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PERSONAL MENTION. W. C. Dunlap, of tins place : for Las Vegas last Saturday. D. K, Lord, of Tcjlino yas n visitor in our town last Monday. Mrs. Frank Evans, cume in Monday night from Alvorneo, Tex. C. H. Swatzel, Trinidad, was resristered at the Eklund, Tuesday. Miss Helen Gjldorsleerc, has been slightly indisposed this wevk. TelesferoCasndos. os the Tram penis, was in town the. first of tin week. ft H. ITaijjht nil I wife f A ma ' 'fillo. Texas, was visitimj our city jhe first of the week. E. H. Baksr and SWe Mitchel. of Folsom were in town on busi iiess this wtjk. The Clayton Coal Co. always ready to make prompt delivery of coal. Denver Bog?s. Dr. Qneen and J. M. Foster, of the new mining camp in Penccck canyon, were call ers at our offtee, Wednesday. Miss Ida Djnton. of Hartley, Texas; who has just closed a very successful term of school in the northeastern part of this county. accompanied ly Miss Grace Jones ouo of her pupils, have leeu visit ing Miss Denton's uncle, Prof, ssor Carnes. Clarencn D.'nton her brother, is also here visiting hU relatives. EooOrfefs. Whon in need of hay call tip (he Clayton Coal Co. they have Louis Keper. left for Kmisasfgood hay, at the riht price, Office ,City tlio first of the week for me I ical attention. Miss Rita Massey 6f Pueblo. Colo., is hero visiting her aunt Mrs. Pas alverde. L Clauiw Giles, passed through; here Wednesday, on his way from .Trinidal Mr-and Mrs. W. T. Lumpkin of the Ciuinrrou valley spent a few days in our town this week. D.vo Hadden and Tom (tiles, of thuRiver country were in town Wednesday after supplies. John 'nd Ike Liktf, of Valley. New Mexico, were here attending .Commissioners Court this week. Mrs. Ilicklin, of Tliierfauo. Col., is viiiting Mrs. Fred Burch, at this place. District Attorney Lahey, of R.i ton; was a visitor in our city this week. v W. S. Potter, proprietor of the Halfway House, lietwecn Clayton and Kenton, is in the city. To 1 and Law. of the Cross L Branch were registered at the Hotel Eklund last Tuesday. Mrs. Thos. Duncan of the Cim. arron valley, wns visiting her Bro- ther J. C, Melton and family of of this city, this week" Ricardo Gonzales of CInphnin culled on us the first of the week, and left an order for some, job work. Mr. M. J. Hammond, returnee homo sooner than expected on ac count of the serious illness of Mr, .Samuel Horn Jose B, Gonzales Justice o Pence at Claphuin, was attending Commissioners Court here Mon duy. John Stinson. of t ho cattle firm of StitiBJii and Herriu of Colorado passod through hera Saturday en route to the ranch. Mrs. W. E. Davis and Son J.W were her Monday attunding to sonv) busmoss ln-fore the probat court. Leandro Vigil, ex-nssessor of I'nion County, now a merchant of Biioyeros waft in attendance at the commissioners court this week. at the Livery Barn He who from toll would rest. mustjwork. save, invest and live on Interest. We make a specialty of giving flrvu. II .1.. . . il. ...... i I wuuu ins iu me ion, vi.iyioii Company. Howell Earnest has purchased Dr. North's interest in the Clay ton Drug Store. The transfer was made April 1st. , For Pretty shoe ,loik in at the Union Commirjial Co's shoe department. Mr. and Mrs, Chas Schleter en tertuinud a few of their young peo ple, friends Wednesday evening. Say! 'Eister' is coining, hut the Easter hats have already nr rived at the Union Commercial Co's Millinery Department. I Good uplati I prairie hay at th. Clayton Coal Co. Office -it the Livery Bam. Vnrro Carnes gate a social at the honu of his father Tuesday eve in honor of Mr. Clarence and Miss la Denton vho nre paying a few lays visit to the Professor. Tin affair was a complete success. An elegant lundi was served .nd th" tirst class music furnished by tV. Clayton Orchestra made the "Okl Hill" ring with invrrini-mte. Now that warm weather is here try our nut coal fur a quick fire, it can not be beat. Clayton Coal Co Af.woftln niiny friends of Judge and Mrs. Toombs, surprised chein at their home on last Satur lay evening; to say that it was surprise is needless. Their friends oame trooping in nlioiit bed titm with a nice assorted luncheon, in formal the luilge they wi re in eyidence. and proceed .-d to demon strntc to the whole family that they were more than welcome back to Clayton. Mr Carl Eklund is hnving plans and specifications drawn, for a third story to the Hotel, Eklntid. The Clayton Lawn Tennis Club. Any pnrties desiring to join al)cve will please i.oinnuiniente with the Secretary ct Treasurer. A. E. Christie. The proceedings of the Cornty CoUjiudssoners will le giwii, in full, in outMiext issue. Mrs. IIT Il;rrcn. who has spent the waiter in California, re. tnrned to her home vat this place Wednesday night. John Woolford. our efficient trensnrer and exofficio collector, is looking quite" sharply after th. wonl.lbe tax dodger, with goou results. MrsCjpMid-r left .We.laeli night for San Antonio to-visii children and other relativeo. Clayton 'may become 'fatiiouc yet if J. ,? Falun's iuciibati r proves successful, lie hns a hen setting in his heating s ovc. con seqnently hisofiiee is a little ch lly. The last will ami 'estaiuent of William E. Davis, deceased was probated on the 4th. of April at SI o'clock r. M. J. Clatidif Martinez, who is a profrssorof five diff.-rcnt la-uuag-es is getting up u large class in the Spafiish language, anil it is thought he will hold' a special meeting of the class "cine tini. next week. A fair size audience linened to J. Frank Fonchu's rendition of dif- fi-rent authors last night. That he is an artist goes without saying. The Jolly Eight will give n dance at the Eklmiil Hall to mor. row night, everybody invited, T'.iebily -f iht man Romds th it vas drowned in the Cimarron River last September, was found a f.w ilayp ago by Dee Record, on the D. C. Johnson Ranch. nlotil E SANEFOItD. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Plans afil Spejifica tlons funiished for all kin la of work. Country work solic ited. :; :: lhc Clay ten -; iiLiveyyy Feed HIM Hill Ml lllllIIIIIHn"n,,T tl l-.ttw mt CLAYTON N ,j 1 Tile CLAYTON REAL' ESI ATE. LIVESTOCK & COMMISSION CO AND Good Jvig.j and Careful Drivers. Pro-:!elor. Catth.' ami Sheep fur nisheil in any quantity on short notice. P. 0. Box .". CLAYTON. N. M. J'Ved Yard and Cam- House ;'i. CVu ,t:cn. Hay and Grain Alvayon Hand . Phone No. 35 CLAYTON, -N. M. For the Best-- V. c. 25c. Meal In Town Go to MRS. C. B. I Porter, iVop, Clay Id -a f'l.a!i'(.riJ(. ALrORD'S RESTAURANT. Ronrd by tlie Day or WeeL CLAYTON. N. M, a Fresh and Salt Mf .ts.' 1 -1 , 1 1 ' a Choice Fruity JUST OPENED, Zhi Clay!5a Cat?, Meals ai.cl Lurches at ell hours, DAY AND NIGMT. bo ly hid only w.islied about one, mile below where he was drowned Bread, Pastry, Vegetables, rru'.t, and was in a remarkably good state j flams and Bacon. of preservation, tlu clothing still ' ' ' . f. " , . being on the body. - ... Phone No 33 '.-ftBlllllMMIHUM.,.'Ml11TI1Mr .nd Vegot tables Always in Stock CLAYTON. N. M u twenty mill's above Iv-aton, tin- .BS" on Corner Saloon.!?. , . ,(( Jose L. Duran, Prep. - -'HLKK IX Wines, Li5IovH and igfars Rostjtarnt in Connection, rreo Corral Fo,- .ly Pat.'onn. CLAYTON . . . NEY.'MilXICO T'C? TDT A Ml? IO X iJi-VJ-J. lilONE NO. 7.1 Notice. Every one interested in Stock droving in Union County ar cor dially invited to be pn sent and live their snpiKirt to the un etin of tin! present stoi k growers mrkic ialion on the 2Sth.of this month at Clayton, at 7 p.m. for the pnrp -se of reorganization of the present association diid whatever other mntteisuf interi st tl at may coive before the ineetini.'. the call is by. ! Cuius Otto Fi ancisco M ir.ua Ciiuiiuian ecret.ry Wanted. A hustler to take agency for the l.l VTSTIil.r. WWTIMVf mil. Vhine on the marKet. A snap for;1,.mUli(..(i tlirmui,,. ,., U1U the ritiht person. Typewriter Exchaime. Clavton Beer & Ice Co . No. 37ia. ltEl'0'.tT t,V COXDlTKlN OF The First National Bank at clavton, In tiic territory ol Slew W.cxlco, I At Tiiiii i.i)i,i;oK M HiM.itK. i.i;i-ii II, llri. itnsorncns. dollaps. Liiau. nr.il ilisruurlt--. . IJi.vil.H Ovi-r.lruf, siciiiikI iinil um-i-ciimiiI .. I,17i'.1."i '.). S. It., mis M M-iur. i-iri'iiliiliiiii ... ,M).i,.ll, V. S lliiiuls 10 wiMiri! I', a Hi-ixi-it- M-i.UJ IK' I'. S IiimkU mi liaml i.cWUi :, i.k! .', IC LCMP'S Manilou. Mineral Dr. m. ji. 4X)K, was in irom his ranch iu the South part of th county the first qf tho week, lie says tiling are looking line down his way. Mrs. Dr. Morgan ami daughter Florence, of Folsom, were visiting Mrs. Buck Miller, at this place tho first of the wetk. Alex McRan und Arthur Row lings of Denver, arrived iu Clay, on last Wednesday to put up the machinery that is coining for the Sater Copper Company. J. E. Curren, th Veteran Edit or formerly of this place but now 1 oca tod at Tuoumcari New Mexico gave us a plaasan't call the first of tho week. Mr Curren is thn Pioueer Editor of the Southwest and is now editing and publishing the Actual Scttlsr at Tucutncari, he still has large interests in our town and always has a good word for this place. Garcia-Romero At tha M. E. Church, last Mon dny night at eight o'clock cheimir- riage of Vicente Garcia and Oliv lima nomero. vas noiemmzeu, ju-v. A. C. (jonzales officiating, The it room is me non ot ii. t. uarcia one of the most sulmtantial citizens wf our county and the sou has all the splendid characteristics of the fatlu-r. The bride is the daughter of Rev. Lonndro Romero and wife of Logan, this coviuty, and is a most estimable and refined young ludy. The ceremony as pronounc edly Rev. Genvules was beautiful and earnost and impressed every one present. After the ceremony, a reception was given them at the re sidence of Saturnino Finrad. The Enterprise joins their hosts of friends iu well wishes. Kl Paso, Texas. Notice. T have some real .bargains in Bradley Plows, and for cash with ,72 -.a '.MO : ' ui.ht ri-ai ir.'.iiii- uv.iit' Dii;t f'-.iiii N.iliniuil Uaiik.- 'lint n.s. i-H' :iit lit-1 4.H.V.7 , Jinn frnin itai'r.ivi ,1 ri .i rn ui;i-iiik .iU.-lftili ! iNuU:.- ul , lifr .Sntio.uil l,.mks TSi li Krai'.iuual iiiilT ciirri-ue. , uiiki'is uml emits 1US lli Litwftil inniioy ri'Mi-ru in litiuk, 'u: hnc,i ii,jji.i j 1 . T ...III 1 r. L l i l.l'Klll tl'ltlllT IIOU'S ) orier i wm ueuyer iiiein m you at ,,,.,,, iim ,uml wllll u Tri'11-.iiri-f the Clayton depot: there is no bet- i- i"" "' ,,f ciriiiiutiinii ter plow made than Bradley. I Total 12 inch wood Ir'iuii Bradli v Plowi -,in ' I I.IAniLlTIUS. t apiuil sinrk uml in 11 inch steel beam Bradley Plow Suniiiw rumi. . . ' Ut St) ()0 ' i l'uliiilril irnlils, U i-ii i-n-i-i i unci IhXi'h imiil .. . 10 llicll V.ood beam Bradley Plow Natimml Hank iint. H cuttmulim; .... lit $1"' 50 ! Kin-to oiIiit Nutioiiiil liauki. t , iiii ' ) iitcuilM unpaid lfuiicH.J wheel Bradley Redding lu.iivi.iiui ii,iK.it-. MiiiKt imiink Sulkey plow at S2!l.' 0 !Timr .rtinct ..f N.it ' j l niti'il ,stato iIimmisiu Steel frame one hwrse corn drill, Sm.s ami bills rniiio.iuiiu-.i Tnlal Af-JENTS - FOR Keg and. Bottled BEEU Water (Singer Ohaininirne. Sod,t W.iter. rep -r an I otii r s.)ft drinks. C E 'h ":il":: 100 "' H"k, v7 5': 11, P.k J4. S33 Us Fcr Ycur Coal. O. V. COFFEE, Manager. Phone ();ders to Central. - Robert Wn Isaacs Tli o M.ni tlijit Attends; to Your Wants. liOM.AUS. ,:iTi,(m.mi :,;iii.iii Eclips- and Fairbanli W,n I Mills, Cii.-rtjr 0 ik SVj.'es. th ? made; Paints, Oils and Varnish. Window Olasj . .Putty. Paper anl Alaluster, Fir bu'dt ' irst u.asj i i:i .S.io:) in con. lieetlcll. ;ood for cane $7,50 Bradley Riding Cultavor 1 shovels , of N' w I, I. W K i a us, cusl They may tell you I can't, but I will, mid you know Bradley goods are all right. A, W. Tanner. Kenton, Okln. Alex Wilson, Real Estate. See him for Ranches. Relinquish, meats Government Locations and City Property. Correspondence Solicited. Office with J. V, Eaton. Notice : Dr. Albert J. Caldwell, whose practice is limited to tho Eye, Ear, Francisco Miera, a merchant of ,Nse Throat, will bo in Clay. Been ham was a caller at our office iton April 21st and 22nd at the this week. I office of Dr. J. C. Slack. . 4 147 ..Vi.KO Ul .. Mil mr SLMiv V T, tit lt.ltr IS Sl.IlM Ul 3.l24.'i;. w,vw u xu n. Cmillty (if I'uiiiil, s: cushior of tliu ubm-i' iiainifd bank, do wili'innly n-fur tiuil tho nbiivu mate- niwit in truii ti tl Ix'kl n( my l.miuliHti;i mid bolii'f. J. W KvaNi., Ousliii-r. I'lirri-ct AttnH: II J llAMUOND j W S L.vrKKy J Diri3i-tin-s. S. K WHirwuHTH ) Kuliscrilmd and Kuoru tn Ix-foni nn tills 'Jdlli (liiy if March, lWi, V. S. Mi Namaka. Nii.ar)- Public. Galvanizocl Stock and Stora?:3 and Casing a Specialty. CLAYTON - - - NEW .MEXICO. ranks MOREIvENTON PRICES. 3 in. Peter schuttler wagon 11161111. I.. in brake $85.00 tfin New Teffin Wagon lnountain brakn $0.00 3iii,whitn oak wagon mountain brake $72.50 For gootliiote 8 per cent interest these pricHR on six months time, or for cash with order you take off $3.50 oiT each wagon. My buggies arc just such bargains. A. W. Tanner. Kenton, Okla. lard Dealer in all kinds of Building Material Builder's Hardware, Paints, Oils. &c. A Good Stock always on Hand Clayton - 4 New Mexico; Frank Evans ..Imported and Domestic 90 Wines and Liquors BUDWEISER and LEAP'S B E E R FINE CIGARS. -V 1 1 I .