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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 21 August 1915

TIIE CLAYTOM NKUS, M MM zi, ESi UÁIRY HERE IS OUR PLATFORM Gone nrc the opportunities of Yesteryear. Let's make the most of 1913. We, the members of the New Mexico State Fair Commission, agree with the people or New Mexico, Unit the 1913 State Fair will deliver the floods. Signed: It. i:. PITNEY, President. II. II. BKTTS, Vice President. C. A. SC1IFA RICH, Sec.-Treas H. W. WILEY, Secy to Com. Note. Watch this space every week for the news of the greatest state fair ever held in the Southwest. The dales, October ll-Ifi, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Utile Hero of Clil War" Retires i Washington, Aug. 17. The "lit Must hero of the civil war" is soon' i o retire from activo army service,! uul this action will sever the last' link between the Union army ot' ivil war days and the United States army of today. ! On Friday, August Vi, Col. John i Lincoln Clem terminated an active military service of more than 43 years, begun as "the drummer boy of Cliicainauga " when 2 years old.; Oil. Clem lias ...

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. — 21 August 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS, AUGUST 21, 1913. THE CLAYTON NEWS FTICUL PAPER OP CBTIOI OOÜKTT CHAM. P. IVTIIERI (HIGH) K4ltr Owmi ONE DOLLAR PEIt YEAR Cntared second cUm matter Octo ber 2. 110, at the poetofflca at Clay ton. New Mexico, under the Act of March J. 117. Saturday, August 21, 1915. And it erupted-imilation and more hot air. Flfty-Fifty Of course it doesn't really make any difference whether Mr. Guyer is competent or incompetent. In either event he is a nonentity and joke insofar as official business in either the county, slate or nation is con cerned. It seems that the gentle man, and no one will deny that he is a gentleman when he can think of it, has not time to have a little sense. Lack of the USE of brains, not the lack of brains on the pari of Mr. Guyer himself, is the cause of the gentleman's real or imaginary troubles. We know that Mr. Guyer and associates, however indignantly they may deny it, offered unquali fied support to any and every official who would give them ALL bus...

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. — 21 August 1915

SIMON HERZSTEI1N Store For Women I and Girls Store for Men and Boys Clayton's Only Ready-to-Uear store f. I - : 1 1 . I IM Ik 11 i J l Jl I J fifi fl GOODS AT the most remarkable prices ever known on high class merchandise you as ladies dresses, boys wash suits and mens overalls V2 Price. Special s late styles, your choice 75c this week. Remember the summer season is here now bargains in all kinds of summer merchandise. Buy now and Vz Price ióc Blue Chnmbray Wash Suits for Jmvs 37 ioc 00 Blue and Wliite Striped Suits for Boys " 50c it .25 Heavy Gallatea Suits for Boys Now. " G 1-c 1-2 Price All Wash Suits for Boys 1-2 Price New Goods iow is your opportunity to buy a "Poppy OWeir Tam o" Shanter Cap for ladies in Black and While Checks and Black and White Stripes, Choice óüe School Supplies Now is the time to ge(, ready for school. All kinds or tablets, crayons and lead pencils. New school books are on hand. Will explain exchanges on books to you on purchases of new books All old book...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 21 August 1915

THE CLAYTON MS US, AU.im The Mason Fruit Jar is standard in American homes. Others claim their product to bo "Just as good as the Mason." Mason Jars are carried in flock by It. V. Isaacs. 3S-U Only Wilson in 1916 Detroit, Mich., Aug. 17. At the end of a trip which has covered 11,000 miles, Senator Henry F. As hurst of Arizona, is now making a FOR LIGHT BREAD. LIGHT BISCUITS, LIGHT CAKES AND Í LIGHT HEART, USE AMERICAN LADY FLOUR KNOWN EVERYWHERE AS THE BEST t For Sale Only by I HILGERS & BARNHART f CLAYTON, - - NEW MEX. t ELECTRIC BOOT AND SHOE SHOP OLLIE B. COX. Proprietor ALL WORK (U' Alt AN I T.K.I) TO CilV !'. SATISFACTION SHOP BY THE CLAYTON NEWS GIVE CS A TRIAL .................................................. , LOANS AIND DISCOUNTS We have money to luun of Farm Lands anil Live Stock or other good Hecurity-hearing property, and t-olc it tl-e business of farmers who desire to add to their heids or in need of money to improve tlieir land A. W. THOMPSON. Thompson Bldg. CLAYT...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 21 August 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS, AtT.l ST 21, 1913, ATTEXTIOrf, HOMESTEADERS All legal advertising In thla paper la read and corrected according to copy. Read your ad, and If an error la found however slight, notify ua at one. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U S Land Office at Clayton, N M, July 15, 1915 Notice la hereby given that John William Másele of Thomas, New Mex ico, who, on May 19, 1911, made Home stead Entry, Serial No 013288, for SE 1-4, Section 22, and SW 1-4, Section 23, Township 24N. Range 34E, N M P Me ridian, haa died notice of intention to make Three Tear Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, be fore Register and Receiver, U S Land Office at Clayton, N M, on the Sth day of September, 1915 Claimant names as witnesses: Frank E Moore, Roy Bebb, John Ho mer, J T Rlggs, all of Thomas, New Mexico ' 7-21-8-4 PAZ VALVERDE, ReglBter 0 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, V. S. Land Office at Clayton, New Mexico, July 15, 1916. Notice Is her...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 21 August 1915

u I THE CLAYTON NEWS, Al'Gl'ST 21, 1915. QUALITY STORE IUMU1 LOW PRICE MAKERS f TTT7TTTT U1W-JUHN SON MERCANTILE COMPANY Everything to Eat and Wear WAV FALL DRESS GOODS We are receiving new fall goods every day. Among the new goods w eliave re ceived to date are some handsome all wool mannish fiuilings in a variety of colors checks and stripes 42 to 48 inches wide and 1.50 per Yard I if n JUtii i; I kt iss&sy i nú i at rrr i& m mi nun gilí Nrw Full IIOl'SE DRESSKS We have just received a fall shipment of Minna Taylor house dresses in dark patterns ginghams and Percales, .sizes 31 to K. Prices $1.25 to $1.50 Each Wool poplin in solid colors 56 inches wide $1.50 per yard. 6 yard patterns of wool Gaberdine in a variety of solid colors 40 inches wide $1.50 per yard. Full line of silks in black and white stripes and checks, plaid silks in a good line of colors. .. . 4 SCHOOL SUPPLIES It will be several weeks before the school bells will be ringing but we want you to know that we ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 28 August 1915

DUE CLAYTON NEWS DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME Mil. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY. AUGUST 28, 1915. NO. 35. 2 r WILL BE A GREAT SUCCESS Meeting of Slate Taxpayera Asso ciation Expected to Accomplish Big Kesulta. . Santa Fe, N. M, Aug. 26. Organ izers of the proposed New Mexico Taxpayers' Association, to be formed here at the meting next Wednes day, September 1st, say that nothing has given more convincing evidence of the demand for the association and the work it proposes to do than the almost universal response to the call issued last week and the deep and vigorous sympathy voiced in the movement It is be lieved that instead of a few hun dred, as at first expected, the char ier membership of the association will run into the thousands. The fifty or more busniess men who signed the call have been deluged with letters calling for more in formation and it has been found necessary to employ a temporary secretary to attend to th...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 28 August 1915

NUESTRO SERVICIO ES SATISFACTORIO Entregamos a todas partes de la iudad Nuestro trato esta crociendo y si Ud, no ha visitado nuestra tien da y no ha tomado ventaja en nuestros efectos y precios, no ha tratado bien su bolsillo. Nuestros efectos y precios han hecho nuestra entrada en una vida comercial en Clayton y bien benida a la mucha gente que nos ha favorecido con su negocio. Decearia laos de demostrarle nuestro servicio y precios a Ud. Cualfsquier cosa en la linia de Efectos Secos y Abarrotes. LA COMPAÑIA MERCANTIL DE WEBER Y HIJOS Hablamos en Ingles, Español y Alemán Edificio de Gray-Easterwood Clayton, New Mexico. TIIE CLAYTON NIS WS. At'Gl'ST 28, 1915. LOCAL AND PERSONAL M. E. Fuller of Staunton, was a business visitor in tlie county seat Thursday and Friday. Will Giles of near Kenton, at tended to business in the city the first (f the week. Pure No. 1 White Sisal Binding Twine at (Jranville's. 31-31 Mrs. Hattie Lickiss of near Clap hum, was shopping and looking after busines...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 28 August 1915

TTIE CLAYTON NEWS, AUGUST 28, 1913. Kaiser la Very Willing Washington, Aug. 2. Offlcial declaration from Germany that pending further negotiations, sub marine warfare on passenger ships will be discontinued and that sub marine commanders already have been instructed to sink no mer chant vessels without warning is confidently expected in Washing ton as the next step in the nego tiations between the United States and Germany over he torpedoing of the liners Lusintania and Ara bic. Count von Dernstorff, the Ger man ambassador, conferred with Secretary Lanscing nearly an hour this morning, and while both re fused to discuss their meeting m any way, it was understood the ambassador reiterated that it was not the intent of the German gov ernment that any Americans should be lost on the Arabic. Count von F3ernstorff arrived in Washington from New York early today. The tenor of Berlin dispatches late last night and early today, es pecially the declaration of the Ger man chancellor that prop...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 28 August 1915

THE CI-AYTOX NEWS, AIT.UST 2S, 1913. THE CLAYTON NEWS OFFICIAL PAPER OPTSIOÍI COUNTY til A. P. 8l'TIIKH UIIGIO Editor an Owner ONE DOLLAR PER YEA II Kntered an second clam matter Octo ber 21. 1 9(i. at the pofitofflce at Clay ton. New Mexico, under the Act of M:irch 3, 179. Saliirduy, Autiust 'S, I!M"). Ainl il erupted nmoh inore im iixin.iliiiii, i 1 1 1 1 1 a 1 1 ti mil lint air. I'.'iiirlm Villa srems ( In till- Wiirst of it. HoWeXer, i no inittcr anil it liki-ly ii I rump at any t inn. Milting l'anrlio to play New Mi'xirn republicans am per tainly in a hail way when tiny lm to talk l.arrazoln ami Hull An drews for I'. S. si'iiatnr. Thanks, awfully. If wi were cM-rytliiim Mr. (uyer says wi an; we would just ahont hi in his class. Ami we are awfully poor prac lirally hroke. The coroin'r's impnry into the Ivnchimr of I.en M. 1'rank ih'velopeil the fact that I'rank was lianp'il to an oak tree. Nohoily knew who diil it, ami no one is supposed to know. for participating in surli a far...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 28 August 1915

H-H"-t-MM"HH"i"t"l -H"H"M I THE CLAYTON NKWS, AUGUST 28, 1913. SIMON HERZSTEI1N Clayton's Only Reody-to-Wear Store Store For Women and Girls Store for Men and Boys SOME REMARKABLE PRICE REDUCTIONS ON SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE At Simon Herzstein's Ready-to-Wear Store We will endeavor from week to week to offer our patrons the chance to secure some article of merchandise that are underpriced But just at this time we will need to make room for our big new fall and winter lines are coming in so it will be necessary to move our summer goods quickly. So we are making prices that will do it. $1.50 C. B. Corset to Close at .50 The C. B. A. La Sprite Corset is one of the leading makes but as we will discontinue this line we make this very unusual price. These come in several of the best of this season's models $1.50 to choose while they last choice 50c Wash Waists $1.50 Values Choice 75c In quite a number of styles and a great variety of fabrics. Ladiesand men's Oxfords 25 Qpp All Oxfords for M...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 28 August 1915

TIIE CLAYTON NfcWS, AUGUST 28, 1913. COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS Spwliil Merlino of the Board of County Commissioners held Aug. 2, 1915. Tin Hoard nit at 10 o'clcok a. in., tin-re Ix-iiiK present ttie Honorabli Saliiini Garría, Chairman; M. L. Ca aailo.s, Member and Juan J. Duran, U.rk. II in now ordered that the Hoard take a recess until 3 o'clock p. in. The Hoard met at 3 o'clock p. ni, there being present the same chair man and members. The following resolution was pass ed: WHEREAS: It is impossible for one of the commissioners to be pr'-fl-ent at the time advertised for the opening of bids for roofing of the court house, therefore, be it and.it is hereby resolved that the opening of said bids be postponed until Aug ust uiti, ai v o clock, a. m., ot sum day and that the clerk be present at the day and hour appointed ami advise any persons who appear at Mich time of the said postponement. It is now ordered that Court do now adjourn until Saturday, Aug usl lith, 1 a 1 5, at S o'cloc...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 28 August 1915

WHAT IS FEAR? A Feeling Based on the Instinct of 80H PYeeervation. That well known Investigator ol psychological abstrusities, M. Fernanda Macn.de, has attracted much attention by discussion of the Query, "What Is fear?" The famous psychological playwright, Alfred Capus, who baa dealt with the human emotion wltn such fidelity In his masterpieces, writes: "In general, I think that when tbera la an accident or sb illness one baa not a sufficient perception of the peril to bare the feeling of fear. Fear Implies a consciousness of danger and the re fusal or moral impossibility to face It Fear consists In capitulating to the In stinct of self preservation." M. Victor Marguerite saya; "Fear la a physical trouble much more than a feeling" and can ultimately be over come by force of wllL M. Alfred Mo deres of the French academy consid era that fear Is caused by some unex pected danger. M. Fouchet of the Academy of Medicine doubts whether any man has ever been quite free of fear for himself ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 28 August 1915

TIIE CLAYTON NK WS, AlT.l'ST 28, 1913. QUALITY STORE LOW PRICE MAKERS OTTO JOHNSON MERCANTILE Everything to Eat and Wear COMPANY KABO "THE LIVE MODEL CORSET" U you have trouble finding corsets that are comfortable, come In and let us fit you in a pair of. the new fall models.br Kabo, "The Live Model Corste," and you will be one of the thousands of women who find pleas ure In wearing the "Kabo." .No matttr whether you are tall or short, slender or stout, we have a Kabo to lit you. Front lace style $2.00, $3.00 5 and $0.00. Bark lace $1.25, to $.'1.50. M KABO Mte Urn COMTT 4 QUEEN QUALITY SHOES We have Just received a shipment of the famous Queen Quality Shoes tl V for ladies. .They are the newest fall styles in ladies' footwear. Come i n and try on a pair whether you are ready to buy or not. Prices Jil.OO to $'.50. HOLEPROOF HOSIERY There are just two kinds of hosiery the kind that wears and the kind that tears. Yet they both sell for Uhe some price. Certainly you would not buy ungua...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 4 September 1915

TG-OE CLAYTON NEW DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITTZEKSIllV AXD THE VPItVIUUXG OF THE COMMUNITY 4J VOLUME VIII. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, HH5. NO. 3fi. i A TOITUSTS VIEW OF CLAYTON T A First Hand Impression by Lorin L. Baker, Correspondent on Tour, for the Houston Chronicle. The "newcomer," traveling by auto, doesn't have to tip over the rim of first crests of Union county on the well traveled and well kept highway leading into the city of Clayton, until he is fully aware that he is in one of those good spots to be 5n, sometimes called God's coun try, and after a first "glimpse" I was wide awake to my surrounding its a capital country to look upon and I'll wager it's just as good as it looks. Its present appearances justify this opinion, so then why not take a very plausible glance into that "short lane" that leads to big possibilities, for a glorious future al ways commences with tomorrow's sun. I It didn't require an hour for me To "slip" well within your "lu...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 4 September 1915

Ci trolas Citrolax CITROLAX NUESTRO SERVICIO ES SATISFACTORIO Entregamos a todas partes de la iudad Nuestro trato esta crociendo y si Ud, no ha visitado nuestra tien da y no ha tomado ventaja en nuestros efectos y precios, no ha tratado bien su bolsillo. Nuestros efectos y precios han hecho nuestra entrada en una vida comercial en Clayton y bien benida a la mucha gente que nos ha favorecido con su negocio. Decearia mos de demostrarle nuestro servicio y precios a Ud. Cuah'squier cosa en la linia de Efectos Secos y Abarrotes. LA COMPAÑIA MERCANTIL DE WEBER Y HIJOS Hablamos en Ingles, Español y Alemán Edificio de Gray-Easterwood Clayton, New Mexico. TIIE CLAYTO 1SKWS, SEPTEMBER 4, 1913. LOCAL AND PERSONAL M. C. Sanchez oí near Texline, al- tended k) business in the city Thurs lay and Friday. J. T. G. Creed was trading and at tending to business in the city the 1'irst of the week. Adolph Wenz of near Pasamonte was a trader and business visitor in the city Friday. Jas. Anderson of near M...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 4 September 1915

TIIE CLAYTON NEWS, SEPTEMBER i, 1915. WasU and Thrift This should be a golden year for the American farmer. Government forecasts indicate a $12,000,000,000 crop yield, and the big crop and high prices should quickly restore vast prosperity to the country. But much of this huge sum will be lost through inexcusable waste. The evaporation and decay of cornstalks causes an annual loss of $200,000, átn ft'l. I nnj. j lie loss irom unnecessarily spoiled eggs amounts to $ 10,000,000. Of 35,000 cars of potatoes shipped from Maine, the annual waste is 700,000 bushels. Home canning on the farm of vegetables usually wasted would save $100,000,000 annu ally. The bank is the farmer's best riend after the railroads, but the bank is not disposed to loan money to the farmer who is wasteful. When the farmer says to the bank er, "I wish to buy twenty good steers to fatten for market," lie stands a better chance than if he nuts UD a Door mouth. Thrift, i a common sense applied to the con-1 servation o...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 4 September 1915

THE CLAYTON INMVS. SKPTEMBKH 4, 191.-, THE CLAYTON NEWS OFFICIAL PA I ICR OPl'MOÜ COU.T P. 1 ITII KltS (IIK.II) Kdltor and rnrr (INK ItOl.LAU I'KIl YL'.AIl trntcrrd nn necnnd cl:om rrmttrr Octo ber 26. 190, at the iutolllr nt Clay tun. NiiW .M.xlco, under tlie Act of March J, 179. Stitui'iliiy, Scplrnihrr i, llll'i. Ami it -im 1 1 1 1 I a vast amount .f con, i ii lit a I i hi, imagination anil lint HI!'. If Wl' Wl'l'i' InnkillK f"l' s; r would look imiiiT "S" in I 'unary. nanias, he's dead. We 1 1 iii: i 1 1 use fur ili'ail fnk wi- ni'i'r chuIiI alo::'-' I yielded, ami tippnrc ntly with a onin-lili-li'iii-v which rolis oven politi cians of 1 1 1 - r chance to cail. Now x i it ir it ly iinil now hy unmistukahle iiiiilicatiiin (iermnny, in the com iiiiiiiicatiiin Irnnsmitteil, Ihrniitdi its anil assail. ir at Washington, seems tu have iissi'iili-il to every principle af llrnii'il hy the president anil to have ickiiou leik'eil the injuries alleged in Ins complaint.. In suhslance, at li...

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. — 4 September 1915

4,,,,..,(..H.,1..M,4....,,.l,M..l..1. t4,.,l..l..M.,,,,.lH,,t,,.,H.1.t.t,.H..H THE CLAYTON NKWS, SEPTEMBER 4, 1915. SIMON HERZSTEIN Clayton's Only Ready -to-Wear Store Men and Boys Wear Women' Wear Big Line SCHOOL BEGINS NEXT TUESDAY Tuesday morning the boys and girls will begin the new term. Of course the children will be outfitted with new clothing. We are ready to fit them out with he kind of clothes they should have, the kind that look well, that will continue to look well, and are economical. - SUITS BOYS' SUITS We have a complete line in Blue Serges, Brown, and Grey Mixtures, Plaids and solid Colors. The prices range from $2.00 to $6.00. We have them in all sizes from 5 to 17 years. $2.00 TO $6.00 SPORT COATS FOR WOMEN We will make an extraordinary reduction on Ladies' and Misses' Sport Coats. These are the celebrated Hart Schaffner & Marx make. These coats are a good $12.50 value. In order to close them out quickly you may choose from the lot for only $3.95. $3.95 CHOOSE ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 4 September 1915

TIíE CLAYTU.M KXV8. SKPTEMBKH 4, 1913. Seneeu v Work Olí (lie lli'W M'lionl lillllillllK in Un- oust purl f (listrirl .'i i- pro- (-siíllí nicely. A eeinent llililililip i " lieirifr ereeti'il. Million Hester went, to llliiylon on 'l'lieiliiy to roimiilt H doctor as lie IlllS lieell MllTi rilllf fir ''V'Tíll WeeKx willi aeiili- si mi i i-i tis. I Kitrnie IUikIi mil Will lluwarili nimio u to Texline illlil i'oi.'lil out lumlier for the school house! this week. (rnmliiiii K-tin;i;i luis heeii in t lif j imnly seat, wild her ihuiuhter Mrs., tirasen, who has heeii very ill. Many of the fanners hae heen ' -hanlum wooil anil K'tlinK iv;uly for. Ihe harvest. I There are sernlii crops all over; Ihe ilislrict allhoimh the ruins' have 1 lelayeil II ulliation oT I lii in. At dial they eiual any in the eounly., Sam (love is here from !ooiaio Msilini; his mother. Mrs. Mary llovc lr. Sci-ayt-'s. Mr. Clark of .southern M i i 1 1-i. ! will leach the (ieoryia school the cuimm.' lej in. The hide mece...

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