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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 6 October 1917

THE STATE HAS ' II VIST VALUATION OAT THE SOLDIER BOYS' OF UNCLE SAM EAT county, JcvIch, would Sunt Ve. Oct. 2. That New Mexico's 1517 valuation will reach' 1365,000,000, an Increnoe of over 35,O0O,O0O compar ed with t16, now appear probable. Ciraxliig lanil lncrce made hy the Ktate Tax CommlRHlon, and omitted property ordered on, have raised the valuation on the tax rolln to 34l,Bo. 901, and with the additional of 1,430, 766, fixed na the value of private car concerns, the total Is 1 34J.902.C 6S. To this sum Is still to be added any omit ted property found before the next meet ng of the commission, and the net product of mines, which will be deter mined at the end of the ar. The net mine product hi 191C was over ÍI7. 0"0,000, and it Im estimated it may reach $20,0110,01" thiB year. The ureatly Increased valuation make possible reductions In state, municipal and school district ao more fundí than needed result If cuts were not made. That It is u patriotic duty on the part of IcvIii...

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. — 6 October 1917

' " DIVISION OF SEG01 .CHEAPER SCABIES - LIBERTY LOAMi DIP APPROVED Washington, Hept. 29. Treasury of ficials tonight Hnnotuied the npporilon racnt of the second Liberty lonn Issue AmofiK the federal reserve districts Virtually two-third of tho loan la ex pected to he raised by tho New York, Boston. Cleveland und Chicago dis tricts. Apportionments Indicate only what each dlxtrirt is expected to do, and Jnay he entirely upset, as In the case of the first Liberty loan. In making the apportionments, officials used two bases of subscriptions, the minimum of 13,000,000,000 nnd an "expected a mount" of $5.O()0.P0U,0lHi. Apparently In offering: the lsi)f officials hope to realize a 000.000 response. Mere Is the apportionment. District Percent I tos t on . . 10 Fecond ÍS.000.- Nc York . 30 Philadelphia s Cleveland - - I" Richmond . . 4 Chicago. n K. l.ouis .. ... 4 Minneapolis 3 Kaiiss City . . 4 I "alias 2 S'tn Francisco 7 In each case, reads "the amount Minimum J3O0.0O0.0O0 900,000,000 :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. — 6 October 1917

Por la enmienda. PROPOSED TUX AMENDMENT IKK K JUIT Hl:ll,(ll (. 2. 'In (inriil Kerlloa 1 of Article till of tfct fttate ('Hlltutloit llelnllve to Taiatlon and Itevenue. He, It Iteiolved I. y the the Ntate of New M. Legl-datiire of xlro: ear pro. That It 1 hereby proponed to amend S. ctioti 1 of Article VIII of the State Constitution so an to read hk follows: Section 1. Taxes levied upon tanal l'le property hall be n proportion to the value thereof, ami tuxes eMail lie equal and uniform upon all subjects of taxation of the same olas.. No county, fit-, town. villano or school district shall In any .Mar make tax levlc which, will In the injun trate, produce an amount more than five per nit. In excels of the anioiiiit prod m id ny tax levies therein during t It preceding, except an herelnafte Vided In case tin amount desired to he produced hy tax levl.s m more than live pr cent greater than the amount produced In the year precediiiK. such fai t shall he net forth in the rorm of a specia...

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. — 6 October 1917

ln-ii-l l-:l. PAZ AIA Kl.liH, Rcglnteri BUSINESS jn r PROFESSIONAL Attention, Ilomestciider HILL URÜlHtRS COAL, ICE AND IfMSftR COlr.Füfíí TELEPHONE 58C Clayton, New Mexico THOS, F. SAVAGE For Nine States Years in United Land Oilice Ml legal advertising in this ii.ii-T is read and corrected c- n ing to copy. Read yeur xi, nid if an errar in found how- er iiirlit, notify us at once. 1TKK FOII I'lUilAnOS. -law GENERAL LAND FBACTICE i Entries, Contest., Final Proofs, l'lats and Abstracts promptly attended to Office 1st N'tl Dank Bide. LATON. N. M, 1 i DR. C. E. KELLER Dentist Over Dean's Bakery OIBce Fhose 101B Claytesi m - VI VIE LAND SELECTIONS. .11:1. ent of the Intorlor Vnlted .ne. I .a ml Office, Clayton, N. M., u.n 'J. 191?. i iv m hereby given that the ci New Mexico has applied to i t 1 1, .lor the provisions of the Acts of Jui. i' 21. 1 89S. and June 10, 1910, anil . ui'lemcntary and amendatory I,, ri iu the following public lands, to-w.t: Serll 025191 Lilt S143, SW 1-4 NE 1-4....

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. — 6 October 1917

OTTO CLAYTON'S BIGGEST STORE J1KM MTOPflMTiB? si f n rw i ii n m r i UIL& LOW PRICE MAKERS Headquarters For Union County For Ready-to-Wear r Ladies' and Misses9 Ready-to-Wear Department $15.00 COAT OR DRESS $15.00 SPECIALLY PRICED if Jl V Q Olí 4 i t it,-' I V 'A I 'IV . Special Suit HIGH LACE BOOTS FOR LADIES ANY COLOR TO MATcH SUIT Price $6, $8, $10 and $12 a- i a.. X "Y - . L MI 1 ' ' Copyright 1916. 1. B. Kir&chtKium Co Men's and Boys' Department Young Men's Suit or Overcoat; Guaranteed To Be All Wool $16.50 : SPECIAL ' : $16 50 HATS John B. Stetson HATS Edwin Ciapp Shoes For Men- The shoes that fits )i ths price that is right FAIR-WEEK HEADQUARTERS .. MODERN CONVENIENCES. . HARDWARE DEPARTMENT A Ford and Smith Form- Harvest Will Soon Be A-Tractor Over Hnkro a t.uurantred Truck, thai mill and jou III lie ready lo Drill taut rarrj a Ills Overland. Thou- Well. Do uol forget (hat we are prr- naada of the countr)' tint cMifriw. piirru to fll ou up with one at the his and lit...

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. — 13 October 1917

l' .... w-r. Take Warning-On and after Novembei 1st, Letters require a 3c. sterrp, Post Girds a ' .-.v.'í'Í;i' 2 'V A 1 iV nEX'OTHD TO THE INTE RUST OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDINti .OF THE COMMUNITY fcyj I B 1 1 - VOLI NK X. f.AYTOtt. NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, OCI'OUKH 13, 1IT. . ' v'. tff CSGRESSMAN WALTON MAY BE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR SENATOR IN NEXT ELECTION Washington. October 9. Whether or rot Congressman W. B. Walton will be in the race for the democratic nomina tion for Culled States senator next year wKI probably be determined one way or Ce other within the next few week. For three or four months pant Mr. Walton hiui been receiving almoHt dally letters from friends In every part of the state urging him to throw his hat In the ring. These letters have been of the mont flatterlg nature, compliment ing the congressman in the highest terms upon tho record for efficiency he ta.m made since he took office last March, and assuring him that he la the logical standard bearer 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. — 13 October 1917

d .'.i... . I ,'- ' ' J-.-v" i ONE MOTHER'S TRIBUTE TO HER COUNTRY 1 4 v .v,x tr 4 1 1 V j J5f I v ... . ' $ V, 1 r ,1 1 ' r Y: i: , Ai- 14 tef'r: Wñ 7 i 1 ,, I ii i-j ir nnn rr .niY-y-'rl """" liiiiliilfiiirnTiliniir i r A.: Jfr.JÍ'WUVllirfft rfJWtt'f iftfcdtói itffr-: .iXi 1 Kcfnjri'iülors being limit iu the streets nf ll.t.vniui.', .. .1., lu niei-t a iu1i i.nli'i' fruni 1 1 u- t,'.p eniiiient. ' Another contlnpent for !ener:il Ter.-sJiing's nriny iletiaiiiiiií,' somewhere In France. U Louis I'. Loehner, executive sccretnrV oí the organization oí ra('lfl(' thnt held n meetl-iir in rhirno under protection of Mnyor Thompson defitte tho orders of (íovernor Lowden. i. i,-,..v-, .... 1 - -r 1 ' I - , D V :i ! P& ' Xl" ' J tiii: mi vi r rrci-.i:n j We must make this loan a siuciss. We can make I a success. The fnilure Inf a sIhkIp íhsik' nf ( overa mili t IiihkIh 1 ould lie worn.- fur America than aj ' . I i . ; . r ni'!" th.- ti.-M f liattli. Wei thr t iocvraiiU'Ut has ln-n uritit...

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. — 13 October 1917

'-v r 'X NATION'S EYES Oil U. S. LIBERTY BOND THE SOUTHWEST What It Is and How It's Bought In f : n. ntion for Purcha-ers of Liberty Loa,n Dc v. Great Producing Territory Ex- pected to Subscribe to Its Full Quols of Liberty Bonds. Of the $2".OCO.GOe.C0O at Least $500,000,000 Will ba Spent in This District. State SoVlTlimePt's Payable In nt. pay ihW Kansas City, Mo, Juno. -The South west must play an important part in the Cie.it War Willi iis nmn and its money. ns patriotism in supplying men nlready has boon demonstrated. Its pat riot ism in furnishing dollars is to io judged by it responso in the Liberty Loan caTiiii:-.in. rrobably tl;o mo.-t. it tin., ful sec tion of the United Slat, s, ti..- seve.:i slates compi-h-im; the Teruti Federal Roecrve li'uik District, must raláa from 100 to 12 j million dollars as thoir subscription to tho Liberty Loan fund. But four or five times tho amount that is asked of tho Southwest will bo spent iu the same section for oil and mineral:!, grain, st...

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. — 13 October 1917

Far ilia beat farsa er ia ljr (fílaytmt Nrtuu O KM1 Fa Mr f Ttwi ! Claytea Oficial Paper f Halm Ovaartr CHAS. P. ICTHEMS (HIGII) Btttev, Owirr aa PaMlahrr ORB DOLLAR FEB TEAR Enterad Second Class matter Ooto Mr t. 111. at Urn póstame at darlo n. M M., under ta Act of VaM t, 1171. MWRDAYi IKTOBKH 1 M1V 4CvKVTOR Jl'itT M.BKPf In th current Irsntie of our highly hanored contemporary! dated "Thurs day, October 11. 191?. " the following In the opening statement to several col umna of ecstatic "bull" regarding the Satlth-Krrntt debate which hub held at New Home schoolhouse Friday ére nlas, eatemher 2N, 1017. Joit read what a real newspaper has ta say, and be kindly because It la or phaned. unedited and unowned: "The murli talked of debate be Iditii Senator O. C. Smith and (bounty Superintendent JL II. Er rett. took place laat Friday eve at New Home some ten or fifteen miles south of town." Now, what do you know nb'ut that? According to 'the dute of the paper arid th stated fuel of time, t...

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. — 13 October 1917

in and look lb tin ovar. I V.E HAVE HEARD THAT WHAT TRR OlJJIKn EAT O. W. Coulson purchaard a new Ford the pant wrrk. . Iiclfln Haplnoaa, pootmnoter t Mown, spnnt Saturday In Clayton. Clyde Koper went to Amarillo, Thurs day for a short visit with friends. Mr. C. D. Morrln left Wednesday for visit with friends at Folom. Hen Owen of Folsom, peni Tuesday and Wednesday In Clayton. Mrs. Ueo. M. Spurr of Trinidad, visiting her daughter. Miss Umn. la Mrs. D M. Salaxar of Trinidad, Is vis iting her daughter. Miss Margaret. - Attorney Joseph Oill attended to le gal business at Tucumcarl this week. W. 1'. I'arwon and son, of Moms, at tended to business In Clayton, Saturday Jack Zurick of the Clapham country, pent several days In the county sent this week. MK1ICO HAS TUB MOMHT Attorney o. I'. Kasterwood muda a busisess trip to Dea Moines the lust of the week. Mr. and Mrs. John Kins of Holae City, Oklahoma, spent several days this week visiting friends In Clayton. Mrs.Lou Chelf of Mt. Dora, spe...

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. — 13 October 1917

Mai e. j:';vo: un ' )' ' .nw v1 V '"'iwryt'ti mnmrn't' )mifcmni"w.wiir'tlT'nmrT3-i'.i. ii mu imuu m hiiiim ii m mi at.. ... , .... ;, ' ,..?.r-. , - i. -. ...i- . . ...t f . -" . .v . ... ...i -...i-J . LIBERTY BONDS ARE THE SAFEST Money Paid Out is Returned to You i; Full at tr.d of Staled Period PROPOSED TAX AMENDMENT II O I M-! JOINT UHXI.Ol TION .NO. 21. mrnd Sertlaa I of Article of the HtntV Constitution Ilelntlve to Tnxntloii nnd lleveniie. It Resolved by the Legislature i In- Stiitc of New Mexico: Greatest and Safest of all In- vcoliiicais; Co a Shrewd L'cncy 1 a k c r I'i'l yon riel H i.s IN' ;:r -i i.U'' la.j I buy dtv.i: . 1 .. you t in iVl Vr.ii ! . Ill 1 I H Mi ,i biipd'.' " and safe ' Ur. e.-,. -ii. , hol'd ,V. That it in In roby proposed ti amend Section 1 of Article VIII (if the State ' 'i n st i t ti t ion .in as tn read us follows: Section 1. Taxes levied uion tnni 1 1 - property shall he in proport ion to tlie value thereof, ami taxes shall he i "iu:il anil uniform...

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. — 13 October 1917

i r;i. ,! i.i.i : . I . l-'n. I Vim ' "i .-!. lol "' l. . . .. i., r.u i l;..i.i.Htcr a' il.ivlnn. X. .l.. on Ih r B USINÉSS .And r PROFESSIONAL I m HILL BROIHERS COill, ICE kM TRANSFER MiWM TELEPHONE S8C . Clayton, Aew Mexico i i . ki.i i.i.n Wi'iiliM ' v .-c I lean's Haki-r.v ". I'htmr I'llll (In. it. in l OI.. I. V. SOUF.HS A uctlouecr Write ido at Soiipc;'. ur I'lione mi' at Wani'Ua fir Pates. ('.(Miunissuiii n;io iit cent .Satisfaction (íuaranlcril Sec (.. ('.. SMITH .)!t itKAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE !..-! CASKS HANDLED Li ! ICIENTIA ' r ;.. : a .( .'i r.ank mag. I'.t Ml NiirtiniK-iT wor'. rii. ijpiirn "fill''0"'' tn y.ir i'V perlcnoi' in ' I vi ('.'.. I'iiv. nsl'.e ami M.MilnM im All work will In- upproci- t fl For riiakiiig lati-s ste r.aiiillf's Furniture Store. Tel phone 08. ' Yours lU'SpiCtifnlly. IOL GFOHC.E (OOIYKH Ml en I ion. liomcstratlrr Ul l('.ll 'lull el tlMILÍ ill tlllfl i - I ii 1 1" is rend mid corrected ao ding to copy. Head your ad, ui'l if an error i.i 1'i.iind...

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. — 13 October 1917

u 4 n CLAYTON'S BIGGEST STORE 0 OHNSON I ,1A JLL JLlJÜLu TTl 3 ÍL3 CO. LOW PRICE MAKERS PREPARDNESS IS OUR RULE y This is the reason we can Sell You Merchandise at the old prices and save you Money. We purchased before the big advance. This can be proven by buying at this Store. NOTICE OUR PRICES ON MERCHANDISE LADIES' SUITS A wonderful assortment of Women's Suits. We counted 1 00 Suits yesterday in our Suit Section, the work of the best suit makers in Ameiica. Prices the Lowest: $12.50, $15.00 up to $35.00 KISCHBAHM CLOTHES Appeals to Discriminating Drcsseis New Fall Models in the Store for Men-Prices that save you Money. Blue Serge Suits $12.50 up to $50.00 Mixed colors Suits Guaranteed " All Wool $16.50 LADIES' DRESSES Ladies' just to know that Clayton has a Store that carries such a large stock of Dresses, you should visit our Store and see for yourself. Prices: Aprons, 75c. Dresses: $1.00, $2.00, $5.00 up to $35.00. SHOES WW WW WWWwW MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN We guarantee to have...

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. — 20 October 1917

comed. , Take Warning-On and after November 2nd, Letters require a 3c. starrp, Post Cards a 2 W X. -3b XT i v. nEVOTEli TO THE INTEREST OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY U. TI H Jj 1 J VOLUME X. CLAYTOX, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, OITUMKR SO, 1IT NtlMBBR 4.1 CEIY PUN FOfl NEXT ARMY DRAFT BEING FORMULATED BY THE PROVOST MARSHAL AND WAR DEPARTMENT Washington, Oct. 18. A new compre hensive plan for applying: the army se lective draft which would take first ii(ly men without dependents and of no purtlcul.tr value to war Industries, and establish various grade 0 dependency finí) industrial value from Which future r.fts would be made strictly on the selective basis, has been worked out tentatively by the provost marshal gen eral's office and discussed with the president. The plan, It was learned to day, was submitted recently to a con ference of civilians who directed ex emption board activities in a number of states and receved the Indorsement of most of them who are now...

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. — 20 October 1917

waí;k or figijtiwg 'npturlnK American "Bammlen" ta a decidedly more lucrative occupation for the I'ruDxIan noldlers than fighting (or the fatherland. When the Kalnrr of fered a lionu of $75 to the flrnt mnn of hl force In France who captured an American nolilicr he llxed a xum that tepreiientii more than three year pay of n private In the Herman army. The pay given American noldlerH. compared with the pay of the British Tommy, the French Pollu, the Ttnllan Alpinl, the !erman Uoche, and the other fight ing men of Kuropc, teems handaome wages. The American aecond clans pri vate will receive (33 a month. The French imldier receives exactly J31.D0 less, or $1.50 a month. The Kusslan private Kcts 32 cents a month: the Auh-trla-IIuiiRarlun roopn are given 2 1-2 canta a day. nreat Ilrltlan allows her fighting men $7.60 a month at home with an additional allowance for er vice In France, Mesopotamia and other foreign territories. Italy ranks xccond In generosity, allowing a monthly min imum ...

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. — 20 October 1917

All EPITOME OF I LATE LIVE NEWS CONDENSED RECORD OP THE PROGRESS OF EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD. REGULATIONS FOR TRADIHGWITH ENEMY NEW ACT PUT INTO EFFECT AS WAR MOVE BY PRESIDENT'S PROCLAMATION. FROM ALL SOURCES SAYINGS, DOINGS, ACHIEVE MENT3, SUFFERINGS, HOPES AND FEARS OF MANKIND. Authority for Enforcement It Delegat ed to Several Government De partment and to the War Trade Boards. "Waatera Newspaper Union Ni Sarvlca. -ABOUT TEE WAR Mutiny occurred on board German I lattleships. j Fourteen British vessels sunk in a "week by mines and submarinos. Germany's war strength is breaking, according to statement of French high t commission. Vice Admiral vou Capelle, the Ger WnUrn Kcwrpaptr I'nloo Mti Service. Washington. President Wilson Monday issued the regulations for the trading with the enemy act. They constitute the most far-reaching con trol of every phase of Intercourse be tween the United States and the rest of the world. They give legal lorce to every move of the United States In ...

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. — 20 October 1917

3í GUagtMt Nrwn utMal rapo ( Tvm t OajMtM. OMd rayar f Ihdn Ctoemtr COAS. t rCTHKJU (HICTf ) E41tar. Owmi Pahltaaer OKI DOI re TIAB E tared as Second CSaaa matter Octo ber I(. 1MI. at tka peatoartc at CUytan, N. 11, under the Act ef arara I. H7I. The other night I went to the thC4:re With a conscienceless friend. Aad the orchestra played "Tha Little Brown Jug." And he thought It wm Tha National Anthem. And stood up. And I did, too Darn him! In a small squib in a certain dally we noticed that :it Thcrmopolia. Wy oming, an t. w. w. had been taken from the Jail und ridden on a rail, the mantera of ceremonies lowerlnflf him in front of each business house and compelling him tu kiss the American IluK and Kite three chcrra for the I". H. A. After the ceremonies, a rope wan put around his neck and he was Beared Into tclliiiK of nil I in? i. w. w'h. In town. Some prOTed to bo employes or the bin business concerns of the place. TIiIh la mlKhhr nood medi cine for members of the "I Won' Work''...

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. — 20 October 1917

.. .... v;e uve rearo that - - i County School Superintendent Er ret returned ' Baturdny from a Ave days business trip to Ranta Ke. ' Mrs. Temple, who Uves neur Tex line, wag in Clayton Friday making preparation for proof on her home Ktead. S. J. Mill, the popular and efficient "night man" of the Pioneer Auto Co., left last Monday by auto to visit rel ative and friends at his former home In RurllnRame, Kansas.. Senator U. C. Smith In spcndlnic his vacation "ttomewhere in the Moun tains," heavily armed, and with pro visions fot a twenty day stay. He's my nuniing aeer uot republican!. 1 ,' 1'Ol'R MONK Y OR YOl'R LIBKHTY ; This writing Is for YOU", and YOU the laboring man, the farmer, the busi ness man, the capitalist. The country nnd the form of overn ment which makes possible your pleas ant, comfortable home, your free and untrammcled life. Is fn imminent dan ger. ' Are you bo dead and unmindful to all that is transpiring In the world, that you do not realize the awful portent of th...

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. — 20 October 1917

CROPS III HEW MEXICO BIO INCREASE IN YIELD FORE CAST IN OCTOBER REPORT. 1HI UK JOItT KKMI.Ot TIO 0. 34. Corn Production Placed at 8,590,000 Bushels, Compared with 2,625,000 Bushels Last Year. NtWil.al"-! l'lliu tl 131:1 llul. Sania Fu - A summary ol the Oc tober crop report for the State of New Mexico and for the United States, as compiled by the Bureau of Crop list! mates (and transmitted through the Wcatbor Uureau), U. S. Deportment of Agriculture, Is as follows: c"n. urtsiiKijj. New Cnited Crop, Mexh.-o States. Out. 1 forct !.. . S,'!I0,UUU a.210,OOU.OOO l'roduetlon 1 a 8 t yar, i.c. rst..:,t;ac.oo(i ::.' s::,2ii,oou AIJj V I HC AT. liFSHrJUS. I'-i liminary est. . 2,il0,W('O Kiti.OOO.nOO I'roduetion last year. Dec est. . 1.104, One ;iitvG0c0 OATS, liUMIF.Lri. Preliminary e st. . 2.010, 0"t J.r.vn.iiiin.ooO I'rodoetmn last year, p.-c. est. . I .S.".8.f0U 1 .l!.". 1.0:'2.00 HAItUKY, Ul'tdiKI.S Preliminary est L'dZ.noo.OOU Production Inn I y nr. Iter. M 1 1 SO. C", 000 POTATOES. UUS...

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. — 20 October 1917

NOTICIE FOB ITBLICATIO. I'ini- l.i. nil of Ktphait. X M.. and Ju'.in Kriza i. of i ;laiiston X. M. .2-l-2. PAZ VAI.Vi;UIK. Keisti-r. luilii f lolention In m;iki- Thi-,. Ve:ir BUSINESS Jnd r ! PROFESSIONAL' COAL, ice m I HILL BRO IHERS TRANSFER GON.FANY TELEPHONE S8C Clayton, New Mexico Atu-ntion, llomestrudfT U It-gal ikIvhi livinu in litis p.iler is read and corrected m .rding to copy. Read yrar aet, mil if an error is found how- vt s'ieht, notify us at once. Any persons claiming; adversely the 1-4, P. 1-Í SE. 1-4, Section IS, NE. 1-4. above-described land are advised to file I NE. 1-4 NV. 1-4. Hctlon 10. Township their d.klrnn, or objections, on or before rj K.. Hanne 32 K.. N. M. I". Meridian, the time designated for sala. has tiled notice of Intention to make l-tl-ll-3. PAZ VALVERDU Resister. Three Year Proof, to establish claim mt. :. k. kki.i Fit Dt-ntist tivrr I 'can's Hakery liniri Ptiiar lllin Clay tea ( OL. J. A. SOWERS I Auctioneer Writ lue at Seneca or Phone rue at Wanet...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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