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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 25 May 1918

1 THE CLAYTON tfEWS Fair and Square NEWS TO DATE IN PARAGRAPHS CAUGHT FROM THE NETWORK OP WIRES ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD. DURING THE PAST WEEK RECORD OF IMPORTANT EVENT! CONDENSED FOR IUSY PEOPLE. - ' Wmiwi Newipaper I'nlon Newa Service. ABOUT THE WAR Turkish troops at Aldln, Asia Minor, bare mutinied. The Tíllate of Vllle Sur-Ancre, north of Morlancourt, waa recaptured by the Britiah. Thirty prltonera and alx machine (una were taken by the Brltlih north of Merrill. Britiah casualties to the number of 8,677 bare been reported In the week ending May 21. A new German army, led by General ron Below, Is reported to hare been definitely located In front of Arraa. Adjutant Demeulemeester brought down bla tenth aeroplane. In fire daya the Belgian arlator alio set fire to three war balloons. A atate of siege has been proclaimed at Prague, the Bohemian capital, by the police, and the military garrison has been reinforced. The allies, In the last thirty days, bare destroyed more than a hundred e...

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. — 25 May 1918

najas- snae Fair and Square THE CLAYTON NEWS J n - Hem Mrs John A. Logan Tells How Annual Ceremony Was In augurated By Her Husband IlIE widow of a great general who led many victorious charges In the Civil war, and mother of a soldier who laid down bis life In the service of his country, Mrs. John A. Logan, has given her time and efforts since the commencement of foreign hostilities to work for the afflicted of the present war, "I cannot rest, and will not, so long as strength Is given me, for I know what sorrow and suffering Is wrought upon the helpless by war," she said It was in the spacious workroom at the top of her beautiful home in Washington that her visitor found her. It was not a sewing day, and Instead Of European work, Mrs. Logan was sitting at her desk absorbed In the perusal of letters, papers and books .which related to the long past of her own life, to a war nearer home and to her participation in the events which made American history at a crucial period of this cou...

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. — 25 May 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS Fair and Square Farmerettes Answer Uncle Sam's Call Girl Volunteers Raise Pigs, Care for Cattle, and Till , Soil Better Than Many Men 3? I 3 1 tv .'jc.A: .... ? .A-? I" ( ' In the opinion of Uncle 6am the raiting of pigs la an Important war task; so important. In fact, that he has called upon 200,000 girls and boy to rale porker for the market The appeal hae been heeded by the farmerettes who aro Joyfully tackling the Job of providing more than their share of the pork products which we must ship to our fighters and the allies In Europe. This farmerette is having a jolly good thne taking care of a litter of eight cut little black pigs. Caring for the pigs Is only one part of the work of these olrls down at their Huntington, Long Island, farm. They are showing that girls can be capable farm hands at all sorts of chores. VegetabíeTTm - Diet Build Muscles and Keep Body in Condition BRIEF THRIFT ITEMS By the U. S. Department of Agriculture f Scraps of leftover meat or fi...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 25 May 1918

TIIE CLAYTON NEWS BAILLEUL, CENTER OF FIERCE FIGHTING i n ' 1 Hi 111 ' 4 1 3 " HRPORT OF TUB COMHTIO OF The State Bank of , - Commerce Number t3-.1.1 at ta;un. In ftte State of Xew Mrs loo, at the clone of liuxIncNi ou Mar I'M. .J SI itKSorr.ci:. ."a I. a i.nrl ilibcouutH (except t'usso slicwn on h $11)1.431 1'. . Honda, Third Liberty I.fKiii 1 S.lif 1.50 Furniture and Fixtures 2,121.83 Not nmout due from Itcsrrvo l'.aiilca 53,f,5.71 Net amount due fro a banks and bankers (other than Included In 1 nnd 11 :.. 12. Ml. 2 Other checks on bnnkH In the tamo cliy or town aa re porting bank ( Hl.32 utslde checks and other cash Items ..... 1 .";. 4 ; Fractional currency. nickels nnd cents !..4:t Coin and Currency 23 lminiiiiMniHMiHiMitjniHiMiiiioiMiiiiiiiMtiKiiMiiiiiiniiiiimiimini 'Round About the County iii(i!iii!iiiiiiii!iiiiuiHi)niiiiiiiiii(iniiiiiiiMnininiiiniiiHiiiin:t WHKELES, OKLAHOMA A large crowtl frdin'Hiií vioiüily nll'Miili'd th' Cru-s rally at lioisp ily. Salunl.iy. I J. I.. Ito...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 25 May 1918

Home une, .mi. mira. .-. 4 1 TIIE CLAYTON NEWS. !' Í t I ' f f 7 " i,1 j 4 1 )! f; , if, The VILLAGE CRIER COLUMN A Column of OPPORTUNITIES for Every News Reader Rate: One Cent per Word per Issue STRAYED OR STOLEX From A. D. Barnard ranch, two black mules about eleven years old, weight about 1000 pounds, ono white pony ninrc nino years old, ortc bay filly, two years old. ono darn bay horse colt two years old. Finder please notify A. I). Duis, Patterson, N. M. 15tf. TYPEWRITER RIBBONS f'Klcan Writo" manufactured for this cli mate. Guaranteed. $1.00 each, for any machine. News Office. LOST -On Kenton road, one Packard auto casing, non-skid. 'M by 3Vj. Finder return to F. '.. Akin or News olliee anil receive regard. 21-2 LOST, STRAYED, r ,TOLE Ono gray mare, fi years old. branded "JH" on right jaw, about 15 hands one sorrel blazed face mare, 7 years old, no brand.Itcward for information !.-nilinir to recovery. C. E. Patterson, . ... t . -V- M IIM vim I. I". Three show eases. Apply Fru ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 25 May 1918

THE CLAPTON NEWS BUY SWASTIKA COAL IF YQJJ WANT THE BEST. "MAY $8.75, JUNE $9.00, JULY $9.25, AUGUST $9.40, SEPTEMBER $9.50 - PER TON. . . New Prices Announced by flic Government 1 CLCLIL J Personal Paragraphs H. 1). Hutchinson was in from hi ranch near Amistad the latter part (if tllP WlM'k. I J. E. Ilussel, of near Hoy, was a business visitor to Clayton the lat tei part of last week. Toni Wnl ford was in from his ranch dm fore part of the week. TWENTY MILLION POUNDS OF IIEANS IS ESTIMATE I OH 1918 Teleohone Ira Pennington mad; a business trip to Grenville the first of the week; ' Miss Esther Downey has returned from Halon where she spent a few ' g'niTOiiiiiiiiminiiiiiiiniiniiHiiiiinnniinnmiiimnnniininniinnmi'raiB days vacation with home folks. g . Mrs. Ida F. Love, and son Farrel, g haVe moved to Denver and will make' i their home there. I i Mrs. C. H. McVey, who has been' p activo in IW-tl Cross work, left Thurs-! 1 day for Wichita. Kansas, where she will visit for severa, months...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 25 May 1918

Tim CLAYTON NEWS RUSHING WORK ON MERCHANT VESSELS 54 V Vf'5JWv" mmm V -Mfcij'' .V, V 1 -,SV-("tl--'.--- .'?n ,"1 il i it '4 T:is IíimI I. .no si ni? shil;u!l(llns before the wnr, but in lio coinpiirison Willi wliuLls bclim (1IK now. Many of the bluest wooden ships ever built lire belnc liaimh ! Uh-iv. TMh iiliutortipli dhows two huge wooden vessels on the wnys :.t n Tcxiis shipyard. eastern in vi its urn above IWH FOU Ml NHIIWL BONUS I.Kton Company, (,liicti(). iv A I'lTiiiiiini of ?l,i:rj.."(0 on Issue Of ST.'i.OIII) VHIiw Homls Elsfoii ami Company, of Chicago, . bond brokers and hankers, were the i-ucces.sful bidders in competition with six other bond houses for the issues tf $75,H)0 worth of munic ipal bonds to be issued by the Village of Clayton. The bid of ll'o eastern firm was the only one above par, they bidding $7t, 1 32..10 for the issue lii'l.s ranged from about i7, or lar less 2,100, bid by Uosworth, Chanute and Comiiany. Denver to t lie bil of Eltlon and Company, All bid...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 25 May 1918

Fair and Square THE CLAYTON NEWS The BULLETIN BOARD A Business Directory A. II, DARDEN 'attorhkt at law Of flea la Pire lVatleaal Bask . Baílalas. CLAYTON I-1 NEW MEXICO. HILL BROTHERS Coal, Ice and Transfer Company Telepkoae S8-C CIjAYTOX. i-i NEW MEXICO. W.M. LESLIE, M.D. PHYSICIAN AND ILRGEON. Ovar Deaa'a Bakery. chAhi.ton bldo. phone 2.11 CLAYTON, l-l NEW MEXICO. Dr. C. E. KELLER DENTIST. Orar Dcaa'a Bakery. Offlca rheaa 101-B Clartea. COL GEO. GOODYEAR COL J. A. SOWERS AUCTIONEERS. Thirty yean experience In livestock, townslte and general alca crying;. All work will ba appreciated. Writ Col. Bowers at Seneca, or phone Wanetts; writ Col. Goodyear at Clayton r phona Caudle's Furnltura Store. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. COL E. U. JACOBS AUCTIONEER. Meat Esaerleaced la Ualaa Caaaty. atlafaetlaa Gaaraataei. CLAYTON, l-l NEW MEXICO. Dr. J. C KISNER GENERAL, PRACTICE. Ofrica Next ta Telepfcoae Ei. akaaaja la Ckarltoa Baílala;. Claytaa, N. M. Alio Speolállat on Rectum, Ear, Nose, Throat, ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 25 May 1918

TILE CLAYTON NEWá Fair and ClqnrvK "OVER THE íí TOP By An American Arthur Guy Empey Soldier WllO Went Machine Gunner, Serving in France Ooprr1(M IP1T, by Arthur O07 Bar 7 EMPEY AND A COMRADE HAVE EXCITING EXPERIENCE WHILE ON LISTENING POST DUTY. Synopsis. Klred by the sinking of the Lusltnnla, with the loas of American lives, Arthur Guy Empey, na American living In Jersey City, goes to England and enlists as u private In the British army. After a short experience as a recruiting offlcer In London, he Is sent to train ing quarters In Frnnce, where he first hears the sound of big guns and makes the acquaintance of "cooties." After a brief period of training Kmpey's company Is sent Into the front-line trenches, where he takes his first turn on the Ore step while the bullets whli overhead. Empey learns, as comrade falls, that death lurks always In the trenches. Chaplain distinguishes himself by rescuing wounded men under hot fire. With pick and shovel Empey has experience as a trench di...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 25 May 1918

Frac," a (eápt o poro, SI.UU aaca. Fair and Square TOE CLAYTON NEWS I NO LIMIT SET ON U. S. ARMY, SAYS , n. THE PRESIDENT Wilson Opens Red Cross Cam paign With Speech at New York. OVER 5,000,000 MEN WILL GO TO FRONT, IF NECESSARY Declares America Will Net Be Divert ' 4 From IU PurpoM of Winning the - War by Insincere Approaches en the Subject of Peace Urges All te Con tribute Generously Toward $100, 000,000 Red Cross Fund Condemns Those Who Attempt 1o Make Profit Out of the War. New York, Mey 20. President Wil son, opening the $100,000,000 Red Cross drive at a rally In the Metropol itan opera bouse Saturday night, de clared for an nullmlted army, greater than 6,000,000, If necessary.' In the afternoon he marched In a parade of 70,000 Red Cross workers, and as he walked down Fifth senue he received the greatest reception ever accorded a president of the United States. At the opera house he was repeatedly cheered. "I hare heard gentlemen recently say," said he, "that we must get 6 000...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 25 May 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS Fair and Equaxt GUNS TAKEN FROM TURKS IN MESOPOTAMIA 99 1 svV. The results of the Urltish victorious udvnnce in Mesopotamia cannot jet be estimated, either In a political or material sense. Thone ore merely few Turkish guns taken by a Ilrltlsh outpost at ñamadle. TEUTON SUBMAÍM BUSY OFF THE COAST OF ITALY Spies and Fishermen Help Supply and Signal German Captains. BASES ON NEUTRAL LAND Craft Hunt In Groups and Have Ac curate Information of Sailings Temptation Too. Much for j Fishermen. Rome. The U-boat offensive Is still serious In the Mediterranean. Sub marine buses exist In neutral coun tries, where Information, provisions and even petrol are supplied to the German commanders. Some time ago three Sicilian fishermen were charged with supplying provisions to an enemy submurlne off Augusta. In the course of the trlul before the military tribunal at Catania evidence was brought to show that while the fishermen were out at sea In their boat a submarine rose to the surf...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 25 May 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS AiijnrRM:n uion of nonn of ('(II Ml (IIOtll'lSIIIKH.I OF I .11(1.1 i COI IT, 1K1V MKIM'O, MKM Mil MATH, MIKTKU.I KIliHIKK.I VIEW IN BETH UNE, ONE OBJECTIVE OF GERMAN DRIVE $ 80.00 85. 00 3.00 4.61) .75 The Board met at 9 o'clock, A. M. there being present the Hon. T. J. Ed- . inondHon, Chairman, H. 11. Magruder and 1 J. l'achei'o, Members, and Juan J. Du- ran. Clerk. The following road bins were oraer- cd paid: Tom O. Buiihrrel A. J.oveleBs .... - J. W.Jltta J. T. Walker W. R. Alriarnnn . mu- Joe Lumber Co. 282.75 J. E. Sheldon 3.00 J. A. Boyd 3.00 K. lluntaberry . .- 6.40 . tl. Granville 101.60 ' U.. 11. Hit ua; 26.00 11111 Brothers 10.71 l'etitlon Binned by 8. E. Hucker, et ul . asking for a road beginning: at the center of Section 81, Twp. 20 N., R. 38 i;., etc., as more fully set out In said petition : It is therefore ordered by the board that E.l. Hucker, Joe Koner and A. C. Loveless he, and ihey hereby are ap pointed as viewers to view said pro posed road. Pet...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 25 May 1918

rI"",--r' "J:;" T" '"' ' - it "" r -""'--J" f, - - .u - ' w ....... jit m,m . - , " 1 , "" y v '" " p - - - " - r: tí . ' -, ' - j ra II - . - I r "Tí. THE CLAYTON irGWS . I "Ready-to-Wear" Our Specialty O TTO-J O H N S O N MERCANTILE CO. "Readv-to-Wear" Our Specialty .1 11 ta: 0 Your ricery ere We are going to share our Profits with our many Customers. A good time to launch on the wave of Thrift and Economy that is sweeping country-wide. The Otto-Johnson Store with their large facilities for buying and large dis tribution, are in a position to help you economize on your table supplies, at the same time offering you the best in quality. We invite you to visit our store, inspect our stock and ask questions concerning them. You will be gladly informed as to the merit of every item sold over the counters of our store. The most attractive and best equipped in the Southwest. Maintained always at the highest Standard for the Service of the Union County Public. OUR DRIED FRUITS- (H it DH1E...

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

Jon.-s C-cil :.M:ti-y, !! Waller c s. L. Park ( lollales i : J : ! f i I k 4 ' illiüvS (SLA YTOR1' MM VOl.UMt ELEVE JVIMIIF.U, TWENTY Til H EES Clayton, New Mexico, June 1 , 19 8 BOOST CLAYTON AND UNION COUNTY BY SENDING THE NEWS BACK HOME riBMCATIOJi Interior V. R Lni Iven that .Tornh i 'n I í ,r V BUUSCHirTJUii UU, mude Home. $2.00 a Year, and WrtW "'': -4- ' tin Z.I, Ton- M, I'. Morlil- iitentlon to establish Nlei be-t,t-s V ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW ABOUT NUCLEUS OF AMERICA'S GREAT FLEET OF SEAPLANES Dr..L. C. Winchester, of Murray, Ky., is. visil ing'his cousin, 1 J. M. NVini-Ji.-skT. Fieri Law, smi of Charles Law, who has spent tho last few years in Uliii) returned "to Clayln III'! first (if I In; week. Iti ib Lcllerirk. who lias been em- I il 1 at Un" Parnhait market, 1 'ft the fun- part oí the week fur Pahm. A. '. McDonald, wlin .-pent a IVw days In-re on business returned to Lulilii't'k, Texas, Tuesday. Hugh StulU b'ft Wednesday for his Iiotiji' at Orrnville. J. H. Ru.-i.scll, ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 1 June 1918

'.''.--,y :?;.:-:x! 0!'-;:ít;;".:'; i:-: (y-.-. v. sL. av 1IÉÍ lilíillli I " .. - 4 Í f. Jíincss Directory i HARDEN oHMEY AT LAW Ja First Netleaal Bask Baílalas-. ITOH t-l NEW MEXICO. p'oveSTthetof" By An American Artlfoiuiir Guy Empey S oldie rVlAlO Went Machine Gunner. Serving in France Ooprrlftl 101?, by Arthur On Kaape? HILL BROTHERS Coa!, Ice and Transfer Company Telephone Bt-C CLAYTON, l-1 NEW MEXICO. W.M. LESLIE, M.D. PHYSICIAN AND IIHUKOX. Over Deaa'a Bakery. CHARLTON BLUU. PIIOMÍ JS3 CLAtTON, I-1 NEW MEXICO. EMPEY GIVES A DESCRIPTION OF THE WORK ON OBSER VATION POST DUTY. 8ynopila. Fired by the sinking of the Lusltanla, wltli the lost of American Uve, Arthur Guy Empey, an American living In Jersey City, goes to England and enlists as a private In the British army. After a short experience as a recruiting officer In London, ha 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 t...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 1 June 1918

i ' - .' y'"-'.- :" Í . '" " ' ' - ' THE CLAYTON NEWS Mll'K'K OF PK OKN CY OF ACTION In the JuMflee's Cnnrt. I'rrrlnrt No. On. Htntr of w Mexico, County of lalom -i. u. uu.iN vi i.i.i-;. I'lnmtiir. v. . No, II. C. HURI Defendant Tu H. C. Hurt!. lieft-iitiant: Jolt aro hereby notified that a suit hau been comnienrot ntralnRt you' In the court of I.,. W. Klneilom, Esq., JuMIre of tho Peace within and for Precinct No. 1, Union County. New Mex ico, by the- above named plrtlntin", the said plaintiff claiming i.n indebtedness against yon In tho aum of fl:it).5, with Interest nnd costs of tnitt. for mid on Account of goods, wares and merchan dise ul Mi delivered to you by the Bibl nit mod plaintiff. That your money nnd effects In the hands of C. K. l.uthy, Loo Glasgow nnd "John" Coburn, tlie naii'o ".lolm'' heine fietlolouw. the real hint nnme of said Coburn helper un known to the pluiutilí, l.as been gar' nisheed. That unless you enter or cauauMo lie entered your appctrnnce In the above e...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 1 June 1918

Wi. 113 THINK! q What will ; , . . Memorial Day mean to jj you in 1919? ACT! ADDITIONAL LIST OF R. C. GIFTS II i The following lift of donations to he Red Crows during the recent u'riví, completes and corrects, in. a few instances, the lift published in last week's News. The list published lawt week was supposedly rmplete up until Friday noon, only. Saturday of last week, an4 Monday of this, there a number of subscriptions turned in that were not recorded at that time. Krrors made in last week's list are corrected in this llHt as far as they have been called to our attention. Further errors will bo corrected cheet .ily when brot to our notice. One Dollar or Less I). A. Carrol, O. C. Forney, C. M. Sanchez, Mrs. J. A. Ham, Mrs, Sarah Nulpli, Mrs. J. F. Ashy, Clyde Coons, ). l'atton, C. L. Leighton, Elzada Crumley, Elzada Crumley, Mark Hlodgett, O. E. Ulodnett, Hen Ziegler, F. C. Iodson, Chas. Austin, LEE El kin, Leona Yencey, Elmer Tumler, J. E. Kitchiun, E.G. Stom Ina Ayt rs, W. E. H...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 1 June 1918

. THE CLAYTON NEWS iKjiiiíiii my silSR TTIS Eclipsa Wood Windmill keeps your tank full of ' A- x water at tha small eat Doeeible coat. Farm- l i V Ws using it have proven this. Eclipae Milla lar ami pumping water today without repair coats ítar 30 Years of Service Cnma In and find out about tha wonderful nh a 41 powerful and auperlor cooatructioo oi tha BcUpee. R W. Isaacs, Clayton, N.M. aZIaíaíaaa!aía4aa 0 I III Mil' V 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, i-: j-t :: NEW MEXICO. ABSTRACTS A SPECIALTY THE CLAYTON ABSTRACT COMPANY INCORPORATED. ZL P. TTARVY, Manager. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO Fhone 223. We Are Not in Business for Our Health, But to Save Your...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 1 June 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS. The VILLAGE CRIER COLUMN A Column of OPPORTUNITIES for Every News Reader Rate: One Cent per Word per Issue STRAYED OR STOLEN From A. Ü. Barnard ranch, two black mules about eleven years old, weight about 1000 pounds, ono while pony mare nine years old, ono bay filly, two years old, ono darn bay horse colt two years old. Finder please notify A. D. Rui?, Patterson, N. M. 15tf. TYPEWRITER RIBBONS Hvlcan Wrilo" manufactured for this cli mate. Guaranteed. $1.00 each, for any machine. News Office. LOST On Kenton road, one Packard auto casii.fc', non-skid, 30 by 3V. Finder return to F. (J. Akin or News ollice and receive retire!. 2'2 FOR S A L I- Three show cas.'S, Apply Truth' Farmaey, Clayton. TO TRADE One hundred and sixty acre improved farm near Texline. Will take live stock or light auto as first payment. Terms on ballence. Address Dox 281, Texllne. Phone 52. 2122 FAR SALE Three White Holland Turkeys, cheap. P. O. Pox 500. FOR SALE Everett mahogany pi aim. Fino tono,...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 1 June 1918

: '.ir; THE CLAYTON NEWS t Á' SUMMER IS HFRF WINTER K filMIM COAL WILL BE SCARCE-TAKE THE ADVICE OF THE GOVERNMENT AND BUY NOW Uuy Swastika C:nl If You Want the liost G.G. T .:. . ," N v v.. ., V?.. : J t-f.Vy fl....." ...... ,'V V' cía-- - ,i 5 Personal Paragraphs Dr. Frank LaFayttte Loveland, who fpcdIig at Chautauqua. Read The "VILLAGE CRIER" Column Miss Alva Gilliam, wim lias been ill nt tln Hope Hospital, lias fully recovered ami returned to her lioiin? in l'asan.Hinli Three second liaml Fords fur sale at tin right priced' ionecr Auto ".o. Buy coal early: use economically. v.. ;. Or. E. A. Jennings returned Wed nesday from El Paso ami different points in Arizona. Welding by experts at (lie '.lay ton Oarage. Three second hand Fonts for sale at the right price.P ioneer Auto Co. Miss Mea Jacobs, of Ml. Dora, was a Clayton visitor Friday. Vulcanizing guaranteed at Clayton '.a rage. Mis. I). W. Haydon returned to l.yl.rii Wednesday ofter spending the fore art of the week with Dr. Il...

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