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9he Pueumcari Views The Tucumcari News THE LOADING PAPER OF.OUAY COUNTY CIKCUt.A I ION. I..IOO WI5HKI.Y The Tucumcari New BEST EQUIPPED .! I! ROOMS IN TUli SOU THWEST And Tucumcari Times Volume 5. No. ,m TUCUHCAKI, NBW MEXICO. SATURDAY. MAY ,o. 190H. Subscription $1.00 a year Av j X BASE BALL DOPE X 4.4444 LONG before the hour ol tin game thi' vast multitude began to ns-emble iiml streams ol liu ninnit) roulil he seen coming in OAU HA NINO HOMI NUN OUT Of A IUNT cverv ilitirtion to to tin- field to witness tlif ureal game, the box office was unequal to tin ocrasinu iiml a large extra lot re had to be eniploced to handle the crowds that stir nl tin entrance to the gi omuls, the grand stand and blea chers were filled to ovri (lowing and lairlv groaned under the human Ircight, outside the (out lines in i doth lields large crowds were seat- ed, and gieat was the excitement j that pie vailed when the umpire 1 called, plav ball' and time husky athletes sprain: (rom their bench ' and laced madlv into the field, and evervone realized that the ureal battle was on. At this time the dope aitist who had I wen nodding on a, bench woke up and his pipe went out". The name started oil as gentle as a lamb, ami bid fair to h" close but the visitois be inn ol a dramatic slate ol mind "pulled olf" a Shake sperian stunt ' Tin- Comedy ol Kr rors,) which would have thrown the wandering Thespian into a lit, the Higgling stunt performed with ball. bv them was also superb, thev also did some stunts with the ball that resembled a bow-legged man tty ine, catch a sow in a ditch, this was ureal, and biought lorth loud applause Irom tin- spectators. I'he visitors wi re out-classed, but had t licit "nerve" and plaved the game to the tinish, but at no tune dm inn the name did thev evet threaten to net a score, onlv sevi 11 nn 11 got on bases and six were thrown out trx iug to steal second and the other one was thrown out ti viim t make the third sack. lames' work in the bos was tine, he only allowed thiee hits, one ol which was a scratch. Ford's work was great, he not only threw out six men at second and one at third, but lattened his batting avrtage considerablv, and to cap the cli max, stretched a In. lit into a home 1:111. Smith lso J.J somi In,. work on the second sack, the whole team played a in lact, brilliant Maine. 'I'he "swatlest" was started in the sixth and prolonged through the seventh' and the way the home team circl.-d the diamond worked the ollicial scon-keeper overtime, mid made him so diz.v that he full nil the bench and belore he came to nine men had crossed the rub ber 011 one siring and had started another, the scores came in so last that the scoter's pencil fairlv burnt holes in the paper and water had to be brought to his assistance. The name by innings is as lol lows: I'irst Spasm Fast hit to sec ond and was out at first: Donald was sate at lust on an intielri hit, , but was caught trvuig to steal sec-1 ond; Daks (lew out lo catcher. ' Mardorl walked and took second I and thud 011 a wild throw and M-oied on a hit to third: Hutch was) safe on a wild pitch: Ford flew: out to pitcher and doubled Hutch: lames went nut short to first. Second Spasm Mullen struck out; Hurdle did likewise: Williams was sale at first on an error of left, but was tabued playing off base. Moore singled to 1 ight and ad vanced a peg on wild throw; Her rinn funned; Stewait lanned; Smith was sale on a llv mull of rik'ht and Moore stored; Thomason was safe on error ol lirst and look second on a wild throw and scored on wild pitch; Mardorl was sale on error id second; Hutch went out 011 hit to pitcher. Third Spasm L'livarria was sale on a iiunble of third, but was thrown out at second; l-oan lanned; Holt smote the breee. Ford went nut pitcher to first; lames singled to center and took second on a wild pitch, stole third, but was caught tryuiu to score; moore saie on ii.ueiu in, iook sec- ond on wild .iich and scored on , . . . , wild throw; Herring went out pitcher to first. Fourth Spasm -liast flew out to fust, Donald and Oaks lanned. Stewart singled to center and stole second but wan caught at third, Smith (anned and sou (lew out to third. riioinn : Filth Spasm Mullen singled to center, Huddle hit a line drive to second and Mullen was nut on the double, Williams singled to led but was thrown out at second. , : : . ; , but wen out trying to -steal second Hutch lluw out to Pitcher, l-ord hit to center lor one bag, I"''S Hew out to center. Ulivarria was sale on a hit to Ainrtmri wilh .111; mi 1111 t'rrur second, got second on a wide pilch but was thrown out at third, Logan and Holt fanned. Mooru was safe on an error but was tagged ut sciond, Herring wi-nt out inti'ht r to first , Stewart hit over right (or a liomi' run, Smith was sale on mi infield hit, stole second anil third anil scored on a wild pitrh, Thomason walked and stoli-d second, Mardorl singled to muter and I'liomuson scored, Mutch doubled to center and Mar dorl scored, l;ord singled over ren ter mid Hutch came in, lames hit through first lor one bag, Moore put a hot one through s.-contl and !'"ord and lames scored, Herring hit to second mid Moore scored and he took third and scored on a wild throw. Stewart went out pitcher to first, Seventh Spasm Fast was sale on an error but was thrown out at second, Donald and Oaks (anned. Smith hit over right lor a home run, Thomason was sale on an in field hit, Mardorl beat out a bunt, Hutch singled and Thomason and Mardorl scored, Hutch came in 011 a wild pitch, Ford laid one in Iront 01 the piat,. ami stretched it to a home run: lames took first on mull ol catcher on thud strike and stoli second: Moore beat out a bunt and lames scored on wild pitch: 1 1 . r -run; singled to center; Stewart walked: Smith hit over center lor a home run and Herring and Stewart scored; Thomason was sale on hit to second and stole second: Mar dorl beat out a bunt to first and Thomason scored: Mardorl was out trying to steal third: Hutch (lew out to short: cord went out short to first. Kighth Spasm- Mullen and 1 1 or die both hit the brei .: William went out via pltrllel to tirst. lames went out second to first Moon was sale on hit to thud Herring hit to second and lorce. Moore, stole second and seond 01 .1 wild pitch: Stewart lanned. Ninth Spasm I'livarria lanned Logan smote the atmosphere: Hoi' wind-ianiined. 1 1 s : " Tiicumr.ui- 1 j 1 o o 11 1 x ( j. s.mt.i Kna (i o n 11 n i 11 o n 11 struck 0111 In Une-i, ij In Million. t'iiiiiu- 1'illinv sroii-r Purs. 1 Tucumcari vs. Dawson Dawson crack team will arm on Friday eveniui! and will ros bats with Tucumcari 011 Max ni ami 31st, Saturday uame will l called at j:v p. m. Sundav at p. in. These names will be closi and excitinu, and will b" worth anyoties money to see. The liiu-up for the home team (or Saturdays uame will be, as In. lows' Hutchinson, ss; Ford, c; anu s, I': Phillips, Smith, vt-h: Mar dorl; 3-b: llewart l-l; llerrinu, c I: Moore, r-l; Thurston, sub: Shaw. 1 sub.' I There will be some slight chanucs in the line up for the Sun day uame. Odd Fellows Will Observe Decor ation. Tucumcari Lodue Nn. iS, I. () O. F. will ippropriatelv observt Decoration Day. The members of the local order and all othei members who desire to take pari in th'j ceremonies are requested to meet at the hall at o:v A. M, March will be made (rom the hall to the cemetery startinu at m o'clock. It is the desire ol the Noble Grand that all Odd Fellows participate in the service. Josephine Cochrane, lecturer and teacher ol Fhreiiolouy and Gene ticswill tfive a public lecture at Warren's hall Mondav eveiiinu at 8:10 o'clock. Admission 35 cents. For ladies only, Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. W. F. Iliiclianan president of the Tufiuncari Amarillo Auto line, is lioinu over the route this week, arranuinu lor bridues, and uettinu ready to take U. S. mail contract Irom Tucumcari to Amarillo. Dr. H. S. Coulter and Dr. Sum. 1,1 fl..,ii ., ,i i ,1... ......i.... ..ii,,,..K .1 III I" .rrilori ,,.n,a association this we..k ... vibuoueroue. Dr. j wjj visj, two Weeks in Tennessee belore returning to Tucumcari. Gen, II. Clements and O. C. Ferry, representatives o( the F. Paso Herald-are in town soliciting snhscriptions (or that paper. The Herald is lar the best southwestern Daily that comes to Tucumcari and it is building quite a list ol sub scribers here. The Herald don't practice any grail schemes such as were perpetrated on the business men ol the city by the Kl Paso 1 iNewN numciime since. 1 ne paper ifi CMuM (ll,ot , cWH , 'o tors itH 8l.,u,8 01Iti Tu. IJora( ' (0n't indulge in any cheap politics .snch a8 ,u, nnK-ltill brand ol the . Daily News but is clean in all vv .! - .. branches of its service, ami this is thu reason it is patronized more than both the other Dailies togeth er In Democratic El Paso, MASONIC TEMPLE, Plans Submitted by Ctorge Burnett, Architect, and Bids Advertised, ,,,., ,,... BUILDING WILL COST SFJ.OOO The plans lor the Masonic Tem ple will be turned over to the build ing committee today by architect Geo. Harnett, and the committee will advertise lor bids this week. The building will be two stories with basement, three business houses on first lloor, the main street front being So feet ami the 3rd -treet front S feet. making the building Hrfo. The location is on triangle block No- ft of the origin al townsiteat tin west end ol Main street, between the stores of the M. It. Goldimhcrg Co. and the (iross, Kelly Co. The material h to Ite biick with stone trimming with So b et of plate glass on the main street Iront and n feet ol the ud street front. Tin second story will contain Indue room 25x45: baiupiet hall 3i).u: reci'inion room tr 't4 and a large kitchen, ante rooms and niiisii room. The ceiling ol hase inent will be .S feet, first storv t; leet and the second u feet. Two of the store fronts 011 Main street will be J'J feet each ami the third J5 fi.et. The building will be steam lieated throuehout. with evcrvthing modern, lavatorv, clos els. etc. I The cost ol the building will be m 5,000 or more ami it is the in tention of the building' committee to have it readv for dedication b Sept. iih. The eornei stone will M.isnmc I r-inple t" b erectfl in iritnule awl f.it. in'" llurnntl nrclilleri. lilk I'llllls I 'lltt ilJ.IMXICH). be laid 011 i 11 1 v 4th. The building ommittee, A. ). Goldeiiberg, M. II. Koch and lolin E. Whitmore intend to rush matters until the work is under way. There has been some delay this week on ac count ol the illness of Architect Unmet! who was a lew davs longer delivering the plans than was ex pected. Fourth of July. A little bit ol Fourth of lulv sen unieiil was stirred at a meeting at the office ol C. C. Davidson Inst Tuesday. It was decided to turn the matter over to the ball team ami a program will be advertised later. Her Son Has Set. There was once a popular con undrum, "why is a hen,'' the an swer being "because her son nevei sets." 'This is now proven to-be a mistake. Norton D. Mitchell, of Wood laud avenue, St. Louis, reports that his rooster is setting but is making a bad ob of it. This "new" rooster is a yenr old. For seven days he has been setting on lilteen eggs, custody ol which he lorcibly took from a Minorca hen. The rooster has telused food or recreation. The rooster appeared to bo dis gusted at the lien's methods, and drove hei from the nest, Mr. Mitchell is pretty sure that the rooster is overdoing things, liens, with instinct and ancestral practices to guide them, occasion ally leave their egg while they go ! 1 1 1 ei 111 iiu-ni in imm, 1 hi; new rooster has been on the job night and day since April a. Other roosters come around, smile and pass remarks, but the lug leghorn is undisturbed. The hen is reported to have said, "when he clucks I will be gin to have some conlidence in linn." S ) far the rooster has not clucked. FOU SAUi: Cane seed. See W. W. Hicks, New office, ti, WICHITA BOOSTERS I I HELD UP hy mwitnvq j Clean Job of It Caused Many of 1 Them lo Think It Was Genuine Article Real Frontier Town of Lorfan Furnished Entertainment 'The Wichita Kauli says The Wichita Uoosters arrived in Amar illo the evetiinu alter leavuiu Tu cumcari at o a. in., after a ureat day ol pleasute and business. At niuht thev were enti itaiueil at the court house by the people ol Am I arillo. It was miduiuht belme thev left Santa Uosa (or Tucum cari. alter beinu entertaineil hand somely by the ladies ol the lormer .town. An incident ol the enter tainment was the introduction ol Mr. Hatch who actually is the lead iuu character in " The Virumiaji. He is a rouuh diamond, dressed like a (reiuliter but in realitv is a man ol line instincts and horse sense, who runs a National bank in Over alls and owns over a million acres ol laud. 'Two hours wen- spent in 'Tucum cari this morniuu seemu the mer chants and noting the improve ments beinu made in that town. A photograph ol the excursionists was taken while thf ti ait) was on the l.imous Canadian In nine, said to be the luuhest 111 the world above the low water mark. The Inn event ol the day and the best eiiioved ol the entire trio was the reception yivcn by the town ol l.ouan, a mixture of Mexican and wuit rml of Mam nirrt npmitt lirn IH1 v 1 o iinrc Tlir Inelilin f.irri soul li Tlurn Inmncv. limits or. lirM ll'xir iff -nil t1.ir M n-ini. h ill .tnu M.euimi. 411 d American people, the onlv really typical frontier town encountered on the trip. All the population lame to the depot, led by an Irish man plaviug a liddle and a Mexi can playing a banjo. Then came tilteeti or twenty lour horse ilonkev vehicles to haul the Boosters up town. It Hit!, a wouderlully clever incident and the entertainment was heartily enjoyed by the Wichita visitors. As the train departed six cowboys on bucking horses gave an imitation ol holding tip a tram and so cleverly was it performed that many of the Booster.! thought it was the real thing. One ol the liuiny incidents was that the cow boys with revolvers surrounded the colored mn.i who is advertising llockadav's fast black paint and told him to dance or they would shoot throuuh his plug hat. As thete are some towns in New Mex ico that would not let him up town because he was colored he natural lv thought they meant to injure him. He could not dance, but he sang with wonderlul energy and the boys sav that llockadav's Fast Hlack turned white for the first time. The Boosters were in high spirits after leaving Logan mid the entire day was lucky lor them. They are loud in their praise of the service the Bock Island has given them. Nara Visa, Dalhart, I tartly and Chauning gave them grand recep tions and they feel that the trip has been ol great value lo Wichita, Tucumcari Is Uuildinrf. There are something like ten rock and buck business houses tin- : der construction 111 this city and j any number ol residences, Tu cumcari is going ahead. James McLean died at the Smith Hotel last Saturday and was buried jbv the city, lie has relatives in Nebraska, but addresses are un known. He died of "pneumonia. The M. B. Goldenberg Co. will build a second story onto their present mercantile house. Archi tect Burnett is drawing plans for elaborate improvements tor the present building. TRAINMEN'S BALL Was a Gnat Success, About 400 Peo Ple Attending Universal Praise. OPENED WITH GRAND MARCH 'The ball pulled nil on Mondav niuht by the Order of Kail way 'Trainmen was a ureat success so cially and financially. Somethinu over 400 people attended the dance ami a ioIIv uood tune was had b all ol them. Then-were 140 couples in the Grand March, which was led bv Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Holt. 'The lloor at the rink was in line condition, and the music was tin verv best to be had in 'Tucumcari. Kvcrybody who attended praise the Trainmen s hall. It was an event in the social whirl of thecitx. The programs wete swell and uood advertisement for the lodu ol Kailwuv Trainmen. KvetvboiU will be reaih (or their next dance. The committees handlinu the en tertaimui'til all throuuh were us (nllows A ItllA NO KM I'.S'T I IIMMI'ITKK. ) K Holt. II. (i llaliv. K. Cound. IIKi KI'ril'.V I UJIMI ITKK. Mevl.ni,..., (i K ,, it. ). !; II:,),. l V Ittall (,. F .loliiisim. W. I.. I'll ice. I. A. Campbell. W.A. Itauilli;, 11. iMtiiiviii. 11 w. riark. K Our liain: .Messrs. Hull. Hale. Iiiluisitu. Pierce, Campbell. Havlilsnti. Cinrk. iMirliaiu. Vluall. Handle. iMMIIt I OMMITI'HK. Clavel K. .loluis'iii. C. .1 INTIIOIII I TIK.N I '11)1 MI'ITKK. I'. Iluiiis. I. II. Weir. I. A. Camp bell. II. K. SliilTonl. (i. V Sinllli. M F tiiiult. It. li. 1 in I re. W. V. CI lette. .1 It. Ciiwthorn. V. I.. Pleice NV. A Handle A I. Heck. K1.1M111 1 '0)1 m rrt'KK. ). K. Holt. K. II. Weir. .1. It Caw t horn. V. W. (Jlllelte. VV it. Clad dock. V A. Handle. S. (i. Allen Mrs. McAlpine Hostess lo H.N. Society. s " Mrs. I. K. McAlpine entertained the Methodist ladies at her home 011 Thursday afternoon at the usual hour. A number were in attend ance and a verv pleasant afternoon ensued. The time was spent in attending to local business a commiUee being appointed to con fer with the trustees in regard to the addition to be made to the parsonage. The society has se cured an a) propriatiou of 150.00 Irom the parent board and the New Mexico Home Mission con lerence. Work will begin at once. Mrs. D. Hurlev was unanimous ly elected 1st vice president, in charge ol the local work, upon the resignation ol Mrs. Shaw who is leaving us, much to the tegret ol the ladies. who appreciate the good work she has done. Mrs. McAlpine served elegant cream and cake to the ladies and the social period was enlivened by the advent of a phrenologist, who caused much amusement by exam ining the head of one of their mem bers and telling the ladies sums things they did not know. 'Those present were: Mesdames Muirhead, Hurley, Klkius, Shaw, Cunningham, Phillips, Gentry, De Oliviera, Crolford and Uev.' Wil son. 'The society will hold its regular business meeting at the church next week. Methodist Ladies .Will Serve Cream and Cake Next Wednesday. The ladies of thu Methodist Home Mission Society will serve, ice cream ol the best quality and delicious cake at Dunn's grocery store on next Wednesday, begin". llini' nt 1 n'rlnrW nml rmi iniiimr , r " ...... h I into thu evening. The public is cordially invited, Popular prices j and good service, CITY COUNCIL I Council met at usual hour Thurs day the lull board beinu present. Meetinu called lo order by Mayor Stewart and the (oll'jwinu business transacted. Minutes of last meetinu and spec ial meetinu ol May a were read and approved. Ordinance No. m relative to oc cupation tax was taken up and read lor the third time and on motion duly seconded was passed and or dered to be published. Citv marshal Menson, reported sanitary work progressing rapidlv and (avorablv. On motion report of marshal was accepted. The clerk was instructed to re. port all parties violating ordinance no. 24, doing business in the citv without license, At next regular meeting when these oises will be taken up and legal proceedings in stituted. The reading ol bills was next taken up all of which were re ferred to finance committee. Purchasing committee was in structed to meet with Mr. Koch and to draw up a contract with him lor burving pauoers ami to report on same at next meeting. Dr. Moore and T. A. Muirhead, members of the school Hoard bein present petitioned the council to act with them in the taking of the -chool census and in the erection if a suitable building for the school the present one being entirely too mall to seat the average atteu lance. Mr Muirhead also address d the board on the same subject. 'The mayor and council thanked the school Hoard fur their suggest-j ions and invited them to meet with I which was now announced gave the liem on Fridav when they would ' Corporal's medal to company H al mtline a plan to work on and that 1 s'' Holt having the best drilled .he city would be glad to co-oper-' squad. Morris Turner, in charge ate with the school as much as po.0 'he company C squad, was con ihh 'There being 110 fiuther business' council adinurned. . Adjourned Session City Council. - - There was an adiourncd session of tin.' city council yesterday after noon at coo o'clock lor the pur pose o( meeting the school board to discuss a feasible plan for taking census of city and enumeration o( school district at same tune, so as to lessen expense to both city and school disiru t. A plan was agreed upon ami iu' worn win itegui 1111 1 . t t iiiuliately. Both the citv govern ment and tl.e school board will ap preciate the good ollices of the in habitants of the town and school district in securing the name of every resident. The organization of a city government is contem plated bv the council and it is ex pected that the population inside the present village corporation lines will go far Ix-yond the mini her n quired lor the purpose. The council has turned the matter over to the school board and a census taker will be put to work right away. Christian Ladies' Aid. This society met on Thursday ol this week at the home of Mrs. Putmati. The afternoon was spent cluelly in sewing, as these ladies have been industriously at work (or some time on aprons and fancy work in preparation for a bazaar in the future. Puerto News. The larmers of this country are getting a little discouiaged at the dry weather but thev need not lor. it has alwavs rained in due time to make good crops. T. Bristowour constable went to Tucumcari last week on business. Corn and cotton in these parts are looking fine drouth. considering the We had a nice shower of rain last Week. Mrs. J as. Lochlenr started for Texas Thursday on a visit to her daughter. Mr. Johnson came in from the soldiers home in Kansas a few days ago. Messrs. James and McGee of Jancsville, were in Puerto Monday. Niconora Tafoya ol Sibley, N. M. was out on his ranch near Puer to last week. Mr. Tafoya is an old timer and at one time had very large herds of sheep in this valley but on account of the country set tling so fast with farmers he has had to cut down his herds, Prominent Rock Island Official Her. H. P. Greenough, Superintend ent Hock Island at Dalhart, j. L. McLauren, master mechanic, and wile, C. B. 'Lane, road master, and wile and sister, Mrs, H. M. Blose, were here yesterday, returning east this morning, The Hock Island is building 1500 leet ol industrial track near the Wool Scouring mills and the inspection of these and other improvements contemplated here was the abject of their visit, JEFF HARRISON Jr. WINS COLLEGE PRIZE Tucumcari Proud of This Yourt Man's Record at Maailla Company H ol the Military de partment, Agricultural college at Masilla, entered competition drill (or prizes offered at the end ol encli year for the test of the best drilled companies ol battalions, on Mon day joth inst. 'The annual occur- I rence of this keen competition of college soldiers crentes a great deal of interest and it is therefore a matter ol great pride to the com pany which carries off the honors. The winning of the two medals this year was more difficult than here tofore, since four squads were en tered instead of two which has been the custom in the past. One of the medals was (or the corporal having the best drilled mpiad; this went to Holt, son o( attorney H. H. Holt, and the other was (or the best drilled private ol the (our sipiads in competition, and Harri son ol Holt's company landed this one, so stock 111 company B is at :t( premium. The college paper The Uound-l'p, speaking o( Har rison savs: "e(( Harrison's winning the med al is ipiite remarkable considering his size and age and the fact that he has onlv been in ranks since college oH'iied alter Christmas. He is a company H man. The pulges decision or. the squad.- sidered the bestCorporal however.' e(( Harrison is.a bright bov and Tucumcari leels prettv proud o( his record at Masilla. We need I manv such boys as Jeff to take care of the future greatness ol New Mexico. "Poor Lo" Not a "Orve-Squaw' Advocate. Word has come from the Navaio reserve that the r.nlile rt-il man in 1 kicking up the alkali dust and rais- ing a general pow-wovv because 1 nele Sam has decreed that he must settle down on too acres and giv up all ins squaws save one, to her he must cling and to her alone, and Lo being a polygamist, is stirred to the very marrow of his iKJiies over this interference in his domestic affairs. What sensi ble indiau would settle down on 160 acres ol desert land, pay taxes to the Great White Father and get himself spliced to one lone squaw, according to the laws of the pale face? So forty lusty Navajos are hold ing a pow-wow at Fort Defiance with the agent, and no man knows what the outcome thereof may lie. Thaw Slid a Lunatic Will Remain in Poughkeepsie Poughkeepsie N. V., May 35. Harry K. Thaw, slayer of Stanford White, will not lie released from the lunatic asylum. This decision was reached by J ustice Morshauser in the supreme court, in an opinion filed todav on Thaw's application lor a writ ol habeas corpus. I he I ustice declares that Thaw is now insane and should not be allowed at large and that his com mitment to the lunatic asylum by Justice Howling after the last trial of the case, was entirely legal. Thaws lawyers today will apply to the court for permission to place Thaw in some other institution than Matteawan and by stipulation with the district attorney, the prisoner will lie kept here till the judge ren ders his decision. Bard Items. Correnponilence, Mrs. Mattie Carter returned Tuesday from Oklahoma, to the delight of her many friends and neighbors. Mr. Bushhy's son and son-in-law from Oklahoma, with their fami lies, have come to their claims three miles east of Bard. Mr. Gilmore east of town is in Amarillo on business. Mr, Whitworth of San Jon is going to put in a stock of dry XQods here, soon There will he singing at N. S. Carter's Sunday the 31st at 3 p.m. We now have an arbor erected here almost ready for holding sun day school and preaching in. Presbyterian Church.. K""839 City, Mo., May afith. S. M, Wharton, Editor News: Please announce that I will occupy my pulpit next Sunday. Warner H,tDtfbejie, 4j.