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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 26 May 1917

HOMKno-IIKI.riircNttSTMK on Tuesday. th 23rd lnt.. lion. I'atrlclo Homero, one of I'nlon coun ty' re preventative In the state leg islature, was married to Mise Ida Hflphencstlne of Cimarron, New Mex ico. Ilev. II. It. Mills officiating- Mr. Itomrro and bride will make their home on the Homero ranch near Samp ron. The News Joins the many friends of Pat and his . bride In congratula tion" mid hem wishes for a lonn and I it i i ' married life. WAI.Kl P-HBOOK Ijtxl Sunday, the 20th Inst., Charles Walkup. on of the popular clerks at the K Heristein store, and Miss Ellen Hrooli. feminine chief of the office forre of the Otto-Johnson company. surprised their many friend by call las; on Itev. Mill a the Methodist par Nnafce and being Joined In the holy bonds of wedlock. Mr. Walkup and bride are two of the most popular young people of the city, and all Join in wishing; them every success and Fiappmess. IO, HILLY WALTON AXD liOI.D-MOl.VTKI) BKA. HIS Have you noticed that Representa tive Will...

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. — 2 June 1917

liase ASKS ALIJO 00 OUTY i tech ism" In ' Fit I .l-k. .t il II, e answi-l houd en t i lo ll fino" boml. 9 - The Honor Roll of Patriots Will Be Made June 5th. Write Your Name Early DEVOTED TO TIM INTEREST OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE f'TIit 7 '..Vf, OE THE COMMUNI TY VULIMB X CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATI HIMY. Jl E 58. 1917. vv iimi MMDKH 3.1 PERTINENT FACTS REGARDING REGISTRATION; AN APPEAL BY THE 60VERN0R FOR PATRIOTIC ACTION AM. MAI.KS IIKTWKK.N' 21 AM) HI MIST REIilNTEK Thousands of questions as to who would be exempt from reg istration June 5, for selective conscription, have been sent to the war department ut Wash- 4 ingtou and the following are se V lected and answered, as covcr 4 ins practically every case. 4 y 1 have only one leg, but am 25 years old. Will 1 have to register? A Even though a man be 4 deaf, dumb and blind, with both $ arms and lens missing, he must register. Q My husband is sick typhoid fever. What shall about his registering'.' A Those who, through ness. shall b...

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. — 2 June 1917

-ni p. uom.n Mnc" Klvf McKinlry county men liave een coiivieteil 11 f fr.-iuilr In connection with tin- election liclil lust Novcmlicr. The cusp v;is trii-1 in the feilcnil court at Sant:i l-'e l.tj-t week ;unl the Jury, irlilili -.i ni". nt evenly iiivil"l polit ically. ln-iuiKlit In :i vcrdii't In Ii fh than nn h'Mir. .lu.ie-e Ncl.lett i.s exceded t InnM Hint- 1 1 - ii..m the coiiviet,. men Ir. a few il;i s. The .1. f. iiil.u t -a .1. .:ii.U. k 1 clerks 1:1 Jin 'rim t I.'., in the .".in .Matin lni)llllt.lill.. It was .'illeucl that they rp t u rn 1 t h I ty-nni' i : I tr . 1 1 I : ill hi Ha n votes in :t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 to the I u -fu t v-si.x lci;al M't.s e.i-t. in tli' r i a 1 1 1 I I'oiir Witnesses t.stiln.l that tiny ...-, tli.'l De nme, .uir t.ck.t. hut i.nly m.e hallnt was CíHliitfl as h.iviee I-tii i.iM for that l'.iit. This is m:iI to l- tin- first cas.' Wherein pels. .lis h,'.- lien e-invi.t.il of I'leetii.n frall.ls III this state, at least in a l'.m, many .ars. II. .w...

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. — 2 June 1917

if any. .ilion f. PRESIDENT SPEAKS PLAINLY WntihlnKton. May 30. America's response to the mil of liberty In the struggle of the world will hold the attention of nil mnnkinil, I'resldent Wilson aalil today In a Memorial day ndflress at Arlington National ceme--ery. In observing tho day, ho said, the natural touch of sorrow Is tinged with reasuurance, because knowing how the men of America have re Kponded to the call of liberty, there perfect nasurance that the new response "will come again In eiual measure, with equal majesty." The president spoke in the natural nmaphithenter In the cemetery at a .meeting arranged by the local (Jrand Army of the Republic and attended by a crowd of thousand. .V I'll), Hut Km), "The piOKram has conferred an un merited dittnlty upon the remarks I urn Koinjr to make by calling them an iiddreas. because I am not here to de liver an address." the president said. "I am here merely to show in my of liclal capacity the sympathy of this ureat government with 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. — 2 June 1917

Offlrtal Vmprr of To of Ciro. Ofllrlnl Puprr of l Ion Couotj í I'. StTIIKH (lll(.ll) l.itilor, Onnrr and Puhllxhrr IM-, itoi.i.Aii rr.ii i i:it Mil- Mil .. ... . H. I. a I . . .- : I of N. w .-..r - I- i'-.i - to I I ' In' John I' l:o. k.-f. ll.-i'. .li- Tl.. laili- . r . . - .- to ii- I... . i-. I p il. i II. -t.it:.. r.rk.-i .noil. :ot . - lor -. .-' i rio.i v In June. !.:..K. s lt.-li in- lL,t..l f-'orlety -.t: in" i-i-i'-l pi-ot-r. -s. and x-pec-t v.- . rom: i, fu:: is I y i 'i.r! tu-.:- s uJljc (Elaytuu Nruta . r 1 '. . at the 1 'i-tr.'f :,t Clayf mi. N. M . uml. r t : .et of Marc 17?. STI mv. .M m: I'ltODUCK FOOK. llcversn the oM ljlll P.tU.( RESIGNS FROM niiyln that the man In n benefactor! SOCIALIST PARTY. who make two bladeii of jsrass grow 1 where on.- mighty have Krown. and "' J .. mm mai me MOciailM party is prooaDiy xno (iroatest HljiKle nhstnclo to the progress or Soclallmn it: America," and has been "committee.! to n program es fentially mincnii.il, iin-Amcriran nnd p...

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. — 2 June 1917

M ha ! .1 suit in debt and 1' . -i ; l ot n coinnu-noc.l niraln- ;nd Mrs. ' .stii.-t -..ni t for l lie 1 ' .-si.-l; but . i;,! 1 ni Judicial Pisttict . ! of New ;.i ic... by . ' l..n. Mail. m llowii, Tesas, ! j..i r. n t . lililí l.llltllt. to nie WE HAVE HEARD THAT J. W Fox of Des Motney, wag In tlic county scat Thursday. 4"t'4"l"(-ft"f-t"(-'f'("t"l"l--4'4-f4-("i-'f MTK'K OK n lll.lt A I l ' I .H Al IKW State of New Mexico, t'oiinly of Vnion. 4. 4, Ju the I Met rut loiirt or 1 nlon l oun- 44i4i44.4.4,4i444.4.4,4.4,4,f,4l 1 ty. Kixhth Jinllcinl I'istrht of Now México. The farmers around here tiro very !. M. Orcen, Plaintiff, busy imTtlnn In their crops. vs. ... ;i;,4. UnrTte Insurance Co. of N. w York, a T. I,. J'.oimett of near Seneca, was trailing In the. city toilay. Mrs. Will !cnman Is enjoy luff v isit from her sister and baby. 'scar Hair """"" and family, spent Sui. food from II. Heristcln i'eed Co. seed ' of JMu rd Hair, that succeeds 1Ü0 lbs., JJ.SO. . Val Kesey at the home ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 June 1917

or IIK iok ut:i Fe, N. M. Ali y 2'. ItequcMs b;ie mini- to tin- i oiiiiiilHKloner of iniblll I. mil, the Mule council of cle f ii h-. .-mil oiher nut huril h'm. from pco .Ic :n v.iii'iun Mi'timm of New Mexl i'ii, wlni l;iii' applied f"r tbc ili'HlKiia Hi. ii i f l.u 'I for intr uiiiliT tin- (ltd .n il- i.j" iM.tiim li.iincMiuil art. lliat .unit- .; t.i.ii 1. 1- ntuntl wlicril'V ;ii jillr.it ts milit taki- piiMM-sMioii iif III!' hum tl i- war ami f .iiu 11 iltjriiiK tin; ).l Ki lit i ri. p sranill. ill i-nli'l' tn ill Ibelr l.lt ti.u.ml un i I. in,' tin' fowl it l- Tin. reply i.f II .ii 'otiuiiipilon r i.C tin i if fu-, to r.i)ui-i.s f.'i tl til" Mat US 'f till' Mi'iiI applliati'Mi". will i 'lay Tallin. in. Hi ni ral I. ami information lis prazlnn limne li. of IntircM ti rminlrtils of prospective n t r f n-ii in jil) parts of New .Mexico who have ..pl.liiil for ili siiinatlotiK of aiicli land. Mr. Tallman'K letter, aild rifsi-d to tbe Stall' I'ollliiil i.f I f t-tl s-. I as fol low h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 June 1917

l-----------------' IÍ . -5-C- J. I 'm !. Illi.ie W. i ino in. t 'r, n num. . h L. l'.,r,l. all of T.ite, MeXic... nVSINESS Jln j PROFESSIONAL HILL BROTHERS COAL, ICE AND TRANSFER COMPANY TELEPH3NE 58C Clayton, New Mexico i-------- imm IK THOS. F. SAVAGE For Nine Years in United States Land Office GENERAL UNO PRACTICE Entries, Contests. Final Proofs. Plats and Abstracts promptly ultendcd to . Office 1st N'-Ll Hank BUI-, LAYTON. N. M, Attention, Homc-slendcrs All legal advertising ia this psipiT is road and corrected ac rtirtling to copy. R,id your ad, and if ni crrur is found how ever slkhl. notify us at once MITICH FOR ' TION'. No. 017455, for E 1-1. Sectlo.. 10, Town- tentlon to make Three Year Troof to IshlD 24 N. línnero SS K. N. V T U..I. I ,.l.it..t. . . r - " ' - '-- vr.,.,.,,,,-!, v.ullll iu ino 'ina a DOTS CIC8- dlun. has filed notice of Intention to ! orlbed. before Register and Receiver, tT. make three year proof, to establish S. Land Office, at Clayton, N. M , on th clai...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 June 1917

i.KT A l.l KK. 'If you nro (IxurlriK nn a flxliing or hunting trip, take nut flnhlnii and luintiiiK Urm-. County Clork Juan J. I'uraii linn ii-tn niMiolnfil chief 'lrputv KuiiM' niilni fur I'nlcm county anil will In' pIciiKiil lo writ n lirpnxn for ycm. Yon will ncnl it thin year, too. ItrciuKp the etatn name warden In troliiK to enforce the law to the let ter. In an rIT.ii I to preHt-rve our name .-iipply a a iouil nupply. mi: rEA i: ritoi-. m VU-tor Herjfer, and other pro-German, are Inclinti.inlly ilemandinfr that Die Tnlteil State define the terms upon which jieace may lie made. I'ntll the kaiser relinquishes his murderous submarine war, certainly T.her Is no cause for any peace talk In America. It was murder of Ameri can citizens, as In the I.usltanla and Sussex incidents, that drove this coun try Into war with Germany. Not the nllKhtPHt purpose to change That policy han heen Indicated from Kcrtiii. That such policy must he re oclndid before America would even think of Hheatiii...

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. — 9 June 1917

; f : : : : : vnypf devott.d to Tin: interest of coon citizenship AND the urnvi'..nix; or the comn 'AV7T t 1 AOLIMHX CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, S AT! Hl A A . JI M! . 1917. ' M MIlKIt 31 "V BEKERAL PERSHING IS GIVEN GREAT WELCOME ON HIS ARRIVAL IN GREAT B R ITfll M USD LONDON AMERICAJf AHMY II F. A lull ARTKHS (II'KNKI). .KK1IAI. I'EHSHlMi IE II.AHKK IAVKKK SOLDIERS WILL I'LAV IIIG IM11T IN PtftOHT TIME London. June ' 8. General Pershing nuil his party nrriveil early thin morn Iiik nt a port In Great Britain. The Americnn general and hospital imrty were received by the officers of the port, the general commanding the district and the mayor. They were escorted from the dock by a iand and a guard of honor. General Pershing arrived In London this afternoon. He was welcomed by Walter Hlnes Page, the American .ambassador: Lord Derby, secretary of Atate for war; Viscount French, com manding the British home forces, and other officers, including Lord Brooke, who will be attached to General Per s...

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. — 9 June 1917

ROTV TARTY I NOW I RVS9IA WBST Iir PACIFIC. Washlnton, June 4. Safe arrival at Itusalnn port of the American com mission to Russia headed l-y Kllhu Root, ambassador extraordinary, was aaaounceil today at the navy depart as fat. The commlnsioe left WashlnKton about May It. charged with greetings 1 the new democratic government of Rassla and authorised to pledge un stinted aid from the United States not aly in the prosecution of war against ho common enemy but in the rehabil itation of the demoralised country.lt was preceded by a mission of railroad experts, whose arrival alrendy has been announced. After a final conference between Trealdent Wilson and Mr. Hoot, the commissioners traveled overland to the Pacific coaat and there boarded a fast naval vessel. Under the volun tary, censorship, at the request of the government, nearly all American newspapers refrained from publishing anything about their departures or the points through which they passed along the way. While no Unman subma...

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. — 9 June 1917

FF.RSIIISO a. fionTF.n. Alnjor General John J. Irshlnf, who Is to lead the first American division sent to Europe, Is 54 years old. He was born In Linn county. Missouri, and was graduated from West Tolnt In 1886 with the stamp of Senior Cadet Cnptnln, which meant he Wus highly regarded As a future , soldier. ' lie went Into the cavalry and was sent to General M Ilea's forces. He behaved rallantly In the Apache, Gerónimo and Wounded Knee campaign. In the Spanish-American war he was promoted for bravery at Kl Oaney. In 1899 he was sent to the Philip pines, where he was made executive officer of the Department of Minda nao and Jolo. lu June, 1Ü1U. he was sent to the inland of Mindanao, where a horde f murderous farmers, Mohammedans, were engaged In killing "Infidels." l'ershing gnve them their first check .mil a sound drubbing and then he went after the principal mogul, the xultan of Hacoloil, who thought he possessed In the fortress of that town -imple security against the American fo...

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. — 9 June 1917

I (íUaytrm Nciub OsTleaal Paper f Twa of C1ays Oaselal Paper ( Caloa Caaaty CHA. P. SOTIIERS niGH tvdltsr, (mm aa PaM'-Aer ONE HOLLA. FEB YEAR Entered as Second Clues matter Octo; aer J. 1901, at the postoffice at Clayton. N. M., under the Act of March 3. 187. SATI'HIMY, Jl K . 1I7 Woodrow Wilson is fast demon strating hln riht to tlie title of 'The cjreatest American President." Don't iilt planting because it Is netting a lit 1 1 hit'', 1'on't allow one patch of ground, however small, to lay Idle this year. I to your tlt for I'nde Sam. "Iiainii a man who ain't for his country, rlKht or wnmi;," was the in scription on a banner carried In tlie Confederate Veterans parade at Wash ington thiH week. It may he a little Htroiin. hut it made us feel roud of 6ur "rebel" ancestry. It attracted the attention of the President and caused his serious face to relax In a pleasant smile. Superintendent Krrett used uood judgment in one thing; If the county teachers institute had been held dur ing th...

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. — 9 June 1917

WE- HAVE EEUD TUT T. E. Owen made a trip the last of the week to his ranch near Folsom. Udell liarris of the Cimarron, spent several days In Clayton this week. Slats ltankin left Monday fur a vl.ilt with tils parents at Hempstead, Texas. Jack Lenfoot and wife of the Rose huil country, were in the city Friday. W. W. rtailey of near Orenvllle, was trading; In the city Friday. W. F. Kendrlck of Cuates, attended to business In Clayton Friday. C. M. Baker of near Seneca, was looking; after business In the city Tuesday. J. V. Cor dill of the Orcnvillo country was a buslnes vls'for and trader In tne eit the nii .: -. week wc allcKfis, J. T. Flowers of Galleys, attended to business In the county seat the first of the week. For Kale A Second-hand Excelsior Motorcycle In ood condition. Write. A. Smith. Clayton. N .M. It. V. H. I oye, the baker, left .Monday for lenvef, where he will make his home. .Miss Esther Dowuinir of lttiton ar rived in Clayton the first of the week. She has accepted a p...

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. — 9 June 1917

r.-:,.t -u:" liar Mho Jolaa PI 4 lub PHlcly Knllata KM a Jnnlor "Noldler f rvurnituary1' The farm lieul of i Ini' offers p1-ii1I1 (ii'1'ortunlty for farm boys to liolp tlulr country. Too younK to n Ht In tlie Army or Navy, too malí to Mnml ii timler the hHnl work of H f.irm hanil. thiy tun help to win the war 1-y tiikinic over reaponiibllty for Hntitir work, ami 1 rfltf-ve men for the harder work. I!y taking; chartte of tria togs on the furins boy will be helplnr to f"lve the farm-labor pro Mem. They will be bilpliik, to produce i vrrj iniportniit foml for the men In llie Army anil Navy. ( i:,.. t.ikiiiK i-liarnr f the f.irm lieril fboiilil J'mii a pK rlnb. I'lK-eluli iminlnrs have alriiiity proved their i.bllity a hox lalsiT. They ran ex teiiit their work. A member of the I.Ik flub reeelves valuahh' InHtructlons from tralneil anil experienced leader. A piK-cluh member piibllily rnliHts as n Jiinor "Hiddler of tbe rommlmry," Fathers will have more faith In their boy If they are plK-...

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. — 9 June 1917

M)TI( K FOR I'l RI.ICATION. 1 aUSiNESS Jlnd r PROFESSIONAL, ICLL BROTHERS l CCSL, ICE MTULER! COMMIT TEIEPHSIE SIC I Clayton, New Mexico i. 3--- THOS. F. SAVAGE For Nine Years in United States Land Office 1 WW. USD PRACTICE Entries, Contesta, Final Proofs, Plats and Abstracts ! promptly attended to Office 1st N-tl Bank Bldg., LAYTON, N.M. DR. C E. KELLER Dentist Over Dean's Bakery Attention, IUmes4erUa All legal advertising ta ttia paper is read and oorreoM m coi din j to copy. Read yaw ad, and if aa errar is found how ever slight, notify us at KOT1CB FOm PUBLICATION Department f the Interior, V. 8. Land Office at Clayton. N. M.. May II. 1917. Notice In hereby Riven Hint Charle H. Iliinn. of Clayton. N. M., who. on Jan. IS. 1914, nnd June .". 1914, made Homestead Entries. Serial Non. UM4I0. nuil 017964. for It 7, and 8K. 1-4 SW. 1-4. See. 6. Township 25 N.. ltaiiKe 35 E.. anil .SE. 1-4. Sec. 1. Township 25 N.. Range .14 K , Lot 6. and NK. 1-4 W. 1-4, Sec. 6. Township 25 N.. Range 35...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 9 June 1917

3E 2? 1 1 I HAH TTÍW ! jV'j N RAM 1 ILf o INSURANCE M TORNADO INSURANCE AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FIRE INSURANCE BONDS 77" PENNINGTON A B I REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE STATE LAND OUR SPECIALTY CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO We Have the Strongest Insurance Companies in V United States Vriting HAIL INSURANCE on Crops and AH Farm Property. u I "if 111

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 June 1917

7; Uncle Sam 's Showing, of the 'Needful' Is the (Greatest Dent in Hindcnhurg's Line ot.vojt.u jo j Jit-. ijvímcusi uuou c:.vrwvi . uraui .va (, . community. w,vi r t . a. OLl'MB CLAYTON, NEW MRXICO, "ATI RIIAt. JI F, 1ft, 1917. Nl'MBEP 2.1 PRESIDENT WILSON MAKES GREAT FLAG DAY ADDRESS IN DEFENDING, WORLD DEiviOCRftCY PHKMIIKT MAKKÜ PLAIN TIIK DF.SIGNN OK GKIOIAN A I TIMK V V. AM) Till-: HOPF.S (IK A MICHIGAN DKMUCK At "Y AMI I.IIII-.llT V y . W Washington, June ' 14. Before a ((rent nudlence assembled here today for a Flag lay celebration. President Wilson declared anew the alms, and purposes of the United States In en t terlng the world war. Standing I the Bhadow of the great monument erected to the mem ory Of George Washington, the pres ident told thousands gathered on the grassy slopes that the United Stilton had entered the war not alono to keep the world safe for democracy but also because Ahu extraordinary insults and aggressions of the ltnper lul German government left us . ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 June 1917

LOW SHALL VE PAY FOR THE WAR? A Constructiva Criticism on tin House Revenue Bill. LOANS BETTER THAN TAXES Five Raaaene Why Excaaaiva Tuh A the OutMt ef War Arc Diaadvantaaa aua Graat Britain Example Worthy f Emulation How tho Taxoa Should Bo Apportioned. During the seconu ji-ar ne lameo ny hew taxes only O per cent, of her war expenditure. DnrltiR the third year Ibe leTled by additional taxe (orer tnd above the pre-war level) only (lightly more thRii 17 per cent, of ber war expense. , If we fthould attempt to do as much In the ünst year of the war as Great Britain did In the third year it would auiBce to raise by taxation $1.250,000,. 000. If, tn order to be absolutely on the safe aide, it seemed advisable to Increase the mira to I1.r00,000,000, this ahonld, in our opinion, le the max! ItRPLANT HARDER BPACK. Bi ftarOarra flhmMI Plaa F"ollow Karlr Harrratr Croa with (Mfcer Vearctabtra. By EDWIN R. A. SEUGMAN, McVlckar frofamor of Political Bcnri- omy, Columbia L'nireralty. On May 23....

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. — 16 June 1917

I'rraldrnt Makra Piafo to Raaalaa (iavrramrnt War Alma of (he V. S. No Aaanatloai No Iadrmattlra. "Va.-4ilngton. June 11. Prtslilent Wil son, In a ntntement to the now rot rnment of Kunnln. has marte plain the war alms of the Ünlteü State and its Voeitlon on "no annexation; no In demnities." No territory must change hands ex cept for the purpose of securing for those who Inhabit it a fair chance of life nnd liberty, says the communi cation. "No indemnities must be ln xtsted on except those that constitute payment for manifest wrong- done. No readjustments of power must be made, except such as will tend to se cure the future peace of the world and the future welfare and happiness of Its people." In unmistakable terms, President Wilson declared against Germany's proposal to restore the "status quo" efore the war. "It wan the status quo ante out of which this inlquotoun war Issued iorth," he says. "The power of the imperial German government within the empire and wtdi-Hprend domina tio...

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