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vLAYT 1 . TV r a- ON 1 Vol. XVll. Dg voted to the Upbuilding of Cla.Ttoa, Union County. a.rJ. Country in G-onorai. Clayton, Union County, N. M .Friday, April 71905. No. 51. tit Clayton Enterprise Published Xirrrjr Kritlny. . l..W. I Pnliwr. Fjlltnr unit VtihHhir . ui;M:HipTiosHATia w.Y-r. ..:.. Ism tHx MMilhx 1 .. ADVEKTISlM) RTKM -)l known On Application. ' -.iH itlim ha tarn mfcUtn th Si-oind Ai nl P-ti.Urlnril t Witshhurton. H. ('. ti fc tn EMTfttTKlxir enturi-d ' 4H Pt Oftto In t'Ujtoo, N. M. a Sncnni) ir mitt jr. President Raoscvelt I Clayton K iitou road. The busi Will puss through Clayton some "fa nu n resttxuided libwrnlly ami time in the foreiuion of April Uth t3Inyttu eXjieet to hold the if the 'itinerary of tlu trip is onr- tnide from that part of I he county rie-l ont as now published. The slie had better win t it I hut then President will travel ly special is a lioj 1 i -.id ad tiie wyor tin train, in otn of the most nitimd-B id Koud that is coAiing a croa Woman uffrage is alright in tUw". o far as purifying (xlitics u rvja;oruud,notici3 how it works i 4 Colorado? ts iioiico th tt tliore li n boen 11 few (tenths from the heat in tin Kat lattt week, for an wen torn, jiertnro northeastern New Mexiec can't U lieat, We neither freezt to di-utli, tior u't 11 sun stroke. It giern to us that if some, o' the residents of the North Eas jmrt of onr couuty. would circular th nec usury petition they could liitfe ll'i.-il Free Delirery. As one lmu l.-et f unilies on a thirty-fivS mile route, entitles them to it. Town loyalty, says a valued ex iunge. demands not only a (lis x)stitioii and willingness to unite . with other citizens in a movement which promises to ln for the gen eral go.R hut also good words foi the town 111 season and out of seas mn. It demands a preference ol houm products, patronizing lionn linsinecs houses and home iustitn tons, (loins one individual eh-.n in maintaining and increasing the .'imty and hoalthfuluess of tlu iwn and, wherever possible. giv iul the'o.mthe preference above all uther communities. ' - ' From every state we hear th. rj-y ""Scarcity of timber" did yon ever stop to think that if the man that h id liomesteaded a quarter section of public land five year? ug and liad planted five acres ol it to timber, what it would Ix worth to" day? One acre of land will crow four hundred trees five acres would produce two thousand tntes, and by plauting a tr.e ad apte I to the soil, stop aud figure uu wliat an acre would be wortl fur femse posts alone. Black Lo cust is a well known post timber. Ii grows rapidly, is well adapted to bard, stiff, soil, and stands more drought than any other timber ned for posts, These properties iiia it very popular in many lutrts of tue west. 8t out au acre or two on some of your waste land it i4 a safe investment ficent trains ever seen in' this jart of the country. The train will consist of three curs, the firit f which is a composite car buvemy feet long, a bn;ai;e compartment twenty two feet long a barber n!:op bath room, smoking room, libary mid bufftit. Next is th.- pilvn'e car "Fonvst" si-veuty f' et lon. confaiuiny an ol).servaUon room and eitfUt sections of bi-rtlm. The Vresiditit'g juivate car is thi Kocket. a toiiiijartment ttcenw i l la four private slet'iiiny; com partmeutB, and a dJniuK r vni 1 ii le rear. The Prefiideiit will pfisi- irough here mi route from fcai: intoniu, Texas; to Colorado, on his hunting trip. New Marriage Law. An Act regarding 1 rriages. providing for uniform system of records therefor, and for other ptir poieB. H. B. No. 121). 1 he act nuikea u license rcoms ite before a marriage can be boI- mniz d in the T-.rritory. The icense is to be obtained from the probate clerk, bat parties residing more than ten miles from the county seat may maio application i'or license to any person authoriz ed to perform marriages who is to make no charge for secnritig such icense for the contracting couple. L'he persou who officiates at the marrjiige lunst require tuu pro- ductioti of the license before he an solemuixs the marriage mid nust iu addition satisiy himself ax 10 the legvd qualifications of the persons desiring to entitr into the Oiarriwl state. The person offiniat- ing must trurtify tha uiarriaga to the pmlxito clerk within ninty ays after the ceremony, who ahull cord it in a properly indexed marriage record book A fee of ne dollar is to b paid the probate clerk for issuing the liccse in id recording it. A copy of .this act is to le posted by the probate clerk of each county in at kast three conspicuous places in each preciu.t of the county. The aet ilso prescribes the form of license, brm of application and form of certificate. Violations of the law are punishable by a fine ob from $0 to $100 and imprisonment of rom ten to sixty days. The Legislature of each state and territory through which the V.&H. Ft Woith R R, passes huld civs tb so called "two roads" anything they ask for. in Bluipe of privileges, when a Rai Uoad corporation will donate the fcurvecs of their employes free 0! charge to haul, and guard the President's special, and theu wil not evun grant excursion rates for the citizens along the lina to at tend the Reunion for which the President is making the trip south to meat the members of his Rough Riders brigade, "the services of which had a great deal to do with placing the President where he is to day, is to suy the least, about as shabby. a treatment as was ever ac cordod the patrons of any road, and atooninc to at small a graft. Like the Commoner we wonder if Pres i-!cnt Roosovelt, can accept free rides from the corporations he says he is trying to subdue and be iu earnest in the matter. A number 0: , ih Rough Kiders were, in our town Wednesday and asked by win for rates, tnd received tha en couaring answer we can do nothing for you. Resolutions. Whereas, it has pleased the Su preme Ruler of the universe, in His all. wiss providence to remove from our midst our high'y respect ed and much Iwloved brother Barton M. Wherrit. We desire to express in part the sorrow that we deeply reel, do it tuerolore re. solved, that we extend our exp'es siou of sorrow and heart felt sym pathy, first of all to his brother Robert and tha immediate relatives in their sad bereavement; second ly, that we sympathize deeply with his homelode at Pleasant Hill. Mo., in their regret and grief ; third that his force among ns will be sadly missed. Bo it further resolved, that one copy of these resolutions be sent to Mr. Robert Whorritt, a seconci U the Lodge at Pleasant Hill M and a third be placed upon our re cords. Robert II. Dkan ) W. Humi Bbow Committee (J. L. Marsh ) ' W. T. Lumpkin, of the Cimar ron valley wis in town the first of the week circulating a petition for the purpose of raising money to build a wagon road up Road, Can yon as far as the IToward Ranch then up the South East side of the Canyon there to cpnnect with the iuT County, Okl.ilioim: and on to Trinidad Colo, is not a'pape road, mi l it Iwliovca tliu city to be stir itself. Mini.-is; Notes. The past wet-i has been a histo- j ry making cpjeli for two mining districts ot Northeastern Union County. TI10- wonderful coppv-i ileiioaits-of liie Cimarron river ami tributaries have at lust nlirnct'Xi tliu . LtenlioK tliey merit and it- it now the prediction of sclent fii geologists dud mineralogists tha havw been there, and mail.; a stud; of the formations, durim; the pas lew inonUs, that it is uistined t be one of the great niineial pro du..-iiig legions of the wo.ld. Am as iliij opinion comes unniiiiiious ly f Join iM.-ii taut have tpen'.. a lit. time in ihe study of inim iolog even the kkeptical. 11 re forced t give more than ordinary crcdenci to th results of the investigation; these men haw made. For ovei twenty years the surlnce rlnshes o. coppiM". g )Idand silver, tlutcau bi found in the plainly defi nnl miner al truck that conicsoiit of ('oloradt and enti:rs N.nv Mexico iu its N'orthenst corner, has attracted periodic&l attention fimn prospect ors but us they were men of mix I ( rate meaiis, and directed their in vest'gaiious in a prinii.ive v; and but little progrca. wan wvviv hy theui Miitil that wonderful w hi wind of human push and 1 ner darcu ft.itui' 1 cam ', saw atui con ... ii .- ... 1 " querHi. iievunnii ini msinc 1 111 tn.j -pioneer pvrio.i.ot picn n sliovl. when nil the capital the piosptM'tors had to invest, won'r :iar lly buy n free liuuui. lie now with eoinpiacency bp's capita; flowing into the country by the thousands, and the rapid cnlniiiia tioiiof all his former hopes i' linn, success. The Coronado Copjier Co. lint recently acquired extensi re inter ests in Peacock Canyon ami wil push development in a way t'la unlimited capital enables. Th Company is composed of men win seeni to have all the necessan qualities to make a success of any thi..g they might undertake. Nexi week wo will try to give a low further facts in regards to the nev Comp iny, that is not now at hand Dr. II, W. Queen of Alva O. T secretary of the Corona.lo Copper Co. lias been quite sick at Ale McK.-snzie's, for a fyw diys but hopes to be able to return lionn soon. Chas. ALavj' ilftorncv, elusion, New Moriico. Trrctice h ftr I tiled Siati s Tiand Ot'.iceaa -cin'tv. Fa ED MALM'S' Barber Shop, Located next door to levin's S; Laumli'v. ClavUni. N. M FAWCETJ' & DEAN, Dr. C. F. ickicv f Nysieicn and S .-r'con jQilic at MHiuoeu's D.-ug Sltn. VJiolcsalj s ml Rttail General Mercii .nts1, 3 sKOC500'.OCOOCOOO P II ON US Kin .1 ,1-.., 1 yton PRC Cimarron Notes Frank Forrest of Hak'rviHe has been dangerously sick for the past week but is slowly recovering un der the treatment of Dr. Lane oi Kenton. Alex McKenzie is baptising his 8haep this week at his ranch on Tuckalute according to practical rites and method. Jno. W. Foster, a memlier of the new Copper Co. has been detained by tha rain sevvral days longer than he wanted to stay but the an noyance was greatly abbreviated by the kind hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Alex McKenzie, Mr. Foster's home is in Wichita, Kansas. Several of our citizens are ab sent this week attending (o busi ness at the County Heat Mrs, W. E, Davis and Son Will. Mr. and Mrs. Wnt, Lumpkins and family are among the absent ones. Grass is coming fast, especialy in Flat-Head, Peacock, Like and Sheep-Pen Canyons and the cattle are begining an energetic harvest We are glad for them ax the past severe winter has been unusunly trying 011 their vitality. A 4 , ou: N.M. 4V1I.LIAM lil'.MK liROWN DENTIST; .( ?:.re i.l Pr. J. C. S!im k j)ii. .!. ('. SLAl'IC Poysiclw end Si-rcon Special Attention (lit'i-n to ea.s -.i of omen. ' C:.aytov.' - - - N. ?1. Cleaned. Pres ed. and Repaired, V.irro Carncs, Now Locate! Three Doors past of City Meat Market, has opened cr a "suit cub" ' Keeps your clothes in iirst class shape, W..T. EATON Attorney at L'iw Ci.aytov, . -' . OiMVii:i V, l':ASTr;:;.VO:m . A'tnniey iit Lwv Clayton-. . . . . N, f, O. T. TOOMIVS Attorney at LiV.v Clayton. N. M 3 o g9 I iH MIAMI Bfm n " fw 1 ..GENERAL Scalers lit 11 Where they SELL AT PRICES that rraka CISTCAlR: HAPPY and COMPITITCRS SAO. Wool. Hides. Pelts, Catties and Sheep Dry Goods and No tions. Up.to-Bate millinery and Dress fitaKing Department, Orders Caken Tor Cadies, misses and Gents CaiioMllade Suit .', Wafting and Dress SKirts. STERLING READY-TO-WEAR LOTHING. RGELOFS HATS AND PETER'S SHOES. Pay Less; Dress Better v 1. I - V 1.