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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 30 June 1917

IKIOX COtSTT ROLL Of HOffOR. (Continued from page J.) n. George V. Hall J. Simon K. Johnnon U Carl J. Lauback. Jame It. Lawrence, John T. ly M. William V. Marshall. Clarke IL Morían. SI Ian A. Mundy v Mae. AYella F. McClary. John I McClel lan. Jame IL McKlbbln, William W. AfcKlbbln V.f John I Nichols P. Walter J. Prleikorn R. Wley W. llagan, Donald B. Heed s. Harmon W. Shannon, Henry A. Shrock, Camón C Bowers, John E. Snider, James W. Sammerrllle w. Thomas E. Whaley LONE PRECISCT X: 31. n. Earner L. Bean, Guy L. Bean It. Addison I'unn, Jernte A. Dunn, John K. Duncan 1 Robert K. Kauat, Charley It. Fer rell, George T. Faust i. Jenne W. Garluck. Klmer GolT II. Joel W. Hale, Erneit I. Henry. John if. llount J. KrneBt F. Johnson. Murle D. John son K. Charley K. Kiniwily. 1'lysnpH F. Kocher ( M. t'yrlon .Mlllrr Mae. Fruncís A. McMalnrs I ta y K. McFall. Homer It. Md'heraon . Krneot O. Nelson . I Claud H. I'aliu.-r. Fi-mI 1. 1'mile. .Mil ton J. I'D"!" S. Sum K. Salmon. Jmnex S. Savage, l.l...

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 July 1917

. 7s us lie iRrgi Time to Plant Beans, and They Will Pay a Big Dividend f DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE VFBUILMNC OF THE COMMUNITY Íwj1ljjf x fill ii aw v v f5 - y. j i i a. v VOLVM Z CLATf, !W MBXICO, SATURDAY. JI LY 7, 11T. NUMBER Z.M CTSsTS FOUTICM. ASYISG PilLLS B3KEIUL IINE-KEJiOi FIEÜ0S EOXiaCE 13 UL"E EXCUSE X NO POLITICS" HAS BEEN THB ADMONITION I UNION COUNTY HAS BEEN MISREPRESENTED, DECEIVED AND MISTREATEDl READ IT ALL Nice state of affairs There la eome one at Santa Fe who has the ear of the accidental governor, who la awful ly Ignorant or awfully slippery. Last Saturday County Clerk Juan J. Duran received the following extraordinary, inaccurate, and ao far aa the reputed statements of fact In It are concerned, wholly untruthful epiatle. Address Iteply to R. C. Reld. Box H. EXECUTIVK Santa Fe, OFFICE N. M. June 27, 1Í17 Mr. Juan J. Duran, County Clerk. " Clayton, N. M. Dear Sir: The President of the United States will shortly appoint a draft ing boar...

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 July 1917

Tin reeoril of New- M.-xi.-o on ih.H .'ay of Jlllle is I tie U M' ii her "! have ever y rislht to f,o 1 "..-l .'i', r piolli Sew ,(-sii o was not h 1 .-T.' l .inn uitli her iiioiiay than v. ith h K3SBN OF FOOD AKD FUEL Tha folio Inn vpeech waa delivered I Cnnfcress on June H by Hon. W. ii. Walton. Con;re8iimn from New If exlro: 'Mr. Hpcuker, I am heartily In fuvor f the bill now pending. In fact, I éi not hesitate to say that, In my pinion, next to the declaration of war with Germany. It la the most Impor taat und vitally necessary niece of legislation that ha been presented 1 this Congres nt the present session. Kadlcal aa U provisions may appear ta Americana unaccustomed to lnwa of tais sort, nothing haa been more clear ly demonstrated than that such IckIh Jatlon as this Is nbsoltitely ilomiin.l.'il If we are to triumph In the war. If the timos were normal, Mr. Speaker. there might be force to the iirKiiinent s ' .4 advanced by the oitponcnts of kill, llut tho timen aro abnormal, ...

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 July 1917

Mensrakle Meettag of 'Pasa Jeffre ECITCIS FCil FBESERY i;:S EGGS III OTER-ELASS l'-KK prmerved In water gin us ran BucccKifully kept for aa Ions a time one year. They are practically aa good aa freah eggs for all cooking purpose!. The commercial water glass solution may be obtained from any drug- atore. Water glass In the form of a powder la now on the mar ket. It can be dissolved In a definite quantity of water, aa atated on the package, and for this reason Is more re liable than the commercial solution, vrblch varies In concentration. Dlreetleae If the commercial waterg-laaa solu tion la to be used, mix 1H quarts with It quarts of purs water; water that has been boiled is preferable. Stir the mixturo until the Ingredients are thoroughly mxed. A stons jar In the eultablo vessel for the mixtura. Two eight-rallon Jara aro sufficient for SO dozen eggs, usina; the amount of solu tion Just prescribed. After the water glaas is thoroughly mixed, pour It into vessels to be used, being sure...

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 July 1917

I if all ' l.lnd.n-y. I torio y of lair ni' ii r in lino- .1 sn; e. i. now liosa d b.-rr: in- .'i. : a.: lo t. as it li n..y ha I n;. 1 it in- 3ff (Eiagtmt Nnujj CHAIi r. aVTHWU BIGB Mite. Ownr ul raMtehev OKR DOLLAB PER TEAR Entered as Second Clssa matter Octo ber 21. 1(0, at the poetofflce at Clayton, N. M., under the Act of March t. It?. KATlltntY. JI'I.Y 7. 1I7. The deception practiced I what makes us sore. What une would a real governor have for a manipulating adviser. f It I not too Lite to plant. Many farmers tell un that thin 1 the idcnl planting 1 1 1 1 1 - for 1'itito beans. I'ut In that exti-n patch iinl help your l'ncle Samuel In food production. You will he helping; yourself as well as the country. Another thing: You will notice that Keld'n letter to ,lr. Imrnri wan timed timed to reach him after It was too late for any action to be taken to undo the unholy hi heme. .1. Andre J'neheco Is a gentleman, hut lie would rise Immeasurably in the csi ima t Ion of a. lot of peop...

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 July 1917

TRAMPERO! HE KATE KIT i J J. C. Scott of near Tate, wii trading In the city today. O. try i W. Sparks of the Penlbetls coun ra In the city thl week. i. W. Fox and son, Harmon, of Dea Moines, were attending to business In the county seat Monday. W. F.Kendrlck, postmaster at Cuates, attended to business In the city today, Katurday. - - - ., Pedro and Rafael Tlxler of Bueyeros, were business visitors In the county seat the first of the week. W. W. TuthlH of near Thomas, was trading and looking after business in the city today. SEEDS THAT SUCCEED.' We still have some broom corn seed. Buy yours now, 11. Herzsteln Seed Co. Reyes Martinez "of Rcytfs' was In Clayton Monday traillan hiiiI looking after business. K. V. Stone of near il ten ville, at tending to business in the county Went Monday anil Tuesday. It. Li. Williams o near Grenville., was u business visitor and trader in the city Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mr. H. (1. Magr-)d.-. r.Ui Julia May, Kova CantrelL inl Ireil J. Hoelderle we...

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 July 1917

Nonas that we eal- asi alafia aa aaaaaa tatlaa- eawtoytaaT siisstsaf Farm aaaaaaal I THE PATRIOTISM OF . . . V The service rendered to the Govern ment of tlic I'ntted State In the ale of til Liberty l.onn Itond of 1Í17 by the pre cif the country In recorded evi dence of the lirniToun patriollHm of the newspaper men of America. It I recorded In the pnice of thousands of Anierlcnn new spaper. many of them printed In forelu'n lanKuaKe. from the largest l:illy to the smallest country weekly. Tlic ncwNpapers of the coun try "came across" with liberal dona tion of pace In new, editorial, and advertlsnfC column. Newspaper men have observrd with deep and peculiar pleasure the whole hearted activity of the men of their fraternity In the country In promoting; the ale of the Liberty Loan Bonds. The" Influence and assistance of all publication In maklntr the loon a auccea are limply Incalculable. Their effort Rreatly contributed to making it a double success In that It was not only largely over...

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 July 1917

I t.'S. Alll.lS il. n, Andy X'ai. . V.dls. i N'.ti nVSINESS jlnd j 13 PROFESSIONAL HILL BROTHERS COAL, ICE AND TRANSFER COKPM ; i" new . TELEfltDNE Clayton, New Mexico THOS. F. SAVAGE For Nine Years in United States Land Ofiice GENERAL LAND PRACTICE Entries, Contests, Final Proofs, rlats and Abstracts promptly attended to Office 1st N'tl Bank Bide, LAYTON, N. M. Attention, llamettradr All legal advertising in this paper is read and corrected m cording to copy. Head yur ad, and if an errar is found how ever slight, notify us at ese NOT1CR ron PL a LIGATION I I m a t I un. v. ki i.i i: Deuti-t Over Iti.'iui'? Hakoty Ult1r Phone mill I In, urn COI.. I. . sowers A iietlonrcr W rite mo .it Seneca or J'lune tin: at Wanetti? for Dates. ConnnisVion one p'T cent Satisfaction Guaranteed Sit (.. C. SMITH ion i.eae estate ' and INSURANCE O IN TEST CASES H ANDLED EITICIUNTIA Olll-.c in First Nat l Hank Iildj- For All Auctioneer work Col. (.eorfli- í.ood.vf ai llo years experience in hive Stock, ...

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 July 1917

REGULATIONS GOVERNING CONSCRIPTION SELECTIONS Wnshlngtpu. July 1. Regulations to goVrrn the next Hep forward select ing a national war nrmy from the million registered for ft r vice on June 5. were Issued today nt the direction of rresldent WIlBon. The regulations make It clear that there are to be no class exemptions and that each Individ unl case niUMt be decided upon It" merlin. The local exemption board on for each county of leaa than 45,000 population or city of 30,000 with addi tional boards where neceaaary for each additional 10.000 population will pase upon claim for exemption except those baaed upon industrial or agri cultural occupation, subject to appeal to the district boards. All rases In volving; agricultural or Industrial ex emption will be panned upon by the district boards on for each federal judicial district which also will decide appeals from decisions of the local boards. In the near future a date will be set by Brigadier General Crowder, provost marshal general...

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 July 1917

1 -6 III s (g the Right Time to Plant Beans, and They Will Pay a Big Dividend TT. . DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OE GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OE THE COMMUNITY YOLl'HB X CLATTOX, HEW MEXICO, SATl ItDAV, Jl I.Y 14, IIH5 : wSt iirst' NINDRH 2. MILL HELP TO BITLI) SILOS i The Colorado & Souhern Railway Company, through its agricultural department, is contemplating build-, ing pit silos for those farmers ol Union county who are not in a posi Aion to. do the construction work themselves. Construction will be in charge of expert pit silo build ers, who will see to it that the work is done as it should bo done. The charge for tho work will In no caso exeeeed seventy-five cents per (.on, and will be on a cost basis at so much per ton capacity. This charge, with the cost of material, will bring tho total cost of the silo nip to about ?1.00 per . ton. This price will vary with the nature of the soil which must bo excavated. In general, it will not bo práctica- lile to sink a pit throu...

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. — 14 July 1917

Cepartmsat of te Utertaf, O, K. lata! fi-30-7-28. TA'A VAt.VERDE, rtepister THH CLATTOJ VEW. JlTCB NE HAVE HEARD THAT ( A. It. Cliriftcrson, of Sedan, was in town Thursday. Miss Maiy Ilyan iHunnd Tups day from J'olsiHii. Torilii.) I.ovuln. if II ! l:i n 1. spent Thursday and Friday in 'laytin. Mr. and Mr.". Jim Hill spent a fi'v days in Trinidad this week. M. F. Md'.arli'y f ii"ar 'llioilias, wn I Hiding in rily Friday. Jii'ii Itlakfinore, id" Amistad, hjicnl a few days in Clayton. I. It. 1'owill made a husillos trip to Io Moines Wednesday. Mrs. Lou Chclf of Mt. lWa, sponl Tuesday in Clayton on business. James MeAiHhur Í Texline, spout Thursday in Clayton on husiness. Mrs. Itoland Zeller spent a few days in Trinidad this week visit ing Marion Chelf has been appointed regular elerk in the Clayton post office. Miss Hazel Asmussen has resign ed her position with the Ollo-John-eon Co. Miss Hazel Frizzell of Vaughn, Miss., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Pristley. Dr. V. C. Chamhers atten...

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 July 1917

69c, Tola! $U , NOTTCFi OF 8A1.B fT rBOFERTvl KOH DLLINUUENT TAXES XRI v , THE YEAR 1318. Public Notice is hereby given that the following is a list of the names of the owners of property in the County of Union and State of New Mexico, who are delinquent in the payment of their taxes due as shown by the Tax Hoi Is on said property for the year 1916; and op posite the name of each of said owners is set forth the amount of the taxes for said year delinquent upon the property of the persons eo named, with interest and costs. And Notice is further given that on the 20th day of September, 1917, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon, at the County Court House of the said County, in the town of Clayton. I, the undersigned Treasurer and Ex-Offlcio Collector of Union County, New Mexico, will offer for sale and sell at public auc tion to the highest and best bidder for cash, for not less than the said amounts due, separately and in con secutive order each parcel of prop erty upon which 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. — 14 July 1917

i'io arres. 'Tax 20.2i . r.'.'r. T.'lal 828.. s.-"" "1 auv inn. 'i niol KJ TUB CLAYTON DEWS, ATURDA Y. JTJtY 14. fll. O C Whilneek, 320 arres. Tax $720, Intnwt 22c. Adv. 46v Total $788. SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 21. J R Korlin. 3100 acres, Tax $73.M, Interest $2 19, Adv. 69c, Total $76.- Isidora Mestas, 160 acres, Tax $6 06, Interest 3c, Adv. 46c, Total $0.88. W V Thornton, 320 acres. Tax $7 82, Interest 23c, Adv. 46c, Total $8 51. Federico Tixicr, 400 acres, Tax $17- 28, Interest $10, Adv. 09c, Total $18 99. Rafael Tixier, 232 acres, Tax $13.98. Interest 8ic, Adv. 40c, Total $14 28 Pedro Tixier, 80 acres. Tax $5 28, Interest 31, Adv. 40c. Total $6 00. Callentano Clibarri, 80 acre-, Tax $2 20, Interest 13, Adv. 0'Jr, Total $3 02. Rafael Rigil, i '' arres. Tax - -lo, Interest 13c Adv. 40c, 'Jo tal Si 89. Pedro i'la-iinnv. ion iit riN, j'a 2it. Inter. -t ;;c, . I v . ''.'(., l'ci t;il -7 20. SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 22, Mi'i I. I' l'.ri'Wii. Kn urvi-i :i i ii I lo town in's Tax 12.3''.. lnt' ::V...

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 July 1917

encarnación Armiju, 4r at.es, Taxi I'orforio Salas, 1 town Lot, 'Tax I'orforio Salas, 1 THK CLAYTON WKWS. ÍATVBlDAT. JCXT 1 70c, Adv. 69c, Toial Interest 2c, Adv. 46c, ToUl 73e. W5.ll. Harris, 30 town lots, Tax 3.78, Interest 23c, Adv. 69c, ToUl 1.70. R. M. Winters 320 acres, Tax 6.70, Interest 20c, Adv. 46c, Total 17.30. SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 83. M. D. AbeyU, 160 aerea, Tax 13.63, Interest 10c, Adv. 46c, Total 1.19. Mr. Doby 640 acres, Tax 25.77, In terest 155, Adv. 46c, Total 7.78. Paulita Mestas 120 acres, Tax 5. 1, Interest 35c Adv. 69c, Total 0- Manuel Quintana, 320 Acres, Tax 12.76, Interest 76c, Adv. 69c, Total Juan Turin, 200 acres, Tax 1.90, In teret 15c, Adv. 46c, Total 5.51. SOIOOL DISTRICT NO. 84. Felino Arellano, 320 acre. Tax 16.03, Interest 97c, Adv. 46c, Total 17.46. Marsihuo Fernandez, 480 acres, Tax 21.78, Interest 1.31, Adv. 69c, To tal 23.78.- Jesse J. Harril! 320 acres. Tax 6.39, Interest 19c, Adv. 46c, Total $7.04. John M. Maxey, 210 acres, Tax 11. 45, Interest 7...

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. — 14 July 1917

VMM CLAYTON KKWI, ATrIAY. 14. 1tT. Joe O. Lanfor, 40 teres, Tax I1JW, Intoest. 0c, Adv. 69c, ToUl !2ü8.- . - -Julian T. Blea, 80 teres, Tax $3.03, Interest 15c, Adv. 09c, .Tot .31. .. Xv..- ' ,Nira(ft- Goníallós, 40 acres, Tax I.T2, Interest 9c, Adv. 69c, Total '"2.30. ;, , Adolfo 'Homero, 160 acres, Tax 93.03, Interest 10c, Adv. 69c, Total 3.82. ' Antonio lávalo, 80 acres; Tax 93.03, Interest 18c, Adv. 69c, Total $3.90. Tatricio Zapata, 160 acres, Tax 0.00, Interest 30c, Adv. 69c, Total ' 7.lt. Josefa Velasquez, 80 acres, Tax 3.03, Interest 18c, Adv. 69c, Total 3.00. Pedro Trujillo, 80 acres, Tax 93.02. Interest- 18c, Adv. 69c, Total 3.89. SCHOOL' DIS. NO 6, ADDITIONAL Jara Millo, Cresencio, 120 acres, Tux 95.2, Interest 2le, Adv. 09c, Total 90.17. Jose G. Serna, 10 aire, Tax 9.1.7.1, liili-rest 10c, Adv. 09c, Total 92.54. J. Walker, 160 aeres, Tax 97.02, Jn- lerest 42e. Adv. iOe. lotal 9.90 Manuel Oumtaua, I2U aeres, Tax 8.1.27, Interest 30c, Adv. 69e, Total 0.20. J'lacido Barccla...

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. — 14 July 1917

Guadalupe Aragón, 40 acres, Tax THK CIiAl'TOX MCWS. ÍATI HDAY, JVLY 14, ItlT. 7.26. Dcsederio Garcia, 40 acres, Tax $1.56, Intesest 9c, Adv. 69c, Total 2.34. 7 JJoratco Ortiga, 40 acres, Tax. $156, Interest 9c, Adv. 60c, Total $2.34. iSCHOOL DtSTIUCT NO. 22 ADD Clura M. Lacamp, 320 acres, Tax $13.56, Interest 71c, Adv. 69c, To tal $15.00. Sarah A. Groff, 160 acres, Tax $6.78, Interest 40c, Adv. 69c, Total $7.87. Bertha I. Haddens, 100 acres, Tax $0.78, interest 40c, Adv. 69c, To tal $77. John M. Mororws, 160 acres, Tax $6.78, Interest 40c, Adv. 69e, Total $77. Elejio Martinez, 160 acres, Tax $0.78, Interest 40c, Adv. 60c Total $77. Santa Fe Pacific II. R. Company, 60 acres, Tax $3.39, Interest 21c, Adv. 09c, Total $1.51. Esteban Salaz, 120 acres, Tax $5.14. Interest 31 c, Adv. 69c, Total $6.14. Samuel II. Slierer 80 acres, Tax 53.39, Interest 21c, Adv. 69c, Total $1.29. E. M. Burnett, 40 acres, Tax $1.70, Interest 10c Adv. 69c, Total $2.49. Henry H. Garland, 160 acres, Tax $0.78, 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. — 14 July 1917

09c, -m.-'. j merest r.'c, Adv. 00c, To s- 1 1 1 liio-re-i, iinr, .ir.. i)-.'r, joiaii ., ., -- . ..,. "--'c, joi.1 ,.L..,-( int,.r,.,t ;i,',e, Adv. 00c, To- ": tul si: in Wm. 'J'homas, Interc-sfi Oi $2.:.o. S f,2. In erett ,c. Adv C.'V T..l'.l . f" " ' ' 'V " ' . .' " '." I.-'t.-n-t :..'c Adv. OOc. 'J al TUR CLAYTOJt NEW. iATdUA; JII.T 14. 101T. Cha. K. I-one, 100 aeres. Tax $0.00, Interest 30c, Adv. 09c, Total 1T7.1L Astee Land & Cattle Company, 40 acres, Tax $1.5?, Interest 30c, Adv. 00c, Tota Í2.30. Jamen V. TloberLon, ICO arres, 'fax 0.06, Interest 30e, Adv. 09c, Total $7.11. Fhoeba W. Cox, 100 aeres, Tax $0.00, Interest 3Ge, Adv. 09c, Total S7.1I. Fred Ilancli, 320 acres, Tax $12.13. Interest 73c, Adv. C9c, Total $13.55. Geo. F. Itancli, 100 arres, Tax $ei.OO, Interest 30e, Ailv. 09c, Total $7.11. John irant, I " acres, l'av $0.00, Interest 30c, Adv. 00e. Tot.-il $7.11. LimcIi I'. Knclii'tioiir, ion acres. Tax o.iO. Interest 3r, Adv. tl'ie, Total $7.11. James W. Iloberts, ...

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. — 14 July 1917

THK tXAVTO NEW. BATI HOAY, Jl LV 14. 101?. 4 : Vil? Juan I). Cassados, 1G0 acres, Tax .$7 U' Intt'r,'st' a,,f' A,,v- wc' To,!rl Bonifacio Garcia, 120 acres. Tax $4 A. Interest,, ; Ad v( C9c, Total Ciato Guiterrez, 1C0 acres, Tax $0. 00, Interest 30c, Adv. 09c, Total $7.1 1 . , SCHOOL DIS. NO. 63. ADDITIONAL Felix Mermijo, 40 acres, Tax 11.52, Interest 9c, Adv. 46o, Total $2.07. Leonor Chacom, 80 acres. Tax $3.03 Interest 18o, Adv. 46o, Total $3.67. Georgo Mata, 40 acres, Tax $152, Interest 9c, Adv. 40c, Total $2.07. Francisco Garcia, 40 acres, Tax $1.- 52, Interest He, Adv. 09e, Total $2.3(1. Presentation It. L. Vigil, 8) acres Tax $3.03, Interest 18c, Adv. 09e. Total $3.90. Antonio Trujillo, 12(1 acres. Tax 1.55, Interest 27c, Adv. 09c, Total $5.51. I. 1. L. Vigil, () aere, Tax $3.03, Interest 18c, .uiv. 40c, Total $3.07. l'hilocarnio Vigil. 100 acres, lax $0.00, Interest 30c, Adv. 09e, Total 7.11. Ikiiuingo Armijo, in acres, Tax $1. 52, Intei est 9e, Adv. 09c, Total $2.- Franclsco...

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. — 14 July 1917

l..u., llliereM, ?;,ni, .tuv. o:ic, r rnn clay tow news, sattrdat. im 14. kit. $3.03. Interest 10c, Adv. 69c, ToUI $3.82. I'E LISTJKtfCA ..hU hrdrfH mhmr ECSAPE LIST. George il. Wane. 320 acres, Tax $3.20, Interest 18c, Adv. 69c, Total $1.13. Myrtle Herford, 160 acres; Tax $11. m, interest 70c, Adv. 09c, Total $13.17. Matt i-parks loo acres, Tax $5.09, Interest, 1 2c, Adv. Ittc, Total 11.67 Hcnigna I'inurd, 2 town lot in Clay Ion, Tax $..9 Interest 30e, Adv. Total $i.0J. Frank E. Callahan, 160 acres, Tax $7.64, Interest !(', Adv. 09c, To tal $8.78. U. S. Dennett 3 town lots in Des Moines, Tax 73c, Interest rr, Adv. 69c. Total 1.47. Mr. Ester Pratt, 10U aire, Tax 7.5K, Interest 45c, Adv. 09c, Total if 1. 17. Louis Siclfcrt 160 acres, Tax $7.58, Interest 45c, Adv. 46c, Total 8.41. II. II. Kennegy, 300 acres, Tax $17. 05, Interest $1.03, Adv. 69c", Total $18.77. 11. 11. Kcnagy, 4U acres, Tax $1.89 Interest $l.(K), Adv. 09c, Total $3.58. John 11. Young, 10 acres, Tax 95, Interest 6c, Ad...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 14 July 1917

Lililí I'ttli, 1V"J DL 1 ..3. X .X Carnación Hernandez. S. D. No. 81, f l.)2. rnn cxayto mbwr. iattmít, jxxy 14. iit. SCHOOL DISTRIC1 JVO. 25. L. F. Garcia, 40 acres,. Tax 1153, , Interest 'Se, Adv. , C9c, Total $2.50. . - ' SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 26. Cha. Schaeffer, 1 60 acres, Tax . , . 6.76, Interest $130, Adv. 69c, To . , tal $.75. SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 27. , W. A, Swogcr, 32 acres, Tax 118.76, , Interest $2.81, Adv. CUc, To tal $22.26. , "SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 29. Adolfo Bact,' ICO acres, Tax $6.12, Interest $1.10, Adv. CUc, Total .. $7.91. Mrs. Mariano Chaves, 1010 acres, Tax $40.57, Interest $7.32, Adv. ouc, loui $8.08. George Gonzales, 610 acres, Tax $17.75, (Interest $2WC0, üdv. C9cl Total $21.10. Leandro N. Gallegos, 9Í0 acres. Tax $31.51, Interest $5.C7, Adv. 69c, lotai 9óiM. SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 30. Chas. Hargreaves, 1 town Lot, Tax 19c, Interest, 7c, Adv. C9c, Total vac. SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 31. J. L. Burris, 100 acres, Tax $0.81 Interest 1.23, Adv. 69e, Total $8.76. - L. D. Cha...

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