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

J,yll il ILj li iin-i . imritm m .rrrrvtrw y'.;' r"7í TIIE CLAYTON NEWS 4 -- ABSTRACTS AND INSURANCE The Clayton Abstract Co. Incorporati'd (the carrington family in CLAYTON. NEW MEXICO I M. 1 UAlllEY, Manager. . 1'honr 223 mm - ' 'A ti f V urn "7T 1 aT ft Its aBeneficialSign for those who want the best Lumber to take the hint from our "shingle." You can Bare 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. MONTEITII, Manager. NEW BIEXIOO. John 11. Carrington, Secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, of San Antonio. Teta, writes Dr. J. 8. Cernrnton of Thomas, New Mexico, as follows: "You are correct In saying tnut throe Carrington brothers left England for the Ilarbadoes. One of them died there, an old bachelor, and left ten ...

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. — 9 November 1918

TUB CLAYTON NEWS NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department or tne interior, u. . lAni Office at Clayton, N. M. October 7, 1918. Notice la hereby given that Dudley D. Falrcloth, of Clapham, N. M., who, on July 17, 1915, made Homestead Entry, erial No, 020486, for SEK NEK. EH SEK. of Section Í4. and Sffü NWK, -and 8W 1-4, Section 85, Township St N, Range S3 K., N. M. P. Meridian, haa filed' notice of Intention to make Three Tear Proof, to establish Claim to the land above described, before Register .and Receiver, U. S. Land Office at Clay ton, N. M., on the 14th day of Novem ber 1918, ' Claimant names as witnesses: Crus Gonzales, Cuy Nefser, Walt Howard and W. T. McCorrey, all of Clapham, N. M. FAZ VALVERDE. Oct. 12,-Nov. 9. - Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office at Clayton, N. M. September S4, 1918. Notice is hereby given that Clarence A. Pyle, of Clapham, N. M., who, on June 14, 1815, made Homestead Entry, Serial No.020283, for 8H NEK, SEK. NH SWK...

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. — 9 November 1918

es Till: CLAYTON NEWS. The VILLAGE CRIER COLUIR A CtJ ,,S7Í,wsRe,d" BL Joseph Hospital Clayton has never had an up-to dale hospital, but the Catholic Sis ter are to bo congratulated for thoir efforts along this line. Work has been started on the Si. Joseph hospital, but if llio building is to be completed the citizens of Clayton and Union county will have to sep-, arate themselves from some cash. All the. money donated up to dale for the building of a hospital in Clayton has been spent, and unless something is done and that soon, work on this much needed building will havo to stop. The. building, when completed, will have eomo forty rooms, and will be modern in every párticular. It will be a credit to Clayton, and it is up to our people to sec to it that these good Sisters fio not fail in their eN forts (o aid and assist the sick and helplem. If you have not already dono so, you should see Sister Mar garet at tho Winchester hospital, or leave your donation at The News office. We are...

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. — 9 November 1918

ron hft hnsiest man in Clavtnn. I "" ' m,;ni ''-' THE CLAYTON NEWS rs. w. Isaacs receives let-' TEH mOSI TREASURY REIT. Organization Clayton, N. M, October 20, 1918. Mr. R. P. Swofford, War Havings It V. Isaacs deserves much credit for tho Fpieniid work he did as 'Action. War Loan Organization Chairman of the W. Í?. S. Committee. Hour Sir: Union County subscribed her quo-, ta of War Savings Stamps. Mr. t. W. Isaacs was Chairman of the Wor Savings Stamps campaign for Permit me to thank i; heartily on behalf of U' i courfr, and my self, for your kind on. o' iho 2trt THE RILL OF C1V1LIATM AAIST GERMANY Union County, and during that thime ' un'on come ami uaymn. was working all tho limo with i Ir ! "ds' he He was working . but one object in view, and that was to see that the people of this county did not slack nn the job or. fall short of their patriotic duty. The following is a letter receved addressed to-Mr. Isaacs from thr- Sin II V.I- Hold Your Liberty Roods Of the many millions of ...

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. — 9 November 1918

IP G s: y n n Worl Sulbscrifo One Three Three Strikes! Oermariy Out! WIN! OUR ONE OBJECTIVE Remember Tlie Staite Bank of Gommerce Leads Union County in Real War Work Watch this Space Next Week THE STATE BANK OF COFMtCE THE BANK OF THE PEOPLE - 1- A TYPICAL SOLDIER GATHERING 4 vr k " " ' 1 - - "V NX wager OIL LEASES TAÍSEN iiu cuijr jai i ui umun couniy. oame royalty paid as in other Oil fields. Don't delay devel opment by putting it off. . See U. E. DODSON Clayton, New Mexico Of Gee with Clayton Abstract C(k :: :: Phone 223 or 131 The Army T. M. ft A. Ii the rathering place of the soldiers la every camp. It U hit sabstltote for home, and he soon learns to go there when he ie threatened with homesickness. He Is seldom disappointed, for the T" alo sma i -aomeiniog acxog an ue nine. This crowd was too bis to ret Inside the bulldln. so they had the Drotrram oataid. The añidiera r i!fntn to lecture oa mental and physical cleanliness by Dr. Clerk, a noted sex lecturer. Too picture was tak...

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. — 9 November 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS ÜE1EGKAGE-QF ÜA0 GRIGS m DAGKIC38. I- fill! f' i ! I ...r;frJ?f í : -i ! Í t- 5 Ot: i . 'M ' v-V'ClV r--v'' V - . Í , anNMafWWSWOee' Fassed by tli Censor. Copyright 191S. I V rffc fc. 9 m u ft -4 III SPECIAL SL'nsCItlPTION OFFER. For the next thirty days v will give The Clayton New?, the leading Newspaper of Un ion County and tho Thricc-a-wtck edition of tUo New York World, both ono year for $2.23 You want the homo ncv. 3 and tliorefoVe ran not bo without your local paper. You want the World War news and tho llirice-a-wcek edition of the New York World will givo you tho information you desire. 'Jake Advantage of thia special inscription offer and lend In your subscription today. Tin; Clayton News is $2.00 pa- year. The New York World h .$1 00 per year. Hoth papers for 92.25 per year if you subscribo now. Cut this ad out and send it in to the -Clayton News. "What, do you want, more of these or mor Liberty Bonds?" asks a war correspondent. Is a mute plea for the great...

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. — 9 November 1918

it1 Good Crops Are of No Lasting Benefit If You Bpond Every Year XLL That They -Dring You." Make Your Successful f Harvest Do More Than Merely Enable You to Live Until the Neil One. Bank Your Proceeds, Check Out as Your Needs Require and 8ce to it That There Is' a Surplus Remaining at the End of a Year's Time a Clear Profit From Your Business. The Barrier Between You a: 1 Trouble Is Y'our Bank Account "No Work" May be Snapping at the Heels of the Laboring Man. "Reducii" n of the Office Forca" may be Snarling Even Now at the Salaried Man. "Poor Crops" Sometimes Prowl Around the Farmers' Field?, and Yet a little Surplus in i Bank is a Barrier Across Which the Wolf of "Hard Luck" Can Not Come. . Protect Vour Home and Yiwrwlf By Opening an Account With Us. The Clayton National Bank Miss Margaret Scars, Dead Margaret Sears, 14 year old daugh ter of Mrs. Celia Sears, died Sunday, November 3rd, from an attack of influenza. Litllo Miss Margaret had been living with the family of W. H. Lynch...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 November 1918

lis in sn mnnv nlnena IhrnnfiininD ...:n . i.i lliein l-'o. Give us the Why and Wherefores-- Neither tho preacher nor the gambler ha9 answered the question asked, in this space last issue. The gist of tho question is: "How docs Mr. Sutton harmonize. the so widely divergent elements of his support?" With out attempting to answer one preacher very strenuously objected to being put in the same voting class with, gamblers. The gentleman should remember that he did that himself. We disclaim any responsibility. Tho question is simple yet it is hard. It is hard for the voter who boasts that he votes "for the roan," and for the man whom he believes will uphold his principles. We admit that is a Waterloo for the prohibitionist who al lowed himself io be "harmonized" into the Sutton bandwagon. Hut surely intelligent mon can give tho answer. The answer is easy if one were right 11 MEWS -VOL.1 ME ELEVEN, HFMRER FORTY-SEVEN. Clayton, New Mexico, November 1 6, 1 9 1 8 SUBSCRIPTION RATE TWO DOLLAR...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 November 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS. i 3 i TGne waiir vcsir Wiaf have YOU done CZ3EZZ3 rt , ii i v "Figures and Facts Speak Louder than Words, and such unfair advertising as was given the State Bank of Commerce was unjust and a discrimination against other Banking institutions of the town, and its object was strictly for mercenary, deceptive purposes. Why not play fair and give every body due credit? Then there will be no need for complaint or exposure " Clayton Citizen. The following exposure is taken from the Federal Reserve Bank report: Third Liberty Loan Subscription of I'nloii County Is as Follows State Hank of Commerce. Clayton, X. M., Subscribe! SS5.100.00 First National Bank, Clayton, X. M., Hank of Des Moines, Des Moinos, N. M, Clayton National Bank, Clayton, X. M.. Unñ. Co. T. & S. Bank, Clayton, N. M.. Subscribed Subscribed Subscribed Subscribed $$8,500.00 19,000.00 5,000.00 15,000.00 TOTALS: .$8:i,100.0() 7.500.00 I'nitoil States Certificates of Indebtedness, which every Hank and Trust...

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. — 16 November 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS OFFICE OF FEDERAL BUREAU OF MARKETS OPENED IN N.M. Increased pro Judión of Pinto beans in the state of New Mexico till year has brought about now problems of marketing the crop. En couraged by the extension service of the. New Mexico Agricultural col lege ami the 1 various county agri cultural agents throughout the state, producers have perfected the or ganization of a marketing agency, the New Mexico Kean Growers As sociation. These organizations have called the attention of the United States department of agricultu.-o to the local situation, and a represen tative of the bureau of markets has been sent to this section. A Held station of the bureau has been es tablished at Albuquerque, for the purpose of publishing market in formation. Beginning with the issue of Wed nesday, November , a semi-weekly bulletin will be issued from tin? lo cal office on Wednesdays and Sat urJays throughout the shipping sea pon. The information published in these bulletins will be assemb...

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. — 16 November 1918

.......i. ...i. ...:n ... : .. ii. . I THE CLAYTON NEWS. 4 'I I The VILLAGE CRIER COLUMN A Column of OPPORTUNITIES for Every News Reader Rate: One Cent per Word per Issue i) 4 Influenza Continue to Spread f i Monday morning of this week tlie people of Clayton rejoiced over the thought that the epidemic of influ- yémi had passed. Pool halls and the atres were permitted to open up. learned that more than thirty cases of "Flu" existed in the town of Clay ton. Tho city board held a special v meeting and ordered all non-essential business houses closed. Some have seen fit to criticise the board for its action, but it is our opinion that they have done the right thing. We can sympathize with Mr. nan kin, who owns the'only picture show in Clayton, and we an also sympa thize with the pool hall owners, for it is sure to mean a financial loss lo these people. It is a misfortune which may come to all of us during a life time, but we should not grieve over the loss of a few dollars when the liv...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 November 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS Clayton Notary Club an Association of Nick-Names The Clayton Rotary Club is com posed of Clayton's loading business men. Each member has a nick-name and al their regular luncheons each Thursday each member is addressed by íiis nick-name. Below we give the names of each member, his oc cupation and nick-name. Name Occupation Nick-name Carl Eklund, Hotel man, Uro. Carl. M. C. Johnson, Merchant, Mike. H. R. Mills, Minister, Bub. Simon Herzstein, Merchant, Bro. Sim. J. H. Hankin, Theatre man. Slats. J. . WikofT, Gárage man, Tin Lizzie. O. C Smith, State Sen. Goat Smith. Ira L. Pennington, Real estate - -Pig Boy. Ray Sutton, Sheriff, Buffalo-Bill.' T. W. Schultz, Farmer Honest to God Farmer. G. G. Granville, Coal dealer, Granny. L. P. James. Cattleman. Lite H. B. Woodward, Attorney, Hughoy. ' J. V. Roberts, Pharmacist, Jack.1 G. II. Blakrley. Banker, L. F. Fru!.i. I n-ist, T. H. Hixey, Luuki r, Ir. J. C. Kisner, Physician O. T. Toonms, Lawyer, Brother Oscar H. J. Hammond ...

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. — 16 November 1918

THE CLAYTON NEW3 i ' i TOM I ABSTRACTS AND INSURANCE The Clayton Abstract Co. fncorpoijrfed CLA f, NEW MEXICO JIT. J'. HARVEY, Manager. Phone 223 ItsaBeneficialSign for those who want th best Lumber to take the hint from our "shingle." You can save V fc VS si vs a v ISj WUiU u v v and still bex'sure of the best qualltlesla hard and soft woodsv fully seasoned and free tfom knots, warplngs and alLr Imperfections. Whether yx want It for Indoor or out door work you will get su perior Lumber from us. Soo Onr Stork of Screen Doors. STAR LUMBER COMPANY CLAYTON'. A. E. MONTEITH, Manager. NEW MEXICO. TheBuildingSeason The Building Season Is here, buy before yon build or make that ad dition to your Building See Us fr the Befet In Lumber and all Build ing Material. Our Stock Is CoAiplete' The Big Clayton JO rofibul Lumber Co. New Mexico LET US FIGÜIIH ON YOUR ESTIMATE AND SAVE YOU MONEY. P. S.l Have Yon Bought Liberty Bond? FARM AND RANCH LOANS SCOTT AND BLAGKMER 1 y: We Are in a Position to l...

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. — 16 November 1918

Vences Leal, Martin Lucero, all of Pas f"Ex- í THE CLAYTON NEWS NOTICE! FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Clayton, N. M., Oct. 80, 1918. Notce Is hereby given- that Homer K. Haune, of Tate, N. M., who, on March 6. 1916, made Homestead Entry, Serial No. 021798, for S. 14 S. 14, Sec. 28. ana . 14 SE. 'A. Section 27, Township 24 N., Range 33 E., N. M. P. Meridian, has died 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 Clayton, N. M., on the 19th day of December, 1918. Claimant name as witnesses: Elsie Ausborn, of Clayton, N. M., Ira Ausbom, R- C. Cook, Jack Walbum, all of Tate. N. M. PAZ VALVERDE, Nov.16 Dec.14. Register. NOTICE FOR PUULICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Clayton, New Mexico, Oct. 9, 1918. Notice Is hereby given that Howard C. Massay, of Tate, New Mexico, who, on June 22, 1914, made Homestead En try, Serial No. 018040, ...

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. — 16 November 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS Good Crops Arc of No Larting Benefit If You RDftwTEvery "Year ALL That They Bring You. Make Your Successful Harvest Do Afore Than Meily"f!nable Y'ou to Live Until the Next One. Bank Your Proceeds. CJwlfout as Your Needs Reauire and See to it That There Is a SurDlus RemaininK at e a Clear Profit From Y'our Business. irrierjfflween You rnd Trouble Is Your Bank Account. ".No Work May be Snapping at the Heels of Man. "Reduction of the Office Forca" may be Snarling Even Now at the Salaried Man. "Poop Sometimes Prowl Around the Farmers' Fields, and Yet a little Surplus in the Bank is a Barrier Ccross Which the Wolf of "Hard Luck" Can Not Come. Protect Your Home and Yo.irsclf By Opening an Account With Us. The Clayton National Bank OFFICIAL KETl'RXS ELECTION 1 o. A. Davison 1347 III"! I) NOVEMBER 5 Thomns A. Medina. 88 III.LII . FOR JUSTICE OK KL'I'REME COURT ' ,H. F. Itaynoliis, 1111 Below is the official returns as n. h. Hanna 1374 canvassed by the Board of County! a. Ja...

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. — 23 November 1918

Please, Somebody, Make Answer A man, whatever his avocation or profession, should havo a reason for tho faith that is in him. If he is a public servant, such as a minister, an official, or an editor, he should bo able to give a good and suffi cient reason for his every action that effects the public weal. Such an one should bo able easily and read ly and willingly fb answer the question: "How does Mr. Sutton harmonize tho so widely divergent elements of his support?' especially when such an one was among those harmonized. Of course we know the answer, and expect to give it in this very space if our invitation to the "harmonized" is not soon accepted. If we do it will be bare and bald and plain as Webster; short, just, and sweetly frank; indisputable and unafraid. UnitedWarWork --Subscribe Today 1 1 1 Mm VOl.I MK l".I,KVE. SVMI1KR I'OIITV-KIGHT. Clayton, New Mexico, November 23, 1918 SI I1SCRIPTION RATH TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR TION IN UNION COUNTY Fnnnurnírníl hv flirt liicrh ni'in.n ri...

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. — 23 November 1918

TOtkb weir os ovcscr What have YOU done EZ3EZZ3 . r . i r i v ro 3nng k xcioryf "Figures and Facts Speak Louder than Words, and stn h unfair advertising as was given the State Bank of Commerce was unjust and a discrimination against cllier Banking institutions of the town, and its object was strictly for mercenary, deceptive purposes. Why not play fair and give every body due credit? Then there will be no need for complaint or exposure 'Clayton Citizen. The following exposure is taken from the Federal Reserve Dink report: Third Libert Loan Subscription of I'nioii County Is as Follows State Hank of Commerce, Clayton, . M., Subscribed $S5.t00.00 First National Hank, Clayton, N. M., Hank of Dos Moines, Des Moines, N. M, Clayton National Bank, Clayton, N. M t'no. Co. T. & S. Bank, Clayton, N. M., Subscribed Subscribed Subscribed Subscribed $08.500.00 19,000.00 5,000.00 5.000.00 TOTALS: .$83,100.00 $87,500.00 I'nitetl States Certllicatrs of Indebtedness, which every Hank and Trust Co...

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. — 23 November 1918

Interesting Letter From SI. II. Isancs, Y. SI. C A. Worker, and Brother of Local Hardware Mer chant, K. V. Isaacs. ."I firmly believe God will punish Ger many na never a nation has been pun ished" This In the comment of Murria H. laaacs, Clnclnijattl Insurance nmn.now loln? "Y" work In France, In a letter received by relatives, written after nil first glimpse of devastation left In the wake of the German retreat. " Mi Isaacs Is with his Bon, Captain Stanley Isaacs, but ho had a narrow es cape from being separated from his son and breaking the vow he made to re main with him during- the war. After three weeks search he found his son's regiment. Mr. Isaacs relates several Interesting incidents In his letter and tells of meet ing Clncinnattl friends. Ho writes: "I am stll alive and so Is the boy. We still are toKctlur and will remain so until the end of this most cruel war fare, unless God decrees It otherwise. 1 mlKht as well ntart from the begin ning and try and relulo ns briefly as ...

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. — 23 November 1918

ay to li A: tí (vol 1 : i;--. hrav devot!'-:i it t'.v.'.y l h"CU i.-'ces-'ery THJ3 ULA'iU niüwa" "DlaACoffeG ir r UJ lor 1WQ lo ATlumkstfivi A . " - 7 ti l'Vl TA F HOSE li tters can wait until I'rlday, Miss Johnson. To morrow we're closed, you know." "Very well. sir," said Mies Johnson. "l'ou don't seem to be es pecially pleased," contin ued Mr. Brown. "Most of Jie girls welcome o holiday. They can deep nnd then go out dancing with mine fine young m;in. Ain't yon pot u young unit), Miss Johnson? I'orhnps you've not been long enough In the City. Well, well, take your time. There's a lot rif these younpsters who ciin make love all right, nil. right, but when It cunes to furnishing the home they'd hnve a hard time doing It on i the Installment plan. The salaries of young men ain't so big these days." Mr. l'.rown was manager of the Jones ic dishing Wholesale Glass tind Crockery company, lie was u hug" penlleman with watery blue eyes, fat lips nnd pudgy hands. "I suppose you'll he missin...

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. — 23 November 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS NEW REGULATION .FOR HOG MARKET. In accordance with the policy of the Food Administration since its foundation to consult representative men in the agricultural industry on occasions of importance to special branches of the industry, on Octo ber Z there was convened in Washington a meeting of the Live Stock Subcommittee of the Agricultural Advisory Board and the special mem bers representing the swine industry to consider the situation in the hog market. N 1 The conference lasted for three days, and c'urir? Ihis time met with the executive committee of the fifty packing firr. j a-.L-ipating in for eign orders for pork products and with the members of the Food Ad ministration direting foreign pork purchases. The conclusions of the conference were as follows: Tb entire marketing situation has so changed since the September Joint conference as to necessitate an entire alteration In. the piona of price mobi lization. The current peuce talk has alarmed the holders of corn...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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