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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 31 July 1920

THE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY 1930. ' ' 1 -" " i ,u'- . .irmmamm.v mm i rni mmi rMBH r AM IMU MOB IMKl HBi ' ""A1 ' Tí 18 IS IS Tí n is s s IS IS n Tí .3 IS 0 TAe Store for Everybody Quality 9 Otto-Johnson Merc. Co. Service i Dealers in Everything Announcing Our Policy. Our Dear Friends: - The assurance that our ultimata aim in every transaction is to accomplish your pcrmancn t satisfaction. The request that you report at once ivithout reserve any lapse or incfliency in service or any fault in merchandise no matter how small or when it may occur. With all possible vigilance and with a thoroughly loyal staff we still are not infallible and we feel the least that we can ask of you is the opportunity to rectify those faults that sometimes creep into a large Store. We ask tluit you make this Store your Store-Check parcels here-Your accurate iveight on our scale - Come in for a rest and in looking around the Store you will find the best merchandiie moderately priced. Yours for the mos...

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 August 1920

The CLAYTON NEW tmmtr 5 Clayton, New Mexico, August 7, 1 920 vZv'SZ THIS PAPE IS DEVOTED TO Til E DEVELOPMENT OF THE BEST IN CLAYTON AND UNION COUNTY EIGHT PACES 4 TO THE DEMOCHATS OK UNION COUNTY. Several weeks ago I determined lo iiBk the Democrats of tlio Ninth Senatorial District for re-nomina-tion for the office of State Senator. I arrived at this decision after due deliberation and consultation with various Democrats. For some time it lias been ru mored tliut a certain Domocrat who is always active, at Democrat ic conventions was urging his friends to join hands with him and elect Hepiblicnns (to the legisla ture from Union County this year. Upon investigation 1 find that lacts support the rumor. Therefore, Witll opposition 01 tins kiiiu, ami re TAL YOU ENDOUSKD FOU DISTHICT AITOHNEY. Democrats Select Delegates to State ! t.onvciuion. The Democratic convention for Union county wis called to order by Felix Valdes, secretary of the coun ty central committee, the chairman. Ci. G....

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 August 1920

TOE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1920. 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 '6 till the style to have Boys. Perhaps you are trying to run one or mora Boys right this minute. Then you will know that since the world hegan they were never bo 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-thc-wisp of the cities call them away? Armies of country Boys, who could he happiest and most successful on farms, respond to the artificial glamour of town life before they are 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 ambitious of your Boys and spare no 'pains! Machines have been a powerful factor in stem, ming tlic (low to the cities. Machine...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 7 August 1920

TUB CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1920. T. A. Wtoetan Eugene Palmer WHELAN & PALMER Lawyers Offices: 2nd Floor Thompson Bldg. Practice in nil State and Federal Courts. C . W.Anderson WATCH MAKEn and JEWELER (Frnth's Pharmacy) CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO frank:o.blue ATTORNEY AT LAW 'PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS CLAYTON, NEW MEX. Dr. J. C KISNER aajraaiAJj rnAonc. la Chart tM Sipa, Tkroat, Storaok. HmwW Woman and Chitaran. 0le Hears 1 U It m. I I p. m. Sunday: 1:10 ta i :14 a.m. OUtar hours br appotoUaaa. etflM ra mo. PULLMAN CAFE IS TIIE PLACE TO EAT JOHN P. MILLER Proprietor Meals )50c SHORT ORDERS SERVED AT ALL HOURS J NOTICK Fon runncATioN. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office, Clayton, New Mexico Juno 25, 1920. Notice Is hereby given that Mary K. Kllfoll. of Gladstone, N. M., who on May 13, 1918, made Homeatead Entry under Act February 19, 1909, Serial No. 024855. for NEy SWU, Ntt SEW, EH NWW, W NEij. SEVt SEW. Section 27, Township 25 N., Rungo 8 E., and additional Bjjtry und...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 7 August 1920

TIIE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1920. The Clayton News Official Paper of U. S. Land Offltc, County of Union, Town ot Clayton. Catered Ut the I'oat'Offlce at Claytaa, ln MexJeo. Second Cla aanll mat ter, Octeber 28, 108, vadrr the act .1 , UlO SIDE LIGHTS ON THE HOUND-UP. When Alknli Ike and Raltlosnake I'rle liit town Monday morning for Hie round-Dp, they made Uic native ml up and take notice. Iko and lvie are old friends, even thouch they liail from different points of compass. lucy wero glau to March 3, 187 G. C. SMITH c. Publisher fí. U. J01INSTON Ertitor $2.00 per Year Advertising Hates on Request. SENECA ITEMS. Mi's. Hugh Campbell and children have spent the past two weeks vis iting Mrs. Campbell's father at Sul- Ehur Spriugs, Okla. Mrs. Camp ell's health has been very poor of late, and they hope the change will prove of great benefit to her. Miss Mildred Stoltz and ed Ilink or were married one day last week. Miss Mildred is the youngest daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Stoltz ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 7 August 1920

THE CLAYTON XEUS. SATUIWAY, AUGUST 7, 10. A Good Bank is the Mainstay of Industry Uack of all industry nnd enterprise stands finance, always ready and willing to encourane anything worthy that will advance the interest of tho community. Dut first of all must como individual thrift and industry the 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 home Industry. .Besides tho material benefit you derive from a bank account, wo oficr you every courtesy nnd facility in handling your business. The Clayton National Bank: .1. . ; PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS Photography of the Cow-Boy's Round-Up at Lord's Studio. Mr. K. K. Iúuin, the portrait art ist, who will ho at Lord's Sludio for a few weeks, will lake much pleas ure in showing you samples of his work. ill it- If Lord's Studio is making a special summer offer in high grade port raiture, and Mr. K. K. Kazin will bo pleased to cal...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 7 August 1920

THE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1920. LUMBER; IS NOT ALL WE SELL We botiove in service and that is one big featuro of our business. We will be glad to help you in the planning of your home, furnish you complete plans if necessary, give you a,n estimate on tho cost of the material, frankly tell you the best kinds to use, tho best or tho cheapest and fit the plans to your pooketbook. We will help you in securing workmen and advise you honestly as to the various materials reduced. Service and price are essential. LET US HELP YOU ' Big Joe Lumber Co. NOTICK ron rUIlMCATIO.V. UeDartment of tha Interior. U. 8. Land Office at Clayton, New Mexico, Juno IS. 1920. Notice Is hernby nlven that Maud B. Wanner, of Kenton. Okla.. who on June 9th, 1913, made Desert Entry ae rial no. uioiid, xor nhu tsw sec tion 8, Township 31 N., Range 38 E., N. M. i'. meridian, nns filed notice oi Intention to makp proof under par. 3, Act of March 4, 1916, to establish claim to the land above described, be-,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 7 August 1920

rapio .Miera, of iieennam, N. M. genio Archule and Mariano ""íf.VAL'vÉRDB all of Miera, N. M. PAZ VALVERDE TOE CLAYTON NEWS, SVniTOAY, AUGUST 7, 19M. ATTKNTION nOMBfTSAOKKS. All leca! advertíala la tal paper la read aad eemeted cordis t copy. Bead your tle ot Inteatloa ta make Baal proef. and If an error la faottda kntetcr alight, aetlty aa at nee. NOTICE FO II PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, V. S. Land Office at Clayton, New Mpxico, Juno 16. 1920. Nntlo is hereby clven that William T. Bates, ot Seneou, New Mexico, who On July 28, 1916, made additional Homestead Entry, Serial No. 022474, far SA SWS, Section 12, Township 28 N R. 34 E.. N. M. P. M. has filed notice of intention to make three year proof to establish claim to the land above aescrioeu, oeiore unanes i-, laiDoi, u 8. Commissioner, at his office In Clay ton, N. M., on Auk. 1C, 1920. Olalmant names ns witnesses'. Donald Reed, of Senoca, N. M., Otto Nicholson, William Nicholson, Fred Wight, all of Grandvlew. N. M. P...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 7 August 1920

El Nuevo Día of Cebú, tho first Fill Susoribaso a El Cosmopolita, sola TIIE CLWTON PAVS, RVTlltnW U Gl'ST 7, 1920. MICKIE SAYS: TVS. taACü6MV5, tGT TVC OV w&vt. OOOSR. 2A"TA1T(S utr V duv no f rwim nUMMN4B V TUC-4Qfi MUD COCVtNQv Vll-l:(iriMV ?-UOHUE. TUC Q.QMS VOUO WVP - ,W3EO 'M AREW VA MOWS VUUEMl VSR. UMU UP M -TUCSfRE ASWAUV TOR. NOOft 'M-fUCS STYLES IN SPRING SUITS Short Jackets and tastefully npplled tirnld trimming tire featured In tlio new spring suits. A compromise be tween cont nnd Jacket appears In the iribdcl shown above In which the coat ends nt the front with the braided girdle but Is the usual length ut the back. MICKIE SAYS ' PEUJER ORAOS M A ITUKCE SfXROS VjOvJ&VT WSBODyJ t GVOES A NUOOP A&OUY OttlV I W&SEUP 'VS Ufc GOES OFf I lrT HOLM 'SVA.OV.SA VJt'Vt 'eoTtA pvrr stuff w tu& MEET THE t)E VEYRA FAMILY! They Are Putting the Philippines on the Map in Washington THE FIGHTS. FOURTEEN REASONS The fi&ht Monday night between llennie Cbavez and Mon...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 14 August 1920

new mana- lencnors tins ycar'wiii picase no Pilone 150-C. of Tasco-a. Toxas, ami Mim May V V, The CLAYTON NEW S VOLUME THIRTEEN NUMBER IIIHTV-TimEE Clayton, New Mexico, August 14, 1920 SUBSCRIPTION BU.T $2.00 IKlt YRAK IN ADVANC THIS PAPER IS DEVOTED TO Til E DEVELOPMENT OF THE BEST IN CLAYTON AND UNION COUNTY EIGHT PAGES Keynote of Gov. Cox? Address 'Failure to Enforce Prohibition It Woi-m Than Law's Violation Da laree Present Congress Haa Not Passed a 8lngla Constructive Law, -but Haa Spent Tima and Million In -Seeking to Make Amerlca'a Military Triumph an Odloua Chapter In Hie tory Favors Repeal of War Taxea, Criminal ProaecUtlon ef Profiteer, More Adequate Supervlalon of Rail, roada, a National Dudget System, and Woman Suffrage. Here Is a summary of the spch of Governor James M. Cox, Demo cratic candidate, for president, at the notification ceremonies at Day ton; league of Nations. Would enter the league, Immediately ratify the treaty and state our Interpretation of the covenant...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 14 August 1920

THE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1820. . . BOYS BOYS arc well-known. You don't have to go to far lands or to tho County Fair to look upon them. Everywhere it i still the style to have Boys. Perhaps you are trying to run one or mor Boys right this minute. Then you will know that since the world hegan 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 he happiest and most successful on farms, respond to the artificial glamour of town life heforc they are old enough to know their own minds. They do not know that the rewards of country life in money, health, and happiness arc 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 How to the cities. Machines b...

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. — 14 August 1920

Suscribaso a EI Cosmopolita, sola- THE CLAYTON NEW S. SYTTIIDW, Al'Ot'ST 11, 1920. i T. A. Whetan Eugene Palmer WHELAN & PALMER Lawyers Offices: nd Floor Thompson Bldg. Praotioe in all Stale and Federal Courts. C W.Anderson WATCH MAKER and JEWELER (Frulh's Pharmacy) CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO FRANK 0. BLUE ATTORNEY AT LAW PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS CLAYTON, NEW MEX. Dr. J. C. KISNER awniRAi. riuoncs. tuift caaritoa 1 OUrtn. If. H, too ffpoolaiUt n Kaotan, Bar, tip, Throat, Itoroaafc, DUMM r woman and Cblldraa. Wfloa H.ara II ta II a, aa, 1 to f p. m. Sunday: 1:10 to (10 a. a. Otaar koura by appotatoaaat. Oniaa ra ama MV Col. J. A. Sowers. Col. Geo. Goodyear Goodyear &'Sowers Auctioneers CATTLE EXCHANGE AND REAL ESTATE Clayton :-: New Mexico S. C ESPINOSA Attorney at Law Practice in All Courts Office Thompson Bldg. Clayton, New Mexico Union Title and Loan Co. ABSTRACTS, PLATfl, CONVEYANCING NOTARY. Clayton, !-: ui New Meade. HILL BROTHERS Coa, Ice and Transfer Company Talaaavaa SS-O CLA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 14 August 1920

THE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST -ii, 1820. A Good Bank is the Mainstay of Industry Uack of all Industry and enterprise stands finance, always ready and willing to encourage anything worthy that will advance the lnte'est of the community. Dut first of all must come Individual thrift and InSustry Iho 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 1 courtesy and facility In handling your business. The Clayton National Bank: The Clayton News Official Paper of U. S. Land OMcc, County of Union, Town of Clayton. Catered hi the ro.fOfilcr at Clayton, tew Mexico, as Second Class mall mat Mr, October 20 1009, under the act of March 3, 1878 G. 0. SMITH Publisher H. H. JOHNSTON Editor $2.00 per Year Advertising Hates on Request COX CHAMPIONS TUB KliACLB OF NATIONS. Calls Treat...

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. — 14 August 1920

latan TIIE CLAYTON NEWS, SATUnDAY, AUGUST 11, 1020. 4T If ;' 4 "? "v, s 4 w2 ',2 fe:8 iu. UK" 5- 3 8 8 If 14 W hi MADE PIANOS and PLAYERS I 3E & M JJL ' - Wo unloaded our first car of pianos and player pianos Tuesday WE OFFER YOU Afino display of better pianos and player pir.iMS I more Yeasonablc prices than have ever before , been shown in this vicinity. To our Friends dhd Future . Customers in Union County Tuesday we unloadod our first ear load of pianos and player oíanos. Today, wo make 5ur bow as retail merchants of Clayton and Union County. , - t Wo camo to Clayton to enter business bocauso it is a real, live, prosperous, wide-awako territory with a big future, and wo hope to grow as fast as Clayton territory grows. Wo brought our fami lies and became residents of Clayton, because wo liked the peo ple we met iii Union county and think it a fino place to live. In return for the privilege) of living here wo arc going to give our friends who aro interested in a piano or playor...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 14 August 1920

Salas, of Soria, is. wno, on uec llenera! Land mana. SATl HÜW, AUGUST 14, 1929. LUMBBRii IS NOT ALL WE SELL We bollovo in service and that is one big feature of our business. . Wo will be glad to holp you in the planning of your home, furnish you oomploto plans if necessary, givo you an estimate on the cost of the material, frankly tell you the best kinds to use, the beat or tho choapest and fit the plans to your pookctbook. Wo will holp you in securing workmen and advise you honestly as to the various materials reduced. Service and prioe are essential. LET US HELP YOU Big Joe1 Lumber Co. Denartment of the Inferior. U. S. Land Office, at Clayton New Mexloo, June 18, 1910. Notice la hereby Riven that neunin Lobb, of Sedan. N. M., who, on Sept 8, 191S, made Homestead Entry Seri al No'021031, for 8Bi4-8fC. 14, Town ship 21 N., llanero 34 p., N. m. 1. Me ridian, han filed nolle of Intention to maice inrao xear itovi 10 esMiu llnh nlalm tn the land ahnve described. before Register and Re...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 14 August 1920

Felipe Arellano, Ksetlulel Momlra gon, Ellas Sandoval, Marcelino Ulan, Tatas, all of Kephart, N. itaroia. oí .Miera, new iex., who, on TOE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1920. ATTENTION HOMESTEADERS, All legal advertíalas la tk paper U read and cameled mm eet 4Ing to eopy. Bead your tice of Intention to make flaal proof, and If an error la found, koncicr alight, aetlfy at oace. notice: for fciilication. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Offlee, ut Clayton New Mexico, AU. 18, 1920. Notloe Is hereby Etven that Francis- co Vlalpando, of Ouy, N. M., who, on jun9 a, laxo, maae uomesteau Appli cation No. 0S0I41. for SEU. Seo, 21, Township 31 N.. Range 33 E., N. M. P. Meridian, has tiled notice of Intention to make Five year Proof, to establish ?ilftlm to the land above described, be oré Register and Ilecelver of the U. 8. Land office, at Clayton, N. M., Aug. 13, 1930. Claimant names as witnesses: Juan O. Rivera, Sabino Vlalpando, Jese Gomez, all of Guy, N. XI., and Eu genio Archu...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 14 August 1920

ÜflE CLAYTON NEWS. SATUimW, Al Gl ST li, 1920. Quality Service The Store for, Everybody Otto-Johnson Merc. Co. Dealers in Everything The School Bell will ring soon. We're ready to supply childrens needs. Everything is here for the little Tots and for the young man and lady entering high school or college. We here mention a few of the many new arrivals Misses Tailored all Wool Blue Serge Middy Suits at $15.00 THIS IS A NEW EXPRESS SHIPMENT JUST RECEIVED FROM OUR MISS V1ROIE TOWNSE.ND WHO IS NOW IN NEW YORK CITY HUYlNu THE NEWEST AND MOST FASHIONABLE WEARING APPAREL FOR AUTUMN. ONE OF THE STRIKING POINTS IN THIS GARMENT IS THE YOUTHFUL TAILORED LINES. THE SKIRT IS PLEATED, THE BLOUSE IS TRIMMED IN WHITE AND RED JUST THE THING FOR SCHOOL OR GENERAL WEAR FOR AUTUMN. SIZE 8 TO 20 AT 815.00. .r .1 4 School Dresses for Girls WHITE AND COLORED DRESSES, MADE FROM WHITE" LAWNS AMOSKEAG GINGHAMS, FINE CHAMBRAY, IN A WIDE RANGE OF PRETTY' COLORINGS, NICELY MADE WITH COLLARS POCKETS, SOME WITH B...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 21 August 1920

i The CLAYTON NEWS VnliBMB TUlnTHBN O number xuiaax-cowt ) Clayton, New Mexico, August 21, 1920 THIS PAPER IS DEVOTED TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE BEST IN CLAYTON AND UNION COUNTY BUBSCRtraOH BLA1V s.oo rim yeah is advanc r FARMER STOCKMEN BUREAU HAS GOOD MEETING. Tlio Fanner-Stockman Bureau helil an enthusiastic meeting In tlio CourUiouse on last Monday. Somo oxooJIunt talks were given by Bu reau men of Union County and Mr. J. W. Knorr, State Agent Leader gavo an addross of interest on what the Bureau is doing in the State of New Mexico and in the National Federation of farm Bureaus. The most important point of bus Inoes was tho amonding of the Con stitution of the Union County Farm or-Stockman Bureau raising the momborship fee from $1.00 per year to $3.00 per year. Of this $3.00 in ,1921, 50c is required by the national Federation of Farm Bureaus, and 20c is required by the Stato Farm Bureau leaving a total of $2.30 for general expenses of the organization and doing effective Bureau ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 21 August 1920

TIIE CLAYTON NEWS. SATUtDW, AUGUST 21. 1920. Certain-teed is Impervious to Driving Rain The severest rain storms only make you appreciate Certain-teed Roofing the more. It keeps the interiors of your house, barn or other buildings dry and prevents damage from water. Certain-teed, properly laid accord ing to the instructions enclosed in every roll, is firmly cemented ' together into a one-piece roof impervious to rain or snow. It provides complete weather protection. Certsin-teed is spark-proof and fire retarding. It is guaranteed for five, ten or fifteen years, according' to weight. With all its superiority, Certain teed costs less to buy, less to lay and Jess to maintain than any other typo c f good rocfing. See your dealer about Certain-teed Roofing. If he hasn't enough in stock, he can get more for you quickly from a nearby Certain -teed distributing center Certain-teed Products Corporation General Offices, St. Louis Certain ii K9 iSMi'lsMl'1 CERTAINTY OF QUALITY AND GUARANTEED S...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 21 August 1920

THEt CLAYTON NBWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1020. "Eugene Palmer WHELAN & PAL.MER. Lawyers Offices: 2nd Floor Thompson Bldg. 'Practico in all Slate and Federal Courts. C . W.jAnderson WATCH MAKER and JEWELER (Fruth's Plinrmaey) . "CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO FRAN.K 0. BLUE .ATTORNEY AT LAW PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS CLAYTON, NEW MEX. vis Dr. J. C. KISNER QBOTCltAl PRAOTICB. M8m Xast to Tal.pfcoa. JB. Uamxt ta Churl tan BwllUmck Atoa lto.eiaJ.lat n TWctara, Bar, no, Throat. Stomach, Díímums f women and Children. Office Hoars 10 ta II a, bl, 1 X 1 p. m. Sunday: 1:19 t. t:S0a.m. Other asura by appoints.!. OKU. 1-fa.a. M. For Any Kind of MATTRESSES, REDS, SANI 1 TRY SPRINGS AND COOK STOVES. NEW LOT OF RUGS JUST IN B. U. WE I LAND "Tho Second Hand Man" 115 N. Second St. Phono 270 Clayton Plumbing & Heating Co. Sanitary Plumbing, Steam, Hot Water and Hot Air Heat SHEET METAL WORK Phono 189 Clayton, N. M. Col. J. A. Sowers. Col. Geo. Goodyear Goodyear &Sowers Auctioneers CATTLE EXCHANGE AND RE...

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