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The Tucumcari news. [volume] (Tucumcari, N.M.) 1905-1907, February 10, 1906, Image 9

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i I Local and Personal
Geo, Wise got the $65.00 saddle
at the M. 13. Goldenbcrg Co's.
E. Morales, a saloon man of
Logan, was here several days.
The District Court for this place
will convene the 4th Monday in
County Commissioner T. A.
Wayne spent the day here Wed
nesday. Win, Browning has moved out
to his homestead to prepare to put
in a crop.
County Commissioner Hendren
was in town Tuesday attending to
business matters.
O. M. Connelly, manager of
the lliree Is Ranch, was in from
Puerto Wednesday.
Oscar Smith is moving to his
claim near town for the purpose of
putting in a crop.
W. II. Moore is hauling lumber
out to his homestead this week to
build a new residence.
Ed Ellis' horse fell on hi 11 Tues
day, and he came out of the melee
with a shoulder dislocated.
James Bell, a ranchman and
deputy sheriff from Endee, was in
town for supplies Wednesday.
Donald Stewart sold his fine
buggy mare last week to B. Clay
ton, the consideration being $100.
Dr. W. C. Kluttz went to Alamo
gordo Thursday to assist the hos
pital force for two or three weeks.
Mark B. Fowler says his bus
iness has been good all winter,
but is better this month than heretofore.
paper for sale at Camp-
Casimero Romero, a stockman
of Endee, was in town for ranch
supplies Thursday.
I am selling Victor Coal. Just
received two cars.
tl M. B. Fowler.
Supt. of Schools, Milner Ru-
dulph, spent Thursday in town.
Whoever has Castle Crane-
crow please return, b. l. Camp
bell. i.'r-tf
Morgan & Grubbs are building
an eleven room house on their
claim east of town. A sort of pa
latial residence, that.
C. P. Jones, of Santa Rosa, who
bought real estate here some time
airo, was in town a day or two
looking after his interests.
E. K. Kicks and wile were in
town Tuesday from Puerto. lie
lost several horses lately, stolen
from his ranch near Puerto.
L. W. Barrett, who came here
recently from Kansas, has located
a homestead near Puerto, lie was
in town Tuesday for supplies.
R. B. Hallock, a Santa Rosa
transfer man, was here several
days looking over the country,
He may decide to locate here.
E. Gallegos, a prominent citizen
ol Union County, was down Wed
nesday buying supplies from M.
B. Fowler.
District Attorney M. C. Mechem
went south Thursday to Santa Rosa
and El Paso on professional business.
Donald Stewart, manager for
the Gross, Kelly people for Tu
cumcari and Logan, went to the
latter place Tuesday to look after
company business.
W. A. McCargar, father of our
fellow townsman, Geo. McCarger,
returned home to Indianapolis,
Ind.. Tuesday after visiting his
son for three weeks.
Will White, son of N. White,
who lives near town, has traded
his nronertv in Stewart, Okla., for
Tucumcari property and will move
here right away. He traded with
Geo. Miller.
The Glenmore
Cor. 9th St. and Delaware Ave.
Alamogordo, New Mexico
Rooms by the lay9 week or
I month--Electric lights.
I Bath, hot and cold.
Phone 52
I ME. A. IMFFOJ, - Prop.
All goods marked
in phi in figures.
All winter gootls
must be closed out at
once, regarilless of
STew arrivals daily
in Cringhanis, JLawns
and JLadies9 Dress
Most complete line
of merchandise in
this part of the Territory.
The M. B. Goldenberg Co
General Bfacksmittiing and Wood WorK.-
Main Street
Tucumcari, N. M.
Mrs. S. C. Campbell and Mrs.
James Daughtry spent Wednesday
in the country, guests of Mr.
Daughtry's parents.
Frank Farwell, Channitig, Tex.,
is attending to Jackson-Galbraith-
Foxworth Co's lumber business
during the absence of T. H. San
ders in Alamogordo and El Paso
for a few days.
N. White is putting out an or
chard. He will set about fifty
trees to begin with and later he
intends to increase it to several
hundred. His farm is about six
miles southwest of town.
Very cold weather has prevailed
this week in the northern Missis
sippi Valley country. We have
had about an inch of ice here in
northeast New Mexico, but the
days have been warm with plenty
of sunshine.
W. J. Hittson went out to the
cemetery Thursday to put tomb
stones on his baby's grave.
A. A. and 13. K. James, former
ly of this place, were in Thursday
from the Stake Plains on business.
At the Quarterly Conference
held here by Rev. J. T. French,
W. H. Oyler was licensed as Ex
horter. M. 13. Lloyd and C. R. Kclsay,
young men of the new neighbor
hood 12 miles south of town, were
here for supplies Thursday.
S. C. Pandolfo has purchased
the Blankenship homestead, the
consideration being SSoo. The
place is just south of town on the
Quay road, and is easily worth
?2,ooo. We doubt if Pandolfo
would sell it for that.

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