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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 12 May 1917

THE CLAYTON HEWS BIBI.B CLASS ESTERTAIWED. MMtl Pf ( Ten of mmrtau, tal PHt Iktoa OMltf C HAS.' P. SCTnEBI, (HIGH) E4Mr, Owaer IiUUkn era MiLtn ram tear Bntered a 8íc4 Class raattar Oete kr 21, lift, at tha stafloa at Ctaytan. N. M., unar tha Act af March 1 ,117. TI HOW. M v 11 III It SAV. To hi-gln Willi, we frankly ami hon estly plead if it i 1 1 V In ,i case of mis taken identity. In our last issue we nttrlhuted n report and certain re marks to Mr. V. II. l.lndscy which should have 1 - tt attributed to Mr. II, t. Morris. 'Mr. Morris says so. We very niucli regret the error mid offer an honest apology to Mr. Ldndaey. On another paite Mr. .Morris, In collabora tion with .Mr. McDonald, offers a healthy refutation to our week-old comment, and we certainly arc grati fied that they do ho. There Ih a possi bility that Mr. Morris was handled a little roughly in our coninieiLi, and we don't deny that that was our Inten tion. Not because it was Mr. Morris, but because of what Mr. Morris wa...

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. — 12 May 1917

lit HAVE HEARD THAT '0. r. Easterwood returned Sunday from a business trip to Folsom. Mis Lucila Thomaton of Tate spent Saturday in Clayton shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh 13. 'Woodward are spending the week In Tucumoarl. James ltynn of r'olsom was a county soat visitor the llrst of the week. The parochial school closed May It with one icrnduute. Miss Mary ijurvl.i Mrs. l.uverne H. Brown Is at her post again after an illness with tonsilitis. Willis Means of near Kenton at tended to business In the ity Wednesday. Dr. Zd Amour, of Folsom, spent Fri day and Saturday in Clayton on business. J. Y. Cason of near Tate was trading end looking after business in Clayton today. Miss Mettle McCrurey of Clapham spent several days in Clayton visiting friends. R. H. Holt from Hueyoros cama In from the ranch to spent a few days In Clayton. A. L. McElwain, of Albuquerque, Is spending the week In Clayton on business. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hammond left the first of the week for a pleasant trip to California....

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 12 May 1917

KOT1CK ron rUBLICATIO!f Ulalc4 Tml Iwbll Imm Sal Department of th Interior. U. 8. Land lOlce tu Clayton. N. U., Jaa. ti, 1111 "C" Jan. lf. 1IT Not le i hereby ITlven that, a di rected by the Commissioner of ta Qea ral iMttá office, under provisions of Mac. 1411, K. 8. pursuant to tha P jillcatloa of Daniel H. Black of Clay 1oi, N. M.. Serial No. 011612. wa will uffer at public sala, to tha highest bid der, but at not less than $1.10 par aora. at 10 o'olock a. m., or. tbo 17th dar of May. 1917, next, at this ofTlce. tha fol lowing tract of lund: KB H NW H. Bee. 3 7. T. 25 N , R. I2E.. N. M. P. M. Tha ml a will not be kept open, but will be declared closed when those pre vent at tha hour named bave ceased tilddlna. The person making- tha high est bid will be required to Immediately isy to the Receiver the amount there .f. Any person claiming- adversely the above-described land are adTlsed to i.la their claims, or objections, on a' before the time designated for sale 4 14-6-11 Tat Valv...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 12 May 1917

.NO'l lCE l'OU IM IH.IC VITO", of Peneca. N. M., R. W. Ragan, B. J. C. Stoltz. all of Señora. N. M . nn,l r s BUSINESS Jlnd r PROFESSIONAL HILL E ROI! IS .DSL, ICE m TRANSFER COXPMT TELEPHONE 53C Clayton, New Mexico i ' Lthos. f. savage i For Nine Years in United States Land Office j GENERAL UNO PRACTICE Entries, Contests, Final Proofs, Plats and Abstracts ! promptly Mtendtrt to 5 Office 1st. N'tl llr.r.k IIIf!pr.. LAYTON. M. Y Ilt. C. E. KELLE Dentist Over Dean's Bakery I oiticc rhoi.p ioi n Attention, lUmastsadera All legal advertising in Ibis paper is read and corrected ac cording to copy. Read your ad, and if an errvr is found how ever slight, notify us at once Clayton 1 COL. J. A. SOWEKS Auctioneer Write roo at Seneca or Phone me at Wanetto for Dates. Commission ono per cent Satisfaction Guaranteed See (J. C. SMITH I Oil HEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE (ON'l'EST CASES HANDLED. EFFICIENTLY Olllvi; in Eirst Ntit'l Bank Uldfl. W MaHSSlBBiBhiaaBaBBBSBlBasjl For All Auctioneer work i Col....

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 12 May 1917

3382 IIORRIS SAYS NO. Clayton, N. M.. Mar . 117. To the Editor of The New. Keiir Kir: In The News of the Sth I nut. you attribute to Mr. W. It. Llnd ey, president bf the Farmers' Society of Kqulty of Union County, some re marks recently made at , the Oem ftchool house, though he has not re cently spoken there. We believe the remarks referred to were made by us; and because we do not wish Injustice done to Mr. Llndsey, we ask you to give the following;, as nearly urn possible, the samo publicity you did to your wholly unwarranted ittack on Mr. Llndsey. At the meeting referred to Mr. Orrcn Beaty. county agriculturist, and the mdi-ralK'ied, both spoke. First, Mr. McDonald rend the president's appeal o the people regarding the produc tion and conservation of food supplies; thin Mr. Bciity irave a practical talk ii iiwihods carrying out the prcM .Writ'H desire; then the undersigned fpnkr and the substance of their, re marks, nu far as same related to the president's appeal and the war sl...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 19 May 1917

. v t . v r i oJI-- I t I I I I I I!) 'V Don t Forget the Chautauqua, Which IVtt'-t.U Here Juné 6, 7, 6, 9 am 0 :Jt, DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY C VOLUME) X CLAYTON, HEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, MAY 10. 1017. 1 cCz- NUMBER 21 STATE LOANS FOR. FARMERS SOON AVAILABLE- C. & S. OFFERS SERVICE; A. S W. HELPING WITH STATU AMI INDIVIDUAL AID ISIOX COUNTY MILL PRODUCES LARGEST CROP OF FOOD STIFFS IX HISTORY. IT IS THE DUTY OK F.VF.RY OWN ICR OF LAND TO M AKE IT PRODUCE FOODS. . Governor Ltndsey has appointed T. II. lUxey as financial agent for Union county, and he will have chai ge of the mnncv ntfinrd tiv th lit a tu to Arm- era and ranchers of the county for the purchase, of seeds and supplies. We understand that the Union county pro portion of the 181,000 fund will be uvnJlnbl In a few davs and will be '.loaned at ( per cent, the state requir ing the crop or other property as security. f armers wisning to ukb uuvauiug;? of the state fund s...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 19 May 1917

COOP THE MOTHER HKK. U f Calca hr Esaasara Largely FTTa4 a? Caataiaa; taa Ilea 8 Tkat Caltas Caa Ran la aaa Oat. Washington, May II. It la not eo& poultry management to allow tha mother hen to rant unrestricted with her chicks. With auch freedom tha hen frequently takes her brood through wet grass and as a result soma are chilled and die, especially the weaker ones, which are likely left behind. The loss of young chicks which follows such a practice Is large and mainly preventable, specialists in the United States department of agriculture say. Furthermore, the food which a brood allowed to range with the hen abtains goes very largely to keep up the heat of tha body and the chicks do not make as good growth as they other-, wis would. Chick losses of this nature can be largely prevented by shutting the hen in a coop. Any style of coop which Is dry, ventilated and can be cloned at night to protect the brood ngnlnnt cats, rats and other iinimnln, and which, while confining the hen,...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 19 May 1917

rLANS FOR HEGISTRATIO! l'UDEH (ONíCRirrio.i Bin., ing every detail of registration, will be In the hands of sheriffs and mayor on the first day'after the president" proclamation. "The mayor of a city containing; more than 80,000 Inhabitant or the official designated by the governor therein. shall, with approval of the governor, appoint for each ward or convenient minor subdivision containing about 10, 000 people one registration board and shall designate one officer of each board to perform duties similar to those Imposed on the sheriff, a heretofore outlined. If the mayor desires, he may appoint a central board to co-ordinate the work of minor boards. "On the fifth day after the presi dent has Issued his proclamation clerks of counties and cities of over 80,000 must secure a supply of blanks and copies of the registration regulations from the sheriff or from the mayor. Ab sentees and the sick will apply to such clerks to have their registration cards filli-d out. They are to be Ins...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 19 May 1917

I T! I b..,t THE CLAYTON NEWS Official Paper ( Tawn ( Claytea. oaielal raaer ( I'aloa Coaatr CHA. P. SLTHKI19 (IIICH) Kdltor, Owiet aad Publisher 0K DULL A II l'EH YEAH Kntered as Second Class matter Octo ber 26, 1009, at the postofTlce at Clayton. N. M., under the Act of March 3. ll7!. WATIIIIIAY. MAY in, 1017. War Committee Tor I nlon County A HERB AM) THERE. I! MARSHAL JOFFRB OF FRANCE I i j ii.ui. v. i:. 'lay ton, l.uihy, Satit:i r'. New Mexico, May 18. 1317 i lovcrnnr , N't w .Mexico. licnr Sir: We have oue Herald JuM nuil I,) l hi- Alhii.iu.r ropy of yimr letter to fin- hreatly disappointed. At a meeting uncial agents of counties. We are greatly disappointed. At n meeting held her.- the .Jll) hint; Mr. V H. Jllxey. now tiuaiiulnl :.K nt for Union county, mated it as his opinion that you would not lend the money ap propriated ly the State l.cKinlature on anything less than a "bankable" note, nroncrlv secured. He seems to have known your view. ' Piense permit ua to cay that, if ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 19 May 1917

VÍE HAVE HEARD THAT "Uucle" Pete Klerans of near Sedan, was trad Ins In Clayton Tuesday. , Dave Kills of near Cone, spent several days in Clayton this week. Alex Mackenzie and don of tlie Cim arron country, were In the city Friday. Ir. and Mr. John Knox of Holland, were In the city the first of the week. "" Mrs. J 11 mes Howard of near Orand vlew, whs shopping In th city Thursday. DOT fiKT XCARKD OCT. J. E. Bkelton came In Wednesday from his ranch near Seneca. i A man who has been dot no snm F. C. Field of Thomas spent a fe-v ...i. .h bean tiw- -,,, days In Clayton on business. R. E. Wherrltt and W. F. Graham purchased new Fords this week. Edward Chilton, who Is 111 with pneumonia, Is Improving slowly. rthur Woo' si-ndlii(r irv week at his i.h..i iiv.ir Mekhomu. of his visit was the orKunizatlon of Snil iiiul Laliur btirenus In the county. ' Ueycs Martinez, of Keyet), attended to business In the city the first of the week. J. W. Thompson of near luy, at tended to business in the cit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 19 May 1917

SAD Llr'K HTORY OP BBA1 BKKTLK TOI.I)HV KIPKRIMKIT STATIO! (New Mexico 8taU College Kxperlment Station Hulletln.) The experiment station la publishing Hulletln No. I0( on the bean beetle. In tlila bulletin will be found complete In formation on Ita life, hlatory and con trol. However, It will be aome weeka before thle bulletin la o IT the presa. mate. It could be much lower. A very few pounds of beana saved would meet this expense. On the other hand, the protection afforded by the spraying may mean the difference between a good crop and no crop. The time of application of the spray Is the deciding; factor In Its effective ness. Investigations Indicate that the beetles do not eat poisoned plants that remain In sprayed fields. The yellow spiny "worms" are the young;. The Kxlscencira of the war situation call for na Increase in the bean crop In the .adults are brown beetles with 14 black Mate this year. It seems hdvisnble, I spots. If the beetles come late -one thin, to Issue this circ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 19 May 1917

uio novato, ttemlgto Lovato, all of -s-c-z Pas Valverri n.ri.i.. .... l'ujíic, lurmeny aiargaret E. llaga- s-e-v-j j-as valverde. R ir PROFESSIONAL KILL BROTHERS c;;l, ice xss trmfeb cqxpm teleproke s8c Clayton, New Mciico ; I THOS. F. SAVAGE j For Nine Years in United i States Land Office 1 6ENERAL LAND PRACTICE j ! Entries. Contests. Final Attention, IUtnertMdtra All legal advertising in this paper is read aud corrected ac cording to copy. Read yeur ad, and if an error is found how ever slight, notify us at once. NOTICE Foil PI III ICATION Department t the Interior. U. a Land Office at Clayton. N. It, April 10, 1117. Notice le hereby given that Guada lupe H. Lovato, of Holland. N. M., who, ship Í4 N. Range 13 E. N. M. P. U.rl. dlan. baa Oled notice or Intention to make three year proof, to eetabltah claim to the land above described, be fore Charlea P. Talbot, United Statea Land Commissioner, at Clayton, New Mexico, Jane t. 1!7. Claimant namei aa witnesses: Ira CofTe. of Tate. New...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 19 May 1917

If YOU KNOW HOW. Nature hiia a fa w llttU acreta of Iter own. One of them la thta: In tha apace of a coupla of weeks aha can take thla oll ball of a world and dreaa It up with a startling pageantry of leaf and flower and color and beauty and desire and love and laughter and delight. If our wise people were to go about auch a business they would opine that they ought to have about 14.000,000 .vea ra to produce a few flowers. It doean't take long to make the world over. If you know how. Al.nlCn.Tl HAL, I,HO(.HM. t-.mrTurmrr Method Adopted by State War Committer. Through Ita t'om- mJ Me oa A arlrnl t ure. .... The following program hna been adopted by the atate war committee: To prepare nn agricultural census for the purpose of ascertaining the variety and acreage of cropa now be ing raised and what lan Is or will be available for the planting of food cropa. Also to ascertain the amounts of various farm seeds available and what will be required for planting. To arrange the planting of ...

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. — 26 May 1917

(Tira t pg 4, coluat I) The Honor Roll of Patriots Will Be Made June 5th. Write Your Name Early iyitlm r-i i j m i - jr r -a MKT . i a i a i a i - Mt i r i a. - -r a - r- r m r sr. . V ; ; : 1 f deiotep to the interest of good citizenship and the upbuilding of the community 't VOLUME X CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, ATI RDAT, MAY 2, ItlT. NUMBER S3. FBESIDENTiWILSON'S PROCLAMATION CALLING MEN OF NATION TO THEIR DUTY IN THE HUB JUNE B Til NAMED BY PRESIDENT AS DAY OF REGISTRATION FOR All. CITIZENS FOR SELECTIVE DRAFT BETWEKS AGES OF TWKNTY ONK AND THIRTY YRARS MVST REGISTER VOLUNTARILY. Memorial Day f Washington. May 1. President Wil son's proclamation, putting; Into effect he selective service provision of the war army bill, follows: .A PROCLAMATION BY THB PRESI DENT OF THE UNITED STATES: Whereas. Cong-tress has enacted and be president has on the eighteenth ' day of May, one thousand nine hun dred and seventeen, approved a law which contains the following provis ions: retios. 8 That all male...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 26 May 1917

I.aaaa r CalrWatloa tralll? Iarralaa-. Santa Fe. N. M.. May íl. The aere are of átate graalnj? land to be fanned thla fanón under the recent permit of the State Land Office to farm grazing leases without additional rental. Jumped to a total of approxi mately 18,000 aerea lat week, a gain in land Hated with the office here, up to Raturdny night, of 2173 acres over the previous week. The lease farmers now Include residents of every county In the state except Hernallllo and Luna. In Dernalillo county none of the state land Is adapted to cultiva tion without Irrigation, while In Luna county plans nre under way for sup plying water for several large tracts of leaned land y pumping. The land commissioner's estimate of 25,000 acres as the minimum of the grazing leases which will be farmed has not been changed. Corn, cane, hiann am. potatoes con tinue to lead In the acreage planted, with Union county far in the lead ns to total ncres farmed. The Union county total .reached 2242 ncres Sat ur...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 26 May 1917

WILflON PROCLAMATION CALLING OP NATION TO THEIR DtTY 1 WAR (Continued from imico ll levers. Tfimivork In Object ( the Bill The whole nation must be a team In which each man shall play the part for which he la beat fitted. To thla end congress has provided that the nation nhall be be organlxed for war by se lection and that each man shall be classified for service In the place to which It shall best serve the general ,kooi1 to call him.. The significance of this cannot be werstated. It Is a new thing- In our history and a landmark in our prog ress. It Is a new manner of accepting nnd vitalizing pur duty to give our selves with thoughtful devotion to the common purpose of all. It Is in no sense a conscription of the unwilling; It Is, rather, selection from a nation which has volunteered In mass. It is no more a choosing of those who shall march with the Tolora than It is a selection of those who shall serve an equally neceosary nnd devoted purpose In the industries that Ho be hind the...

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. — 26 May 1917

o; hollar rEii yeak atteMéí t"'.". 1 : .i . . GJlr (Elaytuu Nriun Offlrlal Papr ( Tiwi mt Urom. Official rr of l'alaa Caaaty CHAS. P. ÍITIIER9 (HIGH) KdHar, Owin aa Pabllsaer Entered m Second Clan matter Octo ber 2. 1909, at the postofflce at Clayton. N. M., under the Act of March 3, 1879. ATIHDAY. MAY 2d, 1017 Something you never supposed would happen when you rend your school history happened Inst week at Philadelphia. For the first time since that city, was occupied by General Howe, In the Revolutionary war, the Urittuli flag was hun from Independ ence hall. The visit of the English envoys was the cause of the demon stration, liven Kn gland now Is piad she was licked In 1776. when there nr so many way of us ing tale bread to cook delicious dishes. The United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C, or your Btats agricultural college will tell you how to use stale bread In many ways. HIFTI.0 fcEARS" 19 SUBJECT. FI ft CITS (Continued from pane 1) mi;am ok 7.000.000,000 A...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 26 May 1917

. Marfil -g i ' -B! WE KAVE HEARD THAT I- - 1 Chas. Stillman has htm on the elck ll.xt this wefk, J. C. ITuett lert Wednesday for his home at Hasty, Colo. W. r. Uillan, ot liOHebuJ, upent "Wednesday In Clayton. O. Hood and wife, of Tucumcarl, apent the week In Clayton. Mrs. H. J. Utterback has accepted a position with M. a. Tlxler Co. T. K. Hear of near Grandvlew, spent several days lnr Clayton this week. Georgre Beldlng:, of Dea Moines, spent Tuesday in Clayton on business. James JIcArthur, of Texllne, Texas, spent Friday in Clayton on business. A. (.1. Steele and son, Vincent have moved to their ranch near Grcnville. F C. DeBaca and family have mov ed to their ranch at Bueyeros to spend the summer. i), a. t nrrou or near Seneca, was trading nml looking; after business In Clayton Wednesday. Misses Esther Cannon and Marie Talbert have accepted positions at the First Nstlonal 1-nk. J. Andrea Paclifciu u ('nates, was a business visitor and traíer In Clayton th9 first of the week. Mrs....

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 26 May 1917

r.-19-6-l CUT W. S. Howley wlfs and eon, Morrla, ami Mfs. II. o. Ilardway and children, Kllrnilrd ths commencement exerclaea at leB Moinea Friday evening, and re port a flue program. Harry Lurkln returned Saturday from Colorado whore he had been visit ing and itaxlKtlrii? Hardy Itobcrt. J. It. Richard returned Wednesday from Clayton lu rt he hail been em ployi il. Thi rc will be n prohibition rally at the I'linMint Hill Kcliool house. Sun day, .May S'th. Kveryhody who can Mioulil flittcml. li-oirc I.nrkin wn in 1 M'llnes Kriihiy lookiiiK nftur ImisIih-hx. Mr. mid Mim. II. Ailkins intcrtainod t dinner Sunday, 1. C. I.arkln and ianiily anil Harold JoneH. I,. A. Coa;by and family apent Sun day i hi.- itui-sl of Mr. and Mr. 1,. A. i Ire-Mi. The nldliam brothers of Kenton, were in our vli-lnity Thursday buying cattle, and apent the night at the home of I. C. I.arkln. The ladles aid met with Mrs. George Selvy last Thursday. Otho Wallen has been very sick but la better at thla writing;. We...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 26 May 1917

K::::::::::::::::::::::: BUSINESS Jlnd r PROFESSIONAL HILL BROTHERS COAL, ICE m TRANSFER COMM.! v . I TELEPHONE 58C Clayton, New Mexico i i ! I THOS. F. SAVAGE j i i For Nine Years in United S States Land Office i RFNFRAI I INn PRUfiTIRF i I Attention, Homesteaders All lega! advertising in this paper i.i read unci corrected ac cording to copy. Head your ad, and if an errcr ia fuund how ever slight, notify us at once NOTICE 1'O.t Pi PLICATION. Contests, Final ! Entries. Proofs.-I'lats and Abstracts promptly attended to Ofl'ice 1st N"tl Lank Bide:., i LAYTON. N. M. ! .No i.j, 455, for B l-í. Srctlo.. 10, Town ship Z4 N, Range S3 E, N. M. P. Meri dian, haa tiled notice ot Intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, be fore Charles P. Talbot, United States Land Commissioner.' at Clayton, New Mexico, June 8. 117. Claimant names as witnesses: Ira Cortee, of Tate, New Mexico; Samuel M. Kite, of Mt. Dora, New Mex ico; Ben Morrow, of Tate, New Mex ico;...

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