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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 1 June 1918

TIIE CLAYTON NEW3 17ILS 0II ASKS HEW LAWS Pithy News Items Gathered From All Over New Mexico NEWS TO DATE IN PARAGRAPHS OAUQHT FROM THE NETWORK OP WIRE8 ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD. DURING THE PAST WEEK RECORD OF IMPORTANT EVENT CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPLE. IfMiim New.pr Union New Service. ABOUT THE WAR The German long-range bombard ment oí Paria was resumed May 27. On the Locre-Voormezeele front the French troops repulsed the enemy with great loas. The Germana have seized and taken Into Swlneiuunde the Dutch steamship Jantje and sailing vessels Maria, Ja coba and Gerzine. In a battle a mile above the ground, an American pursuit plane shot down n enemy biplane about Essey, with in the German linea on the Toul front. The Germans have succeeded in hfiting the concrete laden cruiser Vindictive, sunk In the harbor of Os tend on May 10 by British raiding forces. The Germana Monday forced pass age of the Alune river west of the British sector, compelling the left of the British line to fall back,...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 1 June 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS CLAYTON S LEADING DRl'G STORE Carrying a COMPLETE line of the famous ' Rexal Remedies , and Toilet Articles Every thing in the line of drug sundries. ' largest Soda Fountain In Clayton Wanser & Owens " Simon Herzstein Clothing Company EVERYTHING FOR MENS' AND YOING MENS' WEAR Now showing a full line of summer garments in late style? and fabrics The Home of HART SCHAFFNER & MARX Clothes Lab. showing of summer garments in our ladies "Ready-to-Wear.' Simon Herzstein Clothing Company S. E. Lane Land Company REAL ESTATE Doing a general' land business in the Land of Plenty Clayton, New Mexico . Fresh Bakery Goods Every article of Bakery Goods turned out at this shop is properly blended with tho wcat flur substitutes that are necessary. We are members of the Food Administration. TRY OUR BREADS AND PASTRY GOODS MORALES BAKERY CLAYTON Save on your Clothing Modern methods of dry-cleaning and pressing will not only save and lengthen the life of your clthes, but will ma...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 1 June 1918

7'"- f Him ii mm nr v vi!'Cf,-v Vi V-.a ,r Ixi i X'&A & ' ?Alfe TZD TIIE CLAYTON NEWS. CITIZENS TO GRADE COME ACROSS 1,111.1' R AD mw Mmtm am em MANY IMHYIDt'AI-S WILL HELP COl'NTY (iHAIH: THi: HIGHWAY Chairman Turn" Edmondson, of the CnunlyC imtni.-si:iHM's lia been buy the past week or leu days clr iMiluling a petition for help in grad ing the Colorado to Gulf highway as explained in a recent issue of Hie .New. A considerable sum lias been raised in this njanner thruout the communities adjacent to the, high way. The petition circulated in Clay ton and its .iners is given herewith. The petitins circulated in other sec tions have not yet heen returned. "Wo, the undersigned, desiring; to !wUl. ti eountv and Slat' in iin- i 1 1.. 1 ..... ! proving I no nigiiway i'ut-ni -line, Texas, and Dedman, New Mex ico, hereby aiace to pay to tthe treasurer of Union County, New Mex jco, the sums set opposite our res pcelive names, on condition that the Kline he used and expended in the iin...

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

Crowder's new "work-or-flght" regula THE CLAYTON" KEW3 SQUARE UP By Getting Your Farm Loan FROM TUB F. B. COLLINS INVESTMENT CO. L. IS. KEISEH, DUt. Mgr. and Inspector. BEST TERMS ROOM 8 CILARITON BUIIiDING. i- . CLAYTON, K. M. TheBuildingSeason The Building Season la here, but before you build or make that ad dition to your Building See Ua for the Beat la Lumber and all Build ing Material. Our Stock la Complete, The Big Tf" Lumber Co. Clayton qj) JJ New Mexico LET TO FIGURE ON TOUR ESTIMATE AND SAVE) YOU MONEY. P. 8.1 Bare Ton Bought a Liberty BondT TYPEWK rm.TD STATIONERY and SUPPLIES Colorado Bond, featherweight In neat box with folding flap lid, legal alie. BOO $2.00 TJnglaxed Onion Skin, white for sec ond aheeta, In neat box with fold ing flap lid, legal alie, 600 fl.BO "KLEAN-WRITE" Rlbbona, the beat made for thla climate, fresh stock, guaranteed, Remington, Royal, Un derwood, L. C. Smith, In atock, prompt aerrloe on all other inakea, each 91.00 KLEAN - WRITE" Carbon paper, th...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 1 June 1918

, l. in' I", Ml., 1 1' will I T.'iw 'ir. . hilk Milcli.'ll. :.'Vi-r Ml Il ii :. Hi c.I:jvImii THE CLÁYTÓtí HEWS THE HOME OF v ."V g ra . MSI Hii!l9a)f KM SIM W8 . 4; M , i,mV, - uní . - 4 - ANHEUSER-BUSCH, STXOUIiS. The universal popularity of Bevo made it necessary to erect this building the largest of its character in the vcrld. Covers two city blocks. Floor space 26 acres. A basement 30 feet hi$h containing 13 tracks each to accommodate ten freight cars. Will employ 2,500 people and have a bottling capacity of two million bottles daily, equal to 140 car loads, on an eíht hour day basis. 11 ii 1! ii J I P'- I m Rr.'C;7: . jl -K L n r i p i Pi Pi Pi Pi P: ir i ... Pi p.-r . -. r- b :. ; $ -.'' CrV.-í-'i ;v,.; -...í ; U$t&$ !íi tfí 'JV:f-YM (i Ton !!:). mi lii- -y ai-li ).riií , i i;d's eye view of .gjgjflf '"s aa"laU(ua iiiiiimiiBiwmiKíiiiinriii riMi!i'i!int:,i:;'i!i)!::ni:',.:"i: Keeping Up With i he NEWS' FAMILY ;.1 a-ni'i III: I'M' (".. uitJii.iiiiH ':!iiiiiii: h )ii:i!:..n:...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 8 June 1918

fe NEWS M MPF.R TWEXTV FOI R Clayton, New Mexico, June 8, 1 98 gl'DSCHIPTIOX RATH 52.00 a Year, nnl Worth It. UNION COUNTY FOLK MUST BUY $220,080 W. S. S. BEFORE END OF YEAR i L'MON COUNTY MAX REPORTED DESERTER MAY BE IN FRANCE W. S. S. That Jack Williams, Union County member of tin National Army, re ported to the local draft board as a deserter by tin? military authorities at Camp Funston, is with the rxpe ditionaiy forces on the way, or in France, is the belief of Mrs. V. H. Dicks, of near the city. Mrs. Dicks received two postal) cards from Williams the week he was reported as a deserter, one sent from Kansas City, May 20, slating he was expecting to bo called for overseas duty soon, and one from Hloomington, III., dated May 30, con taining the information that he was on his way to New York to embark for the scene, of battle. Mrs. Dick is of the opinion that the deserter reported is some other than Williams, or is of the same name but from some other part of the country. Buy a Ba...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 8 June 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS The BULLETIN BOARD A Business Directory A. II. DARDEN ATTORNEY AT LAW Office la First National Baak Baílalas. CLAVTOX i-t NKW MKXICO. HILL BROTHERS Coal, Ice and Transfer Company Telephoae 5-C CLAYTON. - NKW MKXICO. W.M. LESLIE, M.D. PUYSICIAN AND ItHQKUN. Ovar Deen'e Bakery. CHARLTON BLDO. PHOIR IM CLAYTON, l-l NEW MKXICO. Dr. C. E. KELLER DENTIST Over Dean'a Oakery. Of flea Phone IOI-B Claytoa. COL. E. Ü. JACOBS AUCTIONEER, Moat Experienced la Valoa County. atlsfaetlon Guaranteed. CLAYTON, l-l NEW MEXICO. Dr. J. C. KISNER GENERAL PRACTICE. Office Next to Telephone Kl changa In Charlton Unlldlnc Clayton. N. at. Alao Speclallat on Rectum, Bar, None, Throat, Stomach, Dtaeaaea of Women and Children. Office Houri 10 to It a. m., 1 to I i). in. Sunday: 8:30 to :3Ua. m. Other hour by appointment. Office Phone 240. Union Title and Loan Co. ABSTRACTS, PLATS, CONVEYANCING, NOTARY. Clayton, :-: :-: New Mexico. GOL. G. W. BAKER Auctioneer You Have Tried the Rest Now Try the B...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 8 June 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS CLAYTON'S LEADING DRUG STOKE Carrying a COMPLETE line of the famous Rexal Remedies and Toilet Artielrs Everything in the line of dm? Sundries. Lorjjcst Soda Fountain in Hv'.'r.n W. anser & 0 wens V- MUSIC STORE A CREDIT TO THE TOWN Simon Herzstein Clothing Company EVERYTHING FOR 51 ENS' ,N YOLNG'mENS' WEAK Now showing a full lino of summer garments in lato styles and fabrics The Hemic of II YRT SCHAFFNER & MARX Clothes Lato showing of summer garments in our ladies "Rcady-lo-Wear.' Simon Herzstein Clothing Company Get a Price for your Broom Corn Ve arc netting the highest market prices for the broom eorn and other produce marketed Tor members of this society. Many farmers are saving money by trading at the "Equity" INVESTIGATE - The Farmers' Society of Equity, Ltd, W. L. SWAGERTIE, Manager. Music stores like tln une provided by the Fiseher-liav is Music Company in Clayton ore imt usunlly found in places of this si.i. Mills store is located in tjio new Ihmmund...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 8 June 1918

THE CLAYTON NEW3 to neu YOU- " U. 3. DEPT OrVAGRICULTURE HOW TO TELL VHEH VEGETABLES ARE READY FOR USE ON TABLE Í '! r i '- VC '..JB ' (A? . 1 I'IWM.IVL HEPOHT UNION C.OI NT Y ( IIAPTKn A. R. C. Tim following report of the finnnclal roiulition of the local rlittpler of tlie American Hed Cross indicates that Die 11 nan -. rial affairK of the organization ure in good hands and being carefully conducted. The re port is submitted that the sup porters of the movement may he informed as to actual expen ditures of the funds they have contributed. Receipts May 1. Cash on hands..$10l6.1( ( 4i sli received during month 233.95 TOTAL ! $3C52.li Expenditures Postage, Stationery, ete. .$12.05 Phone, telegraph, cable 3.60 .Miscellaneous Expense ..4.88 Expense for .Military Relief Supplies rfi9.31 Membership clues paid to Washington 92.50 Total $f82.37 June 1, Balance Cash $29.7i Total $3652.11 Vegetable Like Theee, Grown In the Summer and Stored Until Winter Diet V xrJ-XJXj-i r rir-ii ir-i nnni Su...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 8 June 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS a m rTHE Eclipsa Wood Windmill keeps your tank full of 1 ' - " c urina It have proven this. Eclipse Milla . eUU pompea-water today without raoair carta 30 Veara of Service YfenM In and Bttd et (boot tha wotvWful enlLa powerful aixupet1orxxMructkn at tbtikchae. R. W. Isaacs, Clayton, N.M. Ya The Superiority of Our Mill Work Is acknowledged even by our strongest competitors. It holds ks 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. II . XLiRVY, Manager. 'Ti1 Phone 233. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO We Are Not in Business for Our Health, But to Save Your Soles We are equipped with the very beat modern machinery for re pair work on boot and ahoea, aad we do anon work wh...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 8 June 1918

Uloll US devolví VOIT i:VT LOSE Poder our re THE CLAYTON NEWS. The VILLAGE CRIER COLUMN ' A Column of OPPORTUNITIES for Every News Reader Rate: One Cent per Word per Issue TYTEWIUTLR RIBROJVS ,"Klcan Writo" manufactured for this cli mate. Guaranteed. $1.00 each, for any machine. News Office. FOR SAL 1 Three show cases, Apply Truth's Tarmaoy, Clayton. FAIl SALE Three Turkey?, cheap. I White Holland . O. Rox 500. FOR SALE Everett mahogany pi ano. Tine tone, in fine condition. Address Mrs. C. 1'. Suthers, Clayton. A bargain at $250. 232123 STRAYED OR STOLEN One sorrel horse, D years old, weight about 1100 pounds, in good condition, with brand "connected ST" on left thigh. ?10 reward. Notify J. T. Newton, Gladstone, N. M, 23rG HENRY HESl'RESS Your cousin, Dick Ilespress, is looking for you, who left North Carolina years ago. Address Box 380, Stalesboro, Ga. 23 Lost Whit.' r.-iual lied ears and tail. answers tu name "Lady"', return to News office. hull dug. clip Wearing rollar, H.'wi'cl ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 8 June 1918

. I - 'Ipil I !!! ÍPP j saj i p sy Pif'llllf ill iiiii!-LJ''''' I.::m!Í!miI!ííiIHI;!Iíi.I:!,I', .''i torV j . . THE CLAYTON NEWS SUMMER IS HERE. WINTER IS fOMINfi COAL WILL BE SCARCE-TAKE THE ADVICE OF THE GOVERNMENT AND BUY NOW Buy Swnstikn Coal If You Want the Ucst G.CG. WAR PRICES ARE BRINGING 'DRY' FARMERS OF UNION INTO THEIR OWN w. s. s Not many ycarg jngo, less than twenty in fact, the mere suggestion that this section of Now Mexico would ever devlop into an agricul tural territory where fields of corn and grain and other crops would grow and make peoplo prosperous would have been laughed at. One cattleman, even as late as the mid dle nintics, was heard to remark that you "couldn't raise a fuss" on Union County land. Within recent years, however, and with tho advent of successful dry farming methods this idea has changed and now Union PUBLIC SALE 2'2 Miles Northwest of Amistad, N. M. SATURDAY, JUNE 15 MARY F. BRANDSTETTER, Owner. 3L ON EY TO AN OKLAHOMA FARM MORTGAGE CO. MAKKS...

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

THE CLAYTON NEWS HEWS TO DATE IN PARAGRAPHS CAUGHT FROM THE NETWORK OP WIRES ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD. DURING THE PAST WEEK RECORD Of IMPORTANT EVENT! CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPLE. Wnlirn Newepapar Union Nawa Service. ABOUT THE WAR Germans give up attempt to oust Americans from Cantlgny. Germany's submarine raid on ship ping off the American coast bai des troyed probably eleven vessels and 68 persons were lost. Tbe transport sblp Leasowe Castle has been sunk by aa enemy submarine tbe British admiralty announced. One hundred and one persons were drowned. Owing to the terrible casualties In flicted upon it, the Prussian guards division has been withdrawn by the German high command from the but tle. Tbe German losses are becoming heavier daily. On the front between Solssons and Chateau Thierry the Germans occu pied Longpont, Corey, Faverolles and Troesnes, but later were driven out of these places by energetic French counter attacks. The aerial activity over the terri tory of the German adva...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 8 June 1918

son, New y"1 PAZ VALVERDE May Hi June t. '! Registe TIIE CLAYTON NEWS XOTKK OP PKXnESfT OF ACTION In the Jwatlce'a Conrt, Preelaet Kn( One, Mnte of Nfn Mnlco, County ot lalom 4J. O. GRANVILLE, Plaintiff, I vs. ,' No.' It. C. BUHO Defendant To H. C liurd, Defendant: - You are hereby notified that a suit has been commenced against you In the court of fit. W. Kingdom, Esq., J unt Ire of the Peace within and for l'recinct No. 1, Union County, New Mex ico, ly the above named plaintiff, the asid plaintiff claiming l.n Indebtedness .against you in the sum of $130.75, with Interest and costs of suit, for and on account of gpnds, wares and merchan dise soldi and delivered to you by the .said named plaintiff. That your money and effects In the hands of C. K. Luthy, I.ec Ulnsifow and "John" Coburn, the name "John" being ficticious, the real first name of said Coburn being; un known to the plaintiff, has been gar nisheed. That unless you enter or cause to be entered your appearance in he abo-e ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 8 June 1918

MOSQUERO TRAM PARAS " THE CLAYTON NEWS jmnnnmnuinfflmonnniMini!imumtiWMHi!tnMi'iinMKii 'Round About the County nitininiiiiiiiUMMMtiinimiiniiiiiiiiJiiiiii'ninoiMHiMiiMUiiiiiaiimi V I'LAIXYIKW A line ruin in tliM ((immunity. our 1. Hui'ix'r iniult in J?I00 anil we wi.-li t" thank nil vlu were jires rnt, and t especially thank Mr. J. M. iMvis fT hi services n auction eer. Mrs. Ton) Oiliorno lia recovered from lier illnes anl is alile to be about again. Mpsm-9. lleaton. Noiller Itomin and lturrow, acting as a soliciting com mittee for ttie It'-d Cross in this district during tUe wecliif the lied Cross drive,-secured $107. Ij as the riainview community contribution to the county quota. Mrs. Artie Komie, who lias been ill for some time, is able to be up again. Plainview auxiliary Med Cross still has a good crowd in attendance at the weekly meetings. The auxiliary lias completed two sweaters, several pairs of sox and over a dozen hos pital garments. Jolmie Jones, of the Cimarron, was in th...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 8 June 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS SQUARE UP By Getting Your Farm Loan FROM THE F. B. COLLINS INVESTMENT CO. Ii. E. REISER, Diet. Mgr. and Inspector. BEST TERMS BOOM 8 CHARLTON BUIIJHXQ. . t.: CLAYTON, If. M. FheBuildingSeason Tha Building Bniod la here, but before you build or make that ad dition to your Building See Ua for the Beet In Lumber and all Build ing Material. Our Stock la Complete. The Big T0 Lumber Co. Clayton oji J New Mexico LET US FIGURE OX YOUR ESTIMATE AND SAVE YOU MONEY. P 8.1 Bar Yon Bought Liberty Bond? TYPEWR i. R STATIONERY and SUPPLIES Colorado Bond, featherweight In neat box with folding flap lid, legal alse, 600 $2.00 Cnglaced Onion Skin, white for sec ond aheeta, in neat box with fold ing flap lid. legal size, 500 $1.60 "XLEAN-WRITE" Rlbbona, the beat made for thla climate, fresh atock, i guaranteed, Remington, Royal, Un- ) derwood, L. C. Smith, In atock, prompt service on all other makes, ach $1.00 TCLEAN - WRITE" Carbon paper, thin, lasting, best on the market, ten cents ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 8 June 1918

Dr. A. E. Brosior, of Amistad, was TIIE CLAYTON NEWS If you Knew There Was to Be a Terrible Hail Storm Right In your Very Section What would you Do?--what Could you Do? n ARTFOR TUT A fín ii.íi. lb T . '.1 i ou can t cover your crops, neitner 1.111 e i it l can you shield them from the cob ble stones of the sky." So- Even if you knew there was to be a hailstorm-a ruinous, raging storm one that was bound to destroy your entire source of income-you couldn't do a thing to prevent it. No power on earth could save your property, and you know it. Consequently, what's to be done? You can't afford to run your busi ness on a "my-crops-may-be-ruined-any-day" basis, can you? You don't wan't to feel that the harvest of months of hard work may be swept away in a few minutes, do you? Of course not. You may argue that the storm MAY not come. Quite true; it may not for a day, or a week, or two weeks. But when it DOES, then what? There's only one safe answer: "Hartford Hail Insurance" REMEMBER Fores...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 June 1918

PJ NI VOLUMJf ELETEÜ KISIBER TWETI FIVE Clayton, New Mexico, June 15, 1918 SL'BSCKIFTIOX nATE two noi.t.s.it run tkar TOT Ml JÜJÜá Tino A a HTT7 nnrTT m .H"id1Pi T7T7 A TT TTi TTTT7T7 k Sk V an M mu ÜU rm ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW ABOUT W. E. Oliver, cattleman of Ama rillo, spent a fw days in Clayton. J. M. Gray, of Joplin, Mo., who has been spending Iho week in Clayton on business and visiting J. A. Mc Cune, returned home Thursday. Mrs. Nettie Chaffee, of Baker City, Oregon, arrived in Clayton Monday. . She left Tuesday for Cone where she will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Swayer. Hugh Clary, appraiser for the Fed eral Loan Bank, spent the wok in Clayton. Jno. V. Curry, special agent of the Treasury department . was in Clayton the first of Hie week. Miss Ethel Stewart returned Mon day from her vacation spent in Fort Worth, Texas. Mrs. Annie Creager left Tuesday for Ft. Worth, Texas, to visit rela lives. A. F. McDonald, who has spent sometime here on business returned to his hom...

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. — 15 June 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS The BULLETIN BOARD A Business Directory A. II. DARDEN ATTORNaTT AT UW OOlea la rtrmt Natlamal Baak BatKlaa. OLATTOJT I-I X1W MBXICO. HILL BROTHERS Coal, Ice and Transfer Company Tlkaae M.O CLAYTOJf, 1-1 ajEW MEXICO. W.M. LESLIE, M.D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. On Deaa'a Baker?. CHARLTON BLDO, PHONIC MS CLAYTON, - W MBXICO. Dr. C. E. KELLER DKNTTIT. Ortr Deaa'a Bakery. Offlaa Pkaa 101-B Claytoa. AUCTIONEER. Meat Baperteaeea la 17alaa Coaatr. Sarlefaetloa Gaaraateed. CXATTON, t-i NEW MBXICO. Ton Dave Tried the Rest Now Try the Best. Address or Phone Me at Seneca, New Mexico. COL E. U. JACOBS Dr. J. C. KISNER OBNERAL. PRACTICE. Offlaa Hast ta Talapkoac Ei akaaaa la Charltoa Batidla, ( UTtol, N. M. Also Specialist en Reotum. Bar, Nose, Throat. Stomach. Dlaeaaea of Woman and Children. Offloe Hours 10 to 11 a. m. 1 to I p. m. Uundar: 1:10 to 9:10 a. aa. Other hours by appointment. Offlaa Pkeaa Bat. Union Tide and Loan Co. ABSTRACTS, PLATS, CONVEY ANCINO, NOTARY. Clayton, :-: ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 June 1918

Tim CLAYTON NEWS 1a fPxrrCíj Star CLAYTON'S LEADING DRl'G STORE Carrying a COMPLETE line of the famoiií Rexal Remedies and Toilet Articles Everything in Uio lino of dnijr sundries. Lorgcst Soda Fountain In (l .jtnii anser & 0 wens Simon Herzstein Clothing Company EVERYTHING FOR MENS AND YOUNG MENS' WEAR Now showing a full lino of summer garments in late styles and fabrics The Home of HART SCIIAFFNER & MARX Clothes Lato showing of summer garments in our ladies "Ready-to-Wear.' Simon Herzstein Clothing Company - . 4 :J , : Get a Price for your Broom Corn We are getting the highest market prices for the broom corn and other produce marketed for members of this society. Many farmers are saving money trading at the "Equity" , INVESTIGATE The Farmers' Society of Equity, Ltd, V. L. SWAGERTIE, Managcrr T - i . ' Jr. .Morictta Murphy S. E. Lane Land Company REAL ESTATE Doing a general land business in tbe Land of Plenty Claytob, New Mexico - .. ,. ; , ; 1 Fresh Bakery Goods Every art...

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