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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 24 November 1917

lire o'.'j";: n" OTTO 2á JOIBON 1 Alii i 1 ft t, JUILA. CLAYTON'S DEPARTMENT STORE T7T7 in Tñ U1LÜ LOW PRICE MAKERS n r J hi JOHN B. STETSON HATS $4.00 4.50 and 5.00 up to $12.50 Edwin Clapp Shoes for Men $11. 11.50 and 12. Kirschbaum Clothes Guaranteed all Wool $16.50 20.00 25.00 up to S35.00 Arrow and iMonarch Shirts $1.25 1.50 2.00 and 2.50 Mart & Haas Trousers Guaranteed Sat isfaction 2 ) S2.50 :' 50 $1.505.00 $0. 00 and S7.00 President Suspenders 50c I cl;lAt Kir s chb aumClotKes ALL-WOOL lOO PER CENT AND NO COMPROMISE THE PEMBROKE A FIELD COAT " T TYTH its strapped military effect, its decided VV waist line and its wide sweeping bottom, the Pembroke is one of the most popular over coat fashions Young America has seen in a gen eration .... no linings except in. the sleeves, a bit at the yoke and scam pipings .... tailored in a wide range of all-wool fabrics, including the cele brated Yorksl tr $30 and $35 OTTO -JOHNSON MERCANTILE CO- Gossard Corsets Guaranteed $2.00 2.50 3....

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. — 1 December 1917

SUPPORT THE ARMY T. WHICH KILL FATHER YOUR SON USD BROTHER YOUR BROTHER ATTHE FRONT V. zmmi : DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OE GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OE THE aUAWWH-ip 1 1 w 2y OLlMK X. t l.AVTOX, XF.W MEXICO, S ATl'flUAY, IIF.CF.MIIttlt 1. 1017. T. M M II I'll 4. 1 i t: ' UNION COUNTY BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS MAKE - SUPERB RECORD DURING THE PAST YEAR 'The season for the boys and girls club work oí 1917 in Union county closed November 15th, and the prize winners in the county contests have been declared. Some delay han been caused by some of the club members failing to Bend In their final reports promptly, and a few have dropped out tf the race right In the final dash by falling to complete their reports, llow Ter, many have been patient and pcr Hlstent In their work and have learned the Importance and value of staying I with a project and doing their best 1 until It Is completed. Four requirements are made of tv . try club' member to complete their sea son's work, and the club me...

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. — 1 December 1917

m;it doom to statu 'T.,r7"TM,,!T.T'' :T?:gT.:;;:-;i;':i7KC A FEW SUGGESTIONS FOR XMÁS. GIFTS FOR LADIES lliatnoinl ltinui. Mono Set Kings. Sijinct llirifls. I.u Ynllicrcs. Mmix-lir. Wrist Watches. Silvern are. ('.irii Sets. Percolators. Cut Mas. Vanity ('im'i. Mist Runs. I'ar Screws. Manicure Set. Toilet Sct.s. ;.:á A.:: FOR CHILDREN Iting. Pi 111. Mesh H.ijs. Neck Chains. Lockets. Iniiersoll WatcbfA. Knife. Fork and S St. Com passes. Knives. Stick Pin. Napkin Iting:-t. Pin Sets. Iil) Ilol.lcrs. Spoons. Crosses. P.aeclctfj. FOR MEN Siuiwt Kings. Stone Set Kinfl. Cuff I. inks. Stick Pins. Tie Clasps. Thermos ItolUn. Held (ilaww. Smokini) SiH. Watches. Chains. . Charms. Kmblcm liulUms. Compasses, (old Knives. (Jold Pencils. Silver Pencils. Silver Kelt liucklcs. OTIIKK AltTICLLS TOO L.MI.P,()l S TO MIATION. ii wk or commi:k( i: TIIK AliOVK AUTIC.I.KS MKK l.STIf; CIIKIST M AS GIFTS ! IT IS NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS AT OUR STORE k - b. B HOLDS WORTH, JEWELER Logic of Freedom. Two soldiers...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 1 December 1917

HEED MILLIONS OF FEET OF LUMBER Military Camps in Course of Con struction Will Use Up Vast Quantities. SAWMILLS TO BE KEPT BUSY toting the nrii six weeks In gather ing horse chestnuts, which the govern ment In Ohio to use la unlimited quan tities In the manufacture of munitions. Researches Inst year by the Tlnynl so ciety led to the discovery tlv horse chestnuts provide n satisfactory tmb stltute for the grain used In certain processes of munition making. Kvery I ton of horso chestnuts harvested will save half n ton f cT"in for human consumption. liaos made by the school authorities indicate that more ithnn .".00,000 tons of these chestnuts ' win be turned over to the government by school children this fall. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES GoimQsT Camp Hospitals and Reconstruction Hospital Will Use About 300,000,. 1 000 Feet More Millions for ' Camps In France. C With govern- Wilmington, X, mem construction or ID "reconstruc tion" hospitals In all parts of the United States,' and iSi local hosp...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 1 December 1917

tal Paar at Ttwi at Clyt. O 01 etui Paatr Valva, OMnty hoy that kind of materia; from mere I pre-r : No i. il.-. w ho is i;; loto-n w ith ! fill da v pol ich s i l, 'i f r ti t lie nt ii ( io 31jr (Elaytmt Nnira CIIAA. P. BOTHERS (IlIGH) Kdltar, Owar mmi Fatiltaher ONE UOLLAH FEB YEAR Bvtcrcd a Second Clasi matter Octo bar' it. ISO, at tha poatofflca at Clayton. N. M., under tha Act of March I. 117. .atarita;. Ilfrrmbrr I, 1917 take part In A conference as to how the war was to be won, and he knows, as I know, that that is the way to fret peace, If you wnnt t t for more than a few minutes. .rat llrilaln'a Premier If ii-iliitiiK wax iliaiiKu'l I roulil no longer ncrept reKponHltilllty for the di rection of a wnr condemned to iIIhhk trr from lack of unity. Thenar has lieen prolonged li' par ticularism. It will he Hliortcned by Holldarlty. If lie ctTorl to organise our united action becomes A reality, 1 hnve no doubt an to the Issue of the war. Italy's misfortune may still save the all...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 1 December 1917

ter sa le the I-l Ni:.- 1-4. SK. 1-1 SV. 1-4, Sec. S, V. 1- wumfísmrmmxx mirra. One of Her Irons in the Fire By ETHEL HOLMES. (Copyright. 117, WeMern Ntw.papor Union.) I have nl.wu.VH believed In niai-nano, domestic lite, children, :m.l nil that. There Is nothing of the stroll woman about mo. I nnturnllv ell IWnt; stronger than myself; I inn one ct those stupid, creatures whom men i nsnally prefer to women more like themselves. Why they do so I inn unable to understand. I was very fond of Charlie Owens., fctit Charlie was not much to cling ta, and though he lovéd me I was un- ; willing to marry him because I feared j that poverty would fly In at the door ' and nt the same time love would fly ' ont nt the window. . If I was stupid I had sense enough to turn Charlie down. Hut there my sense ended. I was hound to lind someone to cling to, and since I knew 1 no man who wanted mo or I wanted, I I resorted to an advertisement. Not that I I condemn advertising, for I don't J know anything ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 1 December 1917

APPRECIATIONS It was Jimt afttr one of famous Ury- drlidc. nnrl two men (we rrfuae to 111 wlm they were) were walking; I down n rcrlnln ntrcot bohlntl a young; ' woman who win holding lirr nklrt Mithor Mich. After an argument as to the merits of the nm, one of the men Meppctl forward iind raid: "Pardon te, miss, but aren't you holdinij your klrt rattier high?" 'Haven't I a perfect right?" hc nnapped. "You rertalniy have, mlmi, nnd a pearh of a left," replied the haee ball and 1'Klit fnn. Credit for thin yarn In reserved. lIusliiiHso conditions thruout th country are reported an excellent In tlie monthly bulletins of the Federal Ce.serve Hoard, which gives further evidence that the hUKlness conditions ate- not Wall strett conditions. 'cWr.Riorm I i i " . rr I , i. The founder and curator of the "Eth nographic" Museum recounts that hi staff, (caretakers, cleaner, etc.), .ha petitioned the government for the sup pression of his office, on the ground thnt n curntor I useless In n niuset...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 1 December 1917

BUSINESS Jlni j i PROFESSIONAL I HILL BRO I HERS CÜAL, ICE AND TRANSFER Clh.Pif T TELEPHONE 58C Clayton, New Mexico a 4 1 i nu. . i.. uu ijoii Dentist Ovi'i I lean" Bakery nll-- I'bnnr 11)1 II tun COI.. .1. A. SOWEKS Auctioneer Vritiue at Seneca or Phone at Wanetto for Dates. Commission ono per ceat Satisfaction Guaranteed See (. C. SMITH Itl'.AI. 'ESTATE INSURANCE m w m m m AND ! Mi;si CASES HANDLED KI'llCIENTLY Ulln-e in I'irst Nct'l Bank lildfl. For All Auctioneer work Col. George Gooilyenr W years experience in Live Stock, Townsite and Merchan dise. All work will be appreci ated. For making dates see Caudle's Furniture Store. Tel ephone 08. Yours Itespectifully, COL CEUKGC GOOD YEAH COL. E. IJ. JACOUS - Auctioneer MOST KXl'F.lUENGED IN UN ION COUNTY Satisfaction Guaranteed Ml. Horn, New Mcxlwtj Mlfiilioii, llomestcndcr All legal advertising in this paper is p'ad nd corrected m i'm in u in copy. Head your ad, lii-i n hi t-rror is fuund how s'isJit, notify us at onon Mllll i; Foil...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 1 December 1917

até, Otto CLAYTON'S DEPARTMENT STORE Johnson Mercantile i n , ; jlompaif LOW PRICE MAKERS SANTA CLAUS HEADQUARTERS FOR CHRISTMAS Edwin Clapp Shoes for Men $11. 11.50 and 12. JOHN B. STETSON HATS $4.00 4.50 and 5.00 up to $12.50 Kirschbaum Clothes Guaranteed all Wool $16.50 up to $45.00 CHRISTMAS PRESENT FOR FATHER John U. Stetson Hats, .Si.W) to SI'J.50 Kirsrhbauin Clothes, $10.50 to S'ij.OO Shoes. SÍ.00 to $12.00 House Shoes. $1.25. $1.50, and $2.00 Silk Shirts 3.50 to $6.00 Smokiiifi Sots, $1.50 to $6.00 Arrow Shirts $1-25 to $2.00 Ties 50e, 75e, $1.00, up to $2.00 Kid Gloves, $1.75 to $2.50 CHRISTMAS PRESENT FOR MOTHER MATKIUAI, I OH SILK IHtLSSES Tur Sets, $8.50 to $45.00 Silk Hose, 50r. to $2.00 Kid Glows, $2.00, $2.50 Silk Waists $5.00 to $8.50 Kimonas. $1.25 to $15.00 Bath Ilobrs, $3.50 to $0.00 Silk IVM.veoats, $2.50 to $7.50 Toilet Sets $.'.50 to $(.00 Í CHRISTMAS PRESENT FOR BROTHER Leather Hand Grips, 75c. to $10.00 Fur Caps, $3.50, $5.00, $7.50 Silk Shirts $S.OO to $6.00...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 8 December 1917

Hardin.-' Amistad. - HEAR. MEN DKBATK PEACH WHO UNDERSTAND NEITHER ITS TtRE NOR TIIK WAY IN WHICH IT MAT BK ATTAINED WITH t PI.IFTKD EYES AMD UNIIHOKF.N SPIRIT. BUT IK NOW NONE OF TnF.SR npHAKS FOR THK NATION. THEY DO NOT TOI'CH TIIK HEART OF ANYTHING. THEY MAY SAFELY BB LEFT TO STRUT THEIR UNEASY HOUR AND RE FORGOTTEN." Prealdeat Wooii-ow Wllsoa. la ala lateat aeaag-.' DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OE GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUIIMINC OE THE COMMUNITY VOLUME CLAYTON. NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY. DECEMIIEH M, 1917 FARMERS DECIDE TO WORK TOGETHER THROUGH COUNTY FARM BUREAU, MEETINGS BEING HELD At an enthusiastic meeting in Clay- :n November 2 J, represontal ve farm- era from practically every community in the county decided to organize a county farm bureau. The farmers liave decided that in order to efficiently work out farm problems and Ret the niot good from the work of the county 'agricultural, agents they must unite to direct and assist in the work.,, Temporary, officers were elected, com m...

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. — 8 December 1917

I il iolirnril SeMMlmt of tin lliuiril, of liiiiiif.v I 'iiitinlHNliiiierM llehl Xliiidn, i m iii her lililí. IIIIT. What a Worm Did By F. A. MITCHELL ICopyrtK a. r17. Wctt rn N wipninr I nion. "If .von Annricun want t" :it pos session of Mexico, y i hi don't need to mise n liu' Jinny for the jiiirjiosi'. All you li;i to do 4 to enlist nil tin- pro ípfisioiüil imMrrs in tin1 I'iiiteil StJiti's. furnish lln in Willi i mi i! funds, nnd send tliein down there to win tin country for you." The words wore spoken by n mini wlio lnnl livod must i.f tii ss life in Mex ico, it n I I. nd truvi'lod tnii'li in Vn'rnl iind South America. "Tin1 jioiipli- nf thosi' ri'irions :uv nil piinildi rs." tin- speaker enntinneil. ";tntl if n sufliriwit force of sharpers wr-re sent unions them every font of .'round, rmil every article on It would mm in lie I their possession. Tim the gamblers, or those they represented, cmiM meet In l onventlon, vote nnnexnl ion to the Rnited States, ami tho trick xvmilil he...

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. — 8 December 1917

bstracts Specialty THE CLAYTON ABSTRACT CO: INCORPORATED Clayton, VV. II. Sullivan, Mr. New Mexico roam f ARSON DRAY, TRANSFER And Trade Stable I.tmttd ust North f City Ojjue BuiUm For Quick and Satisfactory Droy or) Tnmafcr Swricr CaJ! Phone ICS &9o4 Stock Always Heady tor Sale tt tb lUsfet Tmt fTe'li Tnie Vita You. . i mi l JMM!an minium imiiiiiiiimmwmwmwwwmb, jmHHHaaaBMMMMnMnnBm , I V VfrW iVS1 XsI" rnzz wJi wtJawkatfefr M. P. Harvey, Sec'1 jfuwisBJueo SVPERKR1TT rna The Superiority of 0ur Mill Work ts acknowledged even by our strongest competitors, It holds its place high in Ihe opinion of our many custom ers. Our largo stock, and upright dealings impress people favorably, and we respectfully solicit your busi ness when yon are in the market for anything in out line. Permit us tó quote you our prices. CLAYTON CONSTRUCTION CO. NE W MEXICO - .-- - - . tTTTtTTTTTTtTTTTTTTTtTVTT Tt' i THE CLAYTON MEAT MARKET JOHN SPRING, Prop. ) Fresh and salted Mtats, Fruits and Provisions. Fis...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 8 December 1917

Page Four "HIE CLAYTON HEYS ajpnbg piis jib eljr (Elmjtmt Nnuc rial faa ( Trwi .1 Clayam. Oflrlal ray VbIm Onntr CHAS, r. IDTB1U HIGB K4lt.r. Om aa PiUbkn OKI DOIXAB FEB TEAR atatartd Second Qim matiar O c tó ate II. ItOt. at tha postoffle at Clayton. K. MU unr tha Act of March I. 1171. Our. Battle Flag K.-rORY Wltkul IIKVKM.K '0HKT Wltaoat IIATK Hmtarémj. DrraiBr M, 1KIT f f 4 t t With malice toward none; with charity toward all; with flrmnonn In thn rlifht f f as Hod fclvpa un to see the right let un ntrlve on to flnlnh the work we are In; to bind up the worldH', woundn; to cure for him who hu lorne the hattle. I und for hln widow and orphan: to do luJI which may achieve and chcrlnh a jlnntlng peace amonit ounu-lvea and with lull nationK. Ahrahnin Lincoln a ; IIKI.IITK I I ! The ir.ifcxlcd, rnzzle-ditzzli'il remnant of Old (llory not lluatlnK hut Happing ia the breezes over the principal bim inenn liintitutloii of thin town, la a UKr.K'e to the manapement of thofi inntitulioiiH an...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 8 December 1917

Fair and Square THE CLAYTON NEWS n i, í vil í .V i r t i If 1 itiA Page Five i I Bryan Clnrk was a Bin Monday vl- nArr LINIlNlo AINU Ordinary Common Sense Sensible Thrift and Maxwell Motor Cars Common sense says to you, "Buy a Maxwell Car and use it" The American people are going forward not backward. That is the purpose of the great war in which we are now engaged. H. W. Hum in wan In from the ranch The success of the Nation depends on healthy business activity over the country and sensible thrift. Healthy business depends on the utiliza tion of every possible labor-saving, time-saving, money-saving device known. The light-weighlt, economical Maxwell in passenger service taking you where you have to go on, business, helping you relieve delivery congestion is one of the' greatest known labor-saving, time-saving, money- saving devices. WHEREABOUTS I Mo"" " ,h" JH j . A. JohiiKon, of Thoma. transact ed biiHlnmn In the city Blif Monday. TI1RKK I MO rot vrv i'ittii:its iioi.n pt ni.ir i...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 8 December 1917

;;.ir Y : ". .. RATHER DIFFICULT POSITION TO MAINTAIN . íV.. . . i. I I V" I f ictHMSTMAs! I f -v. , j . ... . 'C 1 LECTRKAL SÜPP U cam to totototat UBcs2t poaUiaB. 4h nstM at tte Owl mut taka off Mr feato to efe MtMb tmnrttloa weraee. U to Caa watt law Joffke, VBP Baña, who at praaaat to coasalac ato Sarta prta tpally to BjaatBf aatsaittoaa far tbe Oeraaaa, tboea to tta imt ragrst f Cm Boebea tby wort nodM tb nualttoaa aseept tbfoagfc ts omaUa at British guna. However, batwano Ubms Zaraa Onda onportoalty to axfclMt ala skill for tba amusement of hla fellow workers. Taa pboCograpb ahowa Mm at one of his clever trlcka, standing oa feto bead oa a botUa and Joe gflor several bolla at the same tima. QUEER STORIES OF NEW RUSSIA Elementary Mentality of the Masses Demonstrated by Amusing Examples, I o bare made tne revolution, while j tlsh ara dumb and can never make theirs. It Is, therefore, our duty to aid them because It la contrary to natura to pen them up order to raptara them and eas...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 8 December 1917

Cediste!'. 12-S-l- BUSINESS Jnd i r PROFESSIONAL HILL BROTHERS CWCE ÍHD TRANSFER COMPANY TELEPHONE 58C Clayton, New Mexico j DR. C. E. UEM.ER Dentist Over Dean' liakery UHIp Phone HI 111 Clart.a I A TT K Vf I O 1 1 0 IH K T K A I ) K K 4 All Irani advertíala; In this paper la read ana corrected w rordlna; to ropy. Head your notice f Inlmtlcia to make flaal proof, aad If na rrror la ffoaad, howrrrr slla;!, notify un at ñor. .HIICIC KMK 11 III.ICATIO. XOTICF, fr'OIt PlillMCATIOV vlj S. 7. ! n t I COL. X. A. SOWERS Auctioneer Write roe at Seneca or Phone mo at Wanelta for Dates. Commission one per cent Satisfaction Guaranteed See (;. c. smith FOR REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE COMKST GASES HANDLED EIT10JENTLY Ollii in I'irst NiU'l Bank Bldg. For All Auctioneer work Col. George Goodyear 30 years experience in Live Stock, Townsitc and Merchan dise. All work will be appreci ated. For making dates see Caudle's Furniture Store. Tel ephone 98. Yours Itespectifully, COL GEORGE GOODYEAR I i'ni ft i...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 8 December 1917

Page Eight THE CLAYTON NEWS Fair and Square n t. ui rei hut their boda 1 A nc tlm ma)" aa men Otto CLAYTON'S DEPARTMENT STORE Jobs! Mercantile jpi , tempi ifl SANTA CLAUS HEADQUARTERS FOR CHRISTMAS Edwin Clapp Shoes for Men $11. 11.50 and 12. JOHN B. STETSON HATS $4.00 4.50 and 500 up to $12.50 Kirschbaum Clothes Guaranteed all Wool $16.50 up to $45.00 CHRISTMAS PRESENT FOR FATHER John It. Stetson Hats, $1.00 to 1250 Kirsehhaum Clothes, $1G.50 to $55.00 Shoes, $1.00 to $12.00 House Shoes. $1.25, $1.50, anil $2.00 Silk Shirts, 3.50 to $6.00 Smoking Sets, ..$1.50 to $6.00 Arrow Shirts $1.25 to $2.00 Ties, 50e, 75e, $1.00, up to $2.00 Kid Gloves, $1.75 to $2.50 CHRISTMAS PRESENT FOR MOTHER . MVTKIUAL FOK SILK DKESSES Fur Sets $8.50 to $45.00 Silk Hose, 50c. to $2.00 Kid Gloves, $2.00, $2.50 Silk Waists, $1.00 t $8.50 Kimonas $1.25 to $13.00 llalli Holies, $3.50 to $6.00 Silk I'eltjeoats, $2.50 to $7.50 Toilet Sets $3.50 to $6.00 CHRISTMAS PRESENT FOR BROTHER Leather Hand Grips.75e. to ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 December 1917

TRAMPEROS un,s. , e want a Red Clous of lifteuu luii- lller E-..l , llu t J HRAR Mil DBBATK PKAC1Í WHO tJlt DÍMTAHD KKITHTO 1TB MATtTRB TBS WAT IN WB1CH FT MAY BB ATTAINED WITH IirUITED ETC! AND UNBROKEN S PRUTS. BUT IK HOW BOMB Or THJMB) MTMAKB FOR THR NATIO!. TDKT DO NOT TOUCH TUB HEART OP ANYTHING. THBT MAT SAFEÜ.Y BR LIIT STRUT THEIR l' NBA ST HOUR AND BB FORGOTTEN." Prraldeat WNitw Wltaw, tm at la tret i DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY VOLUME CLAYTON. NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY. IIECEMIIER IS, IS1H. NUMBRR SI SERIOUS US FIRST BELIEVED SFERRU FOR BLPPLIES HERSELF A.ACK1NU FOOD AND MUNITIONS SHE CANNOT GIVE AID TO ENEMY EVEN .W SHE MAKES PEACE illeíure the ver changing kadelio rcope of Russian events as revealed from day to day, prediction must fal ter and grow pnle. Neve.- has revolu- years at Archangel because they could not be moved. Transportation conditions In France are bad. In Germany they are worse. In Russia they are In a state o...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 December 1917

Page Two THE CLAYTON NEWS Fair and Square jf 4 OUR 1918 CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CLUB STARTS MONDAY December 7 I rt tí a hi You can, by systematically depositing a small amount weekly, accumulate enough money in 50 weeks to meet your expen ses daring the holidays, or for any other purpose you may have in mind. lecome a Depositor in this big popu lar movement to encourage thrift- Benefit yourself. Set a good example for others--It will prove wonderfully educaticnal-It will teach them the value of money til OUR CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CLUB HAVE YOUR CHILDREN ENROLL Is open for ENROLLMENT. Everybody is invited to take advantage of this easy and sensible plan to save money-There are no restrictions-Old and young Men, Women, Boys and Girls-Babies included-are welcome. The Firrst Deposit Makes You a member -There Are No Extra Charges Nor Expense. It will teach them to do banking-It will show them how to save money Perhaps start them on the road to success We want your co-operation-We want your influen...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 December 1917

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