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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 4 December 1915

tííE CLAYtON NEWS, DECEMBER , JD15. we pay ' SIMON HERZSTEIN ,, i mail-order' ' POSTAGE Clayton's Only Readyto-Wear Store v ; S COAIPETITOIÍS i r 5 , "I II r ' II ,: I , ;. . I, I I ,i ; ,,,, " ' I ' ' ' : m ) , Ps';l? JWk !. SUÍ in u .'.i: fcj ms.Jr,,ii.).'i ","i ii.i','.,b '. : , Ke v 'i ii. -;n, ,,,:' ' V, WEEKLY STORE NEWS ' í hk b ', Ji 11 h.x'-1 1- ,L j ui .n n ...j : . Z' AWT A PI AITC! IS MOW AT WED U! I tl 11 li II II if II 'Vk 11 II if lit I E fí II 11 LI li raiNi ii ta hj iLirii u u nu im v vv tí a Mil STEINS Let this be the year that you buy sensible gifts. 1 have them for the family. Buy here and you will have a present that will at least last from one Xmas until the next. Notice the list and prices of what I have below. Mothers' Xmas Present Bed Room Slippers $1.00 Bed Room Slippers 1.25 Bed Room Slippers 1.50 Black ('.reap Waist 3.00 Black Kill Gloves 1.50 Black Lisle Hose, flunranlerd 25c pr. 1 have so many they are too numerous to mention. Your Xmas Present For Frie...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 4 December 1915

THE CLAYTON VEWg, DECOIDFR 1, 1315. THE SECOND SEMESTER OF THE University of New Mexico OI'F.NS SATUtllAY 4AM 'AH Y 1. 1!IIG, WHEN STUDENTS MAY E.NTEH HF.iilLAK WOKK IN ALL I ) El A RTM ENTS OF THE INIVEHSm FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ADDRESS DAVID 11. IIOYD, President UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO Albuquerque, N. M. Dim n of Pi-ace in Mexico II is more than likely dint Villa will turn up somewhere in Mexico to denounce the intimation, coming from Nogales, that he abandoned his followers after the battle of Hermo sillo. Hut the other part of this report which Beta forth that Villa's followers are deserting him steadily and in increasing numbers, seems too well founded in be overthrown by a breath of denial from Villa. For example, there is the testimony of American army officers for the statement that, several hundred of Villa's followers sought relume on this side of the border following the lighting at Agua Prieta. Most of these were wounded, it is true, but only a few of them were so seri...

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. — 4 December 1915

if tiifc lJivto MUS, DF.cnmEn 4, 1315. AnnoiMcemeii Beginning next week our friends will find us established in our new building, three doors west of our piestnt lo cation. Our new home allows us to greatly increase our stock, so that we are picrmtd lo fill the unalhst erd luifrot orders on short notice- We give special attention to mail orders. Our Drug and Irescription department is in cínife of Mr. Jim Eubanks, a competent pharmacist. His services are devoted exclusively to that department. COLUMBIA Grafonolas. America's oldest and best, ranging in price from $1 7.50 to $500. We havea supply of records always ready for delivery. ANSCO Cameras, in many sizes, and ranging in price from $2 up. Make excellent Christmas presents. We carry in stock a comqlete line or all supplies and accessories. FOUNTAIN. One of the features of our new home, will be the "All the Year" fountain. We are endeavoring to mate this the popular resort for all who delight in fountain confections. Hot and cold...

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 December 1915

.'Si, TTIE CLAYTON NEWS. DECOrum 4, 1313. ! LOCAL AND PERSONAL I te U. P. Esterwood returned on Tues day from a business trip lo Halon. L. P. Middlestetter of Thomas, was in the city Thursday. Specially prepared Chicken Feed at the Clayton Mill. 47-tf. Kelly Shires of DaUiart, is visit ing his brother Lee, this week. Cale Giles of Kenton, was in town Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Jno. King of Kenton, was a Clayton visitor Saturday. Columbia Grafauolas at the City Drug Store. C. L. Labenski of Texline, attend ed to business in Clayton Monday. J. M. Lee of Cuates, spent Mon day trading in Clayton. J. A. Gregory of Grandview. made a trip to Clayton Wednesday. A. W. Thompson made a business trip to Mexhoma Thursday. C. K. Tatum returned on Tuesday from Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Hardgrave are visiting relatives in Dulliurt. Township Plats in two sizes, 0x6 and 12x12 inches, for sale at The Isews olllce. School was dismissed Thursday on account of trouble with the heat ing plant. B A. As...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 4 December 1915

2. NW 1-4 NW 1-4. Bestión 12, Town TTIE CLAYTON NEWS, DECEMBER , 1315. ATTENTION, nOJKSTBADER All legal advertising In this paper Is read lid corrected according to copy. Read your ad, and If an error I found however slight, notify us at ones. ti otter for Pnblleatloo Isolate Tract Public Laad ale Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office at Clayton. N. M.. September 20. 115. Notice is hereby given that, as di rected by the Commissioner of the dineral Land Office, under provisions of Bsc 21Í5 n. 8, pireusnl to the appli cation of Albert A. Edglngton, of Clay ton, N. M., Serial No. 019868. we will offer sc public sal to the tila.ieat bid der. but at not lene than 11.26 per acre, at 10 o'clock a. m.. on the 3rd day of December. 1916. next, at this office, the following tract of land: N 1-2 KW 1-4, Sec. 23, T. 26n.t R S4e.. N. M. P. M. The sale will not be kept open, but will be declared cloned when thoes prea nt at the hour named have ceased bidding. The person making the high est...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 4 December 1915

T1IK CLAYTON NEWS, DECEMBER Í, 1013. 0ITO-M1 COBSIPAWY LOW PRICE MAKERS Everything to Eat and Wear QUALITY STORE SON KCAMEE MACKINAW COATS Full line of Mackinaw Coats for men and boys. All wool, green, blue, red and grey plaid. Mack inaws for boys - - $5.00 All wool 32 oz. Mackinaw, in solid blue, brown, grey and dark red, for men $8.00 and $9.00 Men's all wool extra heavy Mac kinaws, in grey, red and blue plaid - - $8.50 to $10.00 Just received a handsome line of Navajo Rugs Holeproof Hosiery MM rOHw'MtN, WOMM.H MM ANO CMILDPll.N EVERY pair of Holeproof Hose hat 31 years of careful experi ment behind it. Hole proofs are knit so that every pair fits snugly, neatly and styl ishlyand no seams. They're knit from Sea Island and Egyptian yarns. These yarns, because of their wearing qualities and softness, cost 74c a lb., about twice as much as ordinary yarns. Best of all, six pairs are guaranteed to wear six months without holes, or new hose are furnished free promptly and cheerfully. Co...

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 December 1915

plica. Ti 1 iii DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME VIII. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1915. NO. 50. x PREPAREDNESS IS PLEA IN WILSON'S MESSAGE President Asks Con o rem for Mer chant Marine. Takes Shot at I'n-Amerlean Crowd. President Wilson's message to congress Tuesday is characterized hy the press of all parties as the most interesting ' of his document and full of timely and pertinent suggestions. That he struck the popular keynote in his advocation of remedies for the many problems now confronting the government is evidenced by the comment of al most the entire American press. "His conception of Pan-Americanism" as set forth in the message is broad and inspiring," says the Santa Fe New Mexican editorially, "his plea for preparedness is sensible, logical and business-like; his state ments as to the need of a merchant marine are statements whose truth and pertinence are self-evident to every thinking citizen; his...

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. — 11 December 1915

4-H-H H"H"I"M"I- "H-H-K- H-H-f .H-f-H-H- -I-I-I-I-I-j- M-M-M H-H-M HIE CLAYTíW NEVV8, DHCOícrj 11, tólS. w6wwk4u-u4tA--... n 4 MM'4---V Annóuncemen Beginning next week our friends will find us established in our new building, thie e tf cis v t cf cir ) n m 1 1 1 -cation. Our new home allows us to greatly increase our stock, 5o tl'tt we aie pi c tut d It fill tit snillttt tit Iiif.ft orders on short notice- We give special attention to mail orders. Our Drug and I rescript it n dt nit n 1 1 1 is. i i . tinje of Mr. Jim Eubanks, n competent pharmacist. His services are devoted exclusively to that department. COLUMBIA Grafonolas. America's oldest and best, ranging in price from $1 7.50 to $500. We have a supply of records always ready for delivery. ANSCO Cameras, in many sizes, and ranging in price from $2 up. Make excellent Christmas presents. We carry in stock a comqlete line of all supplies and accessories. FOUNTAIN. One of the features of our new home, will be the "All the Year" fou...

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. — 11 December 1915

urumiey, momas. veRlry. ularina r.Q . CETRO IT í ' tus rttvtttv rttrs, Dcmtnrn it. Mil 4 1 I LOCAL AND PERSONAL Arthur Wasson of the Cimarron was a trader in the city this week. F. H. Clark has returned from a trip to the expositions in California. Columbia Orafanolas at the City Drug Store. Nicolas Vigil of near Cone was a business visitor in Clayton Friday. Tom Clark was a trader in the city Big Monday. Fred Uoelderle was among the visitors from Haydcn this week. ' Specially prepared Chicken Feed at the Clayton Mill. 47-tf. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Scofleld were Big Monday visitors in Clayton. Frank Gilworth was in from the "A Eleven" ranch Thursday. Columbia Graphaphones and new records at the City Drug Store. . , , J. V. CoulRon one of Union county's prosperous ranchmen was a trader in the city Big Monday. If. you .want something good to eat patronize Weber's grocery de partment M. Cohen, collector for Collier's Weekly was a business visitor in the city this week. Dr. W. W. Chilton, w...

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

CHA. P. ITHEHS (HIQII) Billar mm Owmcr lliere IS lO le uu ,... l -p.,,,,,! imrtn on met fhnt I tTTE CLAYTON NEWS. TüCnnncn 11. 1515. THE CLAYTON NEWS OFFICIAL PAPER OF UNIOlt OOCJITf ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Entered second clue matter Octo ber J. 10. mt the poetóme at Clay ton. New Mexico, under the Act of March J. 17. Saturday, December 11, 1915. and was not believed; he prevari cated about us, and had the lie vis ited upon his own devoted head; and above all and better than all, he provided us and hundreds more with many hours of unalloyed en joyment. His writings were better than a Sunday supplement. Again we chronicle our regret. ro Golden Days lhere ar: two days of the week Germany nays she is prepared to ! i-In which and about which I ne ci "talk peace with dignity." Chances j ry. iwu care-ireo u,. .ü. are she will have to talk peace with France and England. edly free from fear and apprehen- ; t'on. i One of these is Yesterday, ns- . ,i i t i .,J terday with all its cares and frets...

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

CM t4 cUvtm vrcrs, Ctmnim it. mi WE PAY SIMON HERZSTEIN MAIL ORDER POSTAGE Clayton's Only Reodyto-Uear Store COMPETITORS h HiiuzsTiiiN's I 1 F F K I Y S I (I l r N k W S 9 hkhzs- UZSTEIN'S s AM rrn A A 1771 il TTTi KEEP YOUR EYES ON THIS PAGE if Stop, Look Listen SOMETHING IS GOING TO HAPPEN THE BIG THING IS COMING OFF lüllHI'IIIUraillllillll! n nurn ctd rm mail order competition n kpfTTircpnnTi NEWS OF INTEREST GATHERED FROM OUR EXCHANGES (.tub Getting Results Following is a little story fr" n the Silver City Independent that points to the value of publicity: "The Chamber of Commerce ha9 been very much on the job for the past eight days. During this period a total of ten newcomers have been located by Secretary Carl Hiuton. All of these people were attrect to Silver City by the advertising campaign which the business men's organization is now carrying on in the eastern magazines. It is urged that all persons hav ing furnished houses, room for light housekeeping or room and board, c...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 11 December 1915

J"IW,W II"M"II,M JJIW THE CLAYTON NEWS, DECnrnnt 11. 1913. America First The lato Elbert Hubbard, who lost bis life in the Lustania: There is very good reason to believe that (ermany is conducting a publicity bureau in America. This bureau is operated for the purpose of creating sentiment against our large corporations. If the people of this country hold the belief that the high cost of living is owing to the manipulations of big business, then this superstition will llnd concrete form in government prosecutions. For let it he understood that gov ernment can do nothing, right or wrong, save as it is backed by public opinion. And a democratic form of govern ment naturally seeks to do the bid ding of the electors, for the very good reason that every office holder hopes to "come back." Germany is seeking to increase her own manufacturing efficiency by building up big business. If she can build up a big business at home, and tear big business down here, she can drive Americans out of th...

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. — 11 December 1915

XlIE CLAYTON NEWS, DECOíBEn 11, 1015. I ODD BiTS OF NEWS Madisonvillc, Ky. "Uncle" Cy Car lisle has succeeded in raising a freak apple, although he liaa no name for it. Its upper lialf is a bright yellow color and the lower half is a bril liant red. ('ape May Point, N. J. Hid she or didn't she? Mrs. Florence Lindsey declares she swallowed her hus band's false teeth when she play fully nut them in her mouth. X i rays fail to disclose them in her stomach and she is suffering intense pain. The teeth are missing that's sure. New York, N. Y. Henry Troller a chauffer, was arrested on a charge of forgery. In order to make good the amount he obtained, he went to n hospital and sold a pint of his blood for .$13. The blood saved the life of Miss Sarah Wilson. New York, N. V. Anthrax is a common disease among animals. When Sophia Rasen, 17, desiring to imitate her wealthy sisters, purchas ed a cheap fur collar and wore it, she contracted the dlseuse from the fur. She died a few days later, the...

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. — 11 December 1915

nrrc CLAYTOV NTTO'S. PECOiltnt v. inn Tin I 'I I 1 M II 11 II 1 LOW PniCE MAKERS Everything to Eat and Wear QUALITY STOttE OTT 1 1 I CHRISTMAS GIFTS Our store is just packed with Christmas Goods, lots of handsome and useful gifts for every member of the family, both young and old. "Do Your Christmas Shopping Early," you and every one concerned will be better pleased if you do. FOR LADIES AND GIRLS We have lots of nice things the Ladies and Girls will $3 to $5 $4 to $7 $2 to $2.50 $2 to $10 $1.50 to $3 appreciate such as Bath Robes Silk Kimonas - Silk Creps de Chine Scarfs Parisian Ivory Toilet Set Parisian Picture Frames and Clocks Then how about Boudoir Caps "Comfy" slippers, Silk Hose, initial ond embroidered pure linen Hand kerchiefs, wool scarf and cap sets, leather hand bciSj etc FOU LITTLE GIRLS. Dolls, Dolls, Dolls, Doll Beds and Buggies, Doll Furniture, Toy Pianos, Writing Desks, Block Boards, Toy Cook Stoves, Parlor Balls and heaps of other things to delight the little ones...

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. — 18 December 1915

i DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME VI II. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1915. No. 51. 9 Í AUDITOR FINDS BOARD'S FINANCES SHIP SHAPE Copt Snyder Spoilt $1.!0 of his Own Untune Which will Doubtless Surprise Mr. Guyer. W C. Traistor and son left for their home in De Haven Wednesday after a several days business visit in Clayton. Hev. Autho Gaines, of rasmere, N. H., has been appointed to succeed Hev. Hay Spotts Dum as pastor of the M. E. church. Hev. Gaines will conduct services the first Sunday in January, llev. Dum goes to Las Voiron. J. W. Mallard and family who have lived for the past year on u ranch south of town have, sold The controversy between Geo. W. Guyer and himself, both being for mer editors of the Citizen, as to what became of the money appropriated liv dm ululo In T'tiir.ii oitmifv fr .tin position by the county good roads!""1 anfJ oved to Sulphur, Okla. board is conclusively settled now with the repo...

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. — 18 December 1915

H-H-H H-H-K-M M-S-H H-H-J. -H-H-M-H -H-H-I-I- I H-H-H- fWWH -H-I-W-r W-I-H-I 4-H-H-H 4-H-W TOE CLAYTON (VETVS, DECEMCrn IS. MM 1 LOCAL AND PERSONAL ! Books Books Books At Bob Isaacs. Bon Chilcoto attended to business matters in the county seat Monday J. B. McElroy of St. Louis, spent the week with Geo. II. Wade. Mrs. K. C. Srhwetska is visiting relatives near Cuates this week. that thn University's second semes ter, which opens January 4th, will show a further important increase in number of stndents enrolled, and the probabilities are that after the first of the year every county in the state will be represented in the stu dent body. J. V. Scott of near rVrlan was a trailer and business visitor in the city Thursday. J. T. Wiley has moved from his ranch south of Clayton to another near fiuy. Halph Hardin of Amistad, was amoiiK the Christmas shoppers in Clayton Wednesday. Chel Malm of Kenlon, spent sev eral days in Clayton this week visit ing friends. If there is anything wanted in h...

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 December 1915

tttt: ct. aytox nthvs. nncnrnnrt K. 191s. I LOCAL AND FERSQNAL" Tinker Toys at Bob Isaacs. B. F. MeCarley of Thomas was a trader in the city Wednesday. Geo. W. Sparks of near Harney, attended to business in the city Mon day and Tuesday. Clair A. Huberts of near Hosebud, was trading and looking after busi ness in the city Tuesday. Erector Metal Toys At Bob Isaacs. Jim Franklin of near Barney, was a trader and business visitor in the city the first of the week. Have you seen that Victor book of the Opera at Kilburn's? tf. C. N. Peery, of near Pasamonle, was a business visitor and trader in the city the first of the week. Attorney 0. L. Collins departed this week for Arkansas to spend the holidays with relatives. Get between Kilhuin's blankets for Christmas. tf. Mrs. Hutha Hees of Sedan, was among the shopping visitors in the city Thursday. Bob Lane returned to Trinidad Wednesday after a trip to his ranch in Oklahoma. All wall paper at 10 cents per bolt at Kilburn's. tf. Mr. and Mrs. W...

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. — 18 December 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS. DECOCTIER IS. 1915. THE CLAYTON NEWS ornciAL paper or tiniojr countt CUAS. P. MjTHKRA (HIGH) K4ltor mm Owin ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Enttred second claia matter Octo ber It. 10, at the postóme at Clay ton, New Mexico, under the Act of March 1. 187. Saturday, December 18, 1915. Teddy is becoming tamo. It may bo that an inkling of good sense lias at last taken refuge in his brain. Clayton merchants are enjoying a heavy holiday trade. When peo ple spend money for gifts it is a sure sign that the country is in a pros perous condition. And the republicans are still up in the air looking for a senatorial can didate. Catron is regarded as im possible because of his worthless- ness to the stale during the present term and his unsavory reputation during the past years. K. K. Plank, formerly of Arm-It, late of Lawrence, Kansas, has pur chased the Clayton, New Mexico, Citizen, a republican paper of Union county. Charley Suthers, formerly of this city, is running the demo cratic pa...

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 December 1915

tita ctvrroN xfctvs, decembto is, idw. WE PAY SI mO IN HERZSTEIIN MAIL ORDER TOSTAGE Clayton's Only Readyto-Aear Store COMPETITORS IIKRZSTKIN'S 1 WEEKLY STORE NEWS I A Big Gift For You III,,IJ'7í:TI7TVC' í Kiijiai ,ra M. mm S3 P y 883 o OFF SA I have on hands a large stock of winter goods and it must be sold. We have had but very little winter and that is against the ready-to-wear business. So I am going to give you your greatest opportunity to save money. 3311. OFF SAL 117 ii;tiiiBii!ii!iii!ii:iiiiniii!a;iia BEGINS MONDAY, JANUARY 3, ENDS JANUARY 8, 1916 Read the big eid next week REMEMBER THE DATES, JANUARY 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 1916 rnrn ctd rm mail order competition Di(Bcrzs((BacrD Mrs. H. G. McFadden has been as sisting at the State Dank of Com merce this week during the absence of the stenographer. Did you know that Tixier is giving purchase tickets with every cash purchase, and that they will be re deemed in either cash or merchan dise. They give, you a substantial discount from ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 18 December 1915

I TTTE CLAYTON NEWS, DFCEMnER IS. 191.1. Trtimpero Mr. Nick Zahm of west of Hay den, and Fred J. Houlrierle were in Clayton several days the last week on business. C. W. Iloush, manager of the Ohio Ranch Co., lias made several trips lately to Homero, after oil cake and J. Uishnp made a trip to Homero one day last week, bringing In a load of coal for Fred J. lloel derle. Steve Cantrell is busy these days hauling corn to the ll. O. Magruder farm. Mr. Magruder bought several hundred bushels of him. Mr. Paul Shuman of Grand Itapids, Michigan, and brother-in-law of Mr. Carl Eitner, has been visiting with the Eitner family several weeks and on last Tuesday left with all the Eitner family for the Isle of 1'ines, south of Cuba, where Mr. Ahuman owns a plantation. While here the Eitner family made many friends. Several thousand cattle were dip ped last week at the company's dip ping vat on the H. G. Magruder place. Steve and Rose Cantrell made a trip to Amistad Tuesday. Martin J. Bishop and ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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