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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 23 March 1918

Tffe 12 TITE CLAYTON NET73 Fair an'3 rupjg - - 1 1 ti T I "Ready-to-Wear" Our Specialty OTTO-JQHNSON M E RCA-NTI LE . C O. "Ready-to-Vear" Our Specialty ? A S TCP READY TO WEAR FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN ONE OF A KIND EXCLUSIVE IN LADIES READY-TO-WEAR A SPECIALTY LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT Ladies' Suits $12.50, $18.00,. $25.00 and Up. Ladies' Coats - $12.50, $16.50' and Up. Ladies' Dresses, Gingham-Silk $1.25 up to $45.00 Ladies' Waists $1.25, 2.50, 5.00 up 'to $8.50 SPECIAL IN MENS' SHOES Buy Your Shoes Now. Guaranteed all Leather Shoes $3.00 Guaranteed all Leather Shoes button or lace - $3.50 Extra Nice Dress Shoes, but ton or lace - $4.50 DRY GOODS & PIECE GOODS .7 DEPARTMENT .7 You no doubt think it strange, but you should buy your piece goods early? as we are selling great num ber of articles at less than wholesale price, t We bought before the advance- and are giving you the bene fit of the low price. MENS' & BOYS DEPARTMENT Mens' Suits, Blue, all wool - $15.00 ...

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. — 30 March 1918

." V" ' l,f Vi r A VOTE FOR EKLUND OTTO, OR DE BACA IS A VOTE FOR DO'ERISM AND DISASTER TO THE VILLAGE OWNED U1ILIT1E TMK NEWS ataaaa far tka vlaaroar araaeeatlaa af tka war asalaat aallltartaaai taa cllaalaatlaa af all faa aa4 aaarcraaary war atavaatratai ear tfraaera7. aaa aatat all J Jlatralaai it It 11 FTTCTTTTTn U U ,fillL 5 TAIXY MIT? , H ii to m D KTOTKD (a tka lataraaia f gaaa1 altlscaaala aa4 ta tka aaaJlaUas at a Uif aa batter Clartaa UaJaai CMttr. Official aaa af tka Ctaytaa latría. Laa4 Ofttaa aa4 af Uaiaa Caaty n N VOI.tJMX F.I.KTKX Naaitrr r'aartra Clayton, New Mexico, March 30, 1918 SCBSCaUfTION I Sl.aa FEB Tl Union County Sammies at Camp Kearney Arc Interested Mera-') bers of News Family It i 1 ':' -s CITIZENS; NAME A STRONG ANTI- SET UsJ till IlL TWO III MUtKl) It ABV KOMIS OUNLI) BY CLAYTON PI TILS "The report of tin- thrift ilrivc in tlf local jicliools shows 1 1 ta t llif pupils of -l".l;iyl"ii dec ll owners of Iwii lumdifij war .saving stamp- '"balv lioiuls"- ti...

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. — 30 March 1918

Waatarn Nawapapar Union Nowa Barrica, COMINO ItVENT. Page 2 THE CLAYTON NEWS Fair and Square 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 PEOPLE. Waatarn Nawapapar Vnlon Itawa Barrica. ABOUT THE WAR Oermans are guarding 10,000 rifles In the arsenal at Irkutsk. British thwart German tactics and "plncer" movement Is failure. Further progress by the British in Palestine is reported In an official statement from London. Berlin claims that 45,000 prisoners have been taken. German troops cap tured Nesle and Bapaume. The withdrawal of Halg's forces to prepared positions at the opening of the great drive is declared to be mas ter strategy. Resumption of fighting in Ukraine between the Germans and the Boishe Tiki Is reported in a Reuter dispatch from Petrograd. Entire confidence relgne that the Germans' last trump in the world bat tle will be overtrumped when the proper moment comes. The ...

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. — 30 March 1918

THE EKLUI1D HOTEL Steam Heated and Electric Lighted R00Í1S, 51.00 TO $1.50 MEALS, 25C TO 150 first Class Restaurant Of en Day and i a lit Call 1-oa All Trains EKLUND HOTEL RANCH AND IRRIGATION CO. Clayton. IN. AA. MONEY OklahomaTarm 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 then by save you time and expense. Write or call' on U. E. DODSON, Inspector Clayton, New Mexico Cffice with Clayton Abstract Co. ' Fhore 223 or K51 Face the 4 fi. Building Material Question from a Common Sense stand- THE CLAYTON, STAR A. E. Monteith. Mgr. point. A tailor eaaaot pat sfcoa- ir Into a aalt of clotaea ana make It aa toot and lasting aa If he baa a ra nrat claaa cloth. Same tilth b'nlldlnn- a konw. The bp iter the materials, the better the building;. Wee keen the brat. Lumber, Building Mnterlnl and ton I. Quality nnd Service. LUMBER CO. NEW MEXICO- A Full Line oí V...

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. — 30 March 1918

IlfíM y& W iiM liViJ JL M i II ILsi iiVUi ÍMlliioMlvj MEANS TO PREVENT GIRDLING OF TREES Professor Lewis of Kansas Col- Jcge Tells of Methods to I Safeguard Apple Trees. Ilunny likes the Imrk of yonnir niw yiV trw.i, l'it t!u tivt-riii' fiinut-r m-n't npprcCliitc I'.unn.v's tustc. V ''One of the emerge ncy wnye. of pre "venting clrilliii).'," wijw I'. K. LewN, nvsNtnnt Jirofrssor of lmitlculUire In tin- Kimsns Sink- Aticull urnl collcjo, 'is lo VIII n ivw riiMiits, skin them, ijIkI rnli the trunk if Hie trees with tln flesh. Other niMill usually will let the trees nlone fur fhhic time nfter thix, ns they prcnlly illsllkc the odor left on thp Imrk." Another method jinlnted out l.y Mr. Irf-wls for mvliit,' the trees Is to paint them villi ii eniuviitrnttvl solution of lime nnd fiiilplnir. When thp tree Is hended lilfh. It fclniuld lir painted i fnr iif th.- firsr limh; If hended low, the first limits should he included. This, except when heavy snow Is on the ground. Is usually hlh...

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. — 30 March 1918

Fair and Square THE CLAYTON NEWS Page 5 To The American People There is no foundation for the alleged violations of law attributed to our Com pany by agents of the Federal Trade Commission and I want to say emphatic ally that Swift & Company is not a party to any conspiracy to defraud the Govern ment Nor has Swift & Company been guilty of improperly storing foods or of making false entries or reports. Conferences of packers, where prices have been discussed, have been held at the urgent request and in the presence of representatives of either the Food Administration or the Council of National Defense. And yet the packers have been accused of committing a felony by acting in collusion on Government bids! We have done our best, with other packers, large and small, to comply with the directions of the United States Food Administration in all particulars, including the furnishing of food supplies for the U. S. Army and Navy and the Allies, now be ing handled through the Food Adm...

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. — 30 March 1918

N..M. 1 THE CLAYTOIf,JHWS, I ! -i 3 he VILLAGE CRIER , A Column of Oppcrtunlfki j HATES: Oae wr4; tmt time;OBf ! (til .Name and arldrem rousted. All I áa payable ia aWante. aaaia.a.i.tBia.Bl Ofaelal rr mi V. . Laaa Offl THE G. C. Smith, OWSER am KDIfOK 4f aela'l raaer ' ! ir i ibIm- CLAYTON NEWS Edgar Sherman, Catered la ta Faet. Offlee at Ctayi.a. w fcVle,va lmi Claaa ball aat tr, Ort.Ver Z, 1M, mmétt tat, awt at March a. irra. "THE KHHA.V I OR ALE roa lLK Tb PWii f Section t, Townahlp 20, N., Rang CI E , Unloa t'.uaty, X. M. Addrcsa Leila Key. Hi IIerkowlti Hliar . Oklahoma' City,' Ok lahoma. 121 til EASY TO READ AND NORTH READING Wilh Ihis Issue jour News comes to j ii in a different "dress". The new fl armen I is another type fare, i The type, you will notice, is much larger, 'clearer ami wirier spaced, ; making t more. esilly read than the .small ,'tjpe used for the past few FOR V4.I.K Ten tISeiifund bun dles of mllo'jnakac. This 1.a vhe lot of feed, well bound, clean and brigh...

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. — 30 March 1918

tifa- -aa.AAJja4.:.i5fej G .G. G.: 1 1 BUY SWASTIKA COAL IF YOüTANT THE ÉÍÉST. The Government has requested the people who. te' financially able to store , their next Winters Coal in April.' . . . , Reduction of pricir will htfamioimcrd Inter y the (iovernmcnt PAUADTC ÍU7 niYEDICM WAIT, n EAIOT crnc2anzsr HAND PICKED TICKET ON VOTERS if c(fcsrHAS savings cure DEPT. 1 1 AMrr decrying the a-tton of Ihr Ciliscn's convention Thursday uight, CPUrtAI KI C TÚ C appointing a committee to present J Vilvy v L . IN. Vy 1 L J to the assembly thr names of -can- f 1 1 t IMMtMMOt '! tá"'' '"'ithe various -Uj (Tices, . the old guard Friday rrwt In some i place unknown to the general public, At chapel Tuesday mun-ning, wc 'V ' th a1' n ul, lhe SUP i porters of Do'erism and riUNoutlage ure all made vorv uaitv D the an- r . 1 . " praranw of an i-inomlerbf1"óur facully, Mrs. iry Chamberlain) -7- PERSONAL ITEMS 4 4-M é-f-M who entertained us with her inelo diou.s voire, and gave us a short l;ilk which w...

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. — 30 March 1918

Page 8 THE CLAYTON NEWS Fair and Square jjlltli ft MB II AN AMERKM SOLDER MIO MOT AHUMBÍDlPnr MACHINE GUNNER WING IN FRANCE" ' 1917 OY ARTHW siry CMPTY "SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE" EMPEY FIRST HEARS THE BIG GUNS BOOMING. Synopsis. Fired by the sinking of the Lusltanla, with the loss of American lives, Arthur Guy Empey, an American living In Jersey City, goes to England and enlists as a private In the British array. CHAPTER II. 2 Blighty to Rett Billets. The next morning the captain sent for me and Informed me: "Empey. as a recruiting sergeant you are a wash out." and sent me to a training depot. After arriving at this place, I was hustled to the quartermaster stores and received an awful shock. The quartermaster sergeant spread a wa terproof sheet on the ground and com menced throwing a miscellaneous as sortment of straps, buckles and other paraphernalia Into It. I thought he would never stop, but when the pile reached to my knees he paused long enough to say, "Next. No. 5217, 'Arris, B co...

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. — 30 March 1918

TUB CLAYTON NEWS The Triumphal of rch ts rr Clapham, New Mexico, and R. L. 8rk nnd M. D. Caaados, of Clayton. Nw MeiUco. I PAH VALVERDB March 16-Aprll 1J. 'II. Register Aoticb for publication Martmi"t Of tt Interior, V. a LmigJ office at Clatrt, ffew Mexico, March , 1(18. Notice la hereby given that Thomas' K. Huffman, of Sedan, N. M. who, on April S, IMS. made Homestead Entry, Serial No. 019757, for NWH Section , Township 23 N., Rang 3d E.. N. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Three Year I'roof to establish claim to the land above described, be fore Register and Receiver, U. 8. Land Office, at Clayton, N. M., on the 18th. day of April, 1918. Claimant names us witnesses: John Katon, It. M. Keeker, Tom Bur unit and J. E. tiusey, all of Sedan, N. M. FAZ VALVERDE March Id-April 13, 18. Register wc announced Bevo v recently, our hopes were high. We knew that we had the most unusual soft drink that had ever been offered: A beverage combining the nutri tive extracts of...

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. — 30 March 1918

THE CLAYTON 1JLYT3. cSUPtRIORITT Imp ifi i XX The Superiority of Our Mill Work is acknowledged even by our strongest competitors. It holds its place high in the opinion of our many custoni- Our large slock, and upright dealings impress TS, pcoplo favorably, and vie respectfully solicit your busi ness when you are in the market for anything In our line. Permit us to quote you our prices. CLAYTON CONSTRUCTION CO. I CLAYTOjY -.- XK)V MEXICO APRIL 1 LAST DAY FOR FEDERAL RETUílNS Penalties for Income Dodcters Are, Severe Get Your Return I in if You Are Liable. April 1, J 913, la the 11 nal day al lowed under the federal Income tax law for the filing of federal lucouid tax returns. Persona who nre requli d to filo returns under the provisions of law and who fuil to get their re turna In on time nre subject to se vere penalties, as follows: I For making falso or fraudulent re turn, not exceeding $2,000 or not ex ceeding ono yenr's imprisonment, or both, in the discretion of the court, 'and...

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. — 30 March 1918

sume" said the man. Fair and Square THE CLAYTON NEWS Fae 11 YOU'LL LAUGH! DOESN'T HURT TO LIFT CORNS OUT Magic! Costs few cents! Just drop a little Freezone on that touchy corn, instantly it stops, achine, then you lift, the bothersome corn off with the fingers.. Jrulyl No humbug! 1 Try Freezone I Your ' druggist 'ells a tiny bottle for a few cents, sufficient to rid your feet of every hard corn, soft corn, or corn be tween the toes, and calluses, with out one particle of ptin, soreness or irritation. Freezone is the mysterious ether discovery of a noted Cincinnati genius. Great t IIAIG DRIVING GERMANS. BACK ADVANCE IS 8TOPPED AT ALL POINTS WHEN ALLIES LAUNCH COUNTER ATTACKS. 'SOME SORT OF A BISHOP' Eminent Churchman May Safely Leave the Classification to the Many Who Know Him. Bishop Greer of New York, who Is a great friend of Bishop Whitehead of Pittsburgh, entered a restaurant re cently and sat do-vn opposite another man. After a time he and the man en gaged tn a casual conversat...

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. — 30 March 1918

r- THE CLATTOÍÍ NEWS Fair and Squari V- 1 . ' "Ready-to-Wear" Our Specialty i J Jl O T T O - J O H'.N S'O N MERCANTILE CO. "Ready-to-Wear" Our Specialty A WORD TO MEN ABOUT CLOTHES !Í!aKSC.HMVMr:. if l COMPANY!" I EXPERIENCE has taught the public, to look with suspicion upon clothing which comes from unknown and hidden origins partic-1 ularly with wool - growing scarcer prices going higher the temptation to cheapen and adulterate, becoming stronger and stronger , The clothesmaker who has no reputation at stake no fixed pledges to bind him may decide it is more profit able to give way to the pres sure than to resist it. An unlabeled' garment ii an evasion of responsibility. In affixing their label to a I garment, on the other hand, the Kirschbaum clothes makers say," For this garment and for every process in its making, we assume full re sponsibility. Upon its ability to satisfy the wearer we stand or fall" No eye ridt even! the eye of the expert' can ' detect a slight mixture of cot...

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. — 2 April 1918

THK ItCWS ataa4a far tba vlKoranr praaaeaxlaa af taa war Bgatftat MllllartsaM tha rllaalaaflaa af all tm aa4 far aBaoerxrjr, aad aaralaat all JlBKolam It ii it FIT? nrnn .nrr n II . I ll .l Uf ll lilla IblLiü il ANTI-DO'ER EXTRA M HENS ELECTION DAY MORNING 1918 D KTOTED tha latrrvata I Ba4 titluaaV aaal aa better liar tea aa Valval Ceaatr. Offlelal atari af t Clytea dtatrtet Laad Uffto aaJ af I al. Caaatr i ANTI-DO'ER EXTRA l7P0 jra lie yiieis i sew iev ' ; n oust Pe er from Qayton an IIAVH RAM ' IAIIAA A VUlb tUH HUB I5AAÜS PUTS A WATGH-DDG AT THE ÍRME CHEST . A vole fur liob Isaacs is a vole lor ji man who, ly careful hand 1 i ii jr of-his-own "business, luis made a success in. life, and who will de voro to tlic city's business that sanio ran; and consideration that lias marked Ids riso as u men-haul in I'llioil Cimnlv . As Village Treasurer Huh Isaacs will lie the watcíi-dog of the village funds. He will attend every meeting of the board, and will be on hand to give tly-m the exa...

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. — 2 April 1918

Oficial BBty THE CLAYTON NEWS. :Dit 'he VILLAGE CRIER . A 'Column of Opportunities RATES: One word; one lime: one j cent Name and l dress cotfeted. All ; ads payable in advance. Ofnrlal Paper mt I. . Lasa Ofaee G. C. THE CLAYTON NEWS bmith, wwnhMiMéCta-ii-.i. tasar Sherman, Paper at owm:r aaa editor Eater la the Past Offlre at t'layt. rrt Mr lira, aa Seeeai Class aiall Mat ter, Oetafcer 3, ISO, aaar tac art ( Marca a. 1ST. "THE NEWSMAN'' mi b D h M h I Oil SALE FOR 1ALK The SWU at Section .3, Township 10, N, Range 35 E, Union County, N. M.. Address Leila Keys, (04, Herekowitx Blrtg., Oklahoma City, Ok lahoma. 121314 ,' FKKD r'OB SAI.: Ten thousand bun-! " Ule. of milo mal.e. This la a vne lot m jM.rjing lf. a,.lkm of 10 o( feed, well bound, (lean and bright. v Frsons wanting- feed to make crop on.Cilirn's contention Thursday flight, bow 1. your opportunity. Must sell n app,in,ino H (ommit(M. (o present Before I go to work In my crop. One , mile north of Thomas, t. w. .shuiti i3;tu (...

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 April 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS. BUY SWASTIKA COAL IF YOU WANT THE BEST. n n vrl The Government has requested the people who are financially able to store their next II. 11. Winter i I m m Anfll XJp VrfW Reduction o! price will be.f announced Infer by the Govrrnmonl . 131 Vote against Eklund. Vote against de Baca. Regardless of all their large and .líbrale state ments; regardless of their pleasing personality; re gardless of their suavity and seemingly horrified ex pression when the subjecl is mentioned, they are the enemies of popular government in Clayton. YOUNG CIKL IS KICKED BY HOUSE; SKI LL Flt.VCTUHEI). llosa Loo Durbin, the sixteen-year-old daughter of Charlc9 Durbin, of southwest of Clayton, was seriously injured week before last while driv ing tho horses from rmsluro when ono of the animals kicked her and fractured her ukull. She was brot to the Winchester Hospital hero for . medical 'treatment and is reported out of danger of death at this writing. IIETO.N BABY DIES The, little daughter ...

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. — 2 April 1918

fasr 12 t : l THE CLAYTON NEWS Fair and Eyas Mi I - i t if F 3- K?Z!r?tt'!k JftJ i fi r 311 J i " - i í if:: iuriA 1 V rt'-w afiiig May Shorten The War i . Twra m-. The war is costing the combined allies more than $30,000,000 an hour. The daily, fate of this huge sum is simple wáste. A shortening of the war by days or 'even hours would mean the redemption of colossal waste. We must bend every financial ef fort towards shortening the war. Every small amount invested by a child in Thrift Stamps tends to wards this end. The influence of every Thrift Stamp purchased is a little momentum toward earlier vic tory. Thus a child's savings may be in strumental in definitely shortening this war and in saving many times its own value in money, to say noth ing of conserving human life. , Encourage your child to invest in 4 interest-bearing Thrift Stamps instead of merely hoarding his pen nies in a tin bank. ' Thrift Stamps cost 25 cents each and may be bought at the postoffice, from your mail 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. — 6 April 1918

THR NKWS for the Vlgoraar arasrcatlan ( tha war ! Militarism Ik alhalaatlaa af all Mm mm fonurf oar aiavcateatai for érmwtneT, mm aa;alaat all jlagalaai ii ii ii J im CLfiTM MEWS DEVOTED ta tk tatera f gmm cittacuht mm ta ta tiaaalUUas at a larca aa4 fctr tlaftaa mm Cain Caaatr. Official aaar af taa CUrtaa dlatrtet Laaa Ofttca aa af Calo a Caaatr 11 it VOLIKX ELEVEN Number Fifteen. Clayton, New Mexico. April 6, 1918 TBSCRIPTIOX RáH l.M PER tut CITIZENS' ELECT PRACTICALLY ENTIRE VILLAGE TICKET .Practically I i i entire Citizens' tic ket before the people in the election of Tuesday was stfept into ofllce on the wave of indignation caused ,by the manner in which the village affairs hud been managed the past two years by the men seeking re election on the. Municipal picket. Dr. N. K. Charlton, Citizens' can didate for mayor, was unopposed for that of lice and received 242 votes Roht. V. Isaacs was elected treas urer by a majority of 88 votes, lie receiving H7 while Slats Itankin, his op...

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. — 6 April 1918

Fair and Square ew asv a mwww ww vira Page 2 huí uiiAx xuxi-W'""" ' - ,. 1 ' ' , NEWS TO DATE IN PARAGRAPHS CAUGHT FROM THE NETWORK OF WIRES ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD. DURING THE PAST WEEK RECORD OF IMPORTANT EV2NT8 CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPL2. WMtm Nevipiptr Union Hswe Berries. ABOUT THE WAR Tierce fighting has broken out la the districts of Batouin, Kara and Alá ahni, In the Caucasus. One of the German long range guns bombarding Paris burst, according to prisoners captured on the French front, tire of the gun crew being killed. The muddy roads in France were Jammed with Americans on the move. 1b some cases they wore marching in double linpB, taking up the road from Ida to tide. The entire Turkish force In the Hit area In Mesopotamia has been cap tared or destroyed by the British, the London war office announces. Three thousand prisoners were taken. The beginning of April, a month whose dates are written largo on the pages of American history, finds the oldiers of the United States haste...

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. — 6 April 1918

E. C. Miera J. Ihiran M. Miera I. (HI I .no .:.o 2.IMJ l.(H) 1. 00 I. oo l.oo .00 i.00 .50 1. 00 -H'.J. C ) J. M 50 (j,.. Wm. ' j. 1.00 ,, 1 .00 ' . 2"!j.' THE EKLUHD HOTEL Steam Heated and Electric Lighted Eooas, S1.00 to $i.5o :ms. m jo 75c ; . f .;..: prl!t Cfasr Restaurant -Open Dtt$ and A; Call I'oa All Trains EKLUHD HUnt RANCH Miu fRRlGATIOK CO. v Clayton, IN. AA. - MA) UlUJO OUUOUUI 11UÜÜ 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 fniro, crtw ja person the ground, and thereby save you time and exiense. Wnte or call on U. E. DODSON, Inspector Clayton, New Mexico Cffice with Clayton Abstract Co. Fhore 223 r Kl We, the undersigned, agree lo pay la the Red Cross, during the. period of Ihe war, tlm following sums each and every month, collecl"d on Ihe ' first day of the. month: II., J. Hammond .r.. .5.00 K. V. Isaacs - 5.00 Citizen Pub. Co 2.50 (L U. Thompson . 1...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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