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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 6 April 1918

'i i . fi p i f , , BUY A BOHD ' . í i i a i - r, .j -i i rn i íLocal Liberty Loan Committee Announces Opening Of Third Drive for Sinews of War l Hi H M Fi M M N l to M h ' JV I lie Citizen of l" nion County: 'J'b ramnirn to float the Tliinl LilTrly loan of tin- I'nitoil State open in this county April 6, the t miUvofsary ot America'! entrance i nlo tlic war. As in former issues 'the tliinl ser of government war securities - will be tailed in denominations of a small enough sum to enable the man of moderate circumstances to contribute to the defense, of the na tion and in denominations targe - enough to attract the investment of men of means. They will bear a lib- eral rale of interest. This is your country's call to all its civilian cit izenship. It is your opportunity to reply to the recent Cernían drive. School boards thruout the county will constitute committees of pub licity and information i their res j.ect'ive districts. They will see that a vublic ineetinii is held at their ...

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. — 6 April 1918

Fair and Square THE CLAYTON NEWS Page 5 GERMANS SUFFER TERRIFIC LOSSES First Week of Great Battle De scribed in Detail. HEROISM OF THE BRITISH Retiring Slowly to the Somme, They Exact Awful Payment for Every Foot Gained by the Kaleer'a Hordes. London. Details of the first week ofthe great bnttte In France show that, while the fighting hax been more Revere than In any previous oiTenslve, there hns been nonuse for pessimism. The German losses have been ter rific, probably 2.r0,000 cnsunltles hav ing been suffered by the kaiser's hosts. At such cost they won less than one third of the ground on which they had counted. The morale of the British troops hns been perfect throughout and they have fought magnificently. Million Germane In Action. These facts stand out: It Is known that at least 1,000,000 Germans were engaged on the whole front of attack. In the Somme area not less than 62 army divisions were Identified. The British line suffered Its most severe buffeting In this stretch, but ...

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. — 6 April 1918

4 Page 6 THE CLAYTON NEWS. Oficial rr ot I. . I.aat Otter OWM R aad EDITOR K CKOSS LIST HtlNTEI iwmioi T COMMENT The VILLAGE CRIER . A Column of Opportunities RATIOS : One uortl; one time; one cent. Vnnir and address counted. All mis payable in ad anee. JSTIUYEO OR STOM A I rom A. I . Barnard ranch, two Mack mules about i'ii years old, weight about j On another urna "f 1 1 1 i s issue is 1000 pounds, oni: white pony marc published a full list of tho monthly nine vears "M, 'le hay filly, two ! snhnid.mis pledged lo the local , ' . ,, chaplee of the American lied Cross, years old. one darn bay horse colt mn. wns two years old. Finder pleas.; nodfy ,0 (l, ,.,,., ,s 1)f ,!. (ir(ajza. A. I. Bnis. Patterson, N. M. 1 01 f. Imn on a business basis. It is bc- -- - - I l.-iii'il thai the work of the Clayton koh SILK 2 heal will In- augmented by a stably i income instead of the irregular in- fr'OR ALK- The of Section 3, . ,-omc i..fi from belietits and hap- Townshlp :o. X, r.anee 35 K, Union ....

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. — 6 April 1918

a'Y..'i;;.;i;;.: ' ! i"Uli ul"! It'lll'll "I !l M;:;j i,..,,. Ill 'I'.'iW.M 'i.: ii,.;i;;;. V Pair and Square THE CLAYTON NEWS. Pajre 7 7 TL ; 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. Itetlticlion of price vill ho tmiioiiucril Inlrr ly tlie (iovrrnniriit G.G.G REV. FATIIEK IRWIAKKST TO' LEÍVE ST. JOSEPHS' Rev. Father M. Dumarest, who for the past Iweleve years has bom tlio pastor of St. Joseph's church at l"ol dom, ami active in church and civic affairs thru out the whole county, notified his pe-opio at Easier ser Ice that he would" sever his connection with Ihis parish and lake up his work in a new tteld in another part oT the state. The, announcement was heard with keen regret as Father Dumaresl lias endeared himself to all, irres pective of creed or worldly con dition. His work for the upbuilding of Ids church and for the northern part' of Union County will ba re membered f...

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. — 6 April 1918

Page 8 THE CLAYTON NEWS Fair and Square "OVER THE TOP" By An American Soldier Who Went Arthur Guy Empey Machine Gunner, Serving in France Copyright tilt, by Arthur Oqr Empey EMPEY GETS INTO THE FRONT LINE útENCH AND WISHES HE WERE BACK IN JERSEY CITY. Synoptic Fired by the sinking of the Lusltania, with the loss of American lives, Arthur Guy Empey, an American living In Jersey City, goes to England and entinta as a private In the British army. After a short experience as a recruiting officer in London, he Is aent to train ing quarters In France, where he first hears the sound of big guns and makes the acquaintance of "cooties." CHAPTER II. Continued. The greatest shock a recruit gets when he arrives at his battalion in France Is to see the men engaging in a "cootie" hunt. With an air of con tempt and disgust he avoids the com pany of the older men, until a couple of days later, In a torment of Itching, he also has to resort to a shirt hunt, or spend many a sleepless night of misery....

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. — 6 April 1918

I: .V !l:-3 EST TESTE Di - - - v-.n, ! i l ÍÍ ! I i I '. .- A I: i St.. nps.. 1 f Mnkl S J 9 -oJr1h i t araK-h Bt 1J m 1 (I HM JJ 1 ia . m y :m mm 5. -fill i ' .,i' i i - m . . it V 4 .3 THE LONG RUN vlr-if fM Claimant names at wltnens: I the 8th. day or May, lt. neit. at Joan I. Casados and Albert Yake. of I (his office. Ih following lrct of land: Claplmm, N.M.. and R, I. Sparks and ( rfBPE'i Section 1, Township 14 N., M. U. Casados, of Clayton, N. M. TAZ VALVKRDK March 1-Aprll 13. II. Register 1 s a 1 1 il ) :j r-; America's Roads; F! IGHTING tires, which hurl their tough treads and sturdy muscular bodies against the road, and battle the roughest going with phenomenal mileage, are Goodrich Tested Tires. You foresee splendid service in their gener ous, masterful size, and they have proved it for you on the car and on the road. 9 For Goodrich Test Car Fleets have brought back from a road test, which ran the length of the continent and .the year of 1917, a new standard for tires, the...

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. — 6 April 1918

It n I Supe r i orí T V; it The Superiority of Our Mill Work i atkn-J'tifd txn- by 0".f ftror.fp't cwrjfiitrrs. It hold :t fee high in the err!n rftor mnr.y rnvrr m. ' Onr large :ock, find urriph.t '!ra!ir? imr people favorably, and we respectfully solicit ynir b'i'i hps whop jpu are in the market for any'.h'njr in onr hr,.. Permit 'is to quote yon cur price?. CLAYTON CONSTRUCTION CO. ClJlYTO.y NEW MEXICO HOW ARE YOUR EYES SEE DR. D. W. HAYDON á.mVT YOVB ETK THOCDI.Ki AJTD CLARIES. DIFFICULT CASKS AKD KHTPTOK (IS- ISIDLB BIFOCAL) LEWSJUS A SPEClALTf. uh rniTn ra.insiACT, CLATTO. ABW MUS. "GO ON OR GO UNDER" ty Ron L. Hammor.d (Mr. Hamrmr.d n a mr mher cf a party of fuurtren who -went 10 rJuropc In Octo ber and telúrico aljiiut lieit-inbcr 1. Of IMa iiumoer ten wwe ineintei of Con- i;reK. The puny were suena of the Hht "h. Frene ft. und Kelfcian G ..veriirnent jnuch of the time uid were escorted by rpreeent:t tnes oí tliepe Governments up ami Uown the hattle lines and were shown many...

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. — 6 April 1918

Fair and Square THE CLAYTON NEWS Fago 11 FRENCH REPEL MAREUIL BLOW t FOCH'8 MEN GAIN GROUND NEAR PLEMONT AND CAPTURE PRISONERS. TEUTONS LOSE AYETTE SPIRITED ENGAGEMENTS RE PORTED BETWEEN 80MME AND OISE RIVERS. Wtm Nawspapar Unlop Nawe Berries. Paris, April 4. A German attack north of Moreull was repulsed by the French fire, and the enemy was una ble to gain a footing In any part of the French positions, the war office an nounces, except at one point. Ottawa, Ont, April 4. The follow ing dispatch was received from neu ter's correspondent at British head quarters in France: "Our airmen report much movement of troops, guns and transport in enemy regions, but Germans are experiencing unexpected difficulties in this regard. While for once the weather is turning . against active operations, it Is be lieved the Germans are bound to strike again as soon as possible and as hard as possible, or admit failure, ! .which alternative- would be fraught with a reaction from which the high command s...

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. — 6 April 1918

Page 12 t i TnE CLAYTON NEWS Fair and Sq-aart "Ready-to-WearH Our Specialty OTTO -JOHNSON MERCANTILE CO. "Ready-to-Wear" Our Specialty c A SA 97 LADIES' AND MENS' - UNDERWEAR One Sale lot of Combination Suits Special for this Sale 33 1-3 Off. One Lot of Princess Slips 33 1-3 Off. LADIES' AND MEN'S SHOE SALE Save 50 per cent, of what you spend for Shoes. One lot on sale 33 1-3 off LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR DEPT. Special Shipment of Ladies' Silk Dresses. Just Arrived. Specially Priced. $9.95, $15, $18.50, up to $40. - CORSET SALE KABO CORSETS Sizes Ranging from 18 to 30 One Lot on Sale -Choice 98c. EMBROIDERY SALE One Lot Embroider' to Trim Dresses On Special Sale 33 1-3 Off 33 1-3 Off Do Not Mms T ha 0 GROCERY DEPARTMENT QUALITY AND PRICE :-: While the world's battles are being fought by our Soldiers it is our duty at home to see to it that every ounce of food needed for them is saved. Do this by systematically using such items as Irish Potatoes, Corn Meal, Rice Peanut Products, Etc. IRI...

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. — 13 April 1918

ta t aaaU4UaT a largar aa4 fccttcr Clartaa aaá Caira CilF. Orftvtal aar fc Clarisa atarrVt Laa4 Of (loa aa4 af lalua Caaatr it m THK NWS tar tka vlaraar raatlaa at Ik war aftlMl ml Uta ría ka ellaalaatlaa af all fa4a ul musry wa aaaTaaaiatai fr flcaiacracr, aai atralaat all Jlagalaaa n 11 11 .... ,il..Ls 5771 D HVOTBD ta tfca talraaj ( c4 cltfaraaaha aa4 VOHUS ELETEX Number Sixteen. Clayton, New Mexico, April 13, 1918 I'BSCRIPTIOM Rita $1.00 PER YEa.lt PERONNE, WHERE BRITISH AIRMEN ARE BOMB ING THE HUNS -ii-uaan - i .i r1 i -: ZSi....-7.-. ...... .. i i i i nairfii lia maamnn' ÍLL PUNS FOR FLAG Dili CELEBRATION COMPLETED RT COMMITTEE-NOTED ORATORS WILL ADDRESS GATHERS ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW ABOUT Reports I rum France say ttie líriUsh ulrint-n u-e iiiu';ing i-epejneil ihgliis over Pennine mid irupplim ninny Inns of explosives xii tlie Germans who now hold the city. This photograph 'vvns taken nt the time the J'.ritish occupied Peronne nfier the (lermnn retreat to the HimlenlMirg line....

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. — 13 April 1918

EXPANSION OF ARMY AND TJAVY'S WORK BIG FEATURES OF FIRST YEAR OF WAR Official Statements of Government Departments Disclose Activities of United States in Past Twelve Months Land Forces now Aggregate More Than Million and Half Men Navy Personnel Tripled. The United States bas been at war far one year. What baa It accom plished la tbat timet Tba rovern aaeat's committee on public Informa tion answers that question In a re view of the first year of the war which tt has Issued on the first anniversary of tbe beginning of the war. The war and nary departments, tbe shipping hoid and the treasury department hare authorized the statements con tained la this review. It Is declared. The outstanding feature of the first year of war, It is pointed out ta the review, has been the transfor ma t toa of the standing army and Na tional Guard, composed of 9,524 offi cers and '02.510 men Into a fighting force that now aggregates 123,801 of ficers and 1.528,924 enlisted men. A ststement of the adjutan...

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. — 13 April 1918
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. — 13 April 1918
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. — 13 April 1918

Fair and Square THE CLAYTON NEWS Pago 5 NEWS TO DATE III PARAGRAPHS CAUGHT PROM THE NETWORK OP WIRES ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD. DURING THE PAST WEEK RECORD OF IMPORTANT EVENTS CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOP1 2. W salera Newspaper Union Hews aervlca. ABOUT THE WAR Turkish official communication records the capture by the Turk or Tan, in Turkish Armenia. Tuesday there wat no Indication of the near approach of the expected big battle on the Italian front, although the artillery engagement at various points were increasing in intensity. A dispatch to the London pally Mall from The Hague states that Ger many la combing out every available man, even from the munition facto ries, and drafting them Into the fight ing ranks. , Nikolai Lenlne, the Bolshevik pre- mler, in a speech at Moscow, said that possibly Russia would have to de clare war on Japan in connection with the landing of Japanese troops at Vladivostok. American outposts In the Lorraine sector attacked a German patrol Tuesday and killed one...

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. — 13 April 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS. phian took second honors in the has raised the feed and butlt the ne- John Joehrns, Field Agent of the? ressary shelters and complied with State Tax Commission, spent a few the necessary conditions for success-. days in Clayton on business. FREQUENT CULTIVATION SHOULD BE GIVEN GARDEN VEGETABLES contest and special mention is due this student in the remarkable ray he handled, Tho Meaning of the lcc- llaratinn of Independence, j Miss Klsif Ogilvie was given first j place in the I Hrlam;itory contest. ' The reading. The Heart f Old Hiek !ry, a story of a little news boy who i found his ideal in tli Governor of i Tennessee, was -particularly adopted to the ability of Miss npilive and the fully handling a small flock of sheep, the sheep will be delivered to him. TRINIDAD CREAMERY MVS HERE LOOKING OVKR HKIJ). H. .lacobson, representing the Truiidad Creamery Company, as Held is-iMil, was a Clayton visitor the simple child-like manner in which i Utter part of the week, fie...

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. — 13 April 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS. GROCERS HELP ' ltl 5H0 PLñl sIgn pledge to carry out food administration PROGRAM. AMERICAN TROOPS IN "PARLOR CAR" AND ADVANCING ON ENEMY POST CARDS IN STORES. Explain New Wheat Ruling to Thousands of Customers In sures Greater Food Saving. Grocer of the nation have accepted j enthusiastically the 50-50 basis for the j ; pnrchase of wheat flour and are doing , their utmost to explain the new regu- j In Hon to the housewife. This ruling b the U. S. Food Administration requires each purchaser of wheat flour to buy one pound of cereal substitute, one kind or assorted, for every pound of wheat flour. It was necessary to re strict the use of wheat flour In order that the allies and our fighting forces broad might be assured of an ade quate supply of wheat to meet their I vital needs. This supply must come from our savings because we have al ready 6ent our normal surplus. Wheat saving pledge cards were for warded by the Food Administration to all retail food merchants, an...

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. — 13 April 1918

Fago 8 THE CLAYTON NEWS Fair and Square Will" MAI1DIGVN SOLDIER MIO WENT MlllGUYffiTCY MACHINE GUMER,;iRYinCiri nUKCE- i)7by I EMPEY TAKES HIS FIRST TURN ON THE FIRING STEP OF THE TRENCH WHILE BULLETS WHIZ OVERHEAD. 8ynopsls. Fired by the linking 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 army. After a short experience as a recruiting officer to London, he is sent to train ing quarters In France, where he first hears the sound of big guns and makes the acquaintance of "cooties." After a brief period of training Empey's company Is sent Into the front-line trenches. CHAPTER V. Mud, Rats and Shells. I must have slept for two or three hours, not the refreshing kind that re sults from clean sheets and soft pil lows, but the sleep that comes from cold, wet and sheer exhnustlon. Suddenly, the earth seemed to shake and a thunderclap burst In my ears. I opened my eyes I was s...

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. — 13 April 1918
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. — 13 April 1918
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. — 13 April 1918

V Fair and Square TIIE CLAYTON NEWS Pago 11 FORCEJO UTMOST Cfc&llenga Flung to Germain bj w President Wilson in Balti more Address. OPEHSTHIRDLOAHDRIVE Cheap Triumph of Teutons in Russia Shows Aim to Strangle Weaker Nations. Waatara Nmptptt Unloa Nawi Sarvlo. Baltimore, Md. President WUsob, ta an address her April 6, said: Fellow CiUiens This it ths anniver sary oí our acceptance of Germany's ehallenge to fight for our right to lira and be free, and for the acred rights of tree men everywhere. The nation (a awake. There la no need to call to it We know what the war must cost, our utmost sacrifice, the lives of our attest men. and. If need he. all that we possess. The loan we are met to discuss Is one of the least parts of what we are called upon to give and to do. though In Itself Imperative. The people of the whole country are alive to the necessity of It, and are ready to lend to the utmost Even where It involves a sharp skimping and dally sacrifice to lend out of mtfager earn...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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