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25 ffhe Pueumeari Jiews And Tucumcari Times Volume 5, No. 37 TUCUHCARI, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY. APRIL 11. 1908. Subscription $1.00 a ycar I'UUSDYTKKIA.N C'MUKCII TO HE liRRCT liD ON CORNER ADAMS AND AHEK STREETS THIS CITY, This building will seat 450 people. The structure will be concrete with red sandstone trimmings. It will be heated by steam and well ventilated. The windows arc gothic design. The vestibule is 12 x 12 and 48 feet high. The architecture is that of Geo. Burnett whose reputation is, known throughout the southwest as the first of a school of the best in the business. Rev. DuBose deserves great credit for the excellent service he has done his church which is a regular hive of industry. This edifice is a great credit to the town. 1 TUCUMCARI LAND OFFICE I WILL OPEN JULY 1st, 1908 f NOTICE) OF THE 11 4 csiaDiisnment 01 an Additional Land District in the 1 erntory ot New Mexico, To Be Known as the Tucumcari Land District, and Location of the Land Office Thereof at Tucumcari, N. M. Notice is hereby given that by act of Congress approved March 16, 1908, it was enacted: That all that portion ol the Territory of New Mexico bounded and described as follows: Commencing at the inter section of the fourth standard parallel north with the boundary line of the Territory of New Mexico and the State of Texas; thence west along said fourth standard parallel north to its intersection with the third guide meridian east of New Mexico; f thence south along said third guide meridian east to its inter- section with the first standard parallel north; thence east along t said first standard parallel north to its intersection with the boundary line of the Territory of New Mexico and the State of f Texas; thence north along said boundary line to the place of t beginning, be, and is hereby, constituted a new and separate T land district, to be called the Tucumcari land district, the land f office of which shall be located in the town of Tucumcari, county t of Quay, in the Territory of New Mexico." t In pursuance ol said act of Congress, the land office at Tucumcari, New Mexico, will be open for the transaction of f public business on July 1, 1908, and the Register and Receiver r of the land office at Clayton, New Mexico, will transact no T business pertaining to the lands included within the above- t described boundaries after June 30, 1908. f Given under my hand at the City of Washington, District J f of Columbia, this twenty-seventh day of March, A. D. 1908. t I FRED DENNETT, X Commissioner of the General Land Office. 1 OfflCIAL RETURNS CITY ELECTION APRIL 7TH. 1908. I We, the undersigned Judges and Clerks of election held t Tuesday, April 7, 1908, for election of Town officers for f the Town of Tucumcari, in the County of Quay, Territory f ot New Mexco, certify that, having counted the votes cast in said election, the result was as follows: t For Members of Board of Trustees 303 votes were cast, the count for candidates being as follows: X Donald Stewart received 209 J. E. Matterson " 04 W. T. Flatt " 164 S. H. Neafus " 256 W. A. Jackson " 209 . J. Harrison " 123 C. C. Chapman " 59 297 89 1 128 18 48 104 Herman Gerhardt ree'd J. 13. Spencer P. S. McDowell John Cadger Sebe Dobbs W. R. Crawley Sam Neis J. R. Daughtry received 302 Given under our hands at Tucumcari, Quay, County and Territory aforesaid, Tuesday, April 7, 1908. A. P. Makcus, J. Q. Adams, Judges of Election. Elmer Edwards, 4 O. C. Mammons, Clerks of Election. 1 hereby certily that the above is a correct count of the votes polled at the town election on Tuesday, April 7th, 1908. Attest: Roiiekt S. Coulter, John Pace, X Town Clerk. Mavor. T X Subscribed and sworn to before me, this April 9th, 1908. X G. W. Evans, Jr., Notary Public, I Quay County, New Mexico.