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1 vL tished in the Interest of Clayton, Union County and Country in Clayton. Union County, N. M. Friday, Dec 28, 19C, VOL. IK x 7 1 If' I i r I ,' ' 4 : PeopJaYou Know. There, is na place to ship stock from but Clay torn See! Dont forgot the. lawn incorpór .ation. '' When the- council meets will it be "President" Spiess? Dr. Lane reports her Texline '' patients to be. convalesent now.. Don Nicholas V'ihil, sheep in ! spector, was in the city yester ', day. N Don Jose Merced Gonzales was ' in town a few days buyingChrist mas supplies. Receiver Geo. W. Detamore, ate Christmas dinner with his parents in Trinidad, Colo. Miss Ramey is visiting in the city this week with Mrs. S. I. North. . ... Dr. S. I. Nortli has Jeen call, ed to the Kenton country several times lately. ; Ed Grygla, handsome and gen ' ial, spent his Christmas in Clay ton. Mrs George P. Gaylord was registered at Hotel Eklund Xmas day. Don Reymundo Arguello min : gled with his friends in Clayton this week. v Mrs. C. M. Richmond enter tainedafew friends for Xmas dinner. Miss Annie .Winsor is spend , r ing her Christmas vacation with s" , hpr mnt.hor- in Trinirlarl The new school house now in process of erection, is beginning to be sees. s Don Archie McKeller was here last Monday wearing a Xmas-.smile-no small thing. Mr. Herzstein is off again to Lamar Colo. to receive another arcra Hnrinh nf cVioor , tt) Dont forget that Clayton will .soon try to launch herself again as a city of first importance. Capt. Robt. B. Maley was in town last Wednesday after a load of rancfi supplies. Mr. E. D. Howard, old timer, . and all around good man, spent a day or so in the city this week. Col. Bill S. Potter was in from his ranch last Wednesday and took a load of grain out with him. Mr. F. H. Clark, our hustling telephone man is fast completing his line from Clayton to Texline, Don. Lorenzo Lujan is spend ing the holiday season with his family at bis home in this city. ' Mrs. Louise Oliver, our assis tant editor, is spending Christ mas with hor mother in Trinidad. W. vC. Wrinis has gone to spend the holklays with his fam ily, in the Lone Stir State. Help Clayton. Done be a knocker, for the level of the knocker 1 a low one, and he is sure to find it. A. W. Sears, sheep inspector, has been here several days for Christmas goods, and on busi ness. F. C, Grimm, of the Grimm Hardware Co., left on the morn ing train Tuesday for a Hying triptoFolsom. The coal man, U getting to be fc cold proposition, and, give no service v&dthou.t cash presentation- ' Don.. Telesfor Martinez,, pro bate Clerk Elect, is. in the, .city preparing to assume, hjs. duties the first proximo, P. W. Lamkin of the.G. L, Qopk Real Estate Company 'j ba&k from a 15 days trip to Waco and other Texas points. If the next legislature viH re vise the present statues, it will always have a warm place in, the public heart. L. M. Easley, owner of the 0 ranch gripped several cars of cattle from here during the past few days j' The society editor bears some very startling things are on tapis, as toAvhich for the present the word W "mum", R. Q. Palmer is rusticating in Denver this week. Mr Palmer expects to buy some d ditional s to the Citizen's equipment. Don Soloman Mestas, Treasur elect, was in town this week to make a few purchases of the wares of. Kris Kringle, Miss Ethel Thompou now of Jopljn Mo., is spendipgthe hol idays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs A. C- Thompson - People who are unable to give a tolerant hearing to those hold ing views opposite to their own are unfit for self government, Stanley McKellar still has a happy butrather expectant mien, but he is still in a state of pain ful Celibacy? ' The Citizen isunder obligations to Don, Hilaria Martinez this week, for favors extended. Don Nicholas Vigil, Sheep in spector, was in the city a few days ago upon business pertain ing to his office. Hon. John A. Pace, spent sev eral days in Trinidad this week, attending to important business at that place. v Don Faustin Gallegos is at home again for the Christmas Holidays. He has been engaged with the District' Court at Los Vegas for the past month. yJohn L. Jones, the efficient foreman of the Shuford & East ranch, has been for several days this week looking after some cattle shipments. J Father Lambert, the pleasant and popular prelate of the Cat holic Church was here last Wed nesday seeking the abiding place of Old Saint Nicholas. Our friend, J. H. Deain is stil suffering from the effects of tin hurt he sustained recently in the wreck on the Ft. Worth & Denver Ry. J. 11. Johnsoii has returned from a trip to Kansas City. He says the trains are all crowded witu home seeiters commmg westward. Orandpa J. Jvl. Kic setts was here last Monday looking for things calculated to interest "our baby" grand son, Roy Raymond. Thomas E. Owen, one of the sustantial Stock raisers of the Folsom country spent Christmas here with his brother, Mr. A Wamsley. Mjiss Pearl Armstrong has re turned from a several weeks visit to hex old homo in Texas We know some people, who will bo glad to read this lopal. Wehavq been thinking there was something the. matter w,ith, W. J, Eaton and - no,w we know wha t it is, -re hath, a, 'red dev.-: il.' Mess. Joe A, Doherty and H. M, WilliajAs, both, prominent Citizens oí Folsom x were yesteri day upon business before the U, S, Land sffice, ' - i - Tho now settlers along the edge of this and Beaver County, had a large Christmas tree at the Game! ranch, V y The Hon. Board of County Commissioners are in special Sessskm this week, Hon, E, F, Gallegos, Chairman, and Hons. Juan B- Mpntoya and, M, . B Sis-, neros, members. aU being in at. tendance, . ' v' Mr. H, J, Ha.mmondj Pres. of the First National Bank has re turned from quite an extended trip, to Kansas City and other Eastern points. . O, W. Coffee and wife are nest- oring out on their ranch in Mr. Otto's pasture, about five miles from town. Bill says he likes a pastoral existence. Mrs. J. E. Moore is off for the Christmas season upon a visit to Mr. Moore, at some point in Colorado, the name oí which we failed to learn. A now barbershop is a recent addition to the. institutions of (Jlayton this week. They are beginning to know that Clayton is the best place to locate, Mrs. Tucker, nee Miss Alma Gamel, passed through Clyton the other day to the Gamel ranch, where she intends to spend the holidays with her mother. Mr. D. W. Snvder is at his liome in town for the holidays Mr, Snyder has been making ex tensive improvements on his de sert land claim recently. Mrs. Baer and little Freddie, sister and nephew of Mrs, Paz Valverde, arrived from Pueblo a few days ago, and intend spend ing the holidays here in the best town in New Mexico. Mr. John W. Snyder, son of our esteomed fellow townsman, Capt. T. S. Snyder, came up from Dallas Texas a few days ago to spend the festive season with his parents. We are glad to report that the little baby of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Kelley , which has been very sick recently is reported considerably improved, and on the road to re covery. Mr. Geo. Mohr, foreman and manager of the Arizona Sheep Co., together with young Mr. lluling were in the city last Sat urday, attending to business be fore the land office. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ban peter of Garrett, O. T., were re gistered at Hotel Eklund last Wednesday. Mr. Bangeter is superintendent of the Marino Sheep Co. Mrs. E. W. Fox entertained afew friends tit six o'clock dinner last Saturday evening at her cozy cottage "Aloha", which was dainty and charming in appoint ment and effect. a A Card I am most ' t members of t Pythias lodges in general forjt pathy in gy r; ment. C. Mv' The infant cb Mrs. A, T. Kelly ing illness of r succumbed on', The Citizen ex to the sorrowÍL, The K, of P. lot! king seriously of ; selves a Castle H It would, seem the to do so. for the on strong and growin, Hon, Frank 01 been Deputy Prob der Mr. Pachaco t is one of the most e the County ever :, would be glad to , tinue in that posit Dr. C. C. Heac chief officials in tl. cattle inspection here several dajj ing over the vá made and beingL point, j Col, Festus ( affable and efficiejjj land office is awipi tion, and we un tends spending his family in Okla. We old timer; convinced that th hoe on his should among us in numbt looking out upon t) day, and seeing ' faces, Chas. Swatzel and Mr. Curtis, al. have been taking in of the city recently. all strange that thr people desire to see a ', once in a while. ; Mis. Bartlett enterfr ladies of The Current Club recently at her v West Avenue. This CI of the new things in Clayi A "1 1 ' appears to iurnisn mucn pi lor us membership. pre sent subject under study is thei Russian Rmnirf it.9 nnlit.ino nnrtl religion. We may expect some of the members soDn to wear an air Slavonic. V--Mrs. R. P. Ervein left a few days since for Denver, where she will spend the Christmas holidays visiting friends. Bob did the "lonesome" for about 48 hours after Mrs. E. had de parted, when he suddenly dis covered that he had important business in Denver, and must take the first outgoing train for that place. Miss Elizabeth Tierney, the hy giv ' etoforf )..Law rneyg a -o'Solved by i, fa that have beei y f said firm, whethv iff In either office ' P t V í a' th. Ume be 3. tha cou ;31 be attended tob. JhlAv. Law 1 Mr. Goldman. DatOd Clayton, New Mexico, Deoem ber2ü", A. D. 11)00. Chas. A. Law. William, E. Goldman, Mr. Latham A. Denny has done the priutinjj for the Citizen this week, during the absence of our regular force, Di-3. White and' Dally, of Folsora, . are here to day, on'business before the Com'rs. Court.' '