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VV. A. Wells is Iktu from El
MissEdith Surny, stenographer,
is employed in the office of Col. T.
J. O. Hendrick, of Warren,
Okla., came in Sunday night and
is looking over the country.
J. E. Morris and W. F. Davis,
of Lonewolf, Okla., are here for
the purpose of locating homes.
Salyers tells us that he has fifty
acres of land broke and is going
to begin planting right-a-way.
W. F. Kelsay, one of our most
successful farmers out in Lloyd
Valley, was in town for supplies.
T. J. Tedlock and wife, of Che-
topa, Kan., have located lands
here and are now improving their
J. N. Cook, of Elk City, Okla.,
is in the city looking around and
may decide to become a resident
of Quay county.
E. L. Robertson has located a
claim and will soon return to this
county and settle down as a citizen
of Quay county.
J. R. Wood of Montoya, was in
the city a day and informs the ed
itor of this paper that his town is
growing very rapidly.
J. R. McConnell, brother of J.
N. McConnell of San Jon valley,
is here looking at the country.
He comes from Allerton, Iowa.
Col. Heman this last week pur
chased the La Mar property be
tween his office and the Cover
building for a consideration of
J. J. McCourt, the best repre
sentative the Armour Packing Co.
ever had in the Southwest, was a
business visitor a day or two this
W. C. Barrett is here from III.,
visiting his brother in San Jon
valley. He is pleased with the
country and intends to locate in
J. E. Erwin, who is in the well
business with W. F. Kelsay, had
a thumb cut off in a cog wheel Sat
urday, and was in town Monday to
have the thumb stub dressed.
Lee Keesee, of St. Joe, Ark.,
has settled a homestead here, and
tells the editor of this paper that
he likes this country better than
any place he has ever been in his
Mrs. A. Jowell is in the St. Louis
market buying goods for A. Jowell
& Co. The company is preparing
to put in a very complete stock of
millinery and everything in the
racket store line.
Sheriff J. A. Street took Arthur
Hunt, insane, to the asylum at Las
Vegas last week and returned via
Santa Fe where he saw a number
of the members of the territorial
legislature concerning some very
much needed legislation for this
section of the country and was
promised we should have consid
eration. A. L. Rice has sold his filing to
F. E. Marr the improvements go
ing in the deal.
The Tucumcari Millinery Par
lors, successors to Mrs. Emma
Jahns-Flores, is opening the best
millinery store in town.
Mrs. Emma Jahns-Flores has
sold her millinery store to The Tu
cumcari Millinery Parlors which
new concern is putting in an up-to-date
Two of our hotels are enlarging,
the Plaza and the Glenrock. The
annexes are getting well underway.
Marrikd: At the residence of
the pastor of the Baptist Church,
Feb. nth, Ellis Ivey, of Tucum
cari, and Miss Delia Ethel Sisk,
also of this city.
Marrikd: At the residence of
Mrs. Offholder on Feb. 12th, A. C.
Erickson and Miss Martha Miller,
the Rev. Milton Recce, pastor of
the Baptist Church officiating.
Erickson is a resident of Santa
Rosa and Miss Miller lived here.
Marru'.ij: At the residence of
the minister of the Baptist Church
on Feb. 13th, C. L. Strong, of
Moore, N. M., and Miss Delia
Maud Moore, also of Moore, N.
M., the Rev. Milton Reece, pastor
of the Baptist Church officiating.
Captian George Curry, a citizen
of New Mexico and for the past
two years Governor of Samar, in
the Philippines Islands has receiv
ed a leave of absence and writes
the New Mexican that he will soon
leave the Islands for the United
States to spend his leave of absence
in this Territory which is his home
and where he has many friends.
Phillips Sold His Blacksmithshop
E. E. Phillips has sold his
blacksmithshop to C. A. Kreger of
Missouri, and has ordered a key
stone well drill and will in the im
mediate future be prepared to do
all kinds of well drilling for the
public. If you want a well see
Phillips before you make any con
nutcklr nicortnln our opinion freo whether an
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tptetat notice, without chnrgo, In tbo
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Protect yourself on flour I
THE MARKET IS ADVANCING.
Large shipment of Men's
Douglas Shoes are arriv
ing daily. All the new
spring styles in Oxfords
are now in.
To clean line of
$1.25 and $1.50 men's
Shirts we will sell all
this week any shirt in
the lines at
Gross Kelly & Co.
A. D. G0LDEN13ERG, Pkks.
E. L. TAYLOR, Supt.
Water, Ice I Power Co.
Every enterprising citizen should patronize
a. local industry or Ani.rprisf nMir-r?rN
WIS ARB HFvRli) TO STAY, AND SOLICIT
OUR RATES REASONABLE.
John F. Seaman
Now has S. C. Pandolfo's
fire Insurance Agency
Give Him Your Insurance
Because He Has the Best