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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 September 1917

mi:( ii (iii:h amkiwca OI.DIKH4 IIK.HIH ni.F, I.IKUS Amrrlc.in Klrlil, Iealiuarters, France fcejx. 1 2, . Mot lii-m nml iothearts at honi" inicia n well not auk the boy over hrrc when they expect RO Into the trenches ( The boM tliemiiolvi flon't know vlien they wiil move up. Mot likely they will not know ninn- than a few . ilayn b foie they entrain for the front. Win 11 it liiii enouKh forre lian heen tquippej nml trained and the Amer ican t omiminlt Mtloiis are woikinr when all the hiif preliminary tasks have been uo omplinhrd. the residents of these pretty little French town?, ncfctllnti i.tnontf picturesque valleys, will fay a eorrowful jforl-l-ye to the HOldlcrs from over-scan nml priy for their victory In the trenchca. Until that day the boys have a pro Kram of gruelling work drills, dls Klng', tunncry and bombing. Army tafflcers have now complet ed a survey for miles around this place, marking the billets for troops which wll move up to the main training area. Any building tha...

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. — 15 September 1917

V. S. Land S..t. Ith. BUSINESS Jnd j PROFESSIONAL, HILL BROTHERS COAL, ICE AND TRANSFER COMPANY . TFIFPHDNF SBC Clayton, New Mexico Jfc j THOS. F. SAVAGE For Nine Years in United ! States Land Office ' j GENERAL LAND PRACTICE Entries, Contests, Final Proofs, Plats and Abstracts promptly attended to Office 1st N'tl Bank Bid., LAYTON. N..M, DR. C. E. KCLI.EIt Dentist Over Dean's Bakery omce rhone 10H1 Claytos I COL. 3. A. SOWERS Auctioneer Write roo at Seneca or Phone me at Wánette for Dates. Commission oao per cent . Satisfaction Guaranteed Mm it - m I I I See g. c. smni FOR REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE CONTEST CASES HANDLED EFFICIENTLY Office in First Nafl Bank Bldfl. For All Auctioneer work - Col. Georoe Goouyear 30 years experience in Livft Stock, Townsite and Merchan dise. All work will be appreci ated. For making dates see Caudle's Furniture Store. Tel ephone 98. Yours Respectifully, COL GEORGE GOODYEAR COL. E. U. JACOBS Auctioneer MOST EXPERIENCED IN UN- ION COUNTY J Satisfaction ...

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. — 15 September 1917

L llnllMl MÍO W till xiUHA NJtU'A M AVlilílU.LJl WKM M Jl CLAYTON'S BIGGEST STORE "Tí ti all LOW PRICE MAKERS U all if NEW GOODS ON EVERY EXPRESS WE HAVE SOMETHING NEW FOR YOU? New Fall Line of Royal Society Patterns rr-'i J t :. U" Ml i ,v-: ; : vvr," 1 ma GOSSARD AND KABO CORSETS Special attention given to fitting Corsets. Let Miss Virgie Townsen fit your Corsets and your troubles will be over. PRICES: S2.00, 3.00, $3 50 up to 10.00 SPECIAL PRICES ON READY-TO-WEAR This season as we are now opening up a ready-to-wear in all lines for Men, Wo men and Children Fl UST TIME. You have, had the opportunity of shopping in Clayton and to bo nbje to find what you in Keady-to-Wear. Ve have it and at the right price. - - - - n SUITS FOR LADIES AND MEN Guaranteed to fit you. Guaranteed to satisfy you. Guaranteed to be what we say. You guarantee to us by buying and we will guarantee the rest to you. Suits $10.00, $12.50, $15.00 $20.00 up to $45.00 School Clothes for Girls and Boys. Special noti...

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. — 22 September 1917

Make Preparations to Attend the County Fair Octobsr 10, and 12, : : tr7 7 ' TT , mmm -1 Ml? DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OF GOOD CTZENSHP ANO THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY j ímJa Y v :.. . - OtATTOJf. IVBW WiXIOO, ItTCRDtr, HfTKHM 31, 1MT. 1IMBUH FG3IHKREE UNlQH CflUNIY BOYS LEFT WEDNESDAY 19ÍH, FOR CÍSJP FUfISTOÜ, KANSAS V SMITH ME1E1T DEBATE SEPTEMBER 28TH Forty-three of Union county's best young men from every walk of life, full of vigor. ufs an(j ov for their country, left Wednesday noon for Camp Funston, Kansas, to serve their Father Sam during this time of his greatest need Kvery business house In the rlty cloned at 11:30 and remained closed until the departure of the train car rying our third quota of precious young manhood. Hundreds of people attended the leave taking and wished the boys success and a safe return.J following is a correct list of those who departed W'edueday to fight for honor of their country, the safety and liberty of their loved ones, and for the principle of...

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. — 22 September 1917

IXrOBMATIOR CIVBK Editor Clarta Kawa:- Kom tlm sine thara appeared In year paper aa art lela, the title, "la formation Wanted." bj Mr. F. C. Har wood. and ai it would aeera that he la laboring under aoma delusion, and lest aa injustice be . done the poet Master. A. W. Tanner. 1 ahall endeavor ta Klve tbe facta aa they are. Some oí tbe people had requented Mr. Tanner to formulay and have circulated a petition (or eiemptlon In order that Or. Taylor mlKht be left In tbe community alnce there la no other good doctor within reasonable reach of the people. Appearantly ' Mr. Harwond haa overlooked the fact that oura la a aelectlve draft, which ancana that a man ahould be left where be la needed the moat, ne well aa aent where the need la erreat. and that the Conversation of humm life la of quite aa much Importance at home aa at the battle front. And what man would feel aa much like going to the front If there were no doctor within rfsch of hie family? Moreover, none of us wbo bad our names...

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. — 22 September 1917

OBITUARY -4 P. K. TAYLOR DB4D I'. K. Taylor of near Harney, an honored and respected cltlsen or Union county, died at Run Itnphael lioxlt.l. at Trinidad, Colorado, at So'clocK last Sunday, the 16th Inat. The body was shipped id Texllne, Texas, Tuesday, and Interned In the Texllne cemetery that .afternoon, many friends from Clayton and the Sedan community attending .Mr. Taylor was an excellent citizen ami loved and respetced liy nil his friend and acquaintances Mr. Taylor was 67 years of age, hat ing heen born at Lancaater. Texas, In 1851. He was the son of Col. Ties Nancy Hailing Taylor, native of Illinois His father was n pioneer American-in Texas, and lived there under three flans the Mexican, Republic of Texas. nnd the Stars and Stripes. Air. Tay lor's early days were spent in Stevens county, Texas, and he has since lived in Indinn Territory, WyomlriK and New Mexico. The deceased Is surviv ed ly his wife, five sons, and two daughters. Two sons. Joel Taylor, now In Wyoming, and Th...

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. — 22 September 1917

(Elayton NruiB Official Pas Twa OaytM. al Pape at tjalra CMnty cha, r. ivTHcu hjgh) mmtav, Owiti mat raMsakav Bntsrsd aa Second Claaa mattar Octe bar St. 10, at tba postofflca at CUrtos, N. VL, under tns Act of March I. 117. ATI RDAV, (tEPTFMBEil 32, 1D1T CHAMP CLARK'S MASTERPIECE "Champ" Clark believes there isn't a romance as thrilling r. American , history. J Into a brief address he has gathered certain uf the most breathless moments of that history and because the Hon. Joseph llUHsell. member of congress of Missouri, had the wisdom to ask that tht speech he published In the congression al The News is .ible to pans the high sentiments and burning thoUKhtH along to Its readers. "It Is a great, a glorious thing to be an Amcrlcun citizen greater than it was to be n Roman citizen when Koine adorned royal could enter the Dardanelles. This made Admlarl Farra gut's Tennes-; ses fighting blood boll, and he prompt ly aent this message to the eultan, 'I have on board my ship 709 American c...

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. — 22 September 1917

f .X. RtHET, BALLOT' BOOTH t y.1 to bk vnr.o first TIMES IX NOVEMBER Booths for eerrel balloting will bé used In New Mexico for th first lime at the election on the "dry" nnd other proposed constitutional amendment on November 6. General provisions for secret balloting are contained In the Australian bnllot law passed at the regular session of the laot legislature, nnd Chapter IT of the law of that ses sion makes special provision for booths and a secret ballet at the November election, it Is provided that the booths must be supplied by the county commissioners of each county, nnd that In each precinct there shall be one for every 100 votes cast at the last election One of the proposed constitutional amendments to be voted upon is the "dry" amendment, another provides for the creation of the Ninth judicial dis trict and the other provides that no county, city, town, village or school rtlsrict shall make levies in any one year thut will produce, in the .txi;re tate. more than 5 per c...

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. — 22 September 1917

SHOWING KING GEGRSE NEW WAYS OF ATTACK hi s ftr t. tirare One Borrell Mar, weight about 1000. pound. Urge blifi In face, and other brande very gentle disposition. Strayed from my ranctt one mile north and four miles weit of Sedan, N. M., about one month aro. Liberal reward 'fill be paid for a fry information. M. L. BotII, Sedan, N.'W. or Clayton Newi office. J-if. Clayton, N. M. Plenty of meney to loan fin farm and ranohee. Lona; time; good "prlvl legea 3. A. Winter. Clayton. N. 1C Fer the beat tana ar met la Union county, see J. Winter, 1 . ...c in i iaiii' In" was rii ili-inunstrátloii of now meth od of al tuck. Till' ii1iuIokthiIi shows the stMl ht-liuvt lit1 wore Ht the froQt ll(ukl tire attucU uiude for his benefit. At Um rigtit la his majesty In PARSON DRAY, TRANSFER And Trade Stable ' Located fust North of City Office iuilJiug For Quick ami Satisfactory Dray or Transfer Servi Call Phone 188 B CJood Stock Always Heady tor Sale at the llight Price. We'll Trade With You. g R. H....

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 22 September 1917

They meet at this nl.ice evel-v ve:ir BUSINESS Jlá w . PROFESSIONAL HILL BROTHERS g VJÍ, ICE CCSPIXT : itur;zt .sc Clayton, New Uezico i , . -; j THUS. F. SAVAGE j For Nine Years in United . States Land Office ! GEEEML UHD PRACTICE i m Entries, Contests, Final Proofs, Flats and Abstracts promptly attended to Office 1st N'tl Bank Bids.. LAYTON. N. M. DR. C. E. KELLER Dentist ' Over Dean's Bakery OHM rc 11 Claytom . '""""""""""""i i COL. I. A. SOWERS yf ludnttr me at Wanette for Dates. Commission one per cent Satisfaction Guaranteed B I I.... ...... .-.""""' 1? I ii.n UK AT. ESTATE AN See G. C SMITH 7 INSURANCE CONTEST CASES HANDLED EFFICIENTLY Offlte in First Nat'l Bank Bldfj. For All Auctioneer work CoL George Goadysar 30 years experience in Liva Stock, Townsite and Mercnan dise. All work will be appreci ated. For making dates sea Caudle's Furniture Store. Tel- Yours Reepectifully, N COL GEUHliK uuuuiwn S:: COL, E. U. JACOBS Auctioneer S MOST EXPERIENCED IN UN ION COUNTY Satisfactio...

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. — 22 September 1917

OTTO mm mm mm fifTTI I """fflJt?1! 3 CLAYTON'S BIGGEST STORE LOW PRICE MAKERS New Goods for Men, Women and Children on Every Express ft LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR DEPT. Complete In Every Manner We have the goods and are now ready to show them to you with pleasure and ease- LADIES' SUITS, COATS, SKIRTS, WAISTS and CORSETS, Gossard and Kabo. Ladies' Suits specially priced . . $10.00 up to $45.00 Ladies' Coats specially priced . $10.00 up to $45.00 Ladies' Waists it is a pleasure for you to see . . $ 1.25 up to $8.50 Ladies' Skirts, any color and size, $2.50 up to 12 50 Special Attention Given To Clothing school dresses, $1.00 up to $5.00 MEN'S AND BOYS' DEPARTMENT The largest and only complete line of Men's and Boys' Goods every called in Clayton. Anything you may call for in Men's and Boys' Ready-to-Wear we have it. All Wool Blue Serge Suit . . . $15.00 John B. Stetson Hat . . . 4.00 Men's Union Suit, size 34 to 46 1.00 Men's Dress Shirt with or without collar . 1.00 Men's Shoes, all leat...

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. — 29 September 1917

took Hit rasel by Mosquero It. I'eatherage, Guy Make Preparations to Attend the County Fair Octobsr 1 0, f I and 12. 4" a MMM' xxmMm : MlK- i DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING qF THE COMMUNITY Ires' VOLUME X. CLATOX, TTEW MEXICO, SATTODAY, St.rTKMBKB 29. 11T. S"ITH ÍND ERRETT WRDFEST W NEW HOME INTERESTS LÍESE KGIEECE OF CITIZENS : The "Still Small Voice" of the "Sacred lots. State Institution" commonly known as the State Land Office, was heard In our midst last evening for the first time In the history of our county with Issues Smith form which they State ..anil mi n to debate n.s t"i have wheh to lny out ,-hich luí proposed lrgis land!) wo I not Fe.Mr. fifty-five office it nd to tfll legislation whs a bonded to tor the the full In the Smith stated when the wind hlew from Santa re and furnished Mr. H. II. Errett. our County School Superintendent n ready made rebuttal of the .-..lied hv State Senator O. C. iiliout the said institution. The lusiie was dis...

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. — 29 September 1917

lectura hav been Mat to war Kin.AIKft WAKBHOISK ACT houseman all over the country by the Bureau of Markets. United States De partment of Agriculture, eiplalnlnit the purposes of the warehouse act of August It. 117, and asking If the warehouses would car , to become licensed under the act. The purpose of the art, as explain d by the department. Is to establish a form of arehouse receipts that will be readily nerotlable as delivery orders or collateral for loans, and therefore f definite help In financing. By licensing and bonding warehousemen storing; cotton, grain, flaxseed, tobacco and wool the act alms to insure the Integrity of tbeir receipts and to make these reclpta reliable evidence of the condition quality, quantity, and owner ship of the products. Thus, If a farm er takes his products to a licensed -warehouse the receipt for bis crop there stored become! at one negoti able paper without his having to wait for returns until the crop Is actually sold, or without forcing him to...

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. — 29 September 1917

la mitas im tala IMvUdM FÜ0BI3S TO f,!EET III . SMI FE, OCTOBER 4TH Hanta Fe, S. M., Sept. Í7. What prom ises to be the most Imper-tant event In the campaign for state-wide prohi bition In New Mexico la the mooting of the State Council of Prohibition Worke at thin placo. October 4th. The council will be made up of pro hibitionist, attending from various sections of New Mexico, and the pur pom la to form an invincible line-up for the last month'g drive of the cam paign to carry the prohibition amend ment at the election to be held oo November ith. An Important feature of the meet ing; la to bo the pre tace of boom men and women of national reputation' .uaoog whom are Gov. J. Fran It Hau ley of I odian, and Mia Aan Qerdon, President of the National W. C. T. U. Tbeoo aoted prohibiten geealtar are to deliver a4drs that aro calculated to h a euro of bel to the varies .lUitrfct u4 tata worker who wiU be assembled, at Kaota FV. Eeery oae Interested la tue omt uxnt for state -wide prohibiti...

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. — 29 September 1917

5 (UlaytoniiruiB t"laáal raaa ! Tnri ! CUytceat. OOMeta Pas of train Omtr CHAS. r. ICTEMI (HIGH) BeSter, Owt u PaMlaaer ' ONU UULUH tli.H iüLÁJ nrLr BMirtl as Second Class matter Oet bar 1. l0, at th. postofflo. at Clayton. N. M.. ander tha Act of March I. 1111. x MnHDAY, DEPTBVBER 2ft, 1017 -X- I'olvH in shefp's clothing ir very rare nowadays. ft's too expenalve. Although you never saw a frurple coV," yoa have seen blue milk, haven't yon : ', . ' .t Y t does stem that eggs at present prices ought at least to be silvei-Iltted. V ' In Harbour county. West ViiKinii, thfe draft KMimlnrm have found a yoking man with two hearts. That ltt,'all rtifht; what holds the nation I yotiriK men without any. (temían soldiers are building u lAldse over the Itlver A a. '".lad we .iniv have to. write it, fur these Kusslan names nr either too simple or too complicat ed to pronunoe. man Imperad council and the hearten ing of our war allies. Whatever takes ' placa In any part of tha world no w la of vit...

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. — 29 September 1917

TKMrKRANCK RALLY ntOORAM I 'r 0(5 ram for Union Temperance Ral ly to be held (it the Baptist Church Hunday evening. October Int. at 7:30 o'clock, under the Auspices of the W. O. T. IT. ' Bon "AH Hall the Power of Jenim Name." Congregation. Hong; "Battle Hymn of the Republic." Congregation. Bcrlpture Reading by the president, Mr. Cnderwood N J'rayer Rev. Hickman. Story of the Crunade Mr. F. I. Ora- ham. Iuett "Home Glad Day." Mrxd:imeit Rlxey and Taylor. AddreiiB-Rev. J. B. Taylor. Hong "Onward ChrlMlnn Soldiers. Congregation. Reading Miss Bggleston. Kolo Mrs. J. C. Chamberlain Address H. Errstt County Super intendent of . School. Announcements. Song "America" BerajdltOlon Rev. Taylor. ' , .Every body Is Invited to come and bring their friends. WHO KAIL TO RK.roUT FOR KXAMlXA'llOV The following notice ha lirrn xpnt out to all local boards: ' ' Under the rules and regula tions, men who fail to. report for physical examlnatlbn are directed by the adjutant , general to report to the loc...

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. — 29 September 1917

the por in it for unparal and ud- PEOPLE OF FOREIGN EIRTH A5EE UBSED TO SUPPORT 0. S. IN WAR XCK OK TAH"TIO -taertrae CIMiwukl la Set Cloak ta Wars la fair Wntkrr, a a Krkir4 far Aaetber Orne la TI at Mtarai Hnrrisuurir. iu., Sept. i. Mpeuking today before the Harrisonburg Cham ber of Ooinmerre. Otto If. Kiibn. a 0r mnn New York banker said In part: "I speak a oee who baa a lh spirit of tha Prussian gavereUic; class at work (rom cloae by, having at Ita Heposal and uslnc to tba full praetl--ially rr ocy (or moulds.; tba public miad. "f have watched it precead wMh re intles persistency s-od profound cun ólo to Instill Into tba nation tha de moniacal ebaesaloa of power-worship and world-domtnku. to modify ud pervert tba mentality, Indeed the vary "arman people a paopta which until talad, corrupted and systematically poisoned by tba Prueelan ruling catata, waa and deaerved to ba an honored, valued and welcome member of tha family of nation. ' "I have bated and loathed that ipirlt ver In...

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. — 29 September 1917

nvsimss ju r L profbssíonaL KILL BROTHERS tix, ice isa mm cospiiT lumzzi sic Ciaytea, Ne Mexico I THOS. F. SAVAGE 3 For Nine Years in United States Land Office i'OCBÜL USD PRACTICE Entriee, Contents, Final ' Proofs, I'lats and Abstracts J promptly attended to Office 1st N il Hank Hldjr., .LAVJON. N. M, DR. C E. KRLLEK Dentist Over Dean's Bakery Be Pheac 11 B Clajtoa mm I I ( Auctioneer ! Write io at Seneca or Phone me at Wanette for Dates. Commission one per cent Satisfaction Guaranteed laBaaaaH(asaaaisaaBiaaai Ir-----""""""""""""""""' See COL. J. A. SOWERS G. C. SMITH HEAL ESTATE INSURANCE AND a Mm ' CONTEST CASES HANDLED i EFFICIENTLY Mitre in First NatT Bank Bldfi. ! 7 """""" For All Auctioneer work CoL George Goodyear years experience in Liva tUeck. Townsite and Merchan dise. Alt work will be appreci ated. For making dates see Caudle's Furniture Store. Tel ephone 99. Yours Respeclifully. COL GEORGE GOODYEAR COL. E. V. JACOBS Auctioneer MUST EXPERIENCED IN UN ION COUNTY Satisfact...

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. — 29 September 1917

VWSf '-(.f' " S Y -i ml JUL áJb WORM lVlllLjll,Mjrill 11 liiLs lñ ir CLAYTON'S BIGGEST STORE low price Makers COLD WEATHER IS HERE, x WE HAVE THE GOODS TO KEEP YOU WARM MEN'S WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S WINTER CLOTHES it n Boys' and Men's Department MEN'S SUITS SS.00. $10.00, $12.50 up to $13.00 MEN'S OVERCOATS S7.50, $10.0(1. S 12.50 un lo Si 5.01) MEN'S MEXICAN COATS si.no up to sis.oo SHEEP LINED COATS $(.00 up to $12.50 MEN'S SWEATERS $1.50 up to S12.50 MEN'S UNION SUITS-The Best SI.OO, $1.5(1. $2.00. s:i.5ü mil S5.II0 Boys' and Men's Headquarters mm W J 1. t JlV :i ' ..1 m- ..t .!. The Edwin Clapp Army Shoes For men already called For men may be called -AIND- For men who we hope will never be called. KIRSCHBAUM CLOTHES I-VI' MKM WK CA FIT YOI'. SHOUT AMI BTIBY MFN! WK A. KIT OX IHCi AND TALI- MKM WK CAS FIT YOI'. SI, I M AM) TAI.I. MKN! 'K CAS FIT YOI". K FIT TIIFM f Ju ft Vi I M 'J mi v.- TT t 3U" ,'4é, Covr! 1 FWli í Heating Stoves Majestic Ranges, Cook Stoves Majestic Ranges Vfc ...

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. — 6 October 1917

Make Preparations to Attend the County Fair October 10, 1 1 and 12. y : T I DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OF CaX1 CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUl L DING , OF THE COM&fUNfTY V,. AITflYl 1 . , i - j t n i YOI.VMI3 X. CLAYTON, ÜEW MEXICO, SATVRDAY, OCTOIII'.ll 8. 117 v - NVUBEIl 41. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE REDUCED RATES ON C. & S. R. R. AND ATTEND THE BIG UNION COUNTY FAIR OCTOBER 10, 11 AND 12 REPUDIATED BUNCH DETERMINED TO WRECK COMMON JUSTICE IN EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT On nnolher page of this Issue will In- found the proposed constitutional amendment to make a change in the eighth judical district of New Mexico. We hope Hint every render -of thU paper will read It closely and study It carefully. If you do no you may discover the sinister purposes behind the proposal. It 1 a machine gerry mander pure and Himple, and the intent i lo'rid the eighth Judicial district of Al. F.HUK POl.NTF.II RKAP- I'pon the recommeudallolii of the Secretary of the Interior. President Wilson on September 29th,...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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