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THE TUCUMCARI NEWS
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Awrin Writ upea Aatritaa nuna.
Ask Any Doughboy Who
Was "Over There"
and he will tell you that American railroads are
the best in the world.
He saw the foreign roads in England and
France, the best in Europe and in other Con
tinental countries and he knows.
The part railroads have played in the develop
ment of the United States is beyond measure.
American railroads have achieved high stand
ards of public service by far-sighted and courage
ous investment of capital, and by the constant
striving of managers and men for rewards for work
We have the best railroads in the world we
must continue to have the best.
But they must grow.
To the $20,000,000,000 now invested in our
railroads, there will have to be added in the next
few years, to keep pace with the nation's business,
billions more for additional tracks, stations and
terminals, cars and engines, electric power houses
and trains, automatic signals, safety devices, the
elimination of grade crossings and for recon
struction and engineering economies that will re
duce the cost of transportation.
To attract to the railroads in the future the in
vestment funds of many thrifty citizens, the direct
ing genius of the most capable builders and man
agers, and the skill and loyalty of the best work
men in competition with other industries bid
ding for capital, managers and men the railroad
industry must hold out fair rewards to capital, to
managers and to the men.
American railroads will continue to set world
standards and adequately serve the Nation's needs
if they continue to be built and operated on the
American principle of rewards for work well done.
Dhl6 advertisement Ia published by ihc
Slttiocicdiori of Stailuxy cecutti&L
Thoit drtirinf information toncerninf thf railroad titr
ation may obtain litertturi bv writing 1 Tki initia
tion of Railing Extcutitti, CI Broadvay, New York.
TO A SUNFLOWER
Of course you aren't dainty
Liko a violet or a pinkl
Hut you have a useful mission
In this dreary world I think.
Your face ia always smiling
Iiocause you're looking at the sun,
If men would heed your lesson
There'd be joy for everyone.
It always makes me l-ippy
To see your sunny smile,
And to view your pleasant countenance
I'd gladly walk a mile.
Anal, N. M.
ExprMi aid Drayaf
Tucumcarl Transfer Company
Win. TEOUP, Prop
Swastika Goal A Specialty
RED GROSS OFFICIAL g
APPROVES SEAL SALE 'S
Dr. Livingston Farrand, Chair- M
man of the Central Committee,
American Red Cross, Expresses j
Hope That Public Will Givo gg
Generous Support. M
SALE IS NOW UNDER WAY.
More Than 650,000,000 Seals Mutt Be
Dltpoted of to Insure the Succeso of
the Nationwide Educational and
Preventive Campaign of the Nation
al Tuberculosis Association In 1920.
fDr. Livingston Farrand, exec
utive homl of tho Amorlcnn
lied Cross, lins clven IiIn (in
qunlltled endorsement of tho
1911) lied Cross ChrlstmiiH Sent sale,
which Is now under way and which
will extend for ten days under the
auspices of the Nntlonnl Tuberculosis
Association and Its l.(KK) allied organ
izations. A fund of more than $(VW,
000, which will be ned In the ltVJO ed
ucational and prercntlve campaign,
will he ruined through the snlo of the
Acquainted as he Is with all ques
tions of general health community Im
provement and relief because of thu
nature of his work and otllce. Dr. Far
rand's endorsement Is hnst-d upon an
expert knowledge of what the Na
tional Tuberculosis Association hns ac
complished and will accomplish In tho
future. Ills letter to Dr. Charles J.
Hatfield, ManncliiK Director of thu Na
tional Tuhercnlosls Association, fol
"I have hewn crcatly Interested In
tho plans that thu National Tuberculo
sis Association Is making for the sale
of Christmas Seals during the coming
holiday season Thu success of that
effort Is Indispensable to the carrying
out of the furreachlnc plans of the
Association In Its llxtit against tuber
culosis In this country.
"The American people. In common
with the nations of Europe, nre be
coming aroused to ihu critical Impor
tance of the problem of vitality and
conservation of health as the neces
sary factor In reesinbllsbing the
world ufter the devastation and de
struction caused bj the nr. Of all
the pru eti : able diseases, uberculosls
takes perhaps the tlrst place In Impor
tance. For that reason I l-v with
keenest sympathy anil approval tho
splendid work which the National Tu
berculosis Association is conduct ;ng,
nnd I trust that the response of tt.u
Amerbfin people in the Christmas Seal
Cninpaigii will bp generous and uuler
fcaL Slnrerely yours,
(Signed LIVINGSTON FAKK.WD,
"Chairman, 'ntral Committee, Amer
ican Hd i 'ross."
HEALTH BONDS POPULAR.
DK. C. If. BUELM
QcsvaWU under the founder of the
Dr JLTJ9 till, at jurksviue.M.
Mil i Raetor Building
91 JUa. PkoM 1M
Rooms and Board Adams House
furnishes you good home cooking; also
rooms, close to depot. Special prices
by the month.
MRS. F. A. REDMAN.
tThe demand for the Health
ISonds which the National Tu
berculosis Association Issued
thU year for the tlrst time ure
meeting with a ready snle The bonds
are In graduated denomiwriotis, the
smallest being for $.",. In tin- pnst
Mine of the large business hm;i - and
other large contributors found It dilll-
cult to use up the number of Hed
Cross Seals their subscriptions 'Hlled
for. The bonds have been Ksi e.i for
the convenience of large stil'xrbor-
and the proceeds of their sulu .v.ll be
used for the Minn purpose i.- the
Christmas Seal funds the IK. ncing
of the lP'jrt effort to reduce tin- num
ber of deaths from tuberculosis in Hie
United States l.nt year the sense
claimed ir,0.00) lives. The health
bonds can be obtained from st:ite and
local tuberculosis antoelniloiis
IN THE PRICE OF
We have been telling you that the price of
stock would be increased to $2.00 per share as
soon as our boilers arrive. Well the railroads have
had them for some time and they have not arrived
but we are expecting them any day.
The material for four 500-barrel tanks and
two 1500-barrel tanks has arrived and will be up
ready for business within a week.
The boiler house and three other buildings are
complete ready to install machinery.
Twenty-eight workmen are busy pushing the
Your money is being expended on the plant
and you can rest assured that your investment is
safe as the company is headed by business men
who invite personal investigation as to ability and
Better buy more stock today at the present
price while you can get it at $1.25 PER SHARE.
Tomorrow may be too late.
PRODUCING & REFINING CO.
M, E. Kothcrlund, wife and little
daughter of Imn, came in today on
.o. 2 from Montoya, to spend a few
hours. Mr. Sutherland savs ifcey ar-
anxiously waiting; for .Mcfiee to brim:
in the well outhcnt of Tucumcarl.
There are some more people just nbou'
as nnxious.'but the good thing, com"
to him who waits so he cheerf.il anil
it may come to pass soon.
$1.50 cannot afford to pay $1.00. Sea '
when you arc paid to and get in before 1
the rise, j
Winter Weather And Heavy Foods. ,
Extra work put on digestive organs
in cold weather leads to indigestion,
billiousness, bad breath, bloating, gas, 1
constipation. Foley Carthartic Tab
lets cleanse the bowels, sweeten the
stomach and benefit the liver. Cnuio
no griping or nausea. Stout persons
like tho light, free feeling they bring.
For sale by Sands Dorsey Drug Co.
iuros uanarutr It
nU actio Xetmmm
r nnd only ona backed br
bjuu liULU BOND
Sabbath mornim? 'J: in This Snhlmth
school will meet. We are trustint;
that every teacher, officer, and pupil
will make a vow, and pay it, to th.j
effect that an things being equal they
will be present every Sabbath.
11:00- The Rev. Caldwell's siiI.Ilol
will he: "God's promise to His Chil
dren for tho coming year."
The music rendered will he in keep
ing with the service. Come and en
There will he no evening service ow
inir to tho sacred concert to 1 if 1'ivnri
by the KhorulsRlub in the Methodist
The congregation present last Sun
day morning was greatly impressed
with the solos rendered by Messrs.
Lewis and liurnct; also thu anthem
rendered by tho qunrtet composed of
Mrs. Stunshury, Miss Dillon Ilrown,
Mr. Lewis and Mr. liurnct. Mr3.
Ilrown, leader of the choir, ns well a
the managers of the church, feel deep
ly indebted to those, who from time In
time render such vuluuhlc service in
Don't forget tho price of the News
will go to $1.50 the first of January.
Everything has advanced so it is im
possible to keep tho price at $1.00 nnd
get by. Everybody seems prosperous
and thoso who cannot afford to pay
Purges; Try NR
NR Tonight Tomorrow Feel Right
It Is a mlstnho to continually dooo
yourself with i.j.rnl!ca laxative iilll.i,
calomel, oil, purse.i nnd cathartics
nnil forco lmw,l action. It weakens
tlie bicvi iR j ii-. r ana inakrM emi
Mnnt ilnitn n etui, .ry,
Wby iluu t you 1-tim rlslit today to
f.-.-diomo your c supatloti nie. K-t
yur system In nuiti Mi-ij,,, tin,i ,ii,y
urging will bo unnuvi'Wiaiy Yiei
nu ln bo If you c t a 25o box of
Naturs'o Remedy (Ml Tablet) nnd
take en Ii 1.1 ;bt (v a, v. i-elt or h .
Ml V. I'll 1.1 do m-i li in .( tlnm
rnerciy i .vj pn nsnnt ei-v Ikv-vI ac
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body lo j;- t lao no. '.
flu, fii.ul l-nil ,'f.t rr
hearty nnit tc. sirens, if.ns ti liver.
ivcrc'.mt.i bllhiiiaiir; t, rej: dates kidney
nnd howcl action d rAvm tliu whola
liody a thoroiiKh . a- Inc out. TI1I.1
ncrnmiills'.ieil you wnl tint bnve lit tnkn
ini dl'-ino every day. An occasional Nit
tablet will keep your holy la condi
tion nnd you can nlwayn fiol your boat,
'fry N.-.ture'a Rcmody iNIt Tablutal
nnd jirovu liila. It la t!m lnst ImiwuI
nii'dlciiio that you nr.- imo and contx
only i" r hex, nncJriliii; enotiuli to
luxt twenty. nvu dii. i Nature's Rem
edy (Nit Tuhliitsl ll votd, UUUi'itiKeud
nnd rvcoininuiidud by your Uruuglat.
DE OLIVIEUA AliSTItACT CO.
Offles with II. Gcrhmrdt, Second St.
H, GERHARDT & GO.
Insurance, Real Estate
Abstracts and Rentals
Oftlci First Bids. North ol Pjstgfflce
. .i i'. f i i;ntn
' Ii, ' Urii'll till)
iliienl irum till
you (i Kood.
ELK DUUG STORE
McELROY & ORISCOIt
TUCUMCARI, NEW MEX.
O. G. REEDER
Successor to M. II. Koch
Funeral Director and Embalmsr
Picture Framing MounraenU
Telephone No. 184
TUCUMCARI. NEW MEX.
DR. J. M. DOUGHTY
Modern Equipment. Largest X-IUy
Colls in New Mexico.
Tucumcarl, New Max.
Palace Barber Shop
Is the place ii you
WANT A BATH
Nice warn rooms. Bath oaly
Oscir Sandusky, Prop.
J. M. STARK
of Quay County, New Mexico
LAND SURVEYING and
TUCUMCARI, N. M.
Better lend that subscription now.