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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 10 November 1917

Orifdal Pases of Tawn ( Ctajtn Osaelal Faaef of Caloa Cemartr atarear, otrmbrr 10. 10IT V CHAS. P. StTTHKsU (HIGH) , Ealter, Owlet u4 Faallaher ' ONE DOLLAR PER TEAR Batcrad aa Second Class matter Octo bar II, 110, at the postoffice t Clayton. N. M., under tha Act of. March t, 117. TIIK filRL EII1SD TIIK MX BK- ttprVVtfVffjin ft flfrV'r IIISD TIIK GI-JT g m,mMvmimwr V'WWVI " " . ft K-a,nn war Ho,; 1 n 7 rv Y i K T7 IT T fM TT1 Vi H TTÍ T7 ÍTfl f l'ou have aeen the line of khaki awing- I it k grandly down the street, . Voii have heard the band blare out Hri- tannln's songs, You have read ia ton of papera mid you've thrown them at your feet Aid ;iiur brain's u battlefield for fight- I ii k throng. You have cheered for Tommy Atkins, iiful vnu'ip vellAit for .Tnrlf fViniirlr i ou nave praiscu me rrencn anu uei- glans every ono; Hut I'm rliymlnK l)ere a me.'iHiire to the valor and tire pluck of the Kill liehl'ml the -man behind the Kllll. harder game than lighting, deeper wound by far, b...

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. — 10 November 1917

llore Meat aatl More Kals" Will lie WIN War logan. . HOW HE . SAW THE LIGHT Karatrr, I BrroMi 4vrrBtairt tmrnmrKUoam, Chance- .IVkn II I ndrtaaa Ju rpbar. Til PROKI C'K MOllCMVK STOCK I ut in Nebraska a county UKent. had .experienced much difficulty in interest Ins a certain farmer in. proponed nRrl cultural Improvement -campaigns. This farmer, who was of much influence in the community, considered his own In dividual success a proof that Kovern ment co-operation with farmers is en tirely unnecessary. A special repre sentative of the extension office of the I'nlted States department of agriculture who visited that section was told of the case by the county nsrent. He went to the farmer uud found him cold and un responsive. "You are standing In the way of your country when your country Is at war," said the special agent to the farmer finally. "lo you realize that'.'" "No," said the farmer, "I hadn't thought of It that way." ' "Well, do tMánk uf It that way awhile," siiKKi'steU the co...

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. — 10 November 1917

CM OF SEED CO.liI Oegin Immediately After Gather ing and Continue Until the Grain Is Planted. the rr timt or mildew la remark My short time. The best and rbapet treatment Im mediately after the earn are gathered and ha'knd I to tie the ear singly on hinder twine at about elght-loeh la- i rervaK Hie fwlne being looped shout AIRMEN STUDY BIRO UFE dot place is reco:,::,:e(;deo No Locality Whtrt Crop Will Not Be Bettered by Thorough Drying Treatment Poor 8torag Will Impair Vitality. From Hie Unit pa 8tatca Department ot Agriculture.) The name day that seed corn is gathered from Htandtng stalks as they grow In the field the husked earn .should he put In a dry place where there la a free clrculntlon of air, and mo placed that the enrs do not touch one another. This Is the only safe wny, accord ing to the United States depnrtment of agriculture, which tmys, thnt much jfood seed has been ruined hecuu&e It -was thought to be dry enough when cathcred. Mnny farmers think that their autumns...

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. — 10 November 1917

J.... I LI. II C";ii. yUSÍNESS JhtJ f k PROFESSIONAL HILL BROTHERS tML, ICC 1XD TKSSftl MSFHT TEIEPRME 5tC Clayton, New Mexico DR. C E. KELLER Dentist Over leanY Bakery ofiir raaa íain Claytaa All legal adverlMMUf m tfcfc ptprr ia read aud eorrecUd m cording lo copy. Ktad yaur ni, mod if au rrar is found how rvrr aligul, notify us ai an .oTic roa rraLKTio. 1-4. a l-i Fi Section, 1. NB. 1-4. ,1511. 1KB. 1-4 NW. 1-4. Section J9. Township Claimant OTIt l. olí l'i ULICATIO. se:::::::::::::::::: a 1 ...... COL. i. A. SOWERS Aaetlaaeer Write ids at Seneca or Phone me at Wanette for Dates. Commission one per cent Satisfaction Guaranteed ... See U. C. SMITH HKAL ESTATE INSURANCE AND MM ciiM'M CASES HANDLED EFFICIENTLY Olllte in First Nr.t'1 Bank Bldfl. For All Auctioneer work Col. George Goodyear 30 years experience in Livs Stock, Townsite and Merchan dise. All work will be appreci ated. For making dates see Caudle's Furniture Store. Tel ephone 98. Yours Kespectifully, COL GEORGE GOODYEAR C...

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. — 10 November 1917

OTTO -JBHffiOB V t.l . li 1W 6mn CLAYTON'S BIGGEST STORE F Till LOW PRICE MAKERS .. ... .1 . ALL WOOL BLUE SERGE SUIT $15:00 John B. Steton Hat $4.00 Gun Metal Button Shoes $3.50 Shirts with or with out Collars $1.00 Heavy Union Suits $100 Tie, Collar and Suspenders V .vi- - "r sPSÜIi Í 'W III I.-.V . .LI k Kir s cKbaiimClotihes ALL-WOOL lOO PER CENT AND NO COMPROMISE A WORD TO THE BUSINESS MASÍ XF your preference1 is for style which is moder ately reserved fór fabrics of pure, lustrous wool, untainted witR4, cotton for the easiness of fit and the wearing qualities which only thor ough tailoring can put into a garment .... come in and try on the Fifth Avenue, the Wall Street or the American, three models for business men, designed and tailored at the Sign of the Cherry - - - - $20, $25 and $30 Tree OTT O 'TO H N S O N M E RCANTILE- CO. LADIES' READY . . TO-WEAR 4 Ladies' Suits $12.50 up to $35 00 Ladies' Waists $1.50 up to $3.50 Ladies' Coats $10.00 to $35.00 Ladies' Skirts' $3 50 t...

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. — 17 November 1917

and navy lindería k I ngs as fast as our 1 " J 'IMP SUPPORT THE ARMY 1", WHICH WILL FATHER TOUR SON (NO BROTHER YOUR BROTHER ATTHE FRONT EI 'OT-:n TO THE INTEREST Oh' (iOOD CITI.ESIIIP AND ': rPffCJ '.).Y; O' TÍÍ-: COMMVNrT Ol.t MP. . ( l,AVTO, NK.tt MKXICO, ATI 1HIW, ( i:llli:H 17. IOIT. M MltKK 47 iEW REGULATIONS B PROVOST MARSEAL GENERAL iTHE I M. G. A. REGULATING EXEMPTIONS OF DRAFTED MEN! AND THE FIGHTING MAN STATE VOTERS UPHOLD WISH OF PEOPLE OF EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT; AMENDMENT LOST WASHINGTON. Nov. 14. ---The live . hisses Into which !i. mill, nm), WW men reg istered fur military duty and those who nri- registered hereafter are ll vided ami In order which they Willi lie j ailed for serviré were officially an-! íounced today in the provost marshal 1 ..-encml's qucstionalre which every reg istered man must till out and lile. The order shows some change from the tentative draft published some time K". Contrary to some published reports it does not exempt married men as a lass...

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. — 17 November 1917

Prole Clayton, New Mexico November 15th, 1917 lotice t he Genera ' Owing to the fact that the greater portion of our clerical work, and in fact all of our banking work with the exception of waiting on our custcirer?, is dcr.e tflne 9 a. m., and after 4 p. m. and desiring to shorten the working hours of our employees, we . will, begin ning on and after December 1st, 1917, close at 3 p. m. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, CLAYTON, N. M, UNION COUNTY TRUST and SAVINGS BANK By D. W. Priestly, Cashier By C. R. Kiser, Cashier STATE BANK OF COMMERCE, CLAYTON, NEW MEX., By H. C. McFadden, Cashier 3C AWE FOR ALL TO HELP THE GOVERNMENT W'ií ti i 1 1 k t on . Nov. 1.V rivcry luyul American, however poor 111 the world's Koods, will ) enabled to help hÍH coun try win the war against Germany by lei.dinK small amounts to the jcovern mcnt at I per cent Intercut on war savings certificate, which will he on sale in all communities hcKinniiiK cember ::rl. next. .Men. women anil children can lend to their country ...

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. — 17 November 1917

1 .orinan nntaortEet ácrata for Fort cara la praprrlr rrprvarat Fora iat I aata. ta For Owmcra. Ta a Caaipaar la that we eqnlp aad aaaJatala 11 GUN HOSPITALS KEEP BRITISH ARTILLERY Iff TRW " V XI vHP! i ill Aw . J V, :tC,? )' ; Tin- In XOTK'K FOR ri BMC ATIO.V. Ic pin tni-nt of the Interior, I" S. Lamí Office nt Clnyton. N. M., October 16, 1917. Notice in hereby tilven thnt Kelley KcKt y. of Cuate, N. M., who. on April :'.". I!"H iind November 6, 1915, minie Homestead KntrU-n, Serial Nos. 111710. anil H2O220, for N. 1-2 KH. 1-4. SK. 1-4 Ni: 1-4. mid Ni:. 1-4 SV. 1-4. mid NK. I NK. 1-4. SV. 1-4 NK. 1-4, Sec. 34, Ti. 2! North. Halite 34 Kuat. New Mexico 1'rinripal Meridian, has filcil notice of intctiton to make Three-Year l'rnof. to cst.iMxh claim to the land above described, before UcKlstcr and Kcceivcr. 1'. S. Land office, nt Clay ton. N. M. on the 11th day of poceiii ber. IJi;. t'lainiant ii.iines as w ilni-st s; Kiluur II. ill-, cf Ml. li.ua. N. M.. and ITHAYKD OB STOLE One bay m...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 17 November 1917

31jr (Ulagtmt NruiB HhU Tmw f Ttwi Omrtwrn. Hiela! r ! Valva Onatr CRll. r. ItTHKBI (HIGH) Kaitar, Owar ! PabUakcr OÜI POLLAS PER TEAR Katrd Second Class matter octo bar I. 10. at tha poitofflea at OaTton. N. M., under tha Act of March I, 1171. Saturday. Vmrnlrr I" 1917. 'OM.lt TI I. TIOH Wi' ir- iH-t very strong on this "I-tohl-yoii-so" stuff, but we ilo believe in 'toothiK ymir nun horn'' because your best friends III net take time off lo toot it for you If you y,ucssed that the defeat of llif judicial . ineiiilmcnt a the .joyful tlintmht of the editor, yim KUcsscd rii:ht. Strange im it may ap pear. Thf Clayton Ni wh ami La Vox del 1'uihlo of Lhs Venas, wi ll- tin only papers in thf state that mail' any par ticular tinht a train hi the amendment, anil we believe that The News anil it splendid Spanish I'oiiti'itiporary art' en titli'il to claim a I i 1 1 1 o credit for the result. Several other papers ovr the Htate ropieil our articles anil we are truly grateful for the help thus i...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 17 November 1917

I TIIK DISTRICT , roCHT . Ktate of New Mexico, ) Couny of I'nlon. ) ss ) Vmun So. SOT I. quirt TH1. A. ItaKlaiul. l'lalntlff. vs. lA.'ifof-lW 1.. A (l:t m non, lmihrlla L Hoyle. M. . lioylv. I-:. K.irrrll and A. H. Kurrell, J. U Boyle. Mrs. Kva Siirulll, .M. M. Spruill. K. L. Mpruili. Ulchard Kills Car ter. Sr.. li. ;. farter, Sr.. Vim. Kntnklin l'encock. William Franklin IVucock. lí. H. Jone. W. W. lXTliy. First State Hank of Llalla, and all unknown par ties who may ilalm an Interes' adverso to "i plaintiff hereia. Defendants. MviK H ron i-i ni.icA'iioN Tlie defendants to said suit, and each of them, to-wit: Isabella 1,. Adaiiisnii. Isabella I.. Hoyle. M. O. Hoyle, K. Far rell and A. 11. Farrell. J. L. Hoyle. Mrs. Kva Sprulll. Al. .M. Spruill. K. I.. Siirtilll, Ulcliaid Kills Carter. Sr., It. K. Cartel'. Sr., Win. Franklin I 'eai'm'k, Williani Franklin l'e.-u-ock. li 1 I. Jones, W. W. !erl. First State Hank of 1'allas. ami all unknots n parties who may elaini an interest adverse to...

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. — 17 November 1917

7 Enables Scout to Make Observa tions at Night. HIS ARREST IS ORDERED Capable of Illuminating Battlefield, Protecting Itself, Finally ExnJod ing With Terrific Effect. Prominent inililnry nlllecr have ex-pres-eil their :i ir ivii I of n Ibirin-.; toreb. the lute development of ;i Tex;i Inventor, tlmt is primarily lei;:iiei in 'ii:illi' mi ueriul M-uiit in iniiki' oli-cr-vatl"iH behind enemy lines lit nii:!it. Tlie Instrument lins a number of ingenious features, mid us u whole ilie (iirnmrks ofbeiiij; not only :m ei leetive, Imt 11N0 a ileslruetive ueu It Is potentially capable of 1 i i I -illy ilhiiiiiniitiiiK li coii-iileralilv e;l of II lialtlelielil for II perio of tell ilnii'es, foniiulalily protect iii- itself m:i i i: -I (list u il : i li- in the iiieaiit hue, mil Inially ep!o'!iim'. lies' ro in'.' what cver may he within ,",n or -Hi feet. It has three major part-. The has" consists of a pointed cone thai houses a heay liomh. (Ml one side of this is' lixed u cylinder holding n ...

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. — 17 November 1917

f---------' EBUSINESS Jind T E PROFESSIONAL HILL BROTHERS COAL, ICt AND TRANSFER COMPANY TELEPHONE 58C Clayton, New Mexico DR. C. E. KELLER Dentist Over Dean's Bakery OlDrc Pkaae 10111 Claytaa : COL. i. A. SOWERS AacUaarer Write roe at Seneca or Phone mo at Wanette for Dates. Commission one per cent Satisfaction Guaranteed mm. See G. C. SMITH FUH HEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE CASES UANDLED CONTEST " EFFICIENTLY OHUe in First Nat l Bank Bldfl. Attention, Homestead! All legal advertising in tkia paper is read and oorrected ac cording to copy. Read yur ad, and if an error is found how ever slight, notify us at once. NOTICR KOR Il IU.ICAT10N. SOTIl i. ... C( IILICVIIOV I epa i i men t of the Interior, V. S. I.und office ut Clayton. X. M . -t.l-1- 19. H'17. Notliu is hereby given that Cleo 1'r.iy, of .Mt. Dora.-N'cw Mexico, w ho. mi January 24. 191?. maili' Homestead Kntry, Serial Xo. 17439, for K 1-2 Sec. 12, H. 1-2 NK. 1-4. X. 1-2 SE. 1-4 and N. 1-2 SV. 1-4, Section 13, Township 23 North. ...

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. — 17 November 1917

OTTO-JOMNSOM MERCAMM CO. CLAYTON'S BIGGEST STORE LOW PRICE MAKERS ALL WOOL BLUE SERGDJSUIT $15.00 John B. Stetson Hat Gun Metal Button 4 Shoes $3.50 Shirts with or with out Collars $1.00 Heavy Union Suits $1.00 Tie Collar and Suspenders Iff 3jftOSM Uñ í S Mw KirschbaumClotKes ALL-WOOL lOO PER CENT AND NO COMPROMISE FOR ALL-RpUND WEAR A DRESS COAT EQUALLY in place over a business sack suit or over evening clothes, no garment in a man's Winter wardrobe is of more sdrvice than his dress overcoat .... Tailored in two celebrated Kirschbaum models the Aristocrat (worn by the gentleman in the picture above), a moderate shape-conforming coat for young men and. the Fifth Avenue, a conservative box coat for men Full or skeleton lined with satin, $25, $30 and $35 OTTO-JOHNSON M E RCANTI LE CO. LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR Ladies Suits $12.50 up to $35.00 Ladies Waists $1.50 up to $8.50 Ladies Coats $10.00 to $35 00 Ladies Skirts $3 50 to $15 00 Gossard Corsets All Guaranteed $2.00 up to $10.00 WARM S...

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. — 24 November 1917

it n J Ihr J'ufii I'l'v in ni'Hiii tiiiu.'f ii.-'.i' .'iij'inr;i! ut I: the ;;';t', snl, aid 'our sinr I'v.ilis oi' n i I'U l Mismo;-'. Sa t til il.t y. itv l-'n- ni ! y v .iviiw; da;.; scrvici oriiia sohooihouse V SUPPORT THE ARMY T, WHICH WILL FATHER YOUR SON AND BROTHER YOUR BROTHER ATTHE FRONT DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY VOLUME X. C'LAY'TOX, SEW MEXICO, SATURDAY. XlltKMBEH 24, HUT. Nl'WBKR 4, CLAYTON PEOPLE GIVE LIBERALLY TO Y. M. C. A. WAR WORK FUND; MORE THAN $1.500 RAISED Vhiyton people subscribed liberally to abe Y. M. C. A. war iunil. and the total at present In $1,G2G.50, More than $1,000.00 was raised at the business mens' banquet last week.' Below is the numen of those contributing and the amount Riven by each: $50.00 each: Herbert J. - Hammond, Jr.; G. O. Granville; It. W. Isaacs; T. If. Rlxey; J. Otto; Comley Lumber Co. $40.00 each: J. Allen Wikoff. $35.00: C. L. Collins. $30.00 each: H. C. Karber; o. T. Toombs. $25.0...

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. — 24 November 1917

K. '. v . f Cuates, -X. -M , w ho, on April l-.-l l ami Xnvi tnlii-r I'., lM'i. made I !oi,;i-.- t.-a.l I'.ntriis, Si-rial N'os. Ml 7bl0. ami f.'iCU'ii. for N. 1-2 SI-:. 1-4, Si:. 1-4 Xi: 1-1, and SI'.. 1-1 SW. ami NK. i-i xi-:. i-i. sv. i-i ni:. l-i. Si-c. :u. Tii'. X'ortl.. Kanpo II JOast. New M.xii.. I'rincijial .Mi-fidian. lias fili-d not in- of intfiitiiii to inaki- Thii-i - Your I'loof. lo esta.'sli i -1 a i 1 1 1 to tin- land al.ovi- ili-si-ril.i-d. Iii-foii' Ki-Klsttr and Kii-iisii. 1'. S. Land Offirp, at Clay ton, X. M , on tin- 11th day of Pi i.'i-m-ln r. 1 :U7. I'laimalit jianu-.s as wiltu-sses: l-Mear Hair, of Mt. l-'oia, N. M.. and I'nd Wirht. William Jiair. lioy l.aw-ri-iii-i . all of ' '.ramlvicw, N. .M. I I - n-1 L'-s i'AZ vai.vj-.:!:!-:. lii iiistc-r. Clayton, New Mexico November 15th, 1917 Owing to the fact that the greater portion of our clerical work, and in fact all of our hanking work with the exception of waiting on our customers, is done before 9 a. m. and af...

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. — 24 November 1917

IpiirorliiK tienen Iteport COMMISSIONER'S PROCEEDINGS Adjourned Hessian off the Hiinrtl of t'onntr CnminlnNloners of I'nloa ont. . Held October Í2nd, 1017. The Hon ni met-at :i o'clock, n. m.. there Iii-Iiik present the Hon. T. J. Kil nioudsnn. Chairman: Jaeobo Puchero, mi II. .' MaRtuder, Members; Jti:iu J. lmran, clerk. Clayton, New Mexico, Sep, ember 4th. 1M7. To tin1 Honorable Ho. nil of County Commlssionei s of I'nloii I'ounty, Clay ton, New .Mexico: We, tli undersiunc.l committee, ap riolnted by the Honorable Hoard of I'ouuty Commissioners of Culón Ooun ty. Now Mexico, bes; leave to report as follows: HcuInnllIK lit the I'l'llllillKtOII post office, at tin- SK. riiniel' Section lf, thence North on mil to the NK. corner of Section 15. Twp. 24 N., Kanue 32 K., thence east alotiu the Sect ion lino bc twfflii (1 ond II. 1 1 :in! 13, Tup. -4 N.. Kniiuc 32 I'.. tl.eu.e Kast three miles between Sections ami IS. ti anil I to the XK. corner of Section HI. Twp. 24 X.. Kanue 33 K., them-...

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. — 24 November 1917

e.rmy a a t imri t iia; tiie i.uestititi .,;' a iuf prill' fir til" NeW .Ml N il'O pililo Ms- Fia will asi; tliii ill" l'ela- Official Paper of Ttm tf Clajtaa. Official Paper of Valoá Ooaafy CUAS. P. SÜTHEIH (HIGH) F.dllor, flnn ! Pnbllshcr (1KB HOLLAR PER YEAR Entered as Second Class matter Octo ber 26, I90S, at the postolTIca at Clayton, N. M., under the Act of March 3, lS7t. itturdii, Xovrnilirr 21, MM", 7 í Sir '-m. Kercushy ! l."al America is tu hind mi to a. man. IS and 2t years of age, and on appoint ment undergo three years Instruction at the ("oast (iunrd ncartcmy, belnir al lowed fBOO per year plus commuted rations nt 45 cents per day. V'pon suc cessfully completing this course they are commissioned third lieutenants and receive pay nt the rate of $1.700 per year. Full details us to qualifications and examinations can ho obtained from 'oiumamhint, I'nlted States Copst irtianl. Washington, I'. C. III Mllll I HOM Till! Tlii:CIII'.N rw I'm I'omniMniliiients V II II l-T III I ...

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. — 24 November 1917

t.KRMW HATRKO OF AMERICA it Hy Theodore Konevelt There have recently heen published various hookN ly Americans who, du rlnB the great war nave officially rep resented this country .11-lermany and In HelKltini, when the Hermans conquer en u. jiniims a. era ru in one wr ik ( , , , .. , , ..i . , I people think exactly an their lead r. Mr. Clinton, secretary of our legation 1 , , ri .. 1 .1.....0.. ... . iimnK. j iirv tun IIHIC HI, i ovo m.m that Americans were cowardly, avnr- etaoln Bhrdlu cmfwyp vbfrkqj xxtl'f... 1 Hermany It wan contantly an nounced that, 0011er or later, Here would be a day of reckoning when America would have to pay utilise in demnity or Buffer the fate of H, litiuni t Mr. floth shown that the Herman nt ItruHelH, Ik another. Mr. t'urtla Hoth until recently vice consul at l'lauen, Saxony, I" a third. Their testimony I of profound HiunlflcetiKe because of their offlcla 1 position uní personal Ktandinif. Twr facts leap up to the eye from their writings. The firm Is t...

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. — 24 November 1917

, H'll.,1' .s.-n - it r. P..17. look Of I'aiuliway her. i:i!, d a pun b. lililUL-- .at il.fe lllte be- i-tioti 1. Tw p. lice ', lililí NK, :, Sec, 1, t llene s the SK. , of NW. ,'Ue V.. St to Ilie 1, Coinu of. -is of Ctlll.ll ( 'oll'l 1 , I 'l.l V Ion. N W .M.Mco e. - , i, . is. .1 .'. ii.,.,.. i: ci" i-' " Ton. i ; Hu.-i",. i : i,.,v..,j . ,: View . o ., , . , oí din e o en, los, ,1 p'a t , .." ml .1. .i, i ...tini.,4 a, id I ti,,, i pi,. ' T .l!l m: and r.-adi and no .1. imanes to . In, II ' ' ' I I of : in 1 le e., st I o 11 I t W . u X'.'W .Mélico If.! rnu lI PROCEEDINGS ( ontlntird from l'nc Ihref Tlu. i I K t 'i " ' ! ' 1 i ' i to cause I otic. -s I- l. 1 ' ; I public '.la'-cs a I m V tin: Hm- ' hi ro.ul -Inic Mil .parlies note that nld road has been dc. hired a I ii I 1 1 hinhway. iulu in mu ll court tills 22tlil ilny of October. 1917. T. .1. Kl .M' 'XI 'Si N. Chairman. Attest: ' JUAN .1. I'l'KAN, Clerk. Thr llriurl iif II. 1". I.e.. et nl. 14; nnd the Hoard having; considere...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 24 November 1917

Mino; I exime. narrias. -..te of 12 p.-,. BUSINESS Jlnd r PROFESSIONAL HILL ROI HERS COAL. CE AKD TRANSFER CCiOT TELEPHONE 58C Clayton, Nov Mexico t;t. . i"., ur.i.i.i; lli'lllisl ivi I lean's Uakrry O !!:( I'litiiir llllll Clay toa MIL. .1. A. SOWERS A uclloneer Writ'! iijo at Senrca or I'lióne ñu- ;it Wunclte for Dates. Huiiii3sioii one per cent Satisfaction Guaranteed i ------ II I I I i I 1 l J I I I I I I trillion. Homesteaders Ml li'gal iiiverUsing in this i ..mt is read and corrected a!- .. . 1 1 : in copy. Head your ad, mi. ii .hi iTrnr is found how ' r siiulit, notify us at once mi i h i: nut rt iu.it vi ion. e AND ! Mil See (i. C. SMITH IIKAI. ESTATE INSURANCE ll.SI CASES HANDLED Kl l ICIEN'ILY , in 1'irst '-X' Bank Btdj. I b m m m m m m m m For All Auctioneer work i Col. (eoroc Goodyear to years experience in Live stock, Townsite and Merchan- Jis'. All work will be appreci- ' aled. For making dates seo, Caudle's Furniture Store. Tel- phone 98. Yours Kespectifully, COL GEO...

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