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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 5 February 1916

THE CLAYTON NEWS, FEBRUARY 5, 131C. 3PE 0TT0-J0HIS0I MERCANTILE COMPANY I QUALITY STORE EVERYTHING TO EAT AND WEAR IF IT'S IN CLAYTON WE HAVE IT LOW PRICE MAKERS mm. A m Saw fyS We Sell Hole Proof Hosiery The guauranteed kind, Six pair guaranteed Six Months. We have them for Men, Women and Children. New Arrivals This Week Ladies' Waists in all-silk Crepe D'Chine, novelty printed China Silk nnd satin striped Tub Silk. These are by far the best values we have ever had- they are priced from $1.50 to $3.00. Middy Blouses A very pretty assortment of Midd blouses no tvo alike in the lot; they are made of extra heavy midd cloth neatly trimmed in red, navy, light blue and pink. An extra good value for $ 1 .50 Novelty Printed Poplin A g ccdserviceable wash fabric in a beautiful range of patterns. We will be pleased to show them to you. Price per ar c 35c. $3.50 $3.50 to ygyyy 1 TO $6.00 Zizi JJ 6.00 YOUR MONEYS WORTH The Queen Quality trade-mark on a woman's shoe is an assurance that she is ...

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. — 12 February 1916

DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF TJI E COMMUNITY VOLUME IX. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 19IG. ; NO. 7. FORMER JUSTICE CHOSEN US COMMITTEE CHAIRIVTAN President Wilson Endorsed at Har monious .Meeting of State Cen tral Committee. Santa Fe, N. M, Feb. 8. Judge N. B. Laughlin, former justice of the New Mexico supreme court, and one of the most prominent and best known Democrats in New Mexico, was unanimously chosen chairman 'of the Democratic State Central Committee at the meeting hold here Saturday. Secretary T. J. Guilfoil tendered his resignation and a new secretary will be named immediately by the state chairman. Harmony marked the meeting of the state central committee and lead ing democrats from all parts of the state were in attendance. The meet ing opened Friday and continued over Saturday, the tlnal business of the session being concluded on the latter day with the selection of the state chairman. President Wilson Endorsed Resol...

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. — 12 February 1916

M i- I Í -1 - r i 1 1 al n r. in ch. ii Wi-. to I i 1 1 1 1 t H i a eral da v ! Ii is vv !. I '. siib-ti'i;',-. at Hi" k.-y. 1 ' of t lil ilí s-'- Wat k ins THE CLAYTON NEWS, FEBRUARY 12, 19 IG. ' nitoMifi i' I LOCAL AND PERSONAL H T ' f i E k The 1916 Maxwell $655 lm-luriiiiu Mi'itric Self Starter nuil l.lerlilc Liuhts Attorney Joseph Gill niadn a busi ness trip In Amistad Thursday. j Hurt Lowe of Sedan is spending the wi'ck with Clayton relatives. j a f (i. C. (oodyear, of ír'iiv itl, was a trader in Clayton Wednesday. Attorney 1". O. Hlue made a busi ness trip to Iteyes Wednesday. lUley Hughes and Alton Height were business visitors in Clayton ' Wednesday from Kenton. Mr. ami Mrs. ;..(.. Naylor of I : 1 1 liarl, Texas, were liiisiness visitors in Clayton Wednesday. Carl l'.klund and family spi -it the week end at I In- Kklund ranch, where lln'v entertained friends. County Commissioner Salome er ria, of Pasamonte, was in the city Wednesday on business. j Miss Fannie Knox of Hollan...

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. — 12 February 1916

-l..l-l-L-L-l-lililí" '1 . WíJ í ; í A ra.'" THE U.AYTON NEWS, FMUtUAH J. IÜIC. MAN'S MIND THE POWER (By Mrs. G. M. Brass, Jr.) "Hender therefore unto Caesar the IbiiiKS which be Caesar'ft, and unto od the thing which be God's." Kihte. My heart goes out to all humanity impartially, regardless of religion or politics. In the early dawn of thn world's advancement, knowledge, handicapped by ignorance was rude and thought was limited. Man's Biagic power has given him self mastery, and also has trained his reason. Wc have learned two things: Life is not objectless; the spirit of fcrotherhood must dominate selfish ness to win success. With the ma turity of man's heart his soul broad ens, his affections, his hopes, his conscience reaches the heights above Uie heated passions of the strift of the healed passions of the strife of morals; there is a voice railing, call ing, calling to you, if you will but atop to listen. It calls you to the powerful center where wisdom dwells, and leads you t...

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. — 12 February 1916

THE CLAYTON NEWS, FEBRUARY 12, 19 IS. THEjCLAYTON NEVV,0,,is D- Bundles and the Scnat ernciAt. papbb of cniox couwtt CHAS. P. ll'THKRI (HIGH) ONE DOLLAIl PEH YEAH Entered a second clam matter Octo ber 26, 1909, at tha postóme at Clay ton, New Mexico,, under tha Act of March t, 187. Saturday, February 12, 1916 Should Not Force M( Donald to Make Race The correspondent of tho El l'uso Timen, assert that Judge LaiiKhlin's si'lt'clion as slate rhnirmaii means tho renomiiiatioii of Uovernor Mc- Dor)all to succeed himself. This also is news and important, if true, The Herald was not aware that Gov ernor Mconald desired to succeed himself. In fact we had been given to understand that the governor's principal ambition was to retire to his cattle ranch and private interests at the end of an honorable term of service to the people of his state. In the latter ambition, if we have been correctly informed of it. the Herald believes Governor McDonald exhibits his customary good judg ment. Within a...

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. — 12 February 1916

nir. :i,YK mays. February ij. iir.. SIMON RZSTEIN WK PAY lOSTAGE w. l. dolólas shoes $.i.ro to $6.00 MAIL ORDER COMPETITION (.LAY ION'S ONLY ItEADY-TO WEAR STORE. SOMETHING NLW ALL Till: TIME THERE IS-ALWAYS IrlETIiING NEW AT HERZSTEIN'S NEW DRESSES f of all occasions. An apron or house dress , "1 a simple party drtss or l an elaborad evening gown They m'i here aril still coming, any ki:id 'i' i;i'"-ii's von want. An imu'uii f' C II'" Li!''!!.'!! ill' rill evening ilp'SS !'' (.' i.i). I have any Mini ymi want. ,i :.(!!; ' Ire--srs ."(ill- ami up to SJ.VOII 1 iX'J ;ll'- and liny MAIL ORDERS I orders simiI In llerMem's ,.i .. iii'ily and carefully tilled usually shipped Hie suno --Head Letter ami unr re i.i flu third column. í An up-to dateline of those nobby, well fitting suits that are making our ready to wear department so popular-- -yr;yiiiaraiil I I.i bo All Wool '. " I" Pivi' ymi salisfaction. vl-i-.ll sil-, lvi-,ii U'lii VI -.11 Hail. SrliaH'ner Marx CiprWglil Hurt Sclulwf It M...

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. — 12 February 1916

costa; and TI1K CLAYTON NEWS, FEBRUARY 12, l!Hfi. Bessie Barríscale Starred in Tri annle flay with a Fnscinnliii Story al the llixle. Life ill Ihe pleasure loving set of rich society is nhiiwn in "Tin) Gold en Claw," with IJessie Itarriscale as the star, coining to the I I X 1 1" 'I'tie utre February IMIh. Mis Harrisralt is the pampered, pleasure loving girl who han never been denied ease hid) luxury during her young career. Truly ShiitfiH'k us Hie mother, is the devoted parent who is in somewhat straitened circumstances and has to slave ntr creditors who demand pay ment for jewelry ami gowns. Miss Unrriscale is led to marry a wealthy young man played by Frank .Mills. She is shown in a beautiful court with .shrubbery and Mowers, sitting by u fountain, when comes the news of her husband's failure. As a social butterlly Miss liarrisealc cannot en dure the thought of "love in a col. tage," She goads Mills to seek an other fortune. I here are altérnale scenes where Miss Itarriscale ppea...

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. — 12 February 1916

Till: CLAYTON NEWS, FEBRUARY 12. 1916. Who Is lie? He talks in thrilling tonos On delinquency of Jones Who wouldn't join the chamber Hear him talk; This rather chesty rooster Who claims to be a booster But who never yet. whs known to Clean his walk. His head is in the clouds, As he harrangucs the crouds On the day of the cit. to never balk At any civic duty; His words are full or beauty But he never sees the slush upon his walk. Those who he thinks fall down In a-pushing of the town He lectures till they turn as white as chalk; But the old top never thinks Of the slipping, sliding ginks Who teeter and fall down Upon his walk. So when you're feeling pious As ancient Ohadias You'd better put the muffler on your squawk, If you haven't used the shovel On the street before your hovel And cleaned the sloppy mess All off your walk. "Jabs" in Santa Fe New Mexican. Cnpulin Government Reserve A. S. Shipman, an attache of the government land olllce at Sania Ke, was here last week straightening...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 12 February 1916

THE CLAYTON NEWS, FEBRUARY 12, 1910; i i LOCAL AND PERSONAL i . ' J. H. Hutehinnon made a bisinpns pip to Ktntnn Thursday. O. II. Mr-own mail a business trip to Kenton Thursday. Miss F.loise Mrixtol upciit last week aA the iciip.it of Mr. Kd Alderson t the ranch. Mi fluth Long of Corlena, Texas, .pent tin' week-end willi the Misses Bristol. Hobt. Harr. subscription man for Uin El I'aso Herald, was a business visitor in Clayton Friday. Mr. and Mrs. V. n. Lum of south east of Clayton, are tin1 parents of a new daughter born Monday night. Luis Lujan was in from Mex aoma Thursday to get stock for his tore. Mi Jessie .Neleyof Mexhoma, MTived Thursday for a visit jvilh Mrs. Lorenzo Lujan. .,. NOTira op poNKCt.oi STATE Or NEW MEXICO. M. COVNTT Or UXION In the District Court tharoef, Blht Judicial District. Kloerahelm Mercantil Company, cor poration, Plaintiff, V. No. 1.11 Porflrla Oarela da Rorbat, Cleofaa Roy hal de Garcia. Sllblano Roybal. Iaabal Herrera, formerly Iaabal Roybal, An tonio...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 12 February 1916

THE CLAYTON NF.WS, FEBRUARY 12, 1916. HKTlll, HJUlilTRADERI Ail legal advertising In this paper la read and corrected according to copy. Read your ad, and If an error la found however alla-ht. notify ui at one. NOTH K FOR PI ni.lCATIO department of the Interior, U. 8. Land OfU.ce at Clnyton, N. M., Dec. Í7, 115. Notice la hereby Riven that John Howe RutledRe, of ilrenville. Union County, N. Méx.. who, on June 7, 1912, made Hemestead entry, Serial No. 014753, for SK 1-4 and NK 1-4, Section 14. Town ship 27n.. HntiRe 30e., N. M. P. Meridian, ha filed notice of Intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Krlw. W. Fox. IT. S. Commissioner, at hia cilice, at 'li4,vtoii, I'nlon county. New Mexico, on the 17th day of February, 1916. Claimant ñamen as witnesses: J. II. Adams, Hush Adlemnn. Alfred Ailleman, William Otto, all of Oren- villa, 1'itlon county. N. Mnx. .i 2-Í l',u Valverde, HeRister. NOTICE FOIl PI lll.l) M ION 1 , partnient of the I...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 12 February 1916

TIIE CLAYTON NEWS, FEBRUARY 12, 1DÍ6. Bssssni OTTO JOIN SON 1 ERCANT 17 COMPANY LOW PRICE MAKERS Everything to Eat and Wear QUALITY STORE P R ll 11 D A R II 11 D GOOD STORE SERVICE WE WANT TO HELP EVERY CUSTOMER OF THIS STORE TO GET TIIE VERY REST SER VICE POSSIBLE AM) TIIE HIGHEST VALUE FOR HIS MONEY. IT IS PART OF 01 R STORE SERVICE TO HELP RUING THESE THINGS AROl'T. TELL I S YOl R TROUBLES IN A MERCHANDISING WAY. LET US CONSULT WITH YOl' REGARDING ALL PHASES OF THE GOODS YOU BUY WHETHER YOl' RUY THEM FROM US OR NOT. WE INVITE YOU TO USE OUR STORE SERVICE. WE ALSO INVITE YOU TO TELL US W HEREIN OUR STORE SERVICE IS W EAK. WE ARE NOT PERFECT WE SHALL XEYEIt BE BUT WE WANT TO GET AS NEAR PERFECT AS POSSIBLE. A FEW SPECIALS THIS WEEK WE ARE GOING TO HAVE SPECIAL PRICES ON SEVER L LINES THAT WE WOULD LIKE TO CLEAN I P BEFORE OUR SPUING GOODS REG IN TO ARRIVE. WE WILL NOT AT TEMPT TO il 'OTE YOU PRICES I.N THIS SPACE BUT WE ASSURE YOU IT WILL PAY YOU TO VISIT OUR STORE THIS WEEK. OUR E...

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. — 19 February 1916

1 TT DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. "VOLUME IX. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATUll DAV,FK.HItU AllY 19, 19!i5. NO. 8. V 1 Í MUM COUNTY TO HAVE BRICK MAKING PUNT Santa l'c Railroad Locates Depot at lies .Moines llardwtire Man Will Build. (Svvatlska - News Correspondence.) H. l'ettit, anil J. W. Angel hole, formed u partnership to be known as the Des Moines Cement Block ; and Brick .Manufacturing anJ Con struction Company, builders audi contractor! with It. l'ettit, as man- , ager and J. W. Angel as assistant manager. It is their purpose to make cement blocks and cement brick as well as do a general con tracting business. The machine to make the cement, bricks has been ordered. It will have- a capacity of í 10.000 brick a day. Mr. l'ettit informs us that the ce ment brick can lie made at a cost that will allow them to sell them at at about 1.50 under the cost of shale brick per thousand, and they will be belter for nil purposes than the shal...

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. — 19 February 1916

4 ti:? ( lavton m:vs, n:n. vs. íuic. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. lUirrett oí Tilomas, were, business visitors in Clayton Monday. Tom Ilushncll of Henhiini, was BI1IOI1K' tHi' business visitors in Clayton tin? first of tlic week. Mrs. Wilma Hardin is spending the week Willi Miss Ina (Jilos at I lie Jilos ranch. Mrs. Alan A. Atchison lias joined her liusliaml in Clayton. Mr. Atch ison is a printer working on the Citizen force. by the Turks but it is reported these forces had been defeated by Iho ltussians with hc.ivy losses, i.i i oiii i- about to.vly a wsi 1 i . Ill fsiatl bolder. It Mpt'l.V, i : i. c I lishi'd. it is r. ported, p:'-- i't i r e of Hie fcwjlffiiiite awnni pi-'r unls of the Caucasus c ini p:.;i,. The operations were designed to relieve pressure on the Hritisli in Mesopotamia, and it is assume! a junction with the Hritisli is no., d for. We ADD Lesunro Mrs. I.averne It. llrown and little daughter, Itutti. and Mrs. II. J. L"t terback, returned Saturday from l)enver where Until re...

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. — 19 February 1916

THE CLAYTON NEWS, FF.n. 19. MR ATTENTION, BOMBITBADBRS All legal advertising In thla papar la read and corrected according: to copy. Read your ad. and If an error Is found however slight, notify us at one. NOT1CW FOR PUBLICATION Department ot the Interior, U. ri. Land Office at Clayton, N. M., Jan. 25, Notice la hereby Riven that Felix Sanche, of Barney, N. M., who. on January . 11U. made Homestead p plication. He rial, No. 015875. for N 1-! NE 1-4; N 1-2 NW 1-4; 8ectlon 8, and NE 1-4, Section 7. Townahlp 23n.. Range J2e.. N. M. P. Meridian, ha Hied notice f intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above de scribed, before Register and Receiver, U. 8. Land Office, at Clayton. N. M., n the 14th day of March, 1116. Claimant names aa witnesses: J. B. Fernandes, J. C. Duran. Crea anclo Jlroni Huberto Vigil, all of Bar ey. N. M. 2-12-1-11 Pas Valverde, Register. NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. 8. Land Office at Clayton, N. M., Jan. 22. Ii6....

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. — 19 February 1916

Mitrar ' TIIE CLAYTON NEWS, FEB. 19. 19 THE CLAYTON NEW. IITinAl PAPKR OF I'NIOJI COUNTY OIA. P. M'TIIKRH (II Hi II Miltr mm Omef ONE DOLLAR PEIl YEAR Entered tim ftecond clans matter Octo ber 16. 1909. at the poRtoffice at Clay ton, Nfw Mexico, under the Act of March 3. 187. Saturday, Fchruiiry 19, I9IK. Sep. Homero lias lisruil his list into ttn rinií f'r j.'ivr-riur. Sec. heUVr tr.t that lint off tin- floor hrforis "Squirt Hursiim stfn on it. Our opinion at tin pri'-nt lime ii that Felix Martini', f-honld lie th) ilfmoiratic noiniiiff for I'nitrrl suit's Sfiiator from .Ni'v Mexico in tho rominti cleelinii. Tin' i lioii't' h helweeii Mr. MartitH'. ami Mr. Jonr1. Amonir tin' !' -pniilicans Catron nml llnlilull, lln- two an noiinri'tl i íiniliilali , an- iiiipoutihli a 1 1 1 Hhotilil lit' so coni(liriil liy tin' voters. It is Iul'Ii linn' lllat Sew Mexico hoiiM I' i'i'ii'i-i.'iiti'il in tin- senat.' of tin1 liiil.il Slates. This is Ihi- nut of spi't ialiatioii. Many'yi-ars ato i wis...

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. — 19 February 1916

S9 SIMON HERZ STEIN CLAYTON S ONLY READY-TO WER STORE. SOMETHING NEW ALL THE TIME WE PAY POSTAGE YY. L. DOUGLAS SHOES $3.50 to $6.00 mail oiu;r:n COMPETI I ION uí:';:!!!;!:;;j;!::;!;;i::;;í:;:;;;;;!:!;:!;íi;:í:;;:::;;í::.;,,;; ::.;l;;.iii;:!i'!:i:,;i.'i :.! í.jCí :;;:.:.s;.,i ;íii,,1riia!a:i;ii;;iJ'i.:ii,i;iairiii:!iíi:::s;sii;!!n pi Ladl Skirts - Ladies Dresses íes HI All colors and all sizes. White, blue, grey and tan, and in white corduroy, tan corduroy I and blue corduroy. Prices: $1.50 $2.00 ü S2.50 $3.50 $4.00 $4.50 $5.00 i,:;;. Baa;i:;i;i;n!;:;a H "'.ovrilit llar Schuffurr fc?.J Bimi;m;:i:!::;!i,j:i;;..;;;i;!!.,ji.-j:.:ii.:: Q -ffTTD WHY PRINCE ALBERT WINS Patented Process is Responsible for Its International Popularity. Smokers so much appreciate the flavor and coolness and aroma of Prince Albert pipe and cigarette to bacco that they often marvel that this one brand could be so different from others. The answer to this question is to be found on the reverse side of ev ery Pr...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 19 February 1916

(TI IK CLAYTON NEWS. FKI1. 1!). IDIfi. IN ONE YEAR NEWS MODERNIZES ITS PLANT AND DOUBLES WORKING FORCE Those more or loss halcyon days, but halcyon only because about the only turbulent piece of furniture in the shop was the big "jobber' on which The News was ground out one page at a time each week have passed wilh the cast-off machinery into the realm of useless things, useless save for memory that serves now as incentive that those long" weary days and longer and wearier nights, coupled with hard labor made possible a modern printing and newspaper plant. Getting the Compositor Jamied Hut those days that we mentioned concerned the time when Tom. lick and Harry just "dropped in" to pay the ofllce the customary "pleasant call," to read "copy" over the hand compositor's shoulder, to discus. "vital issues" with the latter and perchance invite him over to Tom (ray's to "have something" if the compositor was so disposed and he usually was. These calls had the distressing habit of coining...

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. — 19 February 1916

I'ai'hiini Ituii(nlo Completo. j.M-.tcui. ciiairman. Ami some as, j,,., CLAYTON NEWS. FEB. 19. 1910. New Building N'rnr Completion, j Ttnbt.. W. Isaacs new implement salesroom is Hearing completion, the steel roof supports having been placed 1 1 í r week. A scaffold on which workmen were just finishing the bricklaying at die rear wall, fell Tuesday, brick, mortar, work men ami whole work 4. The work men picked themselves out of the wreckage with very few scratches to show. - A1U OF THANKS. Students Ruy Flan. Patriotic Claytou students have "chipped in"' ami purchased i fine silk-wool fine, ivl'i feel, with the full quota of forty-eiuht. stars to wave from the flag pole above the school building. (íreely Parham has just com pleted his bungalow in the wet part of Clayton. The new residence is one of the prettiest in Clayton. It is modern and fini-dicd in tne. popu lar pebble dash. v Odd Follows Entertain. Clayton Odd Fellows entertained themselves and many friends at a masquerade ball...

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. — 19 February 1916

-H-H-l- I-H-l-I-M-I- 'lM'M THE CLAYTON NEWS, FEB. 19. 19 If s Here LOCAL M PERSONAL -Gome in Ss-K H. F. Campbell, formorly witli Otto-Johnson, lia accepted a posi tiuii willi l'almcr & Wherritt. Mrs. Mortra Harvoy U visiting friends in Colvert, Texas. C. C. Slieeb-y attended lo busi ness in the city Friday. C. A. lingers of near Pennington, was a business visitor and trader in Uie city Thursday and Friday. Reyes P. Martinez of near Reyes, was a business visitor in the city the. first of the week. Will Ladd of near business isitor and city Wednesday. Tate, was a trader in the J. 11. Cleark of the Otto neighbor hood, was in the city Friday making proof on his fine homestead and looking after other business. Guy W. Slack, one of the leading merchants of Kenton, was a busi ness visitor in Clayton Tuesday and Wednesday. J. II. Kilburn and Jas. Anderson of near Ml. Dora, atended to busi ness in Clayton Monday and Tues day. Miss Floyd Unstol will return Sunday from a weeks' visit with ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 19 February 1916

-M-K- THE CLAYTON NEWS, FEB. 19. 19 IC. "The Young Man from Allies" (A Irulliful yarn written in a brrczy vein.) , In tho fi(y of Iavt-nport, wtiirh is in tho Kingdom of loway, tliorc dwelt a Secretary of Comnierro, who was a Go-Otter, and a Hank Presi dent who had Meat in his Nut as well as Mere. Money out at Kitdit ler. The 1J. I'. wished to make the relations between himself and the adjacent Soil Tillers all to the Spauldiniis, so lie Fell In with the See's plan to form a County Agri cultural League. They toured the county in a 1909 Id-visilile, dis tributing literature, calling Meetings, lagging tbe local Hell-Cows and do ing Other Tilings Necessary. After the Commercial Club had Irovided offices, furniture, station ery, a Gold headed Steuog and other fixtures, the Slate kicked in with 1200 bucks per annum and the mer chants I)ug L'p a like Amount. Then they tappeil the Farmers who ex cavated, in Hound Figures $129.10. With a Favoring W ind their Groans could be Heard for Miles....

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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