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AND TUCUMCARI TIMES
VOL. 11. NO. 10
TUCUMCARI, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY. JANUARY V. 1013
SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 A YEAR
I
A COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
County Superintendent Pack
Issues Petition to the
Voters of Quay Co.
dimity Sri I Siimi niii'iiili'iit K
I'm-It l.n issued iili nin which lire
attach nl tu I hi following prnvinioiis,
.md they an- eht to some itrt in
i -a ill district, o they should give it
iln'ir attention nt i-iH'r. !i its of iniu-li
interest tn nil llli. I U I a lillllli'l .ill'l lift
let e'lllclll Mill.
liQgnl ProvlBtons for Establishing Coun
ty High Schools
i In substance i
I. tthf lifili of tno ini'ii iiml women
liptt shit It M'itiiin i hr UiiHnl tif
t uiinty Cntnttyissineers to call tin election
! .let. rtn i ni tin- iiit't inn. nv Hiiiii in
.iiisi'i wliu i it I'lliCPH of the I'. S,
mum .'I yours I'lil. has lived in New
Meiii IV months, in tiiny county )"
dny, iii the school district .'Mi dny next
preceding thin petition, or election, ox
.(jit iilntt. insane persotis, persons con-
ii'li'.t .if iiifntitnu clime, utile ro
stule1 tu politic! lights, iitcl I ml in ns
mil 'axed, are entitled in petition Mid
Villi- itc Mils ltll: inn, as MeJI ll ?i
U'"' 'it all1 school election.
2. 1 I'oii receiving (hi petition, tlio
Hunt. I tin nt v Commissioner, will
call tin- elect on within tlilrt days.
iiml conduct it the same :is fur t olec I
tiuti nf i-uiintv uffiwis. It" tin- mnjority i
uf i ln : east nt mid eleeiinn sitnll
In- in fnviit- uf Hii' esttiblishment of
th sail rniiiitv thuli School, the said
Hoard hull declare i' established,
I. The runt uf thi site iiml the build
ing shall in- furnished free by tin twhonj
lint rift in wli'ili tin I'minty High
Hehnul in located.
I. '"hr high school must continue tn
ti'ii h nil tilt subjects now t might ill it,
iiml tln additional branches uf uiununl
'ruining, domestic aeioiiee, element nf
ngriftiltnic, n mi commercial science.
Tin' Count v Miperinfendeiit. by
1 1 1 no u hi nllico, together with the
1.4 1 it' director, in widen flu Cuuuv
Hijih Ni'hunl i i.tnlilihi'il, li ii 1 1 inn n
llJi. .'iml liSi-ll'i!' foil I'lllltrnl. IIMM till' J
- '.unity Huh Si IiduI. j
ti. ll I'ii'lilri'ti nf i'liniil ntli rsiili'ig
in tin i utility, ntil who hiiM 'tniltiil
tin wurk of tin i'ilitli j4iiiili' ii irn
oiTili.-ii by tin- Ktnti- Iinunl ut' I'MiiPU
tion. hIiiiI he luiinltti'ii to tin' County
llillli H'lioiil fii'i- uf fliiirti'.
7. I'I.m Hminl uf tliri'i'tni fur tin
t'uiinty Ilijih Si-lioul 4lmll tt x- fiitininliy
:t sitinll tux, nut tu usi'i'i'il two tnill on
tlu dollnr, which mIuiII lie usol only
fur :'u iiijiititoiiiiiu'i1 of tlu schiiiil.
Arguments in Favor of tlio Proposition.
. Kuril iiiriil si'linul iiiul in (Juny
I'liiintv limy linvii a hifih iIioihI i-ilnoti-
turn I'loe. TIuti' nw vuiiiic plo nil
uvr 'tic -ii t) t v who iiri ri'mly to do
Iiih svliiinl work lull niiinol ilu it un
!( tin- uii'tit uiulit iuiiB.
U' Tin1 intnt uf tln rutiniy ris
a wholt vlnmlit lie I'uimiili'rixl in ki'Iim-i-iny
ill" sr It i in I for .i ('utility Iliyh Si'hunl
ami tin Ki'ltuiil Im'lltl'il wlicrt' it will
uu'; tin' iii'i'iN of thii miijifl'iU uf tin.
.i'uili'. Tlii TtiiMiiin nii High School
I'lirull I'd non-roitlilpiit iiiiil thin your
nml tlii'w I'onii' from nil inrt of ijnn.v
l uiinty. Tlii i tin- Mr.v li i' iili'liiu;
Hint tin moHt of (jtiny ruiinty r'iili'tit
lni'lVr to att'iid tin- Tiiciiincnri High
Ki'houl, tA no other chunl in tin intin
w hn Mich n nou ri'Hl'Innt aitomlatici'.
('. Tucuiiicnri Imn alri'tiily mi onccI'
Iriit High School with a xtiimlni'l four
yuiir i uiirxi' that tiii'it nil the rt'ipiiri'
lui'ti's uf thf Sliitc Huaii) of IMucnt iun.
iuav iMiunty u'iijili' outsiili' uf tlio 'I'll
ciintciti ilintrii't will gi'l thi' lnnofi of
tlu now $J.1.niii).(M building, iitiiiii'd
tlintitthoiit in tlit tnoNt tiiodnru tmintinr,
iriclnillnu a tihlii- mi-IiooI lilirnry nf
u'too T (tluutM and nil without cimt.
D. Tho Mixim for itiaintniiiing tho
iiniii4i'i ti i if Ii m'tiocl lire o ilmi-Jllifi.
ant to t-iic h lasuiyi'i that no numon
able Higuiiii'Ut en n lie produced ngniuet
it in tlu g run ml of being tun I'SpPtH-lvc
H. Tin- ftinnor iibini' all other iiimmIh
vpert Know ledge in inmiuiil tniitiiug.
.uiiii.tic n ii-nce. Inmitu'mi liiaii'-hi's nml
ifirifi'lture. If the Poiinty High Seliool
i I'ni.ililinlipd. tlii'Ki' kUbjoPla will be
taught tn each iersoii by first -cIiihs
teiu'liern, and ( jntt.v eotiti'.v will got the
lii'i)"(lf of better i-uniti! inn nn ilte fllttus
i m 1'iicli pemon in It will get iiioie out
uf life.
t
JOHNSON TAKEN FROM TRAIN
Until.' IVi...i, Mich., .Ian. 1 I. -.lok
lohiiK'iii, in in lieavyweighl pugilist.
was taUen nil a trtitn bore enrly tndny
l.v tln bii-u! piilii-e and i being hebl
pending tlin urrlvul of Chi en go autliorl
lei. who ri'iptDsloil his iloloiilloii. .lolin
.in win Hi'cinjijianlod tiy hi whlto wife
.-i nI f. u negro frlonuN.
JUDOE ARCHBALD IS RE- I
MOVED FROM OFFICE ,
Coitvicttd on Fivo or Thirteen ChargcK '
Presented in Senate
W.i.niniitiili, . I ( 1 1 1 1 1 ; 1 1 lit. - With tiie1
hlIiiii;.' force uf It nail III 1 1 I lie Semile
this a f i ei'iiiiiiti itnpi'jif lied and retliuVed
from ln piisitii.ii a Judge of the 1'nit
I St iite ireuit Cotirt Hubert V. Aieh
luild ui I'euiiM .iniii, mid then by ;
vote o .!! to ;i." fuiei i diKiptnlilb'd him
for holding "any oliiee of hoiiin, trust
or prllt under the I'nited Slntos. "
The lttii- ni'lion wn a bit tor dis
nppnin'litieiil to the friendo of the iic
eiMt'd judge, for 'liey hud been Mlrivinu
eiiriitMitly for dny, with high hope uf
urress. tn i inline n titnjnritv ui tin
Seuiiti.i. to limit the punishment m
Jtidgn Ari'hbtild to ri'iiua.il from of lice
without inflicting the added huiililtii
lio'i nml iliyrnce nf foreer "(hutting
him nut from holding otllee under the
lioverutiietit. Hut the Semite fell Mint
tseli' and the whuie impenchmeiir inn
chitit" o tlip (iu eminent wtt on trlitl
n wel' an Judge Arehbald. nod by n
ciimbina'ioii uf progte.ssive Wnpubli
iin with llenincrnN a majority was
tn ill i fin- the lllflii'i iun nf the eXtrhlllP
peniltv jii'iivi'led by t'le i unit it ut iun
for .liu'j'es i ui v icted nil rlllpeachlltent
uf h'u1 ci Mies :i!nl 'iiisiliMiieali'its on
'he lii li'ii.
TECHNICALITY MAY SAVE
MURDERER FROM O ALLOWS
Iteii'ei. Jan. II. ttnrney for Us
'in i 'imk, MMitet.ied tn heii; fur the
murder if Williiini Mel'linrsnn, miid to
dny Mint their elieiit luul been legally
dend 'iiiee the week of November IS,
the period originally in' tin- the esecn
tiun. mid it lint the tnte bus an right
IH'tV 'i eSeiMtle llilll nr Pt i HeW Jllte
for the hnngitig.
Cook linn been confined in the county
jail liPie lnce hi eonvietim. He wns
not (alien to the suite penitentiary be
eniise his attorney hud nepiired n wril
of supemedouti from the supreme court .
It wn discovered todiiy, Imweier, that
he family nf Cnok hud failed to pro
vide t nn. Is foi printing tiie (tbxtiaet uf
record, u reipiirod by the rules of the
supreme pottrt. U'linn tin? ixty dnyi
nllnwed for fll'tig the abt nicl expired,
the appeal tn the tipiciup euuit died
iitriiiniit iciilly. Thele was then no ob
stacle in the wny of enrr.ving out llm
exi'cutinii. The nut hnrit iost, however,
ullppmted npppfil ivn est ill peiiilbig.
Therefore the .credit Inn npver toot
place.
Attorneys imw isserl Mint, its .'here
wim ii li'iiol bar to the execution it
tooK place, technically, on the day set,
ami Mint Cook i legally di'ltd.
Cook stamN chargnd W'th the tntir
del f Andrew J. I.oyd. who was killed
at tin- time uf the Mcl'lieison murder,
but Cook's attorney, sav that lie. be
ing u dead iiinii. caiinot be died 'ui thii
ha rge.
NEW MEXICO CASTS VOTE
Santa IV. N. M.. Jan. II. In tho
ireseaeo of a distinguished cnwil, that
includ")) the overiinr and practically
all thenlute ofllcial.s, New Mexico caul
the Hrst o'e in her history for presi
dent and vire prosldoiit. The throe
vote uf the new state were oast for
Wilson and Mondial!. The elector!
an- s. i, Ntonnis. nf ('arlsbad. J. H.
Int ham. nf Lake Vnllev. and K. C De
llllCI if I, lis 'eya.
OUR PRECINCT ELECTION
I. -i' .MkihIiiv wns ntir elpellun for
I'leiii.ct oilicers, and the following
wiit Inn ded n ;i n retiult ly I'r?
White, who put t icipaiiid, and it nhnuld
be .HiMieiit Ic.
Por .1 iwt ice of the l'nDOO! --
llillllngtoti, (lit.
MelJIroy, Ml
Dad Wnllneo, a
U'luulrow Wilson I
l-'or Cojistable:
I're.l Wlritn. 2 fl
i'. II. Swopes nf Quny, purolin.'ed a
beiiuliful black registered I'orehernn
Mltilliuii thin week of II. It. Jones. The
fanners me getting the cnrrncl idea
of breeding up m a higher dogiee. It
cotN lens to feed a thoroughbred than
a Ncriib anytime, and its worth twice ns
much.
A pretty gray itnllion wn. -will tu
Satitn liosa on New Veor's day from
Tii'oimcuri to be sold. 'Pile stockmen
are realizing what brooding better
stock means in the lung run and ate
acting eepordlugly. Ilronil up nnd it
will make you money.
Many rumors are in circulation about
different Iiiiprovpineiits for TiiPtiinearl
this vonr, and wo iiellove them.
liflad the Nowsthe live wlro pnpor
COMING!
AN AGRICULTURAL
TRAIN
Friday, January 24,
turers; Numerous
Interest to All.
.stare i
'K1'
.1 .t..
lt'i:t
Supt. K. I'ael.,
Titi'itiiicuri. N. M
Dear Sir:-
Wr oro going tn rim u Detunnstrn-
tion train over the Kouthwostoru and t
Hook Island mid will bo in your emiaty
i'ri.lny, .Iun. 21. Wo will ntop at Nam
Vim, I.etraii, Tui-Htncnri and 'Mootoya.
This trirn will have nix enm two of
live ittuck, ti flat, enr for uiir out dinr
lecture?, nn exhibit vttr a lectnro conch j
ami a littsitiess ear for the oonveiiloneo j
of the stnif. !
I wish you wond commutiicuto With '
your tendierii near nil of those, stojis
and gel MiPin to pome and bring Ihoir j
schools ns for 11 possible. I will talk T learned from the Agricultural Pont
on the liny' mid tllrlu' club work and oi,-ti.i;bin Tpoln."
tliore will be lectures mi nil phiises of
farming for sevornl i-otiimittoos. The
cxliibi; will bp worth seeing, and the'tln ie nn selu dn!e time.
wli.ile program will 'bo cduenthc. He-1 Ml t i. t v e can tell you or how
sides wo nro going to uffor priros to; yen will be frnelv given for Hk pom-
tlio bnvh and girls under fifteen for
th Inst o?sny on "What I learned
from Mio Doitioustrnllon Train.'' ,
V-iu can do n k-t of good by mlvor- ;
tl.sing our coming uniting tho fonuorf
ehorev..- you meet tltetn. Wo nro out
to help the fnrmor flrt of nil--both
vonng nnd old.
I hae written I'rof. Ilnfei- ti, nr-
range Un the night mooting at Tu-
cuniPnn.
ilop:ng to ee you on Mill trip and
that we mnv m ceed in interestine the
peupli , I am,
Yours truly.
W. T. CON WAV.
I n-' 1 1 rt ' i- iii-tues il i,. yivell "li
crop, pumping plauts. fruit irrnvviii).'.
MUCH INTEREST MANIFESTED
IN TIIE DEMONSTRATION TRAIN
N-.t Thursday c cuing, .Inuii.iry J.'l
Will witness a liuue audieuci. u I lie
-!v ins Opera lluiise. At that time fir
members of the State Ag ictiltuial i n
lee faculty will dclivei a number nt
lecture- to the public, nit the subject
of Mui'U-niising, agriculture, hwtieul-
turn, domestic M-ieiice, etc At least
one uf these number- will be ;i atorw
opt Icon lei" ure.
At i meeting uf the Commercial Club,
held ;at iiio'itduy, the socretnry was
instiiu ted to arrange with M imago i
Avails, uf the II van Opern House, fitr
that ucca.sioa. It is umlerntnod that :nl
missiua will be free for the meeting on
nevt Thursday evening at "..'to
Altlmiigh the Demonstration Trail.
W'll be ui mid out if Tm-unipuri sev
eial times during the early part of t lis,
week, the public will not be able
gel :i" benefit from its visits until
I'lubi.. itrnti 12 M. to 2 l. M. At that
time ii-c Hemonstrntiun Train will be
ni the s'liti'in. and oneh lecturer will
deliver the part assigned him or bet
from 'he train
It has been decided by the public,
selioids to accept the invitation to b
at the train no IVldoy from 10 to 2,
Many of the boy and girls below In
years ut aye will take no es, and at
lorn mds write an eswiy on the theme.
'What I la-am ed at the Demonstru
lion Train." The boy -r girl who
writes the best essay will get $10.0ii.
and 'he nest bent $Jl.0 for this necS
sion.
From the present indications, muny
people near Tueiimcuri will be in town
for ImMi the lent tire on Thursday even-
Ing nnd the one nt unnn IH'ldny. Wo
tire I'urtonute in Ih'Iujj included in this
ANOTHER RAILROAD TO TUCUMCARI
V, , . tti.rm' l I. It. mil til'.irilis lis ( ii .-ii, i;.. iii 'lii ii i.niiiict urn with
that Ii is iiei. inl tliit l.i rini'l t r.nu j n i i."it 'nii, -In.iilil mnLe .ur city mic uf
San iu Tcmis. " mimim fiyh' ' I .ihio tnlialntanls n less t halt llv e years
straight up the Lnc, bv liradv, iltem-c lie' ;ntiMlic harness and push fur ev
r Tiu'iitncarl, in almost an assured fact, ery enterprise which will make eon
Whllo not In a position tu mako pub- ditions liottor for our town and our
lie .ill the details, it Is most cortalnly coiuily.
COMING!
DEMONSTRATION
1913. Ten Lec-
Exhibits. Of
Don't Miss It
I,
.1:.;:
pigs and
ii ml Uny'
and tnani
I '
and
. i,'i i' '. inn
industrial .-Lib
uirU
other 'hiiig uf I'nn'ti.iil impnrtancn tn
oM-ryhody.
The tieitun.st t;.i,. and 'he Kshib
i's will Miggetie nod inntruptivr
alike t- i ting mid old. ;
1'eacui.rfi nhuiild bring their hcIkioK j
in t -l There v. ill be uiiii'l, tn .e '
nnd hern Mint wl be helpful' toward
an agripultnral edticiitinn. There will
hp H-inl Inst rue lions about the boyi
and ulrln InUnstrinl cluh work. Prizon
will be offered In boy and girls uufloi
fifteen for the lient written appottnl,
nut to expnod 300 works, of "What
t'nnie to the I hnnnnut ration Trnte
-iml brinj: sntnebfHly with you. Bp
;ng.
There will be n stereontlpon topturo
In Tuctimporl on the nivht of Thurs-
day. Jnmiary 23. and the stopk nnd ag-
r'-ulurel eshibit on Prblay tho '.Mth.
No owe Humid miiw this exhibit and
t'e . -i mur.nnyinr leetur. -.
This train In billed to mike tin- M-
lowing towns, nn follows:
Tucumparl at tli-in a. m. Prhtay. Jon
Vara Vita ".') tn i:no a. m.
I.ngtui 10:20 to I1:2ti n. m.
'Pui'timcnri, 12 noon, to 2:00 p. nt,
Montoyn, 2: 15 tn .:.fj p. m.
I' i"vbndy is Invited to pome out
and ! fur yourself wh.-i' Vow Mexico
r.-i'in. . -in .In COM K'
it menu v. and tin doubt we shall get
lilUi-n belted f'niii 'he '-:t nn this op
"tisinn. IS GREATEST OF FITCH PLAYS
The late i Iv.ie I'itch was the ilitlior
uf more than fifty dny, at leant two
thirds nf which have enjoyed vvulo pop
ularity nnnniif American heat re pal runs
Muny of them, notably "The Climbors"
and "The ilirl with the roeii Byo"
were distinctly society dramas. It wn
once si,id that he could not write n
man's play. "The City" wa his on
swer. It seemed a bit uf Irony that the
h'Bgent thing he ever wrote should have
been the "tie he was never to see acted
for Pitch's denth incurred hefore tho
nilfht of priidticlinn. "The City" has
proven a HiiimleMiis success. It ran
for mi entire senw-n at the Lyric Thea
tre in New York and later duplicated
its triumphs a the (Irani Opera House
iu Chlcogw.
The play has never been presenter)
iu this city and it is a matter for sat
isfaction that the t'ljitoil Play Com
pany has elected to send it here.
Hugo U. Koch, an actor who has
achieved a fine following through his
art tut ie work in "The Servant in the
lions,'" "The lirt of MUsing Men"
"The House of a Thousand Candlon"
and other leeent successes, will be seen
in the leading role, Mr. Koch porpon
allv selected his company nnd has an
rrgnnin-tiou of the highest merit. The
production is complete ami the most
I beautiful, it is promised, ever sent out
1 with a 1'iiite.l play Company at true
linn.
Tho date for the loenl ougngolilolit
is Monday, Jniimirv 30, nt llio IJvans
Opera House.
SOON WILL BE CHEAPER TO DIE
In I'.mt Ton Yours Necessities ol Ltfo
Iiicrcascd From Six Per Cent
to 105 Per Cent.
.i-.. g'nii, Jan. I" Sinning pi ices
.i l .... Ui ul' aie pictured ill n new sit
..I liyiie. ..iinp.le.l li the l uited Ntatos
te.ii' in-lit nf Inliui from its iiiM'stiga-
'tuu ut tne com of living in .'in Ataer
' iiii i .ties.
lie' u eeli August IHll, Utni AugUSt
:.r.'. ..i. two MuiigH docreaned in
in i.e. (intotues nnd sit-in. Mettiiwhllo,
. ! t ii mg iie advatiped. In Hostorj,
1 1-.. 'i steuk had itdvaneed 21 per cont
I. Itultali. Hi pet elU ; in A.tlantn s.
,.ii cent; in I'hii-Hgn 10 per cent and in
itn iiiingham l. ppr cent.
i'iie Dgurfs Nbowiug the mhaneo in
jiii i-s during the nnt ten yearn show
iiie fnilowinu increase: Kugnr sis por
.-put; bn'ti-i .in per cent; milk :(. pot
eiit; Hour il'i pel cent; pota'uc.s -11 pot
prat ; .ygs IT .ei 1'iiit; lard per cent;
hen pet cent; mrlmn stetik 02 per
cent; iff. must O.'l per .i-nt ; httmtf.'l por
cent; coin uieti! 'il per cent; round
ste i'. ii n i i-ii; smoked hiii'tili 100
hm - i n- Hi'l -'irk i hops pel "en'.
METHODIST CHURCH RAISES
MONEY FOR HEATING PLANT
Un list Miinla nmrniug nt the reg
ibn pn-.i. nmp mmr, Ib-x A N Kvnns
In- .;i.) nr. turn n -illi-. t inn fii a hent
iug pant. in. sing considerably more
than ffUiot. This wa one of the great
est pnt-lii- collect inn ever taken in Tu
cumcxri and those present are vlatnd
over the success. Thin amount is fully
suflbient to buy nnd install a plant
which will give splendid satifn:tiua.
Sin."- tue building of the church, the
lien t hi v o it with stoves has been im
practical, but mi account of n heavy iu
deble liicss it litis nepliied impnanlble to
install one before this time. As soon
oh the hureli is seated with pews-:, which
will probably bp dune this yuar, the
Methodist will be one of the Inrgost mid
best furnished churches iu Now Mexico.
Those enntrihuring are to he compli
mented for their liberality and sacri
fice. The furnace committee met the
Hrst nt tiu week nnd are making ar
rangement to ordor the plant the first
of not weei. the week's dplny being
paused by n change in 'he heating
plan. Tin- to'iner plan culled fur Hirer
registers wl.i.i the i e plan i to in
stall (Hr
TO ALL HOLDERS OF SEASON
TICKETS FOR THE LIBRARY
ENTERTAINMENT COURSE
Ladles .ill. I li.'lif lellleli :
The thii. I number nt tin- Ktitertuio
mem ' lilts.' i- Kvereit Kemp, who is
o appear on .Miaiduy Januttry 27.
.Sometime ago J wrote tu Mr. Komp
for a kumplc of the miscel'atieous pro
gram which I thought he would givo
if we .les re.l it. The following ia bis
reply:
Hnroiite,nec. 21, HM2
My n:.t Hofur.
Ueplvtng to yours of the Kith inst
The representative must oave confused
my wurk with otne wno olio's, i do not,
nor ever luivo given a miscellaneous pro
gruiii. I read only my own drniiintizH
tion nf books,
"KVBN OAKN" -A rural comody
bv J. (1. Holland. This is full of tho
riches: kind of humor.
"!!' I WBHH KINH" A comodv
drama b McCarthy. A play tnmlo fa
nimis by K. II. Sunt hern. This is hci
suited lor ulluges and Literary Ulubs
"THAT PRLVTHH OP I'DBLL'-S"
-A - nr dealing with probbuns of thp
Chui. iiitaitis some humorous and
pleiltv .it lold facts. The bonk by
HoriJi Hell Wright.
"THK MPSIC MAST UK" The
book bv finis. Klieu. The piny mmlo
famo'is by David Wnrllold. This in
full uf pathos with just a touch of liu
mor h to and there tn give coloring
and n 'i. nation from the more drnmatio
'iint i n.. This U my nowost recital
Til K .SBUVAiNT IN TH B HOU.SK' '
and TUB DAWN OP TOMOHHOW '
were not a success. I am not giving
t hum. -S
-
Prom your lettei, I would unhesitat
ingly "ecuminond "SBVRN OAKS.'
If 1 cau pinnae your people nt all,
can pleaso tliom with that.
.Sincerely.
RVHKBTT K BMP.
Sliarna. Wisconsin
We very iiiupIi donire that tho hold
ers of tickets express lliclt choice of
subject within the next few days. We
want tn decide which bouk he shall road
by January 2.'l. Kindly drop a word by
mail r by phone, to the .Secretary as
-non as vou have decided whloh yo
prefer, to Jon, fl, llofer, Sooretary,
Phono 102 or HI nek 2.W.
Rrtid lite News I ho live wire pnpor.
CREAMERY
ASSURED
M. Mortcnscn of Weather
ford, Texas, Propases to
Build Plant Here
At i meeting held iu the Commercial
Club I'.nins un Monday aftornoou,thiro
wan a goiMlemati by tho tuuiiu of M.
MorteiiReo, of Weatherford, Texas, who
is un: only an ejrpurieiicoil manager
uf croHineries, but u successful onu, and
puts ihe straight business proposition
to mil town, and it i up to us to do
business along this line.
He propO303 to build tho ciunmery
here himself, buy his lot and run tho
creamery wholly indopoiidont. All ho
asks is, tu ascertain how many cows to
milk i mii be relied upon, absolutely,
and it will require at least -100 cows
nru'iud Tui unicuri and uf course more
Would be acceptable, but thin man
wauts 1 1. demonstrate tho profit to tho
farmer who will givo this hit uttuutioii.
Ho will pay oneh Tucsilay for butter
fat, to curIi, no delay.
A emuaittoe wns appointed tu sea
how iiiniiv cows -nn bo had. to count
on. It you, dear readur, are interested
and have a few i-ews to milk, write
. II Mahon, socrotsry of the Oommer
inl ' lub, stating how many.
Let us In ml this enterprise and do
it NOW.
MRS. FERGUSON DEES
tJur little it y was astonished on
Mond-M morning. January J.'l, UMIi, to
learn the news Mint Mrs. Hejeta Pcrgu-
son h'l.i died suddenly of heart failure.
The .leceiised was SO years of age,
kin-1 i' in I lovinjt wife uud iiitther.who
loaves i husband and live children, two
boys and three girls.
The remains were laid to rest in Sun.
nyside (emetery, Hev. Shields of Daw.
son. conducting the services from the
I'd"'' "pal chapel,
The business house!; nf the entire
itv were closed through respect' to. Mm
departed. The services at the chapel,
as well as the burinl wns attended bv
hns-s uf friend of tho deceased, and
ill join in extending sympniliy to thij
berenved.
And ii.i.v she slepps whore the daisies
nod,
uil Mm- clover hangs its head,
Where the wild birds eonio and tho
wild hees hum
Above her loaelv bod.
she ft uyht the fight, she kopt tho faith
lie- turn.- shine bright and clear,
And her memory lives in all tnir hearts,
Wii.-'i hold it ever dear."
LAID TO REST
o.t Saturday. January 11, at 2 p.
m., the spirit of Peter Ward was beck
ee l to come up higher.
The depensed was residing in Kl Paso
but for vcar bvod in Tucumcari, and
had tt'i.ny warm frionds hero. Ho was
SH . !- nf nnt, and died of pneumonia,
ami In icmnins were brought to this
ei: . his daughter, Mrs. John Welch,
nn'l 'ui liusbs'id, nn No. 2, arriving
lime Monday morning nt 0 u. m.
T'i" lutiernl services were conducted
by Put hoi Moline nt the Cathredntl
Mu'iln, nMer which the remains were
I'l.-I rest in Smniysido cemntory, a
laige .utipnurse r..f friends attending.
Th" le .eased was buried 'beside his wife
wim preceded him sonio seven yeats
Viin'y groping after the Itiflluitvi
uti-iiiings, we cry: Why should so pro
cion. -o necessary a life be taken 1
The nlu, old rpiestion which will never
be answered til! the voil of our mortal
visit bo rout liy liumortttlity, and wo
see. no: as now. darkly, but "faco to
face.
"There is nn death! The stars go dowa
Tu Me upon sntn' fairer shore;
And blight in lleavoti's joweled crowli
The-- shine forever more.."
NEW GROCERY ,FTRM
Messi-.. (too. B. Tate and J. M. Put.
man have purchased the atock of M.
A. Akin and the style of the new firm
Is Tat.' ,1 Putman. They will contlnuo
business at the same placo fnrmorly oc
pupied by Mr. Akin, and both, being
so well and favoralily known, ns to
experience, honesty and Integrity Hint
success is beyond question, Henco, wo
expect them to. get their sharo of tho
business. Do not know Mr. Akln's In
teutlniiN.
SECURED NOTES FOR SALE
$250 worth of notes woll-socurod, und
bearing 10 per cont Interest for sale at
S per cent discount. Call at News Of
fice. Tho gotitlemnn who wroto tho ton
commandmentH holds tho record for H19
long-distance stand-patit n,

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