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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 20 October 1917

u OTTO CLAYTON'S BIGGEST STORE mm DfT irii IV MM HlllLaiLi (DO LOW PRICE MAKERS READY-TO-WEAR HEN WOMEN & CHUÑEN READY-TO-WEAR. Ladies' Ready -to -Wear l IT PHK, lltKKN, SKHI.I., II. K llltDNSKS. TltKKT IIIIKSSKS. IIOl SV. IIRKNSK, lUO.N4, ... KIMONAS. I.ADIKS COAT. 12.04) TO I."..(K1 -'.o to ur.on SM',0 TO ÍX-..00 2..0 TO 13.00 Mt.OO TO 2.M) ... SOc TO 1.00 . 1.00 TO f 12-.0 HJiO TO 4.1.00 Misses' and Children IIMS SI ITS, HMt TO 3O.0O MISSKS COAT. . . 9.V0O TO 13.00 MISMKS IIHKSSKS, . 2J0 TO I2.0O IIII.IIKNS COATS. 2M TO 7.60 ciiii.niti:s mu:ssi:s, .. rse to w.oo IIII.IIKKNS SWKATKRS, 7r TO Í2.T5 KMT CAP. C'HILUHK.NS, 35c TO IJS5 1 Men's Ready-to-Wear SIITS. KIO.OO TO 3.100 l-.IU OATS. 10.00 TO 3.V0O MCIAW COATS, .00 TO IS.IK) Jll H. STKTSOV HATS. I.SO o VJJUi CAPS, I.rathrr and loth, 1.00 to .1.00 IMOSl IT. ilr7, 1.O0 TO 3.00 MI1KTS, Irr or Work. Hfte TO R.OO - F.M ICH., . . 1 -l TO 12-rf Boys' Ready-to-Wear. COHUl'HOl SI ITS, .. .VOO TO NJ-.O IIOVS St'lTW. 2JMt TO 2.341 OVKH...

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. — 27 October 1917

S.:l) TRAMPERO! , I" h'.' 1 . .. . I Take Warning-On and after Novembei 2nd, Lettets; require a 3c. starrp, Pest Cards a 2 J : DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY 'Wv VOLIME X. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, OCT O HER 2T. 117. NVMUKH 44. A 11 l V CLAYTON FOLK SDBSCBIBE LIBERALLY TO SECOND HIGH SCHOOL LIBERTY LOAN-SOME SUSPICION OF SLACKERS STUDENTS HELP SELL THE LIBERTY B03DS Clayton experienced a big thrill and tremenduous wave of patriotism Wednesday, the day designated by President Wilson for the nation to get together and push the slo of Liberty Bond of the Second Loan. School was dismissed at noon of that day and tbout thirty-five automobiles took the children, with nearly fifty more auto mobiles In a parade throughout the town, all the cars carrying nrtlstlc and unique posters urging people to pur chase Liberty Bonds, finally ending the procession at the Mission Theatre, where various speakers made patriot-it- speeches In behalf of t...

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. — 27 October 1917

llawatnr tnatoi ef BMrt ef Cm 4 4X alaaliwn tTal-"! Cmm tr, Wew Véale. UfM Monear. Ortmtrw Int. MIT. rr.::i a gozissioii EES' feqceec;::gs The Uoard met at o'clock, a. ni. Present the Hon. II. G. Magruder. and non. J, Andrea Pacheco, the Hon. T. J. Hdmondson being abecnt; therefore the Hon. IL O. Magruder was selected to act aa Chairman pro tern, and Juan J. Dnran, Clerk. Cornea now Hugh B. Woodward, Ksq.. aa attorney for W. O. Clapper, and ob ecta to the approval of the Road Ke port Nlg-ned by John Cook, II. G. Cox, and C. U Miller, heretofore appointed aa viewer to view the following- des crtbed and proposed road: Commencing at the SK. corner of Sec It, and thence north one mile be tween section Zl and 24 alona: the section line to the NK. corner of (Sec tion 83, In Township 23 N R , 36 East.; and the Court after having read Raid objection and remonstrance to sa4d road and bclnir otherwise fully advised therein ; it la therefore Ordered that the paid report be. and la hereby taken...

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. — 27 October 1917

MOLE FOOTBALL TEA.' ESES INTO SERVICE Albuqrrque. Oct. 26. In It con tribution to tho nation in the war rlsl, the I'nlverelty of New Mexico r.as won the right to a place In the iron! rank of sacrifice. Among other -:.!) made on both faculty and stu nt. opening of football practice ha disclosed that tweWe of last year! v.irsity football aquad are now in act je service. Threo of last year's vet trans are registered on the football honor roll as being "somewhere In France." Thre mors are In active sevlco in the navy, also "somewhere." Of the rest two are In artillery train ing campe, three In Infantry camps, and the sixth (a learning to pilot an army flying machine. It was the best aggregation New Mexico had ever as-w-nblod on thn football UeUI. and In- iiirerf by a tlrslre to uphold tho ro ord thran men would have made had ihry rini.iln.-d in college, this year's eijtiari of football recruits, largely l'nwn from hlRh school, are working a no squad of freshmen over worked btfoptf to pe...

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. — 27 October 1917

Elt (Elaytmt Ncnm Astal Pas at Tvwa af CTaya. Mhl rapes ( Hal Oaaust- ClIAt. P. ItmiEU (HIGH) B4l.r. Otnif mmé PaMUkcr OKB DOLLAK FEB TC1E Batered as Second Class matter Oete bar It. 10. st ths postofflee St Ciar ton, N. 1L. under tha Act of March I, 1171. ATI RnV. OCTOBER ST, 117 Valley spent several days gossiping with friends around, town this week. Frank Deck nor, the Bean King of the dry land farmers of Union County, paid us a visit Friday. ('apt. J. K. Keown of Amarillo, Tex an, spent the week In Clayton on business. Mrs. V. l. Sanders and her mother left In the car for Waxahnchle, Texas Sunlny. to visit relatives. - N. A. Nachtrleb of Hayden spent a few days In Clayton on business. Mis l.ollta WlKins of Kenton, la vis iting her grandmother. Mrs. Hnrnh Kvnns. MMIMCEMEMT 9 A. W. Thompson returned Wednes day from Denver. Gordon North Taso, Texas. left Tuesday for El O. Halsten of near the Seneca coua try, was In Clyton Thursday. J. T. Smith was la town Saturday He HVes near New ...

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. — 27 October 1917

ELECTION fítOCÜHL By The toaaty CnaMnrn ! la loa County,-New Mexico, At Their Meeting r October 32m, 11T. WHISHKAS, by Section 1977 of Ihe Codlllcatlon of 1915. It in made the duty of the Boards of County Com mlssioners of tho several Counties of the State of New Mexico, by public proclamation by publication an there in provided, to give public notice of the object or objects or purposes of roiniiiK electons. the office to be voted for. the numen, post -office ad dresses, etc.. of the various candidates for office, the places where and the date on which such elections are to be held in the various precincts of their respective countes; and to give such public notice by proclamation at least ten. days before tho date of Vuch election. Now Therefore. It U ordered and public notice is hereby riven, that the object of tho election which is to be held on the flth day of November, 117. In each of the various precincts of Union County, is to vote on three proposed amendments to the State 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. — 27 October 1917

PROPOSED TAX OENDÚ'ENT Hnl K JOINT RKXMU TKCN SO. M. T tmraa Heetioa 1 af Article VIII I ifce lítate Caastltatlna Itelatlve ta Taiatloa aad Rtbb. W It Resolved by the Legislature of the Stair of New Mexico: THut tt I hereby proponed to amend -t.ition 1 of Artlrlc VIII of the State 'ntltutlin so as to read as follow: Action 1. Tuxes levied upon tnngl blt property shall be In proportion to the value thereof, find taxes shall be .qua) and uniform upon all subjects of taxation of the ame cías. No county, city, town, village or m huol district nhail in any year make tax levies, which will, in the aggregate, produce an amount more than five per vent. In excess of the amount produced liy tax levies therein during the year preceding, except nm hereinafter pro vided In- laff the amount desired to be Iiioduced by tax levies in more than five per cent greater than the amount produced In the year preceding, such fact shall be net forth in the form of a vine i itl request and filed with tint Sta...

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. — 27 October 1917

BUSINESS Jlnd j PROFESSIONAL HILL BROTHERS coal, ice m mssFU compw,; TELEPH8RE SBC Clayton, New Mexico dr. c E. KltfJJEH DeU.l Over Dean' Bakery nut ii a CtaytoB COL.- J. A. SOWERS Aaetl r Write io at Beeeea or Phone me at, Wanette for Dates. Commission on per cent Satisfaction Guaranteed See G. C SMITH REAL ESTATE AND 1 INSURANCE BPFIOIBNTL J f in-1 iu Firl Natl Bank Uldfl. Attention, II eateedan AH letal advertising in tai paper ia read and correcta! ae t'ording to copy. Read yaw a4, and if an errar is found aw- evpr flight, aalify us al ei ji ones ron n ligation Department of th Interior, U. JL Laad Offloa at Clayton, K. M, September 14. 1917. Notice te hereby Klven that Adah Helle Hlgby, now Clement, of Clayton N. M., who, on December 13th. 1911. made Homestead Entry, Serial No. 014245. for BE 1-4, Section 1, Town ship 27 N., Range St K. N. at. P. Mer- Idlan, hoa filed notice of Intention to make Five Tear Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, be foro Register a...

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. — 27 October 1917

IMITO j Si".1 JU.injvu.LAJ ..J m-p-- njir ufi-T i j- ru jj-íj-j-itrfj-yj-ifí-j-j-r-t ujuT-rinAr-1 rtJ u-ui,,-, j-u-u-u-u - r - n. r j-u-i y jj-ij-i j uu-j jvtjxjxi l. -litjij-jutj-j jtrLnnnnrmrv J- rr .. w M-g-i OTO mm CAM &TTI c CLAYTON'S BIGGEST STORE ÜJLfl LOW PRICE MAKERS MEN'S OVERCOATS. Kirchbaum Overcoats. $16.50 up to $25.00. Warm sheep lined coats. $6.00 up to $16.85. KIRCHBAUM CLOTHES. (Guaranteed all wool. You buy your suit here: you Ket th best at the least money. Popular "prices. $12.50. $15.00 up to $25.00. GOSSARD'S corsets: Ladies' you have now the opportunity of shop ping at home and getting one of the best Corsets made. PRICES: sss. t $1.25 :: UP TO :: $10.00 Ik A IBI Í 1 1 Mo EDWIN CLAPP SHOES. The highest class Shoe that is made today. PRICES: $11.00,$! 1.50 & $12.00. SHOES ALL PRICES. We have now the most' complete line of. Men and Boys shoes ever carried in Clayton. $2.65, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00, $6.00 and $7.50. All Guaranteed. LADIES' READY...

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. — 3 November 1917

y Judicial Dist. Amendment Is Boss-Made Attempt Control Courts-Vote It Down V - w J. .aw sr- V. IWOTED TO THE INTEREST Oh' GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY t VOLCMK X. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1917. Nt MBKR IS. JUDICIAL DISTRICT AMENDMENT IS AGAINST INTEREST OF PEOPLE AND FOR THE BOSSES The judicial district amendment la .v boss made attempt to put the court f the Kighth district back under tho iintrol of the coal r.nd railroad corpo ration bosses of Colfax and Taos coun !ics 1'nlll the election of Judge I.leb i he court of this district had always ieen considered a personal asset of the . orporatlons, made so by their control .f the majority electorate of Colfax .nd Taos. Five years ago the people ad their first chanco to reform this . onditlon, and did a pood Job through he election of Judge, l.leb. The bosses thought that only a slip and that In :uture elections they would lie able to oodwink the people and elect their . undldates. But the el...

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. — 3 November 1917

EUCXSÜME WHIP IS USED PRESIDENT UN ISSUES PROCLAMATION I THH DISTRICT COURT Statn of New Mexico. County of Union. Clncliirmtli, (Hilo. Oct SQ. Herbert HtKelow. head of the I'eaplr Church here, and R leaülnn member of the peoplen rounr.ll. who wim kidnaped In un mitomobllc lout nlKht Junt ln-fore he km to have ailtlreowd a oclallst meeting, was found near Florence, Ken tucky, this mornltiK. Klcelow had been taken Into the woo1h, hln i-lothcn re moved, anil thranhed with a hluckrnake whip by a party of men dreiwd in "lonti white robes" rcsembllnti those tl'-Kcritx d ;ih havliiK been worn by the renowned ' Ku Klux Klan." Previous to twelve lashes belnK applied to lilgc- low's buck, one of the party raised his ..nwt Hiimandint: silence anil then read from n paper he. held as follows "In the name of the poor women and rhlldren of HclKUlm this man should be whipped." according to the report, nine low was then turned loose and directed toward Cliicii-iiulli. He lost his way, however, and w...

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. — 3 November 1917

W atara Neaapapar Vnlaa News Sarvtce. COMINO BVBNTS. Marco. 1911 Woe Ortwtri1 conveatloa Precinct No. 0 Vote at M. I. Near Teles Cniuiilos. Jose Húmenlo Padilla. Keyes. :r:-. iti:ti or imn-i:x wn in i.i. r.-i: si'A iii.Atu miiM. 'i i:i.i: l. Ml-, din. ii: si'an ni' iioiim: tit i.is, si i:.vits oi.n. o i. ii.ti iioiisi:. m:vi:n m:iin oi.ii. ii.m; soiutKi. ikiiisi:. kii; i:lis nt.ti. iim; woiiiii:!. liti:, i I : v it oi.ii. oi: -til l. itiM.i:, i.ooii as ni:v. om: sii:i:i. sanitaio col iim: iiciim i:ij. i-him.s aii i hi;ss t un. i-ii.ii-om: ii.iiKM'uiir oni: iihknskii. om: iiiioki am; om: i.tiu.i; i ruoi.vi i:nt:i cuaik om: iii:v HocKKit, i.i:ai iii:k t i'iioi.si t:iii:ii. ELECTION PBflClHM J Toe Coaaty Qit loaere mt llaloa t'aaaty. New Mexico, At TaWr MortlBji at October 2ad, 11T. WMJvHKAB, fcy faction 1977 oí thU nuuiutiiun ui luo, ii in mituc me "1y of the Boards of County Com aajMsioners of the several Counties of raw State of New Mexloo, by public proclamation by publication tut ...

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. — 3 November 1917

Sil? (Hlmjtmt Nrtus Official Fuvrr t Ttwi at Ciarte Oaiclal rar of Catea Osvaty CHAS. P. IVTBERI (HIGH) , Editor, Omr aa PakUsaer I one: dollar per tear i Fntered aa Second Class matter Octo-1 ber 26. 10, at tha postofflce at , Clayton, N. It., under tha Act of March t. 1171. atarea?. November 3, 1IT Morelhan otic Merman language pa per han Kiit out ItH lat sedition. lo you want io-orKc Ilemlcy for dis trict "judre? of course not. Then vote asaloat il" :iilli-i.-il diHtriif mittiI- How about Orrle l'hllllps for district Bttorney? l'retty weak and safely fa vorable to Iiohwh. Better vote against tho judicial district amendment Potatoes uke hen mumi Dropping Collected From Poultry House Applied to 8mall Patch i Gave Large Return. j Our cxucrlencc' with lion iminure on potatoes last summer muy lie of Interest to sv"lc- w- ''Stf. In Furm Poultry. We took our potato pHtrh, just omvlhlrd of on acre, und covered It broadcast with o modernte coating of hen manure that hud been collected fro...

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. — 3 November 1917

fneiGá oa Tiras PAINT FOR FARM BUILDINGS Avoid Cheap Imitations and Use That Mado of Llmeed Oil and Ground Lead Color la Important Do not use any cheap Imitations of . paint. The best point Is made of Un eeed oil and ground lead. Some think that the pnlnt Is Improved by a small auiuon 01 sine. An nnpalnted build ing will not withstand the elements one-tenth so long as a building that Is ipalnted whenever It requires palntln. Indeed It would seem as though paint E'ould protect a building for a hun red years or more If properly applied at the right time. The color of paint ls Important. Do not indulge In gny jcolors. OTICK POR riBLICATIO (gardeners save own seeds !'i imrtment cf the Interior, U. a l.;:nd Office nt Clayton. New Mexico, ill tuber 9, 1917. Notice is hereby Riven that John H. st-tlur Jr., of Orandvlew, New Mexico, w ho, -on May 19th, 1914. made Ilome Nt.ni l:ntry. Serial No. 01906, for NW. 1-4. X... 1.4 NR. 1-4, N. 1-! BW. 1-4. SW. 1-1 SW. 1-4. flection 13, Township X.. K...

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. — 3 November 1917

L ... ir:;.: ; v KI.KCTIOV PHOCXA.MATIO Continued from l'itf.0 I: I ."rut A llura. Ofilleito. N. M. I K Sandoval. Darlil. M. la, Veelat-t No. I2 le n Hale Srbaat- honor, ninfrlrf Na. Ml. I John March. Uallc" N. M ! r K iiilliK(i!. fSnlWon, N.M Lennpo al1t'(Oft. UallcBon, Na .M Wrrrlart Na. Ml Vale til I Inline at Mannel I'baroa. I W. IIíiwMüh, lxKun. N M lanticl f'haron. Loftan. N. M. Lineadlo V Ik'II.. l'ran. N. M , ITnlni-l N. lit Vote at üebonlboune. Town of Wqner, N, M. l-'retl Delta. Mohijui ro, N. M .loan Joho Chavez, Monciucro, N. M. .Io.hc íiarcía Chave. Mopiiuero. N. SI. Vrrrlnrt No. ITti ote nt rhfolbnune. Town f llarne). 'lintoii S. Kunk, l' iiriniKl'jii, N. 51 Marcelino S F rnanrli-s, Pennington. V. SI. Albert Sanche. Harria . N. M. Prerlnrt No. Ill nte tit Delfín l.'uplno n llaire Hall. Mown, .V. M. .! hum TruJIUo, Mosk, N. M Kiljio I'achcco, .MfiH'--. N. SI Juki i. ("ran-, Moses. N. M. Preelnct No, 1 7 1 Vole lit School hoimf Near Honor of Murgarlte Marqurr. Lewla Gree...

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. — 3 November 1917

PROFESSIONAL MLL BROTHERS I ÜX, M AND TRANSFER COMPANY TELEPHONE S8C Clayton, New Mexico rot (.. i:. kki.i .Ki DentM over Dean's Hakery - Phone 101 II Claries ............. t in., i. a SUYYFJtS Auclltmr Write me at Seneca ur Phone me at Wanette for Dates. Commission one per cent Satisfaction Guaranteed B a a asas See (.. (-. SMITH HU IlKAl. ESTATE J INSURANCE i : i 1 1 i ; i A (trillion. Homesteader All legal advertising in this paper is read and oorreoted m- ording to copy. Head yur aJ. and if an error in found how ever Ught, notify us at one a. ) I Auy poraona claiming adversely the aoove-aeacriDed tana art advlaed to rile (tholr claims, or objections, on or In fori t j time designated for aale. ,.(. U-S. PAZ VALVERDE, Pegi: t. r. I1" Ini .NOTICE I UU Pi. ULICATION AND I i r (iiMKSl CASES HANDLED EFFICIENTLY hi l'irt Nr.t'l Bank Uldp. e I For All Auctioneer work Tol. C.rnrgp Onodyear ii year experience in Live -lock. Townsite and Merchan Jim Ml work will be appreci ated. For makin...

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. — 3 November 1917

OTTO-JOB MM ' . MERCABU I CLAYTON'S BIGGEST STORE CO LOW PRICE MAKERS CLAYTON Union County, N. M. HEADQUARTERS for READY-TO -.-WEAR MEN, -WOMEN án'' CHILDREN'S GARMENTS to FIT and SÁTJSFY CUSTOMERS wmr ;,V 'V A-". 1 !!),. -I' ...HI- 'I' ll". ÍJ i Kirs chbmimGlatlies AIX-WOOL lOO PER CENT AND NO COMPROMISE WANT LIST 1S full in every LINE. This can be filled in full OTTO-JO HNSQN'S i STYLES DIRECT FROM FIFTH AVENUE NEW and authentic; these Fall styles come to us direct ffom A. B. Kitschbaum Co., clothesmakers of-Fifth Avenue, New York, and Broad Street, Philadelphia .... Whether you prefer belted coats Or plain, single or double breasted, you will find in the garment of your choice the easy lines, the unfailing good taste which always distinguish the handiwork of the Kirschbaum tailor shops - $20, $25 and $30 OTTO-JOHNSON. MERCANTILE CO. We have what YOU WANT '' ,v : at the - PR I C E You want Any way you want CASH or CREDIT. s 1 .-. 4 IS WARM STORE-MODERN CONVENIENCES FOR OUR CUSTOME...

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. — 10 November 1917

VMy. - '76 JTX Baca. 400 organisation lor'eciier airas. tt- os JMr J5vg! : - ;fíl ' Er77-:) TO THE INTE REST OF COOP CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUH.MNC OE THE COMMUNITY 'H ' Jr (HMIIK X. (1.AVTOX, XEW MEXICO, 9ATIHDAV, XHKMIIKH in. It17 M'MIIKR 4tl Lr NEW MEXICO POLIS HUGE DRY MAJORITY: V. M. G. A. CENTERS JOHN BARLEYCORN IN HIGH C1SFAV0R IN STATE GODSEKlfGR THE eSúLDIERBOÍS V' John barleycorn Is a dead dog. "New Mexico has none dry by Homer Hiliig like ÍU.OOO galloii-4 (Voto8), and wept In the weep und blissful tin- wall f the particular friends of the old capegoat. At thlH time, four days af ter the election, accurate figures cannot tie had, but it in known that the pro hibitory amendment carried in the state y an unlookcd for majority, probably totaling better than 20,000. But one ounty in safely in the wet column, and that In IUo Arriba, a solitary and lone 1y sentinel on the Colorado border. Our old county of Union, a near neighbor il the Kentucky Colonel outpost. Ih the banner Saha...

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. — 10 November 1917

woncH rom rmianoo lUlTUBIJ CATION Department of tbt Interior, L. H. land Office at Clayton. N. M , October 24, 117. Notice Is hereby given that Casaie U Fulkersin, of Cuate, M. 1L, who, on November. 22nd, H1J. made Homestead Entry Berlal No. 017097 for S. u, 8W. 14, See 3, K. 1-2 SW. 1-i and KK. See. 4, Township 29 N , Hange 35 K N. M. I'. Meridian, haa filed notice of Intention to make Three Year l'roof, to establish claim to the land above described, be fore Register und Receiver, at Clayton, N. M., on the 12th day of December, 1917. Claimant names as wltnemen: J. Andres Pacheco, Julian Maest.iH, Oeortc Cunningham, all of Cuates, N. M, and Walter 1'erklnB, of Moneo, N. M. 11-10-12-1 I'AZ VALVKHDK, ItegiHter. noth'f. for rem. ITATIO e Kltt JateUI DtevrloC Out, MkU na4 ft, Cat rufy, Kew Mexlva. a. n. Robert son. vs. Vrsnk Khaw, ruintiff. Defendant. Kereeleaar XOTICK OP SALK Department of the Interior. V. S. lind Offlcw at Clayton. New .Mexico, October ?, 1917. Notlre is hereby mven ...

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. — 10 November 1917

The Vera Mesar Ceaaawavy. et DtU. us. aaS set be beaeSt of exscrt Fere) We aire yea taV a sera are ef a-emelae vire, wit ceaatae Farf-aaaae parta. TO OE VERY BEST Stele and Wounded Soldiers, tg Get as Good Care as in Any Hospital. FIO CROSS I'OST EFFlCIEIfl In Bast Surgeon and Bert Nurses United 8tatta 8ent With. Army t Franca Only Gradual Nuree May 8erve. ' Washington. The greatest adrase made by the American Red Cross la the science of looking after an army's welfare is in Its nursing service. 'The United States Is the only nation which entered the present war with a fully enrolled and organised service of trained nurses. The most rigid rule of the Ited Cross Is that none but -graduate nurses shall be permitted to serve as nurses In American war hos pitals. For the first time In history the United States has sent to the front with its forces a modern hospital equipment. The sick and wounded will receive as good care as they could get In any hospital in the Unit ed States. Fine bui...

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