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TUB CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY, APRIL 1G, 1921. V f NI The Story of í Our States 2 t By JONATHAN BRACE I. DELAWARE TO DKLE W ARE falls the honor of being the first of tho original thir teen states. December 7. 17S7, It officially adopted tlie Con stitution and thus was made a. beginning of our present Federal government. According to the seventh article of the Constitu tion, however, It was necessary for nine stntes to ratify It before it actually came Into force. So it was not until the fallowing June, by which time eight other states had accepted the Consti tution, that the United States of America actually came into be ing. The early history of Delaware was a varied one. vlt started In 1038 when u smull party of Swedes settled at the mouth of ' the Delaware river and called It New Sweden. In 1055. Peter Stuyvesant, the governor of tho Dutch colony of " KfcvNéther lands, annexed this territory; But It did not long remain Dutch, for in 1604 the English took possession. When Pennsylvania was deeded to William Penn fie desired access to the scucoast and at his urgent request Dela ware was transferred to Penn's proprietorship. From the be ginning of the eighteenth cen tury, however, Delaware had Its separate legislature, and at the time of the Itevolutlon It be came an independent state. Delaware Is nest to the small est of our stntes, having an area of only 2,370 square miles. Its participation In presidential flec tions is limited to three electors. This is arranged according to population. Each state Is entitled to the sjime number of presiden tial electors as It has members of congress, so the influence of the different states In voting for the President varies from Dela ware's three electors to New York's -45. As to .the derivation of the iiarac Delaware, this was appro priately given ta-the stte from the river, which In turn was named after the bay and the bay was called Delaware In honor of Lord Delaware, who was gover nor of the Virginia colony in 1C10. 9 by McClure Nenipapcr Syndicate.) T" Y 2VOT1CB to aia MVBSTOCK tíwx- Something for nothing is a hnrtl job to accomplish. We wotildn I bo mean chough lo adviso any ono to try prove tho truth of tho- adage. Hns, nv tub CATTLH HAX1TAIIY HOARD OF NBW MKXICO. Uy tho pnssaeo of a law relating to re-reoordlnR of branda by the Fifth Legislature of the State of New Mex loo. It le required that all owners of livestock having brands on record In the office of the Cattle Sanitary Board shall re-record such brands by the first day of July, '1921. A failure to have Biioh brands re-eorded as provided by this Aot provides that they shall be strloken from the, records and be come obsolete. Proper blanks will be mailed to eaah brand owner from the office of the Cattle Sanitary Hoard. The following: Is the text otthq law to which your careful obaervnnco la directed: JVOTIC15 FOR rUHLlCATION HOL'SH HILL NO. 00. Ah Amended. AX ACT iiklatim; to tiik IIH ItUCOIlUING OK URANUS. r r J J l J II. 4 The Story of Our States I 3 WSSMWiB M N' By JONATHAN BRACE III. NEW JERSEY EW JER SEY be came tno third state just six days after Pennsyl vania had for mally adopted This territory, the Constitution. which covers 82i square miles, originally was a part of the province of tyiw Netherlands. In 1CC4, after tho English con quest of Nw Netherlands, the duke of York sold the southern portion to Lord Berkeley and Sir J George Carteret. The latter had , woa some distinction us gover nor of the little island of Jersey In the English channel, and it was In his honor that the new province came to be called New Jersey. The eastern portion, that about Newark, was settled by Carteret and; the. territory , the southwest. wher&.Burllngton t and Trenton now stand, fell to Berkeley. After a few years t Berkeley sold bis share tq a party of Quakers, nn two tdhv f tlnct provinces wocamftrmed,, ' called East and piey. They were reunited, however, In J 1702. nnd became a single prqv I.M inilA. Din .1 t runt miIa tf English crown. New Jersey casts fourteen electoral votes for president. ( by UcClure Nwippr SndIi.) BK IT KNACTKD BY TIIK MÍGISI..A- - MHXtCO: ' -Section l. The Cattle Sanitary Board of &ev Mexico Bhall have the power to and shall oause all brands now In actual une to be re-recorded. For this purpose the Cattle Sanitary Board shall iseue and mall a oltcular letter through the United States mall ad dressed to each owner of any brand now of record. with said Board, At the post offloe address shown on the brand record, requiring the owner or ownern of brands to file with tho Secretary of Bald Bonn! an exaot fnc-slmlle of any urn nil or ornnür now üclntí used or owned by such owners. In addition to tho above notice, the Sanitary Board Rhall cause to bo published In cither KiikHhIi or Spanish, or both, In 'at least one nowupaper In each county, In this State, where there Is such a newspaper. a copy of this Act, said publication to continue at least four consecutivo weeke. Sec. 2. Within three months from the date of the first publication of this Act an aforesaid, it shall be the duty of all owners of brands now of record in the offloe of the Cattle Sanltarv Board, to filo with the Secretary of said Board, a fuo-slmlle of the brand or brands now In actual ase and own ed by them. A fee for the re-recordlnp of brands shall be one (1-00) dollar for each brand re-recorded, tho pro ceeds to be used for tho cost of notice Ivon as provided In Section 1 of this "Act;1 provided, that any excess money from such fees shall be placed In tho Indemnity Fund of tho Cattle Sanitary Board. " For the right to continuo the uso of any brand or brands recorded with the Cattle Sanitary Board, tho owner or owners thereof shall, on or before the first day of January of ovcry .third year after Its recording, pay to tho Cattle Sanitary Board a fee of Fifty cents (5 .50), whlchjsald amount Is to be placed In the Indemnity Fund of the Cattle Sanitary Board. Upon re celpt of the, payment , of the said amount. It shall he the duty of the Cattle Sanitary Board to mall to any such owner or owners a brand certifi cate for each brand recorded and for which aald fee has been paid) showing; the date of the re-recording nf the brarfd and also showing that the fee herein provided to be paid has been paid. A failure to make such payment shall forfeit the right to use any brand When the right to use any brand re corded aforesaid shall have become forfeited, the said brand shall not be recorded Uy any other person until after the expiration of two years from the date, oí Ute forfeiture. The Cattle Sanitary Board shall Hive notice each year on or Mafore the first day. of No vember by letter mailed through the United States mall to the owner or owners of such recorded brand of. tbe amount due to be paid as hereinbefore provided. Sec. 5. That It Ib necessary for the preservation of the "public pence and safety of the Inhabitants of the- State of New Mexico that the provisions of this act shall become effeotlve.at tho earliest possible time, and, therefore, an emerteiia' lR hereby declared to exist, and this act Bhall take effect and be In full force from and after Its pansace and approval. S. Farm Loan Hoard Will Resumí; Loans About slay 1 Washington. April 5. rThe feder- fc farm lcm board expeeU to re time making loas about May 1st, cuifliixr lo nifurwalion given out here today. Department of the Interior, U. . Land Office at Clayton, New Mexico, March 31, 1921. Notice Is hereby Riven that William A. Gould, of Sofia, New Mexico, who, on March Í3, 1917, made llomesteaa Hntry, Serial No. OÍ47TO, for NB4 NW tt Section 23, SÍ4 NW. N14 SW Seo tlon 14, Township 26 N., Itange 2 It, and Additional Hntry under Act of De cember 19, 1916, Serial Mo. 024938, for HW NWÍ4. Section 23. Bfc NW, Nfc SK, SBtt SWH Seotlon 14, Township 25 N.. Banco 29 Kast, and Additional Hntry, under Act of Deo. 29, 1914, Se rial No. 024938, for NWK IÍWU Sec tion it, N SBW. gffU SEW. SWV1 SV4 Section 14, Township 25 North, Itango Sí Kast, N. M. P. Meridian, has filed notlee of Intention to make Three Year Proof, to-establish claim lo 'the land nbovo described, beforo Charles P. Talbot, U. S. Commissioner. 'UY, B. Commissioner, at hln office In Clayton, New Mexico, on the 3rd day of May, 1921. Claimant names as witnesses;. Jonathan S. Berry, I.emOel Si" Dean W. K. Fronabarger, F. W. Jblner, all of Sofia, New Mexico. PAX VAI.VBItDK, April 2 April 20. Ileglster. Stale or New Mexico, Comity of Union, ss. " IN THE DISTIUCT COURT. Slntulanr Motors Financo' Co., Inc., Plaintiff, vs. ! J. M. Garrison, Defendant. N'ottco of Foivclousuro Suit. Slrnyed Ono brown mnre, 6 years old, wliilo spot in forchnad, branded W with lazy II onnnnclod on tho loft sliouldiT. Howard for information leading lo rocovory. C. C. SlUo, Clayton, N. M. 15-lf. .Strayed Ono black horse, weight about 050 pounds, roach mano and wiro cut on front fool, ura,nd un known. Left my placo l' miles south of ML Dora, Soptombor 20, 1920. 35.00 reward for return of horse. H. J. ISllard, Ml. Dora, N. M. 15-2to Overland 1 Xow Heady for Delivery Tho Overland I, a car In a class by itself, is now ready for dolivory. I have mado arrangomonta lo sell llioso oars on reasonable torpis. .10 miles on a gallon of gasoline ,aud 12,000 miles on standard tiros is tho record of the Overland 4. G. a Granville. Clayton, X. M. 1 1. FOR SALIC No. 5053 By virtue of authority vested in me by the foreclosure decree reiir dercd February 8, 1921, in the above entitled cause m tho District Court of Union County, Now Mexico, by the Honorable Thomas D. Lioh, Judge of tho Eighth Judicial Dis IricL of the Slate of Now Mexico, I will on April 30, 1921, at the hour of 10 A. M al the east door of the Court. House at. Clayton. Union Coun ly, Now M.exifo, offer for sale to the 'Highest ,bid(lir, ono Iord Hoads tor. Motor No. 3727559, and accesso ries, the properly of the defendant .1. M. Garrison, the proceeds of said sale lo lie applied to the judgmont rendered for plaintiff, the Standard .Motors i manco company. Inc., against llio said J. M. Garrison in I lie sum oí 8518.01. C. Jl, MONTGOMERY. special .Master Tliornnhlnvd llolstein Hull at. A L. England's ranuh olio mile west of town, service, $2.50 for tin sea son. 15-10 For ncnl oiO ncros good grazing laud, w acres liavo boon cultivated Four room rook bungalow. Also 280 aoro relinquishment adjoining for sale reasonable. Communlcato with Dr.C.M.01ie 1020 Wolton street, Denver, Colorado. 13-tf, I am in tho market for your Cat lie and Hogs; office old Dixie Tho aire building; office phono 311; res Idonce phone 2!i. Also hnvo some good springer cows for sale cheap W. J3. Haldwin. 13-lf OFFICE OF THK SliCUBTAUY OF STATU. , CUIITIFICATK. T, Manuel Martinez, Secretary of State ro( the State of New Mexico, do hereby-certify that the foregoing Is a true, exact and correct copy of HOUSE BILL NO. 66, as amended; AN ACT HBLATIJíG TO THE RE ItHOORDING OP BRANDS, as the same appears on file and of record In my office. Approved March 9, 1921, effective oh said day. Given under my hand and the Great Seal of the State of New Mexico, at the City of Santa Fe, the Capital, 6n this 23rd day of March, A. D. 1921. (Signed) MANUBIi MARTINHZ, (SHAD Secretary of State. April S April 33. Cows Wanted Forty to Seventy-five head of good young cows on shares under two to five year contract. Hnvo plenty of good water and pasture. Call or write lo Hunter Paokwood, OreHville, N. M. 15-if Good Rooms Clean nhd sanitary boda, 50o, 75c, and $1X0 al the Clayton Hotel. It is iiere that you will find the best moaU. Mrs. t. T. Whitfield. 15. R. I. Egg for sale--l.G0 per sel ling. Mrs. G. C. SmiUi, Clayton. HHf STINSON'S DAIRY Fresh Milk nnd Cream Deliveries Niylit and Mornlnu Phono 59D. Clayton, N. MAUI YOUR RATH lldo.1I SOMETHING TO IH3 PROUD OF Funiituro Repairing And Upholstering. Have your old? furnlturo mado new. See J. 0. FuU korsin, Just across tho street from Watkins rooming houso. 0-tf. Good Beds and clean r.toms, 5Ue; 75o and 91.00. Clayton Hotel. 13-tf.. For Sale on Extra Gootl Twuw Sweet potato slips, cabbago and tomato plants. Have 500 bushels of pure Nancy Hall Pumpkin Yam Seed bedded, and 300 bushels of four othor variónos. Wmlo for oil ciliar. T. Jones & Co., Clarendon, Toxas. il-3tc SEWING WANTED Plain or fan ey. Mrs. Mentor, phono 1013. li-tf FOR RENT A small ranch neai tjvn. Apply to Ibis office. 7-U 180 acres of good, land 18 mites northwest of Clayton. Or will trad for Clayton rosidonoe, or horsos and caUle, or anylhing worth tho mon ey, llox 127, GYonvillo, N. M. lG-2tc- llljlh-fluss Scwlnu; all kinds hem stitching and picoting; work guaran teed; man oruurs promptly iiuou. Mrs. II. M. Masscy, corner Third and Cherry streets, phone 52, Clayteiv wow Mexico. IK- WANTED To hoar from owner of good Farm for salo. State cash price, full particulars. D. F. Bushy Minneapolis, Minn. 14-GU SEED POTATOES FOR SALE Free of disease, clean, sound. Buy early and get tho best Thoao spud are the same variety as thoso shown by mo at tho Union County Fair, and awarded first premium. Raisé your own. Price, $2.25 por cwL cnsli on dolivory. Location, three quarters of a mile north of Roycev Switch; also on salo al John Day's grocery store, west of railroad, in Clayton. C. C. Coppodgc. 14-lf. Buy What you Need and Give the Other Fellow a Job Lct'nll pull (onothcr and make Clayton a cleaner nnd more prosperous town. Sprinn clrauinu lime Is hero! We wash quills and wash and steam clean feather pillows. Our French Dry Cleaning department Is now complete. Wo .ijieeiallo hi fancy cleaning and pressing, and guarantee our work; you bet wo do! yep, we go you one bet tor, we will even dyii for you!! Wo solicit wash from peoplo from the country. Ilring it with you. We will wash nice and clean whllo you attend to othor business. j. The Clayton Steam Laündry CLEANERS, PRESSERS AND DYERS Quality Phono 207 Service NOTHING TO SELL HIT SERY1CE ! The DIXIE STORE For Ladies and Chihlrens Hats Racket Goods and Notions "1 Your gnosis seo and uSB tho balh room very frequently. II ought lo bo,just as attractive and comfortable as the living room or parlor. Having It so, is a suro way of making cer tain that your gnosis will car ry away a high opinion of your home. A woll appointed hath room, equipped with modern sani tary fixtuieg is attractive, good looking, easy to clean and keep oleairt Tt is the fin ishing touch of refinement in the real modern home. Seo us about tho ways and means nf adding this comfort to your home. A. post card or phone call will do it. CLAYTON PLUMBING & IIUATING 117 First St. CO. Phone 189 I THE j R. W. . Isaacs Hardware i 1 COMPANY t Tim iioijsk ok r.nnn sKitvme to the FAitircit5 4 I CORN SHELLERS: f X Hand Ono Hole and Two Hole. 2 jj atocKinau anu suuen suoiicrs. t T riMvr.n 11,1.11 tuti.xui'.us: i T 1 II f. li,nl.l..,lUHnno font i, ' l "I t pany & Bowshcrs. '7' '" I ENGINES: . ! U to 15 Horse-Power ' J 9 Falrbanks'-Moi-so and I. Ü. .C " I ' TRACTORS: " . . J ' 8 1G Mogul. 1 I WHEAT DRILLS: ( I jr ' Ono Horsc Five now. 1 1 Four Horse 12 How. ! "' ' " I MANURE SPREADERS: ' J! SOD PLOWS: ; -s i 12 o 16 Inch. - - ' . I HAY BALERS: " ' ' - f Ono Horse, nnd the I. II. C, C'HP, í V, I LISTERS: . 5! I Any and All Styles. I TRACTORá: v ; $ Gang Plows. i " " DIsq Plows. : v " Dfse Harrous, l I t I : I YOU WJLL FIND WHAT YOU WANT AT j- I The R. W. Isaats Hardware Co. I . i i v mu Jiuuau ur uuuu ami vi tii. tu mis rAK.iiiiH \n\n TUHK OF TIIK STATU OF NBW Apr. 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