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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 3 August 1918

THE CLAYTOIÍ IJrC73 I Q B SQ IT SI GU (C 2 2s0(2ó l I CLOSING OUT OF $10,000 WORTH OF SHOE! Peters, Dittmann's, Elliot, Kendall, and McEhvain brands Also Summer Wearing Apparel, consisting of Ladie's and Gents' Underwear, and Shirts TO BE SOLD AT LESS THAN PRESENT COST To make room for our Fall and Winter Lines. Merchandise is scarce and difficult to obtain. Better lay in your next summer's supply at these Low Sale Prices. NOW IS THE TIME. NO GOODS SOLD TO DEALERS AT THIS SALE Sale Begins Saturday, August 3, and Closes Saturday, August 31 W. C. BARNHA RT, Main Street, CLAYTON, New Mexico TheBULLETIN BOARD A Business Directory A. H. DARDEN ATTORNEY AT LAW Office la Flret National Bask Batldln-. CLAYTON I-1 NEW MEXICO, HILL BROTHERS Coal, Ice and Transfer Company Telephone 68-C CLAYTON, l-l NEW MEXICO. W.M. LESLIE, M.D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Over Dean's Bakery. CHARLTON BLDO. PHONB 233 CLAYTON, l-l NEW MEXICO. Dr. C. E. KELLER DENTIST. Over Dean's Bakery. Office rhone 10I-B Clayton. ...

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. — 10 August 1918

i 1 1 Mm. i. w di o n o ü j l AVI Ul VOLtMX KLEVEJC 1SI MDER THIRTY-THREE. Clayton, New Mexico, Aug. 10, 1918 SCBSCRIFTIOX RATB TWO HOLLARS PER YEAR BEAN GROWING IN THIS SECTION IS A PROFITABLE INDUSTRY ' Within the last three or four years,' especially since the world war creat ed an excellent market, the bean growing industry in Union County lias become one of the most impor tant and profitable lines of agricul tural endeavor. During the past two years farmers in this section of the -state have made largo sums of mon ey in bean crops, and indications arc that the crop this year will bo moro profitable than ever before. Most of the beans grown here are the Pinto variety. Conservative estimates are to the effect that more than eighty thous and acres of Union County will be planted to Pinto beans this season. The average, production per acre is right around four hundred pounds, UNION COUNTY BEAN , GROWERS ORGANIZE FAIR GROUND PUR CHASE ONLY A ) DREAM On July 23rd a largo crowd of bea...

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. — 10 August 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS ""- iiii .i mi intrnirn iiutuíitu I f" "" s- ill x . . . j t i i jit . ill i r-T t-h r, ? , a.-... ... ".. i i uiv my mar) i - m a i - bP" m Ld n r i a 141 --fe mi ? 'ft íTLS Eclipsa Wood Windmill keeps your tank full f, uittnft It have proven this. Eclipse Mills r UU pumping- water today without repair com fiar 30 Years of Service tn. tn and find mit about th wonderful errlce I powerful and auperKir coastructioii of the Eclipae. R. W. Isaacs, Clayton, N.M. iuuaaMMauMujH ABSTRACTS A SPECIALTY THE CLAYTON ABSTRACT COMPANY INCORPORATED. 21 P. HARVY, Manager. Elione 223. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO We Are Not in Business for Our Health. But to Save Your Soles Ve are equipped with tho very best modern machinery for re pair work on boots and shoes, and ire do such work while you wait. In these times of expensive footwear It pays to hare your old boot and shoes repaired, if the repairing is dose well and dono in time. Cat If you wear them until they are prist redemption it is bet...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 10 August 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 1 Chiropractic. Relief given in acute and chronic cases. Latest electrical devices in use. Consullaton free and investigation invited. Dr. Morietta Murphy CHIROPRACTOR & OSTEOPATH 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 SCHAFFNER & .MARX Clothes Late 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 Claytor, New Mexico CLAYTON No Home is Complete Without Music Full line of the famous Edison Diamond Disc machines and Col umbia musical instruments. Late recards for both machines All kinnds nf musical instruments FISHER-DAVIS MUSIC CO. Clayton HAMMOND BUILDING New Mexico MORALES .BAKERY CLAYTON FOUR STATES SEED . COMPA...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 10 August 1918

TIEB CLAYTON NEWS. The VILLAGE CRIER COLUMN A Column of OPPORTUNITIES for Every News Reader Rate: One Cent per Word per Issue 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." See L. W. Kingdom, Clayton, N. M, for quick farm loans. HONOR TIIE DEAD Mark their last resting place with a Tomb stone. See or write W, C. Aytcs, Clayton, N. M. 32-35 WANTED A girl to do housework. Must know how to cook. Good wages. Mrs. Tom Owen, 33. Clayton, N. M. FOR RENT Four room house with bathroom. Inquire at No. 310 Pine St, 33. FOR SALE llolstein cows and heif ers. If interested write E. E. Lane, Ilagcrman, N. M. 33-34 Miss Lydia Weng, of Pasan.onte, spent a few days in Clayton this week. Mrs. A. A. Johnson and Miss Ag nes Schwestka returned the last of the week from Trinidad, where Mrs. Johnson underwent an opera tion for appendicitis. Not all Americans ran win a niche in the Hall of...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 10 August 1918

TIIE CLAYTON NEWS Binding; -Twine wine' Your Crop is now assured. It Is only a few weeks 'till your binder will be running. You will nerd twine.. Fortify yourself against a possible shortage ami high Prices . We have on hand a small amount of good Binding Twine which we will sell for 2icts, per pound while the stock lasts. Our next shipment may cost us more than we are now selling it for. FARMERS' SOCIETY OF EQUITY. - CLAYTON new MFXirn I , -7 i Dewey Butler who was ill for several weeks in Clayton ami left here on a stretcher July 2Gth for Fort Smith, Ark., reached his destination safely and was taken at once to a local hospital but died two days after his arrival there. lie was twenty years old and was a nephew of Mr. Ed. Butler who owns a ranch near Clayton. George Eads who lives on the Charlie Sanford ranch met with an accident while oyer on the Palmer ranch one day last week. Ho was thrown from a four-year-old bronco and had several ribs fractured. Word was received from Lorian...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 10 August 1918

tiene sainner , t. 1. TIIE CLAYTON NEWS NOTICE FOIX 1'CBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Vi 8. Land Office It Clayton, N. M. ' July , 1918. Notice is hereby given that Ottls M. Kennann, oí Clayton, N. M., who on June t. 1914, made Homestead Entry, Serial No. 017957, for Lote 1, 2. 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, in Section 12 and Lot 1 In Section IS, Township 26 N., Range 36, K., N. M. F. Meridian, haa Died notice of Inten tion to make Three Year I'roof, to es tablish claim to the land above describ ed, before Register and Kecelver, U, 8. Land Office, at Clayton, N. M.. on the 11th day of September 191S. Claimant names as witnesses: Broder A. Aemussen, Lee West, James JL Hare and William Walters, all of Clayton, N. M. PAZ VALVERDE, Aug. 10-Scp. 7. Register. NOTICE FOIt PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Clayton, N. M. July 23, 1918. Notice is hereby given that Agnes M. Troesch heir for the heirs of Mary E. Miller, deceased, of Clayton, N. M., who, on December 1, 1914,...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 10 August 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS DAItKY FATIIEIt CONTRIMJTES THIRTEEN TO THE ARMY. Raleigh, N. C, July 29. John Ward, a negro of Goldsboro, lias 13 of his 18 sons in the Ninth niul Tenth United Slates Cavalry, while, his 17 daughters aro busy with war work. The facts aro vouched for by Sher iff n. H. Edwards of Wayno county, of which Goldsboro is tho county .eat. '"Ward also probably holds the record for quadruplets," fays Sher iff Edwards, who gives the record thus: "Ward was born April 21, 18Ó0, at Goldsboro. IIo was married threo times, and his last wife is now liv ing. His first wifo bore him 15 chil dren, four at one time twice, three at one time once, one at ono time once. His seond wifo bore him two at ono time onco and flvo ono at a limo. His present wifo has borno him eight, one at a time. His first wife lived six years and three weeks after marriage, bis second wife eight years and six months. Union Range. NOTICE. . S To Postmasters and War Savings Stamps Agents: You will receive a bunch ...

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

THE CLAYTON NET73 U (B S) (Ta OH C (B Si 9 v O CLOSING OUT OF $10,000 WORTH OF SHOES Peters, Dittmann's, Elliot, Kendall, and McElwain brands Also Summer Wearing Apparel, consisting of Ladie's and Gents' Underwear, and Shirts TO BE SOLD AT LESS THAN PRESENT COST To make room for our Fall and Winter Lines. Merchandise is scarce and difficult to obtain. Better lay in your next summer's supply at these Low Sale Prices. NOW IS THE TIME. NO GOODS SOLD TO DEALERS AT THIS SALE Salo Begins Saturday, August 3, and Closes Saturday, August 31 W. C. BARNHART, Main Street, CLAYTON, New Mexico The BULLETIN BOARD A Business Directory A. II. ATTOHM EY AT LAW Office In First National Bank Bolldlar. CLATTOJi l-t NEW MEXICO. HILL BROTHERS Coal, Ice and Transfer Company TeYephone SS-C CLAYTON, l-i SEW MEXICO. Dr. C. E. KELLER DEMIST. Over Dean'a Bakery. Office rhone JOI-B Clayton. COL. E. U. JACOBS AUCTIONEER. Mt Experienced la Unlea County. Satisfaction Guaranteed. CLAYTON, l-t NEW MEXICO. Dr. J. C. K...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 10 August 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS "OVER THE TOP" (Continued from I'ago Two. ui iinpe. xouii De pardoned before morning. I know the wo tbev mn im-ne nuiles, lneyre oniy trying to score you, thnt's nil. Come now, that's a good lnd, ent something. It'll make the world look different to you." The Kood-henrted sentry knew he wns lying about the pnrdon. lie knew nothing short of a miracle could save the poor Ind. Lloyd listened engerly to his sentry's words, nnd believed them. A look of hope enme Into his eyes, nnd he raven ously ate the nienl beside him. In abouh on hour's time, the chnp Iniu came fy see him, but Lloyd would have none of him. He wanted no per son ; he wns to be pnrdoned. The artillery behind the lines sud denly opened up, with everything they hnd. An Intense bombardment of the enemy's lines hnd commenced. The ronr of the guns wns deafening. Lloyd's fears came bnck with a rr.f.h, and he cowered on theearthen fluor with his hands over his face. ' The sentry, seeing his position, came In an...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 10 August 1918

OF SOCORRO, N. M. AaARSsríssa cfLostj Pztriotlo UaQaso177G to ÍOÍO ar grandfather, thanked by Coa- í .4 ,'... A-.V::- Vi the Deelaratloa of lndetendeeo. Dm for "brilliant imW la I i Vi grent-great-graiidínUiec otCL, revolution. Ho unid In Cnn I . . . . ' I XkUinadifC. o XW '. nm- -';-' i " Tal. I .... 7- S1L1 imsiíDlcBjcB For Fifteen Years, Mr. Tallmadge has given his every effort to the internal" develop ment of New Mexico. We believe he can best continue this great work in the Senate of the United States. And we believe that President Wilson and the Nation need now the active aid of such men as C L. Tallmadge. " THE DEMOCRATS OF SOCORRO COUNTY. Endorsed In Mass Meeting and By Committee f "Resolved, by the Democratic Central Committee of the County of Socorro that the Democrats, of this County and State generally, request of Hon. C l! Tallmadge that he become a candidate for the nomination and subsequent elec tion as United States Senator for the State of New Mexico, at the coming ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 17 August 1918

FOR THE INFORMA ill t 0 II III WO) VOLUME EIJBVEH NUMBER TIIIRTY-FOl'H. Clayton, New Mexico, Aug. 17, 1918 iUBICHIPTIO.X KATB TWO DOLLARS PER TSAB V SOME TRADING POINTS IN UNION .COUNTY TION OFTHEPÜBLIC In chronicling the industrial and commercial resources of Union County it is essential that the var ious trading points in the county be given some mention. This section of New Mexico has experienced a re markable development within recent years, and much of the credit for this development is due to those pioneers in the commcrial world who settled in various parts of the county and established trading points for the early settler. Clayton, as the most important city in Union County and the fast st growing city in the stale, has al ready been given mention in this series of articles. Clayton is un questionably the metropolis of Un ion County and bids fair to become the most important commercial cen ter in the state. The location of the city is ideal, and her business men and citizens...

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. — 17 August 1918

THE CLAYTCN NEWS f pIIB Eclipsa Wood Windmill keeps your tank full of watef At th6 smallest possible cost Farm- r- - . . " . T ' . . JUL. T8 lining it havs proven this, tenpse muís i IPTSrSri W k -Í tUll pumnlni wtr today without repair cert íAJM lili 21 VHJ " k u n v a v k. -i -t 30 Vears of Servlca tlislSflL EitJ Vma In nd find Ant about the wonderful ftervta poweiíul fcud superior construction oí the EclipM. 5 R. W. Isaacs, Clayton, N.M. ABSTRACTS A SPECIALTY THE CLAYTON ABSTRACT COMPANY INCORPORATED. LL P. HARVY, Manager. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO Phone 223. We Are Not in Business for Our Health, But to Save Your Soles We Rro equipped with tho very best modern machinery for re pair work on hoots nnd shoes, nnd we do such work whilo you wait. In th eso times of expensive footwenr It pnys to bare your old boots and shoes repaired, If Uie-ccpnlrlng Is done well nd dono In time. But if you wear them until they aro past redemption It Is better to buy a new pair. Try our method jt repatrie)...

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. — 17 August 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 acute and chronic cases. Latest electrical devices in uso. Consviltaton free and investigation invited. Dr. Morietta Murphy CHIROPRACTOR & OSTEOPATH SIMON HERZSTEIN FOR CLOTHING an DRUG STORE 77i We Are in Business FOR YOUR HEALTH Get a Price for your Broom Corn We are yetting the highest market priors 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 Claytor, New. Mexico Save on Your Laundry Work Careful attention oh en to all classes of laundry work. Every article is handled under the personal supervision of the manager. Special care is given delicate fabrics. 'Phone and the laundry wagon wi...

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. — 17 August 1918

Oficial Pare at Caaatr ( Haloa TUS cultton'hews. The VILLAGE CRe COLlllf A Column of' OPPORTUNITIES for Every News Reader Rate: One Cent per Word per Issue 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." See L. W. Kingdom, Clayton, N. M. for quick farm loans. ' HOXOn HIE DEAD Mark their laet resting place with a Tomb stone. See or write V. C. Ayles, Clayton, N. M. 32-35 STRAYED One brown horse, 4-years-old, branded Wineglass on left flhigh. One blue horse about 6-ycars-old, no brand, wire cut scar ÍÜ front leg. $5.00 Reward for re covery. J. E. Cooper, 31-36 Miera, N. M. LOST Thrift Stamps issued by Dallam Counts Bank. Finder please return to John Haun, Bcr trand, Okla. FOn SALE OR TRADE One 2020 American 5 horse power gas or coal oil Bean Thresher. J. II. CLARK. 6Ví niilos southwest of Mt. Dora, 34-35 New Mexico. Plain and fancy sewing well and quickly done. Mrs. Sa...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 17 August 1918

V THE CLAYTON NEWS !i POTATOES COMING- POTATOES ! lAatcH for Our. Special Prlco on Potatoes. Ao Have a Car Load In Transit GROCERIES, SHOES AND DRY GOODS CALL AND SEE IS BEFORE YOU BUY. WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON ANY ARTICLE IN OUR STORE. - AzsitT9 : NEW MEXICO CLAYTON On August 8th a third son arrived at the homo of William H. Forbe of the Clayton Garage. For Sale.' One new 33 tooth, self dump, Alfalfa and Bean Rake. Made by the Thomas Manufacturing Com pany. Closing out Sale. H. HERZSTEIN SEED CO. Mr. and Mrs. Livingston Taylor motored to Raton and return the first of the week. " No charge for examination of that 6ick watch at Holdsworth's Jewelry Mrs. J. F. Barnhart has returned from a business trip to Chicago. Judging from the number of boys that have arrived in the Clayton district during the war, we would say that Union County is fast forg ing to the front ranks in providing a future army for Uncle Sam. For Sale. One Walter A. Wood, 0 foot Mower one of the best be cause' of qual...

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. — 17 August 1918

TTIE CLAYTON NEWS XOTICE FOIl PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. H. Land Office at Clayton, N. M. July . 101 Notice la hereby given that Ottla JL Kennann, of Clayton, N. M., who on June 2, 1014, made Homestead Entry-, Serial No. 017957, for Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, E, 6, 7, In Section 12 and Lot 1 In Section 13, Township 26 N., Range 36, E., N. M. r. Meridian, lias (Ilea notice of Inten tion to make Threo Year Proof, to es tablish claim to the land above describ ed, before P.eglster and Hecclver, U. 8. Land Office, at Clayton, N. M., on the 11th day of September 1918. Claimant names as witnesses: Broder A. Asmussen, Lee West, James M. liare and William Walters, 11 of Clayton, N. M. TAZ VALVERDE, Auk. 10-Sep. 7. Register. NOTICE KOI'. PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Clayton, N. M. July 23, 1918. Notice Is hereby given that Aunes M. Troesch heir for the heirs of Mary E. Miller, deceased, of Clayton, N. M., who, on December 1, 1914, made Home stead Entry,...

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. — 17 August 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS NOTICE FOR ITPLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office, Tucumcail, New. Mexico. July 31, 191. Notice ls hereby given that the rUate of Now Mexico by vlrture of Acta of Congress approved June 21, 1898, and June 20, 1910, and nets supplemen tary and amendatory thereto, has filed In this OfTIco Selection List for the following- described land: List No. 8323. Serial No. 022202. W4 NEV4,SKVi NI3Í4, Section 31, Township 15, N., Range 33 B., N. M. I. M., 120 acres. Protests or contests against said se lection, or any legal subdivision there of, may be filed In this office during the period of publication hereof, or any time thereafter, and before final ap pioval and certificate. R. 1. DONOHOO, Aug. 17- Sep. 14. Register. Workmen arc excavating for the basement of the new St. Joseph's Hospital which will be erected at once upon a large plot of ground about four blocks southeast of the present location. '- We have on hand two cars of rough lumber and shingles....

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 17 August 1918

IKS CLAYTON NEYT3 1 (CLOSING irriP (Ha Ma wm UI1 VWilUllil M mm úWííú AND ALL SUMMER WEARING APPAREL, CONSISTING OF LADIE'S AND GENTS' UNDERWEAR AND SHIRTS SALE NOW GOING ON. These Goods are being SOLD FOR LESS THAN PRESENT COST Get your Winter Shoes and next Summer's supply of Underwear at these Low Prices. Come EarlyTomorrow - MAY BE TOO LATE SALE CLOSES SATURDAY, AUGUST 31 W. C. BARNHARL Main Street, CLAYTON, New Mexico The BULLETIN BOARD A Business Directory A. II. DARDEN ATTORNEY AT LAW 2 Offlea la First National Baak CLAYTON i-1 NEW MEXICO. ' HILL BROTHERS Coal, Ice and Transfer Company Teleaavae SS-C CLAYTON. I-1 NEW MEXICO. Dr. C. E. KELLER DENTIST. Orar Dcaa'a Dakar?. Offlea Paaaa 101-B Claytaa. COL E. U. JACOBS AUCTIONEER. Mat ExaarUneed la Ualaa Conatr. atlafaetloa Gaaraataad. CLAYTON, t-l NEW MEXICO. Dr. J. C KISNER GENERAL PRACTICE. Offlea Nest to Telepaaaa Ei chaasa la Caarltaa Batidla. Clajtaa. N. M. Alao Bpaolallat on Rectum, Ear, Noae. Throat, Stomach. Dlaaaaea of W...

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. — 24 August 1918

"i X IB TON NEW rOLtTMJI EliEVEX 1MMI1KII TIIIRTV-FIVK. Clayton, New Mexico, Aug. 24, 1918 VBSCRIFTIOlf RATS TWO DOLLARS PER TEAR V UNION COUNTY LANDS ARE . BECOMING . MORE VALUABLE There is probably not a section of New Mexico that has made more pro gress and growth in recent years than Union County. Especially is this, true in the dry farming sections, where the raising of beans, corn, broomcorn and seed crops has ex-, perienced a remarkable development. There are 184,508 acres of dry fanri land in Union County valued at from $.1.50 to $00.00 per acre, or a total of $3,537,910. To the average reader this is not very significant until it is stated that up until a few years ago this land was considered practically worthless except as graz ing land and then was not considered as of any great value. The influx of immigration that started to this state several years ago is responsi ble for the increase in vab,ie of these lands. With the coming of the im migrant development naturally .r...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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