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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 7 December 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS ABSTRACTS AND INSURANCE The Clayton Abstract Co. ltc(.roratcd CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO I M. J'- HARVEY, Manager: Phone 223 i FU', PAST AND PRESENT ItsaBeneficialSign for those who want tn best Lumbar to take tho hint from our "shingle." You can sare a lot of money by buying here and (till be aure of the best qualities In hard and loft woods fully seasoned and free from knots, warnings and all Imperfections. Whether t you want It for Indoor or out- door work you will jet su perior Lumber from us. Se Onr Stock of Screen Doors. STAR LUMBER COMPANY V.t:"i j'.i.-t..-- .-íH CLAYTOX. 4- E. MOXTEITH, Manager. NEW MEXICO. The Building Season The Building Season Is here, but before you build or make that ad dition to your Building See Us for the Beet In Lumber and all Build ing Material. Our Stock Is Complete. The Big ITf Lumber Co. Clayton JJ J New Mexico LET US FIGURE ON YOUIi ESTIMATE AND SAVE YOU MONEY. P. S.i Have You Bought a Liberty BondT FARM AND RANCH LOANS SCOTT AND BLAC...

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. — 7 December 1918

monte, N. M. Vences Leal, Martin Lucero, all of Pas THE CLAYTON NEWS NOTICR FOB PIBLICATIOX Arthur Allon of Clayton, 1. M.. George, Department of the Interior. U. S. N. Matthews, of Vance, New Mexico. Land Office at Clayton, N. M., Oct. 80, PAZ VALVERDE. 1918. Nov. 9. -Dec. 7. Register. i 2 Notre is .hereby given that Homer " Tp;. Hausr, of Tate. N. M., who, on March' 6, 116, made Homestead Entry, Serial' De . no. 021798. for S. 14 8. 14, Bee. 26, and 1-nd NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the -Interior, U. H. nd Office, at Clayton, N. M-, Oct. 28, u u. RTC. U. flection 27. Tnwnnhln 21 1918, N., Range 33 E., N. M. P. Meridian, ha' Notice is hereby given that George filed notice of intention to make Three w- Fields, of Clayton, N. M., who, on Year Proof, to establish claim to the Aug. 2, 191E, :...!-- K.imestoad Entry, land above described, before Register Serial No. 02uBiiU, for b .V. 14. Section J5, and Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at (Township 27 N., Range S E., N. M. P. Clayto...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 7 December 1918

THE OiJLYTON NEWS 3 9 WAIT BIG SALE BEGINS OTTO-JOHNSON MERCANTILE CO. Clayton's Only Department Store LOW PRICE MAKERS DEC. 7 ENDS DEC. 14 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 yoii will get at this Sale. Merchandise at Less Than Wholesale Prices. Bring the family; dress them all from head to foot. Save your Money at this Sale. 33 1-3 Per Cent Off and 25 Per Cent Off Dec. 7th to 14th - Entire Stock of Ladies9 suits 33 1-3 Off $5 '-; :. i $Í5.00 Suits Sale Price $.'J0.0ü 8.10.00 Suits, Sale Price 520.00 $25.00 Suits, Sale Price $16.65 $22.50 Suits. Sale Price . . $15.00 $18.50 Suits, Sale Price $12.!J5 SAVK 50 PER CENT OF THE PRICE OF Ol'R SI IT. .1.1 1-3 OFF OF LADIES' AM) CHILDREN'S COATS $05.00 Ladies' Plush Coals, Sale Price $13.35 $50.00 Ladies" Plush Coats, Sale Price $33.33 $30.00 Ladies' Coats, Sale Price $20.00 $25.00 Ladies Coats, Sale Price $16.65 $18.50 Ladies' ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 14 December 1918

1 :.. 11. : 1 t 1 Hut mmi lin n I .2 ill Plifi.n ilii ir..,.n McKntaggart Lucero This is no Mars yarn just sense Oh, well! If they won't answer our questions, we will tell you something. You know thi sheet always lias something going and something coming. It never runs empty like so many of its contemporaries. If an oppor tunity for it to do good doesn't show up it gets out and digs it up, and passes the good news right along to its readers. That's why it has so many moro readers. Every man and woman of Union county is of course inter ested in what the New Mexico legislature will do of good and bad from January 1st to March 1st. Tho way to know is to read The News. Our editorwill be right there a minority member of the outfit and will hand it to you straight. You must not miss it. Send in your subscription at once. Maybo there will bo another Jimmy. Don't wait to he asfedRed Cross 15 r ' TOLL' MB ELEVEN. XIIHRER KIFTY-OXE. Clayton, New Mexico, December 14, 1918 SUBSCRIPTION rati: TW...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 14 December 1918

mm. foch's THEORY OF WAR TUB CLAYTON NEWS ÍJrcat Leader Is Puzzle to Huns. Docs Not Apply Scirnre of Mathematics oft IS very Opcnsion. Was Corps (lóimnandrr When War (lame. "Uno who knows liini" gives a viv id, sketch of Marshal Foch in the li'jndon J'ictorial, which explains wTiy the retreating iiennans wore im;Ule oitlior to understainl orwith Hlrynl the attacks of tin? reat Frrneli roifiniandor. II reveals a character rather dif ferent from that which the newspa per's have impressed upon the pub lic mind, hut the picture is none the Ir.ss interesting and Muil-filling. His theory of war tran.'laled Into Yan-i k(jc terms, seems to be that Iho army tliijt "never knows when it is licked" will always he the winner. To quote: "A battle won is a battle in which one will not admit oneself vanquish ed?'' 'ill e author of this aphorism was a .tdinily built man of middle height, w.Ihj had been quietly smoking cigars lluyugliout a memorable February day just three years ago.. 'TVnd a battle ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 14 December 1918

TOE CLAYTON NEWS KEPT PLEDGE TO SEND BREAD ! t .INCREASE FOOD EXPORTS American Nation Maintained A: lierl Loaf Through Self Denial at Home Table. ' AVERTED EUROPEAN DESPAIB With Military Demand Upon Ccea Shipping RelieveJ, World It Able to Return to Normal White Wheat Oread. America Called on by End War to Supply Added Millions. of ECONOMY STILL NEEDED. Over Three Times Pre-War Shipments Required Situation (n Wheat and Fat Provea Government's Policy Sound. Since the advent of the latest wheat crop the only liuiilntton upon Ameri can exports to Europe lins been the j shortage of shipping. Between July 1 and October 10 wo shipped C5,US0,;'.0.'i bushels. If this rate should continue ' until the end of the fiscal year we will have furnished the Allies with more i than 2.'!7,roo,000 bushels of whent anil ! flour in terms of wheut. I Ttin ...... 1 P ...... ..I ....., :nnd conservation efforts In the United States bus been that with the cessa tion of hostilities we are able to re- turn to ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 14 December 1918

; ; Where do you Buy your Groceries? I CHRISTMAS IS FRAJICR. , Have you tried AZAK'S? the Corner Store? Follow your neighbor to AZAR'S Store to do your Christmas Shopping. Make OUR Store YOUR Store Wp Hair a Complete Line ot Groceries and Dry Goods. JSpteiul 1'rlccs this week on all Gallon Cans of Fruit CLAYTON NEW MEXICO CLAYTON PLANING COMPANY WE ARE PREPARED TO DO ALL KINDS OF .MILL WORK GIVE I S A TRI AL AND YOU WILL BE A SATISFIED CUSTOMER ALL WORK GUARANTEED CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO V. P. HUNTER, Manager CLAYTON - - NEW MEXICO A friend of mine recently returned after serving over a year In a Red Cross hospital on the western front. She told me of the severe cold there, when they were allowed only three lumps of coal a dny to heal their huts. Even In the hospitals they could have heat only three hours a day. The rest of the time the men had to lie quietly In bed and try to keep warm. While she was serving; in that hos pital during one of the big- attacks they received from 760 to 10...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 14 December 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS .tr m rnl 1 M J3 ' j Common Sense Views of a Former fit x This used to be flss and many a jolly afternoon they had, too, with their aces, and hearts, and jacks, and trumps. Then the war came I Brothers, husbands, sons, sweethearts left home to be aces of the air, jacks of the navy or trumps of the American Army. The afternoon meeting? continued but the scenes changed to Red Cross workrooms. And serious, busy fingers of hundreds of thousands of patriotic Amer ican women worked day in and day out to alleviate the suffering of their loved ones, and yours, too, who responded so .gallantly to the country's needs. They gave their time, and energy, and devotion to the ged Cross cause of hu manity, without stint or murmur their work has been one of the finest, most enduring examples of unselfish service of America's whole war experience. Those wonderful women have made the foundation of future Red Cross work, in a big way, possible. That work must go on. of course as long a...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 14 December 1918

-" " ' ii.ii rijwii iii.-r i nal THE CLAYTON NEWS. TIM CLAYTON mWS Official raprr of I', ft. Land Offli r and ( onnlr of 1 nonl J. V. k)iVli 1 II MpIpo, nn Hrrnnd ln mail wi:k and i:iitoii Kntrrrd In the rat-(ff Icr nt Clayton. mnt- ler, Oclobrr 2l, llHMt, under the art of March S, 17 $1.00 for Six Months. $2.00 per year. Either Jealousy, I'eur or Cussed nrss. During these moment, mis varying degrees tlioy nil feel as Roosevelt floes. They simply can't i furtivo Wilson for being president, ilavs Urst; ami secondly, one of the ac whfn our President is playing one of the leading roles in Irving to pre serve the fruits of victory, from re publican leaders in Washington and, elsewhere in Um country come wail ing.vthal President Wilson should be forestalled in his efforts to bring about a League of Nations to en force peace. From these sources come warnings that while they dislike to undertake responsibility for blocking the formal execution of a Treaty of Peace, yet they may feel called...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 14 December 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS Good Crops yV lv - - Are of No Lasting benefit If You Speml Every Year ALL That They Urins You. Make Your Sueoeesful Harvest Do More Than Merely Enul.l You to Live Until tho Next One. Hank Your Proceeds. Check Uut as Your Needs Require and See to it That There Is a Surplus Remaining at (ho End of a Year's Time a Clear lMolit. From Your Business. The Barrier Between You and Trouble Is Your Bank Account. "No Work" May bo Snapping' at the Heels oí the Laboring Man. "Reduction of the niYiro Forco- may bo Snarling Even Now at tho Salaried Man. "Poor Crops' Sometimes Prowl Around the Farmers' Fields, and Yet n litlle Surplus in tho Bank is a Barrier Across Which the Wolf of "Hard Luck" Can Not Come. Protect Your Home and Yourseir Hy Openiuu an Account With Us. The Clayton National Bank I Personal Paragraphs s J. W. Kitts, who lives flvo miles east of Clayton on the Gulf highway, was in town Wednesday. K. C. McClellan of near Hayden, was in Clayton on business Tuesday and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 14 December 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS S i,; ti ! ! l) u' - üJÜiiWsiaJlS " J. C. Terrill, innnagrr of tho Clay ton Produce company, made a bus ines trip to Trinidad this week. Mr. and Mrs. Hud Kinpson were in Clayton Thursday and while here paid the News office a visit. Fly your I! Ill i Add a small Red Cross on your fla for raci one of yutir family who i a 1919 member. You get a button, too, when you join. WEAR TííAT ON YOUrt COAT. "Red C:'oss workers have de finite instructions not toencour age any one to join more than once. When you wear your button 'ñt lets those workers know you "Tbelong th they won't ask you again. The work of the Red Cress must go on it will go on, and you must make it possible. This is Red Cross Week. It is the only opportunity you will have to join the Red Cross, for the year 1919, or to re new your old member ship. As soon as you join and get your flag, put it in the front window of your home let all the world know you are a member of that great organization of humanity and th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 14 December 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS MEAT PRODUCERS DID FULL DUTY Increase in American Hogs Will Help to Meet World Fat Shortage. FARMERS SAVE SITUATION. Government Justified In Stimulation of Pork Production Sevenfold Increase Over Pre war Export. Through Increased production and consorvnllon we will be nble this yinr to export seven times our prewar avoriipe exports of pork products. With tfle henvy demands ndded In car ing f:r the millions who luive been freed from Gerinnu oppression, the Department of Agriculture nnd the food Administration nre Justllied to day In our every action of stimulation of hog production. In the coming year the greatest world shortage will be la fats, nnd pork will help to save this situation. The edlcncy of the policy of stimulated production has built i:p In this country supplies which will en able us to supply u very large part of the fat deficiency of the world. In beef there must be a shortage In Ku rope, due largely to limited refrigera tor ship capacity. All freezer...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 14 December 1918

THE CLAYTON NEWS "7 t-4 I .. .. FARM AND RANCH LOANS SCOTT AND BLACKMER We Are In a Position to Handle Loans Promptly, on Good Terms niid nt n Low Unto With Prepayment Priviliflcs. If You Arc l liinklng of Making a Loan Sec L's or Write and We Will Cull On You. Over $2,000,000 Loaned in the Pan handle last year OFFICE IN THOMPSON BLDG. R. G. SCOTT, INSPECTOR Patriots Plenty Buy less - Serve less Eat ony 3 nv als a day Waste nothing bur ueste tvill cheer fuljy snare simple fare DeProuJ to be a food s'vver i 'i i c i i r. it a i. i STOP your Losses From BLACKLEG Uy using the Kansas Germ Freo 131ackleg Vaccine, originated at the Manhaltcn Agricultural College, and made for us by its originator, Dr. Ilaslam. One doso gives them protection for life, uso at branding or dehorning lime. This is the Vaccine that, has got the results hero for two years, given permanent protection I o 10,000 head of cattle in this sec tion of the country. Get t he one that you know is alright. Don't bo the goa...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 14 December 1918

liiu lililí niu j vtvJni i ii rii, i v: l vri c itrgi c TIIE CLAYTON NEWS Four Candidatos for Speakership of Trinldud Bean & Elevator Company Now Mexico Legislature NOTICE FOR PIBLICATIOX On The Job Department of the Interior, U. S. Somebody told you wrong. Wo'ro ?f"d fflce l carton. N. M. Oct. io. Tim light for the speakership of), " .. ...... Notlce hereby Rlven lhat Fred . iict.t mjci ijf-vn n uuj .tuu iuuiu not jonKini, 01 fenningion, new Mexico, the house is now on. V. H. H. Llew ellyn, former speaker, II. L. liara, W. E. Blanchard, and Sedillo, are tlio sell heans on the Clayton market wh. on November 4, 1915, made Home. this season. Worth today $5.73, re. e"lal ""'V?.8 four randidates now asking for the c 00,10,1 .J?818' Day l,,,one 1CC; n,hl lu 1 and 2, Section e. Town.hip t Di-ivileKO or weildin the eavcl dur-',),10I, 12 N" Rane " E- N r Merldlan' haB lUMHgO 01 well ling ino gaVCI aur-Th Xrill,(lml Bean & Klovator Cfl.'nted notice of Intention to make Final KOTICK F...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 14 December 1918

THE OjJLYTOH NEWS Waal KARiND 5 t 1 a I 1 ircDir I PRE- HI f UaU ruD1 'O K 7 ' ttta . - r; : i Inventory 'TDK1 .Mli D 4 V9 TV s T7 1 3 I 1 y i-r - , ,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,, ,,,, .. -i S My entire stock of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Ready-to-Wear Garments, Hats, Caps, k 3 ... .... . . . s rants Underwear. MackmLYs. Sheen-Lined Coats, will be sold at S .3 aiirsaiDini TOCCCBS 8 S I Need the Money You Need the Goods. This is Your Chance s All Goods will be Marked in Plain Figures and will be Sold for CASH ONLY Men's $3 Shoes, sale price, $2.25 Children's $2.75 Shoes, sale price - $2.15 $12 Mackinaws, sale price, $9.00 Men s $5 Hats, sale price, $3.75 Ladies' $7 Shoes, sale price, $5.25 Men's $2.50 Und erwear, sale price - - $1 .75 Men's $3 Overalls, sale price, $2.50 Rubber Overshoes, 25 Off. n V 9 - A 3 A ft A tí HT7 Tins T? A TT7 UKJM. P7 .Jj Í JL S Come, Look, Examine. Don't Miss This Opportunity to Save 25 to 50 Per Cent On Every Article You Buy 2 TT) n n DA 7T) 8 1 ..... . - - . . v v .

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 3 July 1920

The CLAYTON N VOLITMK TIIIHTIJEN NU.M11ER TAY.EXIX, Clayton, New Mexico, July 3, 1920 IDBICBITTIOK WLÁTW S2.00 ri'll YUAll IS AOVAMOS THIS PAPER IS DEVOTED TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE REST IN CLAYTON AND UNION COUNTY EIGHT PAGES II. A. kIKKIi a ANNOUNCEMENT , T T T TJ" pouffi timmmgs in keynote Speech Touches Vital Points LLEN WIKOFF ELECTED V. PRESIDENT HIGHWAY ASSN. t ing hi Efforts to Harass Wilson "The League of Nations Covo-'aled. Pan-Americanism nuiil is (he .Monroo Doctrine of tho. couraged anil tliu bread World, said Homer Cununings in, upon the waters came ins Krynoie address al llie rsntlon- nianiioid. Alaska was was on llius cast hack to u opened to al Democratic Convention in San eonmiorro and development. Dollar Francisco, Monday. diplomacy was destroyed, a corrupt in ine ueieat 01 too peace treaty, loony was driven lroni me national in the senate no blacker crime a-; capítol. An olfeetive seaman s gainst civilization has ever soiled. was adopted. The Federal trade the pa...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 3 July 1920

TICE CLAYTON NEWS, SATtHDAY. JTLY 3, 1920. Real Estate, Farm Loans and Insurance City Property WE AIIE NOW IN PO&'TION TO MAKE LOANS ON FARM LAND AT LESS THAN 10 PER UENT. SEE US CLAYTON REALTY CO. OFFICE IN PALMER Hl'ILDING, CLAYTON, N. SI. A'lTK.VTIO.X HOMRSTEADEnS. All Ircal advertíalos In th paper I rend and corrected -jeordtnv to copy Bead jour vice of Intention to make final proaf, and If nn error la found aonerer alight, notify u at once. .NOTICI! roll I'LIIMCATIOX. , iio.un or cii tv co.MMissio.M.ns ii i i t fi . niacin, til' i.ii;.iia 17. VI'IO.N, t'.Mtl. (,(ll'.TV MaV MI.XIL'O. REPUBLICATION". Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Clayton, New Mexico, Juno 10, 1920. Notice I liereby Riven that Jacob llelnne, of Cuates, New Mexico, who on March 2", 191G. made Homestead Un ity Serial No.. 0196S6, for SKi NIJi NEU SEV,, Sec. IS, SW)1 NV',. NV4 NW i. Níé XE!, HKii .N'Hti. Swtlon IT. Township 25 N., Ranee 3.'. i: , N. M. 1. Meridian, has fjled notice of In tentio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 3 July 1920

THE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1920. COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS (Continued from pago 2) that the petition heretofore filed ask ing said Incorporation was In all re upeota sufficient and In all respects omplled with the law, and that ihr. ame wan signed by more than a ma jority of the qualified voters and electors residing upon said territory, and that more, than one hundred muí fifty people reside within the limits of salu described territory; that the pe tition was signed In good faith and that the signatures thereon were uno are genuine, and It further Appearing to the Uoard of County Commissioners that said territory de scribed, to-wlt: Ueglnnlng at a point 1299.0 feel south of the northwest corner of Seo tlon II, Township 30 N., llange 18 B. from which point said corner bears N 00 Den. 57. Mln. West; thence north SO degrees, 7 minutes Kast, U78.5 feet to the southeast corner: thonco North 00 degree 67 minutes West, 5321 feet, to northeast corner; (heneo south b'J de grees 21...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 3 July 1920

' C""" r"'1"" E K. L. I.IÍXI2AU, M(ir. The Clayton News Mflcial Paper or U. S. Land Of rice, VWUIJIJ ui JI11UI1, 1UVYU Ul VilBjrUIO. Kntkwt tm Use Famf-Offlce at Clajrtoa, Itw HhIn, mm Second Cliu mall aaat r, October S, 1909, under the act af Marek 3, 187V 0. C. SMITH Publisher N. 11. JOHNSTON EiSilor struggle between the Republican anil Democratic partios begin, Ilion will be shown just what the people of the United Slates Uiink of the penco treaty and tho damnable pro ceedings which defeated iU ratification. $2.00 por Year Advertising nates on Request. About th6 mol, dninnnblo exhi-! bition of partiality we have wit nessed in a long time is the West ern Newspaper Union's Wire re- Í torts of the two Political nominal-' n Conventions. It is useless to point out to our readers wherein i the partiality lies, as nianv "f them! road the bulletins from both ron-i vontions. Iloporls from the Re publican Convention were sunt out with extreme regularity, carrying sufficient, words to mnke ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 3 July 1920

ny, P-'.. T' k Ilk ft P V V 1 A Good Bank is the Mainstay of Industry Hack of all Industry nnd enterprise stands finance, always ready and willing to encourage anything worthy that will advance the Intc'cst or the community. Dut first of all must como individual thrift and Industry Uio loyal support of home banks by home people. .Every dol lar you save nnd deposit in our bank is not only advancing your own welfare, but it is encouraging and assisting homo industry. .Besides the material benefit you derive from a bank account, wo offer you every courtesy and facility In handling your business. The Clayton National Bank I . i ' i o o PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS LOST Jersey Cow with halter, loft pasture 1 mile-south of Clayton, .June 31. Liberal reward for inform ation lending io recovery . G. L. Cook. 27 Tj.. .US? Mrs. Grady Matthews of Norman, Oklahoma is visiting her mother, Mrs, Emma Norman. MONEY TO LOAN on pood Farm security, quick service. Call, wrile ?if phono L. C. SeheniniHiin, offic...

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