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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 14 April 1917

Miencer, ull of Texline, Texaa. l-M-5-12 l-az Valverde, UcjUter NOT1CB FOR rCBLICATIOM Depart mtnt of the Interior, U. R Land orneen t Clayton, N. M., March 16, 1917 Nolle Is hereby Riven that Clyde I. Dodnon, of Clayton, N. M., who, on November 22, 1913. made Homestead Kntry, Serial No. 01712, for SW fc, fee 29 and NW . Section Í2, Township 2T.N.. Ranpe J6K.. N. M !. Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make three year irt f to establish claim to the land above described, before Hegiater and Receiver, U. S. Land office at Clay ton, N. M, on the 17th day of May, 1917. Claimant names as witnesses: John M. Hanson, of Clayton, N. M., William S. Jackson, of Texline, Texas, Fredrick C. Doditon. Nathan Curry, both of Clayton. N. M. 4-14-T.-12 1'ax Valverde Register OTI('K KOH PIBLHATIO Department of I lie Interior, 1". S. La nil iffife at Clayton, N. M . March 16, 1917 Notice If hereby piven that Cedro Joff Homero, of Mofes, N M . who. on November 21, 1913. made Homestead Kntry, Fer...

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. — 14 April 1917

u n: ti n ii ii n p M p P P M n p n P p n n ti II M 11 n I! 11 M 11 H (1 II 11 U n ti p p p p p p p p p p p p p a p p p 1 P P P P P P P R a p p p a u p p p p p p p p p p p p a p p p p p p ti El n ü ti i ti 11 II l 'iiiiiilmii i iiiniiriÉiii 1 CANTON L I IN rare j 1 M PLBMBNTfl PLOWS, LISTERS, CULTIVATORS, DISCS, SLEDS, ETC. Ml TWO CARS ALMOST SOLD AND ANOTHER CAR ON THE ROAD o Wo ISAAC CLAYTOII, The F. e O. Alan . I7BY7 IIEXICO V

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. — 14 April 1917

es??!- THE CLAYTON NEWS Offlplnl Paper f Twa of ClartM, Official Paar f I'ataa Canty MIAS. P. SI TIIKUX, (IIIUHt Kdltor, Owner and PoblUacr OIVK DOLLAR PUR YKAR Bntored an Sroond Cla matter Octo ber 20, 199. at the pontofflce at Clayton. í. M., under the Act of Murch 3 ,!". ITATKMEXT OP THR OWNKRSIlIP, MAXACiKMENT, CIRCULATION, RKQl'IRRU DY THB ACT OP CONGRESS OP AVUl ST 24, 1912. MATI'IIMAY. APItll. 14, 1917 lllfi KI1ITOK IIKHK Volnoy T. HokkhU, iilU-gecl editor of the (ireut IMvliIe weekly edition of the Denver 1'ont, hnu hoen nttendlnt? to nothing in particular In Clayton the paHt three or four tlay, und Is Btlll worklnK overtime nt the Job. Accord inn to IiIh own tentliuony, Mr. HoKgatt Is a Mk man. and we are willing to ubHrrltie to that view If the nentle man Ih measured from the eyes down ward. He says he Is here for the bene fit of the little man and that he nnd the (treat Divide wlii raise eternal hades with Hob I2rvlen and the lowly klne on April 25th We wouldn't have know...

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. — 14 April 1917

NOTICR OP CONTEST Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Clayton, N. M., March 29. 1S17. C-14 To Fred Llttan of Dea Moines, N. M,. Conteetee: Tou are hereby notified that Lee R. dargent who gives Gladntone, N. M., as his pontofflce address, did on January 10, 117, file In this office his duly corroborated application to contest an secure the cancellation of your home stead entry. Serial N. 019380, made April 23, 1915, for Lots 3 and 4, Section . Townnhlp 24N., Ilange 2ÍK., N. M. I. Meridian, and as grounds for his con test he alleges that entryman has not established residence on said land. You are, therefore, further notified that the said allegations will be taken as ccnfesHed, and your said eatry will be canceled without further right to be heard either before this office or on appeal, if you fail to file In this of fice within twenty days after the FOURTH publication of this notice, a shown below, your answer under oath, speclfirally renpondlng to these allega tions of...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 14 April 1917

:ii!l thhl llio I'aieoi 'n pijoiiiaiioii .pial .1, t'li; I'aZ Valvonle. l:-t;'-,t-l' j Mil hi: inn ri in. i vi ion lertor. C. S I..1 ll'l .M . Api il 2. 1M17 Lllt'll that .o!ii) n X M.. who. on mad, Moinest, ,,: I 'a sa monte. i.'M. made No. i'l7"l : . . . t 1!o.'.:'!cm: v-. s - ( i. avion. ni;u mkxico?' .... ' I MOTHE ok ronTKirr otick ron PUBLICtTIOM ( 1ÍI I IXtpartment of th. Interior. IT. 8. La,l "lPar,me" 0f the Interior. U . 8. Land omr. . i'i.vtnn. N vf M.r.h OIB ' Clayton. N. M.. April 2. 1917 To Horace H. Kleteher of Clayton, N. M., t'ontentee: You are hereby notified that Jvan :ul Hartlett. who iflves Vance New Mexico . .im his p'iHtotfice ad- dren", iliil. on Kchruary in, 1517. ! file hi ttiM oili.-e hi." duly ccr- I roborated : 1 1 j 1 1 : 1 1 ion to font'! and ( secure th, i. im-fllatum nf your Hmii'-i stead Kri!i., Sfii.il No. "JM',..', r.,a,l ; January Tin. I'M'i fur W Sim tion , . Towimhii- SiS . Italic- "'.i: N M ; 1'. Meridian, ami -is i i-ii,ihíh lor hi.-, content...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 14 April 1917

111. t.'.eir c.'.un'.-. ..' . hject ioll. . Registe r BUSINESS Jln j PROFESSIONAL HILL BROTH RS COAL, ICE AND TRANSFER COKPANT TELEPHONE S8C Clayton, New Mexico THOS. F. SAVAGE i For Nine Years in United no I States Land Office ! GENERAL LAND PRACTICE i Entries, Contests, Final Proofs, Plats and Abstracts promptly attended to J Office 1st N'tl Bank Bkljr., ; LAYTON. N. M, F. O. Blue "i H. B. Woodward WOODWARD A BIA E Attorneys and Counsellors lit Law I Will I Telephone I I--------' ( (.rcii villi i i i i exchange Building M. RLBOTTOM Auctioneer Cry Sales Anywhere at Any TiiiH' New Mex. lilt. C. E. KELLER Dentist Over 1 can's Bakery Otlice rhonr lot II col. J. A. SOWERS Auctioneer ito njo at Si'in-ca or Phono at Wain-lte or Dates. See g. C. SMITH H.I! REAL ESTATE ANO in? ra an' ce CONTEST CASES HANDLED EFFICIENTLY Olli.c i" East Nat l Hank Bldg. Wi un i Commission one per cent Satisfaction Guaranteed ! MOST FAPEr.iENCED IN EN .. i Eor All Auctioneer work Col. Georne Goodyear years ex...

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. — 14 April 1917

ftPKCMI. M.K Mixed Cane Seeil for fodder. $26 per Plant Seed Thnt Hiircced. II. Ilrreatrla rré It NVi' have plonty of coal now. Sup ply is uncertain. Keop your bin full of Swastika rorU anl you will enjoy llic winter, ti. í. Granvi!!'. We liave moved to our new clc valor. Come and seo us when you have anything to sell. 38-tr Four Sfatot isood Co. Try I.yoii'. Hest I'luur ami ymi will uso n oilier kind. W". C llarn iiart lias il and roronmit-iuls it a-? the highest quality flour ever sold in this city. tf LOST, STIIAYKI OR STOLKN lei.irtment of the Interior. IT. H. Land 't!ii-e ft Clayton. N. M.. April 9. U17. otif. ron rt Hiiit atiox N'o.lrc in hereby fciven that th Flute of Now Mexico han applied to select iinili-r the provlHlons of the Arci of June 21, lM'H anil June "'. 1H10 uid avia wuppleinentury and umenrlatory thereto the following public IiiihIh. to-wlt: Sfllal 024S1. l.ittt 7097. Si; 1-4 SV 1-4. SW 1-4 SK 1-4, Ser. 3. NV 1-4 XK 1-4, XK1-4 XV 1-4, See. 10. t. :jv, u. :'.;.i:...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 21 April 1917

77ie Fallis-Champ Championship Wrestling Malch at the Mission May 7th DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OE GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE ( 7V.V LX " 777: COMMUNITY 6 y VOLIMR X CLAYTON, MOW MEXICO, S ATI III) A V, AI'HII. 21, 1017. -V. ,. .... M M OF-It 17. PRES. WILSON SOUNDS CLEAR AND RINGING CALL TO PEOPLE OF NATION AN ARDENT APPEAL TO "FMERS IS ' DELIVERED THRU PRESS TO ALL AMERICANS kVORLU'S SIFFLY OF FOODSTCFFS IS SHORT AM) GIGANTIC- STRUG GLE UPON WHICH DEMOCBUV 19 EMBARKED MAY COLLAPSE UNLESS UNITED STATES TAKES UPON ITSELF TASK OF FEEDING MEN CALLED TO ARMS AND NA TIONS NOW ENGAGED IN WAR AGAINST PRETENSIONS OF DES POTIC GERMAN Yl SHIPS MUST BE SEP T TO EUROPE REGARDLESS OF) SUBMARINES I MIDDLEMEN ' Ml'sT Nlr OVERCHARGE! TRANS PORTATION LINES MUST IMPROVE SERVICE! EVERY MAN MIST DO HIS BIT TO ACHIEVE SUCCESS. Washington, April 15. In a personal .appeal 'addressed tonight to his fel low countrymen, President WilHon calls every American citizen man, woman, .and child to Join together to mak...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 21 April 1917

HELP THE HOOVER FU1D In response te tfce statewide appeal by the Rocky Mountain Club-Hoover Fund, contribution amounting- to a considerable turn aro beginning to pour Into the offlca of th New Mes Ico dvlson n Albuquerque. Although thle movement Is almost new In this aectlon of the country, the people have met the appeal generously, and from present Indications the looked-for $, 000 mark will be passed. The Fund dates from the speech De livered at a dinner given by the Club iO Mr. Herbert Hoover, Chairman, Cora mission for Relief In Belgum, while in New York City. Mr. Hoover states that the Comms- son Is now administering; relief to morei than 10.000,000 peraons In Belgium and Northern France at an expense ex ceeding $16,000.000 a month. Over $250,000.000 has been expended In keep ing these people from starvation. American has contributed only $9,000, 000 of this amount. What is more, the fund as an American institution, has been only ably and effectively managed by Americans and mo...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 21 April 1917

OSE RAGE IN STATE LEA05 TO THE FAVORS. 14 W WKV4TOK TO llKroMI-: MOST ,popi4f, Mt ;i;ti.i:mn is wasii jin(;to w n il AVonKK.il ron tiik f a vriioN v a tt: nw. vr. Washington. April 1. In tho flur- nn'l axcltomout of war debates, and UK t. inirul of the entire country - IJlvnll ken up with the question of what ill he the next step of Unelo Sam In e ttneral movement. 10 crunn itub- mllltarls, -little attention hns been to the less upectacular but cqual- , important natter of committee as ifeiinipnts for the various members of he present congress. Vor there will bo other things to at- end to rturlns the next two years be idea waging war with Occmany. The .vnnts of the people back home do not valt on tho negotiation of peaco terms i'here ero homestead entries, pension 'lulms. DOBtofTlco appointments and a thousand one other matters that do not keep a congressman It) the public prints but have a large Influence in keeping him In congress. For that reason, com mlttee assignments . are a m...

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. — 21 April 1917

HIGH COST OF LIVING HITS THE RAILROADS Ssrvlca Will Bb Crippled Un l3ss Relie! Gomes Soon. EXPENSES UP, RATES OOWN Weeteful and Conflicting Regulation Hamper Railroad Credit, Whlla Ad vance In Labor and Material Out- tripa Revenue, Chairman Krutt eohnitt Telle Congreee Committee. Unified Federal Control Will Improve Condition! WalilnKtii, The condition lii wblcu the ralliuuds find tbemselres na a result of constant Increase In rafes, prives of material, taxes and uther exiieuHcs, while their revenues are restricted ly legislation, was strlk IukIj des tIImM liy Julius Kruttschnltt, Chairman of the Kxccutlve Committee of the Southern Pacific Company, In bl teritluioiir diii'liitf the past few days before the Joint Congressional Com mittee ou liitfi.-ute Commerce, which Is making a study of the question of rallroud retfulullon. Mr. Kruttschnltt urged the committee to recommend a plan of regulation which will center responsibility for regulation and Its results In the federal government...

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. — 21 April 1917

í n - ii n w t í í , j . ti ¬ ll 11 I I n , i i t ! ' ts t ! C A'INTOIN LI IN E II I 1 1 1 n n n i fPMf i y 1 1 I M P M P NTS I r i i ii u ii í i &i v n ti ei ti 1 a r j 1 n H II M 11 11 n ti n ei ti n ri ir ta u . ti M II ti . !S n ti " 'M L3 II ti ti ti J M N n ri n n n ri ri n ti n íi ri 83 n u M ra ti u tl ti ti ti ti u ti ti U 13 ti M 14 ti tí ti ti ti íl ti ti ti ti ti u PLOWS, LiSTLRS, CULTIVATORS, DISCS, SLEDS, ETC. II lir é)f-a a jo 41 TWO CARS ALMOST SuLD and another car on the road CD w I I I rt n tl fl n u n n tl tl tl u n n ti m a ti ti ti n n n ra ti u 13 tl 11 11 n u u D n r ' CLAYTOIT, The F. A O. AAnn HEW IIEXICO tl tl tl tl 11 tl 11 11 tl tl tl 11 tl tl tl tl t! tl tl 11 11 il II tl 11 tl tl 11 tl tl u tl tl tl tl n ti n 1 1 ti ti ti ti u ti ÍS tl 11 t J tl tl 11 II r i

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. — 21 April 1917

r THE CLAYTON NEWS i Oalal Far" ml Tm ( Clartra. ' Ofllrlal Fapr ( VktM Ontr (HAS. P. HITHER. (HIGH) Eaitr, Owin aat Pafcllaher OlfB DOLLAR PER YEAR Bntered a Secant Class matter Octo ber 2. lt. a4 tha poatofflca at Clayton, N. M., under tha Act af March I .117. SATTRDAY, APRIL 21, 117 TO THE FUe O tolda of white aearletl O blae Sell trltk year silver taral May toad eyee welcome yo, wllllsa; feet follow yon, atroac heads defeat you, warai hearts eherlah yon, aad dflaa; lips sire yoa. their bleaslaa;! Oara by laherltaace, oars by al leclaaee, oara by affection loaa; may yoa float oa the free wlada of hearea, the emblem of liberty, the hope of the world I A BOB. EELLAR HEFFNER Monday afternoon at tha Methodist paraonagre Her. II. R. Milla pronounced the word's that made Mr. Roland Zel lar and Mlaa Mabel HefTner, man and wife. Only a few friends of the con tracting; partlea were present. Mr. Zel lar la an enterprising young man, and haa lived In Union county the paat even years, being;...

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. — 21 April 1917

A. H. McGlothlln of Mosquero, one WE HAVE HEARD THAT i - H. II. McDonald of the Sedan coun try, th In tho city" Friday. C. C. Gallagjier of near Seneca, In Clayton the first of the week. Buy a J. I. Case variable drop lis ter from H. Heristein Pood Co. 12-tf A. W. Tanner of Haydrti, transacted business In the city the first of the week. NOTICE FOR rVBLICATlON Department of th Interior, U. a Ln4 Office at Cllayton, N. M.. April I, KIT. Notice' la hereby given that Frank H. Gabriel, of Clayton, N. M., who, on December 29, 1913 and April 13, 1914. made Homestead Entries. Serial No. 017361 and 017739, for K Vt, Section 27. Township 24X.. Kanare Í5E., N. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make three yir proof, to establish claim to the land at- e d.crlbed, be fore Register and Kec-.M. . U. S. Land Olllce at Clayton, N. M., on the 24th day of May. 1917. Claimant names as witnesses: C. C. Jones, K. C. McFarland, J. T. Smith, I. T. Dodds, all of Clayton, N. M. 4-21-5-19 I'm Va...

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. — 21 April 1917

HOW TO sTAftT A rOD 0UI TO LSA&JV OF IT A Mr KJiij mum asaea to print April mmiiivii wwiur mu ( reelpa for starting a Ford ant In cold colds that ImI to eipeaslvs doctor . weather. That's aasy: Ton Juat repast ' billa bills that could b avoldad If ths Bimii of tha prophets In Arabia, tba cold waa checked In tima. C Smith , put a rum drop la tba cylinder, roll up 1411 11th 8t. Augusta, Oa, writes: "1. jraar sleeves, connect the batteries with j est a lie bottle of Foley's Honey and he aniñara In your tseth or your watch Tar and my cough and cold Is about, case, rip off your belt and necktie, well. I waa (lad to learn of a treat ; .yell the word Sherman used as a sym medicina Ilka that." Foley's Bonsy and onym for war Into tha gasoline tank. Tar enjoys such a splendid reputation 4breath hard against the carburetor so that It Is often Imitated. Of course, ai to warm the frost off of It; being 'no substitute or Imitation Is as good are ful not to let your whiskers get as the genuine...

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. — 21 April 1917

BUSINESS Jínd j PROFESSIONAL HILL BROTH RS COIL, ICE m TRANSFER CCSPWT TELEPHONE 58C Clayton, New Mexico -----"----------""i j THOS. R SAVAGE j V For Nine Years in United i - States Land Office GENERAL LAND PRACTICE Entries, Contests, Final Proofs, Mats and Abstracts promptly attended to . Office 1st N'tl Bank Bldg., LAYTON. N. M, i ......................... H. B. Woodward F. O. Blue WOODWARD & BLUE Attorneys and Canacllora at Law I Telephone Exchange Building i R. M. RUBOTTOM Auctioneer Will Cry Sales Anywhere at Any Time ' Grenville New Mex. 5 - DR. C. E. KELLER s. mm u Dentist Over Dean's Bakery Oltlc Phone 101 D Clnyten ........................ COL. J. A. SOWERS Auctioneer Write mo at Seneca or Phone me at Wanelte for Dates. Commission one per cent Satisfaction Guaranteed " ..................aaas,a ...... .................a See g. c. sjirrii - FOR JIEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE CONTEST CASES HANDLED EFFICIENTLY Olll-c in Firsl Nat'l Bnnk Bldg. ! m Tor All Auctioneer work Col. Ge...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 21 April 1917

t ? . SENATOR SKITIt WRITES ABOUT THE U6ISUTDÜE Clayton. New Mexico, v April IS, 1917. Mr. William Filter, Kill tor of the Kwnsttks., Is Molno. New Mexico. lenr Sir:- ' I'nrlnn the paHt month much ha lieen said tliroUKh the column of your paper regardliiK the road bills which failed to pass the last IokIsIh ture. Your criticism Is ho severe that one would naturally draw the conclu sion it lint In the opinion of the editor of the 1H-H Moines Swastika,) Union fount" wan entirely without represen tation in the lust legislature. In the first place let me assure you that 1 am not affected liy what you nay. or by what you failed to say. How ever, I feel that the public Is entitled to the correct information. It In true that the legislature did not pass a sin gle road kill nffectlnfr Union Count;. In the .Senate I Introduced two road kills. One of them simclit to create a State Hiih Way from les Moines via Folnom through the Treiwherlta, l'ans to the Colorado line, and the other from Clayt...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 28 April 1917

Amistad, 39 acre at $6; Geo. H. Brost- Avy, . t 77ie Fallis-Champ Championship Wrestling Match at the Mission May. 7th ' : í DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILWXC. OF THE COMMUNITY VOLIMB X CLAYTOJf. NBW MEXICO, MTIRDAV, APRIL 2S 1Í1T. GOVERNOR CALLS UPON PEOPLE TO BEND EVERY ' u EFFORT TOWARD PREVENTION OF WORLO STARVATION FOLLOW S PRESIDENT IN HIS CLL I PON THE PEOPLE OF THE COUNTRY TO AID IN EVERY WAY IN THE CONSERVATION OF FOOD AND TO INTENSIFY FARMING TO UTMOST LIMIT. FOOD SHORTAGE IS ACUTE OVER THE ENTIRE WORLD. O-, VA STATE .OF NEW MEXICO EXECUTIVE OFFICE "X SANTA FE ' ' A PROCLAMATION Mr Fellow Clttacsust V Efficiency experta aasert that victory -A. in the war with Qerraanjr dependa up on the American farmer; upon a more intensified and extended cultlratlon of our farm land, y Eren though all the available rarm landa in the eastern fraction of our nation were utilised to the beet advantage In the production of crops, sufficient food could not be produ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 28 April 1917

A HARD QIESTIO TO AHIWII Following la letter we received the other day that haa a great meaning but a very difficult queatlon to answer but we will do our beet to give aat lafactlon. Vance. N. M.. April 17. 1917 Chas. Hawkins I hat to ask you this but It has been preying- upon my mind ao long t annnt kaen from i.nklnff you any longer. I hat to say anything about It tnr faae of annorlnr you but It ama I can't have the ODDOrtunlty of talking to you so I want to ask your Judgment on a serious question, me contemplation of which has caused me many a sleepless night, you will under at a nrl w WPltlnff arCOrdlnflT tO S mat ar of anrh imDortane. when I tell you that so many homes and human lives have been upset over similar troubles, imi faal vnu should know the truth at once, so It may mean life or death to me. I dare not even communicate my mind to any of my friends, except you, not even my parents, as they do not al ways understand, so In my distress I come to you, I know I am asking a ...

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. — 28 April 1917

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Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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