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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 January 1915

r ,S O GOTTOii'S r mm: i . . ECY 8TAPLE MUST PAV RAN SOM INTO THE COFFERS OF ' WAR. c Nation Ring With Cries of Stricken Industry. 1 By Peter Radford lecturer National Farmer1 Union. KIna; Cotton has suffered more from the European war than any other ag ricultural product on the American continent. The aholl of the belliger ents have bursted over his throne, frightening his subjects and shatter ing hlB markets, and, panic-stricken, i he nation cries out "God save the king!" People from every wali of life have contributed their m'te toward rescue work. Society ha danced before the king: mParly has decreed that the family wardrobe shall contain only cotton goods: the press has plead with the public to "buy a bale": bankers have been formulating hold ing plans; congress and legislative bodies have deliberated over relief mensures: statesmen and writers have grown eloquent expounding the Inalienable rights of "His Majesty" and presenting schemes for preserv ing the financial integrity o...

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. — 16 January 1915

A Store for Women&Clrls SIMON HERZSTE13N Clayton's Only Ready-to-Wear Store C?1 - ' o ISP Mlii ii h n SluCS AH Winter Goods Nov go at a Sacrifice We are getting read' to buy Spring goods. This sale means business for us, Í and bargains for you. Read the list of goods on sale and note the reductions, we have no room to store Winter goods during the summer, so here goes read the . reductions- WE'RE CLOSING OUT All Women's Ready-to-wear Coats, Dresses, Skirts, Waists, Tailored Suits and House dresses. - - - $8.50 $850 $12. .50 Ladies' All Vool Tailored Suits that formerly sold at $15.00 only five suits left, take your choice we're closing "em" out at $8.50. $8 50 $8 50 $1.50 Ladies Waists now 98c $1.50 House dresses now $1.00 $3.00 Ladies Tunic Skirts $2.00 $7.50 Ladies Coats now $5.00 $6.50 Ladies Coats now $4.34 Hart SchafFner and Marx, sport Coats for women on sale too. - We're Closing Out Men's 75c Caps at 50c We're Closing Out Men's and Roy's 75c Sweater at 50c We're Closing O...

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. — 23 January 1915

CLAYTON DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UMUILD1NG OF THE COMMUNITY. Volume VIII Clayton, New Mexico, Saturday, January 23. 1915 No. 4 1PTQ I 1! 1 "JIMMY" DELIVERS THE GOODS Smith and Miera, Elected Pejin scuta Uves lrnwn Coun- . tij People, Kicked Out of House by Parti sa n Jíeni Mica n King OUTRAGE PULLED OFF BY CAUCUS Only Two Republicana in House of Sufficient Stamina to Take Stand for Honor and Pight Santa Ve, Jan. 20. By a vole of I house or placed in its hand for enn '27 to 20 the house tonight unseated "'deration and the house fi.iHll took .o i ills action upon the report of the i C. Smith and berapio Miera, ' ... "majority which was absolutely bare democrats, from I'nion county, and. . . , " , . ' of any reference to the vote for the ealed O.-.T. Toombs and Candelario j respective candidates, confirming it Vigil, republicans. Messrs. Calmer self entirely to unsupported alleya il Tavlnr. reD'iblicans. and Tharp. 1 tinns of fraud and irregularity by social...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 23 January 1915

í X An Unusal Woman Announcing the death of Mr. Ro bert R. Brownell, which occurred on .Un. , the New York Fvening Poit relates tome interesting fact con cerning the life )f this remarkable woman. To Mr. Brnwnrll belonged the distinction of having been one of the few wouan who diluted in the army during the Civil War a a toldier. Mr Brownell, who before - her marriage wa Mis Katy Southwell, n born at Caffrsris, on the coast of Ati tea. Hrr father was a scotch man and a soldier in the British army. It was mh.il the was living at Ontral Falls. R. I., that the war broke out. at which place she had met and married Robert Brownell. She became his bride just (bree data befóte the first call came for volunteers. Brownell was a member of Mechanic ttirlrs nt Fiovldeuce, and when he announced his intention of if "in a to the front, his wife insisted on accompanying him She enlisted with him in the First Rhode Island Btltery of Volunteers, and for the next three years took tmrt in the campaign...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 23 January 1915

Due from ImnUs, C,284 73 n II I I Si .jj;.',... . ., The Ford Coupelet the car of class ni style (or every month In the year In ny kind ol weather ver city or country roads. You 'are always snug and cozy and comfortab'e Inside the new Ford Coupelet. Fold the top and In less than two minutes you have a smart, roomy roadster. Ideal (or women who drive their own cars (or physicians, architects, contractors all business and professional men. All the speed, power and usefulness o( the gas car, with the conveniece and exclusiveness of the electric. Ford Coupelet $7W; Ford Sedan $75: Ford Town car $690; Ford Touring Car $490; Ford Runabout $440; All fully equipped f. o. b. Detroit. .1. Allon Wykoif, Agent, Clayton, Nw Mexico. Buyers will share in profits if we sell at retail 300.000 new Ford cars between August 1914 and August 19 15 I -JUS READ THE ALBUQUERQUE EVENING HERALD I News of to World by Associated Pmi Leased Wlra. Newt of New Uexico and Eastern Arizona by Special Corre ftpondenta...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 23 January 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS OFFICIAL PAPER OF UNION COUNTY SUTHERS t DURAN, Proprietor! Cha. Surucas, Editor ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR laund as "murd Ctaw Matlar OctoBa ink M tfca Peat Oflla at Clayton. N. anoW th Aot ol March 3rd. 1879. SATURDAY, JANUARY S3, 1915 Results of the "Jimmy" There is no question about it. The contest case from this county were not settled on their merits and according to the evidence The majority needed the two seats and got them, while Union county citizenship was crucified on the al tar of greed and injustice. Of course we feel pretty soie about it in fact, we feel rebellious. It was against such high handed wrongs that Washington and his ragged artuv fought in the Rev olution. We cannot undet stand what process of reasoning any American citizen can employ that will cause him to take such action as was taken by the majority in the legislature in these cases. There is no use to denounce them or call them names the contempt of the honest people of this county will be far...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 23 January 1915

.-J...: 11771 l"l"njT? 71 ' ! TWO WEEKS BEGINNING MONDAY, JANUARY 18 AND ENDING SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1915 I a LEARMCE .A real Sale Not Gotton Up By Professional Robbers Just Plain Facts and Plain Sure Enough So Despite the fact that we had very satisfactory business last year for which we are duly thankfully to our friends and patrons. Our stock is fuller in some lines than we care to have it at that this time of the year and in view of the fact that our Spring stock of goods will be ccming in before many weeks, we are going to put on this Semi-Annual Clearance Sale in order to reduce our stock and give to the people of Clayton and surrounding country a chance to select frcm our large stock such goods as they can use at very low prices. Below .we list a few of the many bargains we are going to offer you during this sale. - - - SEM-AÜUAÍ SAIJE All Ladies and Children Suits, Coats, Dresses and Skirts 331 per cent off Í45.00 garments "... 1 only $33.00 35 C O 32 GO 50.00 j 27 50 25.00...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 23 January 1915

Likes Union County The Clayton News, Clayton, S. Mrx. Mv dear Sir: Af I left I nion County, it was sug (csttd to mr that ou Mould like a report of my it-it to the schools of Union County. I liad a nio-t delght ful vi-.it, all the way from Nara Via lo Folsom. Vour pcnple were courteous to me at every point, and I found your h.mls doing excellent work. One thing that pleased me most was the splendid order I found in so many schools. I congratulate the rounty upon it (.upcrintendent and his corps of teachrrs. 1 was not only impressed wi'li your schools, hut also with the splendid opportunities presented to the farmer. After seeing many sections of the farming districts ot this and adjoining (.tales, I am really ent htiiat ic over the opportu mties presented the ranchmen in your rounty. I aui-anxnusly looking forward foi another opportunity to visit among your delightful people. am Cordially your, Frank (I. II. Huberts, President. N. M. Normal Linnit.il), 1-as Venas, N. M. O T. Anderson...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 23 January 1915

r Piiialio Interior. U. 8 lA IV ..lanuarv 14. lt'lfi. 1 i A eiven that PrfuirM P I . who. on February -H I entry. Serial. No. OHV ,? J. Township 27n.. ranef . lian, ha filed notice of intention to .Year proof, to establish claim to the Ipscribcd. Iiefore Ldw. W. "ox. U. H. icr. t his olHce. at Clayton, N. M. on rtírjr of February. 191,1. Claimant name. witnesses: - - - Lnyd A. SmUh. Samuel W. Hallomi.n. Ollie W. Pnnlh, all of Mt Dora. N. M. and Ed Be mm of Clayton. New Mexico. ,1-21-2-20 , pa Valverde. Register Nolice fur Publication Department of the Interior, , S. Land OfRre nt riaylon. N. M.. January 8. 1916. Nolice is hereby Riven that Samuel T. Roac h. of Patteraon. N. M , who. on December B. 1"I2. mad! homestead entry. Serin). No. 0I52K2. for nw'i. n of awVj, ae'i of hw'i, iwS of nei, suc.'M. Township 2r,n.: rnnire 3le N. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of irtt-nlion to mnke Three Year proof. In cktsMMi c!nini to ti e land a:ve described, before the Kcirister and Koceiver, U....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 23 January 1915

Store for Women&Glrls SIMON HERZSTEIN Clayton's Only Ready-to-Wear Store , Store Alen & Ocv J r Shoes for Women Women's (un Met til Cabarette Button Shoes, Medium heels. Flexible Sole, K Last. $1.95 piir Women Vici Kid Shoes fíutton or La e, caban heel single sole, Ca toe $1 . 95 pair Women Gun Metal Calf Shoes. Mutton or Lace, elotli tops or dull mat tops Vz double soles, low and medium lieels. The Dest Ever Shown in Clayton at $2.50 a pair Dorothy Dodd Shoes The Faultless Fitting: Footwear lor Women and Growing Girl's if you want A'eat Dressy, Good Fitting, yet Com fortable and Good Wearing shoes. Then Try a Pair of These $3.50 UP TO $5.00 To The Public The folio inn patents have hem in thr ( layton Land Office a number of years, and will le delivered to anyone sending Final Certificate, or worn Matenient, that I lie) are t lie owner of the land in question: Charle F. Allison, patent No. 013; Aztex IjiikI .V Cattle Co. Nos. TMM, 6 145, 61 0, C , 5 1 0, 6508, 550, 8S25, 88 ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 30 January 1915

Toribio Martines of near Pasamonte 17; Nicanor Arguello, pet. 16; pet. I; Iombio Martines, pet. 5; Fermi n Miera of near Beenham, ON NEW r.lTTO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. V oíame VIII Clayton, New Mexico, Saturday, Jarnary 30. 1915 N.. 5 c-L a ir r J. rr The People Be Damned The rote of the majority of the house of representatives last night to et Antonio T. Chave as member irom Sierra county was a fitting cul mination for the whole cheap, sordid xnd ugly exhibition of lawlessness uiven by the majority under the whip of the coal dictators and other little bosses. Anti.nio T. Chaves lias aboit as much right to the seat irom Sierra county as Emiliano Zapata up Inhnnv ffinwiiv. Kv hi own ' .howing he was defeated for the position by a large majority and the caucus doesn't even claim he was fleeted This is certainly, the final crowning canstone of political hood lumism. Efery thing is now lovely. Four representatives chosen by the voters have ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 30 January 1915

Sedan Valley Notes Some farmers in our part of the county seem dissatisfied with returns from their lust year's crop. Perhaps they should, lut we are not of that opinion. The more people jzet, the more they want. Do you suppose they could fuiil another farming country where three to four acres-of ground will glow a ton ol liroomrorn. and where mair.e or feterita makesa' ton per acre on inch a malí amount of cultivation? And isn't it strange why tome of them stand around and "holler," a the hoys sav, about this country and how sorry they are that they ever came here, when perhaps they starved out of the Missouri Ozarkt or some dry section of Texis where one croj in seven hits and makes f 8 00 per acre on $75.00 land? Culd some one suggest a remedy for this kind of people? Mrs. Cenrge I. Vy le has just re turned frnn an extended lisit with relatives in Southern Texas. School has been suspended for a week at P le school house on account of the illness of Mrs. B I. Cmuger, wife of the 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. — 30 January 1915

a 'u!J German General Seas Service In Four Wars, SEVENTY-EIGHT, STILL ACTIVE Vataran of War With Denmark, War With Austria and War af 1870-1 Goaa Back to Battlafialda and Lands ' Valuabla Aid In Directing Dastiniaaof Army Operating In Belgium. Berlin. "Your mnjonty. In the war of . tK7-1 I left a rib In France. Now 1 want fo go bark nnd get It." Thus Count von Haoiwler, "father of 1 the modern German army," the sol Nurrlvlns lender of the old action! of iiillitnrmin und now nttacbed to the general staff of the German crown prince's nruiy operating In Kelglum rcquexted the 5ermun emteror to as - sien him to new duties on the outbreak - "f the war. Von riaeseler i u great orsanlzer ii lid lias done much to retain the prlucl pies. as luid down by the elder Von Moltke, uncle if the present field mnr : Kblll. He belonss to un old Prussian boils; f Hie nobility which was ennobled 'more tbnn two centuries ago. Ills name Is Gottlieb Ount von llueseler und h was horn on Jan. 10. 1S.".0. - Co...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 30 January 1915

ME CLAYTON NEWS OFFICIAL PAPER OF UNION COUNTY SUTHERS & DURAN. Proprietors Chas. Suthers, Editor ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR InUnd mm Sword Claa. Matter Uctuhrr lVtb t the Pnl Oflica at Clayton. N. M.. under tho Act ol March 3rd. 1879. SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1915 A Minister's Idea Rev. B. Z. McCo Hough, pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Santa le, preached a scathing sermon last Sunday ngainst the wrong done t lie people of New Mexico by the "jimmy" caucus in practically disfranchising the peo ple of four counties The minister wis iiiispariug in denunciation of such methods. Read his perora tion: " No party exigency can justify personal wrong and dishonor. Liste;.: I would rather he a poor shepherd out there in the wilds of Midiau, alone with my Cod, with a clean conscience, than to sit up on the throne of Egypt at my ease than to sit in a purchased seal in the United States senate than to occupy a STOLlvN seat in the New Mexico legislature. Men who become thieves for party ad vantage...

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. — 30 January 1915

.4 Hon. . ....in and T. S. find Alalias L. Casados, members, Juan J. Duran, clerk. Orpkr or Incorporation The matter of the petition of the so-called town of Des Moines, New Mexico, as embraced and situated on Hnd upon section Ten in township i wenty-nine north of range twenty, tune east, N. M. 1. M. in Union 'utility, New Mexico, coming on fir ( hearing this th day of January, A. D., 1915, during the tegular January 1915 term of this Court, and the court having hereto Jure appointed Andres Garcia with directions to take th census of said section and report his doing on or before the first day of the present term of court, and the hoard having lurther directed Alon.o C. Loveless, the countv surveyor, to make a prop er survey of mid section and to mark the corners and center thereof with suitable and proper monuments as re quired tiy law, and it now appearing hat the mid Andres Garcia has filed Ins report showing l(iO peopli re siding within finid described territory, and it furl tie...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 30 January 1915

Regular Session of The Board of County Commissioners Held Monday. January 4th, 1915. There being present the Hon. Salome Garcia, chairman and T. S. Snyder and Matías L. Casado, members. Juan i. Duran, clerk. Continued from ffth pava Vitneeth: That the aaid J. F Adam, hereby agreea to hreak well the kurface of the (.'round in the Court House block and in the lawns and parking surrounding the Court house, and to till the entire parking between the street coping and the side walk surrounding said block with good productive earth and to bring all of the said lawn and parking to a grade within two inches of the top of the side walk throughout. Which grade shall be uniform giving a level appearance to the said grounds. Said arty of the first part farther agrees to plant and sow, said grounds when brought to grade, and pre pared as shove specified with grass seed, at the proper time f.ir sowing such grass seed, and to guarantee at , (llile, thence North of N. V. about uniform stand and cov...

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. — 30 January 1915

J claim fn ,,J W. Fox, U, Vt Clayton, N. M- on i o y.-. wr-efTlHHi. - Claimant name at witnesses: l-nyd A. í miih. Samuel W. Haldeman, Ollie W. Smith, all of Mt Dora, N. M. and Ed Bergin.of layton. New Mexico. -3-2-20 ' raí Valverde. Register Notice fur Publication Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office ' Clayton. N. M . January , 1916. Notice Is hereby Riven that Samuel T. Roach, of Patterson, N. M . who. on December 6. I'W, mde homestead entry. Serial, No. 01522. for i wV4, n't of wVj. se' of aw",. of ne't. c. 8, Township tin., range Sle.. N. M. P. Meridian, haa filed notice of intention to make Three Year proof, to establish claim to the land uliove dr-scrib-d. before the Register and Receiver. U. S. Land Oftlco. at Clapton. N. M.. o-i f.eKth day of February, 1915. Claimant names as witnesses: William T. Onte. of Patterson, N. M Charles Perry, of Patterson. N. M.. Ferman M Huslcey. of Pennington. N. M.. Giles Cogdill. o( Penning. .n. N. M. Í --3-?-2 Pai Va lvcrde. Register...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 30 January 1915

;ViÑ A Store for Uomen&Clrls sIMOl I í Clayton's 'ear Store IlilC SALE "!"""" ,r""''"T f I - -i s SI J All f Copynjtil Han fcUiul tl Mars An Old Tim Recipa. Some adrice tu secure health and longevity in found In tin old and unl deiitlUel print: I'trst, take adrice from none; consult only yourself; second, take your diKeMtlon Into your couB deoce und plnce yourself at Its dis posal, llNteuliK to no suggeHUon from your palate, which Is reedy and self tab; third, avoid all books on diet and sleep tn a room wtb the windows open, and. fourth, take a cheerful view of your HurroundlhifM and allow as lit tie as iKWMlhle to disturb your serenity l"l"H"H"H-:-M'i 1)11111 I !! BACKBONE OF FARM PLAN. The biU'kboue of any success ful farm ilmi U the wyutcin fol lón ed In rroi iuihIui'IIoii. says the Country eiitlciiiau AUiut the flmt iIiIuch the county nirctit looks Into lien he Isita I lie farm are wlictln-i :i ui il cmihIi llshcd rotiitioii is roiiMblniily followed from Jinr to je.ir mid wh...

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. — 6 February 1915

V í í . i ON NEW 1 1" i DEVOTEl TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. Clayton, New Mczict, Saturday, February 6. 191 S Ns. f " Speech Smith Didn't Make Juit before the vote wat taktn in fti house of representatives n the. resolution declaring Smith and Miera, i 'ie Democrat of Union ceunty, to i t no longer member of the bouie, lldseting, in their placea, Tootnba Mid Vigil, Repreientative Smith -ked Speaker Romero to grant him t-n minutes for a "farewell" addrett. Judge Mann, Republican house lead- r, immediately objected on the i'iound that Mr. Smith wat no long- r a house member, and Speaker I!oroero sustained the objection. Mr. ""ÍTnUh sat down. The address that Mr. Smith at 'j t-mpted to deliver in the house he j I md previously prepared. In part, i t follows: J "Mr. Speaker and members of tbe I Srcond legislative assembly of the S iale of New Mexico: j Only few- days ago we stood - l-efore this speaker's desk and took tbe oath of office. Whil...

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. — 6 February 1915

Leandro M. Gallegos J of R Pet Regular Session of The Board of County Commissioners Held Mondar, January 4th, 1915 There beinjj present the Hon. Salome Garcia, chairman and T. S. Snyder and Matia. I.. Casados, members, Juan J. Duran, clerk. . Continued from la,t week (The following claims were allow ed and ordered paid?) Nohcrto Vied. J of E Pet I . 191 2. Jose Carci y Clmver., J of E Pet 14, 1914. 2. Samuel Vigil, C of K Pet It, 1914. 2. Fred B. Moore, C of E IVt 14, 1914, 2. M. T. Nix. J of Ren Pet 20 1914. 3. E. F. Snyder, J of Keg 3. J. O. Stetson, J of R and J of E Pet 20 1914, 5. V. J. SteKe J ofE Pet 20 1914, 2. J. II Savles J of E Pet 20 1914, 2, . s VVni. Britton C of K IVt 20 1914, a Geo. E. Dysener C of E IVt 20 1914, 2. F. A. StubhiiiB J of R and J of E IVt 28 1914, ñ. V, Kmerlck J of K and J of E Pet 28. 1914, 5. Le Kov Mctlure J of K and J of E Pet 28 1914. 5. Sain Forker J of E Pet 28 1914, 2. I.ee Forker C of K- Pet 28 1914, Ferdinand Woodruff J of E IVt 20 1914. 2. ...

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