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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 11 May 1918

.1 MMUtiCOtMlfU -It"- THE CLAYTON NEWS 0 IB i i 0 e rá b b rá B b b b HZ "Ready-to-Wear" Our Specialty OTTO - JOHNSON MERCANTILE CO. "Ready-to-Wear" Our Specialty tiimty tiiiu:i: and onk tii run wax ChNT OFF SIS suits now $12 $25 suits now ?l(.Ci. $.!(! suits now $20 LADIES WOOL IHU.SS SALK .'!:; I-.! per crnt off $12.."ll dresses n SX.33 SIS dresses mm $12.10 S2" dresses now $I(!.(m l out llltl)Vlti: ii:i lt I Ml. NT III iinpi'o iiifi tin farm the water proMein is one or Hit' (irciilcst (hat we lnic to con sider. A (((Mid well willi a ijride )imiiiii( oí 1 1 li I will pay (tin in terest on I In invest ment. There Is iiolhiii lici ten I'm lijs purpose than a ST Alt windmill. The ST AH mill is is simplieity itself. It is (lesimitd and manu factured along) (lie best lines, 'litis is proven by (lie number of mills still standinu af ter ."() j ears service, sell you (lit' UKST. . Oualils and Service (iltOCFIt.Y IIKI'T. Our motto is to give you wlmt you want when .ion want when you want!...

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. — 18 May 1918

ill 6n N MEW VOLtTM! BLBTBIT Nl'XBFH TWEVTY OSE Clayton, New Mexico, May 18, 1918 UBicRirnoi ellTb ILN PER TKAV ..' HAPPENINGS AND WHEREABOUTS Gill Urges Community Organization Itetórning from the' .late conven tion of delegates from each County Council or Defense hold in Albuqur pve lasl week, Joseph Gill, repre senting IIim local council, lirought a nies?agiV to,. the., jyeople'of Clayton, whícíríie delivered at a meeting at - the ,City Hal Tuesday night. The message was one urging further and more complete organization of all community forces engaged ' in war work, and was presented by Mr. Gill in a few well' chosen words that will undoubtedly have the desired effect Will Make Home in Kansas Mr. and Hrs. Russel Henderson left Friday for Niotaze, Kansas, where they will make their home in the future. They have Just made final proof on their homestead 8 nples north west of town. We re gret to see this family leave for they are the kind of folk that make a community worth living in....

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. — 18 May 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS. WIN THE WAR, FIRST, THEN TAKE UP FIGHT FOR SOCIAL DEMOCRACY IS ATTITUDE OF FORMER SOCIALIST Uhnt Io th HnelnlUl think of the varf rr they, thor of tbrm who are mnt hiMinrf hy pnrly frtlwh or hnmprr rii In frre thot Miipiortlns thr ndmin titration In thin f rtiKKle for the pre prtatlon f dr morrnryf Thin iiurntlon In nnnnrrfd here I jr ttae out nmn In 4 In ! fully rnpnhlr r arlvlnv thr ntt.ti.dr of the run It nnd ft Ir of thr orlitllMtn fownrd the nnr. A mrmhrr of thr pnrty, n ntntr lenit rr In thr movement In rw Meileo, for mi year. . Jnmrn MeHonnld. of thU r(ty. In an etif hulntle four-minute man, nnd In nupporflnir every phnnr f lhr unr-nork hrrr In thr eounty. At thr requewf of thr rwn McDon ald hnn prrpnrrd for thr I nlon County an per nn rvprrnnlon of hln own at titude, nhlch It In niorr than likely. In hr nttltiidr of nearly nil nho have hren lilrnflllrd with thr KorllUt move rarnt. )llllllllllll(lllllllllHICUllllltllllt)lilMMtt1tlClllllllllllllllllIIIHrlll S...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 18 May 1918

Fair aad Square THE CLAYTON NEWS Vc Are Not in Business for Our Health. But to Save Your Soles We are equipped with the very best modera machinery for re pair work on boot and shoes, and we do each work while you wait. Ia theee limes of expensive footweajr It paye to hare your old le repalrtáV ia done well and done la until tAey are paat redemption It U booU and ahoea repaired. If tl tune. But If yon wear then better to bay a new pair. Try our method of repal ."repaired in time saves the 'and be convinced of the fact that of a new pair, of shoes." We use the best material we can get Hn the market. W. L. TOLJJCr, Manager. The Clayton Electric Boot & Shoe Hospital MONEY TO LOAN OKLAHOMA FARM MORTGAGE CO. 1 HAKES LOANS ON NEWi MEXICO IMPROVED FARMS; EAST ' TERMS; QUICK SERVICE; NO DELAY. ' 1 The Inspector will call and look orer your farm, draw papers, etc., aid thereby save you tlne and expense. AVrlte 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. — 18 May 1918

TF",l""f 4 satín lim . a - THE CLAYTON NEW3 Fair and Sqnar 7 FRENCH GAIN 111 AMIENS REGION INTENTE REACHING OUT FOR POSITIONS OF VANTAGE ON WESTERN FRONT. CAPTUREVOODOtlAVRE HUN ATTACKS REPUL8EO AND ALLIES WIN FIERCE BATTLE NEAR MORLANCOURT. WtMtri Nawapapar Union Newt Serrlce. London, Mar 16 The expected re newal of the German offensive har ta I filled to develop, the allies are continuing their táctica of anticipat ing the thrust by reselling out for new .vantage points from which the better to resist it. ' Tho French were the aggressors la the lust operation of this kind, carried out lato Tuesday. They pushed out from their linos south of Hallles, on the Somme front, tUclr objective being wood situated at about the point where the Germans had made their furthest westward advance and are within a short distance of the Parls Amlens railway. The operation was entirely successful, resulting in the capture of the wood on the slopes west of the Avre river, possession of which Improves ...

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. — 18 May 1918

Fair and Eqxiar THE CLAYTON NEWS r I Mi v Pi " V? . ar- ON GUARD ' At this time of the year people feel weak, tired, listless, their blood la thin, they have IWed Indoors and perhaps expended all their mental and bodily -energy and they want to know how to renew their energy and stamina, over come headaches and backaches, have clear eyes, a smooth, ruddy skin, and feel the exhilaration of real good health tingling thru their body. Good, pure, rich, red blood Is the best Insurance against Ills of all kinds. Almost all diseases come from Impure and Impov erished blood. It la to be noticed In the pale or pimply face, the tired, haggard ppearance or the listless manner. Drink hot water a half hour before ineals, and for vegetable tonic there's nothing better than Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, the old-fashioned lierbal remedy, which has had such a fine reputation for fifty years. - Jt con tains no alcohol or narcotics. It Is made from Golden Seal root, Blood root, Oregon grape r...

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. — 18 May 1918

" ' " """rxtiim Fair and Square Helping the Heat and Hilk Supply (Special Information Service, United States Department of Agriculture.) WHEN CO-OPERATION HELPS THE FARMER If our America li to become ever greater and better, her cltltena muit be loyal, devotedly faithful. In every re lation of Ufe. W. J. Hutchlns. A 8avlng of $1,000 Was Mad by a Western Fruit Grower' Association by Buying These 34 Sprayers Co-operatively. SECURE RESULTS IN CO-OPERATION Special Farming Encourages Work-Together Methods Among Agriculturists. FAITH IN PRINCIPLE NEEDED United 8tates Department of Agricul tura Will Aid Communities De siring to Form Organixatlona I Some Good Suggestions. Every co-operative organization should result from a widespread de mand based on a .well-felt need. A community which specializes on one or a few products offers a more promising field for a co-operative mar keting organization than one which produces small amounts of a large cumber of different products. A farm er natural...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 18 May 1918

í THE CLAYTON NEWS GENERAL GORDON'S WIDOW REVIEWS TROOPS 'Round About The County News Items From Correspondants 1 TIIAM I'AH AS "i;Ki:. "They me as fine n body of men as were our boys In tln sixties." wns tho comment of Mrs. Jolin 1?. Cordon, widow of tlio famous Confederate general, niter review Ing the troops nt Camp Gordon, Ga., named in lionor of the South ern soldier. MUCH IN LITTLE A London lailor, awed liy the dan gers accompanying .enemy raids, built himself n dugout In (he basement of his store with bales of cloth. A war office official inspected It and declared It nlisoliitiOv bond) nroof. David 11. HurUey, a Civil war vet eran, aged eighty of riiiladelphla, takes a 25-mile hike for his dally ex ercise. John Slorah, who nas been waiting for a hearing la tho Saco (Me.) Jail, has gained :!! pounds In the three mouths he has been the:-i ". U.uish and Mi. TitcU I'.lli.d life helping '! I Kiini'i line fix fetn'c. Mf. I.imis ill.xlii : u- is fencing bis t ') acres ainl making a ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 18 May 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS. The VILLAGE CRIER COLUMN A Column of OPPORTUNITIES for Every News Reader Rate: One Cent per Word per Issue STRAYED OH STOLEN From A. D. l Barnard ranch, two black mules i, V about eleven years old, weight about I nounds. one white pony mare fine, years old. ono bay any, two years old, ono darn bay horse colt svo years old. Finder please notify D. Bute, Patterson, N. M. 15lf. TYPEWRITER IUBBOTvS-Klcan-IVrito" manufactured! for thiscli nnte. Guaranteed. $LQ( each, for any machine. News Offlic. L(JST On Kenton mad. one Packard 1auto casilla, non-skid. :io l :)',;. lender return to F. (. Auiii i .News oyiee and receive regard. ''-2 1J&ST. STHAVEI), or STOLEN On-' gray mart, years old. branded "Jil" on right jaw, about 15. handi; oii! sorrel blu.ed fare mare, 7 year-' C1, no brand. Heward for information leading to recovery. 5. K. Patterson, Itouto One, Mt. llora. N. M. 2122 FtfR S A L E Three show cases, .-Apply Frulh's Fannacy, Clayton. TO TRADE One hundred and si...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 18 May 1918

;r;i: P ff : THE CLAYTON NEWS BUY SWASTIKA COAL IF YOU WANT THE BEST. MAY $8.75, JUNE $9.00, JULY $9.25, AUGUSK$9.40, SEPTEMBER $9.50 PER TON. New Prices Announced by the Government G.G.G 9 Personal Paragraphs i Mrs. G. U. Bond and sons, Dow and Harvey, of Moses, N. M., were. Clay ton visitors the- forepart of the week. Miss Pearl Woods, of Mcxhoma, Okla., spent Tuesday in the city visiting friends. Mrs. Roxio Fleet, Mrs. V. B. Lum and daughters, of Moses, N. M. were Clayton visitors the fore part of the week. ED (iRE.WILEE COMMUNITY RESIDENT PASSES TO HEW AHI) Mrs. l'hocbt' .Morris, aged seventy four years, and a resident of Union County since l'.HJ'.i, died at her home m-ar lhi Orenvillrt school, May 5th. "Mother Mort is," as she was known to the whole community, was born in September, 1813, in Hart County, Kentucky. She and her sister and a brotherw moved to Missouri in 1863. She was married in that state in '71, and in 1898, three years ofter the death of her husband, she moved,...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 18 May 1918

:fcr? íf 1. - fv,.. H-H..I by. " ' ... ivS'' - ' -A'..l.---.....i: THE CLAYTON NEWS BIG BRITISH HOWITZER IN ACTION Vtó vWt Yi ' " it. J 'i'liN hnui.'!-;'li .-Imus a I'.rilisli mv i U. c. iiiiM"ii t caini. inlay, hi aclitni r.cui nt tin" Ilini". Tin- pm crew re euvcrin;; their i'iirs to uvokl tin; donfunlng cffi'ct of (lie ('.i)l(sliin. THE BLIND AND THE MUTILATED By Dr. ESTHER LOVEJOY IN the years to come this war will prove a blessing to the blind. A new world is being evolved. Nature has at least one extraordinary sense in reserve for those who lose any of the five ordinary senses. The blind feel things that are not within reach. They ure conscious of vibrations that are not perceptible to seeing men. The sightless learn to read very quickly by the Braille method. It is interesting to watch the face of a blind man as his lingers pass over the upraised dots ot a Iiraille book and his mind perceives the mysteries recorded there for him. They have special stenographic machines and sp...

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. — 18 May 1918

thuslastlc, It is trae, over the purchas Fair And Square , The BULLETIN BOARD A Business Directory A. II. DARDEN ATTORXET AT LAW Office In rtrmt Nattoaal Baab. Balldiac CLAY TO! t-l NEW MEXICO. HILL BROTHERS, Coal, Ice and Transfer Company TeIeaaaefo8-C CLATTON, l-l NEW MEIUO. W. M. LESLIE, M. D. PHYSICIAN AMD SIRGEoT. Ovar Dcaa'a Bakery. CHARLTON BLDO. PHONR S3 CLAYTON, l-l NEW NB1IIU. Dr. C L KELLER ' DENTIST. Onr Dcaa'a Bakery. Office Paeae 101-B C'laytea. COL GEO. GOODYEAR COL J. A. SOWERS AUCTIONEERS, " Thirty years experience In livestock, townatta and general sales erring;. All work will ba appreciated. Write Col. Sowara ' at Seneca, or phone Wanette; write Cot Goodyear at Clayton r phone Caudle's Furniture Store. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. COL E. U. JACOBS AUCTIONEER. Meat Bzparleaced la Valea Ceaaty. atlsfacttea Gaaraatecd. CLAYTON, l-l NEW MEXICO. Dr. J. C. KISNER GENERAL PRACTICE. Ofrica Next ta Teleaaoae Ei. ckaaga la Ckarltoa Baílala, Claytoa, N. at. Also Specialist On Re...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 18 May 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS Fair a,nd Equara Minn" AN iMIEMOVN 80IMR WIIOWENT MACHINE OJffriDl,MNGIHnUiCt ' C)l7 BY EMPEY JOINS PICK AND SHOVEL SQUAD AND DIGS TRENCHES IN NO MAN'S LAND. 8ynopsla Fired by the dinting of the Lusltanla, with the loss of American liven, Arthur Guy Empey, an American living in Jersey City, goes to England and enlista aa a private in the BritlHh army. After a short experience as a recruiting officer In London, he is sent to train ing quarters In France, where he first hears the sound of big guns and nmkes the acquaintance of "cooties." After a brief period of training Etnpey's company la sent Into the front-line trenches, where he takes his first turn on the fire step while the bullets whlx overhead. Erapey learns, as comrade falls, that death lurks always In the trenches. Chaplain distinguishes himself by rescuing wounded men under hot Ore. With pick and shovel Empey hos experience as a trench digger In No Sinn's Land. CHAPTER XIII Continued. 9- We Hood up in front...

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. — 18 May 1918

diana, died at Fort Tates, N. T., aged aa tale la eolo. amdar snaraatee af If H talla to notare track lea. Adv. -Pair and Square THE CLAYTON NEWS HEWS TO DATE .HI PARAGRAPHS CAUGHT FROM THE NETWORK OP WIRES ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD. DURIÜG THE PAST WEEK , RECORD Or IMPORTANT EVENTS CONDENSED FOR BUSY . PEOPLE. Weetera Newepaper Union newa eerTlee. ABOUT THE WAR An American patrol In Plcardy met and routed a German patrol of twenty men. Italian troops stormed Monte Corno and took about 100 prlaonera, two gun and four machine gum. Eleven hostile airplanes were brought down. British' aviators suc cessfully tombed enemy hutments . sear Aslago. German prisoners declare that Lu dendorff is prepared to sacrifice 1,- 000,000 mea to reach the channel ports in order to menace England w ith in i rasión. In Mesopotamia, the British forces . have progressed further up the Tigris . and-hart captured Klrkut, pursuing - the Turks for twenty miles to the northward. Bolshevik troops have penetrated . mo...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 18 May 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS Fair and Equar YANKEES ABUSED BY HUN CAPTORS Treat Prisoners Worse Than Did .. the Red Savages of Pi oneer Days. ÍNFUCT CRUEL PUNISHMENT Amerkns Paraded Half Starved About Germany and Cheated of Food Offering! From Britten Pritoners by Swift Removals. The Hague. From irrefutnble evl lenco obtnUicd by the New York Times 'OiTeiridiitit, It Is Impossible to close one's eyes to what Is going on Id the hotpllals and prisoners' camps In Ger uuiiiy. It Is a mistake to believe that (he trcntim-nt of prisoners nnd wound ed In Germany lias improved. On the contrary. It Is as bud as It ever was, evtn worse. The punishments Inflicted nre cruel and Inhuman. As Is well known, pris oners nre absolutely dependent upon parcels for food and clothing. A fa vorite punishment la to withhold these from i whole enmp or froth large bod ies of prisoners. It has been estab lished beyond doubt Hint prisoners are employed beldnd the front nnd are un der sheliflre. In defiance of The Hague agre...

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. — 18 May 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS NOTICE OP PUBLICATION SUte of New Mexico, County of Un ion. In the District Court of Union County, Eighth Judicial pietrlot of New Mexico: Anna Mprla 8. Martinet v. No. S270 Leon Mestas, If living. If dead his un known heirs, Marselo Armljo, If living. If dead, his unknown heirs, Ana Maria Martinez, and all unknown claimants of interest In the premises herelatter described, adverse to the plaintiff. The said defendants, Leon Mestas and Marselo Armljo, If living, If dead, their unknown heirs. Ana Maria Martinez, and all unknown claimants of Interest In the premises hereinafter described adverse to the plaintiff are hereby no tified that a suit has been commenced against them lo the District Court for the County of Union, Erg th Judicial Distriot of the Slate of New Mexico by said plaintiff, Anna Maria Martinez, to establish the estate of the plaintiff and to quiet her title In and to the following described land, to-wlt: SV4 of the NEK, Ntt of the SE14. lots 3, 4 and...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 18 May 1918

wttk IU tkoaaands at wort ara, I ta tro atondaos taras aad aaxoola roaala? trian irtaMia tadlltloa. It Is sarrtaa as AJaortea'a saranes rMi-i4 ta a Mtptn U wla tas av. Concross aatasrlass It rrooUoal WUom a opila It. Ta War DapartaiDt awaits IU aeeoaato. Toar Aramy.-ywar Navy aad yoar Aillos aaUaafe aattratlT lalnaa tt. Twoaty-two aUIttoa atarles karo Jotas 1L THE CLAYTON NEWS i r- 1 1 "Ready-to-Wear11 Our Specialty OTTO-JOHNSON MERCANTILE CO. rrv H L) i4 great net of mercy drawn throug an ocean of unspeakable pain' "Fm afraid that's all I can spare" You're a regular, red-blooded, true-blue Ameri can. You love your country. You love that flapping, snapping old flag. Your heart thumps hard when the troops tramp by. You're loyal 100! You intend to you want to help win the w in a hurry. b wa "Toir, "Sacrifice? Sure," you've been thinking. "Just you wait till they really need it." And you've hon estly thought you meant that too. .v in- 1H- "Ready-to-Wear" Our Specialty Butlook yourself ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 25 May 1918

VOLÜMX ELEVE X Al Mill '.II TWMTV TWO I t i. m r,...4 . ,..' ... IP Clayton, New Mexico. May 25, 1918 St'BSCRIFTIOlf RATS 1.00 ri:n y rah HAPPENINGS -AND WHEREABOUTS Teachers Lnivc for Vacation With the closing of school tlie ma jority of the school teachers loft t iioinJ thir vacation in various parts of the country.. .Miss Junio Lee Cox will ppend the summer months at Uristol, Va. Miss Grace Waldsou at Colorado Spiing?, Miss 'an Morgan at Boze inan, Montana, Mis '..Opal' Slater- at NÁvot, 'CoId., Miss Vesta Kiker at liatón, Miss, Edna Tandy at Colorado Minings, Miss Corniel Egleston at Slater, Mo., after a hort visit in Folsom, and Miss Ella May Leavell at Canadian. Texas. S ' A'.;.- r . Vohmterr for Wur Work During the past few clays a goodj muiy Lniou County "men have vol- j rtnteered for war work pcrsuani 10. a call for registered men to bene Hie government in various capaci-.- fie a other than in the trenches. re volunteers who have led or will go soon, are Danial F. Hohhs, He...

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. — 25 May 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS. run U U Vf IlMILj Those living $1.00 and Under Margaret Teasdale, Vilo M. Micra, H. K. Hamblen, I). I). Munroc, Min ni eSullivant, Mrs. H. E. Martin, M. A. Kouri, Clayton Uip Co., Chas. J. MailK.', A. I. Chavez, Mrs. C. Alford, H. Uarne?, W. G. Saulter, Stella- Aytes. II. C. Palillo, Mrs. II. Utter bark, Alice M. Slack, Mr.-. Hila Hlan c.lnml, .Carrie Sniitbson, (i. II. Hrown, Ira Atlin, Ed Heed, Ella, Carner, Madge Wool ford, Hen Yaldez, V, L. divert, W. C. Cameron, Oeo. McDon ald T. E. Hufle, George It. Huse, cieo Toombs, Mrs. .N. Ia is, .f. M. Wooton, (rio. AbJred, Mrs. Toombs, Mrs. M. G. Tixier, Mrs. 1". II. Clark, Mrs. Chas. Mitchell, Mrs. N.. Ilerzstein, Mary Itarnhart, Jennie Sherlock, Mrs. C. K, Williams, Mrs. H. I). Howen, llebel Munroe, S. W. Lyon, .1. 1 Gar cia, Emma Norman, Mrs. A. U. Ev ans, J. A. Graham, Geo. Goodyear, Keroe Wisdom, Mrs. A. E. Monleith, H. G. Wood, G. W. Kelner, E. Garcia, Mrs. M. I. Harvéy, Erank Little, J. M. Hardin, Tom Kelley, A. ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 25 May 1918

í 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 boot and shoes, and we do such work while 70a wa.it. In these times of expensive footwear it 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 pair of shoes." We use the best material we can get on the market. W. Ii. TOLLEY, Manager. The Clayton Electric Boot & Shoe Hospital MONEY TO LOAN OKLAHOMA FARM MORTGAGE CO. MAKES LOANS OX NEW MEXICO IMPROVED 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 Ü. E. DODSOX, Inspector Clayton, New Mexico. Office With Clayton Abstrac...

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