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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 9 February 1918

s PageEight THE CLAYTON NEWS Fair and Square 3 ON DISPLAY " K1RSCHBAUM CLOTHES :-: ADVANCE SHOWING FOR SPRING :-: GUARANTEE When you buy a Kirschbaum Suit you are get tin" an all-wool, shrunk before made, sewed with silk thread, will hold its color and shape. Prices: $16.50, $13.00, $20.00, up to $45. BRASSIERS The new ones and the best Style and Quality-All prices 35c up to $.50 ON DISPLAY ? LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR :-: THE NEW AND LATEST STYLES :-: BEST QUALITY Now on display. There will be new Ladies' Ready-to Wear Garments arriving by- every Express. Watch our show windows for the display of new goods. GOSSARD CORSETS Guaranlecd To fit and give you sat isfactory wear. One Gos sard and it is your friend. Prices: $2.00 up to $10. READY - TO . WEAR for MEN, WOMEN, BOYS and GIRLS Complete In Every Detail WA DEPARTMENT Everything Needed By the Farmer We s J H-f XLTL ii-fi want you to make this store your store. Wlirre ni will ilwun le oleóme, nml liere ou III ulnj Hnd Jul hnt ou mini. (...

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. — 16 February 1918

The plato beaa has beca recognised HOMitl sentir'. SAMw mm0M Iá - - Ílllp l--?V DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY 11 1 1 1 If .l'v VOLUME XI CLATTOK, NEW MBXIC, SATIRDAY, I KHHIARV 16. 11H ; ,' , ( j .- H ÍX Ul TO BUY AE BEAMS AK CIS. MET Village Trustees Grant Us A Community Flag The. Community Flag petition was submitted to tha City Council at their meeting Tuesday night and recelv d their unanimous endorsement. Ac cordiag to the preamble of the peti tion the Board has agreed to furnish , the material for the flag pole and grants permission to the cltlsens do nating to the fund the right to erect sam- at the intersection of Main and First streets. It is presumed that the 'ity is prepared to furnish the pole material at any time. About 1125.00 is now pledged on the petition for erecting the pole and pur chasing appropriate flags. It Is fig ured that $150.00 or 1 176.00 is neces sary for this work, and the petition will have to be passed...

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. — 16 February 1918

'V.dofl'l.-III T.'-l II Page Two THE CLAYTON NEWS Fair and Square MUST CUT WHEAT CONSUMPTION IN HALF OR DO WITHOUT, SAYS ELY: TIME FOR INDULGENCE IN WHITE FLOUR PAST A' FACE the FACTS LET faco tho facts. The war situation is critical. Unless the Allien fight as they never yet have fouRht, defeat threatens. Hungry men cannot fight at their best; nor hungry nations. France, England, and Italy are going hungry unless we feed them. Wheat Savings They must have wheat. It the best food to fight on. It is the easiest to ship. We alone can spare it to them. By saving just a little less than a quarter of what we ate last year we can support those who are fighting our battles. And we can do it without stinting ourselves. We have only to substitute another food just as good. The Corn of Plenty Corn is that food. There's a surplus of it. Providence has been generous in the hour of our need. It has given us corn in such bounty as was never known before. Tons of corn. Train loads of corn. Five hu...

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. — 16 February 1918

Fair and Square THE CLAYTON NEWS Page Three pWW up) fp M 9 "J WW W W r i IPJ TTeTuLlETiFBwrd .. I Business Directory .'. HILL BRO I HERS COAL. ICE AND TRANSFER COMPANY TELEPHONE 5ÍC Clayton, New Mexico ÜARM NEWS OF TIMELY INTEREST I Authoritative Clippings from Our Exchanges U J BUYING CHEAP SEED A WASTE OF TIME AND MONEY: LOCAL i SEEDMEN WEIL SUPPLIED WITH ALL SUITABLE VARIETIES ii flaannnsBcnasncca The VILLAGE CRIER . A Column of Opportunities . . ILS: One word; one lime; one cut. ..me mitl it. Mil. ,v coiiiiit-d. Ml nis (tu iiitlc in ml i uni t' . "i mt a i j i ', -) "i t l.T J. ,.ST line b'.ack overcoat, almost new rl.iccd iy niis'i.ke in wrong car 'lease leave at icwj of lice and re- W.M. LESL1E,M.D. PHYSICIAN AM) SUU'JUON Over Dean's Bakery CHARLTON BLDO. THONE 232 clayto' new Mexico OK. C. K. KKI.I Kit llenliM Over I lean's Hakery llfflrr Pbrar IIMH Clartea COL. J. V SOWERS I Write roe at Seneca or Phone ! me at Wanette for Dates. Commission one per cent I Satisfaction Guaran...

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. — 16 February 1918

Pege Four TII CLAYTON NEWS Fair' áhcí.'Squarr (fllaytnu Nema rial fae Twa OiMii. OMclal ts f Vmtmm Omtr CHAS. r. H7THKH9 HIGI Ktfltor, Owt PafelUker ONK IHMXR rtM IBAH red aa Beoond Claaa matter Octo kr t. Hot. at tha poatoRlea at Clayton. N. M., under tha Act of March t. HTt. Katnrday, Krl.ro ry in, 1IS. 0j LAG N A I P P E 1 Ijrood"" I TUB ODD MKASl'RK Br "BaerW 1 KHimmiiniimitniinximiiiiiitimiiiiuintjiiiiMiniiiDimimii XOT TIIK PKOPLES' KAILT f t h- Wind t In íí'í;:vt . ;.; .'!,. Hflc'S to tlie J : 1 II Xwi jit North, Win ii we meet "i France; May thi; spirit of ilraiU be tli. in iH When tin; F'.tis i.f th.' North Valirc. llclt'h to the :ray KIsmJ .South, Wliwi we irn ft on Kr:uict' ; May tin; spirit of I.e. niU SOUS of fel,S Of 111.. th.' .(Us l.o ov.r them IDrl't When tin vanee. Here's to ;ib one, When we France; May the spirit all Whin th.- ,..ri va nr.e. th. uth a.l- lilue aii.l tlo: Cray .11 tilo fields o f oil he i,i i-r th. in f tin- Flag -An nmnyntis SOMKIIODY WILL Tl:l.l. ...

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. — 16 February 1918

Fsir and Square TllE CLAYTON NEWS Page Fiie - - tin Ért s,,i é ni tu iíé n. ,i a, J i j in! tu -i ii maamm mm mté - - - , aj You Can Help the Kiddies Have Money for Xmas Children like to "remember" their parents and their friends on Christmas. But they don't like to ask for money to do it. You can help jjour children prepare for next Christmas by having them join our Christmas Savings -Club now. By helping the children in this manner, you also help yourself. Money saved now, when saving is easy, is money you will not be asked to spend when your fundís are lighter. QUJe Pay Good Interest on Jilt Club Deposits m The STATE BANK OF COMMERCE Clayton, New Mexico TUB ROLL OF IIOSOR BARK iiaiaMiZ3 SERVICE CAR-Day or Night at the ELECTRIC GARAGE PHONE 87 KBS5sssase1eaaaajaaaa 1 Hw -3-: Abstracts A Specialty THE CLAYTON ABSTRACT CO. INCORPORATE O Clayton; M. P. HAR VYJUgr. New Mexico Phone 223 V To Owners of Ford Cars Tka Far Mate CeatBaay, ( Da trait, aaaolatea aa areaariy reereeat Fara late...

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. — 16 February 1918

M ., ':ir- Page Six THE CIJVYTON NEWS Fair and Square in tiik VNrrir.o utati; district COURT DISTRICT OK ÜKW MKXICO la the Matter mt Itelfla KiiUm, a Baakrapt. Naaktf 213 la llankrapter NOTICK OF FINAL IlKAKlNd To the creditor, of Uclfin Ksplnona, Bankrupt. Notice Is hereby Riven that on the Uth. day of AuK-unt. 1)17. Frank O. Hiue. trustee of the estate of the above named bankrupt, riled his final account In the above entitled matter, contain ing a detailed statement of the admin istrating of aald wuate; that the nnal tneotiiiK of the creditors of ald bank rupt will he held at the office of Hukto Senbcri;. K'ifcree In Bankruptcy, In tho City of liatón. County of Colfax, State of New Mexico, on tho 27th. day of February, A. I. 1 9 1 !. ut ten o'clock In tho fun-noon, at whih time the credit ora of nuil bankrupt may attend, ex amine the llnul account of said trustee, with HU !i mi i t thereto, filed um afore said, object tu the confirmation thereof and tranpart such cthor business as...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 February 1918

Fair and Square TIIE CLAYTON NEWS IN THK DISTRICT COIRT STATE of NEW MEXICO ) ( -ss lOUNTY of UNION ) Ricardo Gomales, plaintiff versus ) Cause No. Jpjm IÍ. Brooks, et al. ) J ISO to J Defendants ) Quiet Title Section '11, Township IS IT., Ranee 34 E.. N. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make Three Tear Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Register and Receiv er, United States iand Office, at Clay ton, New Mexico, on the Ith. day of March, 1Í18. Claimant names as witnesses: Wallace Law, Leo Law and George Law all of Clapham, N. M., and Char-.y Page Seven NOTICE BY PUBLICATION The following named defendants nnd . J. Spore, of Thomas, S. M. -uch of them.towlt: John B. Brooks, ' PAZ VAVERDE. otherwlso known as John B. Brook, ' Feb. 2-March 2, 18 Kc:isicr. Francolina A. Brooks, Charles B. Brooks, " . , .., otherwise known as Chas. B. Brooks.' NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION otherwise known as Charles B. Brook, Henry C. Terry, Albert W. Thompson, Ulcente G...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 February 1918

Page Esto' nizcuYTon kecs Fair and Square t l..n...if;r "Ready-to-Wear" Our Specialty OTTO-JOHNSON MERCANTILE .CO. "Ready-to-Wear" Our Specialty MEW SPRING GOODS Every time you enter Our Store you see new goods .7 LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR .7 The most complete line you have ever been able to look at in any town twice this size. Dresses, Waists, Skirts, Suits and Coats. Any Price-Any Color. QUEEN QUALITY SHOES FOR LADIES' Lo W The latest styles and colors of Ladies' Shoes and Boots are here. The Latest Colors and best Quality. Prices: $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 up to $15.00 fe pif KIRSCHBAUM CLOTHES The kind that is all wool-Guaranteed to fit and give you your money's worth. New Spring Suits are now on Display. Prices: $16.50, $18.00, $20.00 up to $40.00 EDWIN CLAPP SHOES FOR MEN J The only shoe of this class handled in Clayton. The men who want the highest class shoes in Clayton wear the Edwin Clapp Shoes. Come in and let us show you.' WEN S' !R U R IN ISHIIN GS The mosl complete line of Mens'...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 23 February 1918

5 ;.e 1 V J' rirn iuf " DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY 5 VOLIUIÜ XI - CLATTON. NEW MEXICO, ATl'RDAY, FEHRl'ARY SS, 118. In m n it i nr. wm THOUSAND D OLLAR BUSINESS BUILDING TO Bl ERECTED AT CORKER OF MAIN AN D FIRST STREETS 'ROUND the VILLAGE :: . WITH 'SHERM' :: . ; 'W. 8. S, Li vingtoii "N. Tnylor,'--of Brownsville, Teiin., who was here several daya last month visiting Dr., Chilton, hug return ed to Clayton and associated himself with Judge O. T. Toombs In the practice 'if his profession. The new firm name In Toombs and Taylor. The Judge nays j it's Bolt of funny to be bo closely as sociated with a democrat but that Taylor's" politics doVt seem tu affect Mia ability as an attorney. W. 8. 8. ' ' . Clell Baker, of Lulling-. Texas, and Misa Iflubelle Potter, o' Folsoin, were itiletly married hero Wednesday eve ning. The groom 1 a promlnnnt young lanchman of the I'nnhandle country. The bride, who. has made her homo for the past few yea...

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. — 23 February 1918

Fair and Situare Irape Two TI IE OAYTOrí KEWS Y- Se 26, pumo Twp and Range, thence Twp and Range, we need a amaal cul- road running: thru Ms plnr kut flo weal one mile to the SK corner of c bert. Mr Hillflker aya that he will not want two roada am It will cut hia SÁ 2 ..: 1 $1195 F. O. B. DETROIT ' There it inflexible logic in the fixing of that price for the Maxwell dosed car. The Dumoie of the Maxwell builders "Was to strike the MIDDLE LINE of ab- ai j soiuie.vaiue. '.. v Thev have done an with afiantifú? -- uracy. . The Maxwell closed cars have grace, o beauty, comfort, efficiency, durability, '"" economy and standard equipment, But, if built to sell for less than $ 1 1 95 -i'.wone or. the other of these would be ' 4 lacking. . On the other hand, for a higher price ?ou could get only larger size or fancier urnishlngs not any greater VALUE or finer "class." ' "TT- :. ...L-i L !. aa; J Jl- June. f -r . p'iJ FiPaittngtr SrUuu, $1195; Six-Vaisenger 7 tun Car. I . fo. r.u.;.. r.....i ...

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. — 23 February 1918

Fair and Square TIIE CLAYTON NEWS Page Three BULLETIN Doard H . rA ZQumess Directory . '. ' n f t r ri 1a a Ka Continued from Vmgm Tm c HILL BROTHERS COAL, ICE UNO TRANSFER CQKPMY TELEPHONE 5EC r Clayton, New Mexico W.M. LESLIE, M.D. PflYSTCIAN ANU SURGKON. . Over Dean's Bakery CHARLTON BLDQ. PHONE 232 CLAYTON NEW MEXICO. DR. a E. KELLER Dentist Over Dean's Bakery Odie Fheae loSB Cllw I COL. J. A. SOWERS Aaetleneer Write roa at Seneca or Phone me at Wanette for Dates. Commission one per cent -' Satisfaction Guaranteed 1 St6 g. c smith FOR REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE CONTEST CASES HANDLED EFFICIENTLY Office in First Nat'I Bank Cldfl. Í anj 7, Twp 25 N., Range 34 K . pro viding the two miU' a of road running north and south between Seis 1 and:!. It and 1!, Twp 25 N., Range 33 H, aro cloned. Also Mr. Hltlflker naya be will rlaim damage for a distance of one and one half miles of road running between Seca 2 ni..l II'. 1 and 12, I and 2, eleven and twci, Twp 25 N. Range 33 K, prvldlng the ...

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. — 23 February 1918

(ilaitmt.Nctufl Otrtriml Fmpr ef Taara at Clartea Ofletal Papar ( tlalaa Oeamtx .lardar, Frbraary 2X. 1P1B. Page F( our THE CLAYTON NEWS Fair and Square CHAS. r. IÜTHBBI IIIGU Ealtor, Oner aad Pasllahcr ONU DOLLAR 1101 ItlAR Batered Second Claaa matter Octo bar II, ISM, at tha poatofflea at Clayton, N. VL, under tba Act of March t. 117. Our efficiency expert may be an effi ciency expert. If lack of power and light and water prove efficiency, then the gentleman la the greatest little, ex pert now oxpcrtlnff in the entire world The common old water bucket 1 becoming a populor veBHOl In Clayton It is nn Inspiring sight to see the dignified and the undignified crowd the water supply at tlio C & S tank. Aqua pura is evidently nn absolute necessity and tho town of Clayton is in a h 11 of u tlx. Uon't "cubs" the railroad pro pie. The Citizens of Cody, Wyoming, head ed by Mrs. W. K. Cody, widow of Huf falo Kill, founder of the place, have placed patriotism ahead of rtuntiment. At tho su...

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. — 23 February 1918

Fair and Square THE CLAYTON NEWS Page Hfc AÜÍT - GOElNBEFORE T1HE- jl; v NAME GOES:' OH ' if ; The DROUTH-RESIST-ING SEED. gA fairy tale with a grain of truth ::: ONCR I POV A TIME, war back ta he day when the Redman and the Buffa lo rated the plain of Kana and New Mexleo, a healthy little plant, arrow ing from a certain Tlr Seed, aoddiOK In the aunKhlne of the far I2at heard a tory that made It quake with fear. It aiaatrr, a irreat' white man wan telling anoterr man how in the far Wf it tribe of Indian, herds of Buf falo and other wild animal went tramping over Kreat level atretche of prairie dctroylntr plant-life with care lew abandon. The thot of the hiir rait fence that protected It from the dcnth-drallne hoof of tattle a d llorau and AVI Id Ileaat coinfortri (he little Tiny Plant. "How terrible It tniiHt be," Tiny Plant whlnpered t ttnelf, "to lie planted way oat there tn that v, "(I and dnnajeroua country vlirrc every dny tm danger of being trampled nailer fjot or eaten nllve....

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. — 23 February 1918

P-,n:e Six HIE CLAYTOri tllvIS Fair and Square hOTICB OP LETTI SO The l.osrd of. County Commissioners txr tho County of Union, In the State ot New Mexico, will, on the Ith. day of April, A. D. 1918, consider bija for the furnishing of tho following materials, to wit: 214 feet of It in. I-beams 43 ft long. 12S feet of 12ln. I-beams 2S ft. long. 100 feet of S.i In. "I" by t by 6-11 Angle 25 feet long. 16? feet of !H x 1-12 x i-lt Angle 42 feet long, 24 feet of 4 x 4 x 6-1 Angle 4 feet long; 12 ft. of 4x4x5-14 Angle 4 feet long, ISO feet 12 In. I-beams 30 ft. long, 120 feet of iVk x -l An gle 20 ft. long, 24 feet of 4 X 4 X 6-1 Angle 4 ft. long; also one elxty foot x It foot Rlvlted Trues Brldg. Healed bids upon the above bridge materials may be filed with the Coun ty Clerk of Union County at any time after the first publication hereof and before the aboe date of opening such bids, which will be done at the Court House In said above County and State on the said tth. day of April, 1918 ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 23 February 1918

Fair and Square mi claytc:m;ews I V THH DISTRICT COURT Page Seven ífATB of NEW MEXICO ) ToUNTY of UNION ) IHrardo Gomales, plaintiff ) - versus ) Causa No. JQu B. Brooks, et al. ) 2180 to Defendants ) Quiet Title NOTICM BT PUBLICATION The following named defendants find men of them.towlt: John B. Brooks, otherwise known as John B. Brook, Francolina A. Brooks. Charles B. Brooks, -thrwl known as Chas. B. Brooks, otherwise known as Charles B. Brook, Henry C. Terry, Albert W. Thompson, Ilioento' Garcia, Isabellta de Baca, Ma lla Anita Gallegos, Francisco Romero, the unknown heirs of E. M. Calila, do- ' censed, and all unknown claimants of interest in the premises (said premises being; the real estate hereinafter de scribed) adverse to the plaintiff, and .11 of them ara hereby notified that a suit has been commenced In tha Dis trict Court of the Eighth Judicial Dis trict of the State of New Mexico, and County of Union, being cause No. 8180, by the plaintiff, to quiet title to cer tain tr...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 23 February 1918

Page Etht ? TI IE CLYTO:i HEWS Fair and Square . i .i i i- "Ready-to-Wear" Our Specialty O TTO-j OHNSON MERCANTILE GO. "Ready-to-Wear" Our Specialty Spring: I J OSS' Annou Opeiiig Doeme it Watch this space for spring openiug announce ment. You will be well paid Once in your life you will see a real opening in Clayton. JA11 de partments will be complete. Labies' ready-to-wear department- Men's and Boy's department-- Piece goods, or Drygoods department Complete In Every Detail HARDWARE DEPARTMEN Everything Needed By the Farmer OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT "Where SERVICE Rules" COTTOLENE Large size .... $2.50 CANNED PEAS Standard Early June .15 Extra Fancy " .20 Extra Sifted Tiny ,22 V2 STRING BEANS Green cut, per canl?1 Dozen cans, $1.45' Case, 2 dozen, $2.75 KRAUT 3 lb. Van Camps .16 2-3 Doz. Cans $1.85 WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CAR OF DODGE AUTOS ft m if ft The minimum first cost and minimum per mile are the essentials most sought after to day in the selection of a high grade motor car. Dod...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 March 1918

Wltfl tilC gpyemmCllt mthCai '" '"" Mosquero last Hcptombor; AV.irnviri'í Cerhftrrti hrírl i ' Tl-ir.fr famn e-.úo ilim U Lvl fC tlL r 'í . .1 i I'-. ' L' J?l'''- - o" -w ....i uiuiiiu íkaiuo uuu uic iuiai uudi uiuce ior weeK enninv. v yj. today totaled $2,017.06. The record for the state for any week since the sale started. - s DflTITTn 'm fin? ;i;rrrccr nr rvi'n -fTfnn..in - "J 1 ' LVvAi''.!'.' , 1 "'" - - - ii-AVU m m m i ...... . " wvu t iíjv' ,1MJ UPBUILDING imlTJfli COMMUNITY ' k "JlBllf f : fcrtfttft VI I H - LATTox.xEWMKXico, mninií, mírch j, kih. 2,VV7. Ms, to TTKD THR RE CROSS I)A.CR AT IAYIS FISHER II ALL, MARCH mi EUÍT0N SCHOOL CHILDREN -..RECEBE SAYHG STAMPS A tii result of a War Having and 'thrift movement Introduced Into the jubito schools last week the pupil of na varlou grades are Investías their jibmIU or large, savings, tn the govern sent War Bating and Thrirt H lamps. 'Twenty-flv pupil In th achools are now the owner of Baby Bond,' and evonty-five are the owner o...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 March 1918

Page Two THE CLAYTON KEVS Fair and Square la the Dlatrlrt (.'.art ml t alca Coaatr, New Mrxlca. Manurl Mmm and Jonefitu l Mirrn. I'lulntllTn. va. The -ln y ton I-anil and In vestment Company, corpora tion orKitnlted. existing and oIiir bunlnenH under and by virtue of the lnwa of the State of New Mexico, Thomas H. Holland Company, Holland, wife of Thomas K 'loltand. if livlnK. If dead. ier unknown heirs, Marcel lus I. Harrison and wife, Harrison, if living, if dead, her unknown helrp, Holland, wife of Joseph S. Holland, If livlnK. if dead. No. 3231. her unknown heirs, George A. Bushnell and wife, Bushnell, If living. If dead, her unknown heirs, the. Uni ted Ilcalty Company, a cor poration organised, exist ing and doing business un der and by virtue of the laws of the State of New M'lco Tetro Miera de Haca atyl wife, de Baca, if liv ing, if dead, her unknown heirs. I'etrlto M. de Haca and wife, de Baca, if living, if dead, her unknown heirs, Thomas 8. Holland. Chnrles M. Perrln, Marce...

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. — 2 March 1918

Eaay Fa ra Losas See U. E. Dodion, -.PaM 233 or l.tl, tnaytoa, ft". M. 8ff Fair and Square THE CLAYTON NEWS Page Three he BULLETIN Board . . A Dullness Directory .'. m h n n ri r ñ h h h HILL BROTHERS COAL, ICE AND TRANSFER COXPAXT TELEPHONE' 58C Clayton New Mexico 1 RM NEWS OF TIMELY INTERE Authoritative Clippings from Our Exchanges " ' 6m 1 W.M. LESLIE, M.D. PHYSICIAN AND 8UKOEON. Over Dean's Bakery CHARLTOM BI.DO. PHONE 132 CLAYTON NEW MEXICO. DR. C E. KELLEII Dentist Over Dean's Bakery oan Fkoao 101B CUrtM COL. J. A. SOHXRS Aaetteaeer WrRe me at Seneca or Phone ma at Wanett for Dates. Commission on per cent Satisfaction Guaranteed w. b. s. - KEW ZEALAND FLAT IV I .N ION tOlMTl t V. S. S. j The next crop to lump. It I tho hon est opinion of tho Newsman, will be flax. The price In high now and will ffo higher as wool becomes scarser and cotton more difficult to obtain thru a more general use of linen for wearing: apparel. Flax growers In other parts of the country are receiving as...

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