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Pubished in the Interest of Clayton, Union County and Country in General.
Clayton, Union County, N. M., Friday. Nov, 23, 1906.
No. 39.
p.. Q. Palmer, Editor.
LociSK Cuveb, Associate Editor.
Telephone No
Subscription, one year, il.OO.
Subscription, six month, t l.'2ó.
Application has Wen marie to cuter
the CITIZEN in the Clayton post of
fice as second-class mail matter.
' Advertising ratt-3 fifty cents per
Inch each month, singlo column.
Reading notices five cents per line,
each insertion. ... '
iy virtue of an order of the
Jnited States Court for the
I Fourth Judicial District for the
Territory of New Mexico, I will
? expose to public sale, on Wednes
day, December 12th, 1906, at 10
o'clock, a. M. , at the Court House
j in Clayton. Union County, New
; Mexico, all the right, title and
. interest of the Sater Copper Co. ,
. in the following described minin
f claims, located in Black Mesa
! Mining District, in township 31
I Union County, Territory of New
I Mexico, viz: Lethe, Anna, Eliza
í both, Kitty, in Rangé 3G, Section
7; Bulger, Dawn, Hobo, in Range
i o('), Section 11: Copper Chief
Wooley Wolf, Charley Boy, Ohio,
Indiana, Outlet, Ancon, in Range
oG, Section 12, each of obove con
s taining twenty acres Home Placer
; inRange 3G Section 12, containin,
1G0 acres, and Fair Land Placer
in Range 30, Section 12, contain
'iing 120acresi
Also the following rhinin
t claims located in Cimarrón Min
;' ing District, in Township 31 1
: aforesaid, vizi Mint, Iron King,
and Hornet, in Range 36, Section
7: Eclipse Range 36, Sections 7
and Hj Ruby, in Range 86, Sec
i tion 18 and 17; Modock, in Range
36, Section 17; Bessie, Ada, Myr
tie, Sara, Star, Range 36, Sec
tion 17; each containing 20 acre9.
? Also, a piece of ground located
i in Township 31 aforesaid, Range
1 36, Section 7, known as Mill Site
about five ttcrest, on
Is Clayton Booming? YES!.
flore windmill outfits have (been sold
in Clayton this year than ever be
fore, and we have sold the
BULK of them
We handle the Fairbanks and Eclipse mills. We carry the
largest stock of Casing Pipes, and Rods and Cylinders.
And Can Fill Any Order At Once.
Your outfit will go to you Complete. A comparison of prices,
will show that we are all right.
Tin Shoo in Connection.
Flues, Tanks, Troughs on hand and to order.
G-L Marsh
Ltimber Yard
Dealer in ail kinds of Buildinq Material. Builder's Hard
ware, Paints, Oils &c. A good stock always on hand.
Clayton, & & New Mexico.
Condensed Report of The First National Bank of Clayton, N. M.
As tendered to the Comptroller of Cnrtoncy.
At the Close of business November 12, 1906.
Bills Discounted .n..i.$l9fl,8S.'J.M
Furniture and Fixtures , . , , 2,000.00
Five Per Cent Funds , , 2,500.00
United States Bonds...., , 104.540.00
Cash Siffht Exchange ,, ,., 115,2(M).09
Overdrafts. . . . , . , , 3,441 731
Capital ,.. $ 75,000.00
Surplus , , 4,000.00
Circulation ,,n.. .........,.,.,...,,..,,. ..!......., 50.000.00
Deposits ... ......,...,.,.. . $149,053.34
Certiflcates of deposits , , , ... i ...... . 51,841.56
United States Deposits , 49,450.00
Territorial deposits u. .(,..,.. 20,000.00
Banks ..., 20,71)0.55
Other Liabilities (Including dividends unpaid and undivided
profits) .., 7)454.27
The above statement Is correct to the best of my knowledge.
N. E. Wihtwokth, Cashier.
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which is erected one frame honsé
one stohe house and one"dugout"
on the Eclipso claim aforesaid,
there is a shaft 4 fet by 8 feet
250 feet deep.-
Also the fífllcMifig" personal
property at the shaft on the
Eclipse claim, viz. On complete
hoisting plant, comprising two,
!75 horse power" bilers with
I smoke1 stacks, engine wire cable
head frame writer" find steam
ppes, ore buckets, ppnpi, water
and strain fittings; one tonal!
heistina plant; comprte'intí two
boiler with stroke" stack? Ana
cond Engine, water and irteaffl
pipes, ore buckets? pumpá, wa
ter and steam fittings, &ej One
chain block and tackle small en
gine itnd boiler, about 2,000 feet
of watT and steam pipe size 1 to
4 inches in dialmeter,- one steam
pump; one fract-on engine; one
water wagon aboui -t0 pounds
blasting povyir, lot bmcksroith
iofcla, 12 pick áñd shovels 5 rifle
ar's, one farm and one1 spring
wá'gon,- 4 head work horses; 2
double sets work harness, loÉ of
household goods comprising
chairs,' bedding, dishes, kitchen
ware, crtbk stoves, &c.
chases under $500, to be paid
cash at time of sale, and all pur
chases of fr)00 and more to te
paid, ten per cent at time of sale,
and the balance on confirmation
of sal by Courti Possession to be
given on payment in full of pur
chase price.
Receiver' of Sater Copper Co.
Attorney for Receiver.
Clayton New Mexico.
In the Justice's Court, Preéidct
Number One Union Cn
New Mexico.
Befov-eI Ron John Spring, h F.
N. E. Charlton,
Susan Charlton,
Ben Smith,
To the abóve fcamed defendant:
Please take notice that Sri ac
tion Ma been com iríenee'd Against
you in this court by thtf above
namec pkuntms.to recover ine
sum cf $3175 and ihící'est and
cofts, dnd that a writ of attach
mPht has been issued herei
against yon and that your proper
ty has been attached by and in
virtue of said writ of attachment,'
and Chat unless you. appear before
tl'e Ki?d Jitsttee itf the PeaW áí
hitfoffice in Clavon, Nevt Mexirjb,
on the lutn aay oi wcceniucr
lUTJCy at 10' o'clock in the f pienooA
of said dáy, judu'inrtií W. b feVt
dwed asainst you. is p.iayed for
in the Vrmplam' fi-ld iff this
court.and your property Attached
as aforesiid will bo sifld $ pity
Kp. debt.-
Dated Clayton Set Mñcó
NovembBí 23rd; 1000.
John Spring,
Justice of the Peace, Precinci
No. 1, Union County, New Mexico,
Law & Goldman,
Attorneys for Plaintiffs,s
Clayton, New Mexiw
CJontest Notice,
united Status land ortacE,
Clayton. N. M., Nov. 13, 1906i
A sufllclent contest añldavit háving
beeh filed in this office by Oliver P.
Eastefwoodj contestant, against home
stead entry No. 8076, made April 13,
1900, for N. t. quarter of Section 31,
Township 2Ú N., Range 30 E.-, by Lu
cían R. Frailer Contestce, in which
it is alleged that "said Lucian B. Fra-
zifr has never established his resi
dence upon said land and has aban
demed ihs same, for" 1Potb than s1j
months írrímcdlalMy preceding the
date heriof and that all iid deicct
conflnne down to this da atid tha
said alleged abseicfe kbhi úb saifl
land Yfas not du to bis nploymeni
in th'6 Army, Navy, or Mrlns Corp
of the United States as a prlvatff su)
dier', officer,' séarhan or írtaílné, díir?
ing the war with spain or during nay
other war In which the uáítéd Statof
may bo engaged." saia partiij n-ri
hereby notlfled to appear, résponi! iad
ofTer evtdéncé touching said rillegrct fn
at 10" o'clock A. M. oft Jan. Ir5, 19ÍI7.'
before íhe Rogístér and Réeéiv6r at
the united" States Lrtnd offlcb in Clav "
ta,' New Mexico". 1
Th6 saldíóntestant having; fn própé
aflldavit, filed October 30,' 190G, séf
forth facts" which show thai after dutf
diligence personal' service' Of t!nii nO "
ticé can nót bó rhddó,' fi fí héréí'
orderéd' and directed tW 8Ú nfi
be ÍJ Ané and priíf ttW''
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