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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 9 October 1915

Tía CLAYTON NEWS, OCTOBER 1, ItH. J ATTM-mOM, BOHMTBAD! All Wal advertising ta this HX' Is ml and someted aocordlBg ta eepy. W t yor ad. and If mm arrar la feusd k Osrs ver sMgkt, notify aa at nsoa. OTICI ro PTTSMOATTON Department of the Interior, U. S. Land ffiico at Clayton. N. lrL, Aug. IT, ISIS. ótica la hereby given that Arthur htanley Arnett. of Moeea, N. kL, who, af. uguet 1L 1(10, mada homestaej H'oaltoa. Sartal No. 1111, for KW 1 I. Section t. Townahlp 2ta Ranvs ti. M. P. Meridian, baa 1M bottr ef inteut'oa to maka tbrea year proof ( i-ablisfc claim to tb lana ebos Oaajritxd. bafora Register ao.l i.velv r L. H. Land Offloa. at Clay lor, N. at aa tha I5th day of October, JJH. Clalnuuit namaa aa witnesses: . Johnston H. Morris, ueorgs M. Morris. r A. Woods, William Ucht... ol ttts, N. M. -ll-lü-l Pas Valverd'. Register. O sonca roa publication Bepartmeot of tha Interior, U, S. Land Offloa at Clayton, N. M. August 27, ISIS. Kotloa la hereby given that William Behtn. of Cuates,...

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. — 9 October 1915

THE CLAYTON NEW S, OCTOBER 9, 101.'. IVff w OTTO-JOMSOW (MTILE COMPANY , LOW I'll ICE MAKERS Everything to Eat and Wear QUALITY STORK "No chain is stronger than its weakest link" In the chain of supe rior merits always found in Kirschbaum 'Yungfelo' Clothes at f 15, ?20, 25 and up to 840 there are n o "weak links." Every desirable feat ure of style, depend ability and good ser vice is provided i n fullest measure: All-wool fabrics-- 100 oo pure by labora tory test. London shrunk by cold-water pro cess, band tailored and silk sewn at points of most wear. "Look for the (Una ran tec and Price Ticket on the Sleeve" j0" A. Ii. K. Co.. 1915 Something different in silk sweaters If you have n't bought a silk sweater yet you will be glad you have n't when you ccme in and see the newer ones we have just received. Fibre silk sweaters in a variety of colors and color combin ations, $3.50 to $6.00. Pure Silk Sweaters, . $6.00 and $7.00 ; - - - - - - - - Attention! Mothers We want you to know tha...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 October 1915

ITOÜE CLAYTON N DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME VIII. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1015. NO. 12. DEFENSE CALLS FOB $100,000,000 Comprehensive Military and Naval Program to be Placed Before Con gress by President Wilson. Washington, D .C.OcL 13. Four hundred million dollars for national defense an increase of approxi mately 1140,000,000 over tast year constitutes the amount which Pres ident Wilson and his advisors at present estimate should be appro priated by the next congress for the army and navy. Ai this date Friday for comple tion of the annual estimates draws near, the president is giving prelim inary consideration In fhn nntinnnl defense budget out of which it is' hoped to lay down a stronger naval program than the United States ever has authorized and similarly a argcr provision for the military es- tablishment than has been custom ary in time of peace. The president has had before himi for several weeks t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 October 1915

H-M-l-v THE CLAYTON NEWS, OCTUItfcJt IB, 1.115. LK til and Personal Tlie Clayton News, $1.00 per year Howsher Feed Mills at Bob Isaacs'. Charles Wilkerson of Patterson, pent Monday in Clayton. T. J. Crumley returned Monduy from a business trip to El Paso. V. V. llamhnrt of Patterson, was a Clayton visitor Monday. W. C. (iann and wife left Sunday for Folsom. Mrs. Ivan F. Weaver has been on Hie nick list this week. Hum To Mr. and Mrs. It. E. lirock on October 12th, a Bon. Simon Herzstein attended to busi-. ni'ss on Ute Creek Wednesday. O. P. Easterwood left Sunday for a business trip to Albuquerque. Ail rubber goods, drugs and druf sundries at the City Drug Store. .1. H. RatclilT of Gaylord, Kansas, is visiting his brother, A. L. Ratcliir S. W. Haldeman of ML Dnra, trad ed and attended to business in the rily Monday. Trade with Weber & Sons, the general store where you always get your moneys worth. tf. Charles Tanner fame in from Hay den Tuesday. lie has resumed his position with ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 October 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS, OCTOBEfltt, 1515. ÜOTIOB FOR rUBMCATlOl Department of the Interior, V. R Le. a Office at Clayton, N. M., Oet 11, Itlt. Notice Is hereby given that William H. McCook, of Clayton, Now Mexico, who, on August 1(, 1111, made home etead entry, erial No. Olitlt, for KW 1-4. Hentlon-T, N 1-1 NW 1-4. W 1-1 NE .1-4. Section It, Township 26n, Raneo I4e., N. M. P. Meridian, haa flled notlca of intention to make three year proof, to establish, claim to ,th land above described, before Register and ( Receiver, U. 8. Land bfllce, at Clayton, N. M... on th Hth day of November; 1116 ..... Claimant names as witnesses:' Earnest M. Hott, George W. Beckner, Joseph F. Beckner, Fred Pettis, all of Clayton. N. M. 10-H-ll-U Pat Valverde, Register. BIG CIRCUS IN D ALII ART Al G. Baruca Wild Antmal Show to Exhibit There. 600 Performing Animals Shown. IfOTICR FOR PfBLICATIOH Department of the Interior, U. B. Land Office at Clayton. N. M., Oct. 11. lilt. Notice la hereby given that Manuel lit ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 October 1915

TIIK CLAYTON NEWS, OCTUHKH 1H, 1915. THE CLAYTON NEWS orriCIAL PAPBB OP BNIOH OOOHTT CHAS. P. 81TIIKR1 (HIGH) Editor aaa On ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Entered as aecond claaa matter Octo ber :. 1909. at the pontofflce at Clay ton, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3, 187. Saturday, October 16, 1915. Statement of the ownership, man agement, circulation, etc., required l.v the art of August 24. 1P12, of THE CLAYTON NEWS published weekly at Clayton, New Mexico, for October 1 1015. Editor, Cha. P. Slithers, Clayton, New Mexico. Managing Editor, Chas. P. Suthers, l.layton. New Mexico. Husiness Manager, Chas. P. Suthers Clayton, New Mexico. Publisher, Chas. P. Suthers, Clay Ion, New Mexico. Owners: (If a corporation, (rive its name and the names and ad dresses of stockholders holding 1 per cent or more of total amount ni stock. If not a corporation, give names and addresses of individual owners.) Not a corporation. Chas. P. Suthers, owner. Known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security holde...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 October 1915

SIMON HERZSTEIN Clayton'a Only Ready-to-Weor Store HOME OF HART, 8CIIAFFNER & MARX CLOTIIES Weeky Store News i, SHOES FOR LADIES 25 OFF 25 OFF I,1AIL ORDER CWETITM Bring your catalogue orders to me and I will fill them and give you better merchandise and better sat isfaction for less money. BOY'S CLOTHING SUIT IN AGES FROM 5 TO 14 YEARS $2.00 SUIT IN AGES FROM 5 TO 10 YEARS 1 75 SUIT IN AGES FROM 7 TO 16 YEARS 2.50 SUIT IN AGES FROM G TO 16 YEARS ... 300 SUITS IN ALL QUALITIES AND SIZES UP TO 6.50 BRING YOUR CATALOGUE AND COMPARE PRICES SHtJE SALE Hens'. I am Closing out the following. .AUHamilton Brown Shoes no except pair $1.50 Children' Shoes for - 2.00 " " " 2.25 Gun-metal Tan or Black 2.50 High Top Tan - - -3.00 Patent Leather for dress 1.75 Gun Metal button 10 to 13 2.00 Gun Metal button 131-2 TO 5 Elk Sole Shoes for Men $1.13 1.50 1.61 1.83 2.25 1.32 1.50 1.95 u 25 OFF SHOE SALE 25 OFF LADIES HEAVY WOOL SKIRTS Bring Your Catalogue. .We sell them all the time for $2.00 BET...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 October 1915

,T!IE CLAYTON NEWS, OCTOBERIG, m. "Its a long way to Tipperary" but The News ofllce is close by. Maybe you owe the poor editor a dollar or two, if so, please rough up. The sign is out We save you money on everything in the dry gocds and grocery line. Our service is pleasing. Weber & Sons. tí. Reiatl Remedies and Preparations are guaranteed best on the market For sale by City Drug Store. Ait rubber goods, drugs and druf sundries at the City Drug Store. Our Jitney Offer This and 5c Don't miss this. Cut out this slip, enclose with 5c and mail it to Foley & Co, Chicago, 111., writing your name, and address clearly. You will receive in return a trial package of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, for coughs, colds and cronp; Foley Kidney Pills, for pain in 'sides and hack, rheuatism, backache, kidney and bladder ailments; and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing cathartic, for constipation, billiousness, headache, and sluggish bowels. For sale by (he City Dru...

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

THE CLAYTON NEWS, OCIOBLH IB, 19 Id. ATTENTION, HOMESTEADERS All legal advertising In this papar l real and oorrected accord Ins to oopy. Head roar ad, and If an orror la found hOw-ever alight, notify us at once. KOTICH FOR PUBLICATION Department of tha Interior, U. a Land Crtlica at aayton. N. M., Aug. 17, 1915. r-oiica la hereby given that Arthur Stanley Arnett, of Moses, N. M., who, on uguat 11, 1910. made homeateaj aypUoatlon, Serial No. 1116, for NW 1-4, Section I, Township 29n., Ranve 15a., N. M. P. Meridian, hai filed notl' ot Inlem'on to make three year ycof t establish claim to tha lanu aboi a daacritxd, before Reglater anil ..-Iyer. L. tt. land Office, at CWylor, N. M on the I6th day of Octobor, 131 S. Claimant names aa wltneaaea: Jobnaton H. Morris, George M. Morris, ratr A. Woods, William Beln... rl ot Cpates, N. M. 9-I1-U-1 Pas Valverd. Register. O NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of tha Interior, U. 8. Land Office at Clayton, N. M. August 27, 1915. Notice Is hereby gi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 October 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS, OCTOBER JO. 1913. m-MWM MERCANTILE COMPANY LOW PniCE MAKERS Everything to Eat and Wear QUALITY STOKE Hi "No chain is stronger than its weakest link" In the chain of supe rior merits always found in Kirschbaum 'YungfeiV Clothes at S15, (20, (25 and up to (40 there are n o "weak links." Every desirable feat ure of style, depend ability and good ser vice is provided i n fullest measure: K. Co.. 1915 All-wool fabrics 100 oo pure by labora tory test. London shrunk by cold-water pro cess, hand tailored and silk sewn at points of most wear. "Look for the Guarantee and Price Ticket on the Sleeve' Something different in sweaters If you have n't bought a silk sweater yet you will be glad you have n't when you come in and see the newer ones we have just received. Fibre silk sweaters in a variety of colors and color combin ations, $3.50 to $6.00. Pure Silk Sweaters, . $6.00 and $7.00 Attention! Mothers We want you to know that we have a better and less expensive line of Boy's ...

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 October 1915

CLAYTON NEWS U Ü Ü DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME VIII. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1915. NO. 4:1. UNION FOLKS GET PREMIUMS of ÍI.000; Eddy county the second f prize of $000, and our neighbor on County Exhibit Attract Much Fa-!"o wet, Colfax county, the third vomble Attention at New Mexico prize of $200. State Fair in Albuquerque. I There was a good exhibit of var- ious breeds of poultry, and a fair Union county Bent an exhibit u,pxhil ot livestock, but had Union the SUte Fair which attracted con-'f0"1? f 1,1 an!'3 fro," .her st siderable attention and let the peo- hn1rds' 8,10 w,ould ,nave t,aJ,,v token pie who visited the fair know soine-,a prizes thing of Union county and her re-'t Thc manufacturers exhibit was sources. The exhibit was in charge 00 ono of !he caU'rp' lar sty,f f of C. P. Talbot and R. M. Olboter, who also acted as Fpecial correspon- "".'"" ' P .ue.pui án denla for The News 'and have fur- fac...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 23 October 1915

!! I II 1 I I I I I I 1 M-M-M- THE CLA1TON NEWS, OCTOUKH 21, 1D1.V Local and Personal Bowsher Feed Mills at Bob Isaacs'. Mrs. N. E. Charlton has been quite hick for the past week. Arlington Dunn of Tiffin, Ohio, is visiting his son, C. O. Dunn. Mrs. M. 8. Downs left Monday for her home in Grenville, Challes Day of Sedan, spent the day Thursday in Clayton. Dr. W. W. Chilton left Friday for a short hunting trip. Misses Mary and Helen Mansker drove to Dalhart Wednesday. Mrs. Mary Dailey is building an nddition to Jut house. Mrs. Russell Olonnell of Wanette, spent the week visiting In Clayton. S. A. Mestas was in the city sev eral days this week on business. Joseph Gill and family attended the circus at Dulhart Wednesday. John Lenhart of Kenton, trans acted business in Clayton Tuesday, Miss Mabel Messenger has ac cepted a position with Weber & Co. Robert Martin of I'asamonte was a Clayton visitor Thursday and Fri day. J. W. Coulson of north of town. was a visitor in the city Monday,...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 23 October 1915

TJIE CLAYTON NEWS, OCTOBER 23, 1915. To Consider Musical Competition Albuquerque, N. M., Oct 21. One of the most interesting matters to be considered by the New Mexico Educational association, at its con vention in this city next month will be the proposal of a statewide mus ical competition, to be held annu ally at the University of New Mexico and at the same time in the spring as the annual interscholastio track meeting, which now has become an annual event of considerable im portance to the high schools of the whole state. It will be suggested that the state oratorical and dec lamation contests, which now form part of the program of the annual teachers' association, will be made part of this school festival. The program 'of the teachers' convention has become so heavy that it is be coming increasingly difficult to gain proper attention for the oratorical contest at its sessions; and it is felt that these contests would be of much greaer value if held at a timo when they could rec...

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. — 23 October 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS, OCTOUfclt 2. 1915. THE CLAYTON NEWS nrnriAL paper opvnioí oorxTT CHAS. P. SUTIIKRS (HIGH) R41tar mm4 Onw ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Kntered Mcond clM matter Octo hor 2. 110. at th poatofflca at Clay tun, Ner Mexico, under th Act of March 3. 187. Saturday. October 2.5, 1!M5. All the world kids a lover. The farm and the Ford beat the 'ity and a free lunrh. So why leavp tin1 farm? It is said that some Clayton men net home early enough to meet most f.f the late cal and all of the early 'legs. The Trinidad Chronicle-News wants to po to war with Mexico. If Hie News wants to fluht why doesn't it go to the Alleys? A portion of the Lubin Motion Picture company is now at Gallup. loubtles8 making frontier pictures and the like. When they want busy Bernalillo County to Stage First Bout Business liens' Candidate for Senate Doesn't Make lilt with Bepubliean Ringers Santa Fe, N. M, Oct 22. Bernalillo county will be the first battle ground in the coming political campaign if all indicati...

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

H-H-r ! I I I I 'M I 'I 'I 'M' M-M-I- !' -M-M-H- THE CLAYTON NEWS, OCTOUKK 23, 1913. Wilson Bros. SIURT8 for $1.00 SIMON HERZSTEIIN Clayton's Only Ready-to-Wear Store John B. Stetson HAT No 1 Quality $4.50 Weeky Store INews 4 CHILDRENS' DRESSES r t r r LADIES DRESSES NEW the Time GINGHAM HOI SE DRESSES OR APRONS .50 GOOD GINGHAM DRESSES 1.00 GINGHAM DRESSES TRIMMED IN BRAID 1.25 HEAVY DRESSES MADE OF SUITING 1 .95 SILK POPLIN DRESSES FOR 5.00 SILK POPLLN CORDIN PLEETED 7.50 LADIES WAISTS 1.00 25 OFF 25 OFF SHOE SALE THIS WEEK FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE COUNTRY PEOPLE $2.50 SHOES, SALE PRICE ...$1.88 $3.00 SHOES, SALE PRICE 2.25 &.50 MENS' ELK SOLE SHOES 1.88 S2.50 LADIES SHOES, SALE PRICE 1 .88 $3.00 LADIES' SHOES, SALE PRICE 2.25 $1.00 LADIES' SHOES, SALE PRICE 3.00 25 OFF 25 OFF Just Received a Big Shipment of Diffuses fop Girls 2 TO B YEAR OLD GIRLS' DRESSES 2 TO 6 YEAR OLD G RES' DRESSES .... 6 TO 10 YEAR OLD (.MILS- DRESSES 6 TO 10 YEAH OLD GIRLS' DRESSES 8 TO I i YEAR OLD GIRL...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 23 October 1915

Trampero I THE CLAYTON NEWS, OCTUHMI 2.1, 1913. Our school lias commenced with Tom Moon-head as teacher. The attendance, is good. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bishop made a trip to Nara Visa last week, and In-oiiKht bar-k a load of supplies for Kappns !i Hot-lilerle. Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Kimmerline a ml children of New WashinKton, Ohio, and Mr. Ludrell of Llida, Ohio, are visitors at the Ohio ranch. Miss Huth Ir-peno, who has hr-en slayintf with her uncle, and aunt, Strve and Hose Cuntell, the past year, left last week for her home near Hoy, New Mexico. II. (i. Magrudcr has cut threej Kd crops of alfalfa this year, all from the same land without irri Kutiou. Mr. Magnifier has finished a large cemi-nl milk house, and a large cr-mr-nt storage tank on top of it holding i.r00 gallons. II. C. is here Uj stay. Men Deinkin and Henry Smith went to Kansas City last week with several cars of tine cattle. Mr, and Mrs. Harwood of the Val ley ranch, two of our most enter prising farmers, hail a lint; dis...

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

ÍTTWTIOH, ROMtlTElDIII All legal advertising la thla papar la read and corrected according to copy Read your ad, and If aa error la foaad however alight, notify na at one. HOT1 OB FOR PUBLICATION Department of tha Interior. TJ. & Land Office at Clayton, N. M., Oct.. 11. 1915. Notice la hereby given that William H. McCook. of Clayton, New Mexico, who, on August 14, 1911. made home tend entry, serial No. 013686, for BW 1-4. Bectlon 7, N 1-J NW 1-4, W 1-t NE 1-4, Section H, Townehlp tin.. Range 34e., N. M. P. Meridian, has flled notice of Intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to tha land above described, before Register and Reoetver, U. S. Land Ofllce, at Clayton N. M., on th llth day of November till. Claimant names aa witnesses: Ernest M. Hott. Oe ar W RAKltn,, Joseph P. Beckner, Fred W. Pettis, all i Clayton, N. M. 10-18-11-18 Pas Valverde, Register NOTICB FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. 8. .Land Office at Clayton. N. M., Oct. 11, 1915. Notice la ...

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

THK CLAYTON NEWS, OCIUIthH 23, 101.1. 1 rase. OnO-JOMSOW CANTIL UlAl.lTY STOW LOW PRICE MAKERS Everything to Eat and Wear Baby's Wear Week E COMPANY 0 V V SKOE3 No. 2ó'.Ki PaL Hut ton 15 lk. Cloth Top A Very Dressy Shoe SÍ.50 Fall Shoes We are Showing New Styles. Heuutirul Models, Striking Designs, Dainty Dress Shoes Stylish Dress Roots. You are Welcome to eonie and look whether you' buy or not. We want you to No. 105.77 see what we are showing in shoes. Come in A Very Stylish Shoe in Pat, Leather, Uruy Cloth Top , ,,., u,av $.1.75 TIJIS IS B ABYS' WEAR WKKK AT 01 R STORK ! - urn Bring the Children Here This Week We do not believe in overlooking the wants of the little folks. .We have on display lots and lot of thinjis suitable for them, sueh as Knit and Silk Caps, Flannelleltc and Knit Saques, Sweater Coats, Knit Bootees, Bath Robes and Long Coals in Cashmere and Bedford Cord, Crib Blankets and other things too numerous to mention. .To appreciate the variety of goods we carry for t...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 30 October 1915

rCüE CLAYTON N DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITTZEXbll I' AXD THE UPMJILDIXG OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME VIII. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1915. NO. 41. MUS. LURA PENNINGTON, DEAD Wire of Prominent Real Estate Man Passed Auuy Wednesday Morning at Home on West Side. This community was shocked Wednesday to learn that Mrs. Lura Pennington, wife of Ira. L. Penning ton, of the realestata firm of Pen nington & Talbot, had passed away that morning at 8:00 o'clock. Al though In poor health, her death came as a shock to family and friends. Mrs. Pennington, whose maiden name was Lura A. Errett, was born at Gridley, Kansas, April 28, 1883. After graduating from the common schools of her district, she attend ed the Kansas Stale Normal school at Emporia, Kansas, after which she taught for two years. It waa during the summer of 1905 that she became acquainted with Mr. Ira L. Pennington of Brock, Nebraska. This acquaintance ripen ed into love, which resulted in theii marriage 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. — 30 October 1915

.t,,t,,T..f..f..f. .J..J..J-J-.J. . ,t,,t,,T,,f ,,t ,y, i TUB CLAYTON NEWS, OCTOBER SO, I IMS. Loral and Personal Johnson Alien of Texline, spent Wednesday in the city. Henry Kilburn of ML Dora, made a trip to Clayton Wednesday, Fred Wolford of Hayden, was a isitor in the city Wednesday. Mrs. V. C. Basey of Texline, was a visitor in the city Monday. Henry Becrly and family motored nver from Kenton Tuesday, II. E. Gloer left Wednesday for a ! n days' hunting trip. J. E. Skelton of Wanette, was a Clayton visitor Tuesday. S. A. Pftl.it and wife returned Monday from Hayden. Mrs. C. H. Morbn of Wanette, was trading in town Monday. 8. A. Mesías left Tuesday for Ma nassa, Colorado, where he will make his home. Miss Daisy Spangler of Raton, has accepted a position as stenographer feit.ii cite t irsi iiuiional iiuaK. Mother Agnes of the Franciscan convent, returned Tuesday from a trip to Denver. Mrs. Hetty D'Orsay left Monday for Pueblo, where she will visit for a few weeks. 4 Mrs. Jack M. P...

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