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

TUS CLAYTON NEWS. The VILLAGE CRIER COLUffi A Column of OPPORTUNITIES for Every News Reader Rate: One Cent per Word per Issue TYPEWRITER RIBBONS 'Klean Write" manufactured for this cli male. Guaranteed. $1.00 each, for ny machine. News Office. VOIl SAL E Three show cases, Apply Fruth's Farmacy, Clayton FAR SALE; Three White Holland J urkcys, cheap. P. O. Box 509. FOR SALE Everett mahogany dí ;no. Fine tone, in fine condition Address Mrs. C. P. Suthers, Clayton. A bargain at 250. 232425 STRAYED On STOLEN One sorrel horse, 5 years old, weight about I ICO pounds, in good condition, with brand "connected ST' on left thigh. "10 reward. Notify J. TV Newton, Cl.idslone, N. M. ' 23436 HENRY JIESPRESS Your cousin, Dick Resprcss, is looking for you, who leu North Carolina vears asm Address Box 380, Statesboro, Ga. 23 Lost While femal hull dog, clip 1)i'd cars and tail. Wearing collar, answers to name "Lady". Rewrd for return to News office." 24 FOR SALE 320 acres of good farm ing land. Locate...

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. — 15 June 1918

'Jifia' THE CLAYTON NEWS Si ikfulloirf V I 1 1 V lir T -! m m v H K. W. Isaacs, Uayton, IN.M. r I na Eclipse Wood Windmill keeps your tank full of i water at tnc emaueet possible cost. Farm wrs using It have proven this. Eclipsa Milla bra still pumping watac today without rapair costs laftsr b30 Yeara of Service m fn ni ftnfl out about tho wonderful noiilto ' poworf ul six! superior conatructioi. of th KclipM. MUHWHiaima The Superiority of Our Mill .Work Is acknowledged vea by our strongest competitors. Is holds its plaoe high ia the opinion of oar many customers. Oar large stock, and upright dealings impress people favorably, and we respectfully so Bfiit your business when you are in the market for scything in our line. Permit us to quote you our prices. CLAYTON CONSTRUCTION CO. AMERICAN SOUP KITCHEN IN ITALY CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO. J ABSTRACTS A SPECIALTY THE CLAYTON ABSTRACT COMPANY INCORPORATED. 22. V. HARVY, Manager. Phone) 223. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO We Are Not in Business for Our H...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 June 1918

ié i i ftitft fee t&ettto. (fot. .&.jsitt&c&,wx-,sMiwá& :tt r . ita f. '.-J,, .ntft .lili ;i.ifcMtiuMy m'.a', THE CLAYTON NEWS. w2 mm FRENCH HEAVY BATTERY AND DRESSING STATION V.'.r--y-.....,..M.,..,l... J... .-r-r.r.r. -..p f.r il W r I ft s V 5 i.:-.- 4K--3MáÍt . .. Y V i 4 7 j A I I ft L Ht U 5 1 vil a .a a i THAVIS-CAMERON. Dr. Walter T. Trai9, of Clayton, and Mrs. Smlye Cameron, of Louis ville, Ky., were married In Pueblo, Colo., last Tuesday evening. Dr. Travis lias been in Clayton for past few weeks and bas gained a host of friends. He camo from one of the most prominent families in Marion, Ky. Mrs. Travis is also of a prominent family and has won many friends already in Clayton. The many friends of Dr. and Mrs. Travis wish for them a happy and joyous life. They will njn.ke their future borne in Clayton. a rniExn. UNION COUNTY HAS FINK FIIOSI'ECTS FOIl OIL Mr. Gripe of the Guy community was in town Wednesday and paid the News office a visit. Mr. Gripe Live...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 June 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS I SUMMER IS HERE, WINTER IS COMING m m m COAL WILL BE SCARCE-TAKE THE ADVICE OF THE L L GOVERNMENT AND RUY NOW IHUL 1 Tf V... TAT 4 41. 1 Many Are Lending Their Lives What Are YOU Lending ? Thousands of our boys aro going down into the trenches today clean faced, determined, splendid young men. M"any are soon to join the army of tho lame, the blind and the dead. You can at least go down in your pockets for them. Think it over be ready on JUNE 28-National War Savings Day There's an army Yes, a dozen armies of stalwart, wind-bronzed young men standing between you and tho grizzly Hun. These young fellows arc giving their ease, their comfort, their friends and homes, their bodies, the hope of life giving for you FOR YOU. You can ut least loan your dollars to them. NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEE 'liiis space contributed for the winning of the War by BIG JO LUMBER CO.. Clayton, N. M. SCHOOL FACILITIES IN UNION COUNTY MONEY TO LOAN OKLAHOMA FARM MORTGAGE CO. MAKES LOANS ON...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 June 1918

oran, iwio., par 1UU ID., seguing.. Egg, gradad No. 1 net. F. THE CLAYTON NEWS NEWS TO DATE IN PARAGRAPHS CAUGHT FROM THE NETWORK OP WIRES ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD. DURING THE PAST WEEK RECORD OF IMPORTANT 1VENTI CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPLE. Western Newspaper Vnlon New Service. ABOUT THE WAR Another "peace offensive" by Ger many and Auttlrla-Hungary apparently U In tbu air. On June 10 four German planea and one captive balloon were brought down by French pursuit machines. Von HIndcnburg is showing a bloody determination to pay General Foch's ghastly pries for the capture of Com plegne. British airmen brought down 336 Germans In less than three weeks, up to June 2, of which 283 were totally destroyed. Gen. Senienoff, leader of the antl-Bulshi-vlk. forces in Siberia, has driven back the Russian troops which had crossed the Onon river, in Transbaik ailia. Torpedoing of the Harpathian brought the German sinking record on the Atlantic coast to fourteen six steamers and eight schooners, with a...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 June 1918

THE CLAYTON ITEW3 M HwMAJhk. ,iaWiHMJi C 4Mfe ItoxMX attMilHÉ 1 - .! Summer Safiigs a Fi SAVE ICE SAVE COAL SAVE MONEY We have on display the wonderful ICE-LESS Refrig erator which will do the same work as the old-style ice refrigerator and not use one particle of Ice :: There are several in use in Clayton and all have given the utmost of satisfaction. By using electric irones, toasters, percolators and other eeonomlcal electrical appliances. :: We have a nice line of these appliances ready for your inspection. We also have a complete line of the famous New Per fection oil stoves and ranges. By buying your needs in the above lines, or anything in the Hardware or Implement line, from our large stock of up-to-date dependable merchandise. By taking your change in War Savings and Thrift Stamp. n is .1 0 L2i R. W. CLAYTON, P. & 0. HEADQUARTERS NEW MEXICO ISAACS COMITY ORGANIZATION URGED AS A DEFENSE COUNCIL MEASURE F ',''. I .. . m . Hit 1 T-1" '.;! i 'f!'it f tí. cltne r rT V- V?- V...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 June 1918

mn. oay ot ouiy, lata. THE CLAYTON NEWS. THE NATION'S WANT COLUMN OH lh ta ta h ri h n h h h ri i ri h h m Registered Men in Defered Classes May Be Inducted into the "Army Behind the Army in Front as Volunteer War Workers .V ita feitatatatatatatatatatatatatatatatatata TO ALL LOCAL HOARDS Gentlemen: Governor Lindsey is in receipt oí tho following telegram which I quote for your information: No. E. 1318. The Military Acro noutics Branch is in need of certain skilled men. Men qualified for special or limited military service only will or limited military service only will be accepted under this call. - Men qualified for general military ser vice aro not desired for this service. Repeated requests havo been re ceived at this office for an oppor tunity for limited service men to en ter the service. These men will bo engaged in spruce production work. If properly presented should appeal strongly to qualified regis trants. The following types of men are desired: Locomotive engineers, Firem...

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

THE CLAYTON NEWS s c ARE UP By Getting Your Farm Loan FROM TUB F. B. COLLINS INVESTMENT CO. U B. KEI8ER, Dlit Hgr. uj Inspector. BEST TERMS BOOM CHARLTOJÍ BUILDING. . M CLAYTON, K. M. TheBuildingSeason Ths Bonding BMtoa U here, but before you build or make that ad dition to ywur Building See Us for the Beet In Lumber and all Build ing Material. Our Stock li Completo. The Big TfO Lumber Co. Clayton Jj J New Mexico lot xm norma ose xouit kstimatb and bavh you moxet. P. 8.1 Have Toa Bought a Liberty BondT TYPEWM nnin n STATIONERY and SUPPLIES okwado Bond, featherweight In neat box with folding flap lid, legal ice. BOO $3.00 Unglaxed Onion Skin, white for eee ond sheets, in neat box with fold fag flap lid, legal sise, BOO $1.60 "XLEAN-WBITB" Ribbons, the beet made for this ellmate, freeh stock, guaranteed. Remington, Royal, Un derwood, L. 0. Smith, In atock, prompt aenrloe on all other makee, aeh 91.00 "XLXAN - WRITE" Carbon paper, thin, lasting, beet on the market, ten eenta a aheet in...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 June 1918

THE 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? ARTFORD nn You can t cover your crops, neither tt 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" A M .ill fii Jl ilj INSURANCE If you cannot prevent hail-storms, you can protectt yoursel...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 22 June 1918

A7 f ( M hv iv ir U. VV rOLVMX ELKVKX HU'WBKB TWENTY BIX Clayton, New Mexico, June 22, 1918 UBscRirno! turn TWO DOLLAH PER TEAR REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE SUED FOR ELECTION BOOZE BILL When is a debt not a debt ? This question has bothered jus tices of the peace, county judges, distrit judges and even supremo court judges for years since the lime that Ramccses issued a royal decree repudiating all debt of the crown and was dethroned because the old Egyptians were such a mercenary lot lhat they could not get along with out their money. It's a troublesome question. Some debts are good debts, some are bad, and some are just sort of indiffer ent ' But when a debt is not a debt is' not a debt is all clear to at least one Clayton man. ' Elmer E. Hamm can answer that question. ' A debt is not a debt when it is owed by the Republican County Central Committee. At least it has not been a debt un til here lately. And to make it a real, honest-to-goodness, upstanding debt, collectable from mem...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 22 June 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS NEWS TO DATE IN PARAGRAPHS CAUGHT FROM THE NETWORK OF WIRE8 ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD. DURING THE PAST WEEK RECORD OF IMPORTANT EVENTS CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPL3. Welern Nnrmier Union Nl-wi Service. ABOUT THE WAR Tho number of jdisoners taken by the Au&tru Hungarians lu thoir new drlvo on the northern Italian front has been increased to 30,000. Several attempts by tho Germans to penetrate the American lines In the Maine sector have been smashed by the American machine gun f'r,!- The prisoners taken by the Italians Monday at one point amounted to 1, 850, which would bring their total and those of the allies well In the neigh borhood of 6.0O0. In their attacks between Zenson and Fossalta, along the plave, the Aus trians have been stopped everywhere, says an official statement isxuod by the Italian war office. Approximately 1,000,000 Austrlans have been hurled against the Italian front. Losses which are described as frightful have been Inflicted upon the Austrlans In th...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 22 June 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS QUA RE UP By Getting Your Farm Loan FROM THE O. COLLINS INVESTMENT CO. I E. REISER, Wet. Mgr. and Iaapector. BEST TERMS ROOM CHARLTON BUIIiDINQ. I- i-t CLAYTON, N. M. TheBuildingSeason The BtVdia Baasoa 1 here, bmt before you build or make that ad Aittoa to yvmr Bnlldlng Bee Ua for the Bat is Lumber and all Build ing Material. Our Stock la Completa, The Big Clayton Cli' O Lumber Co. New Mexico urr vm fig una on your estiiath and save you moxey. F. aVi llave Toa Bought Liberty Bond 7 TYPEWRITER STATIONERY and SUPPLIES Morado Bond, featherweight In naat box with folding flap lid, lagal alia. COO $2.09 Baglased Onion Exln, whit for sec end ahaata, in naat box with fold ing flap lid, lagal ataa, (00 $1.8 "IXEAN-WHITE" Ribbons, the beat mad for thla cllraata, fraah stock, guaranteed. Remington, Royal, Un derwood, it. C. Smith, In atock, prompt s arrice on all other makes, aah 1.00 TCLIAN - WRITE" Carbon paper, thin, laatlng, beat on the market, ten canta a ahaet In email...

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 June 1918

TIIE CLAYTON NEWS. TU7 iilical if tik Ini tio on Provfcje the boys with the things thóy need to make snort work of him. Help the boys get guns, clothes, aircraft, food, muñltlons and the ships to get over wlih. These are the things they need, and they cost money hunks of it Juno 20th National War Gavinfjo Day Make a pledge to buy War Savings Stamps The more quickly our soldiers have all the things they need, the more quickly the ships will be bringing them victoriously back to us. 9 National War Savings Committee This space contributed for the Winning of the War by Í3W1TÍ IV - 11 ItUM II li LA a H H la U t3 X ii mm, w.n.-oi-vii" i. Jil":. :'é ..... Fi 1j G Wii ome Across or eñmser WE MUST back up our military forcea now or suffer much of what Europe has suffered. We don't want the Kaiser and his Potsdam gang over here. The Government needs money to carry on the war. By purchasing War Savings Stamps you are lending, not giving, your money. You are lending your money where it will hit...

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 June 1918

SKIM ' TWO MEWS VOLTJMX EIjKVEW . SI MHElt TWEXTV MX . Clayton, New Mexico, June 22, 1918 SCBSCrtlTTIO RATE! TWO HOLLARS PER YEAR V Aejnnrard SmüIo of the Board of ( onlr UommUiiloners, NflUog as a Hoard o Kqaallsatlos i I and for talon County, rw Mexico, held Jnae Br 1. There beng present the Hon. T. J. Ed monrtBon, Chairman, Jacobo Pacheco, and H. O. Magruder, Members and Juan J. Duran, Clerk. They now proceed to examine the schedules returned tor 1818. It Is now ordered that the Board do now adjourn until nine o'clock, a. m., tomorrow. The Board met at nine o'clock, a. m., pursuant to adjournment of yes terday, there being pesent the same Chairman and other members as ot yesterday. Petlton sinned by Geo. T. Shields. t. al., asking for a road beginning at the Nh corner of Section if, Twp. 20 HH Range 83 E., etc., as fully set out In said petition; It 1 therefore ordered by the Board that M. T. Nix, A. W. Tanner and Jno. V Swoyer. be. and they hereby are appointed as viewers to vie...

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. — 22 June 1918

The VILLAGE CRIER column A Column of OPPORTUNITIES for Every News Reader Rate: One Cent per Word per Issue TYPEWRITER RIBBOfSS-X'Klean-.Wrlte" manufactured for Ihiscll njate. Guaranteed. $1.00 each, for ny machine. News Office. ?OR' SAL E Three show cases, Apply Frulh's Farmacy, Clayton. FAR SALE Three White Holland Turkeys, cheap. P. O. Dox 509. STRAYED OR STOLEN One sorrel horse, G 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. 23450 FOR SALE 320 acres of good fann ing land. Located 4',i miles West of Grenvillc, N. M., price right. Will lal.e Automobile for part payment. J. H. Ruth'dge, Clayton. N. M. 2.125 FOR SALE To thrifty investors War Savings Stamps at any post office in Union County and many of the better stores. Help your govern ment by starting a "thrift card." FURNISHED ROOM 1 esirable fur nihed room with bath for rent. 113 Madison Ave. Phone 145. 2itf JERSEY COWS FOR SALE...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 22 June 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS . A New Health Within Reach of All A new health is within the reach of all thru the new science of Chiropractic. Relief given in aculo and chronic cases. Latest electrical devices in use. Consultaton free and investigation invited. Dr. Morietta Murphy CHIROPRACTOR & OSTEOPATH REXAL DRUG STORE 100 PER CENT EFFI CIENT IN ALL THINGS Simon Herzstein Clothing Company EVERYTHING FOR MENS' AND YOUNG MENS WEAR Now showing a full line of summer garments in late styles and fabrics The Home of HART SCnAFFNER & MARX Clothes Late showing of summer garments in our ladies "Ready-to-Wear." Simon Herzstein Clothing Company 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 fanners are saving money by trading at the "Equity" INVESTIGATE The Farmers' Society of Equity, Ltd, W. L. SWAGERT1E, Manager. S. E. Lane Land Company REAL ESTATE Doing a general land business in the Land ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 22 June 1918

TIIE CLAYTON NEWS. RED CROSS PICNIC AT STÜBBLEF1ELD GROVE Members of imir l iiion County Auxiliaries of the IU'1 Cross, (Srand Mew, Mountain Vi-v, Itryan School and Mose?, aro I'lanning an elaborate celebration of la-Jejicadencc Day at the Stubbleílclcl (inn1, on the Cnr rumpa. This affair is in the nature of a lied Cross picnic and all the proceeds from the sale of refresh ments and so forth, will go to swell the war relief fund of the organiza tion. An excellent program of sports has been arranged and there will be an abundance of ice cream, lemon ade and sandwiches for all who come. This is he only affair of its kind planned for Clayton residents, and for Union County folk south end east and it Í3 expected that the larget gathering the Grove ever witnessed will be there the Fourth of July. The Slubblefield Grove is the scene of the first Fourth of July Celebration in Union County, or pos sible the Great Plains region. In 1861 a party of imigrants on tin old Santa Fe trail discove...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 22 June 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS M SUMMER IS HERE, WINTER IS COMING COAL WJLL BE SCARCE-TAKE THE ADVICE OF THE GOVERNMENT AND BUY NOW liuy Swnslikn Conl It Yon Want the Hesf G.G.G. Let the Depth of ' tiie Dopth f í&sr 1 ÉiiWtórt some Am- in tne uencnes are miaña tneir lives tor you; áre not even asked to risk vbur money -iór iém, put you aró expected to át ÍQiír per cent compound íe Government has ever paid. Pledge yourself to buy War Savings Stamps on or before JUNE 28th National War Savings Day Thé more money you lend the Government the sooner the war will end and the less American blood will be shed. National War Savings Committee His iDace contributed for the Winning of the War by- The CLAYTON, WEWS r ORG- Áf What Is Your Baby Worth to Y.ou? That baby of yours -he's the very center of the world to yon. wTben he laughs you laugh, when ho suffers you aaffer. Ills' furore to you that Is the most Important problem of life. Hie future the condition! underWhlch he Is to lire depend upon the outco...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 22 June 1918

1 i i A üw mico, on ine mm. aay TIIE CLAYTON NEWS. t Keep Faith With Your Boy "Over There" When your boy was so little that all tho world was a foreign country to him, he trusted you to take care of him. You sent that boy to school and to play and on your little errands, and with implicit faith he did yoir bidding. ffow we have sent your boy or your neighbor's boy out into a foreign land, into terrors that we cannot even know and his faith has not faltered. He knows we will do our part, and we know he will do his. 4re we keeping the faith? Are wo scrimping and saving and giving to help our boys do the thing that humanity has asked of them, and to help them come back to us sane and whole ? ATTENTION HOMESTEADERS All legal adrertlüiag la tala per la rea and eorrcctcá ae eerdlaa; o copy. Rea year aetlee af lateados ta make llaal praof. aad If aa error la foaae however slight, aoflfr aa at aaee. NOTICES rOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land ornee at Clayton, Mew Mexico....

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 22 June 1918

21 Presentación Velasquez, DeHav- 73 Bert A. Sypher, Amistad, New. TOE CLAYTON NEWS !.l 11 i-muí 11 n - u r - Snmmer Si? iigs 0 0 SAVE ICE SAVE COAL SAVE MONEY We havo on display the wonderful ICE-LESS Refrig erator which will do the same work as the old-style ice refrigerator and not use one particle of ice :: There are several in use in Clayton and all have given the utmost of satisfaction. By using electric i rones, toasters, percolators and other económico! electrical appliances :: We have a nice line of these appliances ready for your inspection. We also have a complete line of the famous New Per fection oil stoves and ranges. Hy buying your needs in the above lines, or anything in The Hardware or Implement line, from our large stock of up-to-date dependable merchandise. Hy taking your change in War Savings and Thrift Stamps. 0 n i R. W.ISAACS CLAYTON. P. & 0. HEADQUARTERS NEW MEXICO n TTnrr?rT3g.t-?R,y3r:r:S)j-i -riycgíta-.ai. uOTcsan El 0 m HUNDRED HEN REGISTERED FOR U.S....

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