp to n, ranno
jjo, N. M-. principal .m-rulian, lias tiled
nolirr of intnntion tu maknlinal commuta
tion prool. to establish rhim to die land
above drscribi-d, uohue l-.unrne K. lleiUe
cokr, U. S Co'nmissiiitinr 111 Ins ollire at
Endei-, N. M., on the joih day ol Hecem
bar 1 ..
("laimani nams as witnesvjs.
Murk llorno, T W. Ilnrmi, H Maker
li. O. rtllrnl all nl H..rd N M.
o-i K. A Prentice. Kenuli-r
cros t'unler ir?t. east side Second
Acre , Second utreet, north side Main
Across Second street mmiiIi siiIl- Smith
Ai ro-. Mimh street, ons.1 side second
A.I l.i-l- must bo ufiled and llled uilh
die 1 iiv 1 leiV. nm later than luehn
i,lo-. I., ill) da nl November. !'..
' Tlie nr. ...-.till bidder inusi enter into a
i.niu.ii 1 i.-r die prnpei completion ol sanl
vs. ilk- 11 iirdin to tlie plan .mil specili-
, c.ition un ale ir I tie nnice u .lie t'lerk ol
.id Citv said walks to I- completed not
I. ter than the ijib d.'i ol Decemlwr iijns
ml bidder, if li enters into vu'il t ontrarl
t-uu ne a Ixnid in .-. mum not less 1I1 n
mhle the romract price. (Vindili'inen
n,H)ii the faithlul perlormance ol his part
The. contract will be let in the lowest
b.eu bidder, the ritdit in reveil to
a cept any bid the t n ..'niinri, ma it -em
I be the lowest best lint, inil the tub- s
alvo reserved to rej.M any .Hid .til bids
Urdeied this ilih day ol October, ko.s
b) the 1 1 y Ciiiiui'd in reiilar session.
I V Mhkki lanr
Aitest: J K. I's- .11 1 k i.lerk.
Wanted- House in Tucunn.an
011 paxmi-nts Lanue -Sinev. 4 tt
How do oii stand icuard
ing the tat ill on hides when
you stand in a pan ul
When on those shoes vou
know .11 an- standing on
what is alwa s right.
A HOUSE ON TIME
payments is a whole hit butter than
paying ivut. For the payments vni
end Mime tlinu while rent, like the
hiook, gous on forever So as long
as you have to ay out iiionet every
iiiout li or quarter why tint ay it mil
A HOUSE OF YOUR OWN
We'll .sell yon one. well hnllt. In a
guild location fur a little money down
and Utile piiyinuiils I hen-after. Vou
tinictleally pay rent m yourself. Coin
lug to ask more ahum the plan'
ate lor filtv cents,
Andrew A. Anderson, of Mercer
Mo., brother of F. G. Anderson of
Hartford, who was killed in the
storm two weeks ago, was in 1 u-
morning, to oin ilium at Spring-
P. A. Stefiian, who resides near
Hartford, was in town Friday.
He was among the mupbei ol peo-
MUliii inu ivn:ns mkui wa ill i ii- , . , . , i. .
' ,.; i.. .J:,u u.c fn,i,r P P Who lost everything but life in
i .1. .:. . :.. i- week ago. He says the injured ol
iui llltll iiuiiiu III I'lintuuiii
that community are rapidly recov-
Dr. P. W. Longfellow, corres- er'mg, and the death of Ferrel G.
ponding secretary ol the New Anderson is the only latality re-
Mexico Uaptist convention, will porteu in mat tocaniy.
preach at the Haptist church Sun- j , S.Owen, who took the body
uay morning anu ngin. ur, of his juU. daKhter NUlqred to
Arknnsaw (or burial, returned I
Wednesday night. His wile and
son who were injured (n the storm, '
have leu the. home sanitarium, and
. 1 i .. . . 1 . . .
ine lamny nave laaen a cottage,
on Second Street.
In the rcportnr'o intprvtaw with
Lonufe low is one ol the most
able preachers ol New Mexico,
Everybody is cordially invited to
come and lieai hjm
The Tucucmari Public Service
Co., are agents lor the Tuncscon
incandescent lights, which use on
ly about one third ol the current the clerk aMhe court last week in
f ..... l!.. 1...4 .. . .1 i tl, . 11..
01 ine (jruiiuuv ii;iiti t'tn H'V- re Q HV vflBtJ 01 w. j. riittson,
tlirnr times rifi much IlKltt, Thty Ua Word disbarred was used when
hnnalc Klobcs from thirty-two can-lit should have been suspended In
die power to one hundred and hlty. stead. Suspension is the custom
They are as cheap as glass, and wj(,.n prpepedurn under cha(es
a 1 1 .... H.Li .aI. 1 l.al
give a. mild P-M,,;f MKu! ?. pave not Doen conciuueu
Among the arrivals at the Glen- JameR Hardy, of Chicap,o, who
r.wb ,i,U vueelt wen-t lohn Hush, is fuel agent ol the Hock Island
Seward Kansas, . IS. Miles, Hut- Railway, was here two ypp ao
chinBon, Kanoasi . II. Hrauner. arranKjiip a v in ua- ii yu
inn. n. M.i I. S. Hrooks. Hov: daily from the Dawson people (il
r r,. Knneen. Kl Paaot I. V. teen cars ol coal, and Irom. the
Moorman, and C. D. Patterson Rocky QUntain Railway live
Dnlhart; R. G. Johnson, Solano, cars. Mr. Hardy thinks that the
N. M.i Mrs. fi. IS. Wall, and Mrs. Rock jsland people will be able to
L. S. Uigspy, Nara Visa, N. M., handle as much as two hundred
Geo. Sickle, St. Joe, Mo.t MaRlle carloads a day from the Dawion
Ashbrook, San Jon, N, M, 'company
O, Copjriliht 190I by Sr
CALL "doings" are showing the
usual activity just now;
preparations for them must include the
matter of correct clothes. That's where
we come in strong, with
Hart Schaffner & Marx
fine suits and overcoats; we'll make you
ready for any hind of business or fun;
for auv kind of weather; we'll suit any
body's tastes in colors, style, pattern; in
quality and in low prices.
We'd like very much to have a chance
to show you some of our fine goods; ve
wont urge you to buy them if you're not
ready; we just like to show them.
They're worth seeing! and they're worth
a great deal more than the prices we ask
This store is the home ol
linrt Schaffner A Marx clothes
We gave away this month thirty-eight
palm of $5.00 Shoes. Did you get yours?
TAFOYA & LAWSON
"The Store of Quality"