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Joi. Dean vent to Folsun, Sat urday. llr. Bob Baker of tha Cimarron country was in town Saturday. Trinidad C. do Baca lias his new house finished ready to occupy. R. Mackey, of the Cimarron coantry, was iu oar city Tuesday. ' Mr. Gonley of Carriso, south of ktxn was in after supplies Thurs day. ' Bob Isaacs, is having rook bauled to build an nddition to bis s tors John Tanner nnd wife passed through C a tin Thursday night i nronte to Trinidad, Col A. McKenzie of the Cimarron whs on the' grand jury here this week Clus. Bushncll, hns accepted n , position with North und Chartan in their drug store. Mr. ad Mrs. Fml Birch, left baturaay muht for a risit .at Trinidad, Col. W. B. Bunker. 0. A. Larnaola attorneys of Lns Vegas ore attend iag court- . Messrs. Hitson mid Mittison attorneys from Tucunu-nri ore in attendance at court this week. Sheriff ClL'ofus Roniero, of San Miguel eounty wa3atte-Q ling coui here last Monday. Jodgfl Win. Cabbler of Road Canyon, was in attendance at Court Monday. Mr. Jared Suter manager of th Botar Copper Co., was in froty ihe mines Saturday. ' ;?;' . . ' Leuia F. Garcia from the Tram- paris was in town the first of the eek transacting business. Arthur Brookhart of the Cim arron country, wns a pleasant call r at our off ico the first of the week The grand jury was empnuoleJ Monday with Filiberte Gallcgos merchant at Gallegos, as foremun. Judge 0. E. Smith, left Wed- nesday morning on a flying trip to Denver. Chas, A. Law, was granted license at this term of the district court to practice law Dudley S.nyder returned to his home at Kenton Sunday nccotnpa wiw'l li lfifl'hrritlirir Trim KnviL.r jMessrs. John King aiyl Joe ,Doherty both nwchants at Folsom W, II. Staley, Sec. and J.- 0. Lease, oue of the directors pf-Vlie Sater Copper Co, from Allegany a. in company with Mr. Jaru Sator the Gen. Maaager. weht, out to the Co's. mines last Sunday n a tour of inspection. William L, Reigner, whose case is pending in the Supreme court chargwd with Ue shooting of the ite William A. Rowan, in Beaver County, Oklahoma, during April. 1903, is again out ou bond; ha- in pass.nl throti i'i Clayton hut Saturday en rontu to his ho u in Color.i'lo.. Judgo. Toomba, wh is representing Mr. Ti.'gnier, i said to have secured a bond for him which aggregates about $l(J.030.r0. thus obta iiing his client's freedom Jim Giles. Davo Hidden, Win Mackey, Jason Mackey and wife Mr. King nnd wife and Thomas Duncan, of the Cimarron, won hero at court this week. Mr, Ihvlin.who 1ms been spend ing s jveral days with his family in the noitheastpart of tin; county passed through Clayton, Tuesday en route for Chicago, where he is employe 1 in the railway svicr. It looks ns if Clay ton is to have another bank, Mr. R, G. Dye, of Strutford Tex; was here this week looking over tho ground and says that he is viry favorbly impressed with conditions, nnd will so report to his associates. Eocal Briefs. Wanted: 1500 picked spring calves for Sept. delivery; part payment made down. Address Clayton Real Estate, Live Stock & Commission Co , Clayton N. M. Uwlil further notice th'i Cliyton Coal Co will sell Hastings Egg Get the first sowing of sweet pens into the earth as Boon as the frost is out, Cover fair or five luetics deep, moi weutucr alter ; coal lt 5 73 pir ton planting will not hurt them. I Hnstiiiff Lumu At 83.50 nnd If you want to find a place I Trinidad screened at $ 1.75 in any . 1 1 1 . ' where yon can get tlie uigneat Were here attending court this week. Miss Maggie Davis arrived on the stage Friday evening from Kenton, euronte to visit her sister at Trinidad, Colo. Prof. Carnes of our school was caller at our office a few days ago and complimented 11s on our effort in the newspaper line. Mr. Sam Smith, assistant travel ing freight agent of the C. & S S. R. was in town Friday chatting with our merchants. 1 Clyde Greg, who has ben teaching tho Lujau school on the Carrampaw, left for his home at Beaver Okla., last Saturday his school having closed. A larga congregation listened to , two very interesting sermons de hvtred by Kev. Cone, at the Christian church Sunday and Sun day evening. . Court opened Monday with Judge Mills, clerk tlie court, Secundeno Romero, of Las Vegas, nd District attorney Lahe.y, of Raton, in attendance. Simon Bitteman of El F.iso, Tel is in oar city. It is reported that he is to asiume the manage ment of the Lawrence Mercantile Co. at this place, about April 1st. Assistant District attorny S, B. Davis of Las Vegas, arrived Wed nesday morning and is in attend nee at court. District uttcruy Lah-y h.'tviug returned to his Legiblutivt duties, . PLANT TREES ' "They Are Certainly Capital Entertainers," So say the many that attended the bull given by tho Band Boys last night. The grand jury had returned 12 bills up to the time of gcing to pruss, one case, Dunin, vs. .Dtirau, had been triinl by tho court and lismi6Sd and a few dem:rrert argued. . ' Eggs, .40 cents per dos. ea8e gpsut that. The farmer that has taken tha trouble to raise 11 fev slackens and take earo of them is nyaig tns grocery Dill wuu eggs !esides the satisfi ction of having fresh eggs for his owa use. thir- country ought to raisj enough chickens to supply the home mar kct nnd kjep that much money it holing 111 glancing ovr t.i columns of the Enterprise this week lon't fail to read tha advurtisuients. you will find thut it 13 to your benefit 'odo so. - Any country mat. will raise com and iilfdf-i as will New Mes ico and which iwsiesses n climate when' aiiiuinl disease, is practically unknown can produce hogs nt a great profit. The swine industry of the terrirory is as yet Rinnll. But those who have gone into tho business in a more or leR9 com mercial way have .made money. It is an admitted fact that" real estate, financial men nnd mer chants nil say that quickest mid best results are from advertising. Our city i badly in net d of fire protection, a chemical fire extin guisher as well as a volunteer Hook and Ladder Co. shonld bo one of the first things secured by the city TO THE PUBLIC, E. E. SANFOHD CONTRACTOR ANO BUILDER. Plans nnl Spe.-ifica-tions furnished for till kinds of work. Will take contract in the couutry." ':; :: .The Clayton CLAYTON N. M. THE CLAYTQN REAL ESTATE, LIVE STOCK & COMMISSION CO Cattle and Sheep fur. nished iu any quantity on short notice. P. 0. Box 35. CLAYTON. N. M. For the Best- 25c. Mea la. Town Go to MRS. C. B. ALFORD'S RESTAURANT. Board by the Day or Week. CLAYTON. N. M, 4 M AND f V? R., PIERCE, Proprietor. . ' Good Rigs nnd Careful Drivers. ( Feed Yard and Cam Houee in Ctuncction. Hay and Grain Always on Hand , Phono No. 35 CLAYTON, N. It price for your hides, wool and product, and nt the sauid t'uie buy 1 your gram and provisions, ury jDods &e, ut tho vjry lowest price , come to Clayton. pTiiBt received by tho Clayton Coal Co. a cur load of Hastings g coal. We notice some of our citizens ar adding a fresh coat of paint to their premises, New housoi going up all the time and still there is no vacant houses to rent. This h a vory satisfactory condition of aiTuir.s, it shown a good healthy growth. Bi?li ;viug in raising feed, instead of buying it Carl Eklun 1, has jus. uompL'ted a reservoir 011 his farm 1 mile north of town which will irrigate nbout 1030 aens of land, this is a move in the right direction, whether irrigation is needed here or 'not, Mr. Eklund is only t.king advantage of what nature haa put in his way. 1 A number of people from this place attended tho dance given at Joa Ilerestciu's place on the Scenccn last Saturday night. All report a most enjoyable time. , . . m 1,. 11 ' (luaiiiuy troni one uonars worm gt . ; j.1 ; '? ' . - f 1. 1 . 1' un. kji course mis is suiciviy 1 mi it 1 caxu price, ilianiung you lur your past favors and Soliciting your future patronage ''We iirc yours for business. Clayton Coal Co. Phono 72" W. C. Poricr, Prop. ClaytD Meat Market "'.) Fresh and Salt Meats. Choice Fruits and Vegetables . . Always in Stock. Phone No 33 CLAYTON. N. M. l Theinatrurnl ball at the Clayton Opera HouBe Saturday night, was well attended. Oil And Coal.. Indications of oil are shown in many . localities, were tuere no surface indications, tho presence of such large bodies of coal would bo to many minds a guarantee of more or less coal ami gas. The present search for artesian water will be the means of developing the oil interest. Owing to the vast deposits of coal, the discovery o! oil Mill not mean so much to New Mexico as to n state destitute of other fu.l resources what these great coal fields mean to New Mexico when the vast iron deposits of Texas shall be opened up and her own mining and manufacturing interests developed, cm be readily seen, New Mexico will become the Pennsylvania of the Southwest With coal suflicimit to supply tho f uniaces of a coutinent. with iron and copper and oil for her own industries, and a mnrket ns wide us the Soul west, it would seem that capital will not long hesitate before th propositions offered, Bargains in Real Estate, a. r IM acrt nil nnilnr fonce, nts'i 11 iw tlnr mivurmi'iit Iniicl. S wind mill, nlmiri HUCflof living vntiiK Homo tlmhiT, itiUkI tw tiKim Iuiuhu, iiihmI corr.iU mi'l licl. 3C1I h:-- hori f inl bruil cat. lij hond uf hr oJ. 2 mili from t(iwn ami rchocil. I'rico .? 10.oxt.00 ""o. 2 12) .iriM doo.lnj Inivl, and ncliool cv l(ii l"'nsi.d. nil imdur uno fonro. 5 nxim nc h-iusc i.iTiluiiii'lit ncr, "01 nmd of well r4 vd cattle, J hmid nf cm I hnro. ull f,.r ir,l l X. 4 411 acrn. 1 c!iikI nvction leased, a' nmlt.r riipii it . I Iiok" mid xv.itnr. wimlinill 0(1 head of calUc, 'I L.uru.s, liUj lacn.iu luad Prioo SW.(M o, ."i lacr, ff'ind fnrmlau Intid all nndn' diUdi, (fi-d Imuioand fonco. Prica S VAW .W 6 03(1 acroa ilnoded laud 10 oeraf in alfulfu i lidding 3 Iouh pur nrru, kikkI kne a d enrrn 4) iiond of extra koihI onltln. Pricii Srj.lVM .: No. 7 '.Kl acres doudod laud, can cut 2011 tour or alfalfa pur year, Kood Htonn houso of 3 nom; tno Kaenii vliml, 5 r-imi.1 ci rrals, (lit.lt oi place, alt fuueud with 1 ,virds, irNti wul. plcut 4 wtiU-r. i'licv t U.V) per uoro. Xo, i I lot in Ft. Worth Toias Iu 1 blid o. car line, liricoiam.io No, 9 Jlofol, 10 rooms furnilml in a tlirivini Ijttlo town in Olclaiioifia, - !oU, 1'iicu Xo, 10 Hotel of '13 nw, all furnished. 2 blk from I', 0, iu ouu of tint best towns iu tlie l'-iilmudlo of Texa., A unnp, Price S SUdU.Hl ,'o, 11 IK) acros (. 1 furininir land, croek run thmuir i tliu piac, all f juccd, ciow to 1U rra'OviUU.U) Clayton Seal Kvtatii Lio Stock ami Coinniif viou Co. Claytou. N.AI. CHURCH NOTICES. BiitK'fjora Corner Saloon,- Josa L,. D-rcn, Prop. OBtbKIt IX X7 Wines, Liqaor3 fnd Cinrs Rmt&ti.-nt in Cnnctionf Free Corral For Aly Fjitons.. , CLAYTON -: - . NEW MJXICO ' Clav ton Beer & Ice Co. "4f AGENTS FOR- - . LEMP'S Kes and Bottled BEER . Manitou; Mineral AVater Ginger Clianip iifiie, Sotla Water, Dr. P.'por mid othr aoft drinks. . ' Q 200 ) lb. 11 .!. g!4 (:): KK0 11. l'ook. 27.50: BOH lb. Book U. S39 Us For Your Coal. . 0. W. COFFEE, Manager. Phone Orders to Central. ' ' " 9 TVv5r Rober tl,1 saacs Methodiat Kpiscopal. xurvicel Second and Third bui.day iu oadi uioutli iu 11 ouiouk A. M and 7.30 P. U. Hoi. Fruumii.i, Pntor. Suuduy .ciiotd vry mnduy at lu ,. il. I.ru. N. O, iVuitwortu. bupt, Christian Cliurch Serriccn Second and Fourth uudu- in oacii moaiU. .-xirvicoa ut 11 A. M. and".) I. M. lto. Cn'y. i'A'tor, Sunday ixlioot every tiuuday rt 10 .M. iito. Uicktttlr 6upt, Tim Spanish Mothodlot people worship in a nwa buiidiufuf tuoir otvu uvury buuduy ut e. jl, Ujv, A, K. Oviuialin, fu,ior, ' From the amount of vegetables shipped in to this ilace, it would pay to go into gardening. Homeseekcrs rates to- this see tio't on April 4th 18th. There will bo more farming done hero this spring than ever before. Come to Clayton nnd renew your wasted energies, even though , you do not inv.st. Good health is the best capital a man can have; we hare it. Sing a song of springtime, it is on the way. Soon the street pianoj will begin t. play. Then the hungry pjets jinjrde every day; eggs will then b.' cheap t fr tho h.'iis will lay. Hotel Arrivals Hotel tklund. - D- B. Hill Dal. hmt. F .L. Mattison, Tuenui cari, W. J. Hitson. Tucuineari, J. A. Whitinore, L"gnn. Ben A Ruff, St. Louis. O Shubet, Trinidud, CM. Donald Trinidad 11. G. Dye, Stratford Tex. " Jose podaca, Leon. Pnt Martinez, Folsom. North Blanks, Tex Chas. A. Spiess, LaB Vegas; S.B Davis Lns Vegas; V. Buchanan, Denver. M. C. Moachem, Tu cumcari; F A, Rnlly Roswell J. P. McCarthy, Cinn; II. A Hnyhes. Kenton; D. B. Wenger, Fols.)Qi;J. F. D.iugherty, Folsom; .Tee 15. Napier, F0I30111. F. L. Mo Hri.li, Trinidad; Stanl'.'y Mt-Ke!lor Veda; Synopsis of Statement of the Continental Insurance Co, of New YorK. Aot Liabilities C'apitul 6urpluii it..M.1,ir.j'S: l,(4l,lll.tl riio Mini that Attends to Your Wants. Eclipse and Pairbauli Win 1 M:U, C'. irt? O ik Stoves, th . best made; Painti, Oils and Vuruirih. Window' Glass , Putty, Wall Paper nil Alabtist ir, First ClasJ Tin S'jop in eon- nection. Galvanized Stock and Storage Tanks and Casing a Specialty. . CLAYTON NEW MEXICO. , TEKKITOUV OE'SEW MKXlLO Al lilTwK'S OH'ICH. INbUltANt li DKI'AIUMENT. CKltTlKIl.'ATB OF 1'UHLiCATlON. For tho year cndiiiir Pec-mbcr 31st, 101)., Ollice of Auditor f Public Accounti. Santa Fo. New Mexico, January Hint, IW. Il U'uereby certified, that tliu Coiitlnoulu Fim IiiHUrunco Company, a corporutiuu ormiu laed under tho law) of tho tatu of Now Yuri, wlio.o priucipal ollico in located in Sew York City, Now York, hn complied with ull tho ra ' quiremuntit of tha law of Now Mexico ki fur an the Maid luw.i aru applicublo to naid Com pany, for tho year of our Lord Olio 'Ihoutuud Mnoluudred und Five. In ttstlniony whereof I. W. O, Sargent. Auditor of Public Ac couuU for tho lerritorj of Xcw (Soal) Mexico, have hnretn net niy haud and utllxed my real of oflice, at tho city of SjnU Fe v the day and your first ubovo written, Sinned J W. Q. Sargent, Auditor of Fublic Accounti . Lai Lumber Q9 Ail, .ir mua Tha rebate system has such a held on the Republican party thnt a party organ, the New Mexicnn. is alv.ciiting rebates on taxes, This is accord ing to republicanism the rich man t the rebate, the poor juiu pay the t.ixes. Dealer in all kinds of Building Material Builders Hardware, Paints, Oils. &o. A Good Stock always on Hand. Clayton 4s- $ New Mexico. Frank Evans Imported niid JJomctic... WSriPC-'n'fBfl-.-I iminrc.-' BUDWEISER and LEMP'S BSE E. FINE CIGARS.