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rain!. Yes, Otto vicin ig over two good rains, e looking fine. Zinck's parents, Mr. and w, and brother, came Sat Guymon, Okla., in a car, a few days at the forn ida Scofield took dinner Flora Zinck, Sunday. 11 be a box supper at Otto nip-lit- to- heln build the nool house. Everyone come and ladies bring a box. Do we hear wedding bells at a near distance? Mr. John Oliver snys they sound clear to him. Miss Gertrude L'eKon tells us the same story. But I do not know if there is any truth n the story or not. Prof. Jimerson, our music teacher, s greeted at his arrival Sunday ht by Otto's young folks, at Mr. ckner's, and will start a singing hool in 4 few days. A revival is being held at the j&tioch, thui ,, veek. Rev. J. W. Bal ard, is conduced the services. Ii il Scott went fishing Tuesday, Ind we hope he caught a few suckers. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hagan were in n Saturday shopping. v. J. Q. Herrin preached at Otto 'ay evening. A fine sermon was ed by a large audience, ne Tate ball team, played Otto . Perico, on the Otto grounds. A ndy good game was reported but x Writer did not learn the score, 'art of the Fifty-Two club went to iad Sunday, July 30th to the sing- convention and they reported a y good time. Mr. John Scott was attending to isiness in town Saturday. Miss Roselee Durbin came home to t a few days. Miss Gertrude Melton and Miss iggie Beckner visited Mrs. George ckner Sunday. We notice that Miss Marie Pettis k advantage of Leap Year and xht a fine new beau. Ye, old ors be careful or you may be joed. .183 Alta Oliver-visited with Mrs. j. II. Zinck Monday. .' I've just arrived, fan not think of -nuch news and don',t have to do' like tocky Mountain,' Bill" "sprinkle is," but I muat chop weeds. !'t,onesome Me." GUY NEWS SOCIALIST PARTY OF AMERICA Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Rowley and lit tle son Maurice, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Hardway and daughter, Miss Rebecca and Master William, attended the Old Settlers' Picnic at the James ranch Friday and report a fine time. A. L. Maitlen is drilling a well for B. Vialpando. 1). C. Larkin was in Trinidad, Tues day on business. Mrs. Chas. Poison is reported quite ill with Dr. Wellman of Des Moines in attendance. W. S. Rowley and Master Howard Hardway were Des Moines visitors Tuesday. Mr. Rowley made use of his auto to deliver a young hog that weighed some 350 lbs. George Larkin returned . Friday from Guymon, where he had taken Abraham Yeakel and wife where they will remain indefinitely. Miss Ethel Cunio of Des Moines, has been the guest of Miss Florence Ad kins for a few days. Messrs. Larkin, Rowley, Ballow, Cozby and Deatheridge were Des Moines visitors, the last of the week. The families of W. S. Rowley and Dr. Steele of Folsom, and Miss Re becca Hardway are off this week on a pleasure trip into Colorado. Mr. Belveal of Arkansas arrived here last week. He is traveling over land for the benefit of his health and has settled at present in this com munity. Leland Sdres has returned from a few weeks visit, in Kansas, with his mother. R. M. Tavlor writes his wife from Liberal, Kansas, that he expects to soon return home. The Van Buren Show Comoany Dassed throuirh here and entertained some of the people a couple of eve nings last week. In answer to A. J. Riehter of Moun tain View, would say that the Guy neighborhood has a telephone system and do usually catch those horse thieves and send them to Clayton, where they break out of jail and es cape. The drought still continues with but little prospect for crop. Wood haul ing and picnicing seem to be the order of the day. We understand a crowd spent the day, Sunday, a few miles east of here on a picnic. Mrs. R. M. Tavlor and Miss Ha Scarborough spent Wednesday with Mrs. Arthur Dethridge of Willow Springs. Clayton Local Meets Every First and Third Monday in Office of A. J. McDonald, Sect Visiting Comrades Welcome WORKING MEN JOIN YOUR PARTY l!lllUHIIIU!IUIIIÍIIIIUUi!ll!!llllil!!i!l FARM LOANS H. Goodwin Í CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO nmmimmiitninmmi (jJlllllLllMlllllllilllNllllllllllMlllllllllMlllllllilinmniiiiiiniiiMiii'iiiiiiiniiii'i fi. I.. TOOK B Real Estate and Stock Exchange S Farm Loans. Hail Insurance. Gray-Easterwood Bldg. Up btairs g mmmmmmmmm n iiiii mini n miiii mammimiEinii For Your Butter and Eg'gs Highest ríarlíeí Price g A 7 AD MCD rn I m . m iiniiiiiiniiB vdministrator's Final .Jettlement Attention Farmers and Stockmen 580 Acres of Good Land in Texas, well improv - ed, to trade for New Mexico Land. Owner is here now. Call at S. E. Lane's office. The Bosses' Orders are sure to include the inper ative injunction to use the best Lumber on the job. We keep no other kind. All the Lumber we handle for out door or indoor work is war ranted by us to be froee from warpings and imperfections and to be thoroughly dried. Our Trim and mouldings are also guaranteed. And though the qualities are the ebst our prices are always moderate. Tom Gray Lumber Co. The Citizen features its Country Correspondence. That is one big reason why it is such a valuable advertising medium. The , rederick Wolford, administrator of the Estate of Manuelita Wolford, late of Union county, deceased, hereby Kives notice that he has filed in the office of the Clerk of the Probate Court his final account of his admin- itration of the estate of said deced- nt, and that the Probate Court has y order duly entered, fixed Monday, eptember 4th 1916, at the hour of n o'clock a. m., at the opening of the guiar term of said Court, as the ime and place for hearing upon said , inal account. All parties interested whether as heirs, or claimants against said estate may appear and be heard, and unless cause be shown to the con trary said account will be approved and the administrator and his bonds , - men then and there discharged. Frederick Wolford, Administra- ij - " tor of the estate of Manuelita 3 Wolford, deceased, i Woodward & Blue, I Attorneys f Clnyton, N. M. 30-31-32-33 We have just purchased from the largest Mills in Texas, two thousand tons Oil Cake, 43 Protein or better, Texas prime double screened cattle cake, for Sept., Oct., and Nov. deliv ery. See us for prices before you buy. Otto-Johnson Merc. Co. 30-c For Sale or Trade. 3 blocks or 30 large lots (50x140) with some good improvements, located in splendid southwest Mo. town. Will trade for town property, land or cattle. Ad dress Box 392, Clayton, N. M. 30-31c Zquity Store of the Farmers Society of Equity of Union County Saves Yon Money cum Kelsey Institute inc. CO-EDUCATIONAL Junior College, College Preparatory, Music, Board and Room at Actual Cost. Address: S. E. BLAKEMORE, B. A. Principal, Amistad, Southern Union County, New Mexico. Miainiiiiiiiiii JOHN GORIUH & SON We have secured a special Whiskey which touches the spot We invite the public to sample this fine old liquor. We guarantee it. One drink will convince you. OLD LEWIS HUNTER T i SIX YEAR OLD BOURBON WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BOTTLED GOODS. VAL BLATZ BEER ON DRAUGHT We buy in car loads, and sell in unbroken lots many of the things you need every day. It is the proper way to buy and you will save many a dollar each year if you will do this. OUR BUYING FACILITIES THROUGH T H E NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS at Indianapolis, Indiana, gives us great advantage as we many times take the entire output of a factory so you can see the reason we can save you money A FEW OF THE THINGS WE CAN SUPPLY IN UNBROKEN LOTS Dried Fruits, Canned Goods, Lubricating Oils, Axle Grease, Rice, Sugar, Coffees, Rolled Oats, Honey, Syrups, Potatoes, Apples, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, Oranges, Lemons, Bananas, Tobaccos, Matches, Salt, Etc. We take your orders and you receive them from the car when it arrives, thus sav ing all expenses of unloading, hauling, storing, etc. This is co-operation. The modern way of merchandising. Our Phone Number is 154, we are connected with the following telephones: Texline, Sedan, Lakeside, Citizens West Side Line, The Equity Line, also Clayton. Write Us or Phone Farmers Society of Equity Union County Clearing House J. A. McCUNE, Mgr.