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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 26 October 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS. i I , f The VILLAGE CRIER COLUMN A Column of OPPORTUNITIES for Every News Reader Rate: One Cent per Word per Issue THE VICTORY TICKET. of For U. 8. Senator W. B. Walton of Grant county. For Congrega Q. A. Rich'ardaon Chavas county. For Governor Ftix Garcia of Rio Arriba county. For Lieutenant Governor Elmer E. Vseder of San Miguel county. For Suprema Court R. H. Hanna of tanta Fa county. For Attorney General T. J. Mabry of Bernalillo county. For Secretary of State Juan J. Duran of Union county. For Superintendent of Schools J. 8. Long of Rooaevelt county. For State Auditor Marcus C. do Baoa of Sandoval county. For State Treasurer T. W. Medley of Socorro county. For Land Commissioner G. A. Davis- on of Chaves county. For Corporation Commissioner D, FtnvMta of Quay county. ludo Eighth District THOMAS D. LIEU. J. COUNTY TICKET. For Probate Judge ANTONIO CHAVEZ. For Representatives T. i. IttiBEKSON JUAN I). CASADOS. For Sheriff J. A. SOWERS. For County Clerk FRANK CASA...

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 October 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS In The UNITED STATES DISTRICT COUKT For the District of New Mexico. The purchase of newspapers and tho! ., ,1Ix .....(-.",.,. ,:..,, n. ....,i .1,,.). r,.nj. . nt InlA Mo.. H' IIIMIUAIUUr .w.u- uu "uiinw ui iui ...... .e- ............ MlSSIONKHN Ur I .1J. UIL A11, BANKRUPT'S PETITION FOR DISCHARUE. No.264 In Bankruptcy. Ico to cormpt the electorate, has not been prompted by motives of patriot ism; but to secure hirelings who can be depended upon to vote for legisla tion that will relieve the special In terests and the profiteers from tlu.Ir Just share In the taxation that will bi necessary ti fv off the war debt In curred by re.-..-1.. i f fie war. ln the Matter of: PEDRO TIXIER, Bankrupt. To the Honorable Colin Neblett, Judge of the District Court of the i United States, for the District of New Mexico. Pedro Tlxler, of Bueyeros, in the County of Union, and State of New Mexico, In said district, respectfully representa that on the 13th day of July, 1Í17, last past, ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 26 October 1918

TIIE CLAYTON NEWS. ITS A BIG FACT That the Asessor's office and records in Union County are in the best shnpe of any in New Mexico. This Big Fact is vouched for by a republican official auditor and is known ly the great majority of taxpayers, irrespec tive of polities, of Union County. This happy condi tion is the result of the ability and efficiency of J. E. ALEXANDER Assessor of Union County and Democratic Nom inee for Re-election Admittedly, Mr. Alexander is the most competent man who has ever held the position; and admittedly, his chief opponent is just about the most incompetent can- ' didate ever put forward for the position. That is why every taxpayer democrat, republican or socialist should be personally Interested in the election of Mr. Alexander. Grasp the opportunity of retaining ability, efficiency and justice in the Assessors office by work ing and voting for J. E. (Ned) Alexander, a good one. MONEY TO LOAN OKLAHOMA FARM MORTGAGE CO. MAKES LOANS ON NEW MEXICO IMPHOVED P...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 26 October 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS y? I 'WWWVVWWWWAS There are all kinds of cheap printing but none of It Is real ly cheap at least not on a basis of value. Cheap stuff Is usually worth al most what It costs. Our printing Isn't the cheapest you can rfet, but it's as good as the best. Concentrate I The weakest living creature, by con contratlng on a ulngl object, can ac complisri something; whereas tb.4 strongest, by dlflnernlng his attention orer many things, may fall to accom plish anything. Cnrlyle. Chesterfield and Voltaire. The fourth earl of Chesterfield vni on one occasion at a grand ansenililj in France where Voltaire was one 01 the guests. Suddenly the Frenct writer accosted his lordship with tni words: "My lord, I know you are 1 Jurtjre. Which are the more benutiful the Knclixh or the French ladles?' "Upon my word," replied Chesterfield with his usual presence of mind. am no judge of paintings." Argonaut jWMfrtot, Growing Arbutus Indoors. Hitherto It has not been found prac ticable to tame t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 26 October 1918

Tttfi CLAYTON NEWS í NOTICE KOn PUBLICATION. L Department of the Interior, U. S. .Xand Office at Clayton, N. M. (T October 7, 1918. Notice Is hereby given that Dudley I , Fatrcloth, of Clapham, N. M., who, on I'JUly 17, 1915, mallo Jlomesieaii r.niry, ISerlal No. 020486, for SEU NEU. E'A 'SEU. of Section 84, and SWU NWU, i'tuul 8W 1-4. Section 35, Township 23 -W-rRange 33 K., N. M. P. Meridian, has Med notice of Intention to make inree Tear Proof, to establish claim to the lan above described, before Register and Receiver, U. S. Land OITlco at Clay ton, N. M., on th-i Hth d:iy of Novem ber 191S. Claimant names as witnesses: Crux Oonzalos, .uy Ncfzer, Walt pJCilrd and W. T. McCorrey, all of CJapham, N. M. t PAZ VALVEltPK, Oct. 12.-Nov. 9. Register. ran, Clayton, lí. M. TAZ VALVERDE, Oct. 12.-Nov. 9. Register. V; OT1CE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, 17. S, Iand Office at Clayton, N. M. w.: September 24, 1918 Z,'J3nci Is hereby given that Clarence A. Pyle, of Clapham, N. ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 26 October 1918

THE CLAYTOIÍ 1TH773 A WORTHY SUCCESSOR 1 II Fight Work i Your Watch Word i To Juan i. Duran as County Clerk was chosen by the Democratic nominating convention. Union county peo ple, as tlioy should bp, are particular regarding the cal ibre of their man of all work; and just anybody in the ofriees of County Clerk, Recorder, Clerk of the Probate Court, and Clerk of the District Court, will not suit Ihcir discerning Judgment A high class man is demand ed. To maintain the record of efficiency set by Mr. Duran the Democratic convention realized that it must put forward its very best, and in the person of Frank G. Casados offers the people of the county a Clerk of exceptional educational ability, integrity, and efficiency. Mr. Ca cados is a young man and possesses in a marked degree every necessary quaiilcation for the position iiinlifl tions so woefully lacking in his principal opponent. To vole for the man the man who can fill Mr. Duran's place in the Duran way you will of necessity hav...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 26 October 1918

THE CLAYTON NEY73 Business Advice Be Independent YOU CAN NOT WHEN YOU SPECULATE ON BORROWED MONEY. YOU CAN NOT WHEN SOMEONE ELSE IS FINANCING YOU TO TIIE POINT OF CONTROL. YOU CAN BY KEEPING YOUR OBLIGATIONS WITHIN EASY MEANS OF LIQUIDATION. YOU CAN BY KEEPING A BALANCE OF WORKING CAPITAL ON" DEPOSIT WITH US. The Clayton National Bank NOW IS A GOOD TIME TO BEGIN. KI.K.CTIOX PROCLAMATION. (Continued from Page 8.) Prechict No. . Francisco C. de Ba ta, Rosebud, N. M; Melton Lovato, Rose bud. N. M; Ignacio 8olano, Hosebud, N. M. House of Francisco de Be ca. I'reclnct No. . Canuto Gomales, Bueyeros, N. M; I. I. Vernon, Dellav en, N. M; George Gonzales, Roy, N. M. PeHavon School House. Trcclnct No. 10. J. S. Ballard, Al bert, N. M; 13. Beller, Bueyeros, N. M; A. K. Mitchell, Albert, N. M. School House, Town of Albert. I'reclnct No. 11. Matias Casndos, Mosquero, N. M; Avron Casados, Mos quero, N. M; Jose I. A'lffll, Gallegos, N. M. Mosquero School House. I'reclnct No. 12. J. T. Drummond, G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 November 1918

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 November 1918

t. L. Mamey, D. V. S, President U. E. Mamey, D. V. M, Sce.-Treas. WILSON SIGUE EL CURSO DE LINCOLN Y M'KINLEY Dice el Presidente el Devolver Una Mayoría de su Partido al Congreso es. Necesario, si el Pueblo Aprueba Actitud Daría Fuerza a su Brazo y Alumbraría su Curso. na pasada pidió al pueblo quo vuelva un Congreso Demócrata en la elec ckn de Noviembre si ellos anrueban su curso en esto periodo critico. M volver una mayoría Republi cana a cualmiiera de las earnaras del Congreso, dijo el Presidente, seria ciertamente interpelado en el otro iaao ao las aguas como una renu- dacion do mi actitud. El Presidente di lo míe el acontarla citui pero que si era a lo contrario el poder administrar la rau confi anza asignada a el seria seriamento lastimado. M texto do la comunica ción del Presidente es como sigue: 'Mis Conciudadanos Las piorno. nes conpresinnales están a la mano. Ellas ocurren en el ncrindn mas critico al cual nuestra patria ha necno neme o que esta para hacer frente a nuestro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 November 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS OIL LEASES TAKEN in any part of Union county. Same royalty paid as 4ri other Oil fields. Don't delay devel opment by putting it off. See U. E. DODSON Clayton, New Mexico Office with Clayton Abstract Co. :: :: Phono 223 or 131 Wind Always 8upreme. . The wind la the servant of man, bat not always the willing lerrant The Bailor must bend hli sails to the will of the wind. The wind Is one of na tare's forces which will work, bot nerer In harness. We hsre the sooth Ins; breeze and the terrifying tempest the one differs from the other only In force. The mnsle of both to the un afraid ear Is the same. For Estimates On LATHING, PLASTERING AND STUCCO WORK SEE II. R. SHANKS Clayton, :: New Mexico 3E 3 VIC GARAGE Louis J. Hawkins, Mgr. Our Shop is now thoroughly equipped for doing your Re pair Work. All mechanical work guaranteed satisfactory. Our mechanics are thoroughly experienced and skilled in Truck, Auto, Radiator and Ignition Repairs BUCK parts and Repair business solic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 November 1918

'0I1Y THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET WILL WIN Actually fighting in the world war I will probably coas within a year, but united States Senators are elected for .tlx years. There will be vital auca- Hons in our "after the war"' Lisíala.- Hon, which the Senator we elect No vember C will have to consider. New Mexico owes it to herself uiij to tho rest of the nation to select a Senator wno is safe, conservative and de pendable, one who will represent all the people. W. U. Walton I such a man. Verbal nyiotech effective in catching the untlilnki.jg voter back home, but in the UiilloJ States Senate the man who t-tk-ka to il post and works for the interests of his constituent Is the one who eta results. W. Í. Walton is a con sistent worker as his record sliowj, while Senator Fall has In his six years' service averaged but 4u per cent effi cient in voting and attendance. i None the less important is the elec tion as representative in Congress ol a Democrat to support President Wll- fon and his admini...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 November 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. Land Office at Clayton, N. M. " October 7, 1918. Notice t hereby given that Dudley D. Falrcloth, of Clapham, N. M., who, on July 17, 1915, made Homestead Entry, Serial No. 020486. for SEVi NEK, EH SEVi. of Section 14, and SWÍ4 NW, and SW 1-4, Section 35, Township 23 N., Range 23 E., N. M. P. Meridian, has tiled notice of Intention to make Three Tear Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Register and Receiver, U. 8. Land Office at Clay ton, N. M., on th4 14th day of Novem ber 1918. Claimant names at witnesses: Crus Gomales, buy Nefier, Walt Howard and W. T. McCorrey, all of Clapham, N. M. PAZ VALVERDE, Oct. 12. -Nov. . Register. Iran, Clayton, N. M. S. PAZ VALVERDE, Oct. ll.-Nov. t. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at 'Clayton, N. M. September 24, 1918. Notice Is hereby given that Clarence A. Pyle, of Clapham, N. M., who, on June 14, 1915, mad...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 November 1918

The VILLAGE CR I BR COLUMN A Column of OPPORTUNITIES for Every News Reader Rate: One Cent per Word per Issue if OfAHal Paprr of I'. . t.nná Otñcr Tm CLAYTON NEWS Offlrlal rnpcr f Count? f I Ion G. C. Smith, OWKlf and EDITOIl lOntrrrd la (he Voni Of fir at Clio ton, - Mrllro, aa fterond Claaa miill m: fiT, Ortnbrr 2. IUVD, andpr the act of Nank 3, IHtt). $2.00 per year. S1.00 for Six Months. WHO LILI) ? THE VICTORY TICKET. For U. 8. Scna'.or W. B. Walton of Grant county. For Congre C. A. Kic!iardon of Chavea county. For Governor Felix Gnrc'a ef Rio Arriba county. For Lieutenant Governor Elmer E. Veedor of San Miguel county. For Supreme Court R. H. Hanna of Santa Fe county. For Attorney General T. J. Mabry of Bernalillo county. For Secretary of Stste Juan J. Duran of Union county. For Superintendent of Schcols J. S. Long of Rooievelt county. For State Auditor Marcus C. de Bao of Sandoval county. For State Treasurer T. W. Medley of Socorro county. For Land Commitaloner G. A. Davit- on ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 November 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS "mm'mmmmmmm mmm i I Second Red Cross War Fund Pledges not paid, in full, are now past due. Those not paid should be taken care of at once What Kate of Interest Should Your Bank Fay You, on Your Time Deposit The Clayton National Bank Iiiim mi miKWor to tliiH question SOMETHING ABOUT THE CLEAN ANO COMPETENT MEN ' YOU SHOULD SUPPORT FOR COUNTY OFFICERS NOV. 5 The County Ticket of the Demo cratic Party, which the voters will have the opportunity of supporting at the polls next Tuesday, is con sidered the, best ticket ever nomi nated by any party in this county. Every man on it secured the nomina tion strictly on his merits and be cause of his fitness and ability for the position for which he was nom inated. No better ticket could have been chosen. , In ability of each individual nominee it is obovc com parison with the ticket nominated and sponsored by our pettily par tisan Superintendent of Public In struction and his precious Old Guard of alleged "Republian Leaders." ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 November 1918

i u B'SQ-flO Flight Work One Tao Throe Germany Out! WIN! OUR ONE OBJECTIVE Remember The State Bank of Commerce Leads Union County in Real War Work Wnlch this Space Next. Week THE STATE BANK OF COMMERCE THIS HANK OF THE PEOPLE i 'i itiituim iwiiiiifrii íwm ii -jjaiiirani éüii I 8 t i c, i:' o y c I r! M v) 1 0 ni 3 Kl HUI He, REPUBS DON'T CARE Not wry hing a(jo no one seemed to tare who (lie Pro bate Judge was. It was tin custom to nominate just Any Old Hotly fur the Oil fir, and that is still the Re publican custom. Several years ago the Democrats de cided the Ollice needed ahility and efficiency as much so s any other office, and they nominated and elected ANTONIO F. CHAVEZ Probate Judge of Union County Judge Chavez's record is one of absolute efficiency, and through bis re-election that record can and will be maintained. The election oí the Republican nominee would be n return to the Mediocre. thrc.-h-lie lias of line ' TltAMI'AKOS "Sticker Flat, Shorty" to li vc Ki'ct of 1 1 i s ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 November 1918

I - i r-W- . . ......r,.-. .... .Mi' É Éni i.nHiiAlte.Vjft.iüV, ,,,.M THE CLAYTON NEWS Fhree of. a Kind .1 i í i ' .r. everyone knows Hit real Imsinrss of ('." Onnly is hi the Iianil'i of the Hoard of County (.. u...i. ; 'neTs. Members of litis Hoard should bo men of the best Inisl- 'ness ability, and immi who have the host interest of ev ery citizen at heart. The nominees of the Democratic Convention are men of that kind. Eneh is a success in his own business in bis own business endeavors, and each Is a true representative of the best citienry of the County. T. J. EDMONDSON LUIS GOMEZ H. G. MAGRUDER Should be elected if the a Hairs of the County arc to be conducted in' a fair and businesslike manner; If taxes are to bo kept on the downward plane and im provements on the upward Remember, when yen vote for County Commissioner, VOTE FOR THREE, and vote for the three hi the cen ter column of the liullot. in doing that no mist il.e can be made, nn;l yoit will bo voting for ymir luti-res...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 November 1918

k , 'y THE CLAYTON' NEWS c. i c y c v V t ri M V) V. 4 1:1 LC i Ml ABSTRACTS AND INSURANCE" The Clayton Abstract Co. Incorporated CLAYTON. NEW MEXICO M. P. HARVEY, Manager. Phone 223 ItsaBeneficialSign for those who want the best Lumber to take the hint from our "ehlngle." You can eare 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 Onr Stock of Screen Doors. STAR LUMBER COMPANY CLAYTON. A. E. MONTEITH, Manager. NEW MEXICO. DEMOCRATIC SHRAPNEL. TheBuildingSeason 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 TT Clayton q Lumber Co. New Mexico LET US FIGUIIB ON YOUIt ESTUIATE AND SAVE YOU MONEY. P. S.i Have Yon Bought a Liberty Bond? Vote for W. B. Walt...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 November 1918

TIIE CLAYTON NEWS A WORTHY SUCCESSOR To Juaii S. Duran as County Clerk was chosen by the - Democratic nominating convention. I'nhn rounty peo ple, as they should be, arc particular rcniina the cal j t ibre or their man oí all work; and Just anybody in the orriccs of County Clerk, Recorder, Clerk of the Probate Court, and Clerk of the District Court, will not suit their discerning Judgment A high class man is demand ed. To maintain the record ot efficiency set by Mr. Duran the Democratic convention realized that it must put forward Its very best, and in the person of Frank G. Casados offers the people of the county a Clerk of exceptional educational ability, integrity, and efficiency. Mr. Ca sados is a young man and possesses in a marked degree every necessary quaiflcation for the position qunlifl tions so woefully lacking in his principal opponent. To vote for the man the man who can fill Mr. Duran's place in the Duran way you will of necessity have to east your vote for Frank G. Ca...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 November 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS Good Advice From Republican Leaders and Press The official oigan of (lie Republican Nationaj Committee a weekly paper published in Washington hotly resents tho sugges tion that the people should "support the Commander-in-Chief or tin; Army and Navy" hy electing to congress this fall men who will slant! hy the President and his war policies. Under the heading "The People Will Punish the l'atriolecrs at the Polls," tho mouth piece of the Republican national organization lamely seeks to justify its virtual demand that opponents rather than supporters of the administration be entrusted with legislative commissions by the voters Unity of action in Washington is as essential to the success of the war as unity of command is cayential to military success on the battlefields of Europe. This is not. a theory; it is a fact. In past wars the people of America invariably have stood by the party in power during the heat of the conflict. They supported Lincoln in the trying days o...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 9 November 1918

Supremo Ikuirt Mr. Gambler r) te Answer O It is strange, but true. This is the second timo that Sheriff Ray Sutton, running on the Republican tick et, ha been-elected in this Democratic county. Of fcouráe ho is elected with Democratic voles, but that is not strange many men are elected with Democratic votes. The strange part of it is: How does Mr. Button harmonize the so widely divergent elements of bis support? .-Why is it that the ministers of the gospel preachers of the doctrines 6f the Goodly Nazarena the teachers, the gamblers, the bootleggers, and the scum, all seemingly devoutly believe their salvsticm depends upon Sutton? What is "The Tie That Binds?" .s. ;.', , :,. ",.,. , ' T) Mr. Preacher O The Answer Sñm i? Tf?T7 JiJ VOLtJMJ EMBVK fíl'KBBH FORTY-SIX. Clayton, New Mexico November 9, 1918 SUBSCRIPTION HAT TWO rOI.I,ARS FEB THAI EVEBY Í."EBÍCH1 SB0ÜLD JJ0 UNITED WAR CHARITIES With the influenza quarantino be- ing raisefi itf nearly all communities, the" way 'is being cleare...

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