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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 27 April 1918

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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. — 27 April 1918

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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. — 27 April 1918

Btockers. good to cholo.. I Bn.L. i a .1 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. Waster Nwpspr Union If iwi rrte. ABOUT THE WAR French forces make slight gains In Amiens region. The BrltUh gained ground eaat of Robecq, according to Field Marshal Ilalg's report, and Improved their po litlón around Meteren. Numerous prisoner were captured. The British attack north of Albert was carried out on a front of about 1. 000 yards. Reuter's correspondent at British headquarters said that an ad vance was made to a depth of 250 yards. Diplomatic dispatches from Berne said Hungarian troops have arrived in Bolglunv Many troop trains, it was said, have passed through Liege. The presence of many Auatrtans was re ported also at Antwerp and Ghent One hundred and two enemy divi sions (1,224,000 men )have been em ployed against the British alone since Mar...

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. — 27 April 1918

Fair and Square THE CLAYTON NEWS GERMANY'S PLAN MANY AGES OLD Spirit of Militarism and Conquest Is as Old as Germany Itself. SEEK CONTROL OF WORLD Failure Due to Fact That It Did Not Include a Reckoning With Hu man Nature ae God Made It (By HAPtfBURQ LIEBE of the Vig ilantes.) The iverage man of those who have kept tip with current events dur - Ing the last few years will tell yon thRt Germany's colossal plnn Is 40 years old. As a mutter of fact, the seeds of It were sown more than a dozen times 40 years ago. The spirit of militarism and conquest and might-Is-rtght Is as old as the Teutonic war aarty, which Is as old as Germany It wlf. The majority of the other ca tions saw plenty of signs of the mon ster, for the war lords were brag garts, and they could not refrain from boasting of their scheme. The won der -f all Is tl.at these other nations, the tJnlted State Included, have not been taking preparatory and defensive measures for several decades. The dltlmate aim of the plan was, ...

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. — 27 April 1918

Page 12 THE CLAYTON NEWS Fair and Square "Ready-to-Wear" Our Specialty OTTO-JOHNSON MERCANTILE CO. "Ready-to-Wear" Our Specialty FOR YO p u CD A READY-TO-WEAR LADIES' WAISTS SPECIAL SALE ONE LOT . ' . ' 33 1-3 off PIECE GOODS DEPT. BARGAINS EMBROIDERY ONE LOT . ' . 33 1-3 off LADIES' COMBINATION SUITS One lot Muslin Combination Suits on Sale all this week. SOME SPECIAL BARGAINS 33 1-3 0(1 -PRICED -33 1-3 Off REMNANT SALE We have prepared all our short Ends and now have them out. SPECIALLY PRICED BIG BARGAINS. COME EARLY LADIES' SHOE SALE Ladies' Shoes Now on Special Sale. ONE LOT ON SALE 33 1 -3 Off :-: 33 1 -3 Off OGE QUALITY AND SERVICE SOUR KRAUT I Gallon Jar 3 lb. Can CODFISH 10 oz. Bricks 16 oz. Bricks SORGHUM Uncle Sam, per gal. Western Pride, pure $1.00 16 2-3c. 1 5 cts. 25 cts. 85 cts. $1.25 W DEPA TIE Bring your Poultry and Produce to us. We the highest market price. pay This is a time when our land is expected to produce its maximum and unless we use high standard tools we...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 27 April 1918

TUS CLAYTON HEWS (Continued from 1st page, feoc. 2) lay ut th proposed road would nec sáltate another railroad crossing with In ald distance without serving any useful nurnose. WHEREFORE, we recommend that the Honorable Board of County Com- mlaalonera disallow aald petition an decline lo open bald propoaed road. A. C. LOVELESS, J. A. BOTD, J. W. KITTS. Viewers. ÍRDER APPROVING REP.ORT AND DISALLOWING ROAD: The Board In regular session thl 3rd day of April, lili, took up for consideration the report 01 me view era of the above road heretofore ap pointed to view and report on aald road: and the Board having consta ered laid report and being otherwise fullv advlaed therein: It la therefore ordered that aald petition le, nd is I ereby In all respect ft l' roved. It la further ordered that aald pe i It inn be. and la hereby disallowed and that aald road petitioned for be nnt a-ranted. Done in open court this 3rd day of April, 1918. T. J. EDMONDSON. Chairman Attest: JUAN J. DURAN, Clerk. ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 27 April 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS 1)1 y u f , (Hfc'f lili TJ" Y 1 jpajr a, yys. re Distinction At Moderate Price ft HE new Grant Six has shown that a moderately priced car can still be smart-appearing in lines and finish. Discriminating people are no longer satisfied with a car that merely runs well and rides easily. They want a car that is good-looking too. There's nothing ordinary about this latest model it has real dis tinction and "lines where beauty lingers." The beauty c f tho '.ra:.t Six has greatly eUviuu'd its ;:')o,.:i::rit-. Yo: r Or..'. a v v 'til cf.v-circ iLar. c:: y other Now that a car of Grant Six beauty, mechanical refinement and extraor dinary economy is obtainable, people who in other years would have paid several hundred dollars more arc buying the Grant Six. But underneath appearance there must be substance. This the GraN'T Six has always had. Il has always been notable for its splendid flexible, quiet, iov.tIii1 overhvad-valve en gine, its full-floating ivir axle, its cantilev...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 27 April 1918

IT IS THE PATRIOTIC DUTY OF EVERY Y0UH6 MAN AND YOUNG WOMAN NOT DEFINITELY ENGAGED IN THE NATION'S SERVICE, TO PREPARE NOW FOR EFFICIENT SERVICE TO STATE AND NATION IN THE FUTURE iThere is no stronger foundation for a career of truly efficient service than a broad, liberal, college education. There is no better time than now to begin this education. There is no better place to begin than in the NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY At Albuquerque. No matter what your rircunutance, no mat ter what the demands upon your time, you can if you will, secure a thorough college education at your home state university. THE 1918 SUMMER TERM BEGINS JUNE 15 Abandon your plan for an idle summer, r.hnngn of environment and occupation make a trui' vacation. Spend THIS summer in preparing . yourself for a better, bigger future. Arrange to begin your college education now. Write today for full information. It is free. Address DAVID R. BOYD, President. UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO r An All ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 27 April 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS .. BUY SWASTIKA COAL IF YOU WANT THE BEST. MAY $8.75, JUNE $9.00, JULY $9.25, AUGUST $9.40, erDTrunrn n cn nrn tvwt new rnces Annnuncea oy me iiovcrnment w G.G.G. """"" i"- v " "" jiiiMWiiiiiiiiimiiiniwimmiiiii mÁim ti ra í "I 1:1 i'i i-J fea e-val it M pa I '3 1-1 I S E5--3 pa m i u i - f3 J-r Monday, May 6, 18 n aaaj u ' ' EVERY RED BLOODED CITIZEN Somewhere iii Union County. Sir, or Madam: The Red Croas Society of Union County in planning to have an auc tion sale Monday, May '6th., at It o'clock, a. at Clayton, N. M., for the purpose of raising funds for the organization. It is our intention to solicit every person in Union County for a dona tion for this sale. We know you are anxious to do something for this most worthy cause, so we are giving you this oportunity for help. Can you give us a calf, or a pig, or a sheep or a chicken, a few pounds of butter, or a couple of dozen eggs, a sack of beans, a bale of hay, a piece of fancy work, a rag rug, a jar of fruit o...

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. — 4 May 1918

UlTDDCDirD CdDdOíTDtty AflDotmcBimll: By $31 9 ti OO ll..Li ÍU1 í.LsVV&3 VOLIMN ELEVEN Number Nineteenth. Clayton, New Mexico, May 4,' 1918 SUBSCRIPTION RATK 91.0O PF.Il YEA II ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW ABOUT Uncle Sam is today the quarter master of a hungry world. A. X. Cornel left for Raton Wed nesday to spend a few weeks. V. V. leiupsey left Wednesday for Albuquerque. Mrs. H. M. Douglas, who has been visiting friends here for the past few months, left Wednesday for La Kemp, Okla. Mrs. D. Pollard returned this week from a vist with relatives at Ellen, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Reeves, who have been visiting in Clayton, re turned to their home in Gorman, Texas. J. II. Zurich, ranshman from Hay deu, is spending a few daya in Clay ton on business. F. S. Hyso, and sons, were in Clay ton the latter part of the week look ing for pasture for their catUe. D. Vernon Home, of Toledo, Ohio, came Tuesday to spend the summer on the ranch of Mrs. Amanda Bigler, near Seneca. J. V. Janney, who ha...

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. — 4 May 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS: FAIIMKH-STW.KMAN BUREAU WAGING WAH ON RODENTS The farmer-Stockman bureau is waging war on tin prairie dogs, Arid mice, pocket gophers and ground squirrels. The Biological Survey and State Council f Mefense are co-op-crating in this work. These pests have been helping the Kaiser ty doing more than a half million dollars damage, annually, ft crops in I'nion County. They are Jisily controlled and as a necessary far measure should be erterminat kl. Three government men and two trews are working now on prairie dogs in I'nion County ami remark able success is being obtained. IMans are now ready to start work on the field mice, kangaroo rats and ground squirrels. There is poison grain mixed ready for distribution, racked in 1 ami 2 (piart hues and .stored at Clayton. The County Council of hefensi: has vohmtered to take charge of this poison and have made arrange ments with the Four Stales Seed Company at Clayton, New Mexico to handle it. The poison grain is prepared ac co...

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. — 4 May 1918

Fair and Square THE CLAYTON NEWS We Are Not in Business for Our Health, But to Save Your Soles We are equipped with the very best modern machinery for re pair work on boots and nil oes, and we do such work 'while you wait. In tliewe times of expensive footwear U pays to have your old boots and shoes repaired, If the repairing is done well and done in time. But If you wear them until they are past redemption it is better to buy a new pair. Try our method of repairing and be convinced of the fact that "repaired In time saves the cost of a new polr of shoes." AVe use the best material we can get on the market. W. L. TOLLEY, Manager. The Clayton Electric Boot & Shoe Hospital MONEY TO LOAN OKLAHOMA FARM MORTGAGE CO. MAKES LOANS ON NEW MEXICO 1MTROVED FARMS; EAST TERMS; QUICK SERVICE; NO DELAY. The Inspector will call and look over your farm, draw papers, etc., and thereby save you time and expense. Write or call on U. E. DODSON, Inspector Clayton, New Mexico. Office With Clayton Abst...

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. — 4 May 1918

Waatarn Newapaper Union Niwi Barrica. COMINO BVE.fTI. THE CLAYTON NEWS Fair and Square NEWS TO DATE IN PARAGRAPHS CAUGHT PROM THE NETWORK OP WIRES ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD. DURING THE PAST WEEK RECORD OF IMPORTANT EVENTS CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPLE. Western Mawepeper Ualoa nwi nervlee. ABOUT THE WAB French gunnera put two long dls tuce German (an out of commis sion. Kemmel bill strewn with bodies ot Germans sacrificed trying to gain vant age point. "We have occupied the fortress ot Kara and captured 8C0 guns," says a Turkish report from Constantinople. The entente allied line has been ad met The Franco-British forces also have made progress south of that region. , British casualty lists published dur ing April showed 1.C83 officers killed. 4.841 wounded and 2,459 missing; 8,181 men killed; 35,304 wounded and 814 missing. Fire countries are reported In the throes of revolt or threatened with epoch-making uprisings. They are Russia, Austria, Germany, Siberia and Finland. Losses of German s...

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. — 4 May 1918

AJKZKIOAM JTLA.U MJTU. COt, abaten, fa Fair and Square THE CLAYTON NEWS Helping the Heat 'and Milk Supply (Special Information Service, United Bute Department of Agriculture.) HOW YOUR MILK GETS TO TOWN p -w m. -- , , : ,-r- - j i -in J furria MILK'S JOURNEY: COW TO KITCHEN Many Farmers Working Hard to Give People Clean Food at Earliest Moment DIFFICULT STEPS IN SYSTEM The Bottle You Take Off Your Back Porch May Have Traveled 200 Mile lit Some of These Carriers. Help Save Game Birds. The last day of the open seusoa for hunting migratory game birds under the federal regulations was January 31 and It is now unlawful to capture or kill migratory game birds anywnere In the United States. The department of agriculture makes this announce ment In response to numerous requests for Information concerning the fed eral protective law. State game com mlssloners and sportsmen in nearly every state report that more wild fowl were killed during the open season just passed than in any season for m...

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. — 4 May 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS Fair and Square Make Cottage Cheese Food That Is Nutritious and Cheaper Than Most Meats in Furnishing Protein Q, i-i-? o MM: i - A Ktel J : . v-t i Preparing Homemade Cottage Cheese for the Market. If a condensary Is within reasonable distance the creameryman sometimes can sell his skim milk there. Very iew creameries, however, are so situ ated, and the largest opportunity for the creuineryninn to divert skim milk and buttermilk Into channels of hu man consumption Is by the manufac ture of cottage cheese, says the United States department of agriculture. iThls product Is easy to make and util izes skim milk and good grades of buttermilk. Cottage cheese Is one of the impor tant meat substltntes. It contains a larger percentage of protein (the chief material for body building) than most meats and furnishes this material at a lower cost. In every pound of cot tage cheese there Is about one-fifth of a pound of protein, nearly all of which Is digestible. Meats, on the ot...

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. — 4 May 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS iiiiii!iinit)iiiiiiiimit)iiiiiiniiii)iiiiHiMiii()MimiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiii SCHOOL NOTES ni(iiiiniui!icimiiiiiiiiiHHiiiiii!Hmiuiii!iimiiiiiiiiiii!!iiiiiinc The Car For The Thrifty PUT a gallon of gasoline into your Grant Six and get back 20 miles of travel. Put in a gallon of oil and you may expect and will get perfect lubrication for 900 miles. The tires that come with the car should carry you 7000 miles or more before they wear out. When you remember that the Grant Six is a pretty good sized car with all the power you need, Grant Six economy begins to mean something to you. In buying a Grant Six you save $200 to $300 at the start over any other car that will give you equally good service, and you save on fuel, oil and tires every clay you run it. The extremely moderate price and high economy of this car must appeal to everyone who considers thrift a national duty. And most people will agree that the quiet, good taste of the Grant Six is wholly in keeping with the sp...

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. — 4 May 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS. The VILLAGE CRIER COLUMN I A Column of OPPORTUNITIES for hvery News Keader Rate: One Cent per Word per Issue STRAYLH OH STOLLN 1 nun A. 1 . Ifarnai'l ranch, two Mack nnilc about eleven years oM, weiulit about 1(XK) jiuiinil.s one white iwmy man; nine years oM, one bay lilly, two years 1 1 , one ilarn bay horse colt two years old. r'ituler jileare notify A. I! Hiii, l'alterson, N. M. 101 f. H)lt SALK Sweet potato, cabbage, ami totualnu jilanls. Write for cir rular. T. Jones ami :. Clarendon, Texas. 15-20 LOST STRAYED Oil STOLEN One gray, two-year old filly; one bay horse eolt coining two years old; one bay lilly coining two years old rather largo for age with a little white on hind foot; one iron grey mare colt with white face, not quite a year old. All gentle. .No brands. Will pay $-"0 reward for recovery of all. or &5 for any one. Mose Dothcr- ton, Thomas, N. M. IG-iO TYPEWRITER RIHHONS-VKlcan- Write" manufactured for this cli mate. Guaranteed. 91.00 each, for...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 4 May 1918

I THE CLAYTON NEWS Go BUY SWASTIKA COAL IF YOU WANT THE BEST. MAY $8.75, JUNE $9.00, JULY $9.25. AUGUST $9.40, SEPTEMBER $9.50 PER TON. New PriccN AiuioiiiK rtl !y T) vtnunciii HAPPENINGS AND WHEREABOUTS mil Mcci i: in vs iti:iu:st IN POWKLL OYKHL.WH (Í All AU". Mr. J. A. McGinn', who is too well known to need introduction, has purchased stock in l'owi'll Overland Company, and has assunn-d position as Assistant Manager of tlu liusinoss. M. McCunn will havo cliarK'' of tin general business of tho garage, and Mr. I. II. Powell, the President, will devote most of his time to the sale of the popular line of automobiles carried by the company. Mr. MeC.upne was formerly mana ger of the Kquity store in Clayton, and until recently has been employ ed by the Four States Seed Co., in a responsible position. Mr. McCune has a host of friends whom lie will be glad to welcome at his new place of business. His connection with this company means the further success of an already flourishing concern....

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. — 4 May 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS Proceedings of the Board of County Commis sioners of Union County New Mexico t'iiNTlM'KI Klin.M LAST WKKK Tin- Hii;inl not at :i o'clock, u. in.. pursuant to ;nl 1 1 ii i n m-n t T esti i-.l.iy-. tin-re t'i-liiu inisint tin- .:un.' i naii-man and other llli-mlicl S of K t i-il : I ' . Tin- nsn: iiiit l f '. W. ''lark. .lis- t it 1 I for I'l.-i llirt No 'J".. ;i.i i.ccri.tcd. Coin.- now M. M 'riionip.cn. it ills, iiml .r-siii l s to tin- Horn il :i ..titioli sinned l.v tin- Huillín r of tío- i '.i muí in n Vall.v I -t i; ;i t I. . il l'o a k I M: the Hoard to iinli-r tlx- assisor of 1 nl. .n Collllly 'cv Mexico, not to I'lii'i- ini.v of tin liinil on tin- t.ix roll for tliis or since. -d-Int' veals nualiisl hiiI. I above company for tin- ran.n Hint similar p.titlon iv.in present. d to tin- liltriit I'otirt lit Ttl-iiiinii-iirl. M. M. In i ii lol'i-r. l!'l", term iinil tin- Court ordered tin- taxes niiull ed IH to tin- Canadian Valley Irrigation 'nmpaiiv. muí tin- moi...

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. — 4 May 1918

Fair and Square THE CLAYTON NEWS The BULLETIN BOARD A Business Directory A. IL ATTORNEY AT LAW OMr la Flrat National Baak Balldlns. CLAYTON I-1 NKW MEXICO. HILL BROTHERS Coal, Ice and Transfer Company Tclcakaa B8-C ' CLAYTON, i-i NEW MEXICO. W.M. LESLIE, M.D. PHYSICIAN AMI SURUEON. Over Deaa's Uakrry. CHARLTON BLDO. P1IONK 232 CLAYTON. I-I NEW MEXICO. Dr. C E. KELLER DENTIST. Ore Daa's Bakery. Office Phoae 101-B Clayton. COL GEO. GOODYEAR COL J. A. SOWERS AUCTIONEERS. Thirty year experience In livestock, townslte and general alea crying. All work will be appreciated. Write Col. Sowera at Seneca, or phone Wanette; write CoL Goodyear at Clayton or phone Caudle's Furniture Store. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. COL E. Ü. JACOBS AUCTIONEER. Moat Experienced la Unloa Connty. Satlafactloa Gaaranteed. CLAYTON. I-1 NEW MEXICO. Dr. J. C. KISNER 1 GENERAL PRACTICE. Office Next to Telephone Ex change In Charlton Building-, Clayton, N. M. Also Specialist on Rectum, Ear, Nose, Throat, Stomach, Diseases...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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