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LOCALS O PEP.SÍKALS
John Ives of Des Moines, attended
business in the county seat I burs
Mri. Ilaltie Carpenter of near
"uy, attended to business in the. oily
J. D. Johnson am son. Merle, of
boinas, nere business visitors in the
. J. II. Killiurn and family of near
Mt. Dora, spent New YrHr's day in
the oily the guests of relatives
Mrs. Walter Johnson is reported
seriously ill. Relatives were sum
moned Friday, hut it is now believed
that she will recover.
Jacolw Pacheco ot near Atencio,
spent several days in the city t It if
week trading and looking alter busi
ness. J. W. Thomiison of the Ciuy coin
ihborhood, was a business visitor in
(he coun'y seat Tuesday and Wed
LADIES We invite you to in
spect our line. i II riñon y Tmlei
.Articles. None better. The Itexall
Store, City Drug; Store.
Tim Vigil of near Bueye res, our
old Iriend ot" drug stote luiie, spent
I lie week in the cuy looking alter
husiuet-s and having a good time.
And Tim knows how to have a itood
Mr. and Mrs. (J. G. Graiiville and
httle daughter, (finia, returned
Friday .noon frwin Denver, w here
they spent the Christ mas. holula) s
with friends and reUtirs.
"tiili" .Jenkins, the c-irpen'ei.
at 7:30 New Year's morning, star.ed
1915 ritflit lor Himself ami The News
iy iiuiiiliug over one dollar on sub
Attorney O. V. Eisterwond atten
ded to business before the State Su
píeme lourr. at arnica re ine.nrsi oi
the week. He returned Wednesday
C. R. Aslieil of south ol town. was
a business visitor in the citv the tirst
ol' the week. While here he called
at the News office and had hi name
placed on i.ur large subscription libt.
Hon. Serapio Miera, representa-tive-ilect,
spent several das in the
city this week. He left 'I huisda)
morning tor home, accompanied by
J. K. Keilin of this citv, who went
to pay a vihit lj his Imge ranch in
tlit- southern part of the ooiiii:y,
W.l Cochran of near Thomas,
attended to business in the city Wed
timJjy. "Ci'JI' is an ;)ld friend of
The News nin, and of course bad
irs name added to his tutist-ripimu
li.t. A business man w ho doesn't ad
vertise, in the .News certainly Imita
tes toe unprogressive.
Mr. mid Mis. Morris ('. Johnstn
and children, and Gov. and Mrs. C.
N . burke, parrots of Áf s. Juiiuon,
were guests last Sunday at '"'e Ab
liott ranch near Mt. Dora. Thev. re
port an eojrtVable lime. (iov. and
Mrs.Kurke left Thursday for theii
home in Harwell.
Hon. G. C.' Smith. Attorneys
Joseph (Jill and Frank O. Blue, were
in the southern part of the county
ti.e lirst'taking testimony in the le
gislative contest proceedings. Thev
report every allegation made htr the
defeated aiwl 'repudiated republican
camiidatcs in the southern precincts,
disproved aud groundless. That is
not news, every body knew it before.
J. II. Brarrup, one of the progres-
sine citizens ot me iuy country,
spent several daji in the city this
week looking after. business and tra
ding. Vvhile here' here he made'oiir
office a pleasant visit and had his
name added to our suliscriptioii list.
Mr. Ikarrup is a socialist, but we i
are pleased to íay that lie is not of
the prejudiced, narrow class so often j
found auiouj; members of that polit- ,
ical organization. He is the kind ol j
mull that givt soi iiilisiii a respectable
J. A. Arnhart of the Sedan country
was a business visitor in the city the
Hist of the week i
Following letters remain uncalled
for in the Clxylon I'lMolfiee Decem
ber .!0. I!)l:
Mrs. Paulina Smaulding.
Mrs. (I.E. IVniberton Kenton
Mr John Joiner.
Arthui David Jenkins.
Miss. Silberia Garcia.
Lew is Estes(2)
Thce letters, if uncalled for, will
be sent to the Division of Dead Let
ters on Jan. Hli, 1915.
Susie S. Pace,
Five Cents Proves It
A GENKROUS OFFER Cut out
this Hi), enclose with 5 cents to Kol
ei t Co., Chicago, III., writii-g jour
name ami address plainly, and re
c.ie a free- trial package containing
Fole s Honey and l ar Compound,
for coughs, colds and croup; Foley
Kidnev Pills, for kidney and 'bladder
complaints, backache, pains in joints
rheumatism ; and Foley Cathaitie
Tablets, a wholesome and thorough
ly cleansing cathartic try all three
fur five cents, the cost of mailing.
Sold by City Drug Store.
Christmas passed ofTvciy iniiet in
this tieighhni hco:l, and nisi eer
one resolved to turn o er a new lea'
to start the nw jear.
A large crowd attended the Christ,
mas eiitertaiiimen' at the schoolhouse
Christinas Lve. A good program was
rend-rrd, at the close ol which "Old
S.a, ta" in.ide his ippearance tu d is
triliiile the gills finio the tree.
J. Iv Scott and G eo Kosl uiacV a
business trip to I lay ton Yhuisdaj.
A. T. Atchley and f.nnly spent
Christ uius ilh Will Atchley aud
Mrs. Marie Ward, the Uacher, is
spending her vacation with ber pa
rents at M t, Dora.
Glenn Kost and family, J- K.
Scott and family, F'.d Srhiffner and
Howard (lanes, ate CharUlm.it din
ner with Mr. and Mrs. Will Outrs.
Several Ironi the l'alttrson , ncigli
horhood attended the entertainment
and dance at Pasamonle Christmas
nifili. i . .
Chas. Wilkerson is drilling a well
for Gun Rernhaidt. -
Jess Beteher has just completed a
fine rock dwelling, whi'di greatly in
creases the looks of his place.
Ilownrd Coulter spent Christni.s
with bis sister, Mrs. J. K Patterson
The Pittersoii Bichelors 'Club,
composed ar Harry Patttoson, How
ard Coulter, Hiram Livingston,, and
Howard llanis, u ts regulany
each dy twee the holiday season
J. K. Patterson and family and
Delbtrt l alieisoii. (, led Chrismias
evening at the home ot Glei.n Kost.
Charley Peery completed a large
cattle shfd last week.
l.d Si hill nt r ol near Pasanionte,
was in this community last Friday
are usually thin and easily
worried, aleen does not re
fresh and the system sets weaker
Scott' iCmuhioH coiTects nervous
ness by torce or nourishment-it fels
the nerve centres by distributing en
ergy and power all over the body. .
Don't resort to alcoholic mixtures
or drug concoctions.
C SLUI rwS tKULSlOff far A
CIIIWM Will I'. Cur IM.l.f KM,
. IVtNT LTKUUUIBT HAS IT. -.
The weather at this writing is cer
tainly fine.. Have had very little
snow or cold weather so far. Hats
off to Union coiintv, please.
The writer had the pleasure of
greeting Santa Clans twice Christmas
eve. He visited first at the Arizona
Uanch school, and second at I he
Lane schoolhouse where he met with
a fine program conducted by Miss
K hel Cunningham, a nice Christmas
tree and a fine treat.
W'. T, ..Stone ia reported very
poorly at thu time. He his the
sympathy of his many friends.
( W. Wood of Cuates, is still
hauling in his feed crop. It doesn't
haik a ir he will get through thi
winter. Must have had a poor crop?
Mr. and Mrs. S K. Hayes, Mr.
and Mrs. C. W. Sprsgue and son,
Mr. Ira Wood and Miss Silvia
Stone, took Christmas dinner with
C K, Stone and family at the Ari
zona ranch. All left at a late h'ur,
and lepurt htv n ; a line time.
,1. W Stone made a business trip
to Clayton Monday of this week.
Jmnts B. Howaid of ('uates, who
whs taken to Oklahoma for medical
aid, is reported very poorly. lie is
suffering from an all' "ess f the liver.
Clyde Huff from Downs, Kaiisss,
has arrived with his family to make
this their home. He is vf j much
I ltsed with their location,
Please, Mr. Editor, give us a little
moisture along with the beaulifi.l
sunshine. Union county funnels
will do the rest. AH indications are
good for 1915 crom.
lis coming, Dear Cuates. VVi
have put in an order with our local
a rut her iiinn tor a hi; rain or snow
for uf m ighboi IiimhI. ():" couise
we could hae o'dered it from Den
ver or Kansas City or Chicago, but
we like to ilo business wih home in
t!tistiirs Bi- palicot and )oi:r wish
will be grstified F'di'or,
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sprague and
li'tle son visited at the hotne of Mr.
Bcnnup Sunday, and all went skat
ing on the lake. Among the party
was Jimuiie Simpson, who accident ly
tell on the ice, doing some damage
to his "leetle" nose.
S. R. Hayes and wife will leave
January 1st for their old home in
Indiana, wheielhey will viait a short
while with friends and relatives.
How to Cure a La Grippe Cough
"Coughs that hang on" demand
treatment. Stop and think! Ilea-
s ol and common sense tell you that
it is follv to "grin" and "bear, it."
Those racking la grippe coughs thai
wrench the body and cause soreness
and pain in the lungs 'eld more
quickly to Foiei s 1 1 one v and Tar
than to any other treatment. Foi U
years' record of successes prove this.
For coughs, colds, croup and 'other
distressing ailments of throat, chest,
lungs, lar nx and bronchial tubes,
can find nothing that will coin pure
with Ih's reliable ren.edy. City
Drug Store. ,.
Mr. James Wait ar.d family have
traded their place aud will remove
from this neighborhood.
A big dance and box supper was
held at the big Spring choHiou-e
j ednesday night.
j There was dance at J. B. Herald's
Christmas day and a ('anee tin t
j I. p.. Hiinran left the first of the
week for Marion, Kansas, o look
after business and visit friends.
' FOR SALI DB TRADE
One well drilling machine and
power, complete and ready for
ue; also about twenty head fine
horses at.d maris. Will sell for
cash or trade for cattle or land.
See or w rite,
V. H. VVlNGARD,
5o-tf 1 Mt. Dora. N. M
Notice To Tax Payers
Notice is hereby given to the Tai
pavers, the Tax Rolls of Union coun
ty, have been delivered to the Treas
urer for collectinn of the 1914
taxes, and no penaltv or interest will
be charged until after January the
10th, 1915, according to the onbr
of the county Couimissiouers.
Come and settle your taxes before
penalties are added and do not forget
to see whether or not, you have paid
your taxes years back.
Nestor C. i'.f Baca
Treasurer & Collector
bv F C. de Baca, Deputy.
"I wonder why no many Juries dia-asn-e?"
'"Tlie- wonder la nil In the other direc
tion. H ion know of twelve men wtnt
could Hgreo on uny one queatlon?"
Louisville Courier Journal.
THINGS ALL OUGHT TO WWW
As Chrtitijo B-Slo Stoin-s TH Et
itfactory Proof of "Why God Parmiti
On- of the qiiMKttona which cornea to
ne-irty v.ry thinking in I ml tndur In.
"w'hT do4' orí iternilt eillY" A we
'look atwiut ns In the world w iliHrvr
that It Í4 nilort with sorrow and trmilile.
si''knaa and pain snrl everv trial we
eoulrl enumérate, ami we -niiuot help
wonilcrliiB WIIT OOD ALLOWS IT
vl roollzp that He Is slinlL'lity and
that He could prevent It If He wlaherl
We rmid In Ills Word that He ta mor
willing to do for His ehililrvn ttiiin
sre earfhlv paronta for thelra. and we
ltnow how much that tnenna: yet of
tontliiiea It ajenia that those who try
to do and lire rtcht hnvi the moxt
trouble. This miwflon la made vert
clner In a lionk entitled "The Dlvlii
plan nf thf Aeea" Kvory ' atatenieut
la hackr-fl bv Scripture, and ahowa that
Willie !ol does not aunctlon evil HE
HAS HAM A PritlllSK IX ALLOW
111 SIN AND H'iTH TO REICN
TIIRK SIX THOrSAXO VKAItS
Tilia snd nianv otln-r auli1x ts of deep
lllli'ii'sl lo nil nf liod'a poopli an l3
ciirwd fully anil In language euay ot
In KnelKh. Herman. Sw-edlRh, Dano
Norwoglan. hallan. Krt-nch Drees
Hiiiigarltin. Sinlh. Potlsh. Holland
Ish. l- lnnlsh. (Syriae and Turku Ar
mcntiin In prepare lion
:V? nagea, cloth liounil. 85 cents p"t
p.'tld.1 Adilwn Klble and Tlnct Sucio
tr. 17 Itleka Slrel. Brouklyn, N. t
I am selling Oil Cake in Ten Ton Lots
AT WHOLESALE PRICES
Cake to Run 43
Bay now while prices are right
inc. ilívluixij nuicL
Steam Heated and Electric Lighted
Rooms, 75c to $1.50 - Menls, 25c to 50c
N I G G KU1IEA1). N'LTANDL U MP.
AUTOMOBILE SERVICE DA i AND NIGHT
EKLUND HOTEL RANCH AND IRRIGATiQN CO
Clayton, N. A.
THE CLAYTON MEAT MARKET
JOHN SPHIXí;, Prop.
Fresh and Suited Mtiit, Fruits and Provisions. !
Fish imtl Oysters in Season.
TKLF.I'HONK NO KS.
Notice for Piiblhalion
Department of tb Interior U. 8. Lana 01
Clayton. N. M Dm. Is. 1914.
Notlro Is horoby siren that Hiram at. I
ton. of Pattereon. N. M., who. on Janus
1HI2. mart boniratoad rnlry. erial No. OU: ,
nwVi snd iw1. Section 80. Two. 2bn. Ronr1
N.M. P. Meridian, h flled nutira of in!
to mske Three Year Proof, to entablidh rU
the Innd above deeerihed. before Krstoter mt
eeiver, U. S. Land OlAre. at Clayton. N. M..
Sthdayof February. 1816. I
Claimant names as witneeeee:
Howard M. Coulter. John B. Willey. Willi
Brjan, William T. Oata. all of Patterson, N
1-J-J S Pat Valverde. Rrei.o
Tom Lnneiof near Cone, v
business visitor '.n the cauuly
For four years Receiver of the
U. S. IjiikI Otlice at
Clayton. N. M. i
GENERAL LAND PRACTICE
F.ntries, Contests, and Fina
('roots. Plats and Ab
stracts attended to.
')rrice: National Bank Huildiiu
H.LGERS & BAHNHAR;
GENERAL MERCHANTS i
Groceries and Feed, Boots
and Shoes i
Fresh Meats of all Kini
ON THE CORNER
Phonk No 67 j
(nod Teams, Hits and il'iv
crs. Saddle horses for iiie
We board stock by day or ,;
month. W agon . yard In
connection, t'harges exact
l right. '
R T AlNSKCIx', Proprietc
to 46 Protein
. CLAYTON', NF.VV MKMCO.