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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 27 March 1915

Attention. ,: ? All imal advrr1i'Mr in this t aper 1 rend and corrected ftrcnrditi to copy, P,.-.-.-!1 your nd at d ií i in erro found, however aSaSt, notify u al j Notice fur Publication. Per nrtment of The Interior. X'. 3. Land Ofl ce. '. it Clayton, New Mcxico- Fei n ary 2. la!S. I XoCre la hereby given that F'nil I.. Saanyin, f Ttminaa, N. M. win. on Auir. '2S Kill, mid 't. ''. I!'I2. made Il ntcntcid entile. S.-r: il No. I -,':74 and ('1SÍ70. for fl'i. and SI '. SW'i. - t n IS. Twp. 23. Lance IlK. N. M.I" Mori. , Mr., l,a fil.-d pota e of int.-i.t ...n to ji.nV Three1 ' .--ir IS oof , to t'-ti.l.'ifh claim to tie l:.rd above .l-'norii i d, befu e I ; i i: i t r itrd K.reiv.r. lT. S. j I ar.d 'hlice nt CTuylnn, N. M, on the lull, day ! - f Afri'. I?!í. Chun nnt nnnn tin witnei : t'-ler It-en. Hri.lh. rt..n, Itul-ert Hlirlit, ! p-vi.t Hinht. nil of Tin n.:.., N M. a n-1-10 I nz Yai-oide. lieu-inter. 1 C.V.I S NOTICE OF CONTEST I '.-purl men t of l lie Interior. I. s. I.;-r I l f ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 27 March 1915

1 I H . v.,..-j A Store For Women and Girls A Store For Men and Boys $16.66 Suit Sale $7.50 Suit Sale -1 ': SIMON HERZSTEIN Clayton's Only Ready-to-Wear Store Hart Schaffner & Marx fine clothes go in "Oar Week Before Easter Suit Sale." I am giving this great sale to advertise and prove to the men of this community that this store is a real clothing store, that I sell the best clothing that money can buy, also that I sell it as cheap as any store on the fpc of the earth. Here is the proof: Have you ever seen Hart Schaffner & Marx fine Clothes advertised be fore in any other town or city at a lower price? Six' days of this great sale should be convincing to the on looker and satisfying to the purchaser. There are none sd blind as he who will not look. $16.66 Suit Sale $16.66 WORK AND THE EYES. Importarte of Having tho Light Com From the Left Side. Tile widely known Im.'t Unit, when Using (hp eye lor any near work, the 11 1 i tin Iiii tiiili should rotim from till' If It Side r...

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. — 3 April 1915

THE CLAYTON NEW DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. 7 VOLUME Mil. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAYS', APRIL 3, 1915. NO. 14. -v T1IE MESSC.E OF EASTER Oli, the glory of tli returning spring, answering the resurrection rail of tin? great Sun flod! Standing in the midst of God's great laboratory, aft'T the awaken ing breath of sprint? has Wept through it, dull indeed must be the soul that is not moved by the won der, the miracle, the beauty of it all. Cold and dend nni9t be the heart that lias never thrilled in re sponse to the great diapason of na ture, when in the awakening year, "The woods were tilled so full with song There seemed no room for sense of wrong." There is nothing quite so delight ful as the spirit of springtime. It is the resurrection of hope, of life. All creation rejoices in the glad new morning when nature, after her long sleep, awakes and decks her self wilh most Entrancing robes. Spring is the ami 1 that rolls away the s...

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. — 3 April 1915

WoiiiIitíiiI Suiliiii (riivt How Hip grass grown in far-away Sudan, cierne -to the ilcst-rt of Sahara ami its blistering breezes, serving as a palatable diet for camels, zebus ami oilier queer animals, is now lin ing iii)Mirlant service in feeding the borse and cow of New Mexico, was described Saturday by Prof. J. S. Ilofer, of Tucumi'uri. Prof. Ilofer lias been conducting a small experimental farm and last May be decided to plant a quarter if a pound of Sudan tern. 'I be s ! used to be worth . 1 . 10 a pound, but it is now down to in cents. "I planted this on May 2d, and on .tune I I started on some education al work which did not Id m g.-t 1 1 1 1 1 ' until August I," said Prof. Ilofer. "When I arrived nt Tiicumcari some of my friends asked me about the wonderful grass growing on my farm and to my intense surprise found it up to my shoulder. This grass is a wonder. It is imten ilied by drouth, the bugaboo nf so many farmers, especially in tin south west. I planted the seed in eigh...

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. — 3 April 1915

mh:.l ami pkkson al Hen V. Owen of Folsom, late catll inspector, was a business vis itor in tito county sent Monday. C. Sampson of near Hertrand, iklulioina, one of our regulars who always does his trading in Clayton, was here Monday trading with News advertisers. HcxhII remedies and pre paratinns ntc KuirHiitetil best on the market For sale ly City Drug Store. Stanley Cal h ii in of Shattuck, Ok lahoma, an old time friend of The ivs man, spent several days in I li city this week, lie has land near lies Moines, ami thinks Union county the real country. We are willing to swear to his good judg- tlll'lll. lude Charlie Huid of near I'asa inniite. has been in the city several days this we. k. The arm he had hroki ii hist fall is not yet entirely In ah-d. See (i. C. Smith h fore vmi buy tin t luiggv. He is agent lor the best rig on 111- market, tf, A. C. Li hr, the restaurant man. not i'i goml sl-.iiuling with tit editor this week by pnlting up cash for sub scription. I hi y all like it....

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. — 3 April 1915

lit -; B885siw?l I ( ti... ,n tfll.lliMi J THE CLAYTON NEWS OFFICIAL PAPER OF UNION COUNTY SUTHERS k DURAN. Proprietor! Chas. Suthcss, Editor ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Knurad m SmuM CUm Matter Oetuber 1MB at t Pnt Ofltc t CUrton. N. M.. andar the Act of March 3rd. 1879. .Saturday, April 3, 1915. We no good reason why Clay ton should not have a local option election. If a majority favor a dry town, then let us have a dry town: and if a majority favor a wet town, let's have a rehilar soaker. A decision in this matter, whatever the result, would be a good thing for the town, business men would know better how to figure, and could decide how Ix-st to make invest ments. We favor an election, the sooner th better, because it will settle business conditions for a torni of years. Here, Too When we stated last week that the. legislature would adjourn on last Friday at noon, we acted on the assumption that the legislature would obey the constitution, Why we assumed that the legislature would obey w...

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. — 3 April 1915

IWTTEHSUN Ht'V. Floyd Smith of Helena, Ok lahoma, preached at the. srhoiil liou.se Sunday morning unci evening. Ilev. Smith is a brothcr-in-luw of Mesdames Pine McCray and J. H. l'atterson. We hope he will be able to And a location in this community, aa that is the object of his visit to New Mexico. Little Ira Patterson was quite sick the past week, but is slowly improving under the care of Ir. Winchester of Clayton. An im provement this community is great ly in need of is telephone connec tion with the county seat. It would be a great convenience, not alone in sickness but in many other ways. There was a pie supper at the schoolliouse Friday evening for the purpose of raising money to buy seats for the building. On account of stormy weather that prevented seeral from attending, the pro ceeds were only $.0:1, but the re quired amount will easily be raised by donation. (randniii Atchley visited Sunday with Mrs. J. Scott. I tennis Hern, who has been visit ing J. Scott for some time, l...

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. — 3 April 1915

PAY THE MILITIA, GFHGERADVISES General O'ilyan Says Eecli Man Should 83 Paid For Grills. FAVORS A LARGE INCREASE. Points to Past Experience and Say That United State Should Havl Trained Men Ready For Any Emer gency at Any Minute Wants Stricter Control Over Militia. New Yotk.-Thc plans of tin- War eolli-Ke at Washington to Iim reuse tb9 flíílllillií f"t ' of the l ulled Slates to GiO.ood nun wen- K"in-i illy approved by ollleois nf llio nation. il guard. Anions iIioho v l.o ilis. Us ed It was Ma.tor Oin nil John I', o'll.v.ni 1 tti untiou.'il guard of Nc York Malo, us gurdi'd IIS ono of l ho I Ov U'llllOl-ltii-ü on stale mi liary aff.ilrs lio s.ii 1 Unit If the I U army va.i In ho level Oped successfully cclt.iin elementary principles must ho followed, mining them: lH-wlopmci.t ill all tlie slates of tin) Various branches of lito service- artil lery, cavi.lrv. iufaliirv oír ineor mid Igual corps in proper propon Inns I'rovl.sloi by Ule f deral uo el iiment of n nun 'etc i ip:l;i!i!en...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 3 April 1915

Attention, ornes leaders All legal advertising In thia paper I road and corrected according to copy, Read roar ad and If n rro found, however aUght, notify a at nun- Notice for Publication. Department of The Interior! U. 8. Land Otic, t Clayton. New Mexico February M. 1918. Notice !j hereby riven that Emit I,. Swaneon, nf Thoma. N. II. who, on Aun. 2H. 191 1, and Oct. 0, 1912. made Hnmeetead entriee, Serial Noe. 013748, and 016170. for SE. a d SEW 8WV.. Section 1. Tp. rM. snee :I4E. M- p Miri. dian. has V. A nti.e of intention to make Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, befo Res-ieter and Receiver. U. S. land OiTire at Ciayion, N. M , on the 14th. day of April, 1916. Claimant ñamen a witneaaea: Feter Boen, Moaee Brothcrton. Robert Might, Parid Highu all of Thomaa, N. M. J6-Í-10 Pai Vahante. Regiater. Notice For Publication Dr artment of ttie Interior, U S. Land Office at Clayton, N M., Feb. 24. 116. Notice ia hereby given tl,at Cale! F Kluttx. of Thoma....

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 3 April 1915

A Store For Women and Girls SIMON HERZSTEIIN Clayton's Only Ready-to-Wear Store A Store For Men and Boys Bargains For Spring Buyers Overall Bargains Foot Form Shoes Ami slippers for Hoys & (iris made by t lie Hiimiltion & Hrown Shoe Co., ("They keep the quality up,'') these shocsniid slippers are the ex-" emplificatioii of the highest art in shoe making, they fit the feet and give inore comfort and service than any other make for children $1.00 a pair and up Summer Union Suits For Suit, mm VVUiVifclVd wAiaia Choice for $1.00 silk or voile, white only, all the $1.50 silk waists go at this Price Choice $1.00 ( i n:s I'.url limraliani is inipi i in- ;i! this writ illK. .In" Huff in;nlr a Iiiiiiii 1 1-1 1 In r.luytmi M 1 h I : t ' . I i;i '(Mill iiimli- 1 lnisiin s trip tn I'.ktytnii Ti:i-mI;i. S;i; , I 1 1' ! it n; i;i Nrw M if 1 is K'llillK t In1 1 1 1 1 1 I fiisllioll lluw- ilays. .1. W. Stoni' niiiili' i Ihimiuss trip In li'S Moiui'-i at wii k ;t in i iiaulril a loail of win...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 10 April 1915

THE CLAYTON NEW DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME VI II. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, APIUL 10, 1915. NO. 15. t X light on beginning of hah Great European Conflict Could Eas lly Huve Been Prevented Is Con tention of the Allies. It may seem a vain thing to at tempt at this day to II x the respon sibility for the European war, hut Sir Edward Grey did well, in his address in London, to fasten atten tion upon one point. To prevent the outbreak of the war last Au gust, he afllrmed, there could have born "a European conference when and' where Germany desired." This statement ran he amply verilled from the official dispatches at the time. Indeed, the Germans do not deny it. It is not even mentioned, for example, in the controversial article recently published by Ir. Karl HellTerich, the German minis ter of finance. This is skillful and plausible, but begins with the Rus sian mobilization, passing over en tirely the fact that, if Germ...

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. — 10 April 1915

mivm.is uii: in ;.mk i.wvs .No I'ovsilile Loophole Fur Nimrod Who SIh.ms Ferocious Cottontail Without i'u.vlnu the State fr the I'rit ilcor. LOANS AND INVESTMENT We hive money to loan on Farm Lands and Live Stock or other good security-bearing property, and solicit the business ot farmers who desire to add to their herds or are In need of money to Improve their lands. Call and see us. A. W. THOMPSON & CO. Thompson Bldg. Clnton, N. M. Ili'ii'iift.r it will be absolutely iiece-icary for those who limit rab bits, us well as for those who bunt animals on which homilies are pahl, to take out. hiinlitm' licenses to save themselves ffolll prosecution under the ame anil tish laws of the state. The necessity is created by House Kill No. one id the last of the measures sinned by Governor Mc- lionald, vshich a mis many of the s. I'lmns of the old law, iiiiiiiiik them Section U', which provides that "no pe'o:i .shall at any time shoot, hunt or take in any manner any pune which is by law pro...

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. — 10 April 1915

LOCAL Al PEUSONAL Joe Hunch of Moines, was a county seat visitor Thursday. Ion Telosfor Casados was a busi ness visitor and trader in the city this week. lest Field Seeds at O. fi. Gran ville's. ' 15 Iteyes Martinez of near Reyes, at tended to business in the city the lirst of tile week. V. II. Wingard of near Mt. Dora, was a business visitor in the city Thursday and F riday. Our stork of toilet preparations is complete, prices exactly ri '.lit. We have it. City Drug Store. Wm. Harris of Gladstone, was a business visitor in the city the lirst of the week. Johnson Mesa Seed Oats at G. ". Granville's. l"i A. S. Kl Isle-cry, les M nines real estate man, att -nded to business in the county seat Wednesday. C. W. It. I'.ryan, one of the real democrats of the ('.nates communi ty, attended to business in the city Thursday and 1- riday. Moline Implement. Full line of best made, at G. G. Granville's. Ilalnh K. I'arnsworth, one of 15 I the progressive citizens of the county and a News recular,...

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. — 10 April 1915

THECLAYTON NEWS OFFICIAL PAPER OF UNION COUNTY SUTHERS DURAN, Proprietor Cha. Sutmepi, Editor ONE DOLLAR PER YEAK Knlared M Second ClaM Matter October I'tth t the Pvmt OIÜR et Clayton, N. M.. under the Act ol March 3rd. 1879. Sutnnlii. April 1(1, I 'se I'm hiiiI I'a per Tin- stuf of North Dakota hits Inclín to iiit into iipiTittiini a plan Wllilll 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 tll'illK thousands of ii w s. tlli rs within tin- ni'xt yi'ar. Tin' Irniitlalun lias iippropriatfii !i;ii,ihn) fur tin' promotion of i 1 1 ii 1 1 1 -Kration in tin- next two yi-ar. II. I-lint, 4'iiiiiiiii-MÍnifi' of auririiltun', lias jfivi'ii an iinprliis to lln plan by asking tin- ro-oprnition of all tlm country ni-wi-papiTs in tin' slate to iiuliiri' their rcaili'i-s to write per sonal httrrs to ol.l friends "bark Iioiiii-." Those fai'iinT- who arc well Minuted ami who have prospered, arc urged to write their friends anil rclatiM s in tin- olilcr states, in the cities ami in lairope, too, telliiiK them of their snccess, of...

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. — 10 April 1915

V 5 T T Itcrormiiifl SoHol.v Journalism Victor Miinloik, of the Wiilnla. (Kan.) KhkIi is in f.ivor of a :. tit and wljeetivelrxM society impf." If In1 has his way iki mor1 items like this will lie found in Tin' Ka-Kli-: "Tin1 bountiful and eliai'inmp Mrs. WiliierforcH hustin-Itocks vnvi a delightful dinner party last eve ning to a select list of friends. The hostess was liecuniingly attired in a I'nris Kown of exquisite satin trim med in gold lace. The home was profusely decorated with cut Mow ers and trniliiiK evergreens." .Mr. Murdock would have it ilxed thus: "Mrs. W'ilherforce lustin Itocks entertained a party of friends at dinner last evening. (Inly a few quests were invited." lint. Victor will lind that he has the ladies on his trail with scalping knives hefore he has finished dem onstrating the theory. Pray, why have a party, with cut glass, silver ware, cut. Mowers , an elaborate spread, and ladies parading in Paris gowns, if it is in t written up in lull detail so all who w...

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. — 10 April 1915

t't'i ir-ti- I'lro ISim Itoiiinl Over I.. 1. Haines, the alleged lire bug, was nrraimii'il Im Toi'i' Justice King dom "'iifsil:ty. ami held to awnit tli iic-linn of tlii grand jury in tuunls of ",.( kk i. Hi- lias 1 - ii unable to make Mu- lioml ami languishes j"''- 'f tin1 charge is true, that in where lie licit -tigs. AI1 i t. havis ami I. .1. V. Muir, two popular rili.ens of l'olsom, at ti'iulfil to business in the rounly srat Wednesday. A. UUll ('.. I'olsdM of country, mto lui-imss t ra rs in lh' city Hit' week. tin' ("nates i-ilni's ami lir-t of til.' I.co I".. Hyrii"', 1 1 i county tr asi-ta r's i business trip to I aftriioon. f assistant in ; dlioo, 1 1 1 : i 1 1 a ! Moines l i iilay I Makes l!l I Vcl l ike It! "I sulTi'i'i'il with kiilmy a; for two years," writes Mrs. Uri.lp'S, li'diinsuii. Miss., "anil lililí','"'! taking I "ley ! ii I ii- y IllU'llt M. A. roin- l-ills li'ii i tlis ai.o. I am imw able to do all my wrk without fatigue. I ;;iii now I'd y.-urs of ago and f ' i...

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. — 10 April 1915

Attention, Hotnesteaders All legal advertising In this papar to read and corrected according ta copy, Read your ad and if an erro found, however alight, notify aa at once- Notice for Publication llcpai'tmcnt (f the Inferior, U. S. I.aml Office at Clayton, N. M, Mar. 2r, tí i 5. Notice in hereby pi ven that I Min ean S. Thomas, of Seneca, N. M., who, on February 2, 1911, made II. K. Serial No. 0I27(I, for S. 1-2 Ne. l-t, ami X. 1-2 S-. l-i, Section 7, Township 27 X., Huiiko 35 K., X. M. I. Meridian, has filed notice, of in tention to make tthree year proof to establish claim to the land above described, before Register and He reiver, 1". S. Land Ollice al Clayton, X. M, on the I'Jth day of May, 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: John A. ltccker, Joseph M. Har der, V. A. Itoach, Sammie A. Price, all of Wanette, N. M. 1-3 5-8 Pa. Valverde, Register. Notice for Publication Iteparlmcnl of the Interior, U. S. Land ollice at Clayton, X. M., March 25. 1 9 1 5. Notice is hereby given that Ir...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 10 April 1915

A Store For Women and Girls A Store For Men and Boys Herzstein's Bargain Table SI mO IN HERZSTEIN Clayton's Only Reody-to-Aear Store Is the first thing you'll notice as you enter this store, this table is 9 feet square, and every article displayed on it will be extra value, by the expression "Extra Value" I mean something really worth more than the price at which you can buy it for, on this Table Read the List of Matchless Bargains below. Women's Hose Liberty make, stainless dye, no stains a fjood neat looking, extra strong, tuy tiny hose, some fine gitnze lisle Hose go in the Lot at 2 pairs for 25c Children's Hose Our Leader Make, worth at the regular price (other stores) 15c or two pairs 23c. This is the only store in Clayton where you cnn get the Extra Value Price lOc 3 pairs for 25c Men's Socks Strong Point Make, the Heels are the strong point. They're double therefore they give double service, black or tun. Extra Value at 3 pairs for 25c SPRING SPORT Hart Schaffner COATS FOR WO...

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. — 17 April 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME VIII. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1915. NO. 10. WILSON HAS EARNED ELECTION President is Entitled to Re-Noniina-lion and Re-fleetion by Vole of All the People. Those "friends of the President" who have been moved to assure th! country that if ho makes a trip to San Francisco it will not be "a cam paign tour" have troubled themsel es unnecessarily. Since the Pres ident has only to nod his head to gratify any ambition he may have to be renominated, there will be none to suspect him of intending this trip for campaign purposes. About the only thing that could pre vent his renomination would be his refusal to accept renomination. The disposition of certain Democrats to inject the prohibition issue into na tional politics presents the posibili ly of an obstacle, but only the pos ibility of it. For when those who seem to be pressing the prohibition issue come to understand...

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. — 17 April 1915

"It Is Hnrrie'w heurl that rompéis Transplanting Srrdlinut lii (raniilantiiiK of the xiTrilu-g i- m:i' of tin' most important factors in t.ri'wiiw i-itlH'r Vfi'taMi or t'tvv- plant. ItfincnitxT always tli:ii ll'i- I'livironiiii'iit condition niv bc ii 4 i'liaiiK'l. ami that tli.. 'i!ili l in'ii of growth i distributed iy tlio I roer. For this reason spi-i ial .r to pi'i'fiirin tin1 operation tirt p'Tly sbnuld In- taken. l!"mov' the plant rurWii'.ly as I ovilile. Never ri'niovp from i dry -i I liril. This not only break di a lurirer iierrcnlaire of the roo hot !t'avi's tin1 plant in poor eondi Inn, ilin to tin' ! mailer inanldie i ' ati-r contained in 1 1 - pl inl if'u. The )lant sbould rereixe a lib ral application of wati'r m. er al hours hi'fori' bciiiK li?urhed. N.'xir plant in a dry soil in les . atrr is npplii-il immi'iliati'ly. !'lants shonlil always hi urad m. I'o".' plants set in with strong unes v. ill not ilo as .satisfactorily. If p tided separately they will h'h, tie onp...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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