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THE CLAYTON CITIZEN, 31, AUG UST 10, 1916 LOCAL AND PERSONAL i Pot Plants for sale. J. M. Davis 30-c. Carl Lyman, interior decorator from "Wichita, Kansas, is finishing the in terior of the new Henderson home which will be one of the handsomest in the city. ' Mrs. J. Frank Barnhart leaves for Denver Monday of next week where she will buy her stock of millinery for this fall. A. B. Christerson, one of the prom inent residents of Sedan, spent sev eral days in the city, this week. Room and board for two gentlemen. Mrs. R. L. Liggett. Mrs. Benjamin F. Murphy and moth er, Mrs. Aurelia F. Small, leave Sat urday for Chicago where Mrs. Murphy will take a special course in Chiro practic's and primary surgery. She will attend the National clinical school of Chiropratics. Mrs. Small will visit friends and relatives for sev eral months. The only safety deposit boxes for rent in Union Co., State Ban., of Com merce. 30-c Mrs. R. M. Olbeter and "little Doc" left Monday for Rochester, Minn., where she will seek medical aid from Mayo Bros, of that place. She ex pects to be away until the first of January. Open an account at the State Bank of Commerce, the bank of thrift and progress. 30-c C. J. Dawe, representative of the Morey Merc. Co., of Denver, was in Clayton the first of the week on bus iness with our merchants. George Wilson, the jovial represen tative of the Nuckols Packing Co., of Trinidad, paid a business call to Clay ton merchants Monday and Tuesday. Safety deposit boxea that can be opened only by the key of the renter. Rent reasonable. State Bank of Com merce. 30-c. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Knox and Miss Fannie, came in from Holland this morning to do some shopping. They will remain jn town this afternoon and attend the funeral services of Mrs W. A. Miller. mm .1 1"' 7.1 iV. W 1 i ii i i i in . . EDITOR'S practical for any home Al ways :he on z Square Let Us figure with you. We will make your estimate free. Also make drawings and alterations to suit the owner. COMPANY R rzf . H Have you a neat, comfortable, home-like, furnished room to rent? Permanent. Address P. 0. Box 73. Tom Downs, manager of the Otto Johnson Merc. Co., at Sedan, was a visitor in the city Sunday of this week. Tom says everything in his section is flourishing. Miss Minnie Bowen of Thomas, was shopping and visiting in the city sev eral days this week. M. D. Lujan of Mexhoma was look ing after business matters in the city the first of the week. Rev. L. Blakemore, principal of the Kelsey College, at Amistad, was in the city Tuesday and reports fine rains in his section of the country. Jake Speidel was in from Thomas the first of the week and attended the sales. A new voting precinct was created at Doby last week and the voting place will be the school house in Dist. 44. D. Stone was elected Justice of the Peace, while Jack Heimnan has been appointed constable. There are 60 voters in this precinct. Rex Shaw of Grenville, manager of the Weber store in that city, was in town Tuesday shaking hands with his old friends. Safety deposit boxes, all sizes, for rent. Customers rooms and modern conveniences. State Bank of Com merce. 30-c R. R. McDonald came in from Se dan, the latter part of the week to at tend to business matters. C. F. Kilgore of Des Moines, was here the latter part of last week on business. Mrs. C. N. Foster of Clapham made a short visit to the city the latter part of last week. Jack Young, F. M. Grundy and J. A. Grundy, all of Middlewater, Texas, were visitors in Clayton the early part of the week. Nin Halcomb, of Cuates, was in the city this week. E. H. Junbluth of Dalhart was in the city Sunday and attended the ded ication services of the Creed's Chap el. If you would be progressive, do your banking business with the progres sive bang, the State Bank of Com merce. 30-c .So. Mir ibMaaMVAMwin'ruuii. NOTE: We have procured the modern homes will be shown shown on this page will be furnished ii lüi-n It is a well establishei' tu-t that r.ü a are judged largely ny attru tions of their residents portions j.s wcil r.s by their commercial centers, ami :s statistics will bear out, the greatest developed and fastest growing cities (f the -vorld tod. are due largely !c their beautiful hones for their t' elopment. As exam;h, this fea ture alone has caused more visitors to permanently locate in Southern California than most any other one cause. Of course, some communities have not the natural advantage to aid in beautifying the home still, the main factor lies in the home itself in the lines and designs of its architecture and in the interior arrangement and details. Thisd oes1 not necessarily demmd great expenditure, and even the smallest home can be made attractive if properly designed and if care is taken of its upkeep and surroundings. . ' Certainly every citizen desires and should have a home as comfortnble and attractive as his means will allow, and to every citizen the welfare of his community should be at heart. Does it not occur to you that by mak ing your own home and property attractive that you not only enchance b ut encourage your neighbor to do likewise, thus furthering the growth and development of our city at larije? These improvements make a city more desirable for each cf its residents to live in and are a source of much favorable publicity, and encourages strangers to locate and establish homjs, thus increasing the population wrh a desirable class of residents. These statements are worthy of the consideration of every citizen, and we trust may- be of indirect benefit in elevating: our civic attractiveness. v The many friends of Dr. D. C. Dan iels will te glad to know that he has successfully been operated on twice in St. Joseph's hospital in Denver, and that he is recovering. Dr. Vernon of F'olsoiii is occupying his office while he is away. Nothing quite as refreshing this hot weather as a soda or sundae. Remem ber the Rexall Fountain is one of the most up-to-date in the state of New Mexico and can give you anything in the 3oda line. , 29-tf-c Gus Brass was in from his ranch Saturday of last week. They have had good rains in his section and grass and stock are fine. Mrs. Mary Burrus of Canton, Tex as, is here this week visiting the fam ily of Kit Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Pope oí McKinney, Texas, stopped a couple of days the latter part of last week to visit Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burrage, who are visiting here. They left for Colo rado Springs and other points where they expect to spend several weeks. The Four States Seed Co., have all kinds of turnip seed for sale. tfe30 Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Snyder, Misses Emma and Mable Snyder, Dudley Jr., Mrs. Sue Pace and two sons, John and Tom, and Capt. and Mrs. T. S. Sny der, left Saturday noon, for Stone wall where they will spend a week camping. They will also attend the circus in Trinidad this week. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sparks were in from the ranch Tuesday in their car. Herbert L. Simpson of Kenton, Ok lahoma, bought a new Maxwell car from the Clayton Garage this week. Miss Elizabeth Elliot of Eldorado, Kansas, is in the city visiting her aunt Mrs. L. A. Wikotf. Miss Elliot has been spending a portion of her sum mer vacation in Denver, Lamar, Col orado Springs and other points in Colorado. Mrs. Arthur Wooten has been em ployed by the school directors of the Seneca district to teach school there this winter. Mrs. Wooten is an ex cellent teacher and the people of that locality are to be congratulated in se curing her services. S!fi;o dtpmTnmj will. k)tip roo erv'ves of competent archi Lccfs in e iiting Any in formntion desired will be gladly furn Ishsd by theConi'.ay Lumber Co., agents "Ye i ra Mr I .. . ,1 Vow... -V r'- ..v b.. Plant Herzstein's pure Turkey Red fall wheat and fall Rye. H. Herzstein Seed Co., Seed that Succeed. -30-31c Strayed, Mare Mule, co:or blue, weight about 1,100, 6 yr. old, wore haiter, no brands. Len Belles, Har rington, N. M. 31-tf-c. Ford For Sale Ford Runabout, with delivery body. Extra equipment. $250.00 M. P. Harvey, U. S. Land Of fice. 31-tf-c Lost July 30th at picnic at Stead one pine box dishes, knives and forks tied with brown yarn. Notify O. P. Stead, Stead, N. M. 31-p We are now located in the Tom Gray Saloon Building, First Door west of Isaacs Hardware on Main Street. Our Prices Are Low and We Have a Complete Line of Men's and Boys' Suits Men's Suits from $6.75 up Boys' Suits $2.75 to $5.90 See Our Furniture Department We are complete and can furnish you al most anything that is needed from the kitchen to the parlor. Come in and see us before sending your order away or buying elsewhere. We have a complete line of Undertaking Goods Why should you pay from $75 to $300 for a casket, when you can buy one here for One-Half that money? Yours very truly CAUDLE'S STORE mm mms&si i this department, "nJcaeh week illustrations of free. Competent plans, details and Fkn.iry" Dalles. 1 ! Attention Farmers and Stockmen We have just purchased from the largest Mills in Texas, two thousand tons Oil Cake, 43 Protein or bette'r, Texas prime double screened . cattle cake, for Sept., Oct., and Nov. deliv ery. See us for prices before you buy. Otto-Johnson Merc. Co. SO-c If your bank account is with the State Bank of Commerce, your ac count will be posted with a Bur roughs posting machine, which as sures its accuracy. 30-c specifications The Comley Lumber Co The Comley Lumber Co. has a Window Display at the City Drug Store, showing blue prints, speci fications and material bills as fur nished with "Ye Planary" Service. n \n\n urna. .