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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 1 September 1917

J. MUD GEGBB TAXPAYERS ASSOCIATION THE CUTTOil FÜÍLIG SCHOOL ' BEGINS SEPT. 10 v i "' """"' SanU Ft, Aug. 31. II. 1. Wood ward is lite Union counly member mI the new advisory counci' of the Taxpayers' association- He was selcted, vith other coun cil members, at tho recent animal meeting of the association here, when Former Governor Herbert J. I ayerman was re-elected president; Secretary tr State Antonio Lncero, seoreatry, and J. Van Jlouten. of liatón; Treasurer, J. M. llayn.'hls, of Albuquerque, was elected vice-pre-(ident, suct-eding Harry W. Kelly, of Las Vegas. The. executive com mittee named is composed of Piesidcnt Hagerman, -late Senator John S- Clark, of Las Vegas; slate Senator R. O. Pryant, of portales-; James O. Fitch, of Socorro, and John M. Sully, of Santa Hila. The advisory council is compiled of one representative from each county, as follows: llernalilln, A. h Sfroup; Chaves, 11- M. Iow; Colfax, O. rpe U. Webster, Jr.; Curry. Chas. A- SrhGurieh; Dona Ana, F. p.'Les ...

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 September 1917

POPE'S PEACE PLEA REJECTED PERMANENT WORLD TRANQUIL- LITY AIM OF AMERICA AND ' ALLIES, SAYS WILSON. THE BEMI CUYTGii KILL CONTINUE TO GROW IN SIZE AND PUNEKCl FÚLLTEXT OF U.S. REPLY WORD OF KAISER CANNOT BE TAKEN AS GUARANTEE THAT WAR WILL END. Ono of tlio rcmavkablo items of interest with which the town of Clayton abounds, is tho rapidity of growth of tho State Hank of Com merce. ? The institution was incor porated in tho year 1911 and the de lMsiled for that year totaled " about .29,000.00 The next year the own ership changed and the real growth started, and the business has in creased until on the first of January 1017 tho deposits totaled nearly half .:n: .l..lt Weitirn Newspaper Union News Bervic. u"-""1- To His Holiness, Benetlictus XV J . " Kl " president, is a ponp. big hearted fellow who came nere In acknowledgment of the comniunl- from Kansas.! He-has the ability cation of your Holiness to the belllg- of making friends with everybody rent peoples, dated August 1, 1917, f n...

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. — 1 September 1917

E)t Clayton Neme- ív ry occupy nn inch of American 9letal Tap ( TfWm f Claytwm. chas. r. irnutm ihigb) Kñlfr. Omn rabllakcr "nJ " '''OftjaÍÍUÍ.Aj"ViH i.AH r J" Entered Second CUas m..ttar Octo , ber 1 1. 1S0I. at th. poatoOlc at Ol7ton, N. M., tinder tha Act of , March t. 1IT. MTTRDAY, SEPTT.MnnR 1. 19 1; IIOLLOMVN UPHOLDS HEPeBLlCAN GEHUYMANDKIt an eel asido the decision of IIoll-otnan. INFORMATION AVANTE! a few Sania Kc, New Mexco, Aug. ;). Ai-iii:; l in the case brought by Ft.al' - ü itor ft C- Smith ami several tllt i - Di inoprals of the Eighth judicial district to enjoin Secretary tí Stale Antonio Lucero from pub lishing tin- proposed amendment to the state constitution creating I 'iiith judicial district, were made bforc District Judge Heed llolloman jnlhe supremo court room at the capital Thursday. Due to the fact that Attorney General Harry L. I'at ton declined to represent the secre tary of state, because of a conviction that the resolulon proposng the toinondment was not ...

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 September 1917

Mosquero where he had trono Sundnt fmwv. i i.,x i au I : EE KAVE KEO 1ÜJT Mrs. A. I. Means left Monday for Oklahoma City to visit her mother. J. D. Bair and son. II. A., were in from Patterson getting repairs for ineir.J. I. Caso thresh nir outfit Wednesday. They repor bumper crops of wheat and bean3 in their locality. B. F. Harwood of tho Ilayden country, was transacting business in tho county seal Friday. Grant Black and Paul Cornwell wore in the city Friday gelling ranch supplies. Walter llkkler of tho Tate coun try was in town Wednesday tending to business matters. Misses iormpi and Klon Young who live at Berlrand, Okla. were shopping in Clayton Friday. Attorney Jou Gill and Edward Rutledgo have just returned from a business trip to Kansas City. Cy Miller of Vance, left today for Minneapolis, Minn., to accept a position with a large hotel there. Mr. J. T. Smith one of the pro gresivo farmers of the New Homo vicinity was seen on the streets Fri day Rev. Mills, of the First Method...

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 September 1917

Nw Mcxh-fi Collar of Agrk-uUtire notice op bale op certificates . ami .Moi-lianics Arts and Aori- OF iuebted.es op ihiox n.llt.rul Expmnincnt Station cotXTV' new Mexico. SUltf CoJIrflO. N. M. rtTBLIC NOTICE Is hereby -lven ' ' that the BOARD OP COUNTY COM- lTi:lt WIIAF.T MI8SIONERS of Union County, New Mexico, on the 11th day of August, ... 1.1 ,1 ii 1917, at a regular melting: of said It i now time to sow winter wheat, Board ot CountJP Cmmlsal0ners. under and much car; Should i) .-APTciítWd and by virtue of authority In them in Ihf Jirt'iKiratien of tin 3'('1 bi'll, vested by law, duly passed and adopt- the selection of K-'od seed, and the ed a. "8?I"ti?n ',irb? a Dclttl .. tax of ONE MILL on the dollar of the II. If VI llt!lllllK. It i csliimitetl dial about tv tliirds of Ihf entire wheal urn-age of the I'ni-d States is sown in the fall. In New Mexico, hull winter and sjriiitf wheats arc .-''own- hut this year, above all oün t years win ter wheat should he sow a, win-rev er it i a...

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. — 1 September 1917

TjVSINESS Jlnd j l- PROFESSIONAL ! HILL BROTHERS j COAL, ICR AND TRANSFER COMPANY ! TELEPHONE 5JC Clayton, New exico j THOS. F. SAVAGE J For Nine Years in United ! Statea Land Office" ': GENERAL LAND PRACTICE Entries, Contests, Final Proofs, Plats and Abstracts promptly attended to Office 1st N'tl Dank Blclg., LAYTON, N. M, DR. C. E. KELLER Dentist Over Dean's Bakery I Onice Phone 101D Clayto COL. J. A. SOWERS I I ' Auctioneer i Write roe at Seneoa. or Phone trie at Wanetto for Dales. b CommlssIflQ one per cent I Satisfaction Guaranteed !? ' Fon CONTEST CASES HANDLED - r I,,...... ' :t: SCB g. c. smth. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE EFFICIENTLY Omce in First Nafl Bank BIdg. For All Auctioneer work CoL Georoe Goodyear 30 years experience in Llvs Block, Townsite and Merchan dise. All work will be appreci ated. For making dates see Caudle's Furniture Store. Tel ephone 08. Yours Respectifully, COL GEORGE GOODYEAR i?:::::::::::::!::::::::: COL. E. U. JACOBS t Auctioneer ! MOST EXPERIENCED 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. — 1 September 1917

I 1 flTTO-JODRSi MEIRCAK it rra 1 1 Íji jo CLAYTON'S BIGGEST STORE LOW PRICE MAKERS Aleñas and Boys' Outfitting; Department We have now opened the most up-to-date Men's and Boys' Store in the State. We are equipped to show you Merchandise with ease, and we will show you with great pleasure. We have now on display the greatest line of Merchandise ever shown in Clayton. ' Merchandise with Style, Quality and Pnce KIRSCHBAUf.1 CLOTHES FOR r.IEN The kind you get a written guarantee with, to be all wool and give satisfaction. Latest colors and styles in young men's Suits $16.50 Blue Serge Suits . $16.50 to $35.00 Stout Suits for Men; Stub Suits for Men; Slim Suits for Men; Any Size, Any Form $15.00 up to $35.00 Men's and Boys' Department Otto-Johnson Mercantile Go. BOYS CLOTHING Never before was there a good line of Boys' Clothing Carried in this town. But now we have on display, for your in- Prices: $3, $4, $5, $6 to $12.50 h spection, one of the greatest on the Market. J - i ; D.i c 'i....

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. — 8 September 1917

V if' "-.":'."v DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OE GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUI LDING OE THE COMMUNITY í' ' (ff volume x. (MVTO, M'.W MEXICO, SATl HUM, M l I .M 111 :it s, 1(117. i mheh 37. GRAND JURY WORKING DILIGENTLY; ' EXPECT TO COMPLETE LABOR TODAY The Union county grand jury em paneled Monday morning by Distrclt Judge T. D. Lieu, has been working diligently during the week and have returned a number of Indictments against alleged law-breakers. Fri day afternoon It was said that about fifteen Indictments had been returned, hut cannot be published until service Is made on those InUlcted. Indictments returned and service secured ore as follows: Charles Ernest Long, murder In the first degree for killing Deputy Sheriffs Gentry and Baca. I'lead not guilty. Charles Ernest Long, Burglary. In dicted singly and Jointly with Itobort Holland. ' Lyle Stone and John Simpson. Lar ceny of cattle. Have been arraigned and plead not guilty. Lucio Terea. Killing of cattle. I'lead not guilty. John Cann...

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

mm B. WALTON MUXES THE EFFETE EASTERNERS SIT UP AND TAKE NOTICE: HATES SPEECOKING, BUT LOVES WORK Con gre unman William H. Walton, "Our Blllle." is attracting more at tention "way down east" than usually falls to the lot of a member of con gress during his first term. Cut Blllle, although be hat Leen on the job tut six months, has them all "eating out of his hand" and he has already become one of the recognized leaders In the American house of lords, lie docs not break into the front rage stories by delivering longwindcd ora tions which nobody cares to read. Ho refrains from talking as much a ros-. .tkl. 1 . 1 1 .1 - V. 1 ...... 1. I ft, Ole, Rnu )UIR 111 1119 llllic HI Jltii u vuin which rcnlly is what counts in the end. As an evldcne of the attention be Is attracting we reproduce herewith an article which appeared in the New York Telegraph of Sunday, JVugust 26: There are fire states in the union, each of which sends to the national bouse of representative one lone mom-be. The hab...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 8 September 1917

v í I i I i - . '-y i t . .t.. 1 . .- f,. LAXO BCniP FOR SALE. W have a limited amount of SANTA FE LAND SCRIP for fale at only $5.19 per acr. Thla acrtp can be located on any government land In this aectlon of the country. If there la a tract or government land you want to "CINCH" on abort time, see ua. PENNINGTON & TALBOT Clayton. New Mexico STIIAYEIX From my ranch about three months ago, ono sorrel mare 4 years old, branded figuro j on left jaw; ono light bay marc, i years old, branded with wino gtas3 on left thigh; ono 2 year old sorrell mare, branded T L connected on left shoulder. Liberal reward will be raid for any inforrmUon regard ing the above. W. A. SWINDLE, 3i-U Clayton, N. M. .NOTICE I OIt rilU.ICATOX. !.. i'H i up. i in rot mis. i Miisi'i 'i i:i titirio ni' i hi: noiiiii wkst. vmi un: m miiii iii:sti:ii fai.ms at clayton in tub K A It I. V SIMtlNli. WRESTLING CHAMP vs FALLIS AT THE MISSION THEATRE CLAYTON Monday, Evening Sept. , 17th. Don't Fail To See The Champions...

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. — 8 September 1917

Site CElaytmt NrutB Official Taper ( Towi f Clartai CHAS. r. iCTUBtt! (I1IGI1) ECltor, Omri aad PobUaher UMJ DULLAU I'lill iAIl Entered aa Second Clan matter Octo bet tt, 190, at the postónica at CSajrton, N. M., under the Act of March t. 187. MTt'RntY, SKI'TKMIIlOIl fi. 1017. AMKRK'A'9 ( AtdK I'OU WAR ANO'I lll.lt C'OI.I.AI'Si: The Socialist movement In tin United States seems to have collapsed, lary tis n result of the femclcsp opposition of the Socialist leaders to the American war policy ami their vir tual championship of I'russian auto cr.'cy. C'r rather, the Socialist orpan Izatlon lias collapsed. Whatever was Vital in the movement itself rocs right on, despite the repudiation oT offlcl.il spokesmen. Latterly we have Ik en witnessing the. collapse of another organization, often confused with .Socialists l.y lootc thinl ers, but far different in purpose and Inspiration, and Incomparably more ularmliiK. The I. AV. A seems to be on Its last Ickb. This statement may surpiiM.- u Ki...

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. — 8 September 1917

WE HAVE HEARD THAT Miss Ora (Worn left Smnl.iv for Tex lco. N. 51. Jame llyan, of Fotaom v;n In Clay ton a few days. R. II. Holt left Wciliip?!ay fur li In ranch nt Hueyeros. Mm. liettie Dorsay has retuiiu-il to Clayton to make Iter home. J. B. i'roctor. of Trinhla.l has re sumed work on the Citizen. Miss I-lllan Craig of Ft. Worth, In the guest of Mrs. Carl Jenkins. WoM receivp.l from IVnvcr of thp aerloun llness of Samuel IIosfoM. Mrs. C. C. Hnulfonl. of lalhart, Tex Is the puest of Mrs. Kit Clark. Walter 1J. Julin.soii Is newly appoint ed postmaster at Sedan, N.'m. J. F. Sherman, of Trinidad, transact ed business In Clayton Thursday. If you want to nava your beans, use the (JTANT or UNIVERSAL bean har vesters. Ion-t forpet them. See them at ISAACS. 37-lt Ruy that girl one of those wrist watches nt Holdsworth's. All of them are guaranteed to give satisfac tion. 37-lt. S. II. cntry. 'he fathor of li. 11. entry, left Thiv ' 'or his home nt Haxter, Telm 1... x compnnled by his grand ...

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. — 8 September 1917

KiSTRUCTIONS TO GRAND JURY 15 TIIK DHTR1I T t Ol HT FOR l'IO ( OIXTV, NEW MEXICO Hfplrmlff Trrm, 117. ISTHl TIO TO TIIK H A. Ml Jl llY Gentlemen of the Orand Jury; I trust I hut your duties as grand Jurors during this term of court will not be heavy, hut you 111 have Im portant duties to perforin nnd the law contemplates that tho Court can assist you by fclvltiK ou Instructions as to the law that 'should govern your de liberations. Should you need any additional Instructions as to thu per formance of your duties you vhould crlptlon In this county. If any such Uy of Union, In the State of New Mex mlsconduct has taJten nine. Every I Ico, la Indebted to the bearer In the member of the grand jl)r7 must keep aurn of secret whatever he hlmseir or any other grand juror may have Bald, or In what manner he or any other grand juror may have voted on any matter coming before you I cannot Impress upon you, gentlemen, too strongly your duty to keep absolutely Feerct the matters that come before ...

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. — 8 September 1917

E: McMurtrey, of Mosca. N. M., who, BUSINESS Jnd J PROFESSIONAL HILL BROTHERS COJII, IGF m FEA COMPANY TELEPHONE 5SC Clayton, New Mexico i !fc ---------i THOS. F. SAVAGE For Nine Years in United States Land Office 1 GENERAL UNO PRACTICE Contests, Final promptly attended to Entries, Proofs, Plats and Abstracts a Office 1st N'tl Bank Bide;., liAX lUN, JN. M, DR. C. E, KELLEIl Dentist Over Dean's Bakery Ofllcc Fhone 10111 Claytoa COL. 3. A. SOWERS Aaetloaeer Write roa at Seneca or Phone me at Waaette for Dates. Commlsslca ono per cent Satisfaction Guaranteed i See G. c. sjhtii FOR REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE CONTEST CASES HANDLED EFFICIENTLY OllW-e in First Nat'l Bank Bldg. Attention, Homesteader All legal advertising in Ik is paper is read and oorrccted ac cording to copy. Read yur ad, and if an errar Í3 found how ever slight, notify us at me. XOTICF1 FOR I'tuLlCATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Clayton, N. M., August 6, 1017. Notice is hereby given that James on M...

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. — 8 September 1917

J m srnrrri cea i 1 Ojo CLAYTON'S BIGGEST STORE S1LA LOW PRICE MAKERS ALL NEW FOR MEN, BOYS, WOMEN AND CHILDREN THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF READY-TO-WEAR EVER CARRIED IN CLAYTON, YOU CAN FIND HERE. THE RIGHT PRICES, QUALITY AND STYLE. WE WILL GUARANTEE YOU THIS THAT WHAT YOU BUY WILL BE THIS SEASON'S GOODS. LADIES READY-TO-WEAR On the balcony at Otto-Johnsons, Ladies Suit, Coats, Dresses, Skirts, Corsets, Shoes and the same for girls. Ladies suits, all-wool . $12.50 up to $35 Ladies coats in (lush and wool $6.50 up to $45 Gossard Corset, Guaranted $2.00 up to $5.00 Shoes any color, any price $3.50 up to $12.50 ) MEN'S AND BOYS' DEPARTMENT Kirchbaum Clothes Guaranteed Guaranteed All-wool Gray Mixture Suits .... $16.50 Guaranteed All-wool Gray plaid Mixture Suits . . . $18.50 Blue Serge All-wool Suits $18.00 up to $30 Our Coats popular prices $10.00 up to $35 Everythings for Men and Boys ; . j SPECIAL Girls School Dresses Boys' School Suits John B. Stetson Hats UOSÜARD C'OnsETS (iunrnn...

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. — 15 September 1917

and liare levil Ilurlev : : devote to Till- NTEKiisr or (Mon ciTixHKsiur ,iav 77; irj-nw i.nM; or rim cotmwrrrt 1 1 UlUMK X. ( I.AYTOV, xi:w mf.xico, satihday. n kiiay. si:imi:miii:h i.- ioit. M M hi: it .is LATEST LIST OF MEN SELECTED FOR MILITARY SERVICE IN U. S. ABMY The following namwd young .men have been ordered to report for ser vice In the nrmy. Forty-one selected from the list of fifty-nine Will leave Clayton next Wednesday, the 19th Inst., for Fort lllley, Kansas. Notice to this effect hns been mailed to each of them. The lint follows: Order No. Name Hcd Ink No 23 Hiram H. Kobinett, 536 Clapham 3:2 F.rnost XV. Hammond, 107 Clayton 42 Clifford H. Henderson, 692 I.ogan lSVm. J. Doby, 1682 Kenton 47 Charlie G. Chadwlok 507 Clapham 50 John H. Hale, 1324 5'i John I. Lewis, 1066 Grande 57 George 1'. Hugger. 921 Amistad ,1k Jesse Jordan, 420 Soria CO II. C. Chisoon, 117S 62 iGeorge H. Brostmeyer, 433 I'asamonte 3 Samuel 1. Hunt, 1329 Les Moines j 1,7 Francisco Ornelas, 17u5 Moses...

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. — 15 September 1917

SIIBGE SEeiIIOü WITH ESLLET SAYS EHB1EST FATHER To th Kdltor of The Tribune. Sir: The mouth of sedition should be chut by a bullet. I'm not boiling with rage, Mr. Editor. I urn not even excited. The point la this my son, my only child, in prompt response to Ills country'! duly sounded call. Is today headed for the French trenches, there to be the target for German bullets. livery voice raised here at home, to discourage others from going: with him, they to Lack him and he to back them, nnd so to make their mighty work a success nt the least sacrifice to any, Increases the chance, already considerable, that he will never como back to his mother and me. I think that that voice ought to he stilled before he has been The Rrcat thing Is that until the world rids itself of nations organized Into beasts of ir y no man's homo Is worth building. Xo man's business Is worth pursuing No man's wiio or his cradled baby, gottinir a brcith of fresh air In the (strict In front of his house, I" snfe ...

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. — 15 September 1917

.3. I t's the truth that many houses that have established A REPUTATION are content to rest on this reputation long after the standard of the goods have fallen away - ,.' ",,, y - ' l.OI.W rilIP. I 10 1MH IS, IMIhlM TF.ll t IAMI'IO OK Till-: OUTJI- i WKST, AM) Till". MAN WHO lll-:TKl CALMS Ai CLAYTOX IX TUB i: ahi.v srui;. WRESTLING CHAMP vs FALLIS AT TII1Í MISSION THKATHE CLAYTON Monday, Iweiiuii Sept, 17th. Don't Fail To Sec The Chain nions In Action If"17 lit ;r -i hi S Not so with the Fairbanks Morse Engine which gives more than the rated horsepower. Not so with the Eclipse direct stroke windmill, the best when first built the best today. Not so with the Fairbanks Scale, remember the old max im, "If it is.weighed on a Fairbanks scale there is no argument." Not so with the Weber Wagon, the top notch or quality in all capacities. Not so with the Owens Thresher the machine that does not split the beans. Not so with the Deering Binder the best on the market. Look them over from top ...

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. — 15 September 1917

31c (Elaytmt Niuua Official Fae Tmwm Clayt". (Mflil ra f Calaa Oaaaty CHAS. r. ICTBIBI (HIGH) Miter, Owaer Pakllsaer URÜ tlULLIU rill VfiAB EalaTad Second Class matter Octo Mr II. I 0 1, at the postoSlea at Clayton, N. M., under tha Act of lUroh I, 1171. SATTRDAY, CEPTF.MDER IB, 117... American soldiers are not brave enough to engage In wholesale kill ing of babies ana defenseless wo tncn. Only the Hermans have devel oped so hlglan order of courage. German agenta In Russia have been quoting Senator La Follette'B speeches. These Fpcechea helped to produce t lie collapse of the Russian resistance on the eastern front They aided (lermany In taking the great seaport of Riga. They have Indeed furnished "aid and comfort to the enemy." 'When retribu tion overtakes this active Cennnh tifrent the Land of Lincoln will be a fit place to live. First Lieutenant William M. Fitz Eitamons, Medical Corps, United States Army, vas the officer killed when Her. raatt aviators dropped bombs upon American...

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. — 15 September 1917

í,e mí mm mi Jack Lcnhart, of Kenton, spent the week In Clayton. Jack Zurick, of Hayden, spent Fri day in Clayton. Joe Albertson, of Trinidad, spent Friday In Clayton.- J. E. Skelton, of Seneca, spent sever al days In Clayton this week. Mrs. Lou Chelf of Mt. Dora, spent Jlonday In Clayton on business. H. 1. Kiggs, of Grandvlew, N. M., was trading in Clayton Wednesday. Col. K. U. Jacobs, and his daughter, Mae, were in Clayton Wednesday. J. Walker resumed work at the Wherltt Market the first of the week. J. A. Winters left Thursday for a business trlpt o his Tld home, Ciinton, Okla. Wanted Girl for general housework. Mrs. G. G, Granville, No. 11 Madison Street. 3S-lt. OPENING OF THE GUY'S PUBLIC SCHOOLS Mrs. Joseph Weltzeiikoin of Phila delphia, Is the guest of Mrs. Simon Herzstein. Fred Owen, of the Service Oarage, made a business trip to Trinidad and Penver this week. Take that broken watch to Holds worth. He will repair it right. With City Drug Store. 3S-H. U. S. Wallace, the C and...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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