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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 1 May 1915

Attention, Homestedcars All legal advertising la this pener la read and cometed aeeordlng to copy. Rad yoor ad and If aa error . found, however, alight, notify oa at anca. ( Notice for Publication Department of Itie Interior, U. S. Land Office at Clnylon, N. M, Mar. 2ó, 1915. Nolic is bereby given tbat Hun can S. Thomas, of Seneca, N. M., who, on February 2, 1911, made, H. K. Serial No. 0I27CI, for S. 1-2 Ne. 1-4, and X. 1-2 So. 1-i, Section 7, Township 27 N., flango 33 E, N. M. 1. Meridian, ha filed notice of in tention to make tthree year proof to establish claim to the land above described, before Register and Re ceiver, U. 8. Land Ollico at Clayton, X. M on the 12th day of May, 1915. Claimant names as witnesses: John A. Becker, Joseph M. Har der, V. A.'fioach, Sammio A. Price, nil of Wanelte, N. M. 4-3 5-8 Paz Valverde, Register. Notice for Publication IVparlment of the Interior, U. S. Land Ofllce at Clayton, N. M, March 25. 1915. Ndtice is hereby given that Ira Massey, of Sedan...

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. — 1 May 1915

RETAIL- rrnnnv TTfTTTT CMMM 1 MA M 1LJ 1 WHOLESALE I E8ERCAHT Set Quality Merchants I EVERYTHING TO EAT AND WEAR V. t Low Price Makers N2 MM i ES i I i i 0. 1 New Spring Merchandise This great store is amply ready for outfitting everyone. The wealth of new goods that we have on display is amazing. We are unusually well equipped to take care of your wants this season. Vf i l 1 w m i UNDER WEAR UNDERWEAR Did you realize that it's time to shed your winter under wear and get into some cool, comfortable underwear such as we are showing? Ladies' pure white Lisle Un ion Suits all sizes 35c, 50c, 75c to $1.50 per suit. Misses Lisle and Nazareth Waist Union Suits 35c and 50c. Boys' Balbriggan and Poros-Knit Union Suits 50c each. Mens' Lisle, Poros-Knit, B. V. D., checked nain sook and Soisette Union Suits $1.00 to $2.50 per suit. We have just received a beautiful line of figured Foulard Silks' in all the best colors in 8 yard Dress Patterns, $9.00 per pattern, no two alike. KAB0 CORSETS If y...

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. — 8 May 1915

TT i'-l TT CLAYTON NEWS 1 1 - , T DEVQTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. ' VOLUME VIII. CLAYTON, NEW .MEXICO, SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1915. . No 19. M NY GO TO DES MOINES, N. M. ! ShaUuck, Okla., Papcr.'Gives CJnod Roost to Union County anil to the Town of Dos Moines. The New Mexico fever as a kind of epidemic lias prevailed here for (lie past year. More than a year ago the disenso mado its appearance in a mild form in our county. A few of our citizens, through a desire for cheap lands, were exposed and con tracted the disease, and it has been spreading ever since. Good crops were raised in that section of the country the past year and the prospects are Une for a re peater this year, and this fact is at- trading many people to that coun-. try. The Monitor man has been over the country several times, and can say that it is a beautiful coun try. The soil is rich, and when the "wild" is subdued it will no doubt he a very productive country. We are no...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 8 May 1915

Ihm- Teles for Casados of the LOCAL AND PERSONAL J. K. Itliodcs of iH'ldn, lirotiKlit a loful of feed to town Tuesday. V. C, Johnson returned Sunday fro mu biiHini'MS trip to Amarillo. 1 All rubber goods, drugs and drug Miudrit'S at the City Drug Store. Frank Hoover of war Seneca, at tended to business in the city Mon day. S. Smith, of Sedan, made a bus ine.s.s trip to the county seat Mon day. (irandpa Kdmotidson attended to huKiness in Clayton the first of the week. Chas. K. Lord spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Texline attending to business. A. L. Stone, tlie Texline merchant, attended to business in the city Tuesday. II. H. Sammon, -operator at the C. A S. depot left Tuesday for Ludlow, Colorado. ' Attorney Josepr Gill and family made a trip to Amistad the first of the week. V. A. Swanson of near Thomas, was a business visitor and trader in the rity Tuesday. Mrs. M. C. Hammond and daugh ter of near Clapham, were Clayton traders Wednesday. Or. C. K. Keller, the popular den tist, mad...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 8 May 1915

TRAMPAIUS A large crowd gathered at the Wftckel home Saturday evening to attend a party which was held in honor of Miss Lottie. All sorts of games were played, and a fine lunch was served. Fred Kimcrline and Fred Bishop of Ohio, were pruesls of the floush family last week. Quite a crowd attended the Sam uel Hillis sale near Amistad last Saturday. We have another ranch started on the flats. Chas. Kappus of Toledo. Ohio, and Fred J. Hoelderlo of Clay ton, have withdrawn from the Ohio Ranch Company. Fred J. Hoelderlo is looking after their interest, and C W. Floush after the interests of the Ohio Ranch Company. There was two days of branding and dehorning at the H. O. Magru der ranch last week. Will Weckel is putting in a lot of fence on his homestead, and is also putting down a well. Looks as if there will be something doing pret ty soon. Alfred Cook has built another ad dition to his house and it has made quite an improvement to the same. Mr Moorhead, Mr. Shepard, and Ben Dickson wen...

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. — 8 May 1915

THE CLAYTONNEWS OFFICIAL PAPER OF UNION COUNTY SUTHERS it DURAN. Proprietor! ' Cha. Suthers, Editor ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR ; i Cntand M Saeond CIms Mattar Oetobar ltk t ths Peat Offies at Clayton. N. M.. andar the Act of March 3rd. 1879. Saturday, May 8, 1915 A muss meting was held at'. Un opera house Tuesday evening for tilt purpose of discussing tlie prop osition of voting additional school district bonds, the proceeds to b. used in erecting a modern high school building. A number of lead ing citizens expressed themselves as favoring the bond issue, and an elec tion will be called for that purpose. Clayton has a good hi-Wool building, better than is generally found in the average western town; butClny ton is not an average town and has outgrown her present school build ing and equipment, so that it ap pears that the bond issue and an additional school building is an ab solute necessity.- School buildings and schools always claim great at tention from the man and family who are si.ing...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 8 May 1915

A FillEüD CI HEED A FBiEtlD OEED , I Sammtl 10. Mat a. Jonathan' Lav For David A Modal Friandahip I ta Tatt 4ta Enduran. It Basie Friendship ' Being Last. Selfishness ah Impanding Dangar. "A friend Umk ml all Mata." Pro. n.-fl. TT ISTOItY record noble example H of friendship; but supreme 1 amongst these Is tlie friend-. alllll tllA tnra T.inntKnn 1 Baul's sou and prospective heir of tb throne of Israel, for David, bin rival Id the people's hearts and In tV Dlvlni Program. The nnsclUsbiu-Hs of blf friendship dcmoustrnles n nobility of character posies.sl by orne lu'tbosf days, and quite In contrast with th Kvolutlon theory. Jonathan's loving spirit stands out In strong contrast with King Saul'i Jealous spirit. Apparently .louathuu'D first meeting with Dnvtil was ufter th lattcr's victory ever tiolliit'u. Instead of thinking of I'uvkl im n tivnl, whi must Ins cruHhed. the uolile Jonathan took off his ov.-n prlnrely robe and gar It to David, together with his sword and his fnmous bow. ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 8 May 1915

ANCIENT TOOTHPICKS. They Used to Be Mad f Silver and War Worn In th Hat. Tbe employment of toothpicks U rery tnclrnt Id Grote's "Ulstory of Greece" we And that Agnthoclea, "among; tbe wont of Greeks," waa poisoned by a ifaedlcated julll banded to. blm for cleaning bla teeth after dinner. ' Toothpicks were In common nae In tbe time of tbe Caesars. Martial tella ua those made of. a chip of mantle wood (ientlscus) are tbe beet, but that If you rfin short of such timber a quill will err your purpose, and he ridicule an did fop who was In tbe habit of dig ging away at his gums with bis polish ed lentiscos, though he bod not a tooth left In his bead. ' Toothpicks occur early of silver, but piece of wood or of feathers with a red end as quills in our day were most llsunL Tbo toothpick is the Anglo-Saxon totbgure. Tbe old name was pick tooth. It was Imported by travelers from Italy and France, and tbe ustnz Of it was long deemed an affected murk of gentility. It was worn as a trophy In the ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 8 May 1915

Attention, Hotiestedtars Afl Irtrml advertiiins- in th's paper a reed and corrected sccnrdins itlnur, Rnd your ad and If aa arror found, however slight, notify at at osee. Notice lor Publication Department of tho Interior, U. S. Land Office at Clayton, N. M., Mar. 25, i015. Noln:.' is horcby given that Dun can S. Thomas, of Seneca, N. M who, on February 2, 1011, made II. E. Serial No. 012701, for S. 1-2 No. 1-4, and N. 1-2 Se. 1-4, Section 7, Township 27 N, RanKe 35 E., N. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of in tention to make ttlireo year proof to establish claim to the land above described, before Register and Re ceiver, U. S. Land Onice at Clayton, N. M, on the 12th day of May, 1915, Cluiiiiaiil names as witnesses: John A. Becker, Joseph M. Har der, W. A. Roach, Sarnmio A. Price, all of Wanolte, N. M. 4-3 5-8 . Paz Yalverde, Register. Notice for Publication Department of the Interior, U. S. Land (Hike at Clayton, N. M, March 25, 1915. Notice is hereby given that Ira Massey, of Se...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 8 May 1915

WHOLESALE RETAIL V 2 ffiCAMK OTIPA1 m Low Price Makers Sjá Sz?. Quality Merchants EVERYTHING TO EAT AND WEAR É8 PIRE 3 i3S . ' 3 Ticí I . íM i.. i .1. L lJ. Ll J iL i-.11 ? 1 f !iL i- tj! Jusi as one anuíales wun a certain cnurcn, or louge, or scnooi, so uo mey eveniuany pin iceir iauu iu muuc one htr sfnre in which to do the bulk of their trading. This is both riant and fair for as thev come to í3 . . . . . 1 . lí () know the store better, their interest in it increases and develops it becomes their store, in more ways than tfi one we are aoing our Desi 10 mane mis me one store inai you win pin your to. si m v, LADIES SHIRT WAISTS Z We are showing this week a new line of Crepe de Chine shirt waists in white, black, Copenhagen, navy, pink and .imofjs Putty colors Price $3.00 fAIU CHOCQ CHARMING NEW WASH GOODS For the whole family! In Crepe Voiles, Lace Cloth, Chiffon de Chines, Costume for dress and for ev Crepes, Flaxons and Beach Cloth in white and sand colors, ery occasion. Call ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 May 1915

CLAW ON NEWS i J L J DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME VIII. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1915. .' No. 20. PROGRAM FOR CLOSE OF SCHOOL New Firm For Clayton THE PRESIDENT'S .NOTE IS FIIUI LOCAL AN1 PERSONAL A NATION TOO PROUD TO FIGHT V Interesting Pronram Prepared by Faculty; Facts Concerning Work Acrompli:ihcd by Pupils. . v The baccalaureate sermon will be preached Sunday, May 10th, at Uio Baptist church. The sermon will be delivered by Hev. J. Q. Herrín. Ev eryone is invited to attend,. Commencement night will be Fri day, May 21ul. The graduates are: Imn Hardgrave, Marion Chelf, Clar ence Loveless. Itev. Dum will deliv er the class address. Admission free. The commencement for county school -raduates for admission to the hi.i school wili he Thursday night. County Superintendent II. H. Errelt will (five the class address and present the diploman. There will be a nominal admission. AH of above exercises will be held a...

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. — 15 May 1915

N:-'f ' v..; v , ,. v vm ?2 7 LOCAL AND PERSONAL Jas. McArthur pf Texline, spent M outlay in Clayton. Hay Rebb of near Thomas, spent Tuesday in Clayton. H. K. Pace of near Seneca spent Tuesday in Clayton trading. All rubber goods, driifis and drug sjiulries at the City Drug Store. Mr. Denman of near (randview, was trading in town Wednesday.' W. H. Cook of Clarendon, Texas, baa accepted a position with II. V. Isaacs.' Chas. Chaney of near Seneca, was in Clayton Tuesday looking after business. 1J. C. Sargent, representativo of the Kl Paso Herald, spent Tuesday in the city. Mr. and Mrs. 1!. M. Catlin of lia tón, visited in Clayton the early part of the week. See G. C. Smith before you buy that buggy. He is agent for the best rig on the market If John Adelman, who has been em ployed at I lean's Ilakery, left Mon day night for Denver. H. II. Carson and wife returned Tuesday from Kansas, .where they have been visiting relatives. Ilexall lleniedies and Preparations are guaranteed best on t...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 May 1915

K. R. Carlton and R. C. Hovry, two of the lending business mm of Ar nett, Oklalioma, and old time friends of The News manarrivod In the city Friday morning in their car. They are seeking an investment In this country in order to get action on some of their surplus coin. Had you ever noticed in the columns of this paper how many substantial citizens have followed the editor to this good country. The News is widely circu lated in our old home county, and we take credit in the fact that it has had great influence in' bringing so many good people from that country he has the past month. A Sunday school was organized nt the New Homo school house last to Union county. 31 Hi SHOES - SHOES - SHOES Sunday. The following officers were elected: Supt. O. F. Sefton, Asst. Supt., I. T. Dodds, Sec. and Treas., Jas. M. McArthur, Librarian, Edna Smith. Everybody is cordially in vited to come and help make trie school a success. Moro fruit and shade trees have bin set out in the Valley this year than...

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. — 15 May 1915

of cigaruUo papero, will both bo t THE CLAYTONNEWS OFFICIAL PAPER OF UNION COUNTY SUTHERS t DURAN. Proprietors "; Cha. Suthürs, Editor ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CnlMfd as Second Claaa Mattar October lta I tb Peat Ortica at C la ton, N. M.. und the Act ot March 3rd. 1879. Saturday, May Id, 101. We are informed that the local school board has ordered an election for the purpose of voting bonds for the erection of a new high scliool building, and to repair the old build inwr. In the event that the bonds tarry the present building will he used for the grades. This it a move in the right direction and one that will bring credit to Clayton. A town is known to a great extent,' by its schools, and Clayton can and must be. in the front rank in everything. Vote for the bonds and for the ad vancement and prosperity of your town. Don't argue location w;í will have plenty of time to settle that after the expenditure h authorized. Christ was born tl'ii years before movable types were invented by Gu ten...

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. — 15 May 1915

A Store'. For Women and Girls SIMON HERZSTEIN ' Clayton's Only Roady-to-Wear Store A Store For Men and Boys V RDdasDOfTD OJimcdlcBirwcBaiir". 33 1-3 PER CENT REDUCTION THE GREATEST SALE OF MUSLIN UNDERWEAR IN THE HISTORY Jim M i : Muslin Skirts I Extra wide cmb. ruffle with 5in insertion above, 6?c Beautiful Muslin Gowns Worth 75c. $1.00 and $1.25 at 50c, 67c and 84cN Combination Suits 50 cents ' 67 cents - 84 cents Muslin Chemise 67 cents 50 cents '" Odd Bits of News Okeene, Okfa. Sunday, while Ol iver Zerby was ringing Uie bell in. a .church in this place, Uie clapper fell out of the bell, Btikins him upon the head. He died Sunday nit-hl. Frankfort, Ky. Chris Wobor, who was buried last -week, weighed 41'0 joundn. The largest stock- casket, three feet wide, was too smaii W hold the body so a special coffin had to be built. It was impossible to get this cofllu inside the church at Hop kins. It took twelve pall bearers to carry the remains. London, Eng. The king's exam ple on the liq...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 May 1915

i LOANS AND INVESTMENT We have money to loan on Farm Lands and t,tve Stock or other good securlty-bear-Ing property, and solicit the business ol 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 ft CO. Thompson Bldg. Clayton. . Al "TOUCH HOT MINE ANOINTED" J Bamutl iO. May U. King David's Trying Experiences The Cave of Adullam King David's Nephews Water From Bethlehem. David Twice Spared King Saul's Life. Lessons of the Hour. " pour entmltt, do poorf ta them thai kate yo."Luk t:27. OUTLAWED and bunted by King Saul, Duvld was Joined by un fortunates OKtratlzed from no fifty, uud hoou found uiuiself at the head of a company of about four hundred ineu, more or less oruied. It was a great training for lil futuro kingdom work. Amongst these were three of Invid'n nephews. One was Juab, who becume citptnlii of the host Abishnl and A salid were the others, who afterward tiecnnie renowned. For a tluie David and his comp...

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. — 15 May 1915

ATTENTION HOMESTEADERS All legal advertising in this paper is lead and corrected according to copy. Kead your ad and if an error is found, however slifclit, notify us at once. Department of the Interior, United laten Land Office. Clayton, N. M. M.ir. 27, 1915. .VOTH'R POR PUBLICATION , Notice Is hereby River, that the state of New Mexico has applied to select under the provisions of the Acts of June 20, 1910, and June 21, 1898, and the acts supplementary and amendn tory thereto, the following; public lands to-wlt: Ho rial 018721, List No. S!"26. 8R 1-4 SW. 1-4, 8. 1-2 8E. 1-4, Sec tion 13, T. 22 N., It. 28 E. Lot 4. SE. 1-4 SW. 1.-4. 8. l-l SE. 1-4 Section 18. and Lots 1-2-3-4 of Section 19. T. 21 N. It. 2 E. Serial 018722. List 3927. NC. 1-4 NE. 1-4, S. 1-2 NE. 1-4, SE. 1-4 NVV. 1-4. E. 1-2 SW. 1-4. BE. 1-4. Section 19, Lots 1-2-2 of Section 30. T. 23 N., II. 29 E. Serial 018723. List 8928. Lot 4. 1-2 NE. 1-4, SE. 1-4 NE 1-4, NE. 1-4 NW. 1-4, NE. 1-4 SW. 1-4. SE. 1-4 SW. 1-4, 8. 1-...

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. — 15 May 1915

rafal I lap i i 3fc I WMULtbALL I 3 tí 14 1 6? I ill 1 it na Pi ran n 52 If I I 1 i Si 51 isa i: RETAIL 3 IIS l?fl Í9 if i- vi as OTIO-MWN EiRCAKT I EVERYTHING TO EAT AND WEAR i? It COEMY Quality Merchants Low Price Makers P R B S T. I G B Just as one affiliates with a certain church, or lodge, or school, so do they eventually pin their faith to seme one big store in which to do the bulk of their trading. This is both right -and fair for as they come to p know the store better, their intesest in it increases and develops it becomes their store in more ways than one- we are doing our best to make this the one store that you will pin your faith to. SHOES LADIES SHIRT WAISTS We are showing this week a new line of Crepe de Chine shirt waists in white, black, Copenhagen, navy, pink and putty colors. PRICE $3.00 CHARMING NEW WASH GOODS In crepe violes, lace cloth, chiffons de chine, costume crepes, flaxons and beach cloth in white and sand colors, tissue ging hams, etc. at 20c, 25c, 35c, ...

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. — 22 May 1915

m:v mkmco at san diego CÜAVTON NEWS n n U ü DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP, AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME VIII. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, MAY 22,1915. No. 21. i Exposition Commission Secretary Will Serve Interests of the State During the Fair. . t 1 lit? San Diego Union of Saturday has the following: That the educational work to he accomplished through the Panama California exposition, while no more than its promoters expected, is a genuine and tangible thing, is at tested every day. Owing to the rapidly increasing demand for information, one of the state buildings on the grounds has found it necessary to broaden the scope of ' its work, and to shift its headquarters from the capital of tho slate to its building on the Via de I, os Estados. The New Mexico board of exposi tion managers has appointed one of its 'members, Guy A. Heed, an attor ney of Carlsbad, N. M., secretary treasurer of the board. Reed com pleted the transfer of the head quarters yes...

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. — 22 May 1915

ELECTRIC BOOT AND SHOE SHOP OLLIE B. COX. Proprietor ALL WORK. GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION SHOP IN BRUNS BUILDING LOCAL AND PERSONAL F. S. Hy90 of near Vance, was a trader in town Tuesday. Furniture for sale. Mrs. George Mohr. Call at residence. Adolph Schaefer of near Delfín, was trading in town Monday. J. E. Thompson of Kenton, came in Monday after a load of freight. Thos. Galvin of near Thomas, at tended to business in the city Mon day. G. W. Iloush of near Hayden, at tended to business in the city Mon day. W. J. McCoy of near Guy, attend ed to business in the city Wednes day. ' II. L. Haker of Kenton, spent the week in Clayton attending to busi ness. J. II. Hughes of the Cimarron, was a business visitor in the city Wed nesday. ' F. W. Warner of near Mexhoma, attended to business in the city Monday. Attorney O. P. Easterwood return ed Tuesday from a business trip to Trinidad. J. B. Taylor of Royce, was here Tuesday trading and looking after business. Chus. Hovey of the Barney...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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