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And Tucumcari Times. Volume 4, No. 21 The All K(night) Club has had regular sessions this week. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Ruthetford cutertained friends at their resi dence Wednesday night. C. A. Richardson, with Henry Pfaff at El Paso, was here Monday looking after business interests. Mrs. A. Jowell, of the firm of A. Jowell & Co., returned from the St. Louis market, Monday, where a large stock of seasonable goods were purchased. Gus Mathis has begun opening a farm. Be a good man to put in charge of the agricultural experi ment farm if we get one for Quay county. There was a collision in the yards here Thursday night, and we are informed that a couple of men were pretty seriously hurt. Rolling stock not greatly damaged. Bill Hudson, Harrison, Ark., who filed on a homestead south of town, has returned home and will come out later with his family to locate permanently. Mr. Hancock, interested with Col. T. W.H7rntrn hv the McGee Addition, is expected here in a few days and will it is believed, decide to build a business block while here. The Southwestern Ry. Co. has ordered W. M. Lane, their well man here to go two thousand feet at the Dawson yards unless he finds plenty of water to supply their entire needs at this place at a shallower depth. M. C. Mechem has returned from a professional trip to Santa Fe. He believes House Bill No. 61 in troduced by Hon. N. V. Gallegos, extending the boundries of our county will become a law before the session adjourns. A. D. Goldenberg has gone to New York to buy merchandise for the M. B. Goldenberg Co. This is the first season any Tucumcari merchant has gone to the New York market to buy goods. It means that considerable quantities are consumed in order to justify going so far east for merchandise. G. C. Stephenson's baby girl, Mary Elizabeth, is very sick at the Rock Island Eating House. She has measles. The grandmother, Mrs. Stephenson of Liberal, Kans. and aunt, Mrs. Walker of Santa Rosa, are here. The father and mother are in Tampa, Florida, on southern trip of several weeks and may not have received information of their baby's illness although every effort has been made to get information to them. TUCUHCARI, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY. MARCH 9, 1907. Banker Buchanan Rides First Auto into Tucumcari W. F. Buchanan, who is inter ested in the new auto line from hero to Amarillo, made a trip over the proposed road this week in or der to satisfy himself about the practicability of the enterprise. His party left Amurillo at 9:30 a. m. and ran the distance, 125 miles to this city, in 9 hours and 30 min utes, reaching here at 7 o'elock p. m. Of course this trip was made over the wagon road from here to Amarillo and in many places it is very rough and the time can easily he cut down to about half that when the road is ready for use. A. R. Carter, who was the origi uay Santa Fe, N. M., Mar. 5. The house held a busy session today. The principal event of the session was passage of house bill 61, and an act changing the boundaries of Quay to take in a portion of San Miguel and of Union counties. Baca introduced a bill asking the 66 delegates to the constitutional ! convention to meet and draft a constitution for the state of New Mexico. The full text of the House Bill No. 61 was published in the News two weeks ago. We have a letter from Hon. N. V. Gallegos in which he expressed great confidence that the bill will become a law before the session adjourns. S. C. Pandolfo was in the city several days, returning to El Paso Wednesday. Harvesting on the Buchanan farm joining the townsite of Tucumcari. nator of the idea of the enterprise, is now in Boston after five more machines which will be shipped for service immediately. A line from here to Texico is also now a practical certaintv. There is only two more weeks of the present session of the New Mexico legislature, and owing to the fact that there is so much spleen in its daily grind republicans will be glad when it adjourns. A. V. Johns, of Greenfield, Tenn., and J. E. Butler, of Brad ford, Tenn., arrived here Thurs day night, and are looking for lands. Lines Are Changed Largely J. A. Oliver, of Eureka Springs, Ark., is in the city as a prospective homeseeker. J. C. Jones is going to have a very desirable business block on the corner of Center and Second street. Young Meeting, employed at M. B. Goldenberg's, is building a business house on Second street east of the Koch residence. M. H. Koch is just about ready t for business in his new building. He is going to handle furniture in connection with undertaking and embalming. Dr. H. M. Winn, Sterling, Okla., and O. E. Winn, nephew, same town were here looking uround this week. They are vary well pleased with what they saw and may return later to reside permanently. Subscription $1.00 a yecr. A. J. Davis was among the far mers who were in Tucumcari for supplies yesterday. W. F. Kelsay, the Loyd farmer. was in town yesterday. He is be ginning to farm. Hedgecoke, the merchant at En dce, was in after supplies for his store, Monday. Mrs. Felix Perry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvey, is here visiting them. Two residences have gone up this week opposite the Musselman lumber yard, south. Cloudy a little every day this week, but not cold. Looks and .feels like spring time is here. J. T. Wharton, Sid Wharton and Lee Wharton were in from Endee, Monday after freight. Tucumcari is the best paying shipping point on the Rock Island from Liberal to El Paso and gets the poorest service. The Glenrock Hotel annex is not yet completed because of the lack of lumber. Also the Plaza is tied up for the same reason. The Rock Island excursions are bringing hundreds of homeseekers thjs month, and a great number of them are taking homesteads. Pat terson & Donohoo made papers for seventeen filings yesterday morning The 59th congress of the United States adjourned at noon on the 4th inst. It cost one thousand million dollars of the people's money. Comes high, but we must havo it. RueveKo Happenings. (Correspondence, ) We are coming to the front. We have one general store, a blacksmith shop, and will soon have a post office. We expect to have a town of not less than 500 people within the next six months. Trains stop here both going and coming. H. Carter left Monday for a few days visit in Texas. Reid and Patterson are doing a good business with their well drill. Lots of water from 150 to 200 feet. J. W. Murry was the guest of J. B. Collins, Sunday. J. B. Collins will do the carpen ter work on the Jones building in Tucumcari. Ruevelto was once only a wide place in the road, but now things have changed, and itl is now be ginning to look like a town. Old Timek.