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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 22 May 1915

$1200d " JLgN I-S-.W..U,. S122S I lv V $f ! l'"-S PROCLAMATION hM mt Sprctel EIh1 ( the Q al ia Rlrrra ( thm Boar mt F. emtlaa at th Villas Clratoa, Cosmtr f Calva, Hist ( New Mel le. Pursuant to law and the request of the Hoard of Education of the Village of Clayton. In the County of Union and State of New Mexico, and the re quisite action of the Board of Trustees of the said Village of Clayton, public notice Is hereby given that a special election will be held at the Court, house In the Vllage of Clayton, New Mexico, on the 26th day of June, A. D., 1915, for the purpose of submitting to the qualified electors of the Board of Educntlon of the Village' of Clayton, comprising the territory within the limits of said Vllage of Clayton and the teriitory adjacent and attached there to for school purposes, belpg other wise known as School District No. 1, Union County, New Mexico, the ques tion of issuing the negotiable bonds of said Board of Education in the aggre gate amount of Fifty Tho...

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. — 22 May 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS orriciALPAn-.n fi mo coisttt M TIIt'.n 1I PKOPHIKTORi ha. P. Kathrra, Kdllol ONE DOLLAR I'EIl YEAR , Entered as second claw" matter Octo ber 28, 191). at the postofllce lit Clay ton, New Mexico, under the Art of March 1, 179. Saturday, May 2Z, 191.". The Homlinn Proposition As probably everyone knows, tin; Hoard of Education of Clayton is submitting the proposition to tin' voters of voting bonds in the sum of for tie purpose of erect ing a new and modern high school building to rest '.0.(HI0 or ."0,000 arid to repait and make modern the old school building which it is pro posed to use for the lower grades only. The election proclamation, stating the proposition in Its en tirely, will be found on page three of this issue. Head it, ponder it, and see if you can all'ord, when the interests of the lown and children are at stake, to vote against It. School District No. 1 has a lax valuation of ..(i(itV(K), and under the laws of the state can be bonded in the amount of )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. — 22 May 1915

A Store For yomen and Girls IMON HERZSTEIN A Store For Men and Boys Clayton's Only Ready-to-Woar Store ( SALE r Muslin Under wear SALE To Clean up What's Left So Here goes Niííht (Jowns Night (owns 50c 07 c 81c 1.00 Corset Covers 24c, 27c; 34c, 50c Muslin Skirts 50c, . 67c, 84c, $1.00 67c, Princes Slips 84c, and $1.00 Its a chance of life time to buy such goods at this re , dicular low price as I am making. All new styles, Materials, and Beautiful trimed. Choice of my entire stock of Ladies Hats at $1.49 Reg. value $2.00 to $5.00 You've often heard snid ' "Too Good to be True" Suppose in this case I prove it to you Now here's a Good Suit Cost me TEN and that's all Kight up in style tho I bought it Inst fall. Bought it last fall, and I'm wearing it yet And I'll wear it another six months, you may bet. That tells the story, Stare Facts in the Face Not what you earn, but what's SAVED win the race. Why should you pay the Traveling Man's fee His hotel bill! railroad lore! ! salary!!! Cíe...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 22 May 1915

LOANS AND INVESTMENT We have money to loan on Frm Lands and Live Stock or other good security-bearing property, and solicit the business of farmers who desire to add to their herds or are tn need of money to Improve their lands. Call and see us. A. W. THOMPSON & CO. Thompson Bldg. Clayton, N. M liltTK K OF CONTEST Department of the Interior, United Slates Land Office, Clayton, New Mex ico. Muy 14. 1915. To Lillian K. Hume, C. 0657, .of Lin coln, Neb., Contestee: You are hereby notified that Oliver I. Hurst, who glvee Mutual, Oklaho ma, as his post-ollice address, did, on April 2Sth. 1915, file In this olTtce his duly corroborated application to con test and secure the cancellation of '.your homestead entry, Serial No. 07458, made Feb. 16, 1909. for NW. 4, Sec tion 2. Township 27 N.. Range 32 K., N. M. 1'. Meridian, and as grounds for his conteHt he alleKes that Lillian K. HaHse has never established residence on said land, anil has wholly failed to comply with the homestead laws...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 22 May 1915

t ATTRITION. IIOMKSTEADKR All legal advertising In thin paper is rend and corrected according to copy. Read your ad, and If an error is foud, however slight, notify us at once. MVriCK POR PI BI.ICATION Department of the interior, 17. R Land Ofllce at Clayton. N. M , April 17, 1915. - Notice Is hereby Riven that Ilerlert O. Stolti. of Peneca, N. M., who. on June in. 101!, made homeatead entry, serial No. 014741. for SW. 1-4. Flection S3. Township 28 N., Ftanne at E., N. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the lnnd above described, before Register and Receiver, U. 8. Land Of fice at Clayton, N. M., on the 16th day "of June. 191S. Claimant names as witnesses: Jerry Hartón and Amanda I. Wider, of Eneca, N. M.. It. Q. I'almer of Clay tor, N. M.. James L. Barton, of Wan. ette, N. M. PAZ VALVERDE, Register. 4-24-6-22 ' iSotiee for Puhllcatloa Isolated Tract Public I. ana Sale r Department of the Interior, U. S. Lnnd Ofllce at Clayto...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 22 May 1915

LAU pi(ÚZxa&Ji r4i2) CSr rftísir-s-T) 'frí. jt. , .aO' p ::-, 'j p-.:- , v 11 f 1 Oí-kí cl-r-yj rv- í , 11. . A ra si I WHOLESALE C RETAIL OTTO-JOE HIE CdPAWY SB RSI w. Quality Merchants EVERYTHING TO EAT AND WEAR Low Price Makers m I mm mm f-O 1 1 REI 31 1 i I N5 1 If IS. i irlfsl i I 3 I 3 130 MEN'S WEAR WEEK We will make a special effort this week to please the men and boys and show the goods which they will be interested' in. We honestly believe that we have the snappiest and best assorted line of Men's wear this season than ever and believe you will agree with us if you will only give us a chance to show you. Below is a list og some things which will interest you. tf i"i"fowi'p ,M'. vn''imw.i.t,-ii..'Jf.i",'ij.r-"'.'""-f'r,a 1 U -- -.Wufr.BM.--,,.., -- JIJ ti "Jack, I never saw you look better" Never mind what he said. It's enough to know that he bought his clothes here and that they were StyleplusH7 Clothes,. M(, " 1 ti mm prm lb. warid orer." Young men come here for their...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 5 June 1915

AY DEVOTED '10 THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AM) THE lPU TLDING OF THE COMMUNITY. iiLUMK VIII. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATUUDAY, Jl'NE 5, I1T.. No. 2.1. J On AIL AI'E AMEBIC N CITIZENS Noted Men of Stiitcnf All I'mlii'i, lii llore Aücmpl.s to Create Bacc !'!( inüce. Santa Fe. N. M., May 20. That the r ported growth of an. effort al rare lirtuiriion in New Mexico is bring i.:: t with igoeotis attacks upon such -.'t'egallon politically or nnin mm- i.iis ticen strikingly U' mionstrateil m t , 1 ' 11:1s!. few day Following tin' diminution of si.ri.niL' ph-a fn' Li 1 ' "hyphenat' Um; movement by Felix Marine' 111 an address t the 1 mveisilv of New ..Mexico, i.mei .It. slice Clarence J. Huberts, or the New Mex;rr supreme court, in an address at the I. ns Vegas Normal eom.iii'iK'Hiient Thursday ni-itt nude an unsparing fitUick on the 1111 11 who he said were seeking for political anil personal motives to sow the seeds of race dissension in New Mexico. He used most i liKi'ient ly tlie '"on...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 5 June 1915

ELECTRIC BOOT AHD SHOE SHOP OLLIE B. COX. Proprietor AI,L VORK GUARANTKKU SHOP IN BRUNS BUILDING LOCAL AXU PERSONAL Tlio newsy paper. The News. .1. M. Gonznles came in Tuesday from bis ranch near Clui'lium. O. V. Smith of Ml. Horn, was sightseeing in Clayton Tuesday. Fred Wolford, of the Tramparas, was a Clayton visitor, Wednesday. Mrs. Ola Jones of Orando, tran sacted business in Clayton, Tuesday. Henry Manyleborf of Vanr.e tran sacted business in the city Tuesday. Fred Ley of near Wanelte was A Clayton visitor and trailer, Tues day. Miss. Hita Ryan of I'olsom was in Clayton the llrst of the week on bus iness. Miss Ruby West, of flresham, spent this week in Clayton, visiting friends. Frank Gillian of Wanelte, was a business visitor and trader in the city this week. Mr. and Mrs. Oéo. Williams left the last of the week for a months visit in Iienver. Sec O. C. Smith before you buy that biumy. Ho is agent for the best rig on the market. Mrs. K. W. Fox and daughter, left Sunday for Cali...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 5 June 1915

En el edificio de Gray-Easterwood esta lista pata negocios. Tenernos una linia' completa de mercancías engeneral la cual ofrecemos a precios bajo competición. Venga y le ensenaremos nuestros efectos y le daremos nuestros precios. Lo harán sentarse y tomar noticia. Nuestro surtido ha sido constantemente añedido ha ello. Denos una visita y estamos seguros iue Vd, hará nuestra tiend su favorita. Odd Hits o ÍXows Al.lJcboro. Mas.. Tho ftcrvtamt at tin' Christian rhmrh hist Sunday were uniiiuc, in that tlio pulpit was (MM'iipii'il by the twin sons of Uto I'i'Lriilar al.(ir. The boys are sl.udyinjr for tin', ministry. Salt hake City, l'Uili. Charles S. une, former law partner of Abra ham Lincoln was found dead in bis bed room here. Apoplexy. Ho left Illinois in lH8i. Mount Morrison, Colo., JohnSris -hnne Walker, former mnpazinn piihlisliei-, now retired to n Colora do estate, lias olTered a sjte of 40 acres here for a home for newspa permen, 1'reseott Ariz. The ostfirh fann ers of the sou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 5 June 1915

n-t-K-n-t-m N at Syracuse may insure the reelec tion of the present occupant of the White House," Whatever the out come of the trial may be, the Re publican party as a whole is hound to suffer from all this washing of dirty linen. The infamous record of its legislature has turned New York against it, and in other stales the same reckless reactionary spirit is causing a great revulsion in pop ular feeling. The pendulum has al ready began its swing toward Wil son in 1916. Philadelphia Record. THE CLAYTON NEWS OFFICIAL PAPER OPIMO COCUTT t'THKHft 4k DIRAN, PROPRIETORS Vhmm. P. then, Eltr ONE DOLLAR PEIl YEAR Entered second dun matter Octo ber I. 10, at the postofllce at Clay . ton. New Mexico, under the Act of ' March , 17. Sulurtluy, June 5th 1915 i. .-...... .... m u irrrTTT-- r w.- .TT.t v - w"ttí t ?r. '?rT) :.: ?r' -': t-?t;b ' '. m. We feel slighted. II is a philolog ical shame that an intellectual Riant and an editor who writes "sit" for "si V'and "women" for "woman" or vice ver...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 5 June 1915

A Store For Women and Girls Cuforright Bart Schaffner ft Man FL0ERSHEIM SHOES FOR MEN WHO CARE $5.00 UP TO $6.00 . DOROTHY D0DD SHOES FOR WOMEN AND GROWING GIRLS $3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50 AND 5.00 PETITION The undersigned citizens of school district number 1 protest against the issuance of $r.O,(MX).(X) in bends, feeling that the necessities may he met by a smaller amount. We respectfully request our school board to recall the order for an elec tion for $50,(100,00, and to call a meeting of the people of this dis trict to discuss and agree upon the amount necessary. To the Honorable School Board of District No. 1. V. C. Basey. Otto-Johnson Merc. Co. M. C, Johnson C. I!. Bridges. " A. M. Sherrer. 11. G. MeFadden. State Hank of Commerce. II. F. Hixey. A. L. Hatcliff. J. II. riankin. K. Hujier. . (. W. Kversole. 11. J. Hirers. W. G .Harnhart. O. T. Toombs. (i. V. (iiiyer. F. P. Kilhurn. J. W. Reeves. L. A. WikolT. It. E Wheritt. It. (J. Palmer. J. F. Harnhart. A. 11. Demi. I, on ('ash. M...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 5 June 1915

. . S M 1 vQ . - ..'..w, &.-.V.hA..- jürtM.-.a In city or country, for business or pleasure, under all conditions, the mechanical per fection, strength, light weight and simpli city of the Ford car make it the people's utility. And they average only about two cents a mile to operate and maintain. Barring the unforseen, every retail buyer of a new Ford car between August, 1914 and August 1915. will receive from $40 to SCO as a share of the Ford Motor Com pany's profits. Touring Car S490; Runabout 6440; Town Car $G90; Coupelet 6750; Sedan 6975; f. o b. Detroit with all equipment. On display and sale at PIONEER GARAGE J. Allen Wikoff, Aéent Clayton, New Mexico. THE CLAYTON MEAT MARKET JOHN 'SPRING, Prop. Fresh and Salted Mtab, Fruits and Provisions. Fish and Oysters in Season. TELEPHONE NO. 85. CLAY TON. NEW MEXICO. THE EKLUND HOTEL Steam Heated and Electric Lighted Rooms, 75c to $1.50 Men Is, 25c to 50c COAL NIGGER HEAD. NLT AND LUMP. AUTOMOBILE SERVICE DAÍ AND NIGHT EKLUND HOTEL ...

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. — 5 June 1915

ATTF..MTIO, IIOMKTKAI)F.R All legal advertising In this paper is roan una corrected according to copy. Read your ad, and If an error Is found however slight, notify us at once. .OTHK FOR PI I1MCATION Department of the Interior, V. 8. Lnnd Office at Clayton, New Mexico, May 7, 1916. Notice la hereby Riven that William It Mnrtln, of Pasamonte, New Mexico, who. on October 18, 1909, made Homo alead Entry, Serial No. 9465. for BE. 1-4. and KW. 1-4. Section S, Townnhlp 23 N.. Itnnge 29 K.. N. M. P. Meridian, hna filed notice of Intention to make Throe Year Proof, to establish, claim to the land above described, before Ertw. W. Fox, U. 8. Commissioner, at hla olllce, at Clayton, New Mexico, on the 22nd day of June, 1915. Claimant namea as witnesses: Chas. H. Bond, John P. Ivle, J. L. Ivle. Harry a Arnett, all oí Pasamonte, New Mexico. 5-22-0-19 PAZ VALVERDE, Register Notice for Publication Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Clayton. N. M March 8, 1915. Notice it hereby ven th...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 5 June 1915

.. 1 íSrtir.---TI Ti -5T -"rt fire T ' -"-m1 f í'-r -t tp -ríTI lir-t I RETAIL I WHOLESALE d MI nnTTTr in ornwois W l! Quality Merchants EVERYTHING TO EAT AND WEAR Low Price Makers es I re SILKS, SMS, SILKS We are showing one of the most complete lines of silks this season that has ever been shown in Clayton. 35 in. Satin Messalines excellent quality in all colors per yard - - - - - $1.25 27 in. Satin Messalines all the good colorper yd 90c 40 in. all silk Crepe de Chine per yd - - $125 KIpLlirSQClElY IS 1 W-HHfr Lav I SPECIAL SALE ON FOULARDS We have left, a few 8 yards dress patterns in figured Foulards, all the newest co lors only one pattern of a color regular, $1.25 per yd. Special for one week, per pattern - - $8.00 This is Chenney's shower proof Foulard and brand new goods. WASH GOODS Our line of wash goods is also complete and up-to-date. 27 in. Costume Cre pes in beautiful designs Per Yard 25 27 in. Printed Rice Cloth Per Yard - - : 20c 27 in. cross bar Flaxons in good colo...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 12 June 1915

r j f xétok, anua LJ u lJll. (T !-AV" DEVOTED 10 THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME VIII. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY. JUNE 12, 1915. NUMBER 24. HOY EDITOR VISITS CLAYTON News of the Slate Capitol CONGRESSMAN I EUGUSSON DEAD Children Day Picnic MASS .MEETING WEDNESDAY EVE Greatly Impressed With Evident Enterprise of City, and Predicts ' Great Future. t Irvin Ogden, Sr., editor of the Hoy Spanish-American, and one of the leading cili.ens of Mora codnty, spent Thursday in the city looking after business before the Clayton Land Ofllee. Mr. Ogden made the trip from Hoy in an automobile, and the country contiguous to Clayton 1 was a revelation to him, and the city itself Was more than "he expected. It was bis first visit to the Union coun ty capitol. In an interviewwith The News man he said: "Viewed from the standpoint of an outsider, Clayton is a most prom ising town. The many evidences of progress on every hand, her many tuM desirable public...

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. — 12 June 1915

EL COMERCIO NUEVO En el editicio de Gray-Easterwood esta lista paia. negocios. Tenemos una linia completa de mercancías engeneral la cual ofrecemos a precios bajo competición, Venga y le ensenaremos nuestros efectos y le daremos nuestros precios. Lo harán sentarse y tomar noticia. Nuestro surtido ha sido constantemente añedido ha ello. Denos una visita y estamos seguros que Vd, liara nuestra tienda su favorita. ELECTRIC BOOT AND SHOE SHOP OLL1E B. COX. Proprietor ALL WOKK GU'AUANTKKO TO G1VR SATISFACTION , SHOP IN BRUNS BUILDING GIVE US A TRIAL LOCAL AM) PKHSOXAL S. 0. Small of the Seneca was a Clayton visitor Monday. O. M. Record of Folsom, came Clayton Tuesday on business. to . J. M. May of Ies Moines, spent Wednesday in Clayton on business. , Father A..Kstvelt made a trip in hi auto from Bueycros Wednesday. Col. E. U. Jacobs, oí Mt. Dora, con ducted tlie Big Monday sale here the 7,th. , Yo'ur credit is good for Milwau kee ond McCoi-mii k rain and row hinders, mowers and rakes, at...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 12 June 1915

North Sedan Valley 'I'll Í MRS try now. eournged look "hard'' in Ihis conn- Lust Monday iight the fight fans In fart- everyone is din-(of Clayton were treated t a two Of course (he reason is j hundred dollar fake. An able cx- plain as every enormous crop have lii'snn to farnier has in an and some of them worry already for fear they will not be able ta har- st it before time to plant aain. iiroom corn will he half the, crop, while maize will run a close second '.villi indiaii corn. People are just beginning; to awake to the, fact that this country will grow anything. Sudan grass is gradually finding its way in this country as a forage crop and some people have been foolish enough to plant wheat, from present prospects they cannot make ver thirty-live bushels to the acre. H. 1'. Oouger has been sick .for about two wei'ks, but is reported us getting better at the present writ ing. Raul Iloberlson is doing his farm work. Yienie ' Itees is also under the weather and is depending on a hir...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 12 June 1915

Ath for FREE Pachagm of "Papan" ! ! ! i"-fr4'HH"3"M"Í"M"fr '' 1" 4 .. .(..j-f ,, ,, ., ,, .f, ,, ,, .. THE CLAYTON NEWS oFririAt, paper opfKiox county StTIIKIlft DL'RAX, PROPRIETORS Casa. P. Sataera, Editor ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Kntrl a second claae matter Octo ber 26, J 9(i. at the poatolllce at Clay ton, New Mexico, under the Act of March 1. 17. Kntiirtlny, June 12th, 1915 Have you noticed the courthouse grounds lately? If you have you certainly feel pride in their appear ance. The (trass is an almost perfect Bland, and the trees, with one or two exceptions, are growing nicely. He Bides being a satisfaction to' the home heople, the prounds are at tracting the favorable attention of many visitors and that alone is worth all the cost and effort The county commissioners are to becon gialulated upon the success of this undertaking. As a successful politician it is evi dent that Old Tom Catron has about wound up bis little ball of yarn. For years he has been a successful misrepresentativ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 12 June 1915

Store For Women and Girls . SIMON HERZSTEIN Cloy ton's Only Rendy-to-lAear Store. Store For Men and Boys Hot W eather Specialties Don't put off any longer, putting on your Summer Wear, I am specializing on cool comfortable wearing apparel for men, women, boys and girls, no matter what the article is that you require, if its something ready-to-wear this is the place for you to buy it. m ? ; A )UTCS DUTCHESS TROUSERS 1 NEW LOT JUST 10c Huttoii $1.00 u Kip made to fit and fu to wear White Mary lane ankle strap jumps for' little tots 75e White Washable Skirts Made of Pique, Duck and Birds eyes vesting, they are made with pockets, selfma terial belt and large -pearl buttons serve for a trimming $2.C0 and $2.25 each Hot weather Underwear For Women & Misses Taped Sleeveless Vest 10c Kurzon Union suits 50c Long sleeved undervests 25c Knit lace trimmed draw ers ----- 35c DUTCHES For manly little boys 10c a but ton, 50c a Kip. The best 15oys Knickerbockers in the world for $1.50 A PAIR k ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 12 June 1915

In city or country, for business or pleasure, under all conditions, the mechanical per fection, strength, light weight and simpli city of the Ford car make, it the people's utility.' And they average only about two cents a mile to operate and maintain. Barring the unforseen, every retail buyer of a new Ford car between August 1914 and August 1915. will receive from $40 to SCO as a share of the Ford Motor Com pany's profits. Touring Car 8490; Runabout S440; Town Car ÍG90; Coupelet 5750; Sedan i975; f. o. b. Detroit with all equipment. On display and sale at PIONEER GARAGE J. Allen Wikoff, Aéent Clayton- ew Mexico. L THE CLAYTON MEAT MARKET '.JOHN SIMtlXK, Prop. ' Fresh und Salted Mtuts Fruits and Provisions. Fish and Oysters in Season. TELEPHONE NO. 85. THE EKLUND HOTEL Steam Heated and Electric Lighted Rooms, 75c to $1.50 Meals, 25c to 50c COAL N I G C, Ell HEAD. Xi.'T AND I, I J MP. AUTOMOBILE SERVICE DA AND NIGHT EKLUND HOTEL RANCH AND IRRIGATION CO Clayton, IN. W. Notirf for Publ...

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