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Pubished in the Interest of Clayton, Union County and Country in General.
Clayton, Union County, N. M., Friday, Nov 9. 1906.
THE CLAYTON CITIZEN.
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY..
It. Q. Palmer, Editor.
Louise Oliver, Associate ndiior.
Telephone No .92
THE ELECTION RETURNS.
Subscription one year, $2.00.
Subscription, six months, Í1.2Í
Though Still Incomplete Show Some Democratic Victories and
A Remarkable Democratic Gain Throughout the Terri
tory and country. Larizola is still ahead, Castilla won by
18 votes, and Valverde Lost by only our votes
Application has been made to enter
the CITIZEN in the Clayton poM of
fice aa second-clans mail matter.
Advertising rates fifty cents per
fcneh each month, single column.
Reading notices five cents per line,
iue reiurns íroiii íuesuay s ujf,iiim w jjd.ilculj , ucuis
election are slowly coming in, and , mean of removing Andrews,
throughout the country the Dem-' and placing in his stead that
ocruts have made splendid gains r'splendid gentleman., Hon.. O. A,
with the exception of Colorado
Lieutenant Peary has returned
from his polar expedition having
gone 30 miles nearer the pole
than any other explorer, but not
reaching the object of his search.
The Trinklad paper are re
Dortine an. eruption of Culeba
Peak, one of the Mvowy Range
about 30 milos west of Trinidad.
It is claimad tlia-t the mountain
is belching forth tire and smoke
We hope that this is only another
newspaper fairy tale.
A Panama special says that
Jerinan Kehl, who. in 11)03 tried
to gain admission to the White
House with the declared intention
of . killing President Roosevelt,
arrived in Panama yesterday
from Chili. He was immediately
put under arrest and sent back
P'iiesidknt Roosevelt and
family are on their way to the
Isthmus where the president ex
pects to personally look after the
interests of Uncle Sam in. connec
tion with onrbigditch. ylle feels
that, despite the assertion of the
contractors that the Chinese cool
ios are the only class of men that
can stand the Panama climatic
conditions, it would 1' wiser to
give employment to some of our
colored population that is giving
o much trouble in the south.
This is the first instance of ;i
president breaking that nnwrit
ten law which forbids our chief
executive to leave the Niundary
of the UniM States. V
Folsom Fads and Fancies.
Mr, and Airs. Geo. (Jaylord re
turned from l)ecatur,Tox. .where
they have been visiting relatives.
Airs. W. S. MaCash and Airs.
J. I. Kent are inTrinidud visiting
o. . Viuyer lias lucemed a
position as pumper for the C.& S.
Ry., in the absence of ('. A. Hen
derson for 1 n or 20 days.
234 votes cast in precinct No. 3
Mark Wight was in the city
Alort Emery was up from the
ranch after supplies Tuesday.
34 cars of sheep shipped from
Folsom to Ft Collins Colo, and
other Colorado points.
The ladies of the Methodist
church have been again compelled
t-j postpone their entertainment.
It will be given without fail the
evening of the 17th.
Light James was over tú Clay
ton last week riding the goat to
the tune of the K, P. quickstep.
The young people are making
arrangements for u masquerade
ball to be given Thanksgiving at
te school house;
which elected a solid Republican
ticket. New York wont Repub
lican by a majority of 50,000 votes
for governor and it is considered
the balance of the ticket went
Democratic, which,, in view of the
peculiar condition of politics in
that state, is considered a splen
did victory for tho Democrats.
Oklahoma went overwhelmingly
Democratic. Thus insuring two
Democratic senators from that
state. Missouri returned to her
first love, and is again a Demo
cratic state. The Democrats in
congress have gained twenty-five
members thus reducing the Re
publican mujority to about fifty.
Everything is encouraging for
the Democrats, and presages an
overwhelming victory two yeai
from now. i
The republicans have been
luckier in county affairs, than in
territorial and national affairs.
They have elected every man on
the republican ticket, with the
possible exception of Valverde
for commissioner, Pinard for
sheriff, and Castillo for school
superintendent. The returns are
very encouraging to the demo
crats, who went into the fight al
most without hope, and without
a chance of the election of a sin
gle candidate. They had no or
ganization of any consequence,
prior to the convention, but dur
ing the short time to the conven
tion they perfected a splendid
machine, which is responsible for
the excellent showing made.
The real power of the organiza
tion were Messrs. Valverde,
Herzstein, Lackey. Alansker and
Wheatley; and their splendid
generalship is shown in. the re
turns which are slowly coming
in. While we did not elect our
entire ticket, the splendid fight
made conclusively proves that
that the democracy of Union
county is fast returning to itself
again, that honest government in
county affairs will soon be accom
plished. Thursday night word was re
ceived here that Hon. 0. A. Lar
razola, the democratic candidate
for delegate to congress, was
elected by a small majority. The
message was sent by A. A. Jones,
chairman of the Democratic Cen
tral committee, and was the
most gratifying news received
by the democrats in this county
in many years. Later newspa
per reports show that both sides
are claiming the office by very
small majorities, and probably
we will nut know for cgrtain un
til after tho official cimnt. We
believe that New Mexiep has at
last removed the blot Andrews
from the lower houe of our Na
tional Congress. JF his place
Larraxola will represent us ably,,
honestly and efficiently. If the
democracy of 2ow Mexico never
elects another candidate, it has
done a Listing favor to ihu coun-'
If the democrats in the-Cimarron
precinct of this county had
gone to. the polls and voted, there
would bo several democrats
elected to county office. So we
have no one to blame but our own
blamed selves. This county
properly organized is democrat
v in election, so lar as we are
able to learn, passed off in this
county, peacably and quietly
jToint statehood was defeated
in Arizona and only carried in
this Teritory by asmall majority
Later reports show that Val
verde was defeated for county
commissioner by three votes and
Sat Pinard defeated for sheriff
by 12 or 15 votes. Castillo, for
school superintendentes the only
man elected on the democratic
ticket in Union county.
Unofficial returns in New
Hampshire indicate that the vot
ers failed by the narrow margin
of ten to elect a governor. The
state law requires that the sue
cessful candidte receive a ma
iority over the other candidates
and Floyd, republican nominee
falls short by ten votes receiving
the needed majority. Unless the
official result shows achange,the
legislature will be called upon to
name the next governor.
The state ticket in Kansas will
probably require an official count
before the result is known.
Incomplete vote of Union county:
No I.... 403
ior Delegate to Congress.
ft Constitutional Delegate.
Dem Holland ÚK8
Odel y 74
Rep - Easterwood
Sandoval . . .
' lor Cemcil.
or Coanty CoaumltsioiMrs.
Dem. .Valverde . .
. Rep. .Otto
(or Probata Judge.
Dem . . AI asearan rea 0 1 1
for Probate Clerk.
Dem.. Ai era 5M)
Dem.. Pinard 705
Rep.. Gallegos 812
Dem. .Otero 412
Rep.. Lujan... 810
Tot Treasurer ene' -Oflicio Collector.
Dem.. Haca 022
For County School Superintendent,
Dem.. Castillo 815
Rep.. Johnson 707
Dem. .Garcia. 580
Hep.. Loveless 824
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Condensed Report of The First National Bank of Clayton. N. AV
Ah rrmliTi'd to the Cooiptrollnr of I'urrinic) ,
M the lose of business S'itcmU'r 4, l!KX.
Hills Disl'ouiittil I17r.")4i)j
Fiirnituif iiiul Fixture .(KHi.ao
Five Per Cent Funds J,500.(K)
United Sttttt s Bonds 104,540.00
Cush Sight Kxchun-o Sw!fi Í 8.1,3(i0.04
IK'tnmul I!tns U,tS..Pl
Uvmliatts -j 44(j
Capital I "iS.OOO.OO
Deposits 1103, 07.71
Ceitilioiites of deposits
nited Suites Deposits .' i)0,OCO.OO
Territorial deposits 20,000.00
Other Liabilities ( inuludlnif dividends unpuid ant) undivided
The above statement is corm't to tho beot of ray knowledge.
N. F.. WiimvoKTH, Cashier.
DR. W. W. CHILTON.
NEW SANITAHIUM WJVG,
HOoMai a I io UP Kl Aln".
J. E. HOORE,
Clayton, N. M.
Dr. J. C. 5lack,
PHYSICIAN ANli tHKOíí.
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