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She ffueumeari Views And Tucumcari Times. Volume 4, No. 33 GOVERNOR CURRY SAILS FOR HOME ON JUNE 3 Captain George Curry, governor of the Island of Samar in the Phil ippine Islands, who has been ap pointed governor of New Mexico to succeed H. J. Hagerman, re signed, will sail from Manila for the United States on June 3. He will reach his new post of duty about the middle ot July. Mrs. J. H. Campbell and son, Master Joseph, of Dalton, Ky., are here for a summer's visit with S. C. Campbsll.who is also her son IHMWHHHHIBlBfWH Field An. Improved Home. "Opportunity knocks once at every man's door." Mere is one of them without any questioning. A farm of 160 acres with $3000.00 improvements already made, good water, good residence, shade trees. All fenced patented land, 75 acres in cultivation joining townsite. Is on the market for 60 days only. Every acre as good land as can be found in Quay county. Produced 40 bushels of Indian corn per acre last year, with an abundance of Kaffir, maize, sorghum, pea nuts, beans, onions, potatoes, melons, garden vegetables, etc. Communi cate with the Tucumcari Printing Co., at once if you are interested. The Smith Addition Sold. The Smith addition to the town of Tucumcari including 80 acres, was this week sold to W. A. Jack son and Joseph Reed for a consid eration of 6, 700. 00. This is a valuable piece of property and is now laid off in town lots and is be ing rapidly taken by home build ers. Messrs. Jackson and Reed should realize handsomely on this purchase. O. M. Callahan was a business visitor for a few days this week, TUCUnCARI, NEW MEXICO, THE CHOCTAW Authentic Information that the Choctaw will Begin Building from Amarillo this way Immediately FORCED TO DV1LD FORTY MILES TO SAVE CHARTER. The Nkws has authentic information this week that the Governor of Texas in a late conference with the promoters of the Choctaw has positively refused to renew the charter if allowed to elapse or to ex tend the life of the present character under any consideration and that since such is the case the company has announced its intention to be- HUB 31 IIIIIW'I of Maize on the Patterson Farm, gin the construction of the first forty known that preparations are already under way to begin work at Amarillo. This is good news to Tucumcari as when forty miles are constructed it is not likely that everything under way will be abandon ed, but it is reasonable certain that the line will come on into Tucum cari as soon as it is possible to build it here. All right let them come "Barkis is willin' W. F. Buchanan, president of the First National Bank, went to Amarillo, Wednesday. C. J. Musselman is establishing a lumber business at Solana, the new town beyond Roy. He re ports business growing there and soon the city will be heard from. U. S. Court Commissioner J. V. Gallegos was in the city Wednes day from Conant, He says that section of the country is settling up very rapidly and the country is developing. The late rains have made the grass good and sheep and cattle are fattening. Chas. Brown, the U. S. Com missioner at Cuervo, came in from Quay Tuesday where he had sur veyed the townsite for Roy Welch 1 He tells this paper that there is not a prettier location anywhere in Quay county than this one. Mr. Welch is buying an automobile and will take prospective locators out to his townsite two or three times a week. SATURDAY. MAY 18, 1907. WILL BUILD Tucumcari, One Mile Distant Northeast. miles immediately. In fact it is j J. B. Caldwell is doing some very neat work in the Goldenberg store this week. A. B. Simpson and S. C. Camp bell are going to build a fine double stone building right away. Chas. Beal is taking a months layoff as foreman of the round house and shops here and is for a few days only assisting the ice factory people in fitting up their plant. A. D. Goldenberg is in Kansas this week shipping sheep to Kan sas City. The M. B. Goldenberg Co.. has fed sheep at Hutchinson this winter and are now marketing at good figures. Joseph Israel who has been spending the past three months at his old home in Germany is ex pected home today. Note the im provements in the city Mr. Israel in the short time you have been away. Subscription $1.00 a year. A FR.EAK OF NATURE. A Colt Foaled With Three Legs and is Otherwise Perfect. J. II . Abbott, a farmer at Dud son, writes this paper that one of his mares foaled 11 colt on the 8th inst, that has only three legs. The colt is perfectly developed in every other way, but has no sign of a leg on its left shoulder. Mrs. Tranquilino Labodie, of Santa Rosa, sister of Mrs. N. V. Gallegos, is visiting her here this week. Townsite of Quay Sold. Roy Welch has purchased the townsite at Quay, the consideration being 1200.00. He will have the ground platted and begin the sale of lots at once. Quay is in a very rich section of the county, and Mr. Welch should realize on his investment in a very short time. A Record Well. The Rock Island has just finished one of the very best wells in North east New Mexico. This well is jurt back of the Goldenberg ware houses, the depth is 400 feet with 225 feet of water standing in it, the water is like the rest of it in Tucumcari, the very best in quali ty, and seems to be inexhaustible. W. L. Prentiss, of Arizona came in the first of the week and has purchased town property here and at Solana, and has also located a homestead at Solana. He intends to build on his Tucumcari property right away. M. B. Stormant, living three miles north of town, has as fine potato, cabbage and tomatto plants as one ever saw. He was in the market with a fine lot of them Wednesday.