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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 17 April 1915

y LOCAL AND PERSONAL r Deputy County Treasurer F. C. de Haca, returned Thursday noon from a business trip to Santa Fe. Itexall Ilemedies and Preparations are guaranteed best on the market. For sale by City DniK Store. Attorney Joseph Gill attended to business al Des Moines the first of the week. .'. H. Anstine of near SanipM. was a trader in tti! city Friday anil Saturday. See 5. C. Smith before: you buy that biiKKy. He is agent for the best rig on the market tf N. C. Light, the Grenville mer chant, attended to business in the coimly seat the Hi-mI of the week. Ladies We invito you to inspect our line of Harmony Toilet articles None better. The Rexall Store, City Drug Store. A. J. l'uyne, one of the prosperous farmers of the Sedan country, was a business visitor and trader in the city the first of the week. F. A. McUrcgor, traveling inspect or and expert for the Mergenthaler Linotype Co., was in the city Mon day and Tuesday giving our ma chine the third decree. He found it in pretty...

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. — 17 April 1915

THE CLAYTONNEWS OFFICIAL PAPER OF UNION COUNTY We have received strong com mendation for our kick on the lum ber situation. Let's keep on kick ing until a little meed of justice is secured even if we have to dispense with the service and presence of a few foreign corporations. Scant lings at ?.'12 per is a nice state of affairs. Kick. SUTHERS & DURAN, Proprietor! Chai. Suthers, Editor ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR BntarMl as Second Clut Matter October 1Mb M tbe Pot Office at Clayton. N. M.. andar the Act of March 3rd. 1879. Siilurdn.v, April 17, TIIKY Ami "'they' say"' "let there be peace. ( was 'politic!,' and we nre willing to I'l hy-gnnes be by-gones uml have peace in our county fam ily fur a season." Undoubtedly, "they" art! willing to forget ami have others forget "their" dishonorable practices during and after the last election; also, "they" are willing, prayerfully willing, to have the ac tions of the caucus majority forgot ten; also, "they" are willing, insist ently willing, that ...

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. — 17 April 1915

TO ATTACK RHINE Report Says dolfra Now Plans to Garry War Into Germany. G ALLIEN I TO LEAD FORCES. The Object li to Bring Horror Horn to Kaiser's Sjbjccts, V.'hde Cities Will Bo Ransomed and Hit Troops Com polled to Withdraw From the North. Faveriah Haata In Preparation.. The Invasion of upper Alsiieo. com- bilHtl Willi U SOUtll I llOltli UlOVClllClll long the IC ti Inc. It Is li-imii-d on ttir moHt trustworthy uiitliority. I the foremost feature of the l-'renrb plan to carry the war lntt t ermita;, snys 6 LoilUotl COITt'HpolldfUt. The present French activity lu tipper Alsace nnd the Vosjieu and the bom burd incut of the Met, forts-of which nothing han been suld oUlciully arc the first stops in the great Hchenie. tint the general offensive will come Boon, when the French armament milk ere have given the army a clear mi periority In heavy guns. A captain deputy on fifteen dnys' leave from the east to attend the brief meeting of parliament in Paris snld In the lobbies of the elm tuber...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 17 April 1915

MÍ :i 'i : r.- 1 i YJicrc .!!v pp.! i I i". p.!.-; :i taiionnu 1 hiüoriiiír i 1 1: THE PSYCHOLOGICAL 1 ftuniiW II 1-H-Vnnh H. (ing 8ul, Although Anointed ef God, Waittd For tho Voico of tho People. Hit Opportune Moment and How Ha Utilized It Hia Acceptance by the Peopje-r-Oppprtunitiee Open Por All. SpecanLaesons-.te the Church, Alto Called to KinglyOffico. 'tit iJcif i'lutr tu aiitf'-r i better than th miyhlfi ; ami hr ihal iitltth hi niirit than ht Ih'il lukcth n riff." I'rowfn M:)t. ISRAEL Ii:t1 asked for n kin?. Hod, throuidi I ho Prophet Sam "ncf.'. by'd' ciúsvl tin; anointing of Saul to bo king. The people of ara el had assembled, mid Hod's Proph It Sauiucl had 1 1 1 1 Ii uted God's choice. Sonic had gladly ac cpted it, but the number clement had refused, succrlng y saying, Who Is he, that we should Sope for anything great In his hand? It looked (is though the l.oi d s choice "ful been uiisatj-l'aetiiiy mi l IitkI come to nnuL'ht. Saul made no attempt to X;rclst iiulliiiiy. 1 ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 17 April 1915

A Mention , Homesteaders All legal advertising in this paper It read end e errected according to ropy. Read your ed and It n error found, however slight, notify us at once. Notice for Publication liepartment of the, Interior, IT. S. Land Office at Clayton, N. M., Mar. 25, 1!I5. " Notice is hereby given that nun can S. Thomas, of Seneca, N. who, on February 2, made H. K. Serial No. OI27i'.l, for S. 1-2 Ne. and N. 1-2 Se. 1-4, Section 7, Township 27 N., Mange 35 K., N. M. 1 Meridian, has filed notice of in tention to make ttliren year proof to establish claim to the land above described, before Register and Re ceiver, V.' S. Land Oflice at Clayton, N. M., on the 12th day of May, 1ÍU5. Claimant names as witnesses: John A. llecker, Joseph M. Har der, V. A. Roach, Kammie A. Price, all of Wanetle, N. M. 4-3 5-8 Paz Valverde, Register. Notice for Publication Department of the Interior, TT. S. I. and Oflice at Clayton, N. M., March 25, 1915. .Notice is hereby given that Ira Massey, of Sedan...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 17 April 1915

SIMON HERZSTEIIN Clayton's Only Reody-to-Wcor Stor A Store For Women and Girls A Store For Men and Boys Men's Furnishings If 3 Every man's wardrobe needs not only clothes to make it complete he needs a supply of Sox, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, Hose supporters. Collars, Suspenders, Melts, Collar & Cuff Muttons, Shirts and Underwear, I specialize on "fixn's for Men" therefore I will merely suggest to the men folks that this store is the place to buy the articles mentioned nbove as well as your clothes, because the things I have in this line are the quality kinds and you pay no more here than inferior grades cost elsewhere It líSÍ More Middy House Aprons The Texas Maid Mrand They're Home made, big and roomy, clean and comfortable, pockets on "em" and a belt too, and we're selling them at what you have to pay for the cloth it takes to make one Choice 50c each Arrow Collars 15c each or 2 for 25c Just in by express all the new spring styles comfort collars for fat men, the new long poin...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 24 April 1915

CLAYTON NEWS DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. ' - VOLUME VIII. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1915. NO. 17. THE THE STATE TAXPAYERS LEAGlTi Mill Work in Harmony Willi the Slate Tax Commission in Interest of All Citizens. Albuquerque, N. M, April 19. The proposal for organization of a New Mexico Taxpayers' League has met with hearty approval from rep resentative taxpayers in all parts of New Mexico, and members of the tentative organization here have re ceived numerous letters and person al expressions voicing this approval in the strongest terms. These let ters are from Democrats and Repub licans and all of them emphasize, the point that the matters at issue are larger man any question oi po litical advantage, emphasis being laid generally upon the fact that the state tax comission in initiating the new full valuation assessment sys tem, with the short lime at its dis posal and with the many complica tions present should be ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 24 April 1915

4-H-6-H TF.I.F.l'HONK NO. k.",. Local and Personal k I). K. Murk attended to business in th" city the lirst of the week. M I'.. Fuller of Staunton, was n county seat visitor the first of the week. DML'lit Slit'tian of the OMo neiirh bortiooil, attended to business in tin city Tuesday. Joe Franklin of the Harney coun try, atti'iiili'il to liuini'SA in tin- city tins lirst of tin- week. Fiuis Hootli of near Cluphatn, was a trailer ami visitor in the city t!ie first of the week. Our slock of toilet preparations is complete, prices exactly riht. We have it. City I rtig Store. C. V.. Williams of near Texline, a News recular, attended to business in the county s.-at Tuesday. W. W. Haihy of near (renville, was a busiiess visitor and trader' in the city the first of the week. One pood furnished room to rent, imithwesl of silioolhoiise. (cntle ni.'in preferred. Itohert Hangcrtcr. LOANS AND INVESTMENT We hive money to lon on Farm Lands and Live Stock or other good security-tear-Ingfproperty. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 24 April 1915

M. -lacinias Ham, has been in the city l.ailics Wi' invito you to inspnet ..ta. . .r. . , --f..,; I LOCAL AND PEHSONAL Tom ami Jack Edmondsoii of the Venera neighborhood, were trading in the city Monday. Mr. nud Mrs. J. II. Parkhil! of the otto neighborhood, were trading in the city Monday. All rubber poods, drugs nnd drug sundries ut the City Drug Store. ieo. V. Hapan, one of our regu lars of west of town, was trading in the city Tuesday. Col. (oodyear of near (ladstone, Ihe popular auctioneer, spent sev eral days in tre county seat this week. Mrs. Jose Merced Oonzales is building an addition to her home. Clayton is improving and growing nil the time. Heyes Martinez, who, in spile of his republicanism, is a pretty (food fellow, was looking after business in the city the first of tin' week. "Li thei'L'o"' (allaglicr, one of the popular residents of the le Haven country, was a business isitor in lb" city this week. one of our regulars progressive farmers was a trader in the J. K. Üus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 24 April 1915

THE CLAYTONNEWS OFFICIAL PAPER OF UNION COUNTY not be changed by legislation, and human greed will not be curbed by system. Hut a basis of trade can be established by reliable informa ntion on market conditions and cur-1 rent prices. Some system of deter-; mining prices and disseminating in formation on market conditions is necessary to the success of the movement. I? SUTHERS & DURAN, Proprietor! Chai. Sutmeki, Editor . ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Cnwrad aa Satond CUaa Mattar October 1Mb t tha Poat OAtea at Clayton. N. M.. andar the Act of March 3rd. 1879. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO Saturday. April 25, 1915. Just c;-t Riulit Just sit tight in the In nit and lend bud a lililí help on Ihis lumber proposition. Tilt' people of t'.i- ri.'it.try arc entitled to decent tnat I lent n nd fair and legitimate pi in s when they use their money to aid the development of the country and iiuild homes. It .sliniild l)i unnec essary to call tin; attention (if deal ers and buyers (o the conditions ex isting, be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 24 April 1915

OMMIMOF.R PROCKEDINftS Recalar Mertlagr ( the Roar of Couaty ('nluloirn, Hrli April 5tk, IBIS. The Board met at t o'rlock, n. m., there being present, the Honorable Ha lóme Oarcln, Chairman; T. 8. Snyder, and Matías L. Casados, Memlum; Juan .1. Durunn. Clerk, and P. O. Blue, Attor ney. I'etltion of Jaa. T. Howard, et ala. asking for road commencing at the Southeast corner of Section 25, Town ship 8 North, Range 33 East, etc., aa fully net out In said petition and plat on tile herein, the Hoard, after belnK advised therein, appointed the follow ing named persons to net aa Road Viewers, to view said proponed road and make the repo-t as such, at the next regular term of thin Hoard. Owen CoulHon, Earnest Sclvy, James T. Howard. Petition of Carl Erlckson, et al., ask ing for road commencing at the South east corner of Section IS, Township 2fi North of Range 36 East, etc., thence cast along the south side of Sections 17, 16, 15, 14, and 13, to the Texas line as fully set out In said petit...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 24 April 1915

vi.u:y vikw (Sedan) rain tin? past week put a smile on every farmer face. They have their ground nil broke and Hie rain has put enoiiKh moisture in the soil to hriiiK tToii up and Kive them a CDod "rowing start. Mrs. lone Mcltay left the lirst of (lie weew for Amarillo, where she will make an extended visit villi rel atives and friends. Jaek Zurich returned the first of the week from an extended business trip to Louisiana and Texas, .lack is a hustler and has one of the best ranches in Ihis part of the country. lion Manuel Mascaivnas has mov ed his family back to the ranch. They spent the winter in Clayton, KiviiiK the children the benelit of the city schools. T. A. I Minn made a business trip to Clayton the (irt of the week. I'ery Stead attended to business in the county seat the lirst of the week. The patrons are busy liuulmii sand and other material for the new school house. C. Hodi-'es and familv sueut Sunday with Ira Massey and family '. Horn The ótli inst., to Mr. and Mrs. Ira...

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 April 1915

Attention, IlomesUdeart All lega advertising In thia paper li read and corrected according to copy. Read jrotir ad and If aa error found, however slight, notify a at once. Notice for Publication Ii'parttn'iit of the Interior, 1'. S. Land Office at Clayton, N. M., Mar. 25, I'M 5. Nolio; i. lirrcliy piven that Dun ran S. Miomas, of Si'iicca, N. M., wlio, on February 2, It'll, inndi II. K. Serial No. 0I2TI1I, for S. 1-2 Nr. I-i, and N. 1-2 Sr. I-Í. Section 7, Township 27 N., lUiui:.' ,Ti K., N. M. I. Meridian, lias filed notice of in lenlion to make ttliren your proof lo establish claim to t!ir laiiil above described, before U. isb r anil II1 ceiver, I'. S. Land Ollice at Clayton. N. M ., on the l'Jth day rd May, I'.Hr.. Claimant names as witnesses: John A. Urck. r, .losrpli M. Har der. W. A. Iloach, Saminie A. l'l'ice, all of Wanelte, N. M. i-3 0-8 Pa. Valvenle, Itepisler. .Notice for i'liblicalioii 1 li'partmriit of the Interior, I'. S. Land Ollice at Clayton, N. M., March 25. li'l")...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 24 April 1915

A Store For Women SIMON HERZSTEIN A Store For Men and Girls Clayton's Only Readyto-Wear Store and Bovs MENS SUITS AT $1 AND $1 00 I 7 .J y. ;S' "I.ITIT ' "J mm: 11 1 ' üi ; V .i f I I 1 1 lutorifUt Uut StWlucr ti Man When you walk into this Store and ask to see some $10.00 or $15.00 Suits, I feel confident that I have something in the wide range of styles and patterns that will suit your fancy, they're all wool and the workmanship and finish of these clothes is the same as you will find in most suits that sell at $15.50 and $20.00, not only is the workmanship as good, the quality of the cloth is as good, therefore they must be better suits and really worth more. I am striving to give all the Value it is possible to give for $10.00 and $15.00 in clothes, 3 Unlimited Guarantee every suit I sell is guaran- U--Li, teca to give you sausracuon W Pi 1 MI-DMA fiYClUIMMj 3 R SPECIALTY Spits Cupyricht Hurt Sfhaffncr it Man Saf.ppn $ iris for Vor.iñíl 100 in the ciboi inieiu iuubuy ulack Value...

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. — 1 May 1915

THE 'A i m o iJCLWo DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. CLAYTON; NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1915. NO. IS. VOLUME VIII. V, X.. RELATING TO SCHOOL LAWS State Superintendent Gives GSsl of Educational Legislation Enacted by Recent Legislature. To County Commissioners, School Directors, Boards of Education, County Superintendents and City Superintendents: We arc sending you herewith copies of six school laws enacted at the lust session of the legisla ture. You will be interested in all uf these laws and I urge a careful reading of each one, but your par ticular attention is directed to the laws involving the matter of rev enue for schools. Senate Bill No. 75 and House Bill No. 232. The present school year is gov erned by Senate Bill No. 75, which umends Chapter 01, Laws of 1912, miller which school revenues have been provided only in so far as it provides for a minimum term of ven months. The only matter in this bill to which attention need...

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. — 1 May 1915

LOCAL AND PERSONAL Walter Wood loft Tuesday for Joplin, Missouri. Iu! ou know ll'Ot it ha rained Irt days duriiiR April? C. A. Wood of Cuales, transact ed business in Clayton Friday. All rubber goods, drugs and drug sundries at the City I)rug Store. T. 1. Heed has rnlarpen liis new M.ii. l in the pol oi'ice b iiltl.it. Ilutledtie Uros, transacted busi ness in the city Thursday and Fri day. O. C. Miller of Crenville, has ac cepted a position with Palmer & Wherritt. J. H. Alexander of near Wanette, atended to business in the city Wed nesday. , Chas. Hawkins prominent raoeh man of the Sedan country came to Clayton Friday. Mrs. J. W. Curry oNClovis, trans acted business in Clayton the latter part of the week. Albert Iavis of Folsom, altendod to business in the county seal Wed nesday and Thursday. J. Fliley Hughes, the popular" 6im nrrun sloekmiyi, was a business vis itor in the city this week. Odis Kirby has accepted a position with L. A. WikofT as mail carrier between Clayton and K...

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. — 1 May 1915

Jos. .b (,il iunl io v. .1. o. Herrín Sane American Newspapers Siice the German newspapers be an their hysterical attacks upon President Wilson, the administra tion at Wnstinirton and the United Slates in general, one feels like enn pralulalinp; the newspapers of the I idled Slates upon the restraint and the judgment their editors have shown since the very beginning; of the war in Europe. Prior to the (iirinan newspaper eruption the futility of the nil iludo of most of the American newspapers had been ac cepted largely as a matter of course. Hut since the principal Berlin jour nals hevran th'ir assaults, so sur prisingly wild and unfair, the atti tude of our own newspapers stands . out in striking contrast. Sunset Magazine, in its current number, calls attention to this altitude in a eoiuiiat.ulatory editorial statement, which says, in part: "The inouldinK of public opinion has passed from the fifth to the t first paite of the daily paper. No longer dues ll;. writr of weighty ed ito...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 1 May 1915

I- THE CLAYTONNEWS OFFICIAL PAPER OF UNION COUNTY SUTHERS & DURAN, Proprlelori Chas. Sutheks, Editor ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR (nund ae Scrond Claaa Matter Octubrr lath I tha Poat Offica at Clayton. N. M.. under the Act of March 3rd. 1879. Saturday, Muy 1, Ml. This i!iM-r lias no desire to en ter into a personal ami useless newspaper harangue with a com petitor simply because it in a com petitor. We do not aim to do so. tint that does not mean that we will li t go unchallenged any untruthful Mat'i.n nts made ahout us or our business. Personal a n i m o .s i t y against competitors, even to the ex tent of untruthfulness, becomes a habit with some alleged editors. We are unfortunate eunuch to be ac quainted with several who have the habit highly developed. They are more to be pitied than censured. Thanks, A fully The editor of our contemporary has iuld of a few things he never dicf, anil they are all to his credit, and we sincerely hope ami trust that he will linish the race without bei...

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. — 1 May 1915

SIMON HERZSTEIN Clayton's Only Ready-to-Wear Store A Store For Women and Girls A Store For Men and Boyi End of April Sale I IHart Schaffner, &.Marx I have reduced the prices on many items in my stock, among them DOROTHY DODD low Shoes, Ladies Hats, Children Dresses, and Women Waists, you can make a substantial saving on any of the above items as well as anything else you buy at this store. Women's Waists End of A pril Trice Choice $1.00 1 have decided to give you your choice o any waist in the store for the above price, (except the Silk Crepe I)e Clime Waists.) Spring Stock, Pumps & Oxfords, End of April Price Most of the stock has been reduced from 25c to 50c a pair this is quite a saving considering the high prices that prevail on all kinds of Shoes Hats & Caps For Men New lot just arrived 1 bought some of the niftiest lids in the line, if you want a hat with snap and style, then walk right in you will find one here exactly suited to your peculiar style of beauty $1.50...

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. — 1 May 1915

::i n.. u. -ii i-:. Serial 01X723. List 3!.;s. i.ot i, n. i-2 ni:. i-4, si-:, l-i ni: i 1...H i .-. 1 m charici t :-. . ti o . X Fountain This week tho City Drug Store installed oik? of tin! Ilni'st oda foun tains it lias been our pleasure lo see in many a day. It is a thing of beauty, and should rertainlyl prove n joy to tlii- thirsty and to its own er.. It is luiilt of onyx granite and mahogany. Milo and Tim, the pop ular Mutt and .1 IT of tin- establish ment, iustjll d tin' fountain and did a first class ji.lt. J. A. Null t, n al boss of tin F.vans building, this week had his name ad.h'd to our subscription lit. Tin' News is tin' popular paper. V. I'.. Kinsworlhy, one of our good readers at Texline, was a business isit,r in the city today. Mr. Kitts wotlhy recently t'.-lunied from a i-it to Arkansas and says New Mex ico has the old slate beat a mile. W. F. Kendiick, postmaster and merchant at Cuales, attended to business in th city Wednesday. . Incidentally h" applied another dol...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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