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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 March 1918

ú í V I i j y 1 t 7' " THE CLAYTON NEWS. BUY SWASTIKA COAL IF YOU WANT THE BEST. Winter's Coal in April. i ' V " r. hsiiaaa.aa.a.a. w a aa aa a. vr w - ! ÍTv 2J The Government has requested the people who are financially able to store their next r x r ' m v inrpr c nii 111 miii 11 f T llllvl sJ WUl lit i iMIíii ltrriiictioii of nricn will be aimotiiirod Inlor by (he CSovernmciit (jd ( JU ( Jo PETROGRAD'S LONG MILK LINES It " .'.:.. -. ."i- 2 vék Urn i .4 n Pi Ti FEDERAL IDCOME TAX IN BRIEF onllniird from iri rcilliiff !'nr l,,.hi' 1 i 1 1 - nl' w ii 1 1 1 -i i .'un! ilrMri'ii :iitin 1" I'liy 'null, in IVi ninnul. Mntit ni' i lii'iii ii'i.v iiti-lii'i's. lint tin- Miily I so liniiicil Unit tln-y K"'t vry Utile. Tlii lino nl M-ni'!i rai-i' in liiiy iii'i rs-iili s :in In- found ni ilinnsl nil (lie rtori-s lnit Hi" iiipli- I mi' v.-ry scnri-i'. HIGH PRICED FEED NEEDED FOR STOCK Satisfactory Returns Cannot Be Expected From Fattening Inferior Animals. Aliiuj: with tin' lii-jli iiii-i-s f...

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 March 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS. Cwm imp ry im mm me fw urn wm wm mm nm tlbN éhsál fluff InmÚ Vst tfHH aWu Hkatt MkJI Jkwa AMI sJutt aSHtt t latoaf The BULLE1IN Board H . ". I Business Directory . '. V ta n fca ia te HILL BROTHERS COAL, ICE AND TRASSFER " CCSÍPAKY : , TELEPHONE 58C Clayton, New Mexico IT li BSflSllSHrHMM I : TH A i i ft RM NEWS OF TIMELY INTER Authoritative Clippings from Our Exchanges tTT3 1Í J 1 fm mm "7 T P i"1" he VILLAGE CIULR A Column of Opportunities M Pi fc P P Pi Hi Bl M HATES: One word; one lime; n cent, Name nntl address counted. All ads payable in iidwinee. h M H h'N WKi n n 1 GREAT LOSS OF BEE COLONIES IN WINTER W.M. LESLIE, M.D. PHTSICIAN AND SVBOEON. Over Dean' Bakery CHARLTON BLDO. FHONB 232 CLAYTON NEW MEXICO. IM. C E. KELLER Dentist Over Dean's Bakery OR)e Piten 101B Claytoa ÜÜ W.B.LUM Plumbing . and Heating Clayton N. M. COL. J. A. SOWERS Aaciloaeer Writ roa at Seneca or Phono me at Wanette for Dates. Satisfaction Guaranteed For All Auctioneer work Col. George" ...

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 March 1918

fe ta to ta ta ta I to ta to ta frita ta ta ta ta .ta ta ta : 'Zt :,..V.iT)NNEW3. tatatatatatata tatatatatatatataAtatatatata . ta ta ta (ta 'ta ta ta ta ta ta ta' ta -ta ta ta ta. ta ta ta ta ta ta ta ta ta ta Uncle Sam's Postman Has a New Job He is now alto recruiting officer to enlist the financial support of the youngsters. Let him be your children's adviser in the matter of thrift Let him show them what it means to substitute interest-bearing Thrift Stamps ior the penny savings bank. Let him be the medium to put your chil dren into actual contact with their country's government The Thrift Stamp represents to the children what the Liberty Bond representa to adults. The penny embodies war power just as the dollar for pennies make dollars. The Thrift 8 tamp Idea U designed to reach those who think in terms of cents. The power of the penny Is shown by the fact that the government hopes to raise two billions of dollars from the sale of these stamps. Thrift Stamps make a reality of th...

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

TES CLAYTON 212773, HEAR' CROZ1ER SPEAK SUNDAY R. M. - Propia of Clayton and Union County wtlíjhave an opporunlty to hear of th hcrror of war, and of Ufa in tba tren- row, fcunday, afternoo.i and evenlng whm Lieutenant Crosier, n Canadian, direct from the trenches will deliver rtiea of Europe at flrit hnnd tomor- tw nJdreises, the ti.Jt In the after- nflim at tha Mission Tbcstre and th c:id In the evening at the Btpptiat ChMeh. The afternoon address wll begtvcn at three o'clock. The one In tha church will be giren' at seven thirty. Everyone is' Invited to attend theae address and to hear from Crosier his message to the American peojle. Rev. Milla, chairman of the War Sav ings Committee of Union County, wish es all Canadian' born cltlren to oe cupy seats on the platform with the speaker. Federal Aid Received for- County Highways With the aid of the federal govern ment and the state, Union County will spend one hundred and twenty thous and dollars On roads In the next few months. iDam...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 March 1918

la the DUtrlrt Vnmrt of talen Cew.tr, flew Mexleo. THE CLAYTON NEWS. No. ÍÍU. Manael Miera na Joseflta d Miera, tlainttffH, ' vs. T1i Clayton Land and In tMtmtnt Company, corpora tion organised, existing- and doing business under and by virtue of the lawa of tho State of New Mexico, Thomaa tík Holland Company, Holland, wife of Thomas 8. aolland. If living. If dead. lr unknown heirs, Marcel ina D. Harrison and wife, Barrlson, If living, If dead, isr unknown heirs, ...... Holland, wife of Joseph 8. Holland. If living, If dead, her unknown heirs, Oeorfc-e A. Bushnell and wife, .... Bushnell, if living, If dead, or unknown heirs, the Uni ted Itealty Company, a cor poration organized, exist lag and doing buslnena un der and by virtue of the lawa of the State of New Mexico. Potro Miera do Haca anfl wife, do Unca, if liv ing. If dead, her unknown helm, I'etrlto M. do Baca and wife, do Hacn, If living, If dead, Iit unknown heirs, . Thomns H. Hollnnd, Oharles M. I'errlii, Marcel lus I. Harri...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 March 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS. rafM 1UÜ 7 Ta fí tti ra TTnr TmrnTriATM -NAME GOES ON rm TO IlllilC. The DROUTH-RESISTING SEED. A fairy 'ale with grain of truth ::: O' C'K, H'0 A TIVI;. nn linrfc In hf dn hfn th rtcdiimn mid Ih Buffa lo rlrd flii iilnfiM of K iiiiii ,-ind iv Mrxlro, a hrnlthy little nlnnt. itrow. line from a prrfnin Tiny Krrd. nodding In the unRlilnr of tlir fnr iciixt h nrd a ory (hnt mndr It U:iUr with fenr. ItH mnwter, a grreut white tiiMti wit t lllnfr nnot er man hnn In t lit fnr Went trll of Indlitiia. hrrd of lluf fn'.o nnd other wild niiliniilM wei.l tr:iint'iiC ov r tfrem l.v I jttrcit'hé-M oí prtlrV dt'Ntr: lllC llillt-.if-' itii c.'l;'P- lrn i ndon. I 1 . of tin- I -K ' ;!' . If f."..'i . .1 il . Ui .'.lv i :l ..or i- : il If -m m ooi.ift.rt . d tin' til !. . terrible It must lit hli rid to ltn If out h re In (hnt il 1 .11. I'.r.oi. 'I' III I'.nrit t lie iihint d wii.v I'd nrd dtinircroiift I . i , . . r '"ll'tr friiini I'd 'i ú r f.iot or r.it.-ii ali'F. one of iii.t ...

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. — 16 March 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS. NEWS TO DATE IN PARAGRAPHS CAUGHT FROM THE NETWORK OP WIRES ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD. DURING THE PAST WEEK RECORD OF IMPORTANT EVENT! CONDENSED FOR SUSY PEOPLE, . WMtirg Newipaper Union Newa Service. ABOUT THE WAR Hostile airships attacked the York ihlre coast Tuesday night. nre enemy aeroplanes were brought town Mondar, It was announced offi cially In Rome. British aviators have dropped a ton f bombs on the town of Cobleni, cap Hal of the Rhlae province of Prussia. German attacks failed in the Bols Le Petre Relllon and Letrlcourt sec tors, according to the Paris official ttatement Issued by the war office. American troops east of Lunevllle galn raided German positions, and another party entered German Frenches along the Toul and, unaided, drove the enemy back. Naples was attacked by enemy avi ators early Monday morning. Twenty bombs were dropped In a residential quarter. The victims Included seven occupants of a hospital. An American detachment in the Woevre region h...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 March 1918

and M. D. Casados, of Clatoii, New! Let is havm tnat cWr N-O-V viliile us Itavr. tfxa time tn do your tYiatlng at it tlwulJ be Jon: TIIE CLAYTON NEWS. NOTltH FOR FUm.ICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, February 6, lilt. Nolle is hereby given that Alberto Moroya, oí Pasamonte, N. M., who, on April it, 1914, made Homestead Entry. Serial No. 017788, for Lots 1-2-1-4, 8 HNWU. WSSW1Í, Section 4. Town hip 22 N., Range 29 B., N. M. P. Merid ian, ins filed notice- of Intention to mnko Three Year rroof, to establish claim to the land above deacrlbed, be fore Register and Receiver, United States Land Office at Clayton. N. St., on the 21st. day of March, 1918. Claimant names as witnesses: Jone Lanfor, Antonio Maynls, M. N. "have and Juan B. Montoyn, all of Kepliart, New Mdxlco. PAZ VALVERDE Feb, 16-Mar. 16, 'IS. Register notice: for publica tío y 'Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office at CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, February 5, 1918. Notice Is hereby g...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 March 1918

un curron vzxis "Readv-to-Wear" Our Specialty OTT O - J O HNS O N MERCANTI LE CO. rrv rrsTi ta IMIONDAY K?K 7 "Readv-to-Wear" Our Specialty GO-fl US 3 NEW SPRING GOODS IN ALL 'ARTfflENTS Store open until 9 o'clock in the evening. FLOWERS FOR THE M US C CIGARS FOR THE Complete In Every Detail 1ARDWARE DEPARTMENT Everything- Needed By tHe Farmer ft P FLOUR! FLOUR! FLOUR! We time ilriit of wlieut llmir und will dlNlrlhllfe flt'eoi'dinu; to the Intent rule of the 1'ond AdmtnlNtrntloit. In rritnrd to flour, you will note Ikut the rule nre icettltiK Ntrontter every ilny. mid theae rulea Mlioultl be lived iil to Hit- letter. The follón Iuk Hot of kuuttlituten cull lie UNed. i 'ornflour. t'oruineitl, t'ornatnreh. Hom iny, Corn KrltN Hurley flour, Itolled oittn. Out men I, Hire, Hler flour. All pneknge t'erenl thnt nre not made froul vikent In whole or purt, find other liroduetN of u aiuillnr nnturr. The mi? itltutru niuxt be aold ut the MUine liitue the flour and both the wheat Hour and the...

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

IT. A. F. Hrosler, of Amistad, "Over the Top," the greatest war narrative ever written, begins on page eight of this issue. Don't fail to read this serial story. TOT KEWI for tka vtgera-ar trcatla at ka war agabut BlUtarUM ka tlbmlaatlaa af all fads aa aaeeeaaarr mt meveiaeatsi tor democracy, against all Jingoism II It II VOLl'Mf KLEYE! M MI1KH TllinTKKH. ,11.. -L3 erra OH HEWS DBYOTED ta tka Ut reate at aa4 cltlacaaal ma ta tka paalldla a largar aad aette Clay tea aad Vase Caaaty. Official pape at tka CUrtoa district Laa Offloa aad af falúa County 11 11 v Clayton, New Mexico, March 23, 1918 SUHSCIUI'TIO.N HATH ti.oo vr.ii icAH Openings and MR. DO'ER EXPLAINS AND il'S ALL AS PLAIN AS MUD jmtiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiitjiiimmiiiHimiM HIS TENDER FEELINGS HURT BY MISUNDERSTANDINGS WHEREABOUTS .ra r s a n fi Ti ri t r w. s. s. Air. Susie S. 1'iico wut hostess at i. delightful dinner, Wednesday -night, entertaining for tho attorneys appear ing before tho district court and their -.vIvob. The table ...

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 March 1918

Fair and Square X Age ymnwii """" . . . I ll I NEWS TO DATE IN PARAGRAPHS CAUGHT FROM THE NETWORK OF WIRES ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD. DURING THE PAST WEEK RECORD OF IMPORTANT EVENTS CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPL a. Wcatern Newrpr I'nlnn Newt Berlc. ABOUT THE WAR Tlie Germans have occupied Nlkol ayev in addition to Odessa, according lo a Hcuter dispatch from l'etrograd. Franco-American forces again raid ed German trendies In the Badonvil lers region penetrating 300 yards luto the pnemy lines at two points. The Netherlands government has accepted the allies conditions for employment of Dutch shipping in transportation of war munitions. French forces penetrated the enemy lines In the Rheims region to the depth of 1,000 yards and brought back pris oners, the French war office stated. The Workmen's and Soldiers' Asso ciation has been making efforts to form a separate Siberian lepublic, ac cording to a special dispatch from Irkutsk. Berlin reports: "Great losses were caused among the population of...

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 March 1918

TZIZ CLAYTON NEWS. THE EKLUIID HOTEL Steam Heated and Electric Lighted RuOr.'S. $1.00 TO $1.50 miS. 250 TO 75C first Class Restaurant Open Day and Nittt tali 1 1 a All I rums EKLUND HOTEL RANCH AUG 1RR1GA1I0N CO. Clayton. IN. AV MONEY " Oklahoma Farm TO LOAN Mortgage Co. Makes loans on New Mexico improved farms; easy terms; quick service; no delay. The Inspector will call and look over your farm, draw pa person the ground, and thereby save you time and expense. Write or call on U. E. DODSON, Inspector Clayton, New Mexico Cffice with Clayton Abstract Co. Phone 223 or 1-31 Face the -v filA Building Material Question from a Common Henwe stnnd point. A nllor rnnnot put fthoaU dy into a stilt of clothes nnd make It aa good and lusting; a if he had ward llrt rlnws rlolh. Name with btilldlna" a hollar. The better the mnterlals, the better the building. Wee keep the bent. I.linifirr, IlulliTlnir Mntrrlnl and Coal. Quality and Krrvlrr. THE STAR LUMBER CO. CLAYTON, A. E. Monteith, Mgr. NEW ME...

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 March 1918

Dalla. Dos Moi . hy cuVL-nuiit anrt iiRffe id furnlli all the iiPccHsary lical proceeOiiiB, tbtl- ' malta. planH KpccirtcatlonH, contrant fi.rms and Buivfys. To npcrlntend In j iiitsoii, or by rj'prfsentatlve, all work of ooriBtruetlon nnd lo furnlHh all suuh ITU? ZI7 dvnct how W-oN wni u.t. oH btter tka. J'i r Ropiirig - Paint3 - Varnishes Certain-teed means certainty of quality and guaranteed satisfaction the first and last object of careful buyers. Both quality and satis faction are guaranteed by a business which has gained world leadership because of its ability to manufacture and distribute the highest quality products at fair prices. i.,ir DlllllTV Pnccifw . . . S.i-yj& II ktm-tetd Praiuclt Cbrpora'ijj ,., m . LABEL, hEQUlREQ . .i ra-nmiisiii i Certain-teed Roofing & Shingles Ctrta'wieed is a conservation product. It is madejrom rags and asphalt, skillfully converted into roofing that is impervious to the elements. Ctrta'm-htd is the most efficient type of roof -for al...

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 March 1918

Fair and Square THE CLAYTON NEWS Page 5 , THE Bl V v. n v mm uuim III THE WAR The War Lord Salutes the Field Marshall. Such Is the striking tltlo to a well On ed cartoon In an agricultural pa per, showing the War Lord In snlute to the farmer. The meaning of It Is that without the assistance that the farmer renders In the matter of pro viding food for the army the fighting ability of that body would be propor tionally decreased. While the army Is fighting, the farmer Is busy. The promptness with which he sprang loto the breach was a patriotism equal to that of the man who enlisted and the farmer's record In this particular was worthy of the high record that has become his. All over the Un'ted States the appeal Is being met by mure production. Fields are enlarged, inten sive agriculture has taken the place of slipshod methods, more cattle are being fattened, moit hogs grown, veal end lamb have becom scarce com modities. This Is all In keeping with the food-controller's demands, and wi...

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 March 1918

Oficial rase ( Coaaty of traloa Fag 6 THE CLAYTON NEWS. Fair and Cqnara '! 'he VILLAGE CRIER . A Column of Opportunities RATES: One word; one time: one cent Name and address counted. All ads payable in advance. 4 fUH SAM., FOU BALK The SWÜ of Section J, Township 20, N., Range 35 K., Union County, N. M. Addrers Leila Keys, B04 Herskowltt HUlg., Oklahoma City, Ok lahoma. 121314 IVKIt Foil HALH Ten thousand bun dles of milo malxe. This Is u vne lot of feed, well bound, clean and bright Persona wanting feed to make crop on now la your opportunity. Must sell before I ko to work In my crop. One mils mirth of Thomus. T. W. Shulti 13 I OH !,!: xiiiip. An t' er! f.irm ... . iiiiprnvMl. A line htm V. W'.ilk'ns. !. 16. OflrUI Payer ( V. 9. Last Ofnee THE CLAYTON NEWS G. C. Smith, OWAfcR aaa EDITOR Katerea la the Post Office at Claytea. New Mexico, as eeoa4 Class saall mat ter, October 2, 1909, aader the act of Marea 8, 1878, Edgar Sherman, THE NEWSMAN Hll SIALIC UK IK AIM, KAItM Foil "ALIO My ...

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. — 23 March 1918

Fair and Square THE CLAYTON NEWS. Tage 7 1 Y HI BUY SWASTIKA COAL IF. YOU WANT THE BEST. The Government has requested the people who are financially able to store their next Winter s Coal in April. ZHZm Reduction of price will bcjnnnounced inter 1y the Government (G. G. G. SCHOOL NOTES w. s. s. We are triad to have John Karris In school again after his serious illness. W. 9. S. The spring contest will occur, this y&. Friday March. 29. Them will be ' more contestants this year than evur before. ' Thnm wlm will n(i!ik n re ! OI.YVHTANS Catherine liciitry. Lo tah W'Uey, Margurlto Faus, Klizabcth Kdmondson. Marie Thompson, Hubert I'oldwell, Ivan Sanders, Civile rimes, nd Hruce .rimes. DKM'lirA.VM Kllza Karris. Lena Wlelainl, Leah Caldwell, Mae Hope, Ar thur Dcam, Malcolm V.ccker anil Tom entry. . S. f The four minute Chapel talks were made Tuesday by llyron Chamberlain nl Tom (jelitry. IV. 8. S. Some of the pupils ate now making up the work which 'they missed while visiting at court...

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. — 23 March 1918

Page 8 THE CLAYTON NEWS Fair and Square íí'.X If flfh n minim ANAMDiCMi SOLDIER MIO VENT iWlIMJYffiPEY MACHINE GUra,tfRYING IN HWiCE- ' AKTMl (917 BY Thur wy rwry FOREWORD "Over the Top" is a true story of trench warfare on the French front, written by an American soldier who got into the great war two years ahead of his country. Sergeant Empey tells what the fighting men have done and how they have done it. He knows because he was one of them. His experi ences are grim, but they are thrilling, and they are light ened by a delightful touch of humor. CHAPTER I. From Mufti to Khaki. It was In un ofllce In Jersey City. I was Hitting at my desk talking to lieutenant of the Jersey National Guard. On the wall was a big war map decorated with variously colored little flngs showing the position of the opposing armies on the western front In France. In front of me on the desk lay a New York paper with big flaring headlines: LUSITANIA SUNKI AMERICAN LIVES LOSTI The windows were open and a fee...

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. — 23 March 1918

K0T1C9 2T5l rtnSMíCATlO ItErUBLICATIOl Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office at Clayton, New Mexico, Feb. 20, 1111. Notice Is hereby given that Dane 8. Jordan, of Clayton, New Mexico, who, ' on November 12, 1918, made Homestead V Entry, Serial No. 017141, for NEVi Bee. 13; NVÍ8EVI Boo. 13 Township 2 N.. Range 34 M Lot 3, NEHSWÍ4 Bectlon IS, Twp. 25 N., Range 35 B., N. M. P. Meridian, ha filed notice ot intention o make Three Lear Proof to establish ' claim to the land above described, ba- fore Register and Receiver, U. & Land Office at Clayton, New Mexico,, en the 4. . i i w w u s v w Claimant name aa witnesses: A. B. Chllcote, J. E. Dunn, J. A. Chapín and Claude Coons, all of Clay ton, New Mexico. PAZ VALVKRDE Feb. 23-Mar. 2J, '18. Register NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Clayton, New Mexico, Feb. 21, 1918. Notice la hereby given that Thoo dore A. Ilauth, of Clayton, Now Mexico, who, on October 20, 1914, made Home Mead Entry, Seri...

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. — 23 March 1918

LISTE f ft 4tt tl SÜPERÍORlTr l I , I I' . . I . Hi I," The Superiority of Oar Mill W, rk Is acknowledged' viin by our strongest competitors holds its place high in the opinion of our many custom ers. Our large stoeV and upright dealings impr people favorably, and we respectfully soluii yur him ne.s.s !ici) you are in the market for anything in "i line Permit us to ipiote you our prices. CLAYTON CONSTRUCTIflN CO. CLAYTON -.- NKW MEXICO BURNETT ITEMS w. s. . llev. Crumley liauleil nml chipped Ms broom corn Monday mid Turf-lay. w. s. s. Our teacher, Mr. Tenlson, liad to dis miss school on account of liavlnif a nick child with llio iiioíirIi-h. W. H. S. Mr?. T. A. KaneHtcr, in coiivcleseiit from 11 severe attack of rheumatism. W. S. Mr.' '(.iuK-' J'arria and family are visiting hi mother mar Hucyeros this week. N W. f. S. Father Ham has been very feeble for about three inontli ho is vlHitlnp iireund these warm days. Let the wind mill get out of coinniiKsion on your, ranch, you repair I...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 23 March 1918

Marcelino Carbajal, who shot aad Fair and Square THE CLAYTON NEWS Page 11 Ilcrves All Unstrung? riai c coma from weak kid Dare. Many a Dr- ttm who womee over trifle and U troubled with necrelgia, rhesjnatio pains 'and beakaahe would find relict thaongh good kidney remedy. II you bcc nrrroue attacks, with headaches, baokaehea, dissy apelle and' eharp, shooting petna, try Doan'i Kidney Filia. They have bronght quick benefit hi Uxnamnda of noh oases. A Colorado Case Mm. A. 9. Cerny, 0U Mlatk Ava., Ixjnfwwnt Colo., aaja: "My back eauaed Kia a lot of dlatrees. aapaclally whan I did any bear? housework. I alao had head ache that blurred my eight until I tould hardly Bee. Aa soon as I start ed taldnir Doan'i Kidney Pille, thm pala laft my back ana tne other trou blea dlaaDnenred. aoa aura Doan'a have eured mi" Cat Dwi'i at Aay Stan, 0e a Boa DOAN'S wt"y FOSTER-MJLB URN CO, BUFFALO. N. Y. n " v t XllArif mi KW PREVENTED JJL All 2 " rUnl by aa4 . bjiwiwvi wnara ajinar w y.s IOurt.t-llKklMPti...

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