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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 January 1915

i 1 1 IE y ' r-v ex MEWS DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. Volume VIII Clayton, New Mexico, Saturday, January 2. 1915 Fe, I I 11"-' VP Y Sudan Grass For thirty-five year the farmers on the dry lands of the Southwest have been looking for a plant that could be depended on every year, dry or wet, for matting Rood hay. They found it in Sudan grasa that has txen grown fin the dry landi in the Panhandle of Texas lor six years. In the dries jearr it ha yielded a tun of bay per ai re and in Rood .tears four cuttings of hay in a single season, oue ton an acre at each cut ting. On the dry lands of Co!nrado nfid New Mtxico it has given good yields up to altitudes of 5,500 feet. It western Oklahoma and western Kansas the returns have been as tali-factory as in Texas. Sudan grass should he planted in owe thirty to thirty-six inches apart, dropping single setds six to eight inche apart in the row. It should he given shallow cultivation until it sha...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 January 1915

Commissioners Proceedings Snerial SfsMnn of the Board of Count Commissioners, held Decem ber 11th, 1014 The board met at 2 o'clock p. rn , there being present the Hon. Siitoiiie Garcia, Chairman; T. S. Snyder, Member; Juan J. Duran, Clerk. J The object of this meeting in fur Vhe purpose of UsuinK a proclamation I'f Election fur Justice and ('onata ble election. F.i.rcTioN Proclamation ' The Hoard of Countv Commission er of Union County, New Mexico, in pursuance with the requirements of Section One, Chapter 105 of the Laws i f I POil, hereby trivet public notice and proclaims, that there will l)f an election held in the laid cndii tv on the 2nd Monday in January, 1915, he same being the 11th day of January, a' which election there wi'l be elected in each precinct ol Union countv one Justice of the 1'eace and one Constable to serve for the eriod of two years from firt.1 day of F-brury, lfIS. Notice is further given that the places wlyre the election is to be held in each precinct in s...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 January 1915

LOCALS O PEP.SÍKALS John Ives of Des Moines, attended business in the county seat I burs Ihv. Mri. Ilaltie Carpenter of near "uy, attended to business in the. oily lilis wck. J. D. Johnson am son. Merle, of boinas, nere business visitors in the city Thursday.. . J. II. Killiurn and family of near Mt. Dora, spent New YrHr's day in the oily the guests of relatives Mrs. Walter Johnson is reported seriously ill. Relatives were sum moned Friday, hut it is now believed that she will recover. Jacolw Pacheco ot near Atencio, spent several days in the city t It if week trading and looking alter busi ness. J. W. Thomiison of the Ciuy coin ihborhood, was a business visitor in (he coun'y seat Tuesday and Wed .esday. LADIES We invite you to in spect our line. i II riñon y Tmlei .Articles. None better. The Itexall Store, City Drug; Store. Tim Vigil of near Bueye res, our old Iriend ot" drug stote luiie, spent I lie week in the cuy looking alter husiuet-s and having a good time. And Tim knows how ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 January 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS DFFIC1AU PAPER OF UNION COUNTY SUTHERS It DURAN. Proprietors Cha. Sume!, Editor ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Cntand M Second Claas MfttUr Oetobar lta t ttM Poet Oflkw M Clayton. N. M.. "im the Act of Mrch 3rd. 1879. . SATURDAY, JANUARY 2. 1915 Write that Letter Show the repudiated outfit where to get in or Ret on." Tell them what you think of them and their tac tics. Let them know that it is not an easy tnter to trample on the rights of voters and free American citizens. Let them know if you think clear and decided majorities entitle Smith and Miera to."leg. lative positions," and your opin inn of the evident organized at tempt to purloin" the sane. Ex press your sentiments and help the honest legislators-elect in the com ing fight against the domineering bosses and a desperate state ma chine. Perform your duty as a citizen. Write a letter for publica tion to the Clayton News, Clayton, N. M. Our next issue will be a warm number furnish a little of the. "pep.". Hurrv 1 "Don't...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 January 1915

into bin plana. Apportionment 1 Union County School Fund I, II. II-. Eirctt, Superintendent f School iii and for Union county. New Mexico, hereby certify that I hve duly apportioned the General S -hool Fund of Union County on (it the thirtieth day of DecemKer, I 'J 1 4. The amoent apportioned hi Four Thousand Seven Hundred Ktnctv-tbree and no-100 Dollar, ( 14,793. 00). The number ofieho liatica in aaid county it 4973. The wte per capita ia $1.00, which it p- p irtioned to the various district a Ho.: District Amount ' Scholastic 1 594.00 394 2 60.00 60 3 269.00 269 4 ' 34.00 34 5 101. 101 6 M.00 65 7 55.00 55 S 84.00 84 0 64.00 64 10 . ÍÍ.0O Si 11 70.00 70 12 65.00 65 IS 48.00 48 . 14 59.00 59 15 101. 00 lOt 16 68.00 98 17 90.00 80 IS 17.00 17 19 40.00 40 20) 55.00 55 21 71. 00 71 22 874.00 274 2 95.00 . 95 24 . 7S.00 73 2 S9.00 39 2tS 17.00 17 27 50 00 50 2 15 00 15 29 44. 0O 44 JO , 33.00 83 31 72.00 72 S2 25 OO 25 - SS 31. OO 81 J 15.00 15 . 35 59.0O 59 1 36 60 OO 60 3T 35.00 35 J...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 January 1915

1 flíl'S FEATS QDST THRUIIG Deeds of Valor as Told In the News Dispatches From the Front EKCTEXANT W. PKVTO.N. an of ficer of tbe South PtnflordHhlre f regiment, who waa wounded la the I in I tic of Hie Álxne. near Solnnonn. bna written u letter to a Trlend describing the fighting nt Hun place and telling n story of Hie pluck of a Uritlsh uvl.;V r Tin- letter xnys: "It wuh a iMiltle of artillery Tbe constant racket of nun hiuc gun merg ed In tbe almost xieud.v roar of quick fir era and Held pices "Suddenly from I be sky a itrltlsb avlHtor dixipiN'd down on us. High In air, bis aeroplune. xtruck by shrapnel. Wus ncurly wrecked. One wing waa badly turn The rf orated frame work, cracking and twixting. coui ttieuced lu come apart. Wabbling and lurching, the Hying machine, like a wound"d bird, tluttered forwiird. "The engine wan uninjured, but the biplane, almost refusing to be steered because of the dnmnge done to th ported by aerial scouts before their ,nt colonel lu a Verxalllee troop...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 January 1915

Attention, Homesteaders AA hral edvertteing In thli paper ta read) and rwreeted according ta copy. Read wur ad and it aterro ' found, Kowavr alight, notify im at once. NOTICE Or CONTEST. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office ai Clayton, N. M. Our test 54.(4 Dec 2, 1914 To J. Harl!n Thomas of Trinidad, Cdjindo, contenlee: Kou are hereby notified that Grover t'. lohiiRon who given Kenton, Okla.,a his pootoffice uddress, did on Pec. 1, 11114, file in this of ice hia duty corro btted application to contest and secure llie Caiicellntiou of y ur homestead en try, seriiil no. 01182 made Augum 5th, 1910, for iwl-4 section IS and nwl-4 section 19, towni-hip 29 1, rang S7e, N M P Maridia i and as grounds for hi contest he alleges that J. Hn-Iin Tíinne hs wholly aban loned the said tract of land for more than two years lHt pant and next prior' ti the date nf thi affidavit if contest, tlia- entryman has failed to cultivate and impove suid land a required by law end that said !ehiulis si...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 January 1915

SIMON HERZSTEI Store for Women&Clrlo Pi Store for Men 6c Doyo , Clayton'o Only Reody-to-Weor Store FIRST MONDAY WEEK SALE First Monday from nov on will be the Bargain Day at our store. Every article advertised for that week is cheaper than you can buy the same goods for ANYWHERE. We mean it. Vioro than 33k Reduction on Items on Sale Lot No. 1 Boys' Overcoats Take Your Choice ot any Boys' Overcoat in lot number 1. Values, regular price up to $3.75 $1.75 Lot No. 2 Boys' Overcoats Take Your Choice of any Boys Overcoat in lot number 2, values regular prices up to $6.00 $2.95 Lot No. 8 Mens' Overcoats Take your choice of any Man's Overcoat in lot number 8, values regular prices up to $10 $5.00 Lot No. 4 Boys' Wool Union Suits Take your choice of any size in lot number 4, Regular price $1.25 and worth it 75c CLOTHING SALE For One Week Only 310 and 312.50 ' BENS' SUITS CHOICE - - - $6.75 Lot No. 5 Childrens' Sweater Coats All Wool for either girls or boys. Regular Price $2.95 each $1.5...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 9 January 1915

N LTTAf in 11 VV DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OE GOOD CITlZENSntP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. Volume VIII Clayton, New Mexico, Saturday, January 9. 1915 No. 2 A ON II Mind Our Business Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 8. Pres ident Wilson today defended the policies of his administration before it large crowd of people which filled Tnmlin'on hull here. The president's ((dress was preceded by the dinning ..f "We Take Our Hats Off to You. Mr. Wilson." The president began his speech by declaring that be believed the peo ile of the country should keep tlieir minds on their own affairs rather l hmi much on Europe. The president said he admired An drew Jackson fnrhis fighting abili iiés. lie said the trouble with the republican party was that it "'hai not had a new Idea for thirty jears " "Every time the country really wants something new. i returns the democratic party to- power. Most advice taken by the republican party comes from the grandfather. "I am tired of staling in Wash ington, say...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 9 January 1915

I II SO THE OPPONENTS OF HONESTY AND RIGHTS OF THE PEÓPLEIIAY KÍÍOW Why an Election? Haydcn, N. M., Jan. 1,1915 Editor C In) Ion Newt Sir: 1 have been watching the legisla tive contest with much interest and concern at to the outcome. It would seem that - the republic an! take the petition' that if they cannot be elected by the people, they (the gang rule class) intend to eat their men anyway. Surb politics as this is partly what is the matter with our state and county at present. I ato well aware that each old party tries to lay it . to the otber, but that is verv tbin when' we have J been under republican rule for the last sixteen years. The gang at Santa Fe is dying hard, also at our county scat. I doubt very much if one good, true, loyal citizen can be found in this county, who will go unaided and swear that fraud ws practised any place in the county in the last elec tion. It certainly does not appeal to the average citnen to have represent tivrs in our legislative halls who hav...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 9 January 1915

Ja I X F.d Jeter af near Snliin, trnáej in town Wednesday, While herehe callrd and 'ad his name ad liedlo the Nrn. large list a,t that fi. L. Fletcher of the Grandvlew rfVighborhood on the Seneca, attend d to business In theci'y Wednesda). Hereafter he will read The News regularly. R. M. Sloan of south of town, wat here Friday and squared hi tulm i ripdon account for anothe r year. E. F, S.mdrr of nrar lone, 11 a btisiiiexa visitor in the rity Wedoes (Uy and Thursday. Don Francisco C. de Baca of the south part of the county, spent neve ra! data in the county sent this week. Candelario Vigil, one of the legi-lati-e contestants, left Friday even ing. f-r Santa Fe where he will seek to convince the legtiJafure that a man deleated ly 184 votes should occupy t he (seat, of a man elected by thf Kime number Report cf the condi'.ion of the Union County Trust and . Savings Association cf (Hay tn, New Mexico At Close of Business Dec. SI, I1I4 RESOURCES Loans and discounts (a) Sec'd lv R l F.t...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 9 January 1915

sabéis aud bavonels aic nul lli. THE CLAYTON NEWS 1FF1CIA!. PAPER OF UNION COUNTY "When we're beginning to hear about avils they are moie likely to . lia be going than coming. In pes si m ism there can be notl.-tig but SUTHERS h DURAN. Proprietor Cha. SuTmirs, Editor -WO Ti IfO ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Itmd M Kmnd Om Mattw Octoba ltk tt tttt Pot OffVM at Carton. M. M the Act of March 3rd. 1879. SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1915 The Last Word Hon. G. C. Smith, representa tive elect, left Friday evening for Santa Fe. Just before boarding the train Mr. Smith said: "I don't know how long I will stay in Santa Fe, ' It is hard to believe that a legally elected representa tive of the people will be uncere moniously kicked out of the peo ple's law making body. I expect to fight the people's battle in the legislature, and if I am unjustly expelled from that body, as some men credited with more political acumen than honesty, have assur ed me that I will be, I will consid er it a gi eater crime against the...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 9 January 1915

t y ' , i K 1 vi A Attention, HomestraJrrx All legal advertising In this paper la read end orrected axoordtng to copy. Rnri your ad and if in erro found, however slight, notify ua at NOTICE OF CONTENT. )epartment of the Interior, U. 8. Land . ' Office a! Clayton, N. M. Curten! tm Dec 2, 1914 To J. HnrKn Thornns of Trinidad, Colorado, contetfe: You are hereby notified that Grover '. loliiicoii who gives Kenton, 0kla.,8 liin poistoffice Hddre8, did oi Dec. I, 1114, file in this of ice his duly corro btted application to contest and secure the cancellation of y ur homestead en try, serinl tin. 0I18H2 made August !Sth, 1910, for 'sw 1-4 section 18 and nwl-4 section 19, township 29 l, rang 37e, M M P Maridian and as grounds for his contest he allege mat J. Hailin T.mntthas wholly abandoned the s. d tract of land for more than two years last pant and next pr or to the date nf this Affidavit of contest, tlia' entrynisn h:is failed to cultivate and imp ove said land a' required by law end t...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 9 January 1915

V Í1 Store for Women&Clrls SIMON HERZSTE1N Clayton's Orily Ready-to-Wear Store A. Store for men & Boyo Vr W y y (MP The American Farmer Must Feed The .Vorld i ' Do you realize that the farmer is about the only man in this entire world that will benefit by the war in Europe? That beef has gone up? That pcik has gene up?, ILat wheat has gone up? That corn has gone up. That everything he grows has gone up? There are waiting nations for all he can produce. Your German, French and Russian farmer is carrying a bayonet now Í iHll.lt, II I.UIHI li Our January Clearance Sales Mow On MEN'S WOOL SHIRTS Now reduced 50c in the better grades $1.H.. Wool Shirts now $1.00 2.50 Wool Shirts now 2.00 3.50 Wool Shirts now 2.50 They're the Signal Brand MENS' FINE DRESS SHIRTS See "em" in the window and take your choice for only 75c They look as good as any $1.25 Shirts in this town. They'll bear close inspection. They're made coat style. MEN'S SOCKS 3 pairs for only l5c Medium weight, black or t...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 January 1915

i Tt A T 1.1 fe V V w DEVOTED TO 7VA. INTERESTS OF GOOD LTlZENStifP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMhfUNlTY. ;5 f o!um VIII Clayton, New Mexico, Saturday, January 16. 1915 No. 3 THU CLAYTON 1 V ''-V M'Donald Favors Tax Com mission Sunt Fe. N. M . Ian. 13 -Governor W. C. MrDoniild's message totbe.N'ew Mexico tule legislature, which was rend at a joint! session of I he house and . senate this morning, s listened to with the closest at tention and was liberally applauded by ReDublican and Democratic mem bers alike and by the Wife crowd which taxed the capacity of the in. use of representatives. Following the reading both houses adjourned until 10 o'clock Thursday morning. The recommendation for the sub mission of costitutional amendment providing for the initiative and re terendum "on a fir basis" came as something of surprise, since the go vernor has hitherto been regarded as something of a conservative and op posed to the more radical innovations in the sysl-in of lawmaking. The message...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 January 1915

Frini Farias wrnt to Trinidad this r-trV. II. C. Abtratt (i nnr Mt. Dora, attendrd to business la the city Fri da,. Att(irnr) Collin and Dlue moved their offices this werk into rooms in the Evan building, A 8 Ellsherry, the Oes Moines ml estate man, attended to busi nrss In the county eat Wednesday. MiM Uettie Msgruder returned Thursday atterroon troni Foley, Mis souri, where the feat called by the deatb of her grandfather. B T. SkKB, who hat been ab sent in Oklahoma and Arkansas the past few months, returned to Clay ton the first ot the week, and has formed a partnership with Dick Car son in the transfer and dray busi ness. II. II. Hamilton was trading and looking after business in the city Monday. H. J. Hammond and Fulifenrin C de Baca made a business trip to Kenton Thursday. L G. Lujan ot Mexhnma, was in the city several days this week. F. M. Houston returned Thursday afternoon from Guyinon, Oklahoma, where he spent a week looking after property interests near that city. Manuel M...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 January 1915

Parochial Visits For Buf. veros J Parish Mass will be celebrated n t the fol lowing placet at the times indicated: Clapham, Monday , Jan. I 8. Hay den (Swoyer's, ) Tuesday , Jan. 1!). ' Bueyerns, Wednesday, Jhh. 20; Sunday 24. and Mondav,2i. Mirra, Thursday, Jan. tfl . Barney, Fridtyjan. pasamonte, Saturdav, Jan. 2.1. Albert, Tuesday, Jan. '2d. Gallegos, Wednesdav, Jan. 27. Alamosa, Thursday, Jan. 'JH Genova, Friday. Jin 29. Mosquero, Saturday, Jan. .SO. A RSTVKI.T. . I'arish Priest, Bueieros I'aiish. ' Five Cents Proves It A GENEROUS OFFER. Cur out this ad. enclose with 5 cent to Fol ey & Co., Chicago, III., writing mur name and address plainly, and re reive a free trial package containing Foley' Honey and Tar Compound, for coughs, colds and notip; Foley Kidnev I'ills, for kidnev and Madder complaints, backache, pains in joints i he umatiMii ; and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a wholesome and thorough Iv'cleans'ng cathartic try all three fr five cents, the cost of mailing. Sold by C...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 January 1915

V 1 THE CLAYTON NEWS DFFICIA!. PAPER OP UNION COUNTY SUTHERS fc DURAN. Proprietor Chas. Sumías, Editor ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR nund aa M C3mm HUM Oetobae ltk I tfc N Ofltoa at Ctarfcjn. N. M.. anda th Act of March 3rd. 1879. SATURDAY. JANUARY 16, 1915 "Got a Jimmy" Judge 1 T. Toombs, of Union con uty, one of I be republican can didates at the November elections now contesting tlie Union county seats in the house, made a remark yesterday that gives promise of be coming one of the anions exprés aions o! the present legislative ses sion. A republican friend approached Judge Tooiubs in the lobby of the DeVargas hotel, and after first greetings remarked: "What in the devil are you do ing here, judge? You haven't a certificate." That's right, sir. that's right," replied the Union county orator and politician- "I haven't a cer tiScate, but I've got a 'jimmy.' " It appears to tie the general ' opinion that Judge Toombs "jim my" will prove hiRhly effective as a means of "b.eaking into'' the hous...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 January 1915

M ' ;lÍ..ll( vamtaumMs. uju.xjm.ii 'saga. kmwit ?c.pr 1 tr TV0 WEEKS BEGINNING MONDAY, JANUARY 18 AND ENDING SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1915 nniTTi i AIM ... j.Lj nLAo c A real Sale Not Gotton Up By Professional Robbers Just Plain Facts and Plain Sure Enough So Respite, the fact that we had very satisfactory business last year for which we are duly thankfully to our frierids and patrons. Our stock is fuller in some lines than we care to have it at that this time of the year and in view of the fact that our Spring stock of goods will be ccming in before many weeks, we are going to put on this Semi-Annual Clearance Sale in order to reduce our stock and give to the people cf Clayton and surrounding country a chance to select frcm our large stock such goods as they can use at very low prices. Below we list a fev of the many bargain? we are going to offer you during this sale. - - SENHUHftL ÜJÜJ ii rM iiw rw i i u 1 1 ii SALE All Ladies and Children Suits, Coats, Dresses and Skirts 33s per ce...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 January 1915

Odd Bits Ot News Ix Anjrelo, Calif. Mrs. Walter; V Aker was hrnutht back to lilVj lee "titrl r l three phjsif iaus Iter j he had lii'rti actual y dead for more' than ten minutes. The "niiracal" wnt performed liy manipulating the heart until it began to Lent and I') ; artificial respiration, ! New York :A sailing vessel has: arrived in port w hose crew dil tint I know of the present war. I The boat wan the ('daiig. Shf- ' Irtt l'alaiir, Sumatra, on Aug. 12 nnd did net speak any vessel until! just outside of New York, where! she was hailed liy a British cruiser. j London. Irin S f'oliti, writer, interviewed Lord Kitchener recently. ; Kitchener gave the interview un-' der the impression th.it he was to' oiert Ty. Colih. the IihII player. Loa Angles, ( alif. K. II. ! Dat is sups rts a family of tourteen on a one and one quarter acre ot ground in spite of the fact that hi has tin I One arm. New York. -Moses Wooler cele hrated his IdOih birthday with a part) at which he made encouraging H...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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