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PAGK FIVE PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS Mrs. Louis E. Tiffany lifts jiuC re turned from h six weeks' visit (o Denver and Eastern slates VK WILL CONTRACT YOUN BEANS September delivery, 18.50 per cwt. R. C. Oct. 1 to 10th delivery, $3.50 per CWt, II. G. Oot. 11 to 15 delivery. $3.25 per OWL, II. C. 5 per cent paid you on contrads. We will buy your boans if you do not care to conlracl and will pay highest market prico on dale of de livery. O. O. GRANVILLE. Qrrie Hamilton, manager of Die OÓmJey Lbr. Co., is confined to his Bed this week with an attack of fe vor. , ...... B. W. Snyder, moved lifts family - f - f uniitiinriiiin vaftimtflav Mifk Helen Penrsrut nf the Farmer, . ..wsiooinníui ímiik, win leave minor - WiflW ror 8,,orl viatt 1,1 Missouri. vIiOfiT lHck Angora Gat. ItoLurn to ' -'4 tw office ami receive 15.00 re- Hit Mrs. J. W. William and son left .yesterday for Ilnnlinmlon. Tenn.. it'GT'tOer spending lliree weeks visiting i Mire. Williams' brother, Leon Mil W . ' 1 , ÍiT " IMPORTANT NOTICE V The Registration Board doslros ''""Fir .-W i tlmt nil legal voters in Precinct No. " i register in oruer to avoiu oss 01 Jake Lujan -and Hob Hamblen, with their wives, will make a trip to yierm Grande mountain this eve ning, and spend a few days ouling. Miss Loma Spurr returned Thurs day from Trinidad, after spending a few weeks visiting her parents. Dick (Woolen and family and sis ter, Miss Ruby, returned Thursday, after spending a week in Denver. Mrs. O. I. Ileal y, who has been visiting her son and daughter, Kred and Olive, will leave tomorrow for her home in Alvord, Texas. Mrs. Nora L. Hyssong arrived on Monday from Denver and took clrtirge of the local Western Union offico temporarily. Mrs. Hyssong is a sister to Mrs. II. C. Davis, wife of the former W. IL manager. Next Monday is Labor Day, and it oeing a logni noiuiuy, tno nnnKs win remain closed. The post-office will be open from 10 to It a. m. Only be one from 10 to 11 a. m. Two de liveries will be made by carriers. Leon Miller and his sister, Mrs, J. W. William, were Trinidad visit ors Sunday and Monday. LOST Ulnck Angora Cat. Return to News office aud receive $6.00 re was hese Hound-up. attending tin Clayton Editor Bultci-baugh, of the Tox lioma Times, accompáoied by his brother and Mr. Smith, attended the Round-up here. The two Dulter baughs reinforced our bond, while Mr. Smith -secured n berth on the ball team and played in tun two Hound-up games. The Dixie Pool Hall moved Sou day to the old Azar corner. Miss Lucille Isaacs entertained n few of her little friends nt the homo of her parents, west or town, last Monday evening. Games of various kinds were played and refreshments served. ,Mrs. R. It Wooten, Sr., returned to her homo in Chiekitsha, Okla., after visiting relatives here for a few days. Bring your wheat to OtU)-Johnsoi Mero. Co. Market price on day of delivery, or will contract for future delivery. Clayton or Texline. f!. K. Monro, extension ilirnolnr of (ho Stilte College, will orrivo hero next Thursday and spend a few days with tho Farm Bureau. Hugh B. Woodward, district at torney, is atlonding to legal busi ness in Narn Visa this week. V , ''ififte and worry on election day. f Come to the court house in person any day, or mail tho names of all parsons over 21 years of ago within your household, to REGISTRATION BOARD. Hnv ScrnsrimiK onmn in frnm Mia. t., ;'souri lust week to visit bis hrolhor t'. '.'"- Jack. - "'4 ... .?' ,lfOR SALE At a bargain, 5 room í bungalow, nice lawn and fruit ttees, best part of, city. Inquire No. 9 Cedar St. H. H. Edmondson left yofclerdny for Trinidad, where bo will mouthasl nighl. ius romuy, who are. returning irom California. , M. C. NcN-els relurnod from Grcn ville today, where he has beun look ing afler tho plumbing on tho Gron villo High School building. Dr. Hurley returned the first of tho week from attending the Na lioiyil Dental association. Jas. B. Mock, formerly manager or tho Barnhart Grocery store, was in Clnyfon alfending the Round-up. Mr. Mock is now a resident of Trin idad. Mrs. Chrisiino Stamps and little son, John, came down Monday and spent the Round-up days visiting her sister, Mrs. J. 13. Proctor: She returned in her hujno in Trinidad Art Schloffmon of Dalhart, Toxns, WMITAIER - PAPERS; THIS LINE OF HIGH GRADE ' PAPER IS USED IN OUR COMMERCIAL PRINTING DEPT. THE CLAYTON NEWS PUBLISHING CO. Quality Printers Phone 39 Airs. R. E. Luokenbill returned from -Albuttuerque, whero sho has been visillilg for the past two weeks, Rev. D. I. Ilniiiinniiil and wifn worn in from Seilmi W'mliiMdnv. Iranannl- ing business and (akintr in tho bit liounu-up f Mrs. R. E. Wherritt entertained a larra number of vnuntrslnra nf. hep one mil. linirsnnv ovimncr. rnr her son, Master Robert, it being his tmrteeulh birthday. Fred C. Comally of Calrendon, Tex. was here yesterday transacting husiaese. BURSLI.M CA.MPA,1GN The Hair Net- ' A Toilet Necessity Hair nets aro worn very generally now-n-days beenuso thoir use prevents tho hair from becoming dlsarraitgetl while motoring or ongnglugShi any miUtloor pastime. We Mil all of the advertised HAIRNETS so, if you have a preference Just rietignale ft when ordering. . . Lltl' US SltUVIt YOU HKGULAltLY. THE SHOP THAT SATISKIRS City Drug Store 77ir fflstoaMj Stem WA.NSEH it HECK, Proprietors. (Continued from page one) several appointments will he roady for announcement by the end of this week. The headquarters here i3 confi dent of Senator Hursum's election hut is going into the campuign with determination to make the election one of an overwhelming majority. The only uneasiness expressed by members of the committee is in ro- Lgnrd to getting nut tho vole. Tho committee funds are very limited and it will have to rely on county organizations and local Hursum clubs for tho organized efrort that is necessary to get voters to Hi pons. Hint, morn is danger in ovor conridence nmong republicnift and supporters or. Senator Bursum i fully recognized. Responses to invitations In co-op eralo in election day effort, how ever, have been prompt and grati fying and (he committee expects by election day to have an organiza tion that will function efficiently in every precinct in (ho stale. Republican defections and pros pects for fusion movements to which the democratic organization looked with its usual hopefulness have fizzled out moro quickly and more completely in this than in any previous campaign. It has been tho policy of the democratic stale ma chine under Chairmnn Seligmnn, to leave democralio counties fo shift for themselves and to devote their lime, energy and finances to foment ing strife in republican counties. Tho democratic managers saw clTanoes for similar efforts this year in Va lencin and San Miguel counties. ISd. M. Olero has let his position he known promptly and vigorously. Ho is a republican, ho says, and will re main one. He may not take an ac lice part In tho campaign, hut the republican organization will be as active us usual in Valencia county and (he majority there for Senator Hursum will hn the normal repub lican majority, or more. The hoped-for San Miguel insur rection faded nut when Colonel B. M. Cutting's independent convention held in the Santa Fo New Mexican's office last Friday, drew fourteen delegates from three counties and resulted in the nomination of Apolo nio Sena, former 'mounted police man, as Cutting's candidato for UiH senate. Former Governor Larrazclo to whom the independents had look ed for sympathy, promptly tele- Kraplied from El Paso that he dull not approve or sympathize with the independent movement. Larrazolo may take no active part in the cam paign, but ho has let it be known very definitely that ho is not np iwsed to Senator Hursum. . As a result of these developments the campaign in januhlican counties promise to be fHjhQs harmonious as was tho stale'eoftVenliou and tiie result promises to be a vote for Butanm that will break all records in TKOse counties accustomed to re turn republican majorities. Your Farm Wants Them COLUMBIA Grain Bins. OWENS Bean Threshers GIANT and UNIVERSAL Béán Harvesters. I McCORMICK and DEERING . BROADCAST HINDERS HOW HINDERS, HAY PRESSES, . HEADERS TRACTORS - FARM ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANTS TRUCKS, WEHHEH WAGONS ELECTRIC WAGONS, ECLIPSE WINDMILLS, SAMSON WINDMILLS, POWER UNGINRS, 1JÉ TO ló II. P. "NO WAIT: NO DELAY: HEADY FOR DELIVERY." R. W. Isaacs Hardware Company THIS HOUSE OF GOOD SERVICE TO FARMERS WHEN YOU WANT Staple and Fancy Groceries Get 'Em Fresh Up-to-Date Meat Ma.ket in Connection MISTLETOE FLOUR $4.00 Per Hundred WE BUY IT NY TIIE CAN WEICHMAN & DANIELS hfSONOMY GROCERS"