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The Tucumcari news. [volume] (Tucumcari, N.M.) 1905-1907, February 10, 1906, Image 13

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The First National Bank
J OF TUCUMCARI.
General Banking Business Transacted.
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Sunday Afternoon Service
The Rev. John R. Gass, Sy nod
ical Missionary of the Presbyte
rian Church of New Mexico and
Arizona, is in the city and will
preach Sunday afternoon in the M.
E. Church. A cordial invitation
Is extended to everyone to attend.
Service at 3 o'clock.
LIVERY AND SALE STABLE.
STREET 8c BAKER.
New Public R.oa.d to Montaya
A new public road to Montoya
was laid out this week by County
Surveyor Teo. D, Martinez. The
urvey begins on the S. E. corner
f Section 14, Township 11 North,
Range 30 East, thence West 4
miles to S. W. corner of Section
7, thence South 1 mile to N. W.
corner of Section 20, Township 11
North, Range 30 East.
J. A. STREET.
Sole Ajcnt for
DAWSON COAL.
Sec W. M. Troup, the Drayman.
Good Rigs and Good Horses, JSC
-BE153B-
Teanis and drivers to all points in the country,
furnished on short notice.
HAY AND GRAIN. Main St. Phone 42.
! FURNITURE
I CHAIRS
AND
ROCKERS
SOME SPECIALTIES fOR THE MONTH
Linoleum, Art Squares,
Rugs, Window Shades,
Baby Carriages, matting
BARNES & RANKIN, Tucumcdri, N. M.
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS.
1905 Season 1906
nitters-lo Membership Card
Transferable
Jlny person reading his card man without doubt or hesita
tion butt into the Lobby Saloon and sample our fine line of
Pines, Liquors and Cifars. -----
HENRY & CO., Tucumcari, N.M.
I This is S. 0. Pandolfo's I
I Give Him Your Insurance, I
New Millinery.
Uncle Thomas Byrd has bought
the residence property formerly
owned by James Lawson, and is
making improvements on the residence.
J. P. Nelson, a ranchman south
of town, came in Thursday to meet
his brother-in-law and family, who
are coming in from Urbana, 111.,
to visit him for a few weeks.
Vidal Martinez, brother-in-law
of lion. Mihicr Rudulph, and his
wife, who visited Mr. Rudulph and
family here several days, have re
turned home to Roy.
Surveyor leo. D. Martinez, is
going to Clayton to take a copy of
the records of land filings of Quay
County so that he may be able to
locate homeseekers more accu
rately.
The wool market is strong with
indications that it will hold up to
the top prices throughout the year
This is good news to New Mexico
sheep men who are going to have
a fine clip to market this spring.
W. A. Jackson was in the burg
Wednesday. He is getting ready
to put in about 150 acres of forage
crops this year. He says the Ok
lahoma immigrants have settled
around his place this winter as
thick as black birds.
Capt. J. P. C. Langston informs
us that he has a very fine well of
water on his ranch. 1 He well was
sunk by hand drill process, and he
struck water at the depth ot 100
feet. The well easily adds $1,000
to the value of his homestead.
Rev. J. T. French, presiding el
der of the El Paso district, preach
ed three able sermons at the Meth
odist Church, South, last Sunday
While here he held Quarterly Con
ference, and all reports receive
by him from local church official
were encouraging. The reports
show that all told S220 has bee
raised for all purposes since No
vember 1005. He returned to El
Paso Sunday night. His wife, w
are informed, is dangerously ill at
their home in that city.
Our Hats arc (he Newest
Styles.
See Vs for Fashionable
Millinery.
MISS EMMA JAIINS.
Engineer Daubins, off the main
no is here to relieve Engineer
ones on the Dawson.
Dr. Russell cinched a b a r g a i n
when he bought the property he
ow occupies as drugstore and res-
dence for $1,500.
Emery Brown, conductor on the-
Dawson hill run out of Dawson, -is
laying off, and Extra Conductor
D. P. Harris has his place.
D. N. Aber, brakeman off the
Santa Fe, and three others whose
names we did not learn, were em
ployed on the Dawson line last
week.
All persons knowing themselves
ndebted to the City Meat Market
will please call at once and settle.
. B. Jarrell.Mngr. tf
II . II. Brook, of Albuquerque,
who is gathering data for a history
of New Mexico, spent several days
here this week. If this history is
gotten up on the plans outlined by
the prospectus, it will be the most
elaborate and comprehensive his
tory yet compiled for this Terri
tory.
Chas. M. Thornton, with a party
of Browning, Mo., homeseekers,
came in Thursday with many oth
ers who are taking advantage of
the low rates offered to homeseek
ers by the Rock Island Railway.
Mr. Thornton is in the real estate
and loan business ir. Missouri, and
one of his lines is to exchange
Missouri farms and town property
for southwestern lands.
W. F. Buchanan returned Thurs
day from Kansas City where he
shipped three car loads of fat cattle
3 and 4 yearold steers. The steers
were bouncing big ones and as fat
as plenty of milo maize, kafiir corn
and cotton seed meal could m a k e
them. Feeding cattle is a profita
ble business here where so much
forage crops arc produced. T h e
business is not overdone either, and
it is surprising that more people
are not engaged in it.

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