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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 12 June 1915

a A TTKNTIO, HOMKSTKiltlonS All legal advertising In thin paper is read and corrected according to copy. Rend your ml, and If an error Is found however slight, notify m at once. OTl E FOR PI HMCATIO Department of the Interior. II. 8. Land itillce at Clayton, New Mexico, Muy ' 1 0 1 5. Notl Is hereby given that William It. Martin, of Pasamonte, New Mexico, lii, on October 18, 199, made Home stead Entry. -Serial No. d! 165. for SK. 1-4. and sV. 1-4. Section 3, Township 23 N.. Rnnge 29 K N. M. P. Meridian, has tiled notice of Intention to make Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before IMtt-. W. Kcx, U. 'S. Commissioner, at his office, tit Clayton, New Mexico, on the 22nd day of June, 1915. Claimant names as wltnesseai Chas. H. liond. John P. Ivie, J. L., 1 It;, Harry1 a. Arnett, all of Pnsamonte, New Mexico. 6-22-6-19 PAZ VALVERDE, Register NOTICIO I'OK Pt'ttMPATlOX Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Clayton, New Mexico May 25th .1916. Ntili...

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. — 12 June 1915

i .."3Cr'--:-rr JrTi PTIJ ('-OJtTi llirr r sr. r -- ; tV. u ;-,-r, r 1 fTTT; . t 1 rrr. rrr.T-Of " - ... .w ' , : . :-;A's?í! -j I V V ill'' i l i 'b WHOLESALE " ' ' . I I m ' , - - - - . HtlAIL f V A 'M'Jt , : : ,1 everything to eat, and wear- Low Price Makers IV '. " i. J I .. i, r, ,. ...... r-4 ... .x,.;u.m... r .... . ra rui I'M "i. n i aiur in" Musi Ündérwéai ' .fl('l'r,i.MilJI Si " I 111 Ufe HOLEPROOF HOSIERY- Have you ever tried - hh!Ainift i hnioAo 1 . I f íSw VrVViifi""1.. uuidcj 1U your youngsters. ir aw you have you know the time and trouble they! Save you. Nd ' darning! . If you haven't tried; . them' better come in and get a box for each! ov and ffirl. 3 oairs tb a hrm vuarantepA JiáoÁ ; - ' per box $1.00. Also in ladies and mens' cotton and silk. AKLI GUARANTEED 111 A new and ;dainty line of muslin under wear, corset covers, gowns, princess slips, combination suits, rkirtsr and satine bloomers, in light blue and white. .:nn,i GK1' KM Miíjl iiíJJ- !itv i.i,- ! DRESSES ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 19 June 1915

ÍTC-OE CILAYTON NEWS L DF VOTED 'tO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. r ' - -- ' , - VOLUME VII!. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1915. ' NUMBER 25. ' ' , 1 1 n 4ilYAN Al GERMAN-AMERICANS Is U'. n. Playing Shrewd Political Game? Nentrality of United States Must be Maintained.1 Forinor Secretary of State Bryan has done a distinct service to the country by, his timely and clear let ter to the Grman-Americans. For quite a while, the feeling has been growing that the administration was , favoring the allies. So bitter had the feeling become that an effort was being mudo to line up a German American sentiment against the prea ident with a view to )iis defeat in 19K), should he be the democratic nominee. Letters have been sent from the, "Fatherland," a German American publication, to German Americans in every part of the coun try asking how many of them voted rr Wilson, and how many votes lue C-rnian-Americans could ín ilrrr.yd In the next elec...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 19 June 1915

WEBER Y HIJOS LA TIENDA NUEVA La Tienda con efectos nuevos y precios ruevos-precios que.le interesan y le reducen, su dinero. Nosotros sabemos los ne cesarios de la familia, y conosemos que el cabesilla de la casa sabe corecto el precio-eso es lo que hallara en esta tienda. Baya con el otro, si quiere y luego haga una prueba con LA COMPAÑIA MERCANTIL DE YEBER Y HIJOS Hablamos en Ingles, Español y Alemán Edificio de Gray-Easterwood Clayton, New Mexico. ELECTRIC BOOTAIÍD SHOE SHOP OLLIE B. COX. Proprietor II Post Cards at lAtvd s Studio. ALL V'OltK (ÍÜARANTF.RI) TO GIVE SATISFACTION SHOP IN BRUNS BUILDING GIVE US A TRIAL Otto Menicer of near Beenhnin. is visiting his sister Mrs. Taz Valverde. Mrs. Srhloler returned to Denver, Colo., after a few weeks visit in Clayton. LOCAL AMI PERSONAL Tho newsy paper. The News. A. P. Means left Tuesday to visit his raiicL. .(rila Fklund is very ill with an attack of rheumatism. Miss Fay Selvy is confined to hiw home with r l. 1 1 : il it in. Jno. Yo...

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. — 19 June 1915

Heal Estate Transfers LOANS AND INVESTMENT We have money to loan on Farm Lands and Live Stock or other good security-bearing property, and solicit the business of farmers who desire to add to their herds or are In need of money to Improve their lands. Call and see us. A. W. THOMPSON & CO. Thompson Bldg. Clayton. N. M. for the week ending Juno 15, 1915, furnished by the Fidelity Ab stract Compnny. The following patents were re corded. I'nited States to Charlie A. Kalm, .TJO acres; Maude Waldcr, 160 acres; .t:io. J. Merilott, 3L'0 acres; Henry II. Harland, HHO acres; Fred Laycock. iiii) acres;Jas. 13. Howard, 320 acres; Edward E. Sey, .'IL'O acres; Clark -vnrin, 320 acres; Jessie C. W'liit linglon, KM) acres; Tilomas G. Aus line, 320 acres; Dora A. Cornitt, 320 acres. The following warranty deeds were recorded. K. E. Hay to Everett Henry, 1()0 iteres; J. J. Swart and wife to School district No. 8.", 2 acres; J. S. r.lurkson to Emma Tabor Gann, WO acres; J. M. Shafer to F. C. Ley l...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 19 June 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS OI-PICIAL PArRR OFl'XIOK COUXTT HTHKH1 A IM HtM, PROPRIETORS Cfcaa. P. Bathrra, Editor ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Entered n nc-cund clana matter Octo ' her 26. l'JOD, at the iiostofllce at Clay ton, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3, lb 7 9. Saturday, June lilth, Ifll.j Count (hat day lost . Whose low defending sun Sees p'-inting done at li'ss tlian cost And business dune for fun. Attend (he Mass Mcrctinu Tlirnj li the jiiinl efforts of the Business Mens Association and ( ln school hoard, a mass meeting for the discussion of tin; school bond is sue will he lii-ld in the courthouse ui-xt Tuesday evening. Tin? abso lute nci'd for inoro and better school facilities for Clayton will In- aimed by I'rof. 11. H. Krn4t, who will also explain tin- plans and intentions of tin! school board. I'rof. Mrn-lt is a pleasing spi-ak'-r and always famil iar with his suhji-ct. Those who at-ti-nd tin- meeting will undoubtedly gain knowledge (hat will aid tln-ni in casting an intelligent vot...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 19 June 1915

SIMON HERZSTEIN Clayton's Only Reody-to-Wear Store Bargains for Carnival Week To make things lively at this store during the entire week I am offering some Special Bargains that will make busi ness get up and hum while they last. I am also showing many new things especially adapted for hot weather wear. A Store For Women and Girls A Store for Men and Boys Clean up Sale Of Muslin underwear, first lot, choice 19c, this lot contains about 100 fine corset covers that sold at 35c to 50c, choice of lot 19c 2nd, Lot Choice 49c This lot contains gowns, skirts, and corset covers, many of the above sells at $1.00 and more Choice of lot 49c New Washable Skirts Sand colored small navy stripe made with self belt & pockets $1.50 White Pique, novelty vesting and duck skirts $2.00 & $2.25 New Styles in woolen fabrics $2.45, $3.00, $5.00 and $6.00 BLUE SERGE SUITS If you can nfford only one suit of clothes, then that suit should be a blue serge suit, because, it answered every. purpose. It i...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 19 June 1915

The Ball-Flayrrs Prayer Kurd, help me to play the game, It matters not to you whether I am talented or poor in natural gifts; wealthy or starving; a leader among iñen or a simple follower, so that I play the games as you would have it played. Help me to keep my eye on the hall, that the curves of tem ptation not deceive me. Keep my feet in the path of righteousness, that I may touch second and third on my way 'round the bases. Help me to bent out my bunts, and hold rue that I stray not too far from base when the catcher is ready to peg me. Count not my foul balls against me O Lord, for the baiting eye sometimes goes wrong, 'though the intention is right. Help me in the pinches Lord, becaues a good hingle might bring my brother home. Let not the music of the fans keep my eye from the ball, nor the en ticements of the slabinan draw me away from the need of a clean sin gle with a man on second. Help me, U Lord, to bat over 300, because my eyes are on the bg leagues for eter nity even w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 19 June 1915

ATTKSTHM, IIOMP.iTKAK.R All legal advertising In this paper I read and corrected according to ropy. Read your ad, and If an error j found however slight, notify ua at once. NOTK'K FOR Pl tll.ll'ATIOX Department of the Interior. U. 8. I. :-!td Office at Clayton, New Mexico. M.iy 7, 1915. Notice In hereby given thnt William II. Martin, of ri,imonl, New Mexico, vho, on October IS, 1309, made Home stead Entry, Serial No. 09465, for 8E. 1-4, and SW. 1-4, Section 3. Township 23 N.. Range 29 K.. N. M. P. Meridian, haa filed notice of Intention to make Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Edw. W. ex, U. 8. Commissioner, at hla office, at Clnyton, New Mexico, on :he 22nd day of June, 1915. Claimant ñame as witnesses: Chaa. H. Hond, John I'. Ivle, J. L. Ivle, Hurry S. Arnett, all or Pasamome, New Mexico, 5-22-6-19 PAZ VAI,VERDE, Register KOTICK FOR PI ULICATIO Department of the Interior, TT. 8. Land Office at Cleyton, N. M.p May 7, 1916. Notice Is hereby gi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 19 June 1915

I i STORE OPEN EVERY NIGHT DURIIÍG THE SALE Ora-lMSe ÍKCMII1 EC mm BIG STOCK REDUCTION SALE Fotr Oinie Week OroDy SALE BEGINS MONDAY JDNE 28TH, ENDS SATURDAY JULY 3RD, If you have ever worn a Kirschbaum suit of clothes you will appreciate this opportunity of buying one at half price. If you have never worn a Kirschbaum suit of clothes we want to tell you they are the bestclothes on earth guaranteed all wool and silk thread used only. We change no prices, a real sale that is on the square in every respect. Do not come before or after the.'sale andsk.f or sale prices. Absolutely nothing.'sold.at'sale prices only one week and during sale if you have an ac count with us your credit buys at same price as cash do not blame us if you fail to take advantage of this sale we are advertizing two weeks in advance so you can get ready and attend. , - - - - - i vW, i O A. B. K. Co., 114 WITH your Kirsch baum Clothes we will give you a guarantee that they are all-wool, fast In color, London shrunk...

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. — 26 June 1915

t -uítrUiÉ CtLAyiTON-. NEWS ' , í . v , ..DEVOTED 'lO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME VIII. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JUNE 213, 1913. NUMBER 20. ALL DKMOCHATS ARE PLEASED University Athletics CHOW l)S APPLAUD PRES. WILSON July I, Americanization Day II. lilUVS BIG WHEAT CROP n -1- r Appointee is Reromncd as Man of Ability, In it lie liad un Political Follow inn. ' , Washington, D. (i, June 22. Rob:. Lansing, who,, as counsellor of .the Stale Department, has advised 1'i'i's i'tcul W ilson in law and precedent ill (lie policy pursued hy the United Stab's toward belligerent Govern ments since the ' outbreak of the l'iiiri'pean war, was named today 1 Sieretary of State to succeed Will iam .JennhT.s Bryan. ; Few appointments in recent years have given such Widespread satis faction in the national capítol, Mr. Lansing is a life-long Democrat, but I has devoted his lime to inter, national law and diplomacy and Is as popular with former Itc...

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. — 26 June 1915

WEBER Y HIJOS LA TIENDA NUEVA La Tienda con efectos nuevos y precios ruevos-precios que le interesan y le reducen su dinero. Nosotros sabemos los ne cesarios de la familia, y conosemos que el cabesilla de la casa sabe corecto el precio-eso es lo que hallara en esta tienda. Baya con el otro, si quiere y luego haga una prueba con LA COMPAÑIA MERCANTIL DE VEBER Y HIJOS Hablamos en Ingles, Español y Alemán Edificio de Gray-Easterwood Clayton, New Mexico. LOCAL AND PI.IISONAL Mr?, fl. W. Uraas wa9 shopping in the city Wednesday. P. A. Mayo (if near Gladstone, was a Cayton trader Thursday. M. O. Tixier is having hi resid ence remodeled and repainted. All rubber goods, drills and drug sundries at the City Drug tore. (Chester Malm of Kenton, attended to business in Clayton ThurmJr.y. Isaac Adam and family loft Tues day evening for Klberl, Colorado. We do any kind of studio work, Lord's studio, Clayton, New Mexico. Walter (.liles of near Cuates, at tended to bu.-iness in the city Friday. .1....

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. — 26 June 1915

LOANS AND DISCOUNTS We have money to loan of Farm Land and Live Stock or other Rood security-bearing property, and solicit the business of farmers who desire to add to their herd or in need of money to improve their land A. W. THOMPSON. Thompson Bldg. CLAYTON, N.M. Folsoni nnd the Fourth The Folsoni Industrial League, with the committees it has appoint ed, is working like Trojans to make July 4th, 1915, a grand success. Dr. I. J. Morgan lias been appointed the grand marshall of the day with the power to select his assistants, and no expense spared. The, doctor will invite sister towns to take part in I he parade. Hon. A. James McDon ald and Hon. Thomas F. Savage have been invited to make addresses, and have signified their acceptance. Horse racing will he the feature of the day. Will Kerr has a contract to put the race track in A 1 condition. The young men of the town have ar ranged to give a grand ball on thi evening of the 3rd, and those who know Elbert Davis appreciate his ef for...

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. — 26 June 1915

"H4-H"H"t-H"l"l' M l I H"t"l"H- M I I I I I I I I I ...-i.m--H"K-" t HE CLAYTON NEWS OFFICIAL PAPER OPINIO CO I' NTT IVTHERl A DIRAN, PROPRIETORS Chaa. r. Sathcr K4itr ONE DOLLAR PER, YEAR Enttrad aa second cliu matter Octo ber If. It0, at tha poatofflca at Clay ton, New Mexico, under tha Act of March 3, 117. Siitiinlay June 2, 1!U5 Germany is evidently takin? no tice. At least they are taking bo much time that one can I con sistent in the belief that tin . want their answer to be correct and sat-isfaeory. American newspapers that President Wilson has emeregd from this en tanglement with so much credit that he is today much stronger than his party, while Mr. Bryan's course has only resulted in weakening him with the great masses .of the Amer ican people. Old Whiskers Carranza pora on the theory of "He damned if you do, and he damned if you don't. Whisk ers is liable to wake up one of these mornings and find that its "damned if you did." Two fine rains this week to the sorrow of the ...

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. — 26 June 1915

Store For Women and Girls SIMON HERZSTEIN Clayton's On ly Reody-to-Wear Store Store for Men and Boys re r pi flip Ta 1 Copyright Hart Sduftner ft Man Middy House Dresses Taxes Maid Good quality Chanibray and Pír calos materials in a gieat variety oí patterns and colors, every gnr ment is perfectly made in pleasing, comfortable styles, with plenty of room and length, you. cannot buy the goods it would take to make one for the price ... Choice 50c North iScdun Valley It take a little rain with the ann ulling to make the world fro "mum:, they say. Our section of country ifot the share of rain that it hail been waiting for Tuesday afternoon and evening. Crops just simply couldn't look better. Karly corn is niiout knee high and conditions are good for forty bushels per acre. The Baptist people of this com munity will organize a church at the l'ile school house the first Sun day in July. There is to he an a;: day service with dinner on the ground. v Our young folks enjoyed some ramping tr...

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. — 26 June 1915

COMMISMOSKRS PROCEEDINGS lloerlal Mrrtlac of tkc Krl ar Caa iy CtraMoirn af lulas Ceaaty, Nrw Mexico held 4a Tta, 113. The board met at o'clock a. m., at tl.o Court Hour at Clayton, New Mél ico, on June 7th, 1916, aa Board of Kpuallaatlon, there being present the Honorable Salome Oarcla, Chairman, T. 8. Snyder, and Matlaa L. Casados, mem ber, and Juan J. Duran. Clerk, and nfter duly examining the returns of all property made the following; ralaea and reductions aa follows: Cornea now E. F. Gallegos and asks the Board to leave his assessment as rendered, and the Board after due In vestigation let the same stand as rend ered, with (000 head of sheep and ISO bucks, as stated by him. William Frank. Sr. was assessed on 1700 sheep and 40 bucks aa stated by him. Julian Padilla waa reduced from 260 sheep, to 180 head, and the balance of 144 head run by him assessed to J. Lino. Application of Reichel and Co. for R. L. D. License for South Des Moines waa again presented at thla time for recon...

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. — 26 June 1915

I ATTENTION, HOMKSTKADfcRS NOTICE FOR Pt'lU.lCATION NOTICE FOR PI BI.ICATIOX SOTICE OF CONTEST All legal advertising In thla paper 1 read and corrected according to copy. Head your ad, and if an error la found however slight, notify us at onca. Mirier: for publication Department of the Interior, IT. 8. Land Olllce at Clayton, New Mexico May 25th ,1916. ' Notice la hereby given that Pleaaant A. Drake, of Thomns, N. M., who, on (Vcemlier 28, 1909 and September IB, in 10, made homestead entries, aerial n a. 010072 and 012107, for Lota 1. S, i.VineVi and Lota 3, 4, and 84 nw4, section 5, township 23n., range 34e., N. M. r. MerMlan, has filed notice of In tention to make three year final proof to establish claim to the land above described, bofore Register and Receiv er, U. 8. Land Office, at Clayton, N. M., on the 7th day of July, 1915. Claimant names as witnesses: Robert Stephenson, Joseph A. Steph enson, William W. Tuthill, Klzle Oxmun all of Thomas, N. M. 6-B-7-I PAZ VALVERDE, Regist...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 26 June 1915

a.(ntM maw gasta nJwmjH mwmm wm mmm trm 9VMmii mm UtMMUMM PiwiwourTrTrTs.r,r''Hrr- rnKiwinmwtrrwníBiiTv STORE OPEN EVERY NIGHT DURING THE SAI T? ÍÍPPÍIM PW?W1T OCK REDO hit! I"" it .i ' BIG ST cnoN SAiiLi For Osie week SALE BEGINS MONDAY JUNE 28Tfl, ENDS SATURDAY JULY 3RD, If you have ever worn a Kirschbanm suit of clothes you will appreciate this opportunity of buyirp one at half pi ice. If you have never worn a Kirschbaum suit of clothes we want to tell vou thev are the bestclothes on earth guaranteed all wool and !' ti i 1 Lr Y innrl i t c r í 1 An I v W a ihon (ra n r Tfírtrc n rMil colrt tViof ta rn í Ka cíiiio r r n mriMii t Ai?iwif T nf t. -- i C . ah iflfti the sale and ask for sale prices. Absolutely nothinp sold at sale prices only one week and during sale if you have an ac count with us your credit buys at same price "as cash do not blame us if you fail to take advantage of this sale -we are advertizing two weeks in advance so you can get ready and attend. - - . - - - . ....

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 July 1915

O-flE CLAYTOPJ NEWS DEVOTED 7 0 THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING QF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME VII Í. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1915. NUMBEIl 27. I'XION CO. NOIOIAL INSTITUTE Patronise a Home Collrne NEWS OK Till: STATIC CAPITOL A IHrthday Parly MAHTIN & KO.ND HANOI SOLO r Is ICxpceled (o be Greatest in History of the Coijtily and I.arfjest m Hie Mute in Point of Attendance. . Tin Union County Normal Insti tute, undiT t Ii management of County Superintendent of Schools II. II. Erret.t. lias grown until it lias held (Ik1 osilion of being tin1 larg est and best in the slate of New Mex ico, will convent' at the Clayton High School building on Monday. July V 10 1 5, at 7:30 a. in. Sunt. Errett has selected tin1 best rorps of teachers to be had in the whole state. Superintendent J. S. IJofer of the Tucumrari schools, who is recognized through-out the slate as one of Ihe ablest, of its school llien has been selected to conduct the institute. v jMr. Hol'er, ...

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 July 1915

WEBER Y HIJOS LA TIENDA NUEVA La Tienda con efectos nuevos y precios nuevos -precio que le interesan y le reducen su dinero. Nosotros sabemos los ne cesarios de la familia, y conosemos que el cabesilla de la casa sabe corecto el precio-eso es lo que hallara en esta tienda. Baya con el otro, si quiere y luego haga una prueba con LA COMPAÑIA MERCANTIL DE WEBER Y HIJOS Hablamos en Ingles, Español y Alemán Edificio de Gray-Easterwood Clayton, New Mexico. LOCAL AND PERSONAL For good pictures go to Lord's Studio. Rev. Father Dumarest of Folsom, spent Thursday in the city. All rubber goods, drugs and drug sundries at the City Drug Store. J. T. 0. Creed attended to business in the city the first of the week.. R. A. Clark of near ML Dora, was a Clayton business visitor Thursday. J. II. Kilburn of near ML Dora, attended to business in the city Thursday. Den Peach of Garcia Plaza on the I'inabetis, spent several days in the city this week. Chas. W. Sanford of near Seneca, attended to business ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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