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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 11 August 1917

ISDIAXS HIHE F.Ol'UII AMERICAS 'sTRAYEDt One bar mar with colt. ' branded three quarter circles on left thigh. , Finder dellrer to BIO SPRING RANCH or motif C. P. Tal bot. Clayton, N. M. Reward. Fort Royal. S. C, Augurt 10. The war whoop of our American Indian III soon be Intermingled with the cries of the once savage Eaxt Indian tribes, who. trained to the use of the rifle by Great Britain are now fighting at the front for the cause . of democracy gainst common foe. Word received from Paris Island states that full-blooded American war riors, have joined hands with Uncle Sam's Marines are anxious to represent the "Billy Blues" abroad upon the com pletion of thtlr training. WILL ' THERE Ml A CNIVBRSAL LANGUAGE f Washington, August 1'. Veteran campaigners of the Unl'iJ States Mar in Corpa, who sv service U Haiti and who are now . with the expendí ílonary foro In Fiance, went to the Jarter place with a good working .knowledge of the French language. The national language oí Haiti is Fr...

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. — 11 August 1917

BUSINESS yind j PROFESSIONAL HILL BROTHERS CCflU IDE AND TRANSFER COMPANY . TELEPHONE 58C Clayton, New Mexico !4 - i THOS. F. SAVAGE i For Nine Years in United States Land Office ! GENERAL LSND PRACTICE i Entries, Contests, Final .Proofs, Plats and Abstracts promptly attended to Office 1st N'tl Bank Bldg., LAYTON. N. M, i DR. C, E. KELLER Dentist Over Dean's Bakery Claytoa Office Phone 101 D is::::::::::::::::::: Write roo at Seneca or Phone we al Wanett for Dates. o Commission one per cent i COL. J. A. SOWERS Auctioneer Commission one per Satisfaction Guaranteed AND a - ; FOR i CONTEST CASF,S HANDLED EFFICIENTLY Office in First Nat'l Bank Dldfl. SCO C. C. SMTT11 REAL ESTATE INSURANCE is:::::::::::::::::::::" For All Auctioneer work CoL George Goodyear 30 years experience in Live Stock, Townsite and Merchan fllse. All work will be appreci ated. For making dates see Caudle's Furniture Store. Tel ephone 98. Yours Respectifully, COL GEORGE GOODYEAR a . J COL. E. U. JACOBS Auctioneer MO...

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. — 11 August 1917

Ban Ball Kan. Attention Mt. Dora vs. Texline Sunday, August 12. 83-lt TF.I.F.R API! BRIEFS Cleveland. O.. Aug. 10. Cleveland will bid her soldiers goodby tomorrow night with a bin parade A gift of the soldier. Washington, Aug. 10. The Navy de partment today placcd"7rdcrs for 1, 687 600 pounds of canned pineapples, a year's supply for the Atlantic fleet and enst coast navy yards and sta tions. Five firms with cannlers In Honolulu reelved the order. Order for a similar supply for the went coast .yards will be placed later. PRF.PARISO TO FLOAT F.COSD I.IBF.RTV I.OAX New York. Aug. 10. Preparations for the floating of the seond Liberty Loan to be offered to the public some time early In the fall were begun here to day by the general lean committee of the second federal teserve district. TIIF.MUMiOl S FFFOUT AM) -OPF.HATIOt NF.tF,9AIlY. The accomplishment of this great Increase of wheat nnd rye acreage practice will call for tremendous ef fort on the part of farmers. How ever, the U. S. ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 18 August 1917

isn amoussauor ucre, juau mano, A: f Sow Wheat and Rye Win War and Make Money. 4 'i : - : : -t; w: :i: DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OE GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OE Till: VOLUME CTAYTOX, NEW MEXICO. STt nHAV, VI fa ST IS, 1017. ? community m ' : ; M'MOEIl 31. POPE ISSUES PLEA FOR WORLD PEACE ALL BELIGERENT GOVERN MENTS HAVE RECEIVED PRO POSALS. WASHINGTON AC- , KNOWLEDGES HAVING RE CEIVED UNOFFICIAL KNOWL EDGE OF THE POPE'S PROPOSALS. fy lain in taking the present oppor turity to suggest what may, he hopes, at least be a foundation up on which peace negotiations may bo initiated. Tho proposal of basis for peace by Pope Benedict cannot be accepted in entirety by the Allies it is slated. Tho evacuation of con quered territory by Germany must yomo before discussion is possible. The appeal from the Vatican to the belligerents to agree upon peace terms will be delicately handled. It is feared that Socialists and Pacifists generally will seize upon the proposals to create sentiment f ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 18 August 1917

3V0T1CB OP BALE OF CERTIFICATES OP INDEBTEDNESS OP IJSION COlJfTT, SEW MEXICO. rt'BLIC NOTICE ) hereby jriven that the BOARD OF COUNTY COM MISSIONERS of Vnlon County, New Mexico, on the 11th day of August, 1917, at a regular meeting of aald Board of County Cmmlsaloners, under and by virtue of authority In them .Vested by law, duly passed and adopt ed a resolution whereby a special tax of ONE MILL on the dollar of the valuation of all property In Vnlon County subjeot to taxation for State and County purpose! was levied for the year 1977; and whereby the Issu ance of twenty-two certificates of indebtedness of the County of Union, State of New Mexico, each for the sum Of FIVE HUNDItED ItoLLAUS, agpre gatlng ELEVEN THOUSAND AXB NO 100 DOLLARS tlll.OOO.Ou). was authorized, In anticipation of the funds to be rained by special levy; the said certificates each to be payable on or before two years after date, and to bear Interest at the rate of eIx (C) ' per cent, per annum, and the said cer...

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. — 18 August 1917

SOLDIERS' INDEMNITY FUND. No citizen can perform a more noble service, none can merit great er honor than he who, as a soldier, offers hi3 body for torture and his life for sacrifice in defense of the ideal, tho honor and the integrity , of his country. In these wartimes, when you see an American soldier a term which includes- the sailor remember these things: He has given up the comforts, the joys and the safety of civil life, he has- broken the sweet associa tions of family and friends he has abandoned, at least, for a lime, his life pursuit with its financial gain which those who remain still enjoy. He has assumed the hazards of mod ern war which include the danger of being cruelly mained or crippled for the rest of his days and he tes tifies by the uniform he wears that he is ready to give up his life that others may enjoy the peace and prosperity of orderly and law-controlled liberty. There he stands between us and the enemy, strong, fearless and faithful, ready at an instant's...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 18 August 1917

OAelal Iaec ! t alen Ooamtr coas. r. srTiLKUi (men) EflJtor, Owoet PsklUker NOTK'K FOB 11 BLK'ATIO. ONU DOLLAR rica TEAR E&tarad BcconS Class matter Octo nr ti. ltot. t th pottosic at CSarton, N. M., under the Act of March t. 117. ' 8ATIRDAV, AVttVftT IS 1011 An Atchison man who neglected to register wont crazy thinking Obout it. You never go crazy when you do your duty. The public utilities coninivssion of Kansas has given orders for C0 rcnt t-ns. in compliance, with the recent federal court decision. IF YOU YVEIU2 EDITOIt After months of campaigning for cow enlistment, our regular army facts only about r,000 men of being what it regularly ought to be. It is geting the time of year when there are mornings when the fad of wearing furs in summer doesn't ap pear so outrageously foolish after ell. The Chinese arc said lu all iu favor of war bjrf Germ.u.vbut lucre, is a fierce dispute- on as to bow they shall go about it and who shall lead (hem. A mere .matter of detail. STATE OF NE...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 18 August 1917

ir;'- J r---1- - -J ! s WE HAVE HEARD THAT" j - Lots of turnip seed at Uerzstein's Seed Store. Now's the timo. 3i-2t Alva Hownjan of Hoy, N. M., was a business visitor to Clayton Wednes day. , J. H. Dixon of HaydMi, was tloing business in the city last Wednesday. C. A. Rogers of Pennington was a business visitor' to the. city Wednesday. Will Paxtou of Sigil, 111. is visiting I1Í3 father, E. W. I'axton, and broth er, Seth. P. E. Taylor of Barney was a vis itor to the 'city last Wednesday on a business trip. Mr. and M,r. !oore (íuyer have moved back to Clayton to make it their home. A. W. Tanner, merchant of Hay den, was doing business with our merchants Wednesdav. M. C. Scofield and wife of south west of town were shopping inMhe Xity Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Scofield says that it has been rain ing every afternoon for the last three days and that everything in his neighborhood is looking pretty prosperous. Uncle Charlie H"shnell of Been hain,i is in tow;. .. .. r-Mm care of a doctor a...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 18 August 1917

ADJOl RM-:D 8F.SSIOX OF TUB BOARD OK C'OVSITY COMwISSIO. F.R JIFLI) MONDAY, JtVY lh, iir. The Board met at o'clock a. m., pursuant to adjournment, 'resent the Hon. T. J. Edmondson, Chairman, Jacobo Pacheco, and H. O. Magruder, members, and Juan J Duran, clerk. Dr. N. K. Charlton, the county health officer, la hereby authorlied to treat E Gallegos. Indigent person of Moses, N". M. It Is ordered by the Board that J. T, Howard, and Is hereby hired as road overseer-to do emergency work. WHEREAS It Is the desire of thJ Board of County Commissioners of Union County to co-operate with the Federal Government and the State of New Mexico for the construction. Im provement and maintenance of roads and brKlííi within Union Conuty, and WHEREAS, It Is essential that all public roads within the Conuty be promptly declared public highways and plats of the same filed with the County Clerk, and "WHEREAS, it is necessary in order to secure Federal aid that public high ways and bridges conform In stand...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 18 August 1917

BUSINESS jln r PROFESSIONAL I HILL BROTHERS Í COAL, ICE UNO TRANSFER CCYPANT j ! TELEPHONE 5SC . Clayton, New et ico j j THOS. F. SAVAGE j i For Nine Years in United States Land Office ) GENERAL LAND PRACTICE j Entries, Contests, Final . Proofs, Plats and Abstracts i . promptly attended to Office 1st N'tl Bank Bldg., j 1 LAYTON, N.M, ' Attention, Homesteaders Alt loral Advertising in tfci paper is read and corrected ac cording to copy. Read yeur ad, and if an error is found how ever slight, notify us at once. NOTICE roa PLUL1CATION r I Office Pkone 10111 I DR. C. E. KELLER Dentist Over Dean's Bakery i i Clayton I e::::::::::::::::::::::;i COL. J. A. SOWERS I ' Auctioneer Writo roe at Seneca or Phone i tnfi at Winetto for Dates. Department of the Interler, U. 8. Land Office at Clayton. N. M., July 12th, 1917. Notice Is hereby given that Kenneth D. Rlchey, of Sedan, N. M., who, on March 11, 1913, -and January 2, 1914, made Homestead Entries. Serial Nos., 015553 and C173C6,, for SAY. 1...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 18 August 1917

telegiapii itninrs. Duluth Winn. Commissioners of St. Louis county, Minnesota, the county seat in which Duluth is lo nteil, adopted a resolution barring from employment by the county any person connected with the In dustrial Workers of the World. About i.'00 men will be affected. Globe, Ariz. Fearing another up rising of Apache Indians in the asbestos mining district in the Sierra Anchez mountains, Sheriff Tom Armor ordered deputies to round up the Indians and return them to the San Carlos' Indian reservation. Fust St. Louis, 111., Aug. 10. In dictments again?' 'city hall officials and a former polio chief for com plicity in (ho recent ri.s are said to have been returned today 1- the county grand jury siting a Helle ville. Nine more iivllctments were returned today against men who are be i in.' .held in jail. Three in dicttiippts are against members of ;:he police force of Fast St. Louis 'Sergeant Cornelius Mechan, Ser jeant Harry o'Hrien and Detective 41. 1.. Williams. ST TK TO Omd...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 25 August 1917

5ou? Wheat and Rye Win War and Make Money. " " ' VOLl'HO X CLAYTOSf, NEW MEXICO, SATIBOAV, A I GIST 23, 11T. V"- f v Vls i. SMi VV u imp' t M Mnr.R 33, CLAYTON TO HAVE DAILY PAPER DURING CARNIVAL WEEK CLATYON XEWS WILL HUN DAILY BOOSTEB FOK BUSINESS IN TERESTS OF CLAYTON AND DISTIUCT Carnival week will bo hailed in with a few sensations altogether different to what has heretofore been felt when the annual, show frolics came to town. Clayton has been wanting for a long time to bubble up and tell about herself and eho's Coins to get tho long sought for chance to next Monday, .tho;-27Ah. The Clayton" News will start with that dato and publislu a free daily paper for six days giving all the latest news in each issue. Also there will bo printed in this daily paper such things as we consider a boost to Clayton. We know what the town is and how it has grown up. W,o know from what source Clayon has been put on the financial basis on which she now stands and we will tell about it in this dai...

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. — 25 August 1917

ANYWAY THEY'RE NOT SLACKERS Charleston, W. Va, August 25, Mrs. Nettie Wood, of Shenandoah function ntar this city, is wonder-, iúg whether her two eons will ever WecU One of them, William W. Wood, a Sergeant in the U. S. Mar ina Corps, is now fighting with the 'Billy Blues" in France while the tothcr, Clarenco Wood, is confined in U German prison camp. Clarence was living in Canada when the Eur opean war first broke out; enlisted Id It Canadian regiment, and was Captured Bhortly after the German army attempted to advance on Paris NEW MEXICO CIIEE.SE FACTORY It probably is not generlly known tat there is a cheese factory with daily capacity of 5,000 gallons of rrtflk in the little town of Dedman, New Mexico It is said to bo the first industry of its kind in the state ln4 has opened a new field for the Opposition of milk in that section Tliiá plant should encourage the Important of dairy cattle among the farmers oí the surrounding country since its proprietor says that with the plant ...

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. — 25 August 1917

PREPARATION FOR SCHOOL I INSURANCE FOR SOLDIERS . I WOULD I ILL IP R ANKS Boys and girls of Union county, yod very freely and cheerfully respond to the call IastN spring for the in creased production and conserva tion of food. You have shown your patriotism and loyalty this summer' by faithfully doing your bit to help in the present world crisis. Doubtless you are willing and will have to do more, but you must be prepared for the work. If the war should be long, the conutry will need all of the trained men and women it can get. There will be an abundance of men to fight in the trenhces but there will bo a dearth in - men of scientific knowledge and skill in all the indus tries unless there is conservation of all of our educational enterprises and unusual provisions made for their support. A step backward now in the education of our citizenship would be a greater calamity than the immediate effects of the war itself. In the llrst place, when the war is over, there wil be made upon us...

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. — 25 August 1917

ííljr (Hlmjtmt Nnuc Official rape ! Towa f Clr". . Official Fapcr Viloa Craitj chai. r. acTiiKns (iucn) Editor, Owur PoMlaaer OH DOLLAR FEH YEAR Enterad Second Claai matter Octo bet II. ltOt, at the postofflc at Clayton, N. at, tinder the Act of March I. 1171. SATURDAY, AT I ST 23, 1117. Switzerland i going sonic. In thai country they have managed lo put wilder control a stream of water one and one half inches in diameter after it has made a fall of 5,100 feet and develop w ith it 3,000 horse pow er. About the next thing that we hear of will he an electric light plant run by lightning. every occupy nn inch of American soil, tho eame terrible fate will be visited upon American women. Tos- sibly by that time the fertile Ger man mind will have invented some now nvlhods of torture. If the pacifista in tho United States Con gress and elsewhcro succeeded in blacking the movement to send Amcriacn soldiers to France, then tlx- death struggles between Uncle Sam's soldiers and the German brut...

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. — 25 August 1917

ét-1 -y- J WE HAVE HEARD THAT ! i - - , . Clair. Roberts left Wednesday on a business trip to St. Louis. Lots of turnip seed at llerzstein's Seed Store. Now's the time. 3i-2t Mrs. J. A. O'Brien and song Chest er, Joe and Malt wero in tho ci'y Friday. S. II. Wilcher, of lies Moines, was a business visitor to tho county seat Friday. Special Sale. Good chicken feed, $2.95 per hundred. JJ. HERZSTEIN SEED CO. 3i-4t Lon Csah is sporting a new Chevrolet car. What next in the world of events? Since the rain you must not fail to get those turnip seed. HERZ STEIN'S SEED STORE. 31-21 E. Uodlovo and sister and mother wero shopping hero Tuesday. They live on tho Amistad flats. Hon. C. W. B. Bryan has been in Clayton for the past two weeks lending to special business mattersJ. J. E. Stauffer of Mt. Dora, at end ed to business in Clayton Saturday. O. T. Spencer and H. Cox of south of town, were looking after busi ness in the city today. " t - 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Young and chil dren arrived in Cla...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 25 August 1917

Bronca roa rvaucAttoir. TAX COMMISSION OS TRAIL OF TAX SLACKERS" II. J. Ilagerman Makes Appeal to Taipayers oí State. (tonca or t jxa or cmrmcmi I or iiroiBBTKDiiKss or vmioiv 1 COÜNTT. MBW aTRXICO. PUBLIC NOTICE la hereby Klrea that the BOARD OF COUNTY COM aassiONERS of Union County. New Mexico, on the 11th dar f August, 11T. at a regular meetlnc of said. Board of Count CmmUsloners, under and by virtu of authority In them vetted by taw, duly passed and adopt ed a resolution whereby a special tax of ONE MILL on the dollar of the valuation of all property in Union County subject to taxation for State and County purposes was levied for the year lri; and whereby the Issu ance of twenty-two certificates of Indebtedness of the County of Union, State of New Mexico, each for the sum of FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS, aggro-gating- ELEVEN THOUSAND AND NO 100 DOLLARS (111,000.00). was authorised. In anticipation of the funds to be raised by special levy; the said certificates each to be payable on or ...

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. — 25 August 1917

LJ PRO, i 1 I HILL BRO. I ess. ice m raitfH : . A I TELEPB5SE ! if lay ton, Newco í::::::::::::::: : THOS. F. SAVAGE j 3 For Nine 'Years irr United Í States Land CFce CECBUL UNO PMÜIICE iiitriafl, Contests. Final Proofs, Plats and Ajtracts promptly attend? 10 Office 1st N'tl Bank IJK --S LAYTON. N. U TT"l(iuán lo copy. Read your ad, i I and if an errsr is found bow- I ever slkght, notify us at owe. - 1 I t M' " MOTJOÍ 1B ltLlATUII Department of th Interior, U. B. U Offloe at Clayton. N. M., July zst 1917. Notice It hereby giren that Willi Ira. Poiuí. of Sedan. N. M.. who, Juna 19. 1913. mad Homestead En,v" Serial No. 016435. for 8W. 1-4. Secf1'. 10, Township 22N, Rapg 36 E., Nj'" P. Kerldlan baa filed notlc of lr tlon to maka Three Tear Proof. W- " tabllsh claim to the land atfbve,0 " crlbed, before Register and Re at Clayton. 1"'" 1917. I I 1 DR. a E. KELLER jallo Dentist Over Dean's Bakery Offic Paoa 101B Claytom j. No. 021421, for E. 1-1 EE. IT. B. 1-J NE, Section . nehlp SO N., ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 25 August 1917

THE OTTO-JOHNSO BP if DO c Have Leased This Page and AH Readers This Paper Should Read P- regularly. -oh . ... .. , In the future the Bargains Listed Here and the Announcements Made will be the most Important News to the People of this County that--$n or will be carried in any Paper in this trade territory News ttfct will result in the saving of many dollars to the buying Public. The OTTO-JOHOSON COMPANY Buy in Large Quantities and give their Customers th& benefit in I owe r Prices than can be made by their Competitors. - '"- -" " " ! A m T AND A UL Y MY t 5 S 0 0 OHHSON CLAYTON, 1NÉW MEXI :SO 0 uuuuirrrrm 'n"i" " - "

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 1 September 1917

nd bore an envitable reputa V r if ' BU 11a . FT .( l I ) i, ) i BEVOTED TO THE IHTRRRST OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COM&fUNtTY (feg - S VOLUME X CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 17. NUMBER SC. '.V,' , DEPUTY SHERIFFS EÍCGH O GENTRY FfiULLY .BIMBO BY EQST O '4 í It. 1. . --7 Í Perhaps the most Cold blooded and uncalled for affair that Union county has over known was the murder Saturday afternoon of Dep-j ty Sheriffs Pablo Dacca and E. R. Gentry at Mosquero, in the south part of the county, by Ernest Long, a ír.aji who lives near that place, y According to the story of two eye witnesses whose names we were un able lo .learn, Long entered the aloon at - Mosquero an$ without . Any provocation began shooting up .the place, his especial target appear ing to be a new- typewriter and the furniture in general. Mr. Bacca. wh wds in charge of the place at tlu lime, remonstrated with him, and they finally grappled, Mr. Bacca holJii.e him by üie pistol hand. Lon...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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