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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 23 November 1918

Marea 8, 187. THE CLAYTON NEWS. THE CLAYTON NEWS Official Taper ! V.'B. I.aa4 Offle Count? ( VmUm GC O IV I ITT I K.nlrrrd la ha PoM Office at Clatna. I IVll 1 fi fn Xlexlcot as Second Claaa mall mm trr, October 2(1, 1B09, nader taa act of 1 ALL FOOLS ARK 'NOT DEAD. I OWNER and EDITOR $1.00 for Six Months. $2.00 per year. THANKFUL I AM tlinnkful that, lying on my buck In (nil grnsn, ntop n Mil, I have watched white clouds pnll over n eky of inensiirelcss blue. I n in thankful tluit on a moonlit night In tli desert I linvp heard 1 ho heartrending throb of nn Indian olinnt bearing n (lying chief to n heaven as real ns the desert 'onks. purple and blnck on the dim horizon. I tun thankful that I know a Now Englnnd town, clm-shadowcd. silent, with n graveyard ton !;,rgo for II, wherein lio men and women who be got the Nation In the name of find, and laid (hem down to die In death less faith. I am thankful that I have seen youngsters diving In an old swimming hole, that I have seen lovers...

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. — 23 November 1918

'oad of Colorados best a thi THE CLAYTON NEWS. I 1 Personal Paragraphs Herman Ley, of the Grandview ronnlry was in the city Thursday. 1 I l'fllll T QnlAn li Ktrna hnnii ft'lr . ' j Mill JJlOL 1 WIHÍ IIH il lirni I IIV'III .as, renewed his good wishes of our welfare by kicking in to our suh ' script ion fund. Mr. Lastor raised i a good crop this 'ydar and says In1 believes in supporting home industries. J. A. Arnhart, of Thomas, niadi 1 . ! us a an v oiinosuay. Mrs. Jc.-.s.' P. ::v.:.ot Fulton. Kv Ms visiting h.-r bivlhor, Hon Ogi- On a tour of the Grandview coun- yi, of t.rpnvillo l.is week. Mr. try north and west of town, we find 1 ''.V!' lr w',( ny- that the people there are not lack- ; t rnt li is wook and were pleasant cnll v;jov the stuff that makes this (M' at 11,0 w n'k'n- country grout. Everybody's crops " aro great and cattle are looking as P. W. "Dud" Snyder handed 'us sleek and fat as those described in 'the price yesterday to keep the lead New England novels. t ing newsp...

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. — 23 November 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS ABSTRACTS AND INSURANCE The Clayton Abstract Co. Incorporated CLAYTON. NEW MEXICO M. 1'. HARVEY, Manager. Phone 223 t 7$ hi ItsaBeneficialSign for those who want th best Lumber to take the hint 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 knot, warnings and all imperfections. Whether , you want It for indoor or out door work you will get su perlor Lumber from us. See Our Stock of Screen Doors. STAR LUMBER COMPANY A. E. MOXTEITH, Manager. CLAYTON. NEW MEXICO. THANKSGIVING Red sumac flames across the hi!L And in each wood-fringed hollow, I The autumn breeze among the trees ' Calls. "Follow, follow, follow!" j The pumpkins gleam like vagrant gold, i The grain is silver shining; The very clouds a' we unfold. To show a rosy lining! Red sumac flames across the hifl, ' Where fading sunlight lingers. And points the way for mo to stray. With soft, enchanted fingers An...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 23 November 1918

kotic-k I'Oil ri KMCATIO.V i )opm tment of the Interior, U. S. itnd Offlca nt Clayton, N. M., Oct. 30. nt. ! Nitlco in hereby niven that Hornet :. Hatisc, of T:ite, N. M , who, on March !. 191, made I to. next cart Kntry, Serial o. 02179S, for H. ,i H. cc. 2. an.'. . F.E. 14. Section 27, Townnhlp 24 l'.nnire K.. N. M. 1". Meridian, has Arthur Allen of Clayton, i . M, Oeorr,' N. Mm the s. of Vnnie, New Mexico. PKZ VALVEItm; Nov. .-Icc. 7. P.oglstcr. NOTICE Kilt PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, V. S. l. h.l Office, nt Cliijton, N. M., Oct. 2Ü, 1D18. Notice H hereby slvcn that GeorKo 5 led notice of Intention to make Three Floldr. Clayton, N. M., who, cn lear Proof, to mtablish claim to the AuE- 2. 1-1 ' Homestead Entry, irülove described, before Iteglatcr Serial No. I -.i fer 8W. 4. Section 8 J, Kecetver. U. S. Land Office, at '"""""'P naime it r,., . ai. i t nil i lavton. N. M, on the 19th day Pecemlier, 191S. i CliUrwnt ñamo aa witnesses: I Klm'o Ausborn, of Clfcyton, N. M.,...

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. — 23 November 1918

T1IE CLAYTON NEW3. FIRST THANKSGIVING "Aftr the fit a t hnrvoot Oovn-nor Bnul frr.l iiiTHrt'd a dnv of thnnkxKlvIng, nd, tti're Ix-liiy; but little food In the town, lit four men out fowling, that they mi-ht rejoice the more." old American J h.sturjr. WAS on n autumn nioriiliiK, wh?n, Two hundred yours no, l'uur sturdy Ply- mouth lighting men Marched In a I acred row Ad'iwii t lie .winding path tli.it led 1'itr fr"tu tho Bleeping town. To wlitr- the teal rik) inalliird rpod Ati' tho niamlirs brown. IS fowling piece R C '"jfrws P And oarh besides hml Rot IliH iiNtoln nnd a i;n(MÜy ploro i 1 1 iMiwticr unu or v is! ut; L .1' -a' 'ji -Qi'V.'i F.-nmht tho wary V Itiiiji hc woolly fon, Tlit- r:iv:if,i niittht lu iilii tho same And Mart to hunting them. "1 -or i Jw te LJLJU MILK along sanely track the .'t'Sril I p.iss.,1; thei -7 i"'M B loudly rliiBn B U i;a, , trusty plore " -.t I P tho skv Ih blacl :.Í'dV if With swiftly whir leys the i ink ill.-. Ixuvn cotno tho victims by the scoro. A...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 23 November 1918

THE CLAYTON NEW3 OFrendi Sugarlills DeslrgtedH -i tí i if' MB- ; . ii it a "-'. JV' W'i- -"'l í 'VS- ATTENTION HOMESTEADERS AU aTrtslas la tkU paper la ra carnet eordlac ta eaar Raa yaar aatlea af latcatloa ta autka araaf, alight, aatlfr aa at eaee. NOTICE FOR I'UBLICAT ION. France must Import sugar today, mqst of It from this side of the ocean, because the largest portion of French sugar beet land Is In Gcrmnn hands. As a result, the French people have been placed on sugar ration of about 18 pounds a year for domestic use; a pound and a half a month. This photograph rhows how the Germun troops destroyed French Riitrnr mills. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office, at Clayton, New Mexico, Oct. 28, 1918. Notice Js hereby given that Charlea Lewis Christ, of I'ennington, New Mex. Ico, who, on July 15th, 1918, made Homestead Entry, Serial No. 025391, for E. 1 SW. Í4. Sec. 26, and N. H NW. U, Section 35, Township 24 N., Ilango 81 E., N. M. I". Meridian, has filed notice of Intenti...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 23 November 1918

111 II LHk II ll'l IflVn A Mil I fklll tf.f.l wnn i n-r-'-n THE CLAYTON NEWS Good Crops Are of No Lasting Benefit If You Spend Every Year ALL That They Bring You. Make Your Successful Harvest Do More Than Merely Enable You to Live Until the Next One. Bank Your Proceeds, Chert: Out as Your Needa'Rcquire and See to it That There Is a Surplus Remaining at the End of a Year's Time'-. Clear Profit From Your Business. 'Hie Barrier Between You s :id Trouble Is Your Bank Account. "No Work" May be Snapping at the Heels of llic Laboring Man. "ReduKion of the Office Foroo" may bo Snarling Even Now at the Salaried Man. "Poor Crops" Sometimes Prowl Around the Farmers' Fields, and Yet a little Surplus in (lie Bank is a Barrier Across Which the Wolf oí 'Hard Luck" Can Not Come. . Protect Your Home and Yourself By Opening an Account With Us. . The Clayton National Sank First National Bank" Opens Quarters. In New SufKjfstions .Made for Filling Carton ! to Send to Yankee. Mr. II. .1 .Hammond. Sr., Pr...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 30 November 1918

An answer by one of the gentry "Say, I want to know something about this business. -What's doing when before election a sheriffs deputies tells you go ahead and gamble all you want to that jit ain't against the law and that you won't be bothered? Then after election after wev'e helped cop the Job for another two years the same sheriff and deputies jug the game and stick up the boys with directions to Kingdom's office. Say, there ain't nothing square about that, is there?" That's the answer in substance and sense fired at the editor Iriday morning by one of the at leged gambling gentry. It shows one side of the "harmonizing," and certainly contains thought "meet for re pentance" for the "harmonized" of any other side. It's from an unexpected quarter, but frank and honest.- UmtedlVarlVork -must go Over Top r? 1 Lrl1 AYTOM HEWS -VOI.IMK r.LEVR. StBEH FOHTY-MNE. Clayton, New Mexico, November 30, 1918 NinftCRIPTION HATE TWO DOLLARS FKR YHAH GOV. ANDREW H. BURKE GULLED TO LAST REWARD Hook...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 30 November 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS ABSTRACTS AND INSURANCE The Clayton Abstract Co. Incorporated CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO Jlf. P. II Alt E i ', ManaSvr. Phone 223 I Federal Food Administrator Regu lates Proflls for Dealers. ItsaBeneficialSign for those who want th best Lumber to take the hint from our "shingle." You can sare 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 ail 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 KfcP--l A' CLAYTON. A. E. MONTEITH, Manager. NEW B1EXIOO. 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 Clayton O Lumber Co. NewMexico LET US FIQUIU9 ON YOUR ESTIMATE AND 8AVH YOU MONEY. P. 8.1 Have Yon Bought a. Liberty Bond? FARM AND RANC...

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. — 30 November 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office at Clayton, N. M., Oct. 80. 118. Notce la hereby given that Homer E. Hause, of Tate, N. M., who, on March 6, 1916, made Homestead Entry, Serial No. 031798, for 8. H 8. 14., Sec. 26, ana A V4 SE. 14. Section 27, Township 24 N., Range 33 E., N. M. ' F. Meridian, ha . died notice of Intention to make Three Year I'roof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Register and Receiver, U. 8. Land Otflce, at Clayton, N. M., on the 19th day of December, 1918. Claimant names as witnesses: Elsie Ausborn, of Clayton, N. M., Ira Ausborn, It. C. Cook, (lack Walbumr all of Tate. N. M. PAZ VALVERDE, Nov.16 Dec.14. Register. NOTICE FOII PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office nt Clayton, New Mexico, Oct. 9, 1918. Notice Is hereby given that Howard C. MuHsuy, of Tate, New Mexico, who, on June 22, 1914, made Homestead En try, Serial No. 018040, for East hi. Sec tion 25, Township 24 N.,...

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. — 30 November 1918

TUB CLAYTOTÍ NEWS. THE CLAYTON NEWS Oficial Par' ( d . La a Ufftr ('notr o( Iiim G. C. SMITH OWNER mué EDITOR F.atrr4 la thr Paa ftffl at Claytm. Mrsle. aa lm4 Claaa atll er, October . IMI, aster the act ml Ma reft B, 18T. $1.00 for Six Months. $2.00 per year. r 0 Uncle Sam's Blunt Letter to Kaiser Bill. '. j If Wilhelm reads all the letters' addresed to him these days ho must be having a delightful time in the solitude of his war libary. Some of the miflives are full of good ad-: . vice. Others are grimly critical and a trille abusive, but most of them contain epithets that naturally would affect a ensalive nature, which, per haps, fortunately for himself, to say nothing of mankind, the kaiser does not seem to possess. What Uncle Sam should write him is indicated by Dr. Frank Crane, in the New York Globe, in an epistle which bristles with the ideas and language of most Americans con cerning the kaiser's peace over- Briefly acknowledging the re Clayton Has A Broom Corn Buyer. A Reco...

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. — 30 November 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS. t Are of No Lasting "Benefit If You Spend Every Year ALL That They Drinj You. Make Your Successful Harvest Do More Than Merely Enable You to Live Until the Next One. Bank Your Proceeds, Check Out as Your Needs Require and See to it Tl at There Is a Surplus Remaining at the End of a Year's Time-a Clear Profit From Your Business. The Barrier Between You and Troublo Is Your Bank Account. "No Work' May be Snapping at the Heels of" the Laboring Man. "Reduction of the Ofrico Forco" njay be Snarling Even Now at the Salaried hlan. "Poor Crops" Sometimes Prowl Around the Farmors' Fields, and Yet a little Surplus in the Bank is a Barrier Across Which tho Wolf of "Hard Luck" Can Not Come. Protect Your Home and Yourself By Opening an Account With Us. The Clayton National Bank DEATHS. Died In Service Eugenio Mares oí Trinchera is listed among those who died of dis ease on the Western front. Ellis Farley. Mr. George Farley of Seneca was, in town this week and informed us of the ...

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. — 30 November 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS M U Que wecr LII L rT I J rr ÍIUL ÍIUVC I JKJ UUTIC io lonn Victory? "Figures and Facts Speak Louder than Words, and su n unfair advertising as was given the State Bank of Commerce was unjust and a discrimination against ( ;her Banking institutions of the town, and its object was strictly for mercenary, deceptive purposes. Wr y 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 Tank report: Tlilrii l.ihci-( Imn Subscription of I'nion County Is as Follows: State Hank oí Commerce, Clayton, X. SI, Subscribed $S5.100.00 First National Hank, Clayton, N. M, Subscribed $08,500.00 Hank of Dos Moines, Des Moines, N. M, Subscribed 10,000.00 Clayton National Hank, Clayton, N. M.. Subscribed 5,000.00 lno. Co. T. & S. Jlank, Clayton, IS'. M., Subscribed 5.000.00 THT A I Q - $s-',ioo.o8 IWlALiO. $87,500.00 I'nited SUtes Certificates oí Indebtedness, wh...

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. — 30 November 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS KJiMin lírflcs U. S .Confidence Thai th only thing needed to in sure a year of proat prosperity is a termination on tho part of every, Lusiness man, big and little, to go ahead with absolute confidence in the future, is the contention of Thomas A. Edison, honorary presi-! dent of the naval consulting board, in a statement to his business asso ciates and friends -relative to peace and industry. There arc those who fear a busi-, ness depression," said Mr. Edison. "The surest way to bring on a de pression of business is to nurture fears and act hesitatingly. Wc now, have a national financial system that is capable of meeting practically any situation that can arise, and we do not need to fear difficulties from That quarter. Our farmers have har vested an enormous crop and the assurance of good prices, together with more plentiful labor, make cer tain a heavy planting next year. "The only thing needed to insure a year of great prosperity is a de termination on the part ...

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. — 30 November 1918

TUS OjlAYTCTI EEVT3. Sí ti 3 9 a s 5 S 3 Si s Va 5 WAIT BIG SALE BEGINS OTTO-JOHNSON FflERCANTILE CO. Clayton's Only Department Store LOW PRICE MAKERS DEC. 7 ENDS DEC. 14 L iIKI if: i h M f éit.i ,jiinih rffii . w.iv.Mi i wmTJii niiMiB ii iffjMtwan IHiliti i ri ip i mtu fc mi n wii iw,iiiniwJiwtmiw nwi.i - - -r-r-n n-mintil'''irii i n m i - . - --r - ------, j Beginning Saturday, Dec. 7th, Ending Saturday, Dec. 14th Never before in the history of High Prices or of Clayton, were you able to get the Bargains you will get at this Sale. Merchandise .at Less Than Wholesale Prices. Bring the family; dress them all from head to fcot. Save your Money at this Sale. 33 1-3 Per Cent Off and 25 Per Cent Off Dec. 7th to 14th 2L ""VP" ntire Stock of Ladies' Suits 33 -3 Off &:.()) Suits Salo Price $30.00 30.00 Suits, Siilo Price $20.00 $23.00 Suits, Salo Price . $16.65 922.50 Suits, Sale Price $13.00 918.50 Suits, Salo Price . $12.35 SAVE 50 PER CENT OF THE P1UCE OF YOL'R SUIT. 3.1 1-3 OFF OF ...

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. — 7 December 1918

that t:p to the time ho Isft the statu in r Just to keeP the record straight Certainly, thla paper la not popular with the gambling- and bootlegging; classes; and certainly, not being; popular with those classes It could not be expected to be overly popular with those who wink at their activities. Certainly, The News and Its editor could not be overly popular with a aheet that la edited In part by a Mara visitor. We are not Interested In Mara as a place of habitat or visitation, and our clientele and constituency among- its Imagined population Is altogether nlL We haven't a single subscriber In that postal sone. We are deeply concerned with things real and closer home for Instance, the prosperity and moral cleanliness of our town and community. That Is why we ask another question: Is The Cltlten In favor of getting rid of bootleggera and gamblers? It hasn't said so, but If It Is we would appreciate Its help. We extend a pressing Invitation to The Cltlten to share In the work. Be pro...

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. — 7 December 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS Encouraging to Stork growers .Stockgrovvers all over (lie west have leen very much at 'a regard ing the probable demand fur live stock after the war. It was confi dently predicted by many that pres ent prices would he cut in two, but since the armistice has been signed announcement has been made that this country will be called upon for duoble the quantities of food that ttavn been sent abroad during the war period. At the National Western Stock Show, in Denver, during tho week of January 18th, an effort will be made to inform the stockmen gener ally as to the real situation regard ing the demand for live stock after the war. While there has been an increase in the sheep and hog pop ulation, it is believed that the cattle population will show a material de crease during the past year. The government is going to try to help increase live stock production of all kinds and plans looking to that end will he discussed at the coming Den ver show, when it is expected that ...

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. — 7 December 1918

TIIE CLAYTON NEWS An Iiitcrrstuifl Letter From H. II. Isaacs Y. M. C. A. Worker, and Ilrother of Loral Hardware Mer chant, It. W. Isaacs. f Somewhere In France, October, 1911. 1 have Just returned from Paris where I went, aa stated in my previous letter, to get some sort of T. M. C. A. recogni tion for this section, where the boy have been without a canteen. In lessthan an hour after I had been In conference with one of the "hgher tips" at the main headquarters, I was handed a strong endorsement to the division secretary of this area, located at . . ... Bomewhere In France, about twenty miles from where I am located. I was In a most happy frame of mind over the successful outcome of my trip and started to attend to various mat ters entrusted to my care by the offi cers and men of the regiment. One of the requests were that I should secure from the American Express company six trunks that were stored with them. I antfclpated no trouble whatever, and I expected that the Ameilcan Expre...

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. — 7 December 1918

TTIE CLAYTON tíEWS. ) THE CLAYTON NEWS Official Tmprt f V, . Laa Office an4 Cwraf t l'xil ' G. C. SMITH OWNER ad EDITOR Karr4 la tac raat-Offlc at Clartm, New Mcxlca. aa Iwm4 Claaa MU Mat ter, Oetaber M, INt, aader tac art Marca 8, W 11.00 for Six Months. 12.00 por year. CITY DADS PASS PROHIBITION ORDINANCE PI BLICITV WORK. After waiting- for almost two montha for our atate officers to enforce the prohibition law and put an end to boot legging In Clayton, our town board decided to take the matter into their own hand and rid this town of the bootlegging; peat. At the last meeting of the city board, m ordinance calcu lated to make thla town a hot place for bootleggera was paased and ia published on another page of this laaue. We con gratulate our town board for this com mendable act on their part. The men of Unoln county who voted for prohi bition, did not Intend to close the open saloon and then permit a bunch of bootleggers to peddle whiskey in the dark alleys of Clayton. When we ha...

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. — 7 December 1918

u .Vol Onlv f)ni Romiliillnn. Rut. On llmipv Vnm (liaran! v Kni TUS CIJkYTOÜ NEWS. i Are of No Lasting Boneílt If You Spend Every Year ALL That They Bring You. Make Your Successful Harvest Do More Than Merely Enable You to Live Until the Next One.; . . ' Bank Your Proceed, Check Out as Your Needs Require and See to it TUt There Is a'Surphis Remaining at ' the End of a Year's Time a. Clear Profit From Your Business. The Barrier Between You and Troublo Is Your Bank Account. "No Work" May be Snapping at the Heels of the Laboring Man. "Reduction of the Office Forca" may be Snarling Even Now at the Salaried Man. "Poor Crops" Sometimes Prowl Around the Farmers' Fields, and Yet a little Surplus in the Bank is a Barrier Across Which the Wolf of "Hard Luck" Can Not Come. Protect Your Home and Yourself By Opening an Account With Us. The Clayton National Bank School Will Open December 16. At a meeting of the school board it was decided to open the schools Dec. 10. Apparently the "Flu" epi demi...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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