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ffucumeari Tlews Volume i. No. n. TUdlinCARI, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JAN. 6, 1906. Subscription $1.50 i a year. 3 I 4 THE INAUGURAT1 HERBERT J. HiMAN Will be Void of Eveii Ap proaching Ostcri CONSERVATISM TIHAR ACTEK OF TH1 It is the oxp cssed wish Irbort J. Hagorman, appointed Gofljf New Mexico, to smoked Govern! Otero, that the ceror. nies of his ijttion be devoid of aHsCiientation. f It is his in tUqu to talaoath of office on Mo liy. January liahly at two o'clock in the afternoonji cham bers of the Si iremc Court territory at the Capitol, in the preseg.hu en tiro bench, C lef Justice wh. Mills to administei the oath. Cnr M. A Otero will accompany Mr.linan to the Supreme Court chamblch will be open to the-public. I I'UULIC Rucitl'Tfi In the evening of the sjvy, Mr. w.iyuiiiiiiu win do ion no red it: recep tion at the Palace Motel froifl o'clock After the reception he will .-ilie in augural ball in the same plafle given in his honor by the citizens t Fe. 1 o make arrangements fd simple program, an executive comidconsist ing of J. W. Kayuokls, AoChaves. Artnur tseligman, Paul A. F.fcr, Jose D. Sena, Levi A. Hughes anii. jJVn uhan met on Saturday ovcnitl-.- Mum of A. b.' Renehan on Palace h- Mr, Raynolds was chosen chainpid Mr, Renehan secretary. After jful dis cussion, it was decided to oxf general invitation through the press j people ot the Iernto-y to attend thl'tion. To the ball owing to thied floor space at the disposal of tlnmittoe, admission wilt not be freo,;jf will be sold at $5 pei couple, and tjjill be no froo or complimentary list? even for members of the commilteoSily about ioo tickets will be printed a1" will be placed on sale with J. II. vn, cashio of t!,j First National Han ii; sold to tho first comers. It was decided to plac matter of refreshment: n the hands. k woman s Hoard of Trn'lii. Jose D was asked and conscntou j bo mast aslKurcmonit throwing sul nteo chairma reremonies at thj receptinn, and sub committees appoi an to report to ,.ie oxccutiymmittce on next Saturday eveninu atF'ook at the office of A. . Renehan GOMMITTKHS 'inance r- Arthur Sian. L. A Hughes, J. )l. Vaughnjstaab, A. J Fischer. J Arrangeme. s-A. HJchnn, Amado Chaves, S. G. Cartwriu C. Ireland and N. H. Laighlin. I Decorations A. M. fire, J. W. Kay nolds, O. C. Watson, J. S ona, Frank Owens, with uch womfi the committee may select. f Printing and Pubj--Paul A. I Walter, Percy F. Kit, lidmund C Abbott, J. A. Massey.'id Knapp. Music and Dancing: C. Gortner, Spitz, A. Morrison, J . I.. Scligman C. F. Easley. ' Floor Committee -evi A. Hughes Frank McKain, Fraarandall, Charles C- Catron, and Claro Pierce. Reception J. W. holds. R. J- Pa len, A. R. Gibson, Jjlv. McFio, G. W Prichard, II. O. Hup, John P. Victory Marcelino Garcia, Jro Perea, M. O Llewellyn, II. P. Hilar, S. 13. Grim ROCK ISLAND CAR. ROBBED A Car of Merchandise Routed to Arizona and California Was Burglarized in the Yards Here Wednesday Nighf REVOLVERS AND CLOTHING TAKEN Wednesday night a car of merchandise routed to Arizona and California was brok en open in tlio yards hero and a large amount of merchandise stolen. livery box in the car was opened and several re volvers and various articles of clothing were taken and carried away. A hole was burned in one of tho boxes and evidently it was the intention of the burglars to set fire to tho car after thoy had secured such stuff as they wanted. Q. Saddler, the Rock Island Detective, is hero working on the case, but as yet no clue has been made known. Farming in North Eastern New Mexico The writer came to Nara Visa, Union County, Now Mexico, two years ago. In common with thousands of others in the Fast, I had looked upon New Mexico as a desert composed of lava beds and sand hills. Being in tho employ of the Rock Lsland Railway, andjpeated at Nara Visa, eel at Nara Visa, kirmvy jr.V(v5Tj lliug Wairie, n- I 1 ttwk occasion .o look surprised to sen a lino rol sembling Kansas, Oklahoma and tho Pan handle of Texas. What was intended to bo a temporary location, has developed into a permanent settlement. Within three months after coming to Nara Visa I filed on a homestead. I broke out a few acres tho first year and planted a crop, and was so well pleased with tho result that I broke out more land this year and at tho present time I am preparing to put in fifty acres of grain and fodder the coming season for hog feed. There are thousands of men in tho North and Fast living on rented farms and pay ing the landlord one-half the fruits of their industry, who could come to Now Mexico and take up 160 ac res of good land under the Ilomenload Act, and build a homo of thoirown in tho "Land of Sunshine.' Wll.I.AU) Hklknai1, Nara Visa, N. M. Notice to Teachers Teachers' examination on third grade certificates will be hold in tho Tucumcari Public School house the last day in Jan uary A. D. inou. All teachers wanting to teach in Quay County who have not ac quired their certificates, please attend, as no permits will be granted after that date under any circumstances. Respectfully, M. Rumii.iwi, County Supt. shaw. Hkim.ia.nt Apfaiu The inaugural ceremonies being con fined to a reception and ball, it will bo sought to make these brilliant and mem orable. About $1,000 will bo raised for that purpose. It is believed that many visitors will be present from all parts of tho Territory and from beyond the boun daries of New Mexico, Further details of the program will be nnnounced by tho Daily New Mexican as soon as tho final arrangements have been mndo, THE CRADLE, THE CROSS AND THE CROWN. Paragraphs of Sermon Preached Christmas Eve at Union Ser vice by Rev. Joel F. Hedgpeth, Pastor M. E- Church, South. Texts: Luke 2:10, John 19:17; Rev. iy:G. "Whatever else may stir the pulse and touch the heart of humanity; whatever else may occupy t lie minds of men during thebusy y.nr -of the sweetly solemn, joyfully sacred Christmas tide, this great truth perme ates all; nothing else has ever, or can over occupy the place in the great throbbing heart of humanity that the Habe of Beth lehem occupies. "Every great life must have its incep tion, its test, its triumph. Tho greatest must have a beginning, tho mightiest a crisis; the lowliest a triumph, so that in every great movement, that blesses hu manity; like the highest of lives tho su premest of causes, must have a 'Cradle, a Cross and a Crown.' "Today, while far and wide the joyous bells ring in the joyous festal season; while in a multiplied million of homes hearts throb again to give and receive tho love born gift back of it all, through it all, through it all thrills the voice of tho angel choir, and gleams tho glory of the firs' great Christmas gift. Tho manger-cradle illustrates the small beginning of great things. ihe tiniest streamlet from the heaveii-heaped hills i'Viil 8Urolv reah lhtSoa 5X8 Mt 'PiK river. I Andered the broad red b a thou sand beetling craigs and adamantine walls; checked in its wild free course by tho busy hands and and meddling minds of men in spite of all, by dashing cascades and silver falls, through quiet glades and shel lored lakes it onward speeds to the sea. Though hindered and held, yet ere it hears the murmuring melodies of the mighty deep, it has beautified Nature and blest humanity. "Oh, lowly manger! What can there be in your humble shelter of greatness or o( glory? Ah, from theo flowed a stream that bearing on its triumphant tide th( hearts, tho hopes, tho deep desire and last ing loves of humanity goes sweeping grand ly out to greet the sea of God's unlathomod love. "'Yes, lowly was thy birth, oh, Son of Mary, despised thy humble life, oh, Son of Man, terrible thy death, oh, Son of God, and yet today tho eloquent are dumb, the wise confounded, the mighty humbled in thy presence, and brighter than the mom ing star of thy birth, the harbinger of thy triumph and eternal glory, dawns yonder on the skies of life's eternal hope. "Tho cross is an emblem of sacrifice and shows tho lifing up of Jesus Christ in the world and in the hearts of men. In the white light of eternity, when all shall be seen as it is, how little will seem tho life that bears no marks of Calvary I "The crown signifies royalty, authority and victory. Tho arching, azure skies may roll together as a flaming scroll; the silver stars and shining sun go darkling througl eternal void; all the visible, tangible things of time and space may vanish in tho night of death's oblivion, but tho bounteous gift of God shall never pass away. High above tho 'wreck of matter and the crash of worlds' shall stand tho glorified hosts of God's nobility, crowned with inedible glo rics of tho infinite and shaking the very heights of eternities with their triumphant coronations of 'Victoryl victoryl victory!' "Let tho lowly of earth, Let tho mighty of birth, Fall down at his fect and songs of re WHOLE FAMILY BURNED Wife of Benito Sanches and Her Two Children Burned to Death in His Store at Termentina NO PARTICULARS KNOWN Florcncio Martinez, a prominent ranch man of Revuolto, was in Tucumcari Thurs day, and while hero received a telegram from Termentina, San Miguel County, in forming him that his daughter and her two children were burned to death in his son- in-law's store at that place, Wednesday. He wired for particulars and we are in formed that he learned nothing further than that his son-in-law, who was absent at the time, found his store and home burned and his family's bones in the ashus when ho returned. It would seem that no greater misfortune coujd befall any man. Sanches formerly lived hero and his fami ly are well known in tho neighborhood. Peculiarities of Seedless Apple Many people of' an inquiring mind have often wondered how it were possible for the propagators of the seedless apple to keep up and increase their stock in trade, as the seeds the thing which Nature cre ated for extending the fruit have been entirely eliminated save when the seedless apple trees are growing along side of tho old style tree, tho fruit of which bears the seeds, and then there is no core, but oc casionally a seed will be found in the meat of tho ap5lo,.away from the certer where there is abf- nitely no core or collection of seeds surrounded by the woody hur.ks. It may be the seed will show in the top or side of what is termed the seedless apple, but planted away from the seed bearing fruit no seed ever appears, there being a small opening part way through the apple in tho center. Neither is there a blossom on the seedless apple tree, but a small bunch of loaves, only, marks the place where the apple will grow and mature later. The way of propagation is to take an ordinary apple tree when small, graft a seedless bud on it near the ground, then cut away tho branches above the seedless bud and all that grows from it then will be tho seedless stem, bearing seedless fruit That is simple and easy when shown you and told you by ono experienced in the business, but like tho reporter, there are many who wonder how the start was made in securing a seedless apple and then how to extend the crop and get more apples for the nursery came about. Telluride Jour nal. John C. Jones, the Jeweler, is going to build on the lot east of Morgan A Grubbs, opposite the Hank. He is letting a con tract for a steel building which is to be fire-proof throughout. Tho building is to be so constructed that a second story may be erected at any time he may see fit to build it. He intends to have his material here and the building under way in about sixty days. This looks good for Tucum cari. This paper wants a correspondent at every post office in the county. We will furnish tho stamps and stationery. Send in the news and let the outside world know what we are doing in this land of sunshine. demption forever repeat; Let hosannas arise, Till the unbounded skies Re-echo again with 'power and dominion and honor Amen,' 61 1 i 7.