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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 4 September 1915

t-2-(-2( PAZ VALVERDE, Reglater THE CLAYTON NEWS, SEPTEMBER 1, 1915. Special Session of the Board of County Commissioners Held Sat urday, August 14, 1915. The Board mot at 9 o'clock a. m, pursuant to the adjournment of August 9th, 1915. There being present the Hon. Sa lome Garcia, Chairman; T. S. Sny der and M. L. Casados, Members; Juan J. Duran, Clerk. The object of this meeting Is for the purpose of opening any and all bids filed in this office for the roof ing of the court house, and it ap pearing to the Board that there ls only one bid filed, and the Board' after opening said bid and consid- . ering same, was accepted and the control of said roofing was given to R. V. Isaacs, in accordance with said bid for $1,104.00, and it further appearing to thee Board that said roof should be painted and after due consideration the contract for paint ing was given to R. W. Isaacs for the additional sum of $146.00 for two coats of paint as provided in said agreement. It is thereupon ordered ...

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. — 4 September 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS, SEPTEMBER 1, 1915. OTTO-JO COMPANY LOW PIULE MAKERS Everything to Eat and Wear Ul ALITY STORE RON MERCANTILE NEW FALL COATS Our new fall line of Ladies and Childrens Coats are in. Come in and look them over before you purchase. We feel confident that we have the right line this fall and THE PRICES ARE RIGHT Pillow FREE! Wa will give thi. gorgeoui Pillow Top with Back with a purch.e of 6 Skeins of Richardson's Pur Silk Floss and Embroidery Lesson at 25 cents. Tliia Chrysanthemum Pillow Í9 hanrt- Í'; f lty tinted on fine tan Art Ticking, all ready si re i - CWL' .-to be embroidered sice 17x22 ,1, ." ri" -ÜW o- We want every lady to try it and learn why millions of women prefer Richardson's on account of its rich Oriental luster and wonderful colors that do not run. Bwlga !U. MM inches. We make this liberal offer to introduce We have in full line of BUSTER BROWN SCHOOL SHOES Better bring the children in and have them fit and ready for school NEW FALL GOODS Our store i...

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. — 11 September 1915

CLAYTON NEW ú DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME VTTL CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURJMY, SEPTEMBER II, 1913. v:í;. THE WOODROW WILSON WAY BARGAIN SALE OK FAIR TICKETS; I nusual Happenings un Eminently a Man of Peace and a Statemnan Beyond Compare. He Forera Opponents to His Views. News of an assuring character in forms us that the contention .of this country in regard to submarine warfare has been acknowledged as right by the German government, and that future submarine activity by German commanders will be car ried on in accordance with interna tional law as laid down by Germany as well as all other great nations before the war began. We are most certainly glad that reason instead of passion has prevailed in the ac tion of both governments. There is no denying wea re msot dangerous near war. Germany has made a most grievous error in her subma rine warfare. Her military propa gandists had aroused German senti ment against the people ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 11 September 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 nios de demostrarle nuestro servicio y precios a Ud. Cualf.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-Ea$terwood Clayton, New Mexico. T1IK CLAYTON NRWS. DKPTKMRRR II. 1!. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Pure No. 1 White Sisal Binding Twine at Granville'8. 34-31 M. C. Oann left Tuesday for Dal-liarL See Otto-Johnson Mercantile Com pany about Hog Day. A. Mackenzie of Kenton spent sev eral days in Clayton this week. l'ure No. 1 White Sisal Rinding Twine at Granville's. 3i-3t Capt. T. S. Snyder made a busi ness tr...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 11 September 1915

TUR CLAYTON NEWS, SKPTKMIIK.I II. IBIS. The Festive Frnieí I "Farm life!. is an ideal life," says Zim, in Cartoons magazine, "espec ially in the story books und upon the thrntre staue. The farmer Is hid own bos and monarch of nil the acres, that aro not plastered with lnortKTiiffs. He arises with the little birds, hits. up the hard cider in the cellar, then hies him thither to toy with thn cattle, for milking at four a. ni. is one of the joys of farm life. From the milking stool he wends, his way to the woodpile and glee fully chops up a ciii'd or two before I he breakfast call. When the morn ing itleal is over his real life .begins. Itlendod with the buzz of rusty ma chinery, song and profanity. J he re maining eighteen hours tye- wliiled away. When the farm becomes so impoverished that it will raise no thing but. chin whiskers, he lets the mortgage, holder do his worst,."' We ore Progressing At, one time in Home, political of tlcei'B wore'. auctioned off in public to the highest b...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 11 September 1915

THK CI.VT01 KW, IIKPTKMnKH II. IRIK. THE CLAYTON NEWS OFI'ICIAL PAPER OPINIO COUNTY C'llt. P. M TIIF.H9 HUGH) Kditor mm4 Ownrr ONE DOLLAR PEIl YEA II Knicrt'il h second clans matter Octo ber 26, 190. at the pontolllce at Clay ton, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Saturday, September It. l!t.". Some Jolt "With such u i r y-v 1 !), Mii t- ahi wasn't wise "Couldn't afford to ad vertise." I Mail order firms from out of town, much whit in their day, paid liberally fur t ln-ir renown, anil path-' en-d in tin' hay: their inline went forth willi trumpets hlare, ami. ah! Hi'1 eniii they made; couldn't afford, they wi re so wise, couldn't u lion I Mil' to advertise. I J Now. ,1'id's slulV il was just as nood i his .rices were the same; the loss I was ours: he imply W'OlT.Ii not i spread abroad his name; Ihoupli i townsfolk have much preferred in (their home mart to liny, of Jud (Shaw tiny bed never heard yon know the reason whv, for .Ind. some- pointed, ballot-fulrruiiibcd jiui-1 ....

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 11 September 1915

.;..;..K--H-M-M- TUR CLAYTON KEW, HKPTFHBEH II, lIB. The Best Selection of Women and Children Wear SIMON HERZSTEIIN Clayton's Only Road y -to-We or Store The Best Selection of Men and Boys Wear 1 IT WILL BE FAIR WEEK AT HERZSTEINS ROR THE LADIES vVe have a treat in store for the ladies of this com munity during the coming week. We have for your inspection and approval a full line of silk sweaters, beautiful in design, artistic in color elicct, perfect in fit and very reasonable in price. This is a line you find in cities much larger than Clayton and are sold there for nearly twice what we are asking for them. LADIES SILK SWEATERS Our buyer has been very fortunate in securing, dur ing his business trip to the Eastern market centers, this splendid selection. They come in all the most desirable colors in rage this season and in all the ap proved styles. They are practical, as well as a modish garment for this season of the year. Some as low as v $4.00 A big lot at 5.00 Some at 15.00 AL...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 11 September 1915

THK CLAYTON NRWi, SICPTKMBICII It, ISIS. - Prairie Dale (30 miles north of Clayton) School will begin September 20. Mr. Abe Liehm returned home from Oklahoma Saturday. . Misses Heka Weiland Lulu Cun niiiKham and Ida Weiland left Fri dy for Clayton where they will t tend school. A picnic was held at the Falls on the Corrumpa Sunday. Those attend ing from here were Mr. and Mrs. F. ' Glover and son John, Miss Irene Slubblpflcld, B. Rainwater and M. M orris. Mrs. S. P. Smith of Fort Worth, Texas, Is visiting her brother, C. W. H. Bryan. Hay A. Wood attended to business in Kenton last week. Miss Ethel Cunningham will be ffin school at Cuates September 6. Mr. and Mrs. McMurtrey and two sons, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wood and little daughter, Doris Ruth, and Weiser Wood, spent Sunday at the home of C. W. B. Bryan. Miss Mary Kendrick spent last Tuesday at the home of Mrs. F. C. Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. Ruckman moved to Clayton last week. Henry Weiland returned from Colorado last week. Misses Stella...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 11 September 1915

THR CLAYTON NKW. SRPTRMBRR II. lll. ATTRITION, BOMB9TBADKRS All legal gdvertl.ln.; In thla paper la read and corrected according to copy. Read your ad, and If an error la found however alight, notify ua at one. NOTICE rOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Ollice at Clayton, N. M., Aug. 17, 116. ioure la hereby given that Arthur Stanley Arnett, of Mosen, N. M., who, 01. uuust 11, 1910, made homestead aiU'lioation. Serial No. 01116. for NW 1 I, Faction (, Townehlp 29n., Ranve ?5e., ft. M. P. Meridian, ha filed iiot'te cf Inteiii'-on to make three year proof tt ealabliah claim to the lanu above described, before Register and i.-ielv-er. L. H. Land Office, at CUylm., N. M . on the 25th day of October, 1316. Claimant ñame aa witnesses: Johnaton H. Morris, Ueorg M. Morrla, fav A. Woods, William Belli... I ol Ci:tes. N. M1. 9-lt-lJ-U Taa Valveid, Register. O C-Í74 NOTICK or CONTEST Many Complaints Heard I Thi mimmcr seems to have pro- Dew.; imrnt of the Interior. 17. 8. an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 11 September 1915

TIIK Cl.AYTO NEW. IFPTBMBKR II, ll. ÜS0N MERCANTILE COI i.ow phici: MAKERS Everything to Eat and Wear Ul'ALI l Y STORE ono-jo PAWY NEW FALL COATS Our new fall line of Ladies and Childrens Coats are in. Come in and look them over before you purchase. We feel confident that we have the right line this fall and THE PRICES ARE RIGTH Pillow FREE! We will give this gorgeous Pillow Top with Back with a purchase of 6 Skeins of Richardson's Pure Silk Floss and Embroidery Lesson at 25 cents. K'C This Chrysanthemum Pillow Is hanrt . i tinted on fine tan Art Ticking, all ready "XA "v. ' to be embroidered size 17x22 ' . . lL:. i:i 1 Indies. we huiko una nucitu offer to introduce I&CI&L&nSON'S Vie want every lady to try it and learn why millions of women prefer Richardson's on account of Its rich Oriental luster and wonderful colora that do not run. I 'y. Itasltl .. SOU T 1 "- NEW FALL GOODS We have in full line of BUSTER BROWN SCHOOL SHOES Batter bring the children in and have them f...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 18 September 1915

TG-OE CLAYTON NEW DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMM UNITY. VOLUME VIII. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 18, 1915. no. rw. I'niversity Library Free to All Albuquerque, N. M., Sept. 17. As ARRANGEMENTS FOR N. M. FAIR Home Economies Club Society ISMS FAIR IS A ;REVT SUCCESS V A TRIBUTE TO PRES. WILSON Republican Editor Recognizes (he Worth of President and Writes of Correctness of Patriotic Position. So complete appears to be the ac ceptance by the German government of the principle for which the Unit ed States government has contended in regard to submarine attacks on unarmed merchant ships that Chief Justice White, of the United States supreme court, seems well within the facts in declaring the outcome of the crisis with Germany to be "the greatest diplomatic achieve ment of the United States in a gen eration." The issue was bound to be raised in naval warfare sooner or later; the development of the submarine aud the peculiar posi ti...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 18 September 1915

j)CAL AND PtnsONAL I Odd Bits of News Henrietta Johnstone, at the restan í . THE i:LAYTON NEWS. SEPTEMBER 18, 1913. r" K illé r.avs blithest prices for , . - - - J t-01 W. A. Bristol is very ill this Harwood of Hayden was ii y Wednesday. i Uto-Johnson Mercantile Com bout Hob Day. No. 1 White Sisal Binding at Granville's. 34-31 Toledo. O. Clarence ft. Feather stone, 22, went to great pains to erve well a customer nainea mi. rant where he was employed as a wniLer. She came every day and he grew attentive. Then they decided to many. At the marriage license otlire. the records show they wen miillier and son. Winstead. Conn. Two months nirn Krilz llelmer. wliile working in his (farden, lost a $5 bill from Ins Hampton of Texline. spent day in the city. Massev of Sedan was in the. or the fair Thursday. n your drug wants to the City Store, the Rexall More. C. Abbott of Mt. flora, attended Hair in Clayton this week. nry Hammer of near Hayden, a fair visitor this week. r. and Mil A. W. Tanner...

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 September 1915

Tl IE CLAYTON NEWS, SEPTEMBER IS, 1915. Valley View Stead P. 0. J. J. Brown and boys attended the fair in Clayton this week. Ira Massey and son Hearold spent Thursday and Friday in Clayton. Jess Love of Surprise, Oklahoma, nii-d on a homestead wtst of the Penebetis. The little shower of Thursday will help the late feed crop some bul the corn is all matured. C. C. Hodges and Sam Solomon have purchased a new row binder and are doing custom work. C C. Hodges and family and Mrs. Bort Wilcox and children were vis iting the fair in Clayton this week. Born To Mr. and Mrs.Webley W'alkup, the lilh, an 8 i -2 pound girl. Baby, mother and Webley are doing well. . KOT1CB rOR rUBUCATIO Department of th Inferior, U. 8. Land Offlc at Clayton. N. M., Sept. It, 1115. Notio la hereby a-ivan that Qaora; H. Russell, of ML Dora, N. M., who. on August I, Ull, and January IS, 1114, made homestead entries, aerial Noa. 0US07 and 01740 for Lot 1. NE 1-4 of NW 1-4, 8 1-1 NE 1-4, Section 7, S 1-X of SB 1-4, Se...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 18 September 1915

Tin: I.AYTON MAYS. SF.PTRMBEn Id. mi" THE CLAYTON NEWS OFFICIAL PAPER OPI'KIOX COl'MTT CHAS. P. St TlII-HS IIIK.II) Kdllor nnd Owner ONE hOl.LAIl PEll YKAIl Kutereil ftn fterond clnM matter Octo brr 2. 19o'J, at tlie poMofllce nt Clay ton. New Mexico, under the Ac I of March 2, 17. Saturday, September is. 1 H .". Mr. (iuyer says that In' didn't: 1 1 1 1 In- iliil. The .iiininy is happy, hi-li'irt court has adjourned ami 1 1 if "unose lianas htli." And it didn't erupt -a ln nf bum !"o!ilm''' about "I'. Ilijrh" and i.tlp'r less known relehrities. We Jim'I slighted. loyal propagandist, tin' organised strriiKth of "pacifist" weakness; In nppn.se so far ns in my power the civic heresies i f hypocritical or Idinil idealism and Ihe treachery that, wniiM st'nd I'iicIi" Sam. nrmrd with a hrk"ii-hl.ulcd jackknifi', into inti-rnntioiinl ways when' li'n.-hwny-men lurk: to support my pai ly so fur " il promises to npliolil the American Hair. In ilcfi-nil American rights, ninl protect American ci...

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. — 18 September 1915

IHE :LAYTO NEWS, SEPTEMBER 18, 1913. . The Best Selection of Women and Children Wear SIMON HERZSTEIN Cloy ton's Only Ready-to-Wear Store The Best Selection of Men and Boys Wear NEARLY EVERY EXPRESS AND FREIGHT ADD TO THE LOT JUST RECEIVED NEW FALL GOODS NEW FALL GOODS MENS FALL SUITS The very latest productions of leading houses as Hart, Shaffner & Marx, Rothchild, etc. Come in and look them over. You may be sure the prices will be right. LADIES SUITS & COATS These lines are coming rapidly and by the first of the week we will have the most complete and repesentative selection ever shown in Clayton. Come in and look them over. NEW FALL MILLINERY Consisting of trimmed hats, tailor ed hats, untrimmed shape. Beau tiful trimmings, feathers, flowers, etc. A good up-to-the-minute as sortment to choose from. BLANKETS Just at this time we are in a position to offer you a selection of blankets that will please you in price, in the big lot to choose from but most of all is the quality ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 18 September 1915

" 4-:--:-'--:--------:----:--:--;-.:-'t.-:--:-.:-v.:- : THE t.'LAYTON NEWS, SEPTEMBER tí, ini.'. MITIO: I'OK PI BLI'ATIO Department of the Interior. U. 8. Imtl Otllce lit fbiyton. N. M.. Ki t. 3. 1Í1S. Notice In hereby given that Frances I- liriiham. formerly Frances I,. Dean, of Clayton. N. M., lio, on June 2üth, 1 í 1 1 . made hotnexteail entry, serial No. I'13.r, S. for l,ota 5. , 7. SK 1-4 of NW 1-4. K 1-2 of SV 1-4, W 1-2 of SK 1-4. Mectlon . Township 2Kn , Raime 34e., N. M. I'. Meridian, han tiled notice of Intention to make three year proof to cntiihllsh claim to the land above le pcrlheil, before KeKiPter and Iteeelver, I'. S. I. mm. I i mice at Clayton. N. M , on the 2Mb day of October. 1915. Claimant name as U'ltncfHes: Andrew M. Yaten. (iahrlel W. Yate. John ,M. I.ee. all of Cuate. N. M., and .litmc H. Lawrence of írandvlew. N. M. -1 -1 -1 i -ax Vnlvenle, HeRlster. Protests or contests against any ot all of these selections may be filed in this ofTlce during the period of...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 18 September 1915

tiouges. uí.", - j..., .-lo of mih TIBS CLAYTON NEWS, SEPTEMBER lrt, 1915. KTIOir, HOMESTEADERS All legal advertlalna; In this papar la rad and corrected according to copy. Read your ad, and If an arror la found however alight, notify ua at one. NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. B. Land Olt.ce at Clayton, N. M., Aug. 27, 116. Notice la hereby given that Arthur Stanley Arnett, of Moses, N. M., who, on y unuat 11, 1910, made homeateaj a-.ipUcatlon, Serial No. 01116, for NW 1 I, Section t, Township 29n Ranve fie., f. X. P. Meridian, haa filed noil'e cf lnlii'on to make three year prr.of t- establish claim to the lanu above described, before Register and . elv er. L. 8. Land Ofllce. at CUylor, N. M. on the 25th day of October, 1915. Claimant names aa witnesses: Johnston H. Morris, Ueorge M. Morris. Tav A. Woods, William JJehbi, h i ot Ci :.tea, N. M. í-11-ld-l Fas Valverd. Register. O NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Clayton, N....

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 18 September 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS, SEPTEMBER 18, 1913. C. hill W'l'l 111! -1TO-J0HNS0N MEECMITILE COMPANY LOW ntlCE MAKERS Everything toEat and Wear QUALITY STORE pa i mi, m 1 1 i i. i n BUSTER BROWN SHOES FOR GIRLS . A ARIUY OK PATENT LETIIER PLIN TOE -RARY DOLL" (Jl'N METAL ANO Kill TIP SHOES IN I!IT TON OK L( E. EVERY PAIR (il'AR WTEEII TO (ilYE RE L SERYK E. ALL SIES KOR LARtiE OR SM l.l. .IHI.S. PRICES $2.00 to $3.00 FOR BOYS SOLIO LEVTHER SHOKS THAT WILL STAMI THE HARDEST OK KNOCKS IN CIN METAL CALK. RH I ON OR LACE STYLES. ALL SIZES KOR LAROE OR SM LL ROYS. PRICES $2.00 to $3.25 T6eJ?ea l'ie Buster Brown and hs Pogj T0e 7btbz siore of J) OTTO-JOHNSON MERC. CO., SATURDAY 18 Cj OI R STOCK OK Qt EES' QUAL ITY SHOES KOR LADIES IS VERY COMPLETE. WE IIWK THEM IN DAINTY DRESS SHOES AND STYLISH STREET ROOTS. THEY COME IN PM ENT LEATHER. (iUN METAL AMI DULL KID, ALSO IN SAME LEATHER WITH COLORED KARR1C TOPS. IRENCH SPOOL AND CURAN HEELS. $3.50 to $5.00 SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY. TAILORED SKIÍ1TS Wr luivi...

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. — 25 September 1915

0"GüE CO-AWON NEWS DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY VOLUME VIII. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1915. NO. .-J. AWARDS AT UNION COUNTY FAIR Successful Exhibitors at Dig County Fair September 15, li!, 17, 1913, as Awarded by Judges. CLASS A, DIVISION 1, GRAINS 1. Best one farm exhibit, Tom J. Edmondson. second J. W. Horn, third Mary D. Abbott. 2. Best 10 ears of corn, first T. E. Callahan, second S. O. Penick. 3. Best peek of oats, first Tom 4. Best barley, first H. W. Isaacs. 5. Best peck of wheat, first Tom Edmondson. 0. Best 10 ears pop corn, first J. V. Horn. .7. Best bale alfalfa, first Bender Bros. 8. Best bale pram, hay, no en try. !. Best bundle of oat hay, first Tom Edmondson. 10. Best display of forape plants, first Bender Bros, second Tom Ed mondson. 11. Best sheaf of millet, first A. M. Houpen, second J. V. Horn. 12. Best kafllr corn, first Bender Bros., second Cook Bros. 13. Best Feterita, first A. J. Sny der, ...

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 September 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS. SEPTEMBER 2.1. WIS. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Will Wolford of near Amistad, was a business visitor and trader in the city Thursday and Friday. J. C Nealy of near Clapham, at tended to business in the city Wed nesday and Thursday. Trade with Weber & Sons the general store where you always get your moneys worth. tf. J. II. Kilburn of near ML Dora, attended to business in the city Mon day and Tuesday. C. E. Anderson of near Thomas, was in the city Thursday trading and looking after business. Clayton A. ltevis of Staunton, at tended to business in the county seat Wednesday and Thursday. C. C. Johnson and J. T. Smith of near Guy, were business visitors and traders in the city Wednesday. . C. Smith left Tuesday for Trin idad to attend the Las Animas coun ty fair and attend to business. J. H. Ratliff and Mrs. Ratlilf of Kenton, were in the cily Thursday. Joe Gaines and wife of near Samp fon, attended to business in the city Thursday and Friday. G. W. Sparks of the Penibetis,...

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