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TAIBAN VALLEY NEWS
Be just; you never can tell how soon the fellow to whom you are unjust will have the screws on youByvohwniiams.
VOLUME XIII.
TAIBAN, DEBAOA COUNTY. NEW MEXfCO, FRIDAY, JUNE, 10,1921.
NUMBER 35.
locals
mis m
We call your attention to the
G. H. Atkerson & Co. ad in this
issue.
Futman Nuzum and his wife
(Lillian Davis) spent the Week
end here.
Frank Nelson, the "Oood Fel
low" from Krider, paid our town
a visit during the week.
Fred Fry, of Dereno, was in
town this week, filing on some
land to the south of town.
Mrs. Horace B. Blackburn and
her son, Louh Parker, are visit
ing on the plains for the week.
N. A. Vaughter and family, of
House, epent last week jn town,
as patrons of the Chautauqua.
John W. Ptratton, of the Tai
ban Hotel, has entirely recover
ed after his recent illness and is
about again.
All the farmers have had to
store their autos away, end are
now using their "hay burners"
, for locomotion.
W, J, (Joe) Stone and family
were in from their ranch a few
days ago. He reports everything
fine since the rain.
Charlea C. Hall was in from
Canton this week and as the rest
of the cattle men, had a big smile
on account of the bountiful rains.
7. 0. Dunlap, a prominent
cattle man from down around
Dunlap, was a visitor during the
week. He is very optimistic of
the future since the late rains. ....
All Trans-Continental trains
have been passing through town
for the past few days, owing to
the wash-outs on the main line.
It g'vea us kind of a suburban
feeling.
One of the pleasures of the
Chautauqua engagement was to
.see Mrs. S. F. Culberson attend
ing regularly, after her recent
illness. , "
Tourists are having a hard
time these days; sticking in all
the mud holes east and west, and
the cars aré . sure daubed with
New Mexican mud.
The MoChea Mills are arrang
ing to handle all the wheat from
the Plains and will be ready to
accept it when threshing begins.
Dropin and see the Manager
when in town'.
W. H. Vaughter headed a del
egation to Fort Sumner on Tues
day, which delegation did ap
pear before the Hon. Board of
County Commissioners in regards
the road to the north of Taiban.
Ben T. Robinson and Judge
"Wilson travelled to the County
Seat on Monday. Ben to be in
attendance upon the Commission
ers Court, while the Hon. 'Mack'
held a short session of his Court.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Parker, of
Lucille, father and mother of
Mrs. Horace Blackburn, but
more particularly the grandpar
ents of Louis Parker Blackburn,
spent Chautauqua week in Tai
ban. F, G." Forest, the Mayor of To
lar, was in town during the week
attending to some business mat
ters. F. G. is a live wire mer
ohant and always has the situa
tion well in hand, at his thriving
Village.
W. H. Frieraon, an old timer
of these parts, now a resident of
Parker Canyon, arrived in town
during the week to look after in
terests that he has here, also
shake hands with bis old friends
who are' all delighted in seeing
him. He reports his daughter.
Miss Julia, doing nicely but long
ing for her old New Mexico home.
The Las Vegas Cowboy's Reunion
Las Vegas, N. M. "Well, boys," boomed out Walt Nay-
lor, President of the Las Vegas, N. M Cowboy's Reunion,
"seems like we.are about to pull a new one on 'em this year.""
"Meanin' what?" chorused back the puncher directors
"Meaning," replied Walt with a grin from ear to ear "that
thé Reunion has gone and busted out into poetry." And
then before the boys could recover from their amazement,
Naylor read the following roem written by Jack Thorp, fa
mous cowboy-poet of Santa Fe, N. M., which poem has been
offioially adopted by the Cowboy's Reunion for their seventh
annual show to be held this ooming July 4-5-6 s
Come on, all you cow-punohers,
To the round-up in July, ,
"Where the Busters get together,
Eo the old bronos go sky high ;
"We've got 'em spoiled en tricky,
Outlaws from far en near,
En we've got the boys to fork 'em,
"Who know not the word of fear.
The cry of all the oowboys now
Is "To the Meadow City or bust I"
From far Colorado's borders
They come a-epurrin' through the dust
You don't see prairie-schooners
A-headin' now this way,
But mobiles come by thousands
To the Reunion's openin' day I
Cow-girls from far Montana
En the little Prairie Rose,
They can ride 'em slick en keerless
Es everybody knows;
So come on to the Meadow City,
The key's thrown plumb away,
En everybody's welcome
To the Cowboys opening day 1
-.. . Chorus.
With angora chaps en oarnival hats,
Checked shirts en handkerchiefs loud,
Come straddle yer horse en ride with us,
Come ride with the Wild Went crowd !
For we're just cow-eatin' persons,
. There's a weloome fer every one,
So whip up yer horse en lope across
To the Cowboys' Re-un-ionI -
N. Howard "Jack" Thorp. .
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
Mrs Ida Pearson, we learn, is
recovering rapidly f rom her late
illness,
. BARGAIN:-TwcfBrisoo cars
for eale. Look them over. Price
$235 and $250-oish.
G. H. Atkerson Co.
CARD OF THANKS.
"We wish to thank our friends
for their kindness and help in
our loss during the past week,
Words fail to express our real
thankd. Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Aus
tin and boys.
NOTICE.
The W. M. U. of the Baptist
Church will meet at the home of
Mrn, Perry Keith Saturday June
tl, at 2- P. M. Every body is in
vited. All members are request
ed to be present.
Taiban, New Mexico.
June, 9th, 1921.
To the Public :-
I am taking this
method to notify the people of
this dial riot that I have resigned
the office of Trustee of the Tai
ban School District. Appreciat
ing the faith and confidence plao
ed in me by the large vote oaet,
1 qualified, and was ready and
willing to eit on all pohool mat
ters with a heart and rouI, but,
owing to existing circumstances,
and the friction in the Board I
cannot conscientiously remain
on the Board and do justice to
my constituents, the children and
the School. Thanking all for the
confidence reposed in mo, and
wishing the School, all the suc
cess that it is entitled to,
I remain, faithfully yours,
W. II. Vaughter.
SAVES AND BUYS HOME WITH SAVINGS STAMPS
r A n" f (( í i 4 ' ? W Ji '
fc JisT V Jf
Sus ó ij v
'There Ib no place like yeur own home! '
fio mougni one of ine repórter of xne Du:i Morning News. From thl
thought grew the desire to get ahead, to have a home. The picture Rhowa the re
sult. It also shows what Uncle Sam's 15 Snvlngn Stamps anil J2S RculKtored Treas
ury Savings Certificates, which bear good four per ocnt interest compounded quar
terly at maturity, will do for anyone who wiints to get ahead.
War-Savings Stampg and Hegistered Trear.ury Savings Certificates, bougbt at
the postoffice every pay day, made It possible fo this reporter to nave and pur
chase this home, now worth twice the purchase price.
"I could not have saved the money except for Unelo Bam and W. S. S.," he
Bays. Thrift and Savings Stamps and $26, $1Q0 and J1000 Registered Treasury Sav
ings Certificates are readily obtainable at our poütofflce here.
11 lbs SUGAR for $1.00 CASH.
G. H: Atkerson and Company.
PRESBYTERIAN.
Rev. H. M. Smith, Pastor.
Preaching, 2nd Sunday in each
month; hours 11 A. M. and 8 P. M.
BAPTIST.
Rev. C. D. Barb, Paetor.
Preaching, 4th Sunday in each month
Hours: 11 A. M. and 8 P. M.
M. E. CHURCH SOUTH.
Rev. R. H. Evans, Pastor.
Preaching 1st and 3rd Sunday in each
month: hours, 11 A. M. and 8. P. M.
UNION SUNDAY SCHOOL.
Perry Keith, Superintendent.
Meets at 10:00 A.M. every Sunday.
Prayer meeting every Wednesday
night.
You are cordially invited to attend
all of these services.
LODGE DIRECTORY.
Charlotte Camp, No. 43,
Meets 2nd and 4th Friday of each
month. .
C. P. Stone, Con. Com.
J. M. Austin, Clerk.
TAIBAN LODGE No. 41, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Saturday night.
W. H. Adams, N. G.
R. M. Nuzum, V. G.
Perry Keith, Sec'y.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
L. K, MAU,
UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER
Office in Taiban News Building
TAIBAN, NEW MEXICO.
H. R. PARSONS,
Attorney at Law
Fort Sumner, New Mexico
W. H. SULLIVA'N,
Attorney at Law
MELROSE, NSW MEXICO
HENRY T. SHUMAKE
Buyer and Shipper
CATTLE SHEEP MULES
TAIBAN, NEW MEXICO.
THE MID WEST WAY
"A LITTLE MORE
FOR A LITTLE LESS"
SELECT ASSORTMENTS
TISSUE GINGHAMS "
ORGANDY DRESS GOODS
FLAXEN DRESS GOODS
VOILES DRESS GOODS
MILLINERY -- LATEST STYLES .
SILKS RIBBONS
SHOES GLOVES
GENTS FURNISHINGS
JEWELRY LINE COMPLETE
WE BUY CREAM AND EGGS
BRING YOUR PRODUCTS TO US
HIGHEST PRICES PAID
The Mid West Supply Co. Inc,
TAIBAN
MELROSE
McAllister
if;
LIST YOUR CATTLE AND LAND
with me. Will get ou a Buyer. I
am in the Business.
W.T.BONNER
TAIBAN NEW MEXICO.
MILTON AUSTIN
CITY TRANSFER
General Drayage Business
Prompt Work Right Prices.
TAIBAN, NEW MEXICO.
SIX
GILLETTE
BLADES
WITH:
HOLDER
$L
PREPAID In Attractive Case
Satisfaction Guaranteed
or Money Refunded
This offer tor a
limited time only
Remit by money order
or cash (no stamps)
Frad Razor Co. .
1475 BROADWAY
NEW YORK CITY
NOTICE.
The Teiban Benefit Society
will hold ita regular monthly
meeting on Monday, June 20th,
at 8 p. m. Come and enjoy a
pleasant evening, Be sure and
bring your dues.
Committee,
Clean up, Paint up, and Keep it Bp!
Spring brings with it a new coat of nature, cooing: away
With the weather worn appearance left by the winter
mojjtha. As good citizens we lend oar assistance toward
this goal.
Cleanliness, sanitation, be autification, conservation and
safety are till civio synonyms. They symbolize good citi
zenship. Cleaning up and painting, up riis homes and
business houses of an accumulation of rubbiph which is a
Jong step toward prevention of fires. Though firre cost
our nkticE 5250,000,000, yet the deterioration from lack of
painting is much greater.
A fresh cost of paint will not only add quality to the life
of a building but will give it a more cheerful appearance.
Lumber prices have fallen and building if now possible
upon an eoonomio basis. Rents have not decreased, and
will not as long as the country is a million homes short.
The situation offers a splendid opportunity for the invent
or and to the rent payer, Build now and take advantage
of it.
LONE STAIl LUMBER COMPANY.
We Must
Raise
Selling
$1,000.
Out For
CASH
CUT PRICES ON ALL
GOODS EXCEPT MEAL, MEATS, IRISH
POTATOES AND FLOUR
G. H. ATKERSON & CO.
I
TAIBAN, NEW MEXICO.
FARM WANTED.
Mr. L. E.,, Davies and son,
Raymond, arrived in lown Tues
day morning. L. E. coming from
C lorado, where ho has been on
business, while Raymond is in
from Heoker, N. Méx., where he
has been stationed for some time.
On Wednesday morning the en
tire family left for Clovis, where
they expeot to make their future
home,
Wanted: to hear from owner
of a farra or good land for salo
for Fall delivery.
L Jones, Box 551, Olney, 111,
Due to the fact that I have
sold my Drug Store and going
to leave, will ask that all that
owe the Taiban Drug Co. ccma
in and nettle same.
Dr. II . T. Braeeli.

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