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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 3 July 1920

TIIE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY. JUI.V THE CLAYTON NEWS, SATIUDAY, JULY 3, 1920. MALPI VALLEY. Orope aré looking fino in our part or Uio country, alDiougli tlioy Jiavo begun to need rain. Mrs. II. M. Lowl3 lias boon on Uio sick list but is bettor at this wriU ,DLitllo Cliarlos Bakor Hodgros has boon visiting his grandfather, It. Barkor. Charlie is only six years old but can plow with a go-devil. Mrs. Mary Caldwell and Mrs. Lonli Elkins were visiting the latter's fathor, Mr. J. C. Caldwell last Saturday. Miss U. u. uurr, auss ircuo jku-k-or, It. Barker and Charles Barker Ilodgors spent Sundty with Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Itodgers. Mrs. Barker ac companied them home, sho had beon visiting with them. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Lester and two daughtors, Velma and Buna, a-t tended mooting at the Baptist church in Clayton Sunday evening. Miss Irene Barker isitcd last week with her sister Mrs. C. S. Ilodgors. Xtr nnil Mru Osrrir Bnrltpr nnd three daughters spent Sunday with thoir cousin north of Clayton. M...

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. — 3 July 1920

TOE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1928, 3 RoSCOe Black Perchoron Uorse, Registered No. 9414. Young Telephone Black Jack, with Whito Points, VH1 make tho Season at my Darn, 1 milo north of Steel Bridge, 4 miles south, and 4 miles east of Sedan, N. M. TERMS: Horse, $12.50; Blnglo leap, $3.00. JACK: $10.00; $3.00 for single leap. Use Impregnator and Capsule. BILL BROWN IIIL'T r A Rill lAll'llll A MJf'l. The Clayton Abstract Co. Incorporated "CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO M. P. HARVEY, Manager. Phone SSS Clayton Professional Directory T. A. WheUn Eugene Palmer WIIELAN & PALMER Lawyers Offices: 2nd Floor Thompson Bids. - Practice in all Slate and Federal Courts. C . W. Anderson WATCH MAKER and JEWELER (Frutli's Pharmacy) CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO FRANJEO. BLUE ATTORNEY AT LAW PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS CLAYTON, NEW MEX. Dr. J. C KISNER QUTBRAI, PnAOTTCB. Ottto Rxt TlfcM -sums ta Cfcarltoa SbIICIba ciarto. j. u, Alc f-Moiallat Raetvja, Br, Mo, Throat. Itomaeh, DUmum ef Women and Children. Onto Hours It...

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. — 3 July 1920

TIIE CLAYTON NEW8, SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1020. IIOAIII) OP COIWTV COMMISSION A W. ' 1iompon .'A Hit Nl'l'MMl AS A II OA Ull UK. Atnr 'tbt. lllll'AM'.ATIO.t. l'.MO. COUNTV, .11 A Tli Hoard of County Coinmlaalonars flitting As a board of Kquulliatlon, npt tnli 21t day of Junr, 1910; pur uant to niVJouriiinent of their meet ins, there belriK present. Honorable 11 O. .Mag-ruder, Clmlrinan, Thos. J. Uü rnontltnn, and LouIh V. Gomez, mem Irtra, and Frank G. Casados, Clerk. The board proceeds In revising anil XnmlnlnK the nssessments and re turn of persons and corporations not Acted upon at their last meeting and lnd an follón : That the following persons and corporation hare not made rendition of their property or properties and thM u n leas rendition Is made on or before the 6th, 6th or 7th of July, 1910 rendition will be made by the board unless any perwm or persons appear before the board on any of the above lates to ahow why wald rendition must not be made: JC. O. -Talbot IV. 8. llutrine ...

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. — 10 July 1920

CLAYTON N EWS f Clayton, New Mexico, July 1 0, 1 920 S2.00 VV.IX VUAH IN ADVAXCS THIS PAPER IS DEVOTED TO Till-: DEVELOPMENT OF THE PEST IN CLAYTON AND UNION COUNTY EIGHT PAGES RKNVILLE CELEBRATES VIH WITH BIG PICNIC. I JLnrnest Crouds In History or Town Gather to Help in Celebration. A rod letter day in the history of Oronvillo look place July 0, when the Granville citizens celebrated the Nation's birthday. It was estimated that 3,000 people wore present. The program arranged for the forenoon, was late on account of the speukors not all being present, but was very much enjoyed. The program consisted of addresses by Judge Toombs and II. 11. Krrett oí Clnyton. and Dr. Nolie Munney of Cronvillo. Music by Mr. Cline of Grcnville, and a recitation by Hoy Holt.elaw. One interesting feature was a flag drill given by twelve girls who worn flrilled bv Miss Elsie Myers. The youngsters showed tlieir patri otism in their efforts- to do then part, well. A ball game with the honors go ing to Dedn...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 10 July 1920

TIIE CLAYTON NEWS, SATl RDW. J11.Y 10, 1920. Backed to the Wall America has the best and bravest fire-fighters in the world. Yet, our per capita fire loss exceeds that of any other nation. This situation is alarm ing. It threatens every property-owner. . It de mands the cooperation of all. The Hartford Fire Insurance Company will indemnify you in the event of fire loss so far as sound insurance can. In addition, it will give you the benefit of a fire prevention service worked out under the direction of skilled fire engineers. Its insurance policies, including this extra service, cost no more. Ask this agency to supply this double protection. UNION COUNTY ;i5NCY CLAYTON NEW .MEXICO. NOTICE FROM CITY HEALTH DEI RTMENT. Plenty of (imp lias boon allowed for all partios lo clean up their back yards anil alloys. Soon loams will he sent out by the oily to com plete the work. The, property own ers and tenants will bo obliged to pay all bills for such work done by city. Better attend lo il a...

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. — 10 July 1920

THE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1920. '4k wJSST did miles "111 o O 19:0 manq iou march summer Cleveland was nominated Select your tire ac cording to the roadt they have to travel: In sandy or hilly coun try, wherever the going is apt to be heavy The U. S. Nobby. For ordinary country roads The U. S. Chain or Usco. For front wheels The U. S. Plain. For best results everywhere U. S. Royal Cords. COCORO-HOeBY-QWH-USOO-PtAin REMEMBER the time . the first automobile parade was organized? Even the good old torchlight pro cession had to give way before the advance of prog ress. J II Tires are often sold the same way politics are. The last people to wake up to what they are getting are the people who pay the bills. The bills are getting too big these days in both cases. And the man who is feeling it most with respect to tires is the man who, owns a moderate-price car. Ill The idea that the small car owner doesn't need a good tire is rapidly going the way of all mistaken ideas. He needs ...

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. — 10 July 1920

- . . ge : -1 - - - The Clayton News OliicJal Paper of U. 8. Land OHItc, County of Union, Town ot Clayton. Caterva t the PesrOfflee at Clajrtaa. lew Mexico, a Secon4 Claaa Mali mat ter, Octabcr 2. 1909, naaer the act mt March 3, 187 G. C. SMITH Publisher N. H. JOUNSTON Ertllor 52.00 per Year Advertising nates on Request. Most of the Ilepiililicnns nro sorry that McAdoo wis not nominated hy the Democrats as llioir candidate for president. The Republicans are also sorry that Ihc Democrats did nominate Cox. Neither Mr. Cox nor Mr. MoAdoo pleased the lle- puoucans. William Jennings Uryan and his ary pianK gamed about as much nttontion at tho Democratic Con vention as thry Should which was nono at all.. With tho United States as dry as a Kansas politician, it aiu noi seem oi importance to wor ry over a "dry plank or a wet one. Reports from all points of Union county are to the effect thai the farmers Hiavo been blessed with a bountiful supply of rain. With a good season, Union county wil...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 10 July 1920

prosa" III r-'t- 1 nnd A Good Bank is the Mainstay of Industry Back oí oil industry and enterprise stands finance, always rcadyand willing to encourage anything worthy that will advance the Interest ' or the community. Out rlrst or all must como individual tnrlttnd Industry the loyal support or home banks by home people. .Every dol lar you save and deposit In our bank is not only advancing your own wclíarc, but It is encouraging and assisting homo Industry. -Besides the material benefit you derive írom a bank account, wo offer you every courtesy and facility in handling your business. The Clayton National Oaml V PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS Ji A. Arnhart left Friday of last wepk for Benton City, Wash., to visit his daughter. Mr and Mrs. J. T. Brooks relurn oil Saturday from Cal ashy, Okla., whero thoy visited several days With relatives and friends. is Mr. and Mrs. H. Kolley of Bowie, Toxas, stopped over in Clayton, Tuesday on tlioir way to Denver to .Visit thoir son. ' W. H. Harciway, 01 uu...

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. — 10 July 1920

that Ciar- 19. mid N14 NWXl. an. t,.m TIBE CLAYTON NEWS, SVTl RDVV. JULY 10, 1920. Look! Mr. Fanner Tha )u C i ) w.i A.iticbte Tor HAIL STOHM is a policy in some RELIABLE Insurance Company. If you want to know the satisfaction of being SAFE instead of SORRY If you want to mako use of the ONLY KNOWN ANTIDOTE FOR, A HAIL STOHM, HAVE US WHITE YOU A POLICY IN ONE OF OUIt COMPANIES Wo represent ONLY THE BEST. Oi;il HAIL INSUHANCU POLICIES CANNOT PHEVENT LOSS FltOM HAIL, but wo pay the damage the, hail storm docs lo youij rrops. Our rates arc low and our payment play easy. Come in and in- alígalo. We write FIHE and TORNADO insurance. Lot tis serve you. Arrangements have been made with (lie Burlington Railway , lo run three homosoekcrs excursions from the central stals dnr. trier July and August to Union County. New Mexico. We want n li.(mnl on your farm or ranch in order thai we may show it lo those prospective purchasers. Over 350 inquiries received re trardinp this In dale. Come in and ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 10 July 1920

' ... . - ,.t--. tpir . TUB CLAYTON NEWS, STVRDAY, JULY 10, 1920. 1 - Í 4. R.OSCOe Black Perdieron Romo, Registered No. 0414. Yoiing Telephone Black Jaok, with Whito Points, Will mako tho Season at my Barn, 1 milo north of Steel Bridgo, 4 miles south, and 4 miles cast of Sedan, N. M, TEItMS: Horse, 812.50; single leap, $3.00. JAOK: 510.00; 3.00 for single leap. Use Impregnator and Capsule. ' BILL BROWN i I ABSTRACTS 4ND INSURANCE j 0 The Clayton Abstract Co. J 1 Incorporated t I CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO 1 I M. P. IIMtVEY, Manager. Phone 223 f 1 I Clayton Professional Directory T. A. Wtolu Eugene Palmer )R Q SELLER WHELAN & PALMER DENTIST Lawyers Mm Work Offices: 2nd Floor Thompson Bldg. nooma l and Flrsl Nat- Bank Bldg Practice in all State and Federal CLAYTON. NEW MEXICO Courts. C . W. Anderson j, 0. TIGNQR. AUCTIONEER WATCH MAKER and JEWELER FAHM SALES A SPECIALTY. iFruth's Pharmacy) PHONE 217. CLAYTON, NEXV MEXICO T FRANK). BLUE J HILL brothers I ATTonsEYAT law Coal, Ice and Trans...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 10 July 1920

BL -TU THE CLAYTON NEWS SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1920. FILIPINOS WANT AMERICA TO GIVE INDEPENDENCE Maximo M. Kalaw Declares U. S. Cannot Consistently Refuse "Self-Determination." By MAXIMO M. KALAW, S.ereUry of tha Philippine Mlmlon, Au-. thor "Th Cais for tli Filipinos," "Self-Governniont In th rhlllppln." te. "When tliey show sufficient capaci ty," "Wlien they are able to govern t h c m s e 1 v c 8," ' When t li e y arc educated enough." Thus run the answers of many Ameri cans pressed with the question as to whes the Filipi no 'should be ffuuted their In dependence. Now, "ability," "capaci ty" and "nutn clcnt cducutlon" What do they Maximo M. Kalaw. menn jn black and white? Senator Sliogun may think no people Is capable of self-government that does not establish the Judicial recall, or that has no Hilly Sunday. John Smith of Roniervllle may think no people Is capable of self-government that does not vote his democratic ticket, or go to church on Sundays. "Capacity for self-government" I...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 17 July 1920

MAnWOOD, BERT fl-lt m CLAYTON NEW VOI.UMH THIRTEEN number TWKNTyaam- Clayton, New Mexico, July 1 7, 1 920 SUBSCRIPTION RAT Sl'.CMt PKIl YUAIl IN ADVAXCV THIS PA'PEH IS DEVOTED TO TIIE DEVELOPMENT OF THE UEST IN CLAYTON AND UNION COUNTY EIGHT PAGES .PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS Lawrence George is visiting Trinidad this week. m A. G. (Dad) Stocl was among Hie visitors in town this week. Moreem Dnscy of Longmonl, Colo. Torinorfy of Clayton, is visiting Mrs. 11. H. Carson this week. HcJnry Summers of Ilitchkiss, Colo., formorly of Clayton, is-hore for a few days on business. Dan Quinlin of Guy is attending ourt this week in Clayton. TiMnlncn finrp.in (if Pnsmnnl.o. wns interprotor for tho grand jury dur ing the first four days of this week. Juan Padlllo, one of the leading ranchers of tho Corrumpa commu nity was transacting business in Clayton Wednesday. Mrs. Ollio Teasdale left Friday for Trinidad where she will spend soveral weeks visiting her father and mother. V. O. W. LOG ROLLING TUESDAY, J...

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. — 17 July 1920

THE CLAYTON NEWS. SATVllDAY, JULY 17, 1920. I Get Right with Golf The game (hat yon can play with a crowd, or alone, or old, and will put lif canu ginger into you. A gamo that is adapted to anyone, young Unrring baso ball, our Rational pastime, Golf is the next best game, and is the one gamo that you do not have to havo an opponent, thoug a Twosome is fino sport. Clayton has a dandy ninc-holo course, though if you live out of town you can oasily impro vise a course. Wo have a splendid assortment of wood and iron clubs for all strokes. Uolf balls, bags and accessories and they aro Spaldings. "Dolce far nicnlo," "Charlie "Get right with Golf." It will chase away the "blue devils." Hoss," "Spring Fever" and all othors of that ilk. No, we aro not slighting baseball, for our store is the only one when it cornos to baseball goods We carry Spalding Uros. line. A line that has always and still makes good. When ynu have a Sjtulding Hall or liut, you know that if there is any just as good, th...

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. — 17 July 1920

TIIE CLAYTON NEWS, SVTl'RDAV. .Il LY 17, 1020. Otto-Johnson Men Co. The Store for Everybody Beginning Saturday July 17 and Lasting for one Week Will Take Place our Great Round-up-Sale OF REMNANTS OUIl RECENT ENORMOUS SALES OF SILKS, DRESS GOODS, WASH FABRICS AND STAPLE COTTON GOODS. HAVK LEFT US WITH HUNDREDS OF DESI HABLE ODD LENGTHS. ALL THESE HAVE BEEN GATHERED TOGETHEH AND WILL HE PLACED ON SALE IN THREE SPECIAL LOTS. EACH PIECE IS MARKED WITH PRICE AND NUMBER OF YARDS DURING THIS ROUND-UP SALE. Saving will be 25 to 50 per cent The Silks Lot No. 1 IN THIS LOT YOU WILL FIND LENGTHS SUITABLE FOR FANCY WORK WAIST'S, DRESSES, SKIRTS, CHILDREN'S WEAR AND MEN'S SHIRTS. INCLUDED ARE WASH -SATINS, SATIN CHARMEUSE, GEORGETTES, POPLINS, MESSELINES, WASH SILKS, CREPE DE CHINE, SHIRTING SILKS, ALSO FANCY STRIPED AND PLAID SILKS. THE COLORINGS AND STYLE ARE THE SEASON'S MOST WANTED. ALL AT A Saving of 25 to 50 per cent The Dress Goods Lot No. 2 HERE YOU WILL FIND ALL WOOL FRENCH AND STORM SE...

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. — 17 July 1920

THE CLAYTON NEWS, SATl RDY. JULY 17. 1920. The Claxon News Official Paper of U. S. Land Offlte, County of Union, Town of Clayton. Katerc la the roafOfflce at CUjrío, few Mexico, Second Claee mall iaal r, October 20, 1808, under the act of March 3, 187 G. C. SMITH Publisher H. H. JOHNSTON Eilor $2.00 por Year Advertising Halen on Request. Pussy-Foot Fcllor, (lie foxy edit or of the Swastika, stales thai lie will run the announcement and work for the nomination of L. N. Taylor without money and without prico. This is Iho first time we nave heard of Wilhclm doing any thing without price. Probably ho will make the other candidates pay for Taylor's annuneement or may be ho is exporting the. remunera tion to come after the election. FOH SALE, The Des Moines Swastika office is now the home of a Republican pa por, Iho "Maverick," as well as the would be Democratic Swastika. Pussy-foot would manage to make out pretty well regardless how the election goos, were it not for the truth of those l...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 17 July 1920

SECOND SECTION The CLAYTON NEW b&vSty.nine Clayton, New Mexico, July 1 7, 1 920 ,3.o rKñü" avÍÍ THIS PAPER IS DEVOTED TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE BEST IN CLAYTON AND UNION COUNTY EIGHT PAGES CLAYTON THE CENTER OF UNION COUNTY FIELD Union County Structures Considered Greatest in North America Seventeen Wells Now Drilling in District Strong Showing of Oil and Gas TRACING CRUDE OIL THROUGH TWENTY-FIVE CENTURIES. (By C. E. Dealon.) When the professional oil wild catter of the twentieth century moves up near the long axis line of a Texas or New Mexico uplift, builds his derrick, pulls off a cel ebration, "spuds in" and starts drilling for oil, he generally feels like he is launching a new industry. Ho believes the oil business is yet in its infancy. He believes further that thousands of barrels of "liquid bitumen" are sealed up in the half tnoon shaped reservoirs in the structure, and if he can only force the "steel needlo" down through a couple of thousand feet of rock beds he can ope...

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. — 17 July 1920

THE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1020. Farm for Sale A well located fann on R. F. D., 1G miles from Clayton. Sonic Improve ments, for solo by the owner. Address Box 335, Clayton, N. SI. State Bank of Commerce "RANK OF Till: PEOPLE" Resources Three Quarters of n SUN Hon Dollars. The Clayton Agency ABSTRACTS BONDS AND INSURANCE A. L. ENGLAND, Seereüiry CLAYTON, N. M. Attention. You can not go wrong Jiaving us to Tvrito your insurance, Uonus, or abstracting your property, because our indexes arc up to dale, we have tbo bost holp obtainable, and arc bonded by the National Surely Co. Bee, or writo to us at any time. UNION TITLE AND LOAN CO. Clayton, New Mexico. The Clayton Abstract Company Inc. BONDED ABSTRACTERS Complete Abstracts of Title to all lands and town lots in Union County promptly and accurately compiled. Clayton New .Mexico Moro favorablo indications than Jiavo boon encountered in this woll could scarcely have been cxpeolod. Sovoral showings of oil and gas havo boon struc...

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. — 17 July 1920

THE CLAYTON NEWS, SVH IIDW, 31 I.Y 17. 1020. 4 9:0. A Good Bank is the Mainstay of Industry Back of all industry and enterprise stands finance, always ready and willing to encourago anything worthy that will advance the Interest of the community. Out first of all must como Individual thrift and industry (ho loyal support oí home banks by homo people. -Every dol lar you save and deposit In our bank is not only advancing your own welfare, hut it Is encouraging and assisting home -Industry. .Besides the material benefit you derive from a hank account, wo oiicr you every courtesy and facility in handling your business. The Clayton National Bank NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION MATE OF NEW MEXICO, "-County of Union ss. In the District Court nf Union County, Eighth Judicial District r fl X n lnvinn fv 1 . I i .... t... i r . IRtion, Plaintiff, WlJF'llannin T i.ln T rl.....l TT!....:.. ii Martin, and Mattio Allison, ami the unknown lioirs of each of - saianaiiK 1 defend ip': and the un KnoVvr. i ' o...

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. — 17 July 1920

Allí. 1U. l'JZU. . ieiar, oi mi. i.orii, .pw .iiuaiuii, t,,.,,. in.,n THE CLAYTON NEWS, STl HDY. I.Y 17. 1920. Look! Mr. Farmer The Only KnownAntidote l or HAIL STOUM is a policy in some RELIADLE Insurance Com- pany. j If you want lo know the satisfaction of boing SAFE instead of. SURRY If you want to inako use of the ONLY KNOWN ANTIDOTE FOR, A HAIL STORM, HAVE US WHITE YOU A POLICY IN ONE OF OL'lt COMPANIES i nvi t ruma tT5cn OIK HAIL INSURANCE POLICIES CANNOT PREVENT LOSS I FHOM HAIL, hut wo pay the damage the hail storm does to your i crops. Onr rales arc low and our payment play easy. Come in. and, in-1 vpstfgate. We write FIRE and TORNADO insurance. Let us serve you. Arrangements have hcen made with the DurlinKlon Railway i lo run three homescokcrs excursions from (he central stats dur ing .iuiy and Aupusi lo union county. iew Mexico, we want a I li'tmnl. on your farm or ranch in order lhat we may show it lo thoo prospective purchasers. Over 350 inquiries received re-' ftnrrlin...

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. — 17 July 1920

Tin; ( LAYTOV NEWS. SVH ROW, JULY 17, 1920. NEWS PAPER MEN AIIE "CANNY" CrtlTTEHS Most Editors Arc "From Missouri" Hut They Ruy Louses in the New Mexico Fields. As a rulo tho newspaper men arc lpary of tho oilgame, mining gamu, nnd tho gold bricks. This per . chancó" is because they never have the price of a gold brick. He that as it may, very few of them are ever caught playing the sucker, so when wo hoar of a bunch of news-i paper men plunging in oil leases, thoro is very apt to bo tho scent of crudo oil in the air. That tho newspaper men from va rious parts of tho country have been buying heavily in New Mexico is easily proven, and the fact only makes those interested in this stales ..futuro prospects, feel that there must be some strong motivo be hind their action. Mr. 11. 11. Rowan, odior of the iShrvcpurt News-American, pur chased eighty acres on the' IJ l' Creek structure. Mr. Cowan has been interosled in the Homer, La., Field. Mr. A. M. Koeno, editor Petorle um Reporter Pub....

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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