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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 20 July 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS .OTICE OF APPLICATION FOR jrDCMEJiT AGAIST OTtDKIt OP BALE OF. AI) THE SALE OK, THE ' LAMt, HEAL ESTATE AMI PKH SOAL TOOPERTV. IX THE (OlTf.! TV OF IMOX, STATU OF SEW MEXICO, WOS WHICH TAXES j Ant: iEM.UEvr am vmaii),; FOB THE TE A It, 1017. j T. the undersigned treasurer nnd ox-I tfflclo collector of taxes for the County of Union, State of New Mexico, lo iHTCby five notice thiit upon the 15th lav of October, 191 S, I will npply to the District Court within and for said county nnd state, for Judgment against the lnndH. real estate and per gonal property, within Bald county, upon which tuxes ore delinquent nnd unpaid for the year 1917. as shown by a complete list thereof containing the names of the owners of nil property upon which taxes exceeding twenty five dollars have become delinquent, together with a description at the property and the amount of taxes, penalties and costs due, opposite each name nnd description, and giving a separate statement of taxes due upon...

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. — 20 July 1918

0 Simmer Safimgs 0 SAVE ICE I SAVE COAL SAVE MONEY fa Wo havo on display the wonderful ICE-LESS Refrig erator which will do tho samo work a9 tho old-slylo ico refrigerator and not uso ono 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 economical electrical appliances :: Wo have a nice lino of these appliances ready for your inspection. We also have a completo hno of the famous New Per fection oil stoves and ranges. By buying yfcur 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 Stamps. i b a 7 TXT T t 7V 71 I K. VV. 0 CLAYTON. P. & 0. HEADQUARTERS NEW MEXICO 0 i a IMP BBSS? This itrxn of Iwtht tfiti it detiontd ta tai tht unctrlamty out of tirt buymg. Your Experience , T HE talks which preceded this JescriKed many tests by wnicn to aeterm...

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. — 20 July 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS The BULLETIN BOARD A Business Directory A. II. DARDEN ATTORNEY AT LAW J Offlr la Tint Kalloaal Bask nuiiuini. CIjATTON - NEW MEXICO. HILL BROTHERS Coal, Ice and Transfer Company Tcteparaa OS-C ClYTOX. i-l NEW MEXICO. W.M. LESLIE, M.D. PHYSICIA.X AMO SURGEON. Ortr Dean's Bakery. CIIABITON DLDG, PHONH 233 CLAYTON, l-1 NEW MEXICO. Dr. C. E. KELLER DKXTIST. OTCr Drnn'a Dakerjr. Office Phone 101-11 Clarion. COL. E. U. JACOBS AUCTION KEn. Meat Experienced In l'nlosj County. Sntlafncllon Guaranteed. CLAYTON, i-l NEW MEXICO. Dr. J. C KISNER GENERAL PRACTICE. Office Next to Telephone Ex chance In Charlton llnUdin. Clayton, N. M. Also Specialist on Rectum, Ear, Noae. Throat, Stomach, Diseases of Women and Children. Office Hours 10 to 11 a. m , 1 to 3 p. m. Sunday: 8:30 to 11:30 a. m. Jibr hours by appointment. Office Phone 40. Union Title and Loan Co. ABSTRACTS, PLATS, CONVEYANCING, NOTARY. Clayton, :-: -: New Mexico. COL GEO. GOODYEAR COL J. A. SOWERS AllTIONKKHS. Thirty yea...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 27 July 1918

I : ARE YOU KEEPING YOUR PLEDGE WITHUNCLE SAM-HAVE YOU BOUGHT YOUR JULY W. S. S. ? jj v. Ann? CJ J J rOLlTMX ELEVEÜ MMUKB THIRTV-OMJ Clayton, New Mexico, July 27, 1918 CBscRirnox , rath TWO DOLLAR PER YEAIt UNION COUNTY HEADS THE LIST IN WAR SAVING STAMPS ñ AUTO INDUSTRYjrUNION COUNTY PROSPEROUS CONDI! :0N OF OUR COUNTY SHOWN IN AUK ..IOBILE TRADE THE CLAYTON ROTARY CLUB THE BOOSTER CLUB FOR CLAYTON AND UNION COUNTY On .Monday, the Stli day of July, about twenty of Claytons booster. met :n llio rooms of the Council of Defense for ho purpose of getting a bunch together to go to the annual meeting of the Colorado to Gulf Highway Association at Dalliart to boost for Clayton and the , route thru Union Count v. At this simn boosters meeting the fact taht Clayton Had no pitUAMZLD force to boost (he town and county came up for discussion. We have a ggod town one of the very best business towns in the state, but absolutely no organization to keep this fact before the outside world. Oii- of ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 27 July 1918

TOE CLAYTON NEWS Wood Windmill keep your tank fuflof , Í i. . i Ik T-WWI - . IT. .J-s. ikfuflof éf Ml I H2s irater M thfl smallest ooanble cost Farm Ifrftartni It hx proven thla EcIipwMIUs fet Mill pumpin waur today without repair ocsa 33 Yetara of Service m In and Ind oat about the wot vio ful e ' 4)m7.UiU and superior conCiructiona4 the Kclipi v ft. W. Isaacs, Clayton, N.M. 3, 1 ABSTRACTS A SPECIALTY THE CLAYTON ABSTRACT COMPANY INC OBPOB ATED. EL P. HABVY, Manager. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO riiona 223, Wfe Are Not in Business for Our Health. But to Save Your Soles W ar. equipped with the verr beat modern machinery for raw pair work on boo ta and ahoea, and we do auch work while yon wait. In these tlmea of expensive footwear It paya to hare jotu old boots and ahoea repaired, U the repairing la done well jad done In time. Bat If you wear them until they are past redemption It la better to buy a new pair. Try our method of repairing and be convinced of the fact that "repaired in time save...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 27 July 1918

TIIE 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 acute &n chronic cases. Latest electrical devices in use. Consultaton free and investigation x invited. Dr. Morietta Murphy CHIROPRACTOR & OSTEOPATH Simon Herzstein Clothing Company EVERYTHING FCR 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 Latt, showing of summer garments in our ladies "Ready-lo-Wear.' Simon Herzstein Clothing Company Get a Price for your Broom Corn We are yetting the highest market prices for the broom corn and other produce marketed for 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. S. E. Lane Land Company REAL ESTATE Doing a general land business In the Land of Plenty Clayton, New Mexico Save on Your Laun...

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. — 27 July 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS. The VILLAGE CRIER COLUMN" YOU CAN'T LOSE Under our re sulta or your money baok plan it is impossible for you to lose by put ting aft ad in this column. Exchange that which you no longer have use fcr for something you want. A swap juarantecd. Ask the Newsman. FOR SALE Incubators, implements, household furniture and anything salable can be sold with an ad in theee columns. TITEWTUTER IUBROtNS "Klean Write" manufactured for this cli mate. Guaranteed. $1.00 each, for ny machine. News Office. 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." A Column of .OPPORTUNITIES for Every News Reader Rate: One Cent per Word per Issue See L. W. Kingdom, Clayton, N. M, for quick farm loans. EIGHT LOTS TO TRADE In resi dence part o f Clayton. Owner wiU exchange for late modle Ford car. Write L. B. Faus, Clayton, N. M, or call at News office. 26tf Buy Turple top Turnip S...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 27 July 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS SUMMER IS HERE, WINTER IS COMING " m n n COAL WILL BE SCARCETAKE THE ADVICE OF THE ' fl :: GOVERNMENT AND BUY NOW UJ.h3.VUJ. Buy Swastika Coal II You Vnnt the Best ', v I. O. O. F. AND RERECCA PICNIC. Wednesday evening of this week several of Iho Odd Fellows and their families went out to the Adobe, west of town on the Pcrio. The ladies' prepared a lunch and the men furnished the Ico cream. We never enjoyed a moro pleasant half day before. All present left their business and troubles, if they had any, at home and there under the shade of tho large otton wood trees and on the bank of that beau tiful Perico aroya, wo visilled and ate ice cream, cako and fried chick en, to our own satisfaction. There was plenty for all, and every one present wa3 unanimous in. tho opin ion that the ladies' of tho Rebeccas of Clayton are soond to nono in the art of preparing a picnic lunch. Those present were: Mesdamcs: Floyd Akins, Monteith, Hill Byrne, Rumley, Hunter, Hanox, Dodson, Wa...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 27 July 1918

July 13-Aug 10 '18 H."P",'P-' GET lOLI,K(iK THA1MM; AND MILI- TIIE CLAYTON NEWS NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR JCDCMEXT AGA1XST ORDER OF BALR OF, AJSD THE SALES OF, THE LANDS, HEAL ESTATE AND PER SONAL FROFERTY. IX TIIE COUN TY OF IXIOX, STATE OF NEW MEXICO, I FOX WHICH TAXES ARB DELI SO. I' EXT AXD VXPAID, FOR THE YEAR, 1B1T. I. the undersigned treasurer anil ex officlo collector of taxes for the County of Union, State of New Mexico, do hereby give notice that upon the 15th day of October, 1918, I will apply to the District Court within and for aid county and eta to, for judgment against the lands, real estate and per sonal property, within said county, upon which taxes are delinquent and unpaid for the year 1917, as shown by a complete list thereof containing the names of the owners of all property upon which taxes exceeding twenty five dollars have become delinquent, together with a description of the property and the amount of taxes, penalties and coats due, opposite each name and de...

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. — 27 July 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS OOMMISSIOXEHS PROCEEDINGS. (Continued from Pago 2. miles to the NW corner of Section 28, Township 19, N. Range 29, thence east 2 miles to the NE4 corner of Section 25, Township It. N. Range 29, thence north 1 mile to the NW corner of Section 19 Township 19 N., Range SO, thence east 6 miles to the NW corner of Section 24, Township 19, N. Range SO, thence south 1 mile to the NE cor ner of Section 24, Township 19, N. Range 20, thence east 2 miles to the NE corner of Section 2Í Township 19, N., Range 31, thence south 10 miles to the pllce of beginning, ' be and the same hereby is ordered and set o IT as a precinct numbered 41 In an for Un ion County, New Mexico, and It is: Ordered thaat the Judges nd clerks of said precinct be, and they hereby are the following residents of said precinct, to-wlt: Chas. P. Field, Juan N. Mestas, Judges; B. A. Beller, Vi dal Salasax, Clerks. co Principal Meridian, thence south 12 miles to the SW corner of Section 34, Township 14, Range, 8...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 27 July 1918

lilt ANCHES. want ritas n rontrarv to him ruei. 'lis. and shot THE CLAYTON NEWS The BULLETIN BOARD A Business Directory A. II. DARDEN ATTOHNE V AT LAW O file la Flrnt National Baak UnlldloB XATTON l-l MEW MUX ICO. HILL BROTHERS Coal, Ice and Transfer Company Telephone GS-C (AYOV, l-l SEW MEXICO. W.H. LESLIE, M.D. 1'IIYSlCIAN AND SLHGKON. . Over Dean- linker?, ciiAni.To. niuo. pho.vh ssa CLAY'iOA, l-t NEW MliXICO. Dr. C. E. KELLER DEMIST. Over Druii'n IlnLerr. Office I'boue 101-U Clayton. COL E. U. JACOBS AtCTIOEEn. Bleat Experienced la Vnloa County. Satisfaction (.unranteed. CliAY'TOX, l-t NEW MEXICO. Dr. J. C. KISNER (njiERAIi MIACTICE. Office Jfert o Telephone F.i. chance in Charlton Ilullillng-, Clayton, N. M. Also Specialist on Rectum, Ear, Moan, Throat, Stomach, Disensos of Women nnd riilhlren. Office Hours 10 to 11 a. m., 1 to 3 p. in. Kumiay: fc:;iü to ii:iua. m. Jther hours by appointment. Office rl one I'll). Union Title and Loan Co. ABSTRACTS, PLATS, CONVEYANCING, NOTARY. ...

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. — 27 July 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS v "OVER THE TOP" an t iiiuuiaucti. After showing the driver our passes we cot In. Th driver wbi going to the Alter ine' wina nsa mspersea mm Jrt or tne one wnere we naa to re- gas the R. A. M. C got busy with their chemical sprayers, spraying out the dugouts and low parts of the trenches to dissipate any fames of the German gas which may have been lurking In same. Two days after the gas attack I was sent to division headquarters. In an swer to an order requesting that cap tains of units should detail a man whom they thought capable of passing an examination for the divisional in telligence department Before leaving for this assignment I went along ihe front-line trench say-1 port. How the wounded sver survived a ride In that ambulance was Inexplica ble to me. It was worse than riding on gun carriage over a rock road. The driver of the ambulance was a corporal of the R. A. M. C and he had the "wind up," that Is, he had an aversion to being under fire. I was riding on...

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. — 27 July 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS Jtllml who vent lll- miwmmmw MACHINE GUWJÍER, JERYIHG Di FRANCE- ' w or i AR'í'jjícL'Y trwiY CHAPTER XXIII. i Gas Attacks and Spies. j Three days after we had silenced Fritz, the Germans sent over gas. It did not catch us uiinwnres, because the 1 wind had been male to order, that If, ! it was blowing from the German ! trenches toward ours nt the rate of about five miles per hour. Warnings had been passed down the trench to keep n sharp lookout for gas. I We had a new , man nt the periscope, I n this afternoon In question; I was! Kl'tlng, on the fire step, cleaning my rifle, when he called out to me: "There's n sort of greenish, yellow cloud rolling along the ground out In front, it's coming " Hut I waited for no more, crabbing mv bayonet, which was detached from the rifle, I gave the alarm by banging an empty shell case, which was hang ing near the periscope. At the same Instant, ongs started ringing down the trench, the signal for Tommy to don his respirator, or sm...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 3 August 1918

t ( 0. US AY? fu 11 i N MEWS VOIiUMJf ELEVEN NUMBER FIFTY-TWO. Gayton, New Mexico, Aug 3, 1918 SmSCRIFTIOX RATH TWO DOLLARS PER TEAR REPORT OF BOARD OF FINANCE SCHOOLCOMMISSIONERS DISTRICT No. 1, UNION CO., N. M. From the issuance of the last bonds . to July 1st, 1018. RECEIPTS. From salo of bonds $ 37,090.03 Interest from Stale Bank of Commerce 130.83 Interest from First Nat'l. .Dank 178.37 Interest from Union Coun ty Trust Si Savings Asso. . 44.84 Total receipts in building - fund $ 37,450.67 For the information of the tax payers and patrons of the schdols of School District No. 1, the Board of Education desires to submit the following statement of expenditures both of the maintenance of the schools for the year last past and for the expenditures from the build ing fund incident to the erection of the new high school building. The following is a summarized statement of expenditures for the maintenance of schools for the school year beginning July 1st, 1917, and ending July 1st, 19...

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. — 3 August 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS i f I ? Eclipse Wood Windmill keeps your tank full of !T Wter at tft smallest Doaaibie cost. Farm p$nlng ft have proven thia. Eclipse Mills wri mi pumptaj waur today without repair ooMa tetar 30 Voara o Service 'tama In and And out mVxit th. wnnrlerM jp. powartul and aupertor construction of the Eclipaa. R W. Isaacs, Clayton, N.M. limn im 1 1' nmhnli ABSTRACTS A SPECIALTY THE CLAYTON ABSTRACT COMPANY INCOEPOBATED. LL P. HAEVY, Manager. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO Phone 223. Wfe Are Not in Business for Our Health. But to Save Your Soles XV a axe equipped with the very best modern machinery for re pair work on boots and shoes, and wo do such work while yon wait. In those times of expensive footwear It pays to bat your old boots) and shoes repaired, If the repairing is done wall and dono In timo. Bat If you wear them until they are past redemption it Is better to buy a new pair. Try our method of repairing and be convinced of the fact that "repaired in time saves the cost of a...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 3 August 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS. Ai A New Health Within Reach of All A new health is within the reach of all thru the new science of v Chiropractic. Relief given in acute and chronic cases. Laiest electrical devices in use. Consultaton free and investigation invited. ( , Dr. Morietta Murphy CHIROPRACTOR & OSTEOPATH Simon Herzstein Clothing Company EVERYTHING FCH MENy AND YOUNG MENS' WEAR Now showing a full lino of summer garments in late styles and fabrics The Home of HART SCHAFFNER & MARX Clothes Lato thowing of summer garments in our ladies "Ready-lo-Wear." Simon Herzstein Clothing Company FURNITURE Get a Price for your Broom Corn We are yetting the highest market prices for the broom corn and other produce marketed for members of this society. Many farmers are saving money by trading at the "Equity" INVESTIGATE The Farmers' Society oí Equity, Ltd, V. L. SWAGERTIB, Manager. S. E. Lane Land Company REAL ESTATE Doing a general' land business in the Land of Plenty Clayton, New Mexico Save o...

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. — 3 August 1918

él-"- :.P útil- " TOE CLAYTON NEWS. The VILLAGE CRM COLUMN A Column of OPPORTUNITIES for Every News Reader Rate: One Cent per Word per Issue YOU CANT LOSE Under our re sulta or your money back plan It is Impossible for you to lose by put ting an ad in this column. Exchange that which you no longer have upo fcr for something you want. A swap guaranteed. Ask the Newsman. FOR SALE Incubators, Implements, household furniture and anything salable can be sold with an ad in theso columns. jnTEWlBTEn RIBBONS "Klean .Write" manufactured for this cli mate. Guaranteed. $1.00 each, for fiy machine. News Office. FOR SALE To thrifty investors War Savings Stamps at any post office in Union County and many of the better stores. Ilelp your govern ment by starting a "thrift card." See L. W. Kingdom, Clayton, N. M, for quick farm loans. HELP WIN THE WAR Huy a l'ig. 53 head for sale. CauV of snip, total loss of crops by hail. Jesse Crosby, 31-32 Patterson, X. M. TAKEN L I June 5, one gray marc about 12...

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. — 3 August 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS Twine Twine Your Crop Is now assured. It is only a few vks Hill jour binder will be running. You will need twine.. Fortify yourself against a possible shortage and hlnh Prices . He have on hand a small amount oí cooú Binding Twine which we will sell for " 23ets, per pound while tho stock last. Our next shipment may cost us more than we are now selling it for. j FARMERS' SOCIETY OF EQUITY. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO CLAYTON IIERO ' DOWNS HUN MACHINES. Word has been received here thai Clayton Chambers, formerly of Col umbus, Ohio, but later a resident of Clayton and vicinity, has won honor acros9 the sea and has in all probability made the supreme sac rifice for his country. Mr. Chambers came to Union County three, years ago and with his brother, Paul Chambers, who is now in. the Aviation Division of the Army in France, took up a claim near Thomas. In the summer of 1917 he volun teered for service, going to San An tonio, Texas; to enlist in the Avia tion Corps. In en unusual...

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. — 3 August 1918

TTITj CLAYTON NEWS NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of .he Interior, U. 8. Land Ofrica at Clayton, New Mexico. June 7, 1918. Nolle la hereby Riven that Alton Frit, of Valley, New Mexico, who, on December 4, 1913 and December 14, 1916, made homestead entries, Serial No' a. 0164 and 021375, for KK4 and SW4, Becllon 12, Township II N., Hango S3 K . N. M. P. Meridian, has (lied notice of intention to make Three Year 1'roof, to establish claim to the land above de scribed, before iteglater and Receiver, U, B. I-and Office at Clayton, New Mexl .co. on the 8th day of August. 1918. Claimant names as witnesses: Morte Giles, True Benton, Lute .vllen, and Howard Hutler all of Valley, N. M. PAZ VAI-VERDE July (-Auk. 3 'IS. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office at Clayton, New Mexico. June 7, 1918 Notice Is hereby given that Nancy M. Potter, of Kenton, Okla., who, on July 11, 1911, and November 4, ISIS, made homentead entries, Serial No's. 013504 and 0...

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. — 3 August 1918

v. TIIE CLAYTON NEW3 IXIIl.VCTS FROM 8LCRLTART HOUSTON'S ADDRESS BEFORE IOWA BANKERS' ASSOCIATION. "There must bo another Fourth oí ifay for all the world, and wo are now in Iho midst of making it good. But I verily bolievc that when we this tiroo set tho world freo from Germany its independence will not ilgain bo seriously menaced; for Germany i its last great foe." "But farm.rs arc not spectacular performers they never are. They do not furnish sensations and headlines. They have no fixed labor day. They work in season and out of season from early morning till dusk but they do not work in tho limelight. They are not in tho view of people living in cities, the centers of intenso publicity." "When wo entered the great war, Iho Nation had a high state of pre paredness in its agricultural organi zation, whoso foundations wcro laid in another great crisis, resting on two laws signed by Abraham Lin coln, tho one creating tho Depart ment of Agriculture, the other tho land-grant colleges. ...

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