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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 17 July 1920

THE PERICO WELL irritó?,-' , - V , i . ..? . - -iSt" r-: w--; TIIE CLAYTON NEWS. SATURDAY. 311M 17, 192. TRACING CRUDE OIL THROUGH .was valued at $227.00. The groat TWENTY-FIVE CENTURIES guaher of Beaumont, Texas, was (struck in 1001, and threw a stream (ContlniHHl from Pago 1.) .of oil 100 feot high. It gushod for in 1821). The groat ora oí llio North Am erican "Wild oat oil prospectors" was oponed in 1854, when a bunch of Ponnsylvanians assombled and organized the "Pennsylvania Rock Oil Company." This was the first drilling company known in Amerca and unfortunately they prospected about four years, failed to bring in a producer, and eventually dissolv ed. In 1858 E. L. Drako selected some of the former mombors of the Pennsylvania Rock Oil Co., and formed the "Seneca Oil Company," and started drilling on Oil Creek, in Pennsylvania. It seems they were a good live bunch of oil men and had the nerve to continuo tho drilling. The year 1858 passed and they continued drilling. They drill...

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. — 17 July 1920

ruasen THE CLAYTON NEWS, SVn 1U)Y. JULY 17, 1920. Lon Cash & Co. VARIETY STORE FRUIT JAMS, ALL SIZES. FIIUIT JAM GAPS AND MJBBEItS. Scaling Wax, 1 lmr . io; l'nrnfino Wax, 1 pound L -j.k- Jolly Glassies, per dozen SUM) ljirgo Ico Tea Glaseos, por dozen $1.00 Lnrgo Fruit Stand, Gocered ,. .... s.lc Lnrgn leo Toa lMUher ! , 51.00 Sanitary Syrup l'itehcr óoe Wliito Toa Gups, tj for 1 1.20 Wlillo Ton Gups and Snuecrs Sl.óO Gold anil Bluo Hand Gups and Saueurs t S'J.OO Wliito Dinner Platos, tí for ..1-.- 1..')0 Gold Band Dinner Platos, 0 for 1.50 Dluo Baud Diner Plates li for ... $1.00 All size Bowls, 25, 36, 50 and , "óo I .amps, largo Size 1.00 Lanterns, No. 2 . l.."() Tubs, No. I, 2, and Ü, 1.05, $1.7 and i 1.85 Wash Boiler, 1.75 "Dish Pan, 50, 75, $1.00 and ' 1.7." Galvanized Pails, 05e, 70 and 75e Lawn Mowers, caeli . 0.00 Grass Cutters , 1.25 Oil Cans, 50, 05, 75, 00 and 1.(!." Clocks u 2.25 Combinéis, $1.25, $2.00 and, 2.25 Jars, 1 gallon, 2 gallon, and i gallon, per gallon 10...

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. — 17 July 1920

Tins CLAYTON NEWS, SATI HD Y, JULY 17, 1020. .8 S OTTO - J0NHS0N MERC Men Tí n Ti w Everything for Men and Boys n Men's Summer Suits U In the Famous Kirschbaum make, two- j piece Suits, Coats unlined, light, cool and m comfortable Prices: $25. 27.50 $30. 32.50 j BOYS SUITS In a variety of materials g and patterns $7. to $ 1 8.00 a n , ' H Arrow Brand í S Shirts and Collars for men Arrow Collars 25c. each Stetson and Lion Hats Our Stock of men's hats is very com plete in these two celebrated brands. Cow-boy Stetsons, also Stetsons for dress wear. Silk Shirts Specials $13.50 Crepe de Chine shirts, strips and solid colors ONLY $9.95 $10.00 Tub silk shirts, only $7.50 $9.00 silk Pongee shirts, only $6.50 Í)M YOU OTTO-JOHNSON MERCANTILE CO. B b i Quality and Service B H B 0 B fl b i B fl B fl B 0 THE STORE FOR B EVERYBODY 0 B ketI U.S. I J MEANS- 'GENUINE OR YOUR MONEY b ÍUe.v.s.ncoft'. m A Pair of Tennis Shoes or Oxfords ivcn With Every pair of Men's and Women's Oxfords and Pumps Sold b...

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. — 24 July 1920

i The CLAYTON NEW VOLOME THUITEEN II Clayton, New Mexico, July 24, 1 920 lEincmrnon a.ni S3.00 Pun YH.VU IS ADVANO 4 I THIS PAPER IS DEVOTED TO Til E DEVELOPMENT OF THE OEST IN CLAYTON AND UNION COUNTY EIGHT PAGES 1ALL FOR DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. CASA DOS ANNOUNCES FOR COUNTY CLERK. A County Democratic Convention! is Hereby called to ne hold nl llic court house in Clnylon New Mexi co on Saturday, Uio 31st day of July A. D 2020 at 2 o'clock p in. fur llic I'urimM; ol electing 28 deleatm lo reprecent this county nt Hit! RtatJ Convention at l as Vegas, New Mús ico, on the 2Uh day of August, A. D. 1920, at which place a Congress man, a full State Democratic tick et, and also a Democratic candidato for Diet riot Attorney for the Eighth Judicial District of the Slate of Now Mexico will be placed n nom in.it oil. At tlif s convention a chairman of the county Central Committee and a viceohairman (to he a woman) of the County Central Committee, and two State Committeemen, and also a Congressi...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 24 July 1920

THE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY W, 1920 5 8 Sugar is High Sugar is high. Spugar will stay high. All canned fruits will cost moro. , i If you had tho notion of not putting up prosorvos it would bo wlso to abandon tho idoa. For it is & mattor of your family's hoalth that you see thai nil bod os are properly nourished. You can pack without sugar, if you think it will drop. Due Uf the fact that sugar is high, fruit cost will bo loss, and this to some extent will equalize tho sugar cost. " , If you have Uio Jars and ncod the tons, look aftor tho tops now. Wo aro carrying tho largest stock of jars Uiat we over earned. For m our opinion you should UI9 StOCK. Standard Moulin, Pints, Quarts and Half Gallon. s s can as novor boforo. We have s Tall Jelly Glasses, Tops, Covets and Rubbers. IX. 11 ldCUACd 1 1UW. V X ABSTRACTS AND INSURANCE The Clayton Abstract Co. Incorporated CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO NOTICE OF BOND SALE. I M. P. HARVEY, Manager. Phone 223 MONEY TO LOAN on good Farm security, qu...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 24 July 1920

THE CLAYTON NEWS. SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1920 T. A1. Waelan Eugeae Palmer whelan & PAumn Lawyers Offices: 2nd Floor Thompson Bldg. I'raaUoo in all State and Federal Courts. C . W. Anderson WATCH MAKER and JEWELER (Fruth's Pharmacy) CLAYTOX, NEW MEXICO FRANCO. BLUE ATTORNEY AT LAW. PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS CLAYTON, N NIV MEX. Dr. J. C KISNER qbitkral riuonca. OtS Hast to TIUh Sjh cfcOBB B Ckarltcn BbUüba Ctaytoa, M, x. Atoo KpeolalUt Raetvn, Kr, KM. Throat. Btomaek. DUec f women and Children. Offloe Ban ra II ta It a, bx. 1 to 1 d. m. Sunday: 1:10 ta fil0a.it. Otliar hours by appolatmeai. Oftlaa Phaaa MO. Col. J. A. Sowers. Col. Geo. Goodyear Goodyear &Sowers Auctioneers CATTLE EXCHANGE AND REAL ESTATE Clayton :-: New Bfexlco i. C. ESPINOSA Attorney at Law Practice in All Courts Office Thompson Bldg. Clayton, New Mexico Union Title and Loan Co. ABSTRACTS, PLATS, CONVEYANCING, NOTARY. Clayton, m u: New Mezlea. HILL BROTHERS Coal, Ice and Transfer Company Tataphvaa M-0 OULTTON. I-1 N...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 24 July 1920

aterc tm the FtOf(le at CUyJot, Mexico, mm Srrond Claaa Hall Bat an. Oettbcr SO, 1W0, nadtr tke act Marca 3, 1870 TIUS CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY W, 1ÍI20 The Clayton News airiclal Paper or U. S. Land Offie, County or Union, Town or Oayton, Q. C. SMITH Publisher W. H. J01INST0N Editor $2.00 per Year Advertising Rates on HcqucsU "Liko to know liow wo stopped in anything whon we liavc not visited the Nows offioo for sovoral months?" Dos Moines Swastika. Pu&sy-foot does not deny that lie stepped in something. lie couldn't. Notice how lie evades. I'll o whole world knows that the Nows office does not smell like the stuff that wilhohn haB on him (hough wo do not dony that he might have done his stepping in Clayton. In fact, it is iuhlv nrobable. hidcinc from Uie flavor of the Swastika editorials democratic editorials in which he cots the Henublicans and Democrats 60 mixed up that his readers can't toil one rrom touior. on, wen, me smerl of coat has been so strong in Pusgy-fooU nost...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 24 July 1920

lanas i navo ueciuou u TIIE CLAYTON NEWS. SATURDAY, JULY 24. 1920 41 A Good Bank is the Mainstay of Industry Back oí all Industry and enterprise stands finance, always ready and willing to encourage anything worthy Uiat will advance the inte'est of the community. But first of all must come individual thrift and industry the loyal support of home banks by home people. .Every dol lar you save and 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 JUST A LITTLE RKTTER THAN THE KIND . YOU THOUGHT BEST "CENTURY" A CEREAL BEVERAGE THE NEAREST A PICK ME UP RESTORER OF LOST APPE A PICK ME I P RESTORER OF LOST APPETITE INVALUABLE FOR NERVE TROUBLES AT YOUR NEAREST THIRST PARLOR Prepared and Bottled in Trinidad. Colo., by ESTABLISHED IN 1877. PH. Schneider Bottling Co. NOTICE FOR ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 24 July 1920

Rufino Raiazar. Desiderio Carda. THE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1920 SINGER SEWING MACHINES AND HOOT SHOP. NEW AND SECOND HAM) MA CHINES FOH SALE. NOTICE OF BOND SALE. W. L. Tolley Mgr. KOT1CK FOIl PUIILICATIOX. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office, Clayton, New Mexico, June 14, 1920. Notice Is hereby plvon thai Clur ence L. Sutton, of Moses, New- Mexi co, who. on April 17 1916, Made Home Stead Entry Serial No. 0Ü2041, for NV4 Section 24, Township 30 N.. Ranee 35 15.. N. M. T. Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make final Three Year Proof to establish claim to the land above described, before Register and Receiver of the U. 8. Land Office at Clayton, N. M. on Aug. 9, 1920. Claimant names as witnesses: Mrs. Kmma Norman, Clayton, N. M., Oharlle 8u.ton, Wlllam A. Sutton, W. J. Button, all of Moses, N. M. PAZ VALVERDE. July 10, Aug. 7. Register. XOTICK FOR FUHLICATION. June 14, 1920. Notice Is hereby given that Leonarda Vigil, of Bueynros, N. M. who on June 16, 19...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 24 July 1920

fnn N M. ! .OTICE OK SA 1.13 OP HKAf, IC STATU uttn, o: Monas, Tire cíAyton news. Saturday, july m, 1920 Prices on Army Goods Slaughtered I ".18X10 lent, round, tins tetil will house 8 men t . 985.00 10x16 Tent, square, 11 feet high, 3 foot wall 35.00 10x10 Tent, squaro, U feet high, 3 it. wall, waterproof eel by Government process $1250 14x14 Tent, storage, 11 ft. high, IV4 ft. wall, 3-polu tout 00.00 ta9 Tent, Officer's, 9 ft. high, 4 ft. wall, 3-polo tent $30.00 17x10 Tent, storage, 11 ft. high, 4 ft. wall, 3-polo tent 85.00 All of the above tenia aro mado of 124 Army Duok and are sohl completo with ropos, poles anil caps. They aro guaranteed freo from rips, holes anil tears. Oliva Drab, 4fe lb. wool officers' blanket, braTid new 8.50 Grey Wool, 4 1-2 lb, brand new blanket, Govt, inspected 8.00 Grey wool í 1-2 lb, renovated blanket, Gov't inspected, excellent condition 650 Army Comforts, 5 lb, cotton O. D. used, excollont condition 3.20 Army Comforts, cotton, flowered, used, ... ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 24 July 1920

TOE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1920 1 1 i 18 1 IB Quality The Store for Everybody Otto-Johnson Merc. Co. Dealers in Everything Service IS fi 3 Ti Mid-Summer Clearing Sale oí Ladies Fine Dress Shoes Meaning a cleanup of the accumulation of broken assortments from our Stock of Queen Quality and other high grade lines. The variety is as extensive as Shoe Models are shown-the quality is the best shoe makers can produce included are Kid He Pump, Patent Newport Ties, Patent Pumps, Brown Kid Pumps, Patent Pump Bukle and Satin Pump Ties. Nearly every size included in each lot . M'i- Mid-Summer Clearing Sale óf Ladies Hosiery Presenting extraordinary values in summer weight Stockings. ' Beri grade Fiber Silks, Silk Lisle and Mercerized Cotton Stockings reinforced Heels and Toes, Cotton Garter Tops. Some novelties and colors, mostly white Clearing Sale Price 69c. a pair 5 pair for $2.00 '74 Ladies Fine Dress Shoes ta Ti 1 Ti fi fi Heretofore $13.50 Clearing Sale Price $10.00 a pair We w...

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. — 31 July 1920

The CLAYTON NEW VOLUME THIIlTKJfN S) 7VTI tinKllJTIIpTA'.0P S Clayton, New Mexico, Juiy 31, 1 920 OBSCROTIOIf ttA.Tr 3.uo run. yi:aii in advaiov TIIIS PAPER IS DEVOTED TO Til E DEVELOPMENT OF THE BEST IN CLAYTON AND UNION COUNTY EIGHT PAGES' UNION COUNTY OIL DEVELOPMENT. The Prairie Oil anil Gas Co., bo 'Iwcin Texllne and Dalharl, Texas, near tlit Union County Lino, in n liout 1,500 feet linvu encountered the' same formation, almost foot for foot as is encountered in lite Burk lmrnett finid. This well was held up for several weoks fishing for tools, having three strings in their well at one time. Those they have recovered. Mr. O'Donnell, their driller, is one of the best in the profession with years of export ence. Speedy completion is predicted. COW HOYS' REUNION OPENS IN CL.YYTON .MONDAY The drill in the Perico well is in iiluo slialo, and arc making satis factory progress. They havo had .cry little troublo since breaking through the hard lock formation tltoy encountered at about ...

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. — 31 July 1920

Tire CLAYTON NEWS, SATUKDAV, JULY 1920 i BOYS BOYS arc well-known. You don't have to go to far lands or to the County Fair to look upon them. Everywhere, it is still the style to have Boys. Perhaps you are trying to run one or more Boys right this minute. Then you will know that since the world began they were never 60 tremendously important as now. Your hopes and your aims center on them. You must deliver them out of Boyhood into successful Manhood. "Will your sons stay with the land, or will the will-o-the-wisp of the cities call them away? Armies of country Boys, who could be happiest and most successful on farms, respond to the artificial glamour of town life before they arc old enough to know their own minds. They do not know that the rewards of country life in money, health, and happiness are far greater. Make them realize that! Guide the restless ambitions of your Boys and spare no pains ! Machines have been a powerful factor in stem mine the flow to the cities. Machines bani...

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. — 31 July 1920

THE CLAYTON NEWS, SATl HI) Y, Jl'LY 31. 1920. A Good Bank is the Mainstay of Industry Uaok of all Industry and enterprise stands finance, always ready and willing to encourage anything wortliy that will ad vaneo ot tho community. Out first of all must como Individual thrill and Industry the loyal support of home banks by homo people, lar you save and deposit in our bank Is itot only nilvnnclno your own welfare, but It Is encouraging and assisting homo Industry. . - material benefit you derive from a bank account, wo offer you every courtesy and facility in handling your business. tho interest .Every dol .Besldes tho Tho Clayton National Bank Have Your Clothes Cleaned IVUCrUfc. 5 ATS: YOUTHFUL STYLES IN SUITS AND WIESSED AT THE PEOPLE'S TAILOR SHOP. ALL WOItK CALLED FOR AND DE LIVERED. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED. ft' V. B. LOCKE Prop. WU6. mCMT OPP 4 UJEGkV-VOP aboowo Grr-fwi rf oar -rw.v I US. COVAtS 1M TWO "IwUsSa 7 Lam Mbife l and Visit so- Don't forget llio Hound-U...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 31 July 1920

THE CLAYTON NEWS. SATi nDAY. JI LY 31. 1920. FARM DWELLERS ASKFOR BOOKS (Announcement of the "Books for Everybody" Movement Brings Letter Flood. INFORMATIVE WORKS SOUGHT JflequeiU for Reading Matter Rang From Volume on Drainage to Colllm' "Book of the Stars." I Tlie announcement of tlic entrance t the American Library Association lupon tho "Hooks for Kvcrybody" move mient and still Inter news accounts of li activities of tin- nrgHiiIr.Htlon mIouk litme linos resulted In n wldespreud xniient from residents of tlie ruriil dis tricts of tlie country for hooks on funn ing. Whether the American fanner Is simply evidencliiK hit Hinliltlon to do -a Rood Job hotter or whether the hotter crops of his nelxhhor, who has attend ed an agricultural collide or school, hns spurred him on Is n mutter dlfllcult to -determine, litit the fact remains the farmer Is asking for books. The great majority of American farmers nre ei ther without libraries and book service or they are liiadeiinntely served. O...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 31 July 1920

HIE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY jJt 1920 T. A. W&elau Eugene Palmer WIIELAN & PALMER Lawyers Offices: 2nd Floor Thompson BIdg. Practico in all State and Federal ourls. C . W.OAnderson WATCH MAKER and JEWELER (Froth's Pharmacy) CLAYTOTV, NEW MEXICO FRANK.O. BLUE ATTORNEY AT LAW PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS CLAYTON, NEW MEX. Dr. J. C. KISNER flBITKltaL PIIAOTICB. Mn Hat t Telekom. B kmm ta Cfcarlt.a BtlUU Clartan, If. H. Aim 0plallst on Botan, Xar, Mpo, Throat, Btomaoa, DliuM f Woman and Chlldrsa. Otflo. Boars 1 to It a, 1 t I p. m. Sunday: 1:10 to :S0a,HL Otbor hours by appolataMat, OMm raoao MS. 'AT PULLMAN CAFE IS Tim: PLACE TO EAT 1 JOIIN P. MILLER Proprietor Meals )50c SHORT ORDERS SERVED AT ALL HOURS . ol. J. A. Sowers. Col. Geo. Goodyear Goodyear & Sowers Auctioneers CATTLE EXCHANGE AND REAL ESTATE Clayton :-: New Mexico ,1 J. C. ESPINOSA Attorney at Law Practlcein All Courts Office Thompson Bldg. Clayton, New Mcxjto Union Tide and Loan Co. ABSTRACTS, PLATS, ' CONVEYANCI...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 31 July 1920

THE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY. JULY 31, 1920. The Claytjm News Oliicial Paper oí U S. Land OMlte, County of Union, Town of Clayton. tere to the roU'Offlcc at Clayton, few Mesleo, as Second Claa mall mat r, October 3, 1909, nnder tke act of March 3. 187 Q. 0. SMITH - Publishor N. 11. JOHNSTON EtVtor $2.00 per Year Advertising Hates on HequcsL MOCKING DEMOCRACY. For a number of years the wriU ar of tiiU article lias been attend ing Democratic meeting, but not until we attended the Precinct Convention in Clayton last .Monday ukl we ever see ueinocracy mocxeu and pal upon. Wu wish our readors to know Hint up until the time of that mect- ím tiifajimi 11 v Iiml nil fil?llt til make against any man. Hut tho UOnvennOll iiiuui'euiiiga wia"8u our attitude, for the reason that we are very much wiser as to local conditions. For the benefit of our readers who were not present, and many who were, we Uere lo say a few words in lepnrd lo the little re spect that was shown for princi ples and limo hono...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 31 July 1920

THE CLAYTON NEWS. SVTt'UmY, JILY 31. 1920. I A CL it -fi e o f Lo w ho es Oxfords mm We have just had a "Round-Up" and decided J to sell all we have while the demand is strong. Read below the most liberal reduction we have offered since we have been in business , W AAA ft I -íf.'", . -..tes 75 pairs mens Tennis Oxfords 95c. pr. 63 pairs Infants soft sole Slippers all colors 55c. pr. 60 pairs Children Tan Oxfords and Sandals $1 .95 pr 48 pairs Extra, Good Sandals.- . $2.95 pr i ' i 34 Pairs Inf. white Slippers, Barefoot Sandals 95c. pr 34 pairs Mens Oxfords, all we have, 33 1 -3 off 1 06 pair Womens $6.50, $6.75 and $7. Oxfords and Pumps ' go at $4.95 46 pair Womens $8.00 and $8.50 Oxfords and Pumps go at $.5.95 98 pairs Womens $10. Pumps and Oxfords ' ; ; go at $6.95 S 41 ; K r We leave many other styles, just a few pairs of each, we are going to close them out at a still greater sacrifice on Sale July 31st. Off Sale August 15th. Geo. Wade & Co. CLAYTON'S Better Store 5 s Í s 5 ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 31 July 1920

TIIE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY L, J1T20 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION STATE OP NEW MEXICO, County of Union ss. In the District Court of Union County, Eighth Judicial District of New Mexico. Schlelor Invosinent Company, a cor- poratlon, Plaintiff, vs. Clyde Perrln, Lula L. Cloud, Virgin ia F. Martin, and Maltio Allison, mid the unknown heirs of oacli of said name! defend r: and the un known it'ir Of C. to. Vsrvi ib-eras-od; and all unknown claimants of in terest in the premisos adverse to Uie Plaintiff, Defendants. No. 470. The said defendants and each of litem are horohy notified that a suit to quiet tillo has been commenced against them in the District Court for the county of Union, Eighth Ju dicial District of the State of New Mexico, by said plaintiff, wheroin the plaintiff seeks to have its title quieted against the dofcndnnls to lots seven, nine and oloven. in block ten hundred fifty-one in the town of Clayton, County of Union and Stale of New Mexico, as more fully set forth in the...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 31 July 1920

rTAncisco ijeai. vencí i-'c-metrls Leal, Martin Lucero, all of Pas- genio Arcnu.eta, p V valvkrde june ib, lazo. . Vnil la hnrnhv riven that Juan B. Hauser. all of Amistad. N. M. PAZ VALVBRDK! THE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY la., 1920 ATTENTION HOMBTEADXRS. 3 AJI legal advertíalas fa tat paper la read and corrected cardiac to copy. Bead year tlee ( Intention ta atht flaal proef, and If an error la found, however alight, notify a at ace. NOTICE 1'OH PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. land Office at Clayton, New MpxIco, June 16. 1920. Notlc is hereby given that William T. Bates, of Seneca, Now Mexico, who on July 28, 1916, made additional Homestead Entry, Serial No. 022474, for 814 8W. Section 12, Township 28 N., R. 14 B., N. M. P. M. has filed notice of Intention to make three year proof to establish claim to the land above described, before Charles P. Talbot, U. S. Commissioner, at his office In Clay ton, N. JI., on Aug. 16, 1920. Claimant names as witnesses: Donald Ile...

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