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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 4 May 1918

! THE CLAYTON NEWS Fair and Square "OVER THE TOP By An American Arthur Guy Emmpey Soldier lhoWbnt Machine Gunner, Serving in France Copyright 1917, by Arthur Ooy Inpt; EMPEY GOES "OVER THE TOP" FOR THE FIRST TIME AND HAS DESPERATE HAND-TO-HAND FIGHT Synopsis Kir im1 by the sinking of the Lusltanla, with the loss of American lives, Arthur Guy Enippy, nn American living In Jersey City, goes tb England and enlists as a private In the British army. After a short experience as a recruiting officer In London, he Is sent to train ing quarters In France, where lie 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,' where he takes his first turn on the lire step while the bullets whis overhead. Empey learns, as comrade falls, that death lurks always In the trenches. CHAPTER X Continued. We had a sergeant In our battalion named Warren. He was on duty with his platoon In the Ore trenc...

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. — 4 May 1918

temperatura nt hi ti.. ev writ aa befara h-oyin Fair and Square THE CLAYTON NEWS GIRLS! MAKE UP A LEMON LOTION LEMON JUICE WHITENS 8KIN AND REMOVES TAN, FRECKLES, 8ALLOWNE83. Squeeze the Juice of two lemons Into a bottle containing three ounces of or chard white, shake well, and you have a quarter pint of the best freckle and tan lotion, and complexion whltener, at rery small cost Tour grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of orchard white for a few cents. Massage this sweetly fra grant lotion Into the face, neck, arms and hands each day and see how freck les and blemishes disappear and how clear, soft and white the skin becomes. Tes I It la harmless. Adr. Altogether Too Realistic. The critic seemed struck with the picture. This snowstorm painting Is very fine Indeed." he said to the artist "It almost makes me feel cold to look at If Tes, It must be realistic," admit ted the other. "A fellow got Into my studio one day In my absence, look...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 4 May 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS Fair and Square LEGAL BLANKS A Full Line of New Mexico Legal Blanks Carried in Stock THE CLAYTON NEWS THE Eclipse Wood Windmill keeps your tank full of watjtrtaf t h mallar rwuiihlf píkK Farm. C ert using it have proven this. Eclipse Mills re Mill pumping water today without repair costs iter 30 Years of Service Come In and find out about thr wonderful enrice the powerful and superior construct ion oí the Eclipse. R. W. Isaacs, Clayton, N.M. 5UPERI0R1TYj The Superiority of Our Mill Work Is acknowledged even by our strongest competitors. It holds its place high in the opinion of our many customers'. Our large stock, and upright dealings impress people favorably, and we respectfully so licit your business when you are in the market for anything in our line. Permit us to quote you our prices. CLAYTON CONSTRUCTION CO. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO. ABSTRACTS A SPECIALTY THE CLAYTON ABSTRACT COMPANY INCORPORATED. , M. P. HARVY, Manager. Phone 223. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO . , w urn The...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 4 May 1918

JOSE DE LA LUZ BACA, 8ERAPIO MIERA. THE CLAYTON NEWS WOTICH OF PUBLICATION Stabs of New Mexico, County of Un ion. In the District Court of Union County, Eighth Judicial Dlstrlot of New Mexico: Anna Maria 8. Martinet vs. No. 1270 Leon Meataa, If living, if dead hla un known helra, Maraelo Armljo, If living, if dead, hla unknown helra. Ana Maria Maitines, and all unknown clalmanta of Interest In the premlaea herelafter deaorlbed, adverae to the plaintiff. The aald defendants, Leon Meataa and Maraelo Armljo, If living, If dead, their unknown helra. Ana Maria Martines, and all unknown claimants of tntereat in the premlaea hereinafter described adverse to the plaintiff are hereby no tified that a auit has been commenced agalnat them In the District Court for the County of Union, Era; ith Judicial District of the 6'ate of I.'ew Mexico, by said plaintiff, Anna Maria Martines, to establish the estate of the plaintiff and to quiet her title In and to the following; described land, to-wlt: 8V...

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

fe,.. . .mrnS 114 m b i i b B 1 b! b b Tá B Tú B 8 B Tá B "Ready-to-Wear" Our Specialty OTTO-JOHNSON MERCANTILE CO. "Ready-to-Wear" Our Specialty SUIT SALE 33 1-3 Discount for One Week Beginning Monday, May 6th Ending Saturday, May 11th .'. b B B Tá fl: 0 LADIES' TAILORED SUITS AT 33 1-3 per cent off .S:i.".(M( l.ailirs Suits, fop Of" this week only... Jt 33 $25.00 Ladies Suits, for 1 S Z" this week only 1 U.Ut) S22.50 I.tnlirs Suits, fop f AA this week only 1 J tlj $20. 00 Ladies Suits, Tor in nH this week only 1333 SIK.50 Ladies Suits, for 1 O nf this wi'pk only A33 LADIES' WOOL DRESSES 33 1 -3 per cent off $30.00 Wool Dresses, for OA A A this week only.. . ZU.UU $25.00 Woll Dresses, for p this week only. lO.Oj $22.50 Wool Dresses, Tor p- AA this week only 13 Ul $20.00 Wool Dresses, for t O Qrj this week only X 033 $18.50 Wool Dresses, for 1 Q this week only 1 133 KIRSCHBAUM CLQTHES il'AARANTEED ALL WOLL; Every suit guurunteed to satisfy. $10.50 to 43 LADIES SHOE SALE BUY NOW AND ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 11 May 1918

ilia A VIP M Ml VOLIH1 F.tEVK KÚIRRH "tHIRTV Clayton, New Mexico, May 1Í , H 18 SUBSCRIPTION RATE 1.00 PER TEAR HAPPENINGS AND WHEREABOUTS John Hill Gels Commission The mfany friends of John Hill will be glad to learn that ho has been suceesful in passing the exam ination for a commission in the army and will probably be commissioned in the very near future. His stand ing in the examination entitles him to a leiutenancy. Childrens' Party for Grown-Ups Mrs W. A. Henderson will give at her home Wednesday evening under the auspicies and for the benefit 'of the Methodist Ladies Aid piano fund. She will bo assisted by Mrs. Korner and the Misses Eg gleslon, Lucas and Cox. Chautauqua Starts June Eleven Miss Virginia Hoogle, repesenting the Rcdpath-Horner Bureau is in (May ton making tlnat preparations for the' usual summer Chautauqua, which will open this year June 11, and will continue for live days. Announcement of the forthcoming feature events of this chautauqua ; will be made in subse...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 11 May 1918

Mr-. W jii Mia,i- and Mrs. S,-n- Mesilla lias lieea in rlub work ofi flavin M,asnti nia.- was in from Nuuipicie vician lauiy luiiiiuvu. : i TÍIE CLAYTON NEWS. BIG MONDAY VISITORS TO CLAYTON ! Ilai i y ami C.liaili's Murphy, of Ml. lorn rvi iIiiwti for Hiir Mmiday. 1HI NVarrt'ii was a Ml.. Inra ros li nt in r.lavl-'ii f"r th'1 May, Mmnlay. l'x S"ul! vv ;i- ;i 1 1' t Imt Ml. I ) ira l-i! i.- I. li liuly n-tit Hi ' first ' Monday, i - i Uiarh's Miult. ( tli't Otto coin-! iminily was in fur the 1k Monday sah's. ! Mrs. .1. . Smarlt ami l ay Smartti vvri'i' t.layloii iiln!-s front the l(nl cufuiniinily, first M"inlav. I fj, na r.i ihj tu ri fi y i i a nnim i miiiii inrn VTT f i mí i 'llii-' piM-rmin-iit. is iiulhih'-: ini'i'i' than lili- rxpri'ssicin of 1 1 1 1 ( ( 1 . 1 . ami if ' uiv In w in t!ii vvar il will In' niily iirraiiM' i r man. wi'inaii aiul rliild char-s liiinsi'll' ilaily ami hourly vvilli (lie li's! "iliir- tins f ir tlial i'uii li i 1 1 1 í In vv in fin' war." IIKItHKItT l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 11 May 1918

Fair and Square THE CLAYTON NEWS The BULLETIN BOARD A Business Directory A. II. ATTORNEY AT LAW Office la Ftrat Nalaal Bask - Batidlas. CI A Y TO l-l NEW MEXICO. HILL BROTHERS Coal, Ice and Transfer Company Trlrphoae 58-C CLAYTON. 1-1 SEW MEXICO. W.M. LESLIE, M.D. PHYSICIAN AND SIRUKON. Orff Deaa's Bakery, CHARLTON BLDO. PHONK 232 CLAYTON, l-l NEW MEXICO. Dr. C. E. KELLER DENTIST. Ot Deaa's Bakery. Office Pheae 101-B Clartoa. AUCTIONEER. Meat Experleaeed la Ualea Caaaty. Satlafactloa Gaaraatecd. CLAYTON, l-l NEW MEXICO. COL GEO. GOODYEAR COL J. A. SOWERS AUCTIONEERS. Thirty years experience In livestock, townstte and general sales crying;. All work will be appreciated. Write Col. Bowers at Seneca, or phone Wanette; write Col. Goodyear at Clayton or phone Caudle's Furniture Store. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. COL E. U. JACOBS Dr. J. C. KISNER GBNERAL PRACTICE. Office Next ta Telepkoae E ehaaae la Charltoa Batidlas;, Claytoa. N. at. Also Specialist on Rectum, Ear, Nose, Throat. Stomach, D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 11 May 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS Fair and Square i ría u (M;ini 5 AMAMEfiKM50LWm MOVENT ADHífiDíDMlf MACHINE! GUMIiERCRYING M fRAMCf 0 17 BY EMPEY JOINS THE "SUICIDE CJ.UB," AS THE BOMBING SQUAD IS CALLED. Synopals, Fired by the sinking of the Lusitnnla, with the loss of ' American lives, Arthur Guy Empey, aa American living la Jersey City, goes to England and enlists as a private In the British army. After a short experience as a recruiting ofllcer In London, be 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 Empcy'a company Is sent Into the front-line trenches, where he takes bis Qrst turn on the Are step while the bullets whiz overhead. Empey learns, as comrade falls, that death lurks always In the trenches. Empey goes "over the top" for the first time and has a desperate fight. CHAPTER XII. ft Bombing. The boys In the section welcomed me back, but there were many strange faces. Several ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 11 May 1918

For Infanta and Cltlldrcn. Motliqrs Know Thai Genuino Castoria Fair and Square THE CLAYTON NEWS i 17,000,000 OWN THIRD WAR BONDS 7,000,000 MORE PERSONS THAN IN SECOND LOAN, 12,500,000 MORE THAN IN FIR8T. SAVINGS HABITSPREADS PROSPECT8 FOR VICTORY IN FU TURE CAMPAIGNS EXCELLENT, SAYS SECRETARY McADOO. W atara Newspaper Union News Barrica. Washington, May 6. Analysis of Liberty Loan reports showed that probably. 17,000,000 persons bought bonds In ths campaign,, which closed Baturday midnight 7,000,000 more than in the tecond loan, and 12,600, 000 more than In the first. Latest tabulations showed $3,316. 628,260, reportod subscriptions, but the treasury now believes the actual total, which may run to $4,000,000,000, will not be definitely known until May II. "Whatever the money total," said a treasury statement, "the loan Just olosed probably Is the most successful ever floated by any nation. The mar velous distribution of the Third Lib erty loan indicates that one out of eve7 six pers...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 11 May 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS Fair and Square ITALIAN WAR HEROES HONORED IT t "."R' -MMll lilis)..,.-;- y.Wfw-'''1'1''' "m- l"W(iliHi.ytmii'piwWHft "I ' . "... í -ViU .- í'- i."' . :í-- ft i ' 4 Soldiers of Hie valiant Italian army that checked the Oerman onrush at the I'lnve line received decorations at an Impressive ceremony held In Milan. The photograph shows a mutilated officer honored with a war medal that had been awarded to his brother who was killed In action. IDLERS MUST BE FORCED TO WORK Vigorous Enforcement of the Vagrancy Law Is a Pub lic Necessity. CUT OUT THE SENTIMENT Duty of Every Citizen to Report Neighbor or Acquaintance Who Won't Work and Demand i Sheriff Enforce Laws. Preparad by the United Stati Drprt ment of Agriculture.) Washington. Most communities all ever the United States are enforcing, r prepurlng to enforce the vagrancy laws very vigorously. There Is a nation-wide sentiment of utter detesta tion for the man so small of spirit as to be willing to do nothing during the...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 11 May 1918

rttttlnu AMISTAD On the Miip Amistad por THE CLAYTON NEWS YOUNG MAN! YOUNG WOMAN ! Have You Begun to Realize the Advantages Over You Held By the Man or Woman With a Thorough College Education. If you have realized these advantages you have begun to think about getting a College Education and you have begun to want that Education very much. IF YOU WANT SUCH AN EDUCATION HARD ENOUGH YOU m MD WILL GET IT--Y0U CAN, IF YOU WILL, BEGIN IT RIGHT NOW. --Write today to DAVID R. BOYD, President, UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO ALBUQUERQUE, v. NEW MEXICO Ask for complete information about the op portunities for YOU in the Summer period of regular University work which be gins JUNE 15th, IT will come to ' you by return mail. ( ound About The County News Items From Correspondants THOMAS AND CLAPHAM . Miosis. A. Herlin and Pre. ( illlemi u f Las Venas. vi (.l:vtoii May 0, on business. Ih garden vai.lky Tin1 lia.-'e liall season is Ain- l .-.- ii-'nl niel sedan 1 1 1 - mu. 'iii ci viuy ' Mrs. A. Uerlin. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 11 May 1918

1 THE CLAYTON NEWS. The VILLAGE CRIER COLUMN A KEEeSK- STRAYED OH STOLEN From A. D. Barnard ranch, two black mules about eleven years old, weight about 1000 pounds, ono whito pony mare nine years old, ono bay filly, two years old, ono darn bay horse colt two years old. Tinder please notify A. D. Buis, Patterson, N. M. iótf. FOIl SALE Sweet potato, cabbage, and tomaloe plants. Write for cir rular. T. Jones and Co. Clarendon, Texas. 13-20 TYPEWRITER lUIUMKVS Klcan Wrilo" manufactured for this cli mate. Guaranteed. $1.00 each, for any machine. News Ofllce. CATTLE FOR SALE Two hundred head of white-faced cattle for sale and ranch for lease. Apply to Fred M. Cod 1 in, (ladstonn, N. M. l7-i(.r FEATHERWEIGHT BOND A thin cockle finished typewriter paper. Legal size. Five hundred sheets in convenient cabinet, i?J.(K). News. Official Paper of f. 8. Land Of flee THE CLAYTON NEWS Official Taper of Count? of CbIob G. C. Smith, OWXKIl and EDITOR Entered la the Poat Office at Clapton, .enr Mexico,...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 11 May 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS r t BUY SWASTIKA COAL IF YOU WANT THF. RFST MAY $8.75, JUNE $9.00, JULY $9.25,. AUGUST $9.40, SEPTEMBER $9.50 PER TON. New Prices Announced by the Government G.G.G HO .LjU H pro iuui nnuv 1 AMERICAN TROOPS PASSING THROUGH LONDON ON WAY TO FRONT FOR FESIWA Li s - IT? f t 1 42lt i .ii., i. .-. s I : ft 1 V s Í it . J. & n -.'j ., í -t aA r-iwjiwiTr -r..ii wupwwwi , ,...... . r r r , M .,. r , ,r ITri , H l)ML , J( 11111111 j1""', iirtinnwini aiwiii iMH?ifirtiainiimirri tu J miiiiíurtiir'-' "1 - - "iitiMirrifi --iirwf on nwnr -r-, . a t r ST A I IT ON ITHST lA(;i: It Is u ciiihiumii sight nowiidnjs i m-c llw ttrti -is nxl luiriii-.i' d vi'torims t,f .NiiK-riciin tniiiiinjí lamps )isslng through Louilon on their way to the French front. Jliiuy 'f """ units lire landed tit 1111 Knglish port, and the men are given a hike through Kngland to stretch their legs after the long sea voynsje. The photograph shows tbe system of pack carrying ndopted by our troops on the inari...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 11 May 1918

New .M.-no I THE CLAYTON NEWS Church Notice FIHST M. K. CIIUIICH Nov. II. H. Mili?, IX 1)., Pastor. Sunday Sclionl ... 10 A.M. .loserili (ill, Suit. Morning Service II A.M. Evening Service" 8P.M. Free Movies at rach evening service "Coiue tliou willi us and wc will tirfl tliec good." .IoIiiimmi'n Scntenep Commuted. tirovVr '. .lolnisdii. who ri'cently came lo I'niiMi County to u-ive hini self to Hie custody of the warden of the slate penitentiary to serve a term . of frojn I:.' to 1 r years for munler in the second decree, has received ;i conilliutiiiii nf sentence U from not less than one year lo not more than three years. Johnson was found K'lilty in March 1117, and appealed to the Supreme Court. The liii-'her tribunal a short time a pi affirmed the lower court, nd .lnlin miii came here alone Id Live him-elf up. In (ommul ill(f the S''Ilfi'e, the order of the (overnor stales that John-ion "coinmitleil no hirdier de cree crime than manslaughter." That tin, olíanse was "largely the ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 11 May 1918

TeAr and Cqnara tttk nT.ávrnTr vrvvtr 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 boot and shoes, and we do sach work while 70a wait. In these time oí expensive footwear it 'pay to have your old booU and shoe repaired, If the repairing U done well and done in time. But If you wear them unUl they are past redemption It 1 better to buy a new pair. Try our method of repairing and be convinced of the fact thai repaired In time MTea the coat of a new pair of shoes." We une ; the best material we can get on the market. W. L. TOLLEY, Manager. The Clayton Electric Boot & Shoe JHospital MONEY TO LOAN OKLAHOMA FARM MORTGAGE CO. MAKES LOANS ON NEW MEXICO IMPROVED FARMS; EASY TERMS; QUICK SERVICE; NO DELAY. . The Inspector wUl call and look oyer your farm, draw papers, etc., and thereby save you time and expense. Write or call on V. E. DODSOX, Inspector Clayton, New Mexico. Office With Clayton Abstract...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 11 May 1918

1 - - - ' 1 .... 1 - .1 fa..T.thiii: THE CLAYTON NEWS Fair and Square NEWS TO DATE IN PARAGRAPHS CAUGHT FROM THE NETWORK OP WIRES ROUND ABOUT THS WORLD. DURING THE PAST WEEK RECORD OF IMPORTANT IVENTi CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPLE. WMlirn Newapspsr Union mws Barrica. ABOUT THE WAR The Nlcarflguan Congress declared war on Germany and her allies. British casualties reported during the week ending May 7 reached a to tal of 38,691. Tuesday, May 7, was the third anni versary of the sinking of the Lusltanla by a German submarine with a loss of 1,275 lives. Germans are credited. In reports re ceived at Paris, with Injecting asphyx iating gas Into letters sent home by prisoners In their camps. The American artillery fired 00,000 shells Into the German trenches be fore a recent attack, completely blot ting them out, it was announced at Taris. .North of the Soranie, the Austral ians advanced 700 yards on a 1,500 yard front Sunday, and early Monday they added another 500. yards on a 2,-000-yard fr...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 11 May 1918

Fair and Equaxo THE CLAYTON NEWS 111 RETREAT OF VIVIO WORD PICTURE PAINTED BY AN ILLINOIS OFFICER IN THE GREAT BATTLE. BRITISH IN HERCULEAN TASK Although Enemy Divisions Numbered Ten to One, Slaughter of Germans Was Terrifle Thrilling Details by Lieut. Roswell T. Pettit Details of the nalg ret rent la the famous battle In Plcardy. are most Interestingly told by First Lieutenant Roswell T. Pettit. M. O.-R. C. of Ot tawa, III., In a letter to his fnther, Dr. J. W. Petllt of the Ottawa tuber " miosis colony ami published In the Chicago Trilmne. The American offl er endured nine days of the horrors and was In the thickest of the-flghtlng during the retreat of the BrlilHh Fifth army from St. Quentln. Lieutenant Pettita report of the battle thrills, and the stress of the great conflict are giren before his Impressions had In any way been dulled by time, written Im mediately after his experience. His letter follows: Lieutenant Pettlt's Letter. March 30. Dear Father: Now that the show Is ov...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 11 May 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS Fair and Square j Helping the Heat and Hilk Supply !' :J (Special Information Service. United State Department of Agriculture.) WOLVES AND COYOTES OR LIVE STOCK WHICH7 1 V .f ac-aTCTiati,iitwi,-,i''itot1' Coyote Destroy Thousand of Dollar Worth of Live Stock Every Year Ten Thousand Were Exterminated by Hunter of the Department of Agricul ture During Part of Last Summer and Fall. WAGING WAR ON FOOD DESTROYERS Predatory Animals in Western States Cause Immense Dam age Each Year. HUNTERS ARE NOW AT WORK In Two and Half Year 50,000 Wolve, Coyote, Bobcats, Lions, Bear and Other Beast Killed by I Paid Hunter. The city purchaser of moat does not always realize the really serious diffi culties to be overcome before a choice cut of steak or a cheaper stewing piece can be brought to market. lie buys what he wants or can afford, always marveling at the increasing cost. If the supply of food were Increased by $300,000,000 worth, the cost would be correspondingly less, and when t...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 11 May 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS NOTICH OF PIBLICATIOX State of New Mexico, County of Un ion. In the District Court of Union County, Eighth Judicial Dtetrlot of New Mexico: Amf Maria S. Martinez vh. No. S270 Leon Meatas, if living. If dead hie un known heirs, Marselo Armljo, If living. If dead, hla unknown heirs. Ana Maria Martinet, and all unknown claimants of interest In the premises herclafter .described, adverse to the plaintiff. The said defendants, Leon Mentas and Marselo Armljo, if living, if dead, their unknown heirs. Ana Maria Martinez, and nil unknown claimants of interest In the premises hereinafter described adverse to the plaintiff are hereby no tified that a suit has been commenced ngaltiBt litem lo tho District Court for tho County of Union. Kr ith Judicial Dlstriut of the grate of New Mexico, by said plaintiff, Anna Maria Martinez, to establish tho estate of the plaintiff and to quiet her title In and to the following described land, to-wit: S'4 of the SHU, N of tho SE'i, hits 3. 4 ...

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