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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 24 March 1917

TI..- ' ' ... . :i a. t. -. r ..m'-(: 1 I -' -' 1 I v. h i.'h i :. l íi. i. .1 Mi , ti :-. -.. ülmur or un uil'.;'!. U tomín IIi'U t-i i;il;c ;i part, üi h.'ii-i' i!i,N' Intt-'.lit nt iH-rsiíi- i-..:i .uno-c sucli I iiil.T-j1 l'.'h'. ai'il the art- -iipi.leiiicntai y ami aiiii'iiilah'iy Iherctu. the loll. i'it piihlir lamí-, ti'-uil: Til: ni SMW í;I)Y;::V.IKT i.riv will be a, representativo, gov ernment, lii'iiili'il by a president xvith h 1; t,!" ls i'1" '''1 "1' '!' I'""- v'imiij: executive power like the wn ("i!-. I lie i:iiM 1-f "i'f n i ii I1 u Hi'' f : ;i . !' I hi'T !'m'i't -h,. . i r '! .i'. Tie-.". - j- ,.ri v.'iit i- ! i- ' :i -.!' !.( i -!.'. l'irli ii'. '.ir I -i'rt--'..i v, , i: ; . .!. . t ',, i. . a ! i.:l o . ri: r ii- n! I Un' I'ml'-d Slates. . is.,,.,. i.,, ...... i ' I I i.Hi' r.TIT 1 . Tu i r . i . f W c 1" . rl'.s i! ' :) i'ink. metal. ,".;T Rf t.l.! TC Tf'i: l'f. "'-i i I" :n s. and aiiv kind ! 2 ,i'.'. hit I.:. value. :,1 y-l'i- I ' ' I ; i ' I . .--:iliiii i'...

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. — 24 March 1917

.o.'-'in wlni vive n.l, II, .'l.. ho. l-eitri . S, 1 ial Xn .1 ' , 1 - 1. lor XC 1. s;.... pinol lo esla':,ish :::. -in-l U .. cita I!. Sil nil, iva 1 as oí.,".. r,,ll,, , I BUSINESS JnJ j PROFESSIONAL HILL BR01H IS COAL, ICE AND TRANSFER COYPW ! TELEPHONE SBC ! , Clayton, New Mexico ! THOS. F. SAVAGE ! A I lent ion. Iloinrvlraders All legal niier!iiug in litis paper is n ail ami t ot r i !.-'. J ac cording In ropy. Head your a.), and if 111 envr is round how ever slkht, notify us at once For Nine Year. in Pnited ! States Land OrUce ! GENERAL LAND PRACTICE Entries, Contests. Final Proof á, Plats an! Attracts promptly attended to Ofike 1st N-tl Hack i;M.., CLAYTON, N. M, i mitm i: cur pi 11..I! i :o I ln t tii-.cnt of the Interior, I'. S. Land Ofrlro at Clayton. X. M., Mnrch 1. 1017. -Notice Is Ikti by uiven that Harry W. Howard, of Casamente. X. M., who, on September i-, CMC made Homes, cad Cntri. Serial No. "CImi.".. for SV.' ',, W j SI-: U. W a XV Section I t, ' T.. iiHhiii 2 IN'....

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. — 24 March 1917

(K.WDVIL1V We uri- ha iiic miiiic awful windy wi'ullior. 'I'lic c MI f fliit roiuiiinnity jut rmiri :uc fxrcjil Aunt Sun liuly. sin- tay. ilnuit Ihc :inir. Srlimil will hr mil ;i!i'll '.'í llwi-c i:-!' t.il i in .cIiim. tlii' ri-t .'!! ili-i'lil I'll ;n lint of rklP'Ss. . V. .I.i;iiviiii Mlil 1'üim!. .Inlill );!'!' l;irl.il I. Okkiliuiiiu S a t -unlay ni l. '.' t :ir. Ili I Sniilli tul l.iimh 1 1 íi v . iiiom-iI 'II III"' Clink Xii-li't'."i' il;ri'. I ,.i.... r. ,.i ... n... '"11 tlli-i Wl'l-i. W'HIs .1r.lni mil lima .lulinsnn -l'i'iit )'iiil;i isrnint: willi Mr. I itt-Tii NI ;tinl iliuiuliti'i'. Tlir I.íhIh ii will n I with Mr. i!lii'i Sinitli. l'lj 1 1 !- t.i . .Inn Anli;n Hairy I'.itiI. I tli-i- lililí. Ill I I . W. .I;illl-a. 'IV III lilSVM ii husiiii'- l'ri'l;i. Will l!;i rr i- :i 1 1 !; lo til.' n. Y. .lulinsnn ur.- wtiil.- i. V. is ni ( klíilii'in:i. V. S. Ituwliy mil i. C. I.arkin wi'ii' iii.ini'S ralli-r at M. Ski'in ti Un- CiiiiiirriH). Mniiilay. Al . .Morí ri'luriH'il In ...

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. — 31 March 1917

i. A IN :-e;,r.-.. that ;ic eten. - .tor i pi o l.'k- ad- .ie m 1,.' ir . DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY VOI. I ME X CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATTKDVY, MARCH 31, 1917 NUMBER 1Í EXTRA SESSION WILL (001) ROADS ASSOClVriON l.ep.-t'sentative citizens of layt Mt. lora. (rn-in ille, Des Moines. WASHINGTON ABANDONS HOPE OF AVERTING CLASH SCHOOL BOARD TICKET SI CGKSTKD BY CITIZENS Heheving that the coming year is Washington, March 29. President Wilson was said today to be hopeful that the house of representatives will rush its organization plan so there will be no delay in affording diiiau. Fnlumi and t hr parts of the ronntv. met Thursday alterr.oon ' Washington , March it, (irenville aiiii organized the In- members today took to the regular, the following nominees: v tn important year in Clayton school 0. Cabinet affairs th Citizens Ticket suggests i.n Countv Good Roads Association. :r.' "ting reports on preparations l The large attendance from...

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. — 31 March 1917

I . i n i ;: f - .'. i I '-' I'.'.rt'i'.i :i.!iii: L'.l'.l'.l I .ií55 5.si:( H,!ll lo.as'. . i'..!'l7 S.IW'.'.I 5,0 til L'.ti:i7 . 17,071 1,7 i .'Lin'.:; l.'.'ti'i .... L".t,:w'J I7.!57 7ií.:io5 l.:.'HI -',0'i'. 7!7 1 i i . l" i I :.IIJ. i.'iii7 i I .'.''s;n l.c,.:-r, .:::!.:;si ! 1 '''.i' .' 7 m.::.s SX '.'.'i i'..5;-.' .i.-,',:i :.7.:íi l :'i.r,in 7 -J .'i'i.ii.'r.' 'i.'-'l'l i'i.:i-'7 l.07:i II s,.L. If ÍOGUL TRACTO) PBG3LE.Y. OF CEillO hi ii ÜLi.lii. i v o I i, TO I VI. M Vilil.U NOW l I Hi: iniiid mvii.s estimyikd AT s .'sj.cis; M ANN M Y III. IN TERNED II KOUMVL WR DEC- lkyiio is mde. OKI .ii.:n:i . .. I-. x; s M ' Ti ( :i it :i . . Iihili.) V( ni i i t t;.r ('.nil. r;i. In . .. . Ni'W 1 i 'i . rii ma . . c :i-1ihiI 'II ( r-, . n r,:i!H, rriii Mill!',' -V ilill.-llir ! .--(. I-' . .I' ll:!. II' I i' -n- t . ... , v. .1 . I, li'iU-f"", Murrli 'I'll.' .rnl;- li'iu ni' ili -iliit: w 1 1 !i (' Titian iir.t.i xitcs while i I (In- lintel Sl.ili'-s is I -i -1 1 1 1 j - : 1 1 :il 4 - ...

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. — 31 March 1917

UT. I- '.'I .I ',:.'- I !': I. CIV :l.- ' ! I . . . . '. . !i .! . - . , , . i " ; !'- : ,i"ii v.,1- I I hi ,!;; . . , -..m. ','; -i ;!' -" t .' ' :i il' .i '' )' : .V i " '-; i . i : .: 1 1, i h'.' i i ' f! t i í !;:: .;-: . . i i i i i;;., ; ;. A' i.! -vi Crrry i'..;:i'. . Apr.! 1 ',. . I' (: ' 'o i,.;,; :!:i im .i .- v : .i ; r i !i ii i , vi i. ni.-. Al. llisw. 1, C.h.M's i. iiüty. A I (w iity-i'.iiir s'iles. n' which ; i ! kind ol ill -''."i i i i i ; ' i ; i i ii i i i and 'J ni" Un' -i m . m i m i ii . Trerls froni su : IHio :icr. s. Al. Carhbad, l-Mdy county, April l, twelve sillas, II of which are of he .") minimum value. 1 sale, part irritable lias a miniimim value (if Stii.Hti per acre. Tracts from in to :tlo:i acres. At. Clayton, Inion rtmnty. April ., will occur the most important ot all these auctions. A total of Ni -eparato tracts will be sold, six of which are of the minimum of $ln value, the rcliiainil'-r HI hemf; the 5 miiiiimm.'. The harts raime from iO to :!H,(I0...

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. — 31 March 1917

mM racr ( Tw ml CUr , OflleUI l'rr at Valva CMit7 ship a:.i p.-r l.h. r-mil o I h THE CLAYTON NEWS (II AM. P. (HIGH) SUTHEH Editor aad Uirarr OISK KOI. I. AH Pfcll VKAR Elite rid oh Ki-cund C'Iubh matter Octo ber 26, 1909. at the potitofili! at Cluytuii, N. M., unrii-r the Act of Mi.rcli 3 .IJi'J. Saturday, War' h al. lf)17 III''"' !' In S.'ki f i ii I i :' ;; ci'i. ' " - t : can !" ! . : ' I t to : (.I; che (' : IT i.is ( I-, v. l , h (. or ; i -'ll.i'.ri .ft 1 1 1 : ' i! bark a v. c - : tsvi- :::i v..- pjblifh a ! !; i po-t-d by sev- , a il ii"1- igmteil as a . ' Vi i ..I '.1 ," tiiin ' p ,r.y ropo.ed, ,.1 . ' ::! ar. !: made i i il i -:i i '(T '.ti.kt'ts : i i ! .! i.Ml bound . .1 ' ii '.. ..mí pra- - !!- ...v. in d ticket - - .!d l'ia,r the i!, i ; . ti i" i muís are. , il - .( no ii'.'T -ri'iice .... - MnV 1,' i . InwL Why? And the women tre juet as bad as the men. True, they do not in dulge in the practices enumerated in the foregoing paragraph, but in other wayH of the specie...

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. — 31 March 1917

!. Í us dativo 1'. I'-v'i. lb r.v un. I '1 ur ieli.-veil - J euc I, :!, vw.-u - i.a-.-u ci i ii-'y UNION EASTER MEETING You ere cordially invited to at tend (lie Union Easter services at the Mission Theatre at 11 o'clock A. M., April 8, 1V17. Music by the Clayton Musical Club. Sermon by H. Rich mond Mills, pastor Clayton M. E. church. i'roprani Prelude Mrs. Jihnsen "Sanctris" by Oounid (.bonis "F.ily.Hii 11- ly' Cei'tT"Katio!i Invocation H !;, "s rill's Avak"iii:'j" -- Miss :!,: ! . :laiti Sniptare L ss,-:i ( .Mt; .vatinn i O'.Vrri"; y v ir!.; s.,. ... .Mr. Lord ! :.;. ,"' ) i .ivi:i.- :e-,i-:-.' : " Mis. Owen I St !, !. "Th ..!" i'!' th" - .i : ..-,. 1. !;!:;..',.! V!U "U.il M ' - '..!-" Í ;t Ml the "He- ; dc-!ner." by ;i coil ... Ihonn "All ili.il I .. i of .I--..S Name- , ... ('c! j:; nation j l'i'i;'iii . . j lit .ssi, ; GOD Dt WITH B1M God be with him in this lonesome hour, And unto htm be sent Llfht, and the peace of reason and of power, To Rulde our I'renldent! The hounds ot ...

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. — 31 March 1917

' arlo, iV A'. -OLfl- SPRIhG VALLE '.';"...'::: . w ü Vc : ti- N T i i í NICt" '.' ; ai, la a í - V A r CY c .i.: I . . i i r i- -p r a - - ( . ;h. i. .1 ! i: . ,1 .. ii.ii I' I'-' .1, ,!l 'i : i i'.!.i:ri;i.K so i; i : s ,-ind Pro i-(lis. !N Pi S-ason. : 1. AVI ON, NKW MFA1CO i. v. .: . : M .- ; r .; . ! v. . I i i . ' ::':ir;--' V: . . ni.- : i-n.'v. r I ' '"'i .1 . i ji ;. ! ' 1 1 - -1 I rrly iii I nli'v ii,.';ií I'jIN. 'I'Ii, -y liavc 1)-cm w.ríli i.-ir v.i'iiilst ni f.'nl lo un." Fi.l" S;:It- !' 0 i I V llpil-.: UVi ( i AYT H;i us (M clucks. ' ' '.'. ;" .-.r.olhcr n-acn shed. .! . v::i s np h.nnd n' correct pricss. m . . i :í w ukvh clíytox j. fvl. SIMPSON, Proprietor. Oki !' wspapers Papers for Sale at This Office ';i 5T '..;.'i.i.., Eil! I íi: I" NEW PRICES ON FORD CARS ii;i: :n; oujni. i ..!.i. i oitn cuss i'isi:- u. s;m v r,t m ;. mi ;i;s . ...... $:;i:o. i,i ::m i . ...... .i... i oi j'l.i.i.r $.-i).". !.nv s.vj;. "Ut .. . ... .Slii... .'. u. ;. . t ikmi i iii-: noi: i'Sii...

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. — 31 March 1917

.cnl il an errm' is Imiial Imw 'v..f s!r:it, nolil'y lit at unce i. t,l.. 1 ' I . a .' i . t',,1 t he 1 71 11 day of VI V. I 1 I 7. lio- díte se I ,.r t lie 1 a I i 1 1 e e I '. .: I .' ... ! I, N ' ' i '.. '' .a ,,,!t,p .MX . BUSINESS JlnJ r PROFESSIONAL HILL BROTH I i COSL, ICE AND TRANSFER COMPANY TELEPHONE 58C Clayton, New Mexico THOS. F. SAVAGE For Nine Würs in United States Land Oilicp GENERAL LÍSfl F Entries, ('onif-st.-'. Fin;. i Proof:?, Hats ai:d Ah-;-;. ! ; promptly .'.U.'Li'. v.. Ollice 1st N't! Lank .id-., LAY' ON. N. Ai, II. 15. Woodward 1 i . I'.lufi WOODYVAUD ix IMA i; Atliirnr; nnd Cnnunellnrs nl Telephone Estchnnpe Building It. M. KUBOTTOM Auctioneer Will Cry Sales Anywhere at Any Timi' (rcuulle - New Mcx. nit. c. i:. ki:li.i:k Dentist Over Dean's Bakery Oinre rhonr 101 II In. v Ion COL. .1. A. SOUTHS Auctioneer Write mo at Spinra nr Phone me at Wanctto I'm' I ates. Commission une per cent, Satisfaction (iti-irantred See í. ('.. SMITH FOIl REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE...

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. — 31 March 1917

S-si.li. t'.M:.. r - WE HAVE HEARD THAT j, I i W. Itarnhart is spending the week in IVnver. I.. A. Wik'iiT. whit bas been very I1 is iti,ii:'L' in.'. M': ris C. Jobii.sun made a business tri t' Itat 't'., Friday. .N.'-it'i:- !; Kara spt-nt several day in r.lavtou this week. I'h ii ".v Ik -us-' (if Ore ham i- almost rompleted ly l'ar- FIoup that is fbur, Lyon's Best at ar.d Thursday. He left Thursday prepared it is just as palatable. We Department for 1918 show a slight Ma.rnhart'9. GosU no moro than in-' afternoon for Santa Fe to serve as a commonly regard it as food for an- increase in milch and beef calle, forior "just as good" brands. If member of the Federal grand jury, imals rather than men, but that island a decrease in sheep and hogs. Mrs. W. H. (iodlove and son. Enol.l Hen H. Ogilvie. has resigned his mere habit and prejudice. It is one .The strong demand and h.gh prices ..f ,ar Hayd.n, were, shopping an,1 ' position with U. (1. Granville and of the flnt human foods ever giv...

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. — 7 April 1917

ci:; rirllE WE;.;Fíi ILL' TBUE f,1EN JO: CO"E 10 THE . SUPPORT OF THEIR COUNTRY - ' vVV 'ÍL; l . - . -ve- arpe D - a . vy., y , ; ; TT: ? : : iTNTJ 3líÍ1Í' Eí'ri;1 TO TIlEtyXTKh'k'sr OF GOOD CT.FNSHÍP 'AND THE UPBUILDING OF TI Di COMMUNITY B I fj' -VfJ' VOLUME X ' - CLAYTON NEW MEXICO, STt'RIAY, APRIL 7, W17 NUMBEIMÓ nKÍ . , 1 PRESIDENT-WILSON'S GREAT ADDRESS . ' DENOIHG GERMAN OUTRAGES ANO WAR THE STAR SPANGLED BÍMRF 0f Sí INGRESS cheeks hoik joint session as chief .magistrate asserts state of war has been force on xatjon am) demands every means at hand to tlsii it to k.tory asks com pilsory army training for country. "Washington, April S. War against Prussian autocracy vn urged on con gress lust night by President Wilson in his epoch-making: uddress. Asking that the legislative body declare that a state of war exists between the Ger man government and the United States of America, the president declared that the world must be made safe for de mocracy. He made It clear that the ar ...

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. — 7 April 1917

run iiuim run untura varvirvl y GmANXttT&W Carl Laubaufh la helping Donald Red this week Mrs. J. H. Johnon Is reported oa ta alca llat this week. Clark Zickefooe la hevlaf wall drilled on ble placa. Mr. ana Mrs. Riga ara laitora at ta Boyd bom Thursday. Albert Bmith la breakrag ood oa tka Fletcher placa tkla weak. atlas Esther Ball waa visitor at tka Fltsgerald boma Tuesday. Mlaa Btbyl Fttsgerald visited at tka bosae of at ra. Bryant, Wednesday even is. Walla McClary and Oma Johnson were Sunday visitors at tka Pcrrymaa boma. Reverá) from this part attended the tba dance at Mountain View last Sat urday plght. Ed Wulr bas purchased the Bode Smith piare west of Sampson, and In tends moving the first of neit week. Several of the youns; folks attend ed the farewell party at the home of Mr. Nel. The party being for Misa fmlth. Mrs. Crane, Ton and Jim AnMlne were railed to town by the news of tbe serious illness of their sister and aunt, Mrs. Sue Duty. Jim AnRt'ne and Mrs. Anstine, Mra...

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. — 7 April 1917

(Continuad from Page 1 i ;.:..ii''!!!'. ii!ii;::i:!::i,:!i,;!:" t: ir rAi:':i:T:;!!:.iirw!w,'!,:'':i':1 n:;;n Ft.ESIDEIirS SPEECH 'behind the carefully guarded confi dences of a narrow aad prlvtledged class. Thar ara happily Impoaatbl where public opinion command and In lata upon full Information concerning all the nation affair. "A steadfaat concert for peace can co-op ration In counaet and action with the government now at war with Oerroany, and, a Incident to that, the' never be Maintained etcept br a part extension to thoae government of the nershlp of Democratic nation. No most liberal financial credit In order j autocratic government could be trust that our reaoursea may. o far a po- ed to keep faith within It or observe dóraemeat and acceptance of the reck. I )) lea and lawlaaa submarine warfare alble. be added to their. It will In volve the organisation and mobilisa tion of all the material reaources of the country to supely tha materials of war and serva the Incidental need...

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. — 7 April 1917

I" i'1'i.i i or , in . a. i- ,.,r. W hen sou,, ihk ty or f,,,u .,- :n;:,,,.. im' men ai.- i lk. m s'1,1,1, . . .. THE CLAYTON NEWS Oairlal Paper mf T mt Cl7tOM, 3 UIDrial Taper f ( alea Coaaty J OIA. P. linCH) SDTHEHS K4itor aad Hunt O!'. IIOI.LAlt PK.R KM Rnlered ücond .ÁUafc matter Octo ber 26. 1S0. at the pontofTlce At Clayton, N. M., under the Act of March 1 .1179. MTIRIItV, 1-RIL 1. IBIT We frilled to corral I lie extra thirty Von Hindenbure'ti nrfetei-y is Ktill on the run. It takes Woodroiv Wilson to (;et re mill. i It ceemii tlint Allah hn about dis polved partnership with Bill, the Kaiser We would like to know which mem- ' hi r of our contemporary's Malt Is In possession of the lecturer'H license . It hounds like the ppectacled recruit. ! To have Itffii a reat man. Charles ( Kv.ms (luches made the quickest de nouement we ever heard of. Nothine like that for Hill Bryan or Teddy' ltoosevuit. ! i Iiii; up your hack yard and plant u ! Kurdeii. It's tlie hist bet we know of to h...

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. — 7 April 1917

"OIR FIGHTING MK" Admiral Mjm Admiral Henry T. Mayo, the naiídy airea Vermonter now In command of the Atlantic fleet of ' th Unit..! Ktntes navy, , upon whom much will depend for the skillful Ssxecutlon of orders from Washington, has served In the navy since 1876, the year of his graduation from Annapolis. BN (l!99 he had risen to the rank of lieutenant-commander, and In the war with Spain he made a creditable rec ord. In 1907 he came Into command of his first vessel, the Albany. Since that time he has formed ahead, with alternating lan1 and sea appointments, anion K the former being serving at the Naval Wr college, command of the Mare Island navy yards, and aide for personnel at the navy department. In 1916 he became cominnnder of a division of the Atlantic fleet. It was while on this assignment when he de manded that Huerta salute the stars nnd stripes, that he-upheld the honor nntl dignity of the American Hag and uniform In a way to give him world wide fame. Among Ms nssoclate Ma...

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. — 7 April 1917

JIOTICK Of rOTKUT C-3oi Dsrtmn of the Interior, tT. 0. Land Offlc at Clayton. N. M.. March I,1IT To Hrtc B. Fletcher of Clayton, M. M.. Costéete: Toa are hereby notified th Ivan Pari RartletL who tva Vance New Mexico . aa hla postofllce. ad dress, did, on February IS. HIT. file In thla office hla duly cor roborated application to conteat and Mrurt the cancellation of your Home alead Kntry. Serial No. 0214(2, made January Tth. for W tt. Section . Townahtp 22N., Range SSH., N. U. r. Meridian, and aa grounda for Ma contest he alienee that Horace B. Fletcher haa never eatabllahed a bona f'de residence upon aald homeatead entry, and haa never realded upon aald land according to law aa he only makea a visit to aald land once In every five or alx montha and aometlmea ataya ov er night on aald land. That he is not employed In the Army, Navy or Na tional Ouar of the United State. The above defaulte continues down to date. You are, therefore, further notifi ed that the aald nllcnations will b...

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. — 7 April 1917

nones ron pbblicatiob monte, N. M. KOTICIS FOll PUBLICA BUSINESS w PROFESSIONAL, I broth us ex a a irmi era S T3J?3 13 S CLsyfcza, Hew üezko j : j THOS. F. SAVAGE j For Nine Years in United ! States Land Office j GENERAL LAND PRACTICE j J Entries, Contests, Final Proofs, Plats and Abstracts promptly attended to Office 1st N'tl Bank Bldg., i LAYTON, N.M, j 3 -: H. B. Woodward P. O. Blue -- WOODWARD BLUE I Attorney a and OeaascUara at Law I Telephone Exchange Building a ! , It. M. RUBOTTOM J Auctioneer Will Cry Sales Anywhere at Any Time ! Grcnville - New Uei. DR. C E. KELLER Dentist Over Dean's Bakery eme PkM 1B1B Oayteai J..-. 'saB"Bl,Bal COL. J. A. SOWERS Write roe at Seneca or Phone me at Wanette for Dates. i ' Commission one per cent . , Satisfaction Guaranteed J AU lefBi MhrrUiB( ta tMt paper it mmmJ Bad mxreU4 v- bbt dint te copy. ht4 m4 if m rrr M found ver tiiftot, Mrtify us at it af U atetarte. U. Unk4 Offlee at Clay tee, B. ML. XUreh 1. HIT. Nattoe la Mnkf la that Barry '. ...

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. — 7 April 1917

INSTO - 1 WE HAVE HEARD THAT, i to business In the county seat the fore part of the week. - Henrr Hrunner of near Ouy, wna In Clayton J-'ridsy. ' "Stevé" M.ittoi. tnaile n business trip to I'enver thin week. WIÜI J. Mf;ui.i of nenr KimiIoii, ai In the city 1 1 e first of the week. C. V. Horiife! of nenr Hecdin. nttentl- to. IluatolPüü rn the city this week. . Vicente UarlcH of the Beenham coun try, attended To business In Clayton Thursday and Friday Walter Jungbluth of near Mt Dora, was a business visitor In the' city , the later part of the week. , t Chus. Ftrrel. of near Htead, attend ed t business In the county seat the latter part of the wnk. ' , V. V. Williams of near Hftydert. -r-tetnloil to business J:ithf coutity 'Siiit the forepart of the ,we eki - i-o. I". I'ulU' of near Sedan, attend ed to business- in the city Wednesday. " 'I'lione 188 for Quick Service In the lray ami trunsfer line. Carson & Co. ,..lr. Henry of near SeLtn, wju -.lit'-tendliiK to business i the count...

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. — 14 April 1917

ti-lt Texllne, levas lift FX F.I. CAFK NOW OPK lt-M" I Ua cakw lanas ATTEND PATRIQTI3 MEETING AT DIXIE THEATRE TOMORROW. SUNDAY, AT 3 O'CLOCK, P. M. DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY . VOLl'MB X CLAYTON, SEW MMXICO, ÜATFRDtT, APRIL 14. I1T. Kl'MBRR It EVERY AMERICAN SBBJEGTTO WAR DUTY Washington, April 13. National vice for every American la the princi ple upon which the administration be Kn today to found Its plans for the conduct of the war with Germany. Kvery American citizen will be called upon to "do hia bit" toward the achieve merit of victory over the "nation's en emies." President Wilson and his cab inet, In a two-hour session, mapped out the national service program. vThc program calls for millions of soldiers for the economic us well as the martial legions that will be arrayed Germany. The first problem taken up in detail by the cabinet was that of shipbuilding. The administration ngrees with Lloyd George that ships, ships and ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
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