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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 March 1918

Nntorday, Mnrrh S, 101 r----! - Page Four THE CLAYTOii IiEVS Fair and Square BUYS W A STIKA CO AL AND. HELP THE RED CROSS On every ton of Coal orderecl during the month of March we will give 25 cents to the local Red Cross. mhw This Applies Only to Full Ton Orders P P P .1 Slit GHaytmt Nwib eTtelal Paper et Tewa ef Claylea Ofaelal Paper at TJalea Oeaaty i. C. SMITH. Owarr aad K4I(T I'.DGAR ftllKllMAX, "The Kewaataa" ONU DOLLAR I'KH YEAR Entered 8)cond Clan matter Octo ber IJ, 110. at the poetóme at Clayton, N. M., under tha Act of March t. 187. ADIOS AV. K. Kvorylioily I.ii'jks it. Kor Fix lnnK years nnd tit- Ti hniiiu w piloted The Neu-H. Yt iUc rdny, Mnreh lnt, for ii neat iinull sum of rindy cash vo surrendered the Haul nnd our ti tles of Owner, l'ubliHher ntitl Kditor, to State Senator C. ('. Smith. Senator Smith will -f.iitinu.j the business -at the fame location, m.d we hope in a man ner confoi inl itr m itli iur humble, jiast Cjlduavors. .At bast it will I ileum tralle. Tho N...

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. — 2 March 1918

Piúr and Square T1!E CLAYTOri NEWS Page Fiie Si ! ni IPX . hi WWW. W I MM Si (SÍES 4 tJt M TT3 erra .101 lili i; . IV Vi ( if K I POX A T1MK, iiy bnrk In tUe flnya km (hp llrduinn and he Huffn lo rulrd tn pinina vt Knnana and Xfiv . Mexico, n healthy lllll plant, troYT IniC from n rerdilu Tin SrrA, nod din ir in the atinahine of the far Hunt hrnril n atorjr thnt mndr it quake nltk frar. lia Miaater, a grrat whita mnn was telling; anotes r man how in the far Wmt trlliea of Indiana, lirrda of Daf fnlo nnd oihrr wild nnlniala went trantnlnxr over (trrnt level trelrhe of prntrle deatrojinic plnnl-llfe with rnre leaa abnndon. The thot of the llx rail fenee thnt liroteetrcf It from the dvnth-df nlfnir hoof of t'nttle nnd llorara and Wild Henal comforted the little Tiny riant. 'How terrible It miiat lie," Tln Plunt whlapcrrd to Itaelf, "to lie planted way out there In. that wild and dnanceroux country where every day la dnna-er of brina" trampled under foot or eaten ii live. Kone of my chi...

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. — 2 March 1918

ace Six THE CLAYTON KEYS Fair and Square NOTICE OP LETTING Toe Jktrd of County Commissioners fir tlio County of Union. In the Btto o( New Mexico, will, on the 8th. day of April, A. D. 1918, consider bija for Che furnishing oí he following materials, to wit: 210 feet of II In. I-beam 41 ft. Ion. 11$ feet of 121n. 1-beams 26 ft. Ionic. 100 feet of 3V4 In. "1" by i by S-1Í Angle 25 feet long, 168 feet of IV4 x 2 1-12 x 6-1 Angle 42 feet long, 24 feet of 4 x 4 x B-1Í Angle 4 feet long; 22 ft. of 44x5-1 Angle 4 feet long, 150 feet 12 In. I-beams 30 ft. long, 120 feet of 3V4 x 6-16 An gle 30 ft. long, 24 feet of 4 x 4 x G-lt Angle 4 ft. long: also one sixty foot x If foot Rlvlted Truss Bridg. Sealed 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 above date of opening such bids, which will be done at the Court1 House In said above County and State! on the said 8th. day of April, 1918 I ...

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. — 2 March 1918

Fair and Square THE CLAYTON ííEYS Page Seven NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION C. W. B. Bryan, OeoigO H. Ciinntniy Depastment of the Interior, U. & nd ham and Stanley Arnett, all of Mom, Office at Clayton. New Mexico, Jan- N. M., and Kelly Key, tjf Grandvlew, wary 21, 1918. ' New Mexico. Notice is hereby given that Andrew PAZ VALVERDE J. Newton, of Pasamonte, New Mexico, lb. March . 'lí. Register who, on December 17, 1914. made Home (ad Entry, Kerlal No. 018992, for 8K 'iSWU, 8 BE 14, Section 8, and NV4- NW1-4. NHNE1-4 and 8W14NEU, Seo- NOTICB ron PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office at Clayton. New Mexico, Jan- Ion 17. Townehlp 2S N., Ranee 10 E., u"- H. . , V. m. I. Meridian, haa filed notice of Notice ta hereby riven that John W. utentlon to make Three Year Proof to Daniel, of Kephart. New Mexico, who. ItabtUh claim to the lard above dea- on "ay 8. and January 2. 1918. made rlbcd, befor United States Commission- ' Homestead Entries, Serial Noa. 019118 r Jerry W. For...

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. — 2 March 1918

Page Eight THE CLAYTOII ISYS Fair and Square "Ready-to-Wear" Our Specialty OTTO-JOHNSON MERCANTILE. CO. "Ready-to-Wear" Our Specialty BUSTER BROWN AND HIS DOG TIGE wiii HOLD A RECEPTION WEDNESDAY, "APRIL 16, 1918 AT 3 O'CLOCK P. M. IN FRONT OF OTTO-JOHNSONS STORE SOUVENIRS WILL BE GIVEN TO THE CHILDREN -'Sfi E- HARDWARE DEPARTMENT Everything Needed By the Farmer LOOK A BIG SPECIAL IN SYRUPS. LOG CABIN SYRUP Large can - 85cts. Medium can - 45cts. Small can - 20cts. DUNBAR'S SUGAR HOUSE SYRUP A pure syrup-gal. 90cts. ; UNCLE SAM SOR-GHUM-A Substitute, Vl gallon cans 40cts. 1 gallon cans QOcts EVE RYB O D Y ' S CANE SYRUP I Gallon cans 80cts. TRAOTORS! WE ARE HANDLING THE AVERY TRACTORS A TRACTOR THAT IS NOT IN THE EXPERIMENTAL STAGE Inr the AVERY TRACTOR you get a fine combination of Power and Speed. Avery Motors develop an un usual amount of Power, more of the power: developed by the motor is delivered to the draw bar. Every Avery Tractor have demonstrated themselves to be economical...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 9 March 1918

Start Over the Top" with Guy Erapey in the News of March 23 Ths gripping story of the war, the most thrilling story of the day; in serial form in the News. Don't miss the opening chapters. TUB NEWS stands for the -vla-oroar proeecntloa at tha war against militarism the elimination of all fads and imwuatr -war movements! (or drmocraey, and against all Jlagolim ii it II ETilTTninl I i 0 aTí1 SbL, sñL aÍ i AT r 1 Lñ DF. VOTE II the Interest f gcod eltlseashla) aa te the apballdlna- o( a larger and better Clayton and Unto Cuaaty. Official paper ( tha Clayton dlafrlct Land OffUe and of Union County .11 11 VOLUMN ELEVEN Nt'MBER KIEVEN Clayton, New Mexico, March 9, 1 9 1 8 v,. SUBSCRIPTION HATS 111.00 PER YGATI GOVERNMENT MAY GALL FOR UNION COUNTY PINTO BEANS WITHIN WEEK GERMAN PHOTOGRAPH OF BOCHES FIGHTING IN SHELL HOLES - .-.' -.VX- :!' W v.-v! v .. " : 7Í :-;. V . ,- ................ .... . rw ... .... .... , ( ; . s ;-' . . , - .' .-.ti-1" - 4 I :-.,.:.- : ji. . :v - .. ' '- ... . ' ' ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 9 March 1918

THE CLAYTON NEVS This paper has enlisted with the fovernmcnt in the cause of America for the period of the war ra i rz ri r r n ti m n 1 FIERCEST OF FIGHTERS 1 .. "V . I" YA '" ' " 5 - tl - ' A r . A- V1- ttjft Tli I'niicli t-olouials are i ir 'I hi lily tin- í1wvm . lighters iii tho l'ri'ii' li mu.. The i-iiiiiiiix nl tiny rule fear them more limn Mi.Mhing else on eiirlh. It is Siilil tlinl these "colored jjeninii n" never take a prisoner. Frost Bitten. 1 1 o r I1 Mueller, it young fJ vil engi neer of Richmond, whose work carries 111 iu in tin- country ami in nssix lutlon vltli a poo J nniny fariiM-iw, tolls thU story: Ills nioilicr toiil Mm t he on the lookout for imy laru'ains ilio farm er mlglit offer Mm. While driving uloiig t lie roa'j ihid ilay In his car lie nolk-fd n sign on the fence which renil, "Take home nil the pumpkins you vunt free." Mueller thought to him self, "Here Is a fanner after my own heart, who Is not a tightwad!" He ant three of the larst pumpkins lie eonhj...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 9 March 1918

TIIE CLAYTON NEWS. (.EARNING TO MEND THEIR OWN BOOTS '-' V - ! .,. .. of Dallas, Tex. J Ebert It Blcktngham of Pensacola, ria.; Harry E. Holder of Denver, Colo, and Michael J. Delia lloco of Schenectady, N. Y. And the list gives promise of growing steadily. JACKIES MUST. SPRUCE UP ThoM Given 8here Leave Mutt Properly Dressed and Must Have Money. Be Great Lakes, HI. Orders Issued by Lieut. Cora. A. C Wllhelm. drill officer, specify thiit Jackles granted shore leave hereafter shall wear only regula tion blue clothes and "pancake" hat. The order bars the following: Gray, brown and blue nonregulntlon sweat ers and mufflers. Such articles of clothing may be worn If fucked out of sight under regulation garments. Watch caps are barred. Under another order no man may go ashore "broke." He must convince his commanding officer that he has enough cash to take him to and from the station. The clothing order Is the result of many jackles appearing In Chicago and ! other nearby cities In nondescr...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 9 March 1918

loa only nennlno Ford-mada materlala and ehar(1 recular Ford prices. Tu'.l la Uaa aenice no aro alvlas to Ford owoe Material Vorkmanshlp Frlcea, the ataadard each fuarantced. AVfcea your Ford car aceda atteatloa, brlas Ti aorrto III manda I aerrteo I THE CLAYTON NEWS BUY SWASTIKA COAL AND HELP THE RED CROSS N On every ton of Coal ordered during the month or March we will give 25 cents to the local Red Cross. This Applies Only to Full Ton Orders i- Miss l.ii. i SchcrrtiMe who him been Karl Viiiiilruff. the rural currier on iiiplii.vfit hi the Si.ite Hank of t'om- lioutcs 2 and 8 has resinned on ne nien e fni tin I'.-iRt two yens, li ft Hat- cnunt of the. daft. J. I. Urown has been tirday for 1 1 r home la Hamilton, Colo ai'iolnlcd to take his place. ni the u:n:ir mu I (! VII.I.AÍ.SC HII H" n.him'i X I f t 'swuuonin &5 The Superiority of Our Mill Work n :t !.'(ivli'i)ir('i cva liy our !-trpii;:cl cninpeliliirs. It !i M- :! phnv in 1 1 1 - (i.ninn nf rnir many rulnm- t . 'Mir lartf...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 9 March 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS Cwi wm s ws Wt ssnst WW it" (WW .HbSI W áU fc isVfls INÉS 4sWl 4Mb Ism rissÉ Ml HMM Mssfl Val 1 The 'BULLETIN Board If . '. A Business Directory . HILL BROTHERS CDAL, ICE UNO TRANSFER COKPAKY TELEPHONE 58C Clayton, New Mexico W.M. LESLIE, M.D. riíYSICIAN AND SUKQEON. Over Dean's Bakery CHARLTON BLDQ. THONE 32 CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO. DIl. C. E. KELLER Dentist Over Dean's Bakery Office Phone 101D . Claytos I? F7 ARM NEWS OF TIMELY MERE " Authoritative Clippings from Our Exchanges- &rpa r?ni yin Ar.r; tdicp . '. Í Column of Opportunities n h h h n m h r h. HATES: One word; one time: oiib rent, .ainc nuil address tounli'tl. All ads payable in ndvnntr. M fra fi rj a ti t-i í H n Time for Contracting Beans Extended for a Few Weeks ECONOMICAL RATIONS FOR ALL LIVE STOCK W. B. LUlM Plumbing and Heating Clayton N. M. COL. J. A. SOWERS Auctioneer Write roe' at Seneca or Phone me at Wanette for Dates. Satisfaction Guaranteed For All Auctioneer work Col. George Goodyear 30 year...

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. — 9 March 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS BUILDING ONE OF AMERICA'S IMMENSE VICTORY-BEARERS "J I v- w - i i i - -jr--' 5 l Western Swfper t'ntn THE EKLUND HOTEL Steam Heated and Electric Lighted ROMS, $1.03 TO $1.50 MEftLS. 25C TO 75C first Class Restaurant Open Day and Night . tall Fea All Trains ' ' ., Clayton, IN. VY. trooi (.,.. of the h.m.vns- frrKl,t..s b.-ln built for the United' States ov.rum.'it to carry rapilk-B rond to our m.. Ti.u . i. nnHv rnmniptP.1. iind there tire hundreds of others In the many ytirdu Uiroun- uui un i in ti . , , . , . . ... ,. ivi,u,i . ,, frofiiis nnd tunnlles. oter- out the l lilted states. .Many snips nre ocm nuiu, uui om. - - - - - . , sens. Skilled workmen are bring formed Into n huge Industrial nrmy under the department of labor and each worker will receive a certificate and a button showing him to be a volunteer in this work upon which directly rests the fate of world-wide democracy. LORRY BOGGS WRITES OF UFE IN UNCLE SAM'S NAVY MONEY Oklahoma Farm TO LOAN Mortgage C...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 9 March 1918

tiltil Tira, aaa Maaha al THE CLAYTON NEWS v ?.A'SKA V-s3 BEST IN THE LONG RUN i-WI :,', I !" wu.i V,3 1 I'V'-, -r ih.:-.S Z. .- ' J '. it3 IV- Tested Warriors of the Road t 1! ' ,:Ti.' HE soldier must be tried in Uie fcre of battle to be ' tested soldier; the tire must be tried in the f:re of the road test to be a tested tire. warriors im V ..-.v , .,, f T-V .-'.,., .:: f , ; r f vs ' ' la, 5t H'Vr S .x' 'Ci'i't'ídr '" '"' i! I: 1.1: j,t: ..'j iV :' rw" -. '.- t i f I I TESTEDjnriRES (1 ) t3 That is the Goodrich idea" of a - tire. Therefore, Goodrich Test Car Fleets, six of them, for a year ham mered Goodrich Tiires from state to state, putting them to the road test of rock sand, and gravel. The tires emerged , tested , warriors of the road, from a grand mileage of 4,178,744 tire miles. They triumphed, SILVERTOWN CORDS and BLACK SAFETY TREADS, with an endurance that doubled Goodrich's pride in the structure of the spiral wrapped, cable-cord tire body, and the tough ness of the cros...

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. — 9 March 1918

THE CLAYTOIJ KEWS la the District Court of Ualoa County, fw Me Ice. Manuel Miera and Joseflts, de Miera, Plaintiffs, vs. ' No. Í2S1. The Clayton Land and In vestment Company, corpora tion organised, existing and doing business under and by virtue of the laws of the Etate of Now Mexico, Thomas 8. Jlolland Company, ... Holland, wife of Thorona S. Holland, If living, If. dead, ler unknown hclra, Marcel lua D. Harrison and wife, Barrlson, If living, if dead. Iter unknown helm, . ... Holland, wife of Joseph 8. Holland, if living, if dead, her unknown heirs, George A. Bushncll and wife, -lJushnell, it living, It (lend, her unknown heirs, the Uni ted rtcxlty Company, a cor poration organised, exist ing and doing bunines un der and by virtue of tho laws of the State of New ejclcn. J'etro Miera le Kara anil wife, do Haca, If liv ing, if (lend, her unknown heirs, l'etrito M. do Haca and wife, do 11. tin. If living, If dead, In r unknown heirs, Thomas S. Holland, Charles M. l'errin, MarcH Iiib...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 9 March 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS QJÁ. j... ... Y (CO.üS IM B.fijfQ.iii if A IF ÍM (IIM L1 V V The DROUTH-RESIST- j ING SEED. A fairy tale Í i with a grain of truth ::: OM I'. I l'l A TMIi:. nay Imek In the jlnya lien I he lteilmnn nnd the lluffii lV ruled flip ilnliiM of Knnana nnd rv Mexl n lii-nllli.v liltlr plant, urcm- liiir friim n ecrtnln Tlnjr Need, nmlclliiu in the Kuii.Hlitttr fit 1lic fnr F.nat lirnrd n xlory tlml mude It qunke villi fenr. Iin mtiMer. n Krent white innn wnx trllilljr liuiitcrr innn lunv In the ffir Went trllit'N it lndluna, herda of lluf falo nnd other wild nnlmnla xvent trnniplnrr CM-r urrrnt level ntreteliea of prnlrle deatrojliia; plant-life with enre lea nhiiniliin. Tin- that of the IiIk rail fence thai protected It from the dcnth-dcnlliiit hoof of Initio nnd Maraca find Wild IIciimIm comforted the little Tiny l'lnnt. "How terrlhlc It iniiot lie," Tiny l'lnnt w'hiNpcrcil ItNt'lf, "t. he plnntrd wn.v nit there In tlint wild nnd diiiiKcroii country where every liny la d...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 9 March 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS. NEWS TO DATE IN PARAGRAPHS CAUGHT FROM THE NETWORK OF WIRES ROUND AIOUT THE WORLD. DURING THE PAST WEEK RECORD OF IMPORTANT 1VENT8 CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPLE. WMtirl Newspaper Unloa newsservice. ABOUT THE WAR German tactics fall before ingenuity of American troopa. D) pautuapuoo Áooá jba b,j8íh Reichstag by Socialist. Russians sign peace agreement with Germans and invasion ends. Five Americans Including one offi cer were killed In Friday's German raid. Again the Germans In Lorraine have attacked the American troops and again they have met with defeat. "The Rumanians have accepted our armistice conditions," says a Germau official communication issued Mon day. Narva, 100 miles southwest of Pet trogTad, has been captured by the Ger mans and the enemy is reported to be continuing his advance on Petrograd. British troops operating north of Jerusalem In Palestine have made an advance along a front of twelve miles to a maximum depth of 3,000 yards astride and west of the J...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 9 March 1918

Ol'l'lee ut l'l!ivlim Vi-ve M..Tl..n Fell THE CLAYTOH KEVS XOTICF FOrt PUBLICATION '.Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Clayton, New Mexico, Janu ary 25, 1918. Notion Is hereby Ivon that- Cheater A. Naimnr, of Clayton, N. M., who, on July 1916, made Homestead Entry .Serial No. 022439, for NWVi Section 20. Township 25 N., IUnge 8S 15., N. M. I'. Meridian, hag filed notice of Intention to rnnVj Commutation Proof, to estab lish cl'Hj.n to the land above described before Register and Receiver, United .States Land Office at Clayton, New Mexico, on the 13th. dny of March, 1918. Claimant names as witnesses: Samuel Curry, James Curry and H. HrimH, all of Clnyton, N. M., and Allen Arrlngton, of Texllne, Texas. PAZ VALVERDE Feb. 9 March 9, 'IS. Register NOTICE FOn PUBLICATION .Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Clayton, New Mexico, Janu ary 77, 1919. REPUBLICATION Notice is hereby given that Francisco Vlalpando, of Guy, N, M., who, on May 12, 1914, made Homestead K...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 9 March 1918

Page Eight THE CLAYTON HEWS Fair and Square r 0 "Ready-to-Wear" Our Specialty O T T O J O H N SON MERCANTILE CO. ."Ready-to-Weir" Our Specialty FREE MARCH liuiiiniii as. villi TO AO LADIES' WILL BE GIVEN CARNATIONS MEN WILL BE GIVEN CIGARS FREE STORE WILL BE OPEN ON THIS DAY UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK IN THE EVENING EVERY DEPARTMENT WILL BE COMPLETE WITH NEW SPRING GOODS 7. "-" .7 LADIES' READY-TOAVEAR Never before have yoü had the opportunity of seeing a stock of Ladies' Ready-to-Wear as this in Clayton. Four to five times the largest that has ever been on display in this City before. LADIES' SUITS, COATS, DRESSES AND WAISTS 1 MENS' READY-TO-WEAR . i " You come out to this opening and you will Jiave the opportunity of seeing a real up-to-date Gents Clothing and Furnishing Store. SUITS, SHOES, HATS, SHIRTS & UNDERWEAR MUSICREMEMBER THE DATE MARCH 18MUSIC Complete In Every Detail HARDWARE DEPARTMENT Everything Needed By the Farmer LOOK - A BIG SPECIAL IN SYRUPS. LOG C A B I N SYRUP Large ca...

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 March 1918

.POSSIBLY YOU ARE ONE OF THOSE FROM WLÚ WE HAVE NOT HEARD IN REGARD TO YOUR SUBSCRIPTION If so, and your name is not on our books your paper is discontinued Í s V r wilh this issue unless we hear from you before oij next issue in n n h m n n n m ta m in n n i-i n m ni h n h n , n n n 4 m tatatahtaNtaiRifaNtaiiíataiiEítiitai ETíí TUB HEWS tanda tor ike . vlaroran prosecution of tka war against mllltarlami the-ellmlnatloa at all fada and HKtHirr war merementai for iHiMrwr, and against all Jingoism II II T7T7Tn pm n vrv D EVOTED ta tka latere ef goad citlsenskl and ta tka apkulldlag oí a la rae aad ketter I lay ton aad Cnkna Ceanty. Official Base at tka Clayton district Land Ttlflna d of Catun Cenaty . H l VOLCM! ELEVE It KtMBER TWELVE Clayton, New Mexico, March 1 6, 1 9 1 8 SUBSCRIPTION Ufa 1.00 PEtt TMAM SEARCHING THE EFFECTS OF GERMAN PRISONERS FOR INFORMATION ..0 f r i11 " MAM I V V 1 I . ' - . i - - . j s , , : - f - j . ; , . , J . i.- - . v ... . ;.. - ' '' - . . . f . 7 . v . ....

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 March 1918

J.'e. (!-: .h..j. THE CLAYTON NEWS. FEDERAL INCOME I TAXJN BRIEF The Requirements Boiled Dc.vn j for Busy Folks. I Returns must t e (lied on or before April 1, 10 is. Tax due mny lip paid now or on or before June 13, 1913. - U lou nre uliixlo and your net In come for 1017 was $1,000 or more you canst file n return. If you tvero married and living with 1e (or husband) and had a net In orno of $2,000 or moro for 1017 yon muni file n return. Hushnnd's nnd wife's Income must te considered Jointly, plus Income of minor children. ' Income of a minor or Incompetent, derived from a separnte estate, must lie reported by 111 legal representa tive. Severe penalties are provided for rlione who neglect or evade the law. For false or fraudulent return there . is n pennlty not exceeding $2,(VX) One or year's Imprisonment, or both, plus 100 per cent, of tax. For fiillurc to make return on or in fiiie April 1, 101$, fino Is from $20 in ? 1,000, plus 50 per cent of tax due. Upturns must lo filed with...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 March 1918

1 '&&&&s& THE CLAYTON NEWS. OFFICER'S SPIRIT ELATES BRITISH Eagerness of the Americans to Get to the Front Is Always Noted. VM THEMSELVES AT E3LÍE Qet "on the Job" at One and Dis play a Desire to Ltarn and to B Whara tha 8halla Ara Whining. London. Many Interesting ttortea coma from France about the keennesa of mind and the eager spirit of the American officers arriving at the front These officers get "on the Job" at once and display a desire to learn and to be where the shells are whizzing and the Hans are to be seen. The first tendency of the Britishers Is to be somewhat envious of the elan orate paraphernalia and equipment of the Americans, but the disposition of the latter to share everything he baa with his colleagues, be they French or British, at once puts him on a most friendly basis. A British officer, writing In the Dally News, tells of the arrival of two of these American officers at the front. After describing an old French chateau, "full of gusts of ...

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