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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 28 September 1918

TUS CLAYTON NEW3 FURNISHING BOOKS TO SOLDIERS wtr9m- y&'&wvM.wm'mi it lie kw d 'y(vrf 1- T ' ' j v , h .i jiif.y;,. L. v Tii m hh ill A-i ,iJ ' ?" it4s - hi -t iM M. C A. co-operate This is a corner of a library for The American Library Association nnd the Army Y. in their plan to encourage good rending amone soldiers. a T. M. O. A. Lulldlng In the Southern Department utilized as the soldiers. "Foxy Grandpa" behind the Counter is popular with the, men, and each of the five hundred books In the little library are passed out on an average of twice each month. "Foxy Grandpa" has another responsibility. He presents a new kbaltl-covered new Testament to every soldier who asks for it, and a surprisingly large number of the men request the little book. In fact, most of the soldiers have made It a pnrt of their equipment They are furnished free by the Army T. M.CJL ON THE IIUFJ'S TAIL. : f ' X T iét'M ' ? í 'y J ; II- ' i t I " i III I I f- A'xX k VV VJl lia i-uaed br na Censor. Cop...

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. — 28 September 1918

Yo::r S: THE CLAYTON NEWS, "ik-l-g.? i. IljVu.viA .''li-'rVAV - ,1'ififJ fc.ina.ri nu,ymi.--aXluMui k rtmutmur jii.i.ik MWHIT 1.11.1.1.1. iiiiiim ' - I ' r- ' 4 j. Certain-tced renders a war service. Certain-teed saves war supplies, because it is made of materials which have no use in war pro ducts. It serves war seeds because it provides our armies, and peoples everywhere, with efficient, economical roofing. Certain-teed saves toar transportation, became h is so compact that it takes minimum car space, and so easy to handle that it requires the minimum time to load and unload. Certain-teed saves toar labor. It can be laid in less timé than any other type of roof) and no skill is requited anyone drho will follow the simple directions that como packed in the center of roll cah lay it correctly. The durability and economy of Certain-tee J art recognized the world ra M proved by its enormous tale. It k now the tuadard roof for factories, of fice buüdinffs, hotels, stores, warehouses, g...

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. — 28 September 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS bi ItsaBenéficialSign for those who want th beat Lumber to take the bint from , our "shingle." You can say a lot of money by buying here and still be sure of the best qualities In hard and soft woods fully seasoned and free from knots, warnings and all Imperfections. Whether ( you want It for indoor or out door work you will get su perior Lumber from us. See Our Block of Screen Doors. STAR LUMBER COMPANY A. E. MONTEITH, Manager. luí' -sví' CLAYTOX. NEW MEXICO. The Building Season The Building Season Is here, but before you build or make that ad dition to your Building See Us for the Best In Lumber and all Build ing Material. Our Stock Is Complete. The Big Tif Lumber Co. Clayton qJí J) New Mexico LET US FIGURE! ON YOUR ESTIMATE AND SAVE YOU MONEY. P. 8.1 nave You Bought Liberty Bond? On New Mexico Farms and Haucln's. Ni Cash Commissions u:- I Inspection Foe Charcot!. No ':ii;ii'fr on Inspector to como from other Territory. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the In...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 28 September 1918

ntfc4atiifSy, .imtlMrtakjr r work nndsr ttus shsdsw of tT: t TTnrfn moté, viril rlirT TirE CLAYTON NEWS. . . . . . ... DO IT THE FIRST DAY . By WILBUR D. NESBIT Yon know you aro going to buy L'hcrty HomR - '. Tv"?? ' Yon wouldn't be square with your "if you didn't. You couldn't take off your hat to llu Hag with half the' sense of owners li i p if you didn't. You couldn't cheer the marching line of troops with half tho thrill if you didn't. You couldn't watch tho Jackies go by with half the pride if you didn't. You couldn't glimpse a battleship off the coast with half the joy if you didn't. You couldn't read the War news with balf tho eager faith if you didnl. You couldn't be 100 per cent AMERICAN ii you didn't. You know the Fourth Liberty Loan starts 'September 28th. You know that buying a Liberty Bond isn't making a gift. You know you are simply lending your money to your Government to the best friend you and your mother and wife and sister and daughter have ' You know what securit...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 28 September 1918

T1IJÜ CLAYTON NEWS. The VILLAGt CRIER coluh A Column of 'OPPORTUNITIES for Every News Reader i Rate: One Cent per Word per Issue Ton SALE One Avery tractor, 12-23 li.l, on easy terms. Good as new Sec or write- Florencio Gonzales, Claphain, X. M. 37-40 LOST At Amistad or Sedan, Au gust 23, lady's gold watch, Boss case, Elgin works. Insido cover is engraved May Aldridge, W. C. II. S. Class '10. Liberal reward if returned to Clayton News or owner, May Aldridge, Sedan, N.' M. , 38-41. Official Taper of V. S. Land Office THR CLAYTON NEWS Oiflclnl Count Paprr of of Union G. C. Smith, OWXEH and EDITOrt Entered la the Post Office at Clnrton, New Mexico, Second Clncs mall mnv trr, October 20, 100, under the aet of liaren S, 1879. 2.00 per year. ' $1.00 for Six Months. FOK KENT Ono room with board. Mrs. W. L. Franklin, No. 8 Cedar Street. , If, STRAYED Ono light brown 2 year old filly, no brands, dark stripe down her back, black mano and tail. Last seen 5 miles south of about July 20. Liberal...

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. — 28 September 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS . 'V rwii . - - ' x Ihis beal Is Uur Word of Honor . With This Honor Seal Your Protection See That. It Is On Every That You Use u u n hi Botth We Give Our Money Guarantee Do Not Let Imitators Deceive You Get the Original nil LLñ Fir L i lio IE AW M VAOM jut a rip py ; BR. 0. M. FRANKLIN -- THE ORIGINATOR - . - V - 1 . ... HOLDS THE RECORD OF IMMUNIZING OVER HALF MILLION CALVES AGAINST BLACKLEG 'i .'.''' I, m Not Only Our Reputation, But Our Money Your Guaranty for any Calf that we fail to Immunize with One v Vaccination with Dr. 0. M. Franklin's Personally Produced Vaccine We 1 Pay . you Cash Seventy-five per cent, of its Value -THIS INSURES YOU THE KANSAS BLACKLEG SERUM 0 Amarillo, Texas Denver, Colo., Wichita, Kansas, Ft. Worth Texas, Oklahoma City, Okla., Kansas City, Mo. HALL MEDFORD, Local Agent, it Clayton, New Mexico i j MONEY TO LOAN OKLAHOMA FARM MORTGAGE CO. . MAKES LOANS ON NEW MEXICO IMPROVED PROPERTY; ÉAS - - TERMS; QUICK SERVICE; NO, DELAY. Tho Inspect...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 28 September 1918

TOE CLAYTON NEWS If - f r ' m "THE YANKS ARE COMING!" 1 ' - " t ' . ' s - f" ( - - .:v . t J " ; . j " -i h I :j f . . . - jv f I : f; I 111 r. x '' ' l -" w l: I ';! - . :.. ' ' :;-: : í -ii Í: .,... V ,. . ' V X Í. imam "l-r.. Í I Í j 1 ll 1' Puied by the Cenior. Copyright 1918. Man' Component Parts. Mini I the most complex mnchlnlsra In tliff rosinoa. There enter Into his eonstllullon elKhteen or more slmplo lifwllrs. nnmely iyl'open. oxygen, nitro C'Mi. rnrlinn, Biiljiliur, fltmrln, ehlorln, lii'oinlne. Iodine, phosplionm, nrsenle, MMenn. ooilliiin, ciilcliim. liinRiiesliim., Iron ami lii!in::nnese, tihinilnutn rn'l hni on muí vii itniliuin. Hera lathe long, lean, lanky Yank, the most typical picture yet published ef one of the American fighting men In action. Each Yank, delivered F. O. B. France, costs the proceed of forty-one $50 Liberty Bonds; "It's against all precedent. It's sim ply not done, you know." An American and an Allied officer crouched behind a precarious shelter ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 28 September 1918

THE CLAYTOIf NEWS THE CLAYTON AGENCY BONDED TITLES, ABSTRACTS, LOANS , INSURANCE UNCLE SAM Is asking us to conservo to help win tho War. Wo all want to help tho boys "Over Thcro" give Kaiser Bill . Well you know what and mako this old world a safo place for ourselves and our pos terity. In order to do. this we are asked to savo FOOD, MONEY AND TIME . YOU CAN SAVE MONEY And limo if you will have us do your Abstracting, becauso a Surety bond stands back of our Ab stracts thus protecting you from any loss thru error on our part. Wc can save you lime and worry be cause wo are prepared to Bond your Titlo and thus savo you the delays you are now experiencing in getting defects in your Title cured. For the small sum of $2.50 on each $1,000.00 borrowed we will guarantee your Titlo to the Uf'y?'Jf&f0?S FEDERAL FARM LOAN BANK Why waste timo and money when we are prepared to servo you efficiently? If your House, Barn, Garago or Grain should burn tonight who would suffer? Is that propi-rly ...

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. — 28 September 1918

Telesforo C. de Baca, Petra Miera de Chavez, Juanita S. Nieto, Marilllta 8. o, jiuiiii vi uiige ov casi. T TITS CLAYTON NEWS NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. , Department of the Interior, U. .8 Land Office at Clayton, N. M. August 1, 1913. Notice la hereby given that Wlllard C. Toung-, of Meihoma, Oklahoma, who, on March 25, 1915, made llomcj tead Entry. Serial No. 019669, ful SEK SWK. SH SEK. Section 23, 8W .1-4. SV 1-4, Section 24, WH WH. Section 25 Township 29 N., Range 36 E., N. M. I'. Meridian, haa filed notice of Intention to make Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before his Commanding Officer In the V. S. Army, Co. C-. 134 Inf. and witnesses before Register and Receiver, V. S. Land Office, at Clayton, N. M , on the 22nd day of October, 1918. Claimant names as witnesses: Earnest Smith, Edgar Warner, Frank Warner, and J. B. Collins, all of Meihoma, Okla. PAZ VALVERDE. ' Sept. 21 -Oct. 1. Registe. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. .S L...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 28 September 1918

I " PiNt :H .-4 f u f rh h 'lf i f ' 7 i . ill; b4 I o i h" . . it JL-.r il -p - ir; ,-v-J.- 1 !i irPL Pv r r'ii i r- ú t--Pv'4 '' '."f - , -i;-'- ' '': ;? " ,!'u Is í-' pP-V. ' - P P : Je ; - v - k - k , ; f i , - - "4f "Ur,-t y i : j a . i. - t j - Jiiiis ii" : 1j TIIS CLAYTON NEWS V, SAVE ALL OF YOUR PEACH , SEED AND OTHER HITS. Only the Lest gas masks will save our boys from painful death. These masks can not be made without good charcoal. Wood charcoal has prov d deficient. The necessary char coal can be made from the pits and shells named below. The Govern ment needs every stone and pit and must have them immediately. All merchants have been requested to place an adequate receptado in a conspicious place in their stores with a sigh, printed in largo letters, reading: "A FEW PEACH STONES MAY SAVE A SOLDIER'S LIFE" Leave Yours Here and Help Make Gas Masks. YOU ARE URGED TO BE ON LOOKOUT FOR DESERTERS. Date Seeds Brazil Nut Shells Hickory Nut Shells Walnut Shells Buttl-rnut Shell...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 28 September 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS 1 V." , AGAINST D LACK LEG SINO xvj BLACKLEGOIDS Bimplost, miTt-at, iurr jt way to ra-ctiit clle urnlnnt Blacklec. Na t Msamur. No Miul4 ta pllL N StrlnK to Ret. ASS FOB FREE BOOKLETS. r WOm AL BT CITY DRUG STORE Clayton, N. M. SftOA . --- P c ! BY GETTING. A LOAN ON YOUR F.M FROM HIGHT & COOK REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENCY. PROMPT INSPECTION 01 TICE OVER CLAYTON NATIONAL RANK CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO íhrrrrT YOUR LOSSES From BLACKLEG By using the Kansas Germ Free Blackleg Vaccine, originated at the Manliatten Agricultural College, and made for us by its f originator, Dr. Haslam. - ; ' One dose gives them protection for life, use at branding or X dehorning time. DO IT ALL AT ONCE This Is the Vaccine that has got the results hero for two years, given permanent protection to 40.000 head of cattle in this sec tion of the country. Get the one that you know is alright. Don't be the goat for the trial of new vaccines. ' This Vaccine is never sold in Drug stores. Price 33cts...

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. — 5 October 1918

HAVE YOU BOUGHT YOUR FOURTH LIBERTY BOND? OUR QUOTA IS $ 1 03,800. WE MUST GO "OVER THE TOP." DO YOUR BIT NOW AND MAKE UNION COUNTY THE FIRST COUNTY IN THE STATE "OVER THE TOP" IN THE FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN is Y o U3 M Mil? (0. VOLVMlf KLKTKJf M'MBER FORTY-ONE. Clayton, New Mexico, Otocber 5, 1918 SUBSCRIPTION álTl TWO DOLLARS PER YfCAH DEMOCRATS NOMINATE II WIN- TIGKET AT SANTA FE The Democrats at their State Convention in Santa Fe last week placed in the field a ticket that can not but meet with thc approval oí the vote, 4, Nfltf Mexico. -' P.cacp .hrvl .(hármony;,. prevailed throughout' r the vCorfvcnttoii ;-;n when the time came to placo in norii nation 'the riftiilidates for. the various office? thcj:rt" was little or no con-. nognaUid,'í;fÍH'. theStyValp.fiíOjíjic first ballot". '.Amid n uch applause, Walton marched down the isle to the speakers stand where ho. ad dressed the delegates for thirty mln utes. . .He was interrupted by ap plause all through hi speech. Wal ton is a man...

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. — 5 October 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS ATTi:TI lIOMr.STKAniillS All legM advertíalo la tkta paper U read and correct ac cording to ropy. Krnd our nutlee of latcalloa to make nnal proof, and If aa error la found. honreTcr ullaht, notify u at onrr. s ; NUTICE F"'U ri KI.H'ATl' N Denartmcnt of thu Interior. U. Lund Ofrico nt Clayton. N. M- August 13. 11)13. Notice 1:) hereby given Unit Willard C. YouiiK, of Alexia. ma, Oklahoma, who, .n March Hj, 1 J 1 , made. Home stead Kntry, Serial -No. Oil' CO, bv i-i. sw i-i. -.;;; -i. u '- W.-i, Section To .'. i. X, Ruiikc 30 K , N. M. 1". .' ! has tiled mítico of nti.nU.ji. to make NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION. I STATU LAM) SELECTIONS ! D -pnrlment of the Interior, U. S, Land Office nt Clayton, N. AT. September 9, 1018 Notice Ih hereby given that the State i of New AUxlco has applied to rolcct i under the provisions of the Acts of I '.Tune SI, 1S98 and Juno 20, 1910 and I Acta nupplenit ntary and nmenilatory j thereto, the following public hinds ite-wlt: I I Serial No. 02G...

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. — 5 October 1918

t r..! r;j. : r e:t!;. T1TE CLAYTON NEWS CLAYTON AGENCY t t BONDED TITLES, ABSTRACTS, LOANS INSURANCE UNCLE SAM Is asking us to conservo to help win Iho War. Wo all want to help tho boys "Over There" givo Kaiser Bill . Well you know what and make this old world a safo placo for ourselves and our pos terity. In order to do this we arc asked to save FOOD, MONEY AND TIME YOU CAN SAVE MONEY And timo if you will havo us do your Abstract in,-, because a Surely bond stands back of our Ab straéis thus protecting you fren: any loss thru error on our part. Vc can save you tiin and worry be cause we arc prepared to Bend your Title ;uul thus save yon the delays you are now experiencing in jrctlins defects in your Title cured. For (he siuail sum of .?2."0 on each 1,000.00 borrowed we jvvill r;uirant'e your Title to the FEDERAL FARM LOAN BANK W hy waste lime and money when we are prepared to serve you efficiently? If your House, Barn, Garago or ('rain should burn tonight who would suffer? Is that...

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. — 5 October 1918

TILE CLAYTON NEWS. The VILLAGE CRIER COLUMN A Column of OPPORTUNITIES for Every News Reader Rate: One Cent per Word per Issue FOn SALE One Avery tractor, 12-25 h.p., on easy terms. Good as new Boo or wrilo Florencio Gonzales, Clapham, N. M. 37-40 LOST At Amistad or Sedan, Au gust 25, lady's gold watch, Boss caso, Elgin works. Insido cover is engraved May Aldridgc, V. C. U. S. Class '10. Liberal reward if returned to Clayton News or owner, May Aldridge, Sedan, N. M. 38-41. LOST Leather back bill book con lining two $10.00 bills one $5.00 bill and $0.00 in silver, on the State Road between Clayton and Haydcn. Find er please return to News office and receive $5.00 reward. 39lf. FOR SALE Span of marcs, six years old, one in foal. Can show these marcs any Saturday. A bargain fo cash. A. II. Bounds. 39-50 STRAYED One span of mare mules, bay and brown, about 15Í-J hands high, one brown horse about 15 hands high, C-years-old. Horse had chain on front foot when last seen. $15.00 Reward. Noti...

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. — 5 October 1918

Don Eufracio Gallegos, of Gallegos, N. M, 6pent a few days in Clayton THE CLAYTON NEWS I This Seal Is Our Word of Honor Your Protection See That It Is On Every Bottle That You Use 1 llll j With this Honor Seal We Give Our Money Guarantee Do Not Let Imitators Deceive You Get the Original . 1 1 .1 i. ii A 0 I Mi u TACOHE I 1VIAT1F RY DR. 0. M. FRANKLIN THE ORIGINATOR o j Pay you Cash Seventy-five per cent, of its Value ii HOLDS THE RECORD OF IMMUNIZING OVER HALF MILLION CALVES AGAINST BLACKLEG Not Only Our Reputation, But Our Money Your Guaranty for any Calf that we fail to Immunize with One .Vaccination with Dr. 0. M. Franklin's Personally Produced Vaccine We Will THIS INSURES YOU . THE KANSAS BLACKLEG SERUM CO. Amarillo, Texas Denver, Colo., Wichita, Kansas, Ft. Worth Texas, Oklahoma City, Okla., Kansas City, Mo. HALL MEDFORD, Local Agent, Clayton, New Mexico jj I " ' '! - 1 MONEY TO LOAN OKLAHOMA FARM MORTGAGE CO. MAKES LOANS ON NEW MEXICO IMPROVED PROPERTY; EAS TERMS; QUICK SERVIC...

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. — 5 October 1918

Gavión . .V rkv M;dco 1 vi..!- , , 151v. ! V. i 1 ll' fS H : J r o: 1:' tío.., 1 loli-..t.-t., i.ll oí Tute, -ií5i---'v' C;-t- ?$v THE CLAYTON NEWS Its aBeneficial Sign for those who want the best Lumber to take the hint from ju can eare buying here of the best qualities in hrrd and soft woods fully seasoned and free from knots, warnings and all Imperfections. Whether , you want It for Indoor or out . door work ron will rrt an. porlor Lumber from us. 'kie nr t"c,i Screen Poor. STAR LUMBER COMPANY A. E. MON'TEITH, Miumrpt. V v-ST Iot of money by lHfc'iWiStófi! and still be sure CLAYTON'. vnw Mexico. TI- helbuildans' b -eason Tho IiulMInn Fcascn I3 her, but before you tu'lj or rnako th.U ad dition to : c:r :-kC'.v r, - Vs for t'.o ficat In Luulcr anl all Kulld lug Líate; !;.!. (li: Piu'l: 1 í t.'oi.,u'. te. r-1 1 ,1 1 TIL . une jc-ip- ? y.. j.-r-ioGr to. ikt rr? i i'.'i i r rv yon: r -ri" I 8.T Have V-;i r .rr!f i i.!iM.r: vi í ". y k voc money. 1 1 lii . 1 0 r T! 1 ,Jj if o notir ron...

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. — 5 October 1918

Rosendo tasados, Darlo tiarcla und l luimuil l numen us wiiiich;b. Guy Nefzer, Clapham, N. M., L. I". THE CLAYTON NEWS. 11 EY TO LOAN On New Mexico Tarnis and Ranches. No Cash Commissions o-.' Inspection Fee Charged. No Waiting on I.:?:!!.? o como from other Territory. wuiTi: on see CHAS. BLANCHARD, Inspector for THE F; B. COLLINS INV. CO. Room 1, Charlton B!dg. CLAYTON, N. M. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department oí tho Interior, U. ü. Land ! OiTlco at Clayton. N. M. August I. 1318. Nollco la hereby given that Mr, i lnr.i P. Fnl:vlili..ls. widow of Arthur It. Fairchilils, deceased, f t l.O'i m, X. wlio, on March 3, 1915, made Home stead j.titiy, tie rial Nj. itr f r S'j. Section S, Township 23 N., Run:;.- 31 E., N. M. 1'. .Ma'.i'.ian, h.is It. 'I i.'iieo ol inU'lition to make Tiir' i" Vra ; " pi'imf, lO IHtubi.iil tl.Ulll to till! 1..I1Ü Bh.Jk'0 do- aribed, bclne Register and Receiver, L'. tf. Land Office, at Clayto:., N. :.i , c:i tao l"th i'.uy of Octob. r, l'.'l . Claimant IÉ...111...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 5 October 1918

THE CLAYTON )ing "OVER THE TOP" for US. Let US do no less than go "OVER THE TOP" for THEM i )MPÜ THE PART T11EY ARE DOING FOR YOU WITH THE PART YOU ARE DOING FOR THEM. YOlí CAN NOT GO FIFTY-FIFTY IDE OF THE POND, BUT DO THE BEST YOU CXfi AND GET YOUR NAME ON THE DOTTED LINE FOR YOUR BOND SUBSCRIPTION. IE CLAYTON NATIONAL BANK will be glad to take your Subscription PERSONALS CARRY ON rs. J. H, Zurick and daughter, , are spending : a few days in ton. CARRY ON )so Skecn, of Folsom, spent a days in Clayton on business. - CARRY ON e Ryárt, of Folsom; made, a busi trifl to Clayton this week. While , foo sold Reyes P.' Martinez, a Chandler car. CARRY OX air Roberts, of Kenton, spent rday in Clayton. CARRY OX ... alter Johnson, of Sedan, has ed to Claytoil for the winter will enter It is children in the ic school of Clayton. CARRY OX Püfvés; postmaster at Delfín, .. spent Friday jn Clayton. CARRY OX ' ss Mafetta Rámey, has aecept . position in Hie Clayton post e. '' ' - CARRY OX alter Bigge...

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. — 12 October 1918

HAVE YOU BOUGHT YOUR FOURTH LIBERTY BOND? THE TIME IS SHORT. QUICK ACTION IS NECESSARY I j IMWI " M VOLTJMJ ELBVKlf NUMBER FORTY-TWO. Clayton, New Mexico, Otocber 12, 1918 itmscnipnojf rath two nnixtu prn teib DEMOCRATS OF " UNION COUNTY NOMINATE SPLENDID TICKET GUARD AGAINST THE SPANISH INFLUENZA Vriio Democratic party placed in tho field ono of the strongest tick ets ever offered to the voters of Un ion County. ,Tho ticket is headed with two men fof v th. legislature, wbOi.are both qualified, an4 able Jo represent .the j taxpayers of ftcw Mexico, j j'Tj J. Roberson of the De Moines -omimmity waí a me moer or tne Texas legislature for two terms and mado- a splendid record. He is a perfect-gentleman, and is.well liked by all who know him. : ''Juan D. Casados, tho other candi date for the legislature needs no nlroduction to the people of Union County. He represented this Coun ty in the State Legislature during the 'Irst two sossions after we be came a state. v Col. J. A. Sowers was n...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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