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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 6 February 1915

i DY 0F .THE STRG. 8-16, 24, 25 Jan. 31 j -n a firarite His . Ej n His Mission Foretold iThe a Mistión How Ha Judged i.rriion'a Wa knots -Hit te God Victory In Daath. riñe HI -Bnrort, I prn$ flfe, antí dría not nor itrtmy Arink." -Jnityrn 1.1:4. LL Israelites who took a cer lain vow were styled Naza liles. No one aliould 'vuround tlicic people witb the reul dents of Nazareth Jesud was a rest ilent of Nnzjireth. but not Nazarlte 'The Nazurito tow was ihnt splrltons liquor In every form should lie avoid ed. and tlmt t!ie hxlr ahould not lie cut Samson from hlrth was under this vow, which, l.y the direction of the mi if o I of the Lord, win adopted for btui by bis parents. lu Rome ai use the vow seems to hnve signified com píete con secration to Ood ii hd Ills service. Twice before KüiiiKou'a birth, the an Kel of the I.ord coinmutilcated with his parents to the In tent that the moth er's mind, especial ly. Rhould lie Im pressed with the Importance of ub ateuiloiisniss: and that her eh ...

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. — 6 February 1915

1 "''Ti FT :Tíf "u-i;ia:c,-B!J5asaxg j:.J.r r-.vtTr.a;A-r.s,.r-:; -4 i THE CLAYTON NEWS OFFICIAL PAPER OF UNION COUNTY SUTHERS fc DURAN. Proprietor! Cha. Suthef Editor ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Cnwrad aa Varond Claaa Mallar Oil "bar IMh at tba Pvat Orltcc at Clayton. N. tt . uiwiw the Act o( March 3rd. 1879. . SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1915 Katydid Katydidn't "Simply as a matter of informa tion," we take this means of in forming all our friends, and we have quite a e that we have never, to our knowledge, been "slew." "hip and thigh," with "the jaw-bone cf an ass;" and had never' realized until our esteemed contemporary "saved the country'' in its last issue that we were in such close proximity to such a blood-curdling . painful and un happy demise. Never before bad we leen "cast out into outer daikties;" and we have never been in "pardise," whatever that niav be. nor set fiie to any "straw-piles" in that Klvsian, supposedly happy and highly interesting region; and we are not "consuming this d...

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. — 6 February 1915

MiiidiLi luí ! is atore. 1 U.MM H U . -h... on Jan. IS. 150S. made or -ou ' ''J"1 '' tlme flle íí Transfer r iling Feb. 3rd, the Fidelity Al 'Company ling U. S- patent).; tiir liuiiilier of acres fere Ciei.rge House, USO; Anna IOO;TIio. n. F.ppe.ri, S20; iZ IJ. Miller, 160; Henrietta 1 reed, 320; Eli. ,S. Grillilh :20; .leauette t arpenter, 320; John Car penter, 320; Bonnie C. Carpenter, ;20; Jaenl) Sraik, 320; John V. lay, 100; Larrnee Urton, 160; John E. Johsin, 320; T. M- Hair, ;120; V. A. Branscum', 1G0; A. F. Illicit), ,)G0; Orpha M. VV'oodworth, :;20; Hubert dilbert, 320; John It. ooper, 320; Mark C. Dana, 320; .Irhn L. Winforn, S20; C. H. Carr, M0; ti. I). C'oulson, 320; Albinita Archuleta, I CO; Luis Cliavtt, ICO; Adam Schneider, 160; Albino Campos', 'CO; Charley B. Wolsej , ItiO; Santa í'e lu lie It. It., 320. The following warranty deeds were recorded ; iMtlrti Garcia and wife to Jionifacio Garcia and it'e, 320 acres. IVdio J, Lova'o and wile to Nector (.'. de Baca, ICO ac...

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. — 6 February 1915

I ! 1 V vé LOCALS UNO PERSONALS Wm. KfiiMrr of near Wanette, attended to business, in tbe city Wednesday. G. K. libickwell. t lis Seneca mer cbant ami postmaster, i a businrss visitor in the pity Mondnv. The Newt job department turned nut aort.e nire print ma for Mr. Mack well the first of the week. C. 11 McCoy of near Guy, atten ded to business in the city the first of the week. He hits our thanks toe the proper amount on the subscril- lion of Miss. Martba DickerMiii Eldrodne, Missouri. Tliere's reason. of Methodist Notes for Sunday, February 7th 10:00 a. in Sunday School. 1 1 00 a. m.. Mornini; worship and sermon Stil'ject: "The Ktality of Jesus." 7:00 p. m. Young People's Meet ing. Leader ot pror-im : Miss Mac Arthur, suliject : "China." 7:15 p. in. KvtiiiiiK Sermon, Sub ject: "When I Survey the Wondrous Cross. " Midweek service for bible study on Yii!.ied;iy itii.inj t 7 :''0 o'clock. Ser ice preparatory to the celebra t it'll of the Lord's SuppT on Friday evening;, Feb. 12th. (...

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. — 6 February 1915

1 K T ice for Pubt.y I of the Interior. v ji. M . January 1. 19 , ereby given that Geor: N. M , who. on Feb -estead antry. Berial. M V4, sec 25. Township 27n A Meridian, haa filed notice or ' tree Year proof, to etab'.h V , lor K S3e., intention to iairn to the , .ova described, before Kdw. W. Fox. I! "sb'ner. at his office, at Clayton. N. M rd day of February. 1915. iaimant nancea aa witnesses: S, on Loyd A. Smith. Samiatt W. Haldeman. Ollie W r- n'tñ, all of Mt Dora. N M. and Ed BerRin of t Inyton. New Mexico. J 23-2-20 I' Valverde, ReRi ster Notire for Publication Tepartment of the Interior, U. S. Land Office a iiayton. N. M.. January 6, 1918. Notice la hereby given that Samuel T. Roach, f Patterson. N. M , who, on December , Vtt, i-.sd homestead entry. Serial, Na 0162X2, for i wVt. nSof swH, eeS of swH. aw4 of no's, tec 3S, Town. hip 25n ran re 31e., N. M. P. Meridien, haa filed notice of Intention to make nree Year proof, to establish claim to the, land above described, before ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 6 February 1915

A Store for Women&Clrls SIMON HERZfc: r St, Aon GlnytotVs Only Ready-to-Wear THE SPRING CAMPAIGN New Recruits will begin to arrive in a few days, to Salute you This Store is making strong efforts to show the new things first Watch our windows, They'll begin to operate some big guns sopn, they'll be loaded with goods priced to sell, Mr. Herz stein wrote us that he bought a lot of Hamilton-Brown 'shoes at a genuire bargain. We're instructed to give the public the benefit of this purchase when the shoes arrive, We'll probably advertise these shoes in next week'? paper. Keep your eye on cur adds. SALE OF DUTCHESS TROUSERS lO Cent a $1.00 a Button Rip THEY'RE MADE TO-FIT, AND FIT TO WEAR - ANYWHERE THE NEW SPRING STOCK WILL BE HERE SOON SO HERE GOES 1st LOT T n 1 1 ii 11 ttt 1 13 v, f d 13 z iioy 2nd LOT 3rd LOT . t w Hi Mt M Regular prices were $2.25 and un to $5 00 Dress pants anu curuuroy pants All included in this Sale We're still selling winter goods at greatly reduced prices Ov...

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. — 13 February 1915

CLAYTON NEW DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. Volsma VIII Clayton, New Mexico, Saturday, February 13. 1915 No. 7 PERTINENT FACTS. BY CAPT. SNYDER Ccnmissioner Makes Business -like Explanation of Acts l 1 and Accounts for Funds All Clarion, N. M., Feb. 10. 1915 Mr. O. W. Guyer. JVlHor Clayton Cilixen, la? ton, N. M. Oenr Sir:- Answering; your inquiries and crit icisms contained in your editorial in Jour paper of February 5th, in which you endeavored to create with the raders of The Citizen the impression 'hat I had in some nmnn-r gotten away with some wo thousand dol 'ars of the money of Union couty after I became one of the County Commissioners, I desire, to say : At the time I was sworn into office . s Commissioner for District One had noticed in one of the newspa pers that the State Highway com mission had assisted Dona Ana County, in the southern part of our -itate, in building some good roads. Being interested in securing good road...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 13 February 1915

How To Tear Down A Town We famni reíd an awakming to tie fact that e have unmistakably readied the tierind where te must think and iilan. I am one of the lew Crinan fatmna that had to be In. tn. ai d I'm 11 cirpto pite my expeiienre that ithera mav profit, for know It cipe is mure expensive now than len )tar ago. Twenty-nine years ago began my farm rarerr. I had an old team and tSO. Our futnilure as mostly home made cl airs, cupboard and lounge made from dry goods boxes, mall) crttrrd with irttoiine by girl wife. We rented eight acres. Bring a boy of good habits I got all needed niat hiiiery and groceries of our home merchants on credit until full crops ere sold. The first vear was a wet season and 1 did not make enough to par creditor. I went to each on day of iinmiise and explained condi tions, pacing as much as possible, and they all carried the'balance an other year. They continued to ac comodate me until I was able to buy a forty acre piece of my own. As soon as 1 owned these f...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 13 February 1915

i at ,-i-n light of near Thomas, wu a trader in the f ity Wednesday. Forreit F. Bourk, the Mexboma merchant, wag in the city Monday. orowu beauty Coffee, beat to be had. Get it from Hilgcrs it Barnhart Jess Crosby of near I'atterson, was n trader in the city Tuesday. C. Franklin of near Barney, at tended to business in the city Mon day . . . Good flour means good bread. Use American Lady Flour, for sale l.y Hilgcrs it Barnhart. Our old friend Nick Vigil, attend ed to lousiness in the city Thursday unA r'ridaV. Mrs. G. T. Toombs left Tuesday ufternoon for Santa Fa for an txtend- rd vUit. Fresh Meats, all kinds. Best line the market aflords at Winers & llarnhart. . E. L. Hall of near Sampson, at tended to business in the city Mon. Uy and Tuesday. G. E. Anderson of near Cuates, as a trader and a business visitor in 1 tie city Monday. We have some money to loan on improved farms of actual residents. Knquire at Texline, Box 2.1, or Ward Hotel.. " 7-4t. John Howlett of near Barney, at...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 13 February 1915

r. ;...s'-.v THE CLAYTON NEWS OFFICIAL PAPER OF UNION COUNTY SUTHERS & DURAN. Proprietors Chas. Suthirs, Editor ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR enterad aa Second Claaa Matter October 1Mb ml tlx Port OflW at Clayton. N. at., umtrr the Act of March 3rd. 1879. SATLHDAY, FEBHUAUY IS, 1015 Complimentary According to our contemporary the following "OUi political skates bent at the toe and run down at the heel," met at the courthouse last week for the purpose of rais ing money to send a representative tc Santa Ke to attend a slate meet ing of democrats: "Old Skates" Tanner, J. J. Duran, Juan D. Casados, Snyder, Valvercle, Saave dra, Spring, Herzstein, T. Mar tinez. Downs, A. Garcia, L. Cas tillo, H. Aragón, Jose Anaya, C. O. Dnnu, IÍ. Martinez, Taylor, Uvrne, Miera,' F. C. de Baca, and a dozen or two others. "Ye editor" of The Citizen was also present up to and including the time of the first call for subscriptions, when he silently stole away. "Old Skate' High was present. "Old Skate" Spring was ...

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. — 13 February 1915

t the bedside of their parent. W. T. Stone, who passed away last week. They left for home last Thursday morning In Mr. Pitcher'i car. Messrs. VV. H. and F. E. Stone left Clayton Monday, Feb. 1, for Crete, Nebraska, with the corpse of their father, which u luid to rest in Riverside cemetery February 4th. Mr. Bruner's children have been quite sick the past week. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Hayes have riioved to the home of Mrs. L. A. Stone for a short time while (retting ready to leave New Mexico. , IThe dance last week at the home of Mr. fluff was well attended. Lunch was served at miHnight. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher furnished the music. Mrc. W. A. Ralph has been in Des Moines the past week with her little daughter. Alice, v. ho is quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. C. K- Stone spent Sunday at the home iif Mr and Mrs. Cj M. sprague. J, closed latit -iThe school at Cuates Thursday. Miss Sylvia Stone is quite ill with With something like scarletina. "J Walter Gill has moved into the S. R, Hayes home so as to be...

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. — 13 February 1915

sjaa-isssaasssiaii 1 1 r----, v N. '-J Golden Wedding We feel complimented in acknowl edging receipt of an invitation to attend the fioldrn Wedding An niversary of Don Juan Vigil and hit rs'inialile wife, Dona Eleonor Trujillo de Vigil, which will be celt-braird at thr family hwn' near Cone, this county, the evening of February lüth. Don Juan and wife were married February 16th, 1805, and have lived a happy and prosperous married life since. They are one of the best known couplet in New Mexico, and the celebration of their 50th we i -ding anniversary Hill be an event long remembered in this county. Ibis editor Ik going, we don't know how, but we are going. Petty Thievery Ijist night thieves entered the pott-otlice ei klentlv in fceanh of coin of the renlm or stamps, but finding everything safe under combination and key, deuarted without molesting our I'ncle Samuel's business. Some time during llie nijilit they, or g :ntry of the sime like, forced mtr.nor tn the IMinpr , Whemtt I sto...

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. — 13 February 1915

L my ton, N. M. on .r'ry. 19IS. t.i.n:.-....'.i names aa witnesaea: Loyd A. Smith. Samuel W. Haldeman. Olllo W. Smith, all of Mt Dora, N H. and Ed Bcrgin of Clayton. New Mexieo. 1 -2a-2 20 paa Valverde. Register Notice for Publication Department of tha Interior, U. 3. Land Office at Clayton. N. M . January (, I96. Nutice ia hereby Riven that Samuel T. Roach, of Patterson. N. M . who, on Deeemlier , 1'I2, made homestead antry. Serial. No, 01522, for pwli. n'i of swVj, se' of H, sw1 of ne1, sec. 83. Township 2ún.. ranira 8le., N. M. 1 Meridian, hss filed notice of intention to make Three Year proof, to establish claim to tha land ahova described, before the Register and Receiver. U. S. Land Office, at Clapton. N. M., on the ÍSth day of February, 1915. Claimant namea aa witnesses: William T. Oats, of Patteraon. N. M.. Charlea Perry, of Pattei aun. N. M , Ferman M Iluskey. of Pennington. N. M., Gilea Cogdill, of Penning, ton. N. M. 1-28-2 2 p, Va Iverde. Register Notice for Publication ...

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. — 13 February 1915

SIMON HERZSTEIN Cloy tori's Only Rendy-to-Weor Store V Store for Women&Clrls J N Alen & "h 0 MEN'S WOMEN'S AND OIILDREN'S FINE SHOES ON THE BARGAIN TABLES All made by HAMILTON BROWN SHOE COMPANY. Everybody in the entire 'United State knows that Hamilton Browp Shoes are good good's, and they're-worth the money at the regular retail prices ?ny d?y Shoes have advanced in price 25 to 50c a pair since the war began, and they're going higher yet The shoes included in this sale are new goods which. were left on the manufacturers hands, after being made up for a shoe store which failed before the shoes were shipped. I bought these shoes at 20 less than the actual wholesale prices are to-day.. I am going to give the public the benefit of my Lucky B w Now don't expect to find shoes at 25c and 50c a pair because "THEY A1NT NO SUCH THING ENNV MO" v $1.50 I PROPHET SEES END OFVAR ÍJEXT FJlAY Popular J3ar.cs3 Sscr Now m Visit io A; HIS PnEDISTIGIiS F03 1915, H Says Floo&avelt Will Con...

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. — 20 February 1915

AYTON NEW .-nUOI) .,r,; LMt th r . j to mmlmet urt9, ,9 TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. ' nf .Tune 1 " ItlMuAl ÍII Clayton, New Mexico, Saturday, February 20. 1915 No. 8 THROW MILLION OF PEOPLES MONEY Republicans are Still Unsatisfied, However, and Demand Right to Waste More Santa Fe, N. M., Feb. 18. Pro visions for wasting nearly a million dollars ot the peoples' money have left some of the Republican mem bers of the second state legislature still unsatisfied, and wrangling over count v salaries has been carried into the sixth week of the legislative ses- ion. , Separate and distinct county salary bills have been passed by the senate and house, and republican leaders are struggling for a com promise. When the senate bill was "railroaded" through that body Senator Barth, Democrat, called at tention to the fact that in the seven ears necessarily covered by any measure passed at this session it would mean an expenditure of over 5900,000 morí t...

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. — 20 February 1915

Lazy Farmers Don't Read This. The United StnlrK, Department of Agriculture, the' state Ixmrds nd the experts II er the country are urg ing the dinner of America to cu!ti vte every iivniUlile acre durum the cmniiiK yenr. Thr wr in Europe assure the ,nle of nlnmkt ev y tliind thnt run tie rnistd. Every article I hat is exported to feed (lie noMiers ami the citizens and the stock if Europe means just that imieh less tor home consumption, even with !ii crops of every t li in ( , ttie prices will lie hiih. If it is nut a ood crop year the farmer will at least raise enough fur home use and wiil not have to piiy the Huh prices that will pievml Utilize every avaihi'ile aere for (rain, nrSMS and vegetable. In ni.iiiy seetions farmers re urj;ed to tiy a double Here aye of potatoes. It i should not he nectssary, under lro p;r ti.i.il.t. li iuipoi! pot..t(.ii, into any agriculture eountry. I'ut the hens ami the turkevs to woik and give them a npire deal. Haise pics, cnttle and licites in hs hir...

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. — 20 February 1915

.. . . 1-'4t- f .P businrss .-t to eeieeteil by tlie ui-lhii'-iMiid" movement. Tlmt the entire ';t will receive an unprecedented number of neuters is conceded on all cides. A large number of those who are visiting the lnsma-Californi Exposition are either artual or potential home-see kers, sea'chlnjr for locations or in the j mood to throw n(T their old bonds if they find something to their liking. Thus the ground already is prepared for the propogandrt on the possibilities ' of New Mexico giveji at all hours of i the day at the stnte's luililiur at the ' exposition. Lectures, motion pictures! and informal talks supplement oi.ej another hour after hour of the day;' and manv personal calls received by the commissioner ot publicity at his private office show the seriousness of mind prevailing the crowds. t In the motion pictures the visitors 'a Clayton visitor and trader Wednes from the Esst see glimpses of a new . day. land, rich in opportunities and all j Tom Giles of the Cimarrón "...

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. — 20 February 1915

J 7 i CLAYTON NEWS 1AL PAPER O? UNION COUNTY THERS &c DURAN. Proprietors Chas. Suthcrs, Editor . DOLLAR PER YEAR tmd m Record Clam Matter October 1H ha Post Offlca at Clayton. N. kf .. andar the Act of March 3rd. IB79. URÜAY, FEBRUARY IS, 1915 heavy snow is -falling and lers, ranchmen and business i are happy. Watch Union nty prize tbe top off the big limit next season- Poetically and prosaically" the d Skates'' were all there. kespeare and Dickens would bably have said it differently, thev would undoubtedly have de their meaning clear. Another thing: We would like to tv how in thunder a person o's not overburdened with world goods can remain in Santa Fe a salary of 85. a day, and pay J. a day for board? Captain Snyder may deal in rub ih; but what's the idea in using four columns of perfectly good ace in answering rubbish? To a in up a tree it appears that the ptain has all the lest of the ar-tment. Our obtuseness is evidently me'hing imt"pn, but Ftül we old that we should not b...

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. — 20 February 1915

t-6-M Pax Valverde, Rea-ister I- ,w mat thStt of New . . u to select ander th provisions nets of June to. 1910, and Jan 21. 1S98, he acts supplementary and amendatory la. th following pubte lands, to-wit: il Ol'HWO. List 428. See. 20. seH Sec. 21. nVt Sk 28 T. 23n. R. il 019100. Lilt No. 4281. ke4 Sec. 28. nwU See. 81 T. 23n. R. 84. 1 01"101. List &. 1 2-3-4-6 See. 6 T. 20n. R. 82. 1-2 Sec. SI T. 21 n. R. 32a. 1019102. List 4286. 3-4. ne ne1. Sec. 81 T. 21n. R, 83. 1 019103. List 4295. wV,. nwV4 se. Sec. 29 T. Sin. R. 36. Id 019104. Lirt 4329. i. s'-i Sec. 25 T. 22n. R. 34.. k!019l"ft. l.lst3S0. f See. 26. T. 22n. R. 84. kl 019106. Lilt 4331. All of Sec 33. T. n.. hi 019107. Lint 4332. H nw4. nwVt iwH. i ewW. neV4 se1. i Sec. 34 T. 22n. R. 84a. fal 01910S, List 4333. SnwW. swVí. aH teVi. Sec. 85 T. 2ín, R. 84u. ial 0rMO9. Lilt 4334. A -2 3-4, ne'4 i Sec. 0 T. 22 n. R. 35. :nl01''110. List 4335. a 1-2-8 See. 31 T. 22n. R. 36. al 019U1. Liit43H4. seU Sec. 19 T. 23n. R 33e. of abov...

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. — 20 February 1915

i THE SAME WITH A I I. CASE ! G I -leed enn and hopper , , ' I mutinied in Irtam. Kit ml- I I T natea telemning seed 1 I J f íisc covers A g lield firmly to ground under M spring presante t to ; ou g a- . lis i distance between press wheels can be varied. fi ter. . A blot- ter, Curved 1 Casting con-1 trols all t h e movements of the beam. The point of the middle buster al- avels up or down faster than the heel, consequently penetra secured at any height. Note further that the clutch holds le bottom is lifted nearly as high as it will go. This feature, j roper penetration at any height, makes relisting as easy as ary listing with the Racine Jr. LIST YOUR OTHER ORDERS WITH US' C. Otto left Thursday -ei-, short huoinex visit to TrinitUu.--. Ralph E. Farnaworth of near Sedan, was in the rily Monday and 1'ues day. '. Franklin of near Barney, at tended to business in the city Wednesday. . Good flour means good hread. Use American Ladr Flour, for sale by Ililtters & Harnhart. C. A. Bry...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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