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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 21 August 1920

TOE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1920. A Good Bank is the Mainstay of Industry Uack of all industry and enterprise stands finance, always ready and willing to encourape anything worthy that will advance tbe lntccst of the community. Out first of all must como 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 home Industry. .Besides the material benefit you derive from a bank account, wo offer you every courtesy and facility in handling your business. The Clayton Natioinal Bank u y val The Clayton News Official Paper of U. S. Land Offlee, County of Union, Town of Clayton. Entered ta the Poat'OHIee at Clnylo, (nr Mexico, aa Second Claaa mall mat ter. Oetaber 26, 1MW, under the ac( of March 3, 18TB G. C. SMITH Publisher N. H. JOHNSTON Editor $2.00 per Year Advertising Itntcs on Request. SENECA ITEMS. Mr. and Mrs. Tompkins and dan...

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. — 21 August 1920

TITE CLAPTON NEWS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1920. PEACE KEYNOTE OF COX SPEECH OF ACCEPTANCE ,ítDémocratto Candidate Would : Enter League, Immediately !yf RatifV Treaty and state In TfM terpretation of Covonant. & - J- Ü Jsiys "BACK TO THE tl-WORMAL" MEANS REACTION .VA ?ftaytor, O., Aur. 7. In his speech of i$i',tance ,0,'Br Governor Jame M. k '' ?&l9dreS8lnC 0 Krent crowd, snlil In ' VWe are In n time which cnlls for . r, iiftraUht thinking, stralKht talking and ' Vlrnlght acting. This Is no time for ' ÍL'. Wobbling. Never In nil our history hns ;'t autre' been done for government. Nev 'j.s t-r was sacrifice more sublime. The - ; "ÍUDat precious things of heart and home , were clven up In n spirit which guar tttifcrs the perpetuity of our Institu tions If the faith Is kept with those avjib served and suffered. ' "The country received with Interest. (to, say the least, the announcement -Jfrom Chicago, where the Republican iriatlonal convention was assembled, , that a platform pla...

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. — 21 August 1920

UlLim in liainui HIICII llinb utilltnu I-, l,.,.ir,., r Ql.n.1 V Vf wln TUE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1080. i LUMBER IS NOT ALL WE SELL Wo believe in eorvlce and that is one big feature of our 1) w 8 i n Gsfl We will be glad to help you in tho planning of your home, furnish you completo plans if necessary, give you an estimate on tho cost of the m&terial, frankly tell you tho best kinds to use, the best or tho cheapost and fit the plans to your pocketbook. Wo will help you in securing workmon and adviso you honestly as to the various materials reduced. Sorvioo and price are essential. LET US HELP YOU 1 1 Big Joe Lumber Co. r. . TT" TT B I uvimrwiiaiii ui 1110 iuiv, w. w rantl nfflnn nt ltnvliih Maw Maxloo. Juno J6. 1910. . nonce ib nerauy given mai jtom Gallagher, of Iiueyeros, N. 31., who, on Aug. It, 1916, and June IB, 1916, made Homestead Entries under Aot Feb. 19, 1909, Serial Non. 022868, and 022329, for WH SW V . Sec. 31, Town ship 22 N., Range 30 ft. and lots 1 a...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 21 August 1920

J. Nance, all of Des Montea, í. M. PAZ VALVERDE. Aug. 7, Sept 4. Register. nlmenlo Salas. Juan F, Maniues, all of pm Moisés, N. M. .lu'v 50. 19?(l TOE CLAYTON NEWS. SVWIinVY. AlKíl'ST 21. 1S20. ATTENTION HOMH TRADER.. All legal "aOirrrtUlaK I tkt paper la read and arréete m cording la copy. Read roar tica vt Intention to make final proof, and If an error la found, tnenr llcht, notify na at ' once NOTICE POR PUBLICATION. Denartment of the Interior. II. R Land Office, at Clayton New Mexico, July 1. 120. Notice la hereby given that William J. Hagard, of Dea Moines, N. M . who, on Oct. Ith, 191S, made Addl. Home- fn Application no. uztu4x, ior w y H, Sit SWil, WH SEU. EH SWH l 4, Tewnshrp, 27, N., Range 28 K.. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final Three Year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before John. N. Karn, u. 8- Cominnaioner, at ues Moines, in. ft, an Sept. 2. 110. Claimant names aa witnesses: Rnhtrt J. McDonald. James M. Mobs. OUo Carr....

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 21 August 1920

THE CLAYTON NEWS, SATUHDAY, AUGUST 21, 1020. 1 Quality The Store for Everybody Otto-Johnson Merc. Co. Dealers in Everything Service Our Dear Friends It's your shoos that wo want to talk to you about. Wo hon- j ofitly believe we have the best selootetl stock of shoos for Men j Women and children to be had. Nothing has been left undone j to make this a fact. Wc want you to buy your shoes here, and i you'll do so if you come in and look over the new fall line that's all wc ask just come in. Wo claim the Queen Quality Shoes for Women aro the best possible values at the price. As a special inducement we offfcr a limitd number of Queen Quality, Patent Loco Boots, with turn soles and Bon Ton Toe covered heel, at $8.50 Pair Wo are exclusive scling agents for the famous Buster Brown Shoes for Boys, Girls and Misses None arc better. Our splendidly .equipped men's Shoe Department has been de veloped with the utmost care, and we now offer the most relia ble make at the lowest prices. , Come in ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 28 August 1920

m CLAYTON NEW VOLUME) THIRTEEN "X NUMBER J Kfy Clayton, New Mexico, August 28, 1920 CBSCRIPTIOK ULTV s.oo ieii yuAn is advanc THIS PAPER IS DEVOTED TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE PEST IN CLAYTON AND UNION COUNTY 1 1 ANN A IS NOMINATED AS CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR No Opposition II. A. Klker for Bis tiíít Attorney 8th District. Tlio slato Democratic Convention hold al Las Vegas, has closed, and a strong ticket has boon named. Antonio Lucero of San Miguel County was chosen as the perma nent chairman, Mrs. C. L. Collin?, of Union County, Chairwoman; By con O. Boall of llosvvell, Secretary, and Mrs. L. B. Drown, of Sierra County, assistant secretary. Probably no convention in Uhe history of the stale has been mark ed by greater harmony than exist ed among the delegates at Las Vo sas. The report of the plaform com mittee was approved. The plat form proved to bo satisfactory in every respect. Among the govern ment changes il demands the en actment of a law requiring all po litical parties in the s...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 28 August 1920

TIIE CLAYTON NEWS. SATX RDAY, AUGUST 28, 1920. Is "Cheap" Twine Cheap? A FARMER bought 6 bales of cheap twine 288 lbs., net It checked short an average of 30 feet to the lb. 8,640 feet in 6 bales, or the equivalent of I7 lbs. of 500-ft. standard twine. He harvested his wheat crop using this twine. There were 1 35,360 feet of twine (deducting shortage) in the 6 bales enough to tie67,680bundles of grain (allowing 2 feet of twine for a bundle). But 8 of the bundles (5,414) were broken due to twine being weak and uneven. The hired harvest hands lost an average of one minute's time tying each broken bundle by hand 5,414 minutes, or a total of over 90 hours. In addition, 2 of the broken bundle's (108), representing approx imately 5 bushels of wheat, were lost because the loose grain was not picked up cleanly by the hired har vest hands. NOW let us see how his loss-and-gain account figures out on this twine investment: He saved lj4 cents a pound on the original cost of the twine by buy ing...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 28 August 1920

" ÍIIÉ OLUr6i XEWSM SATUKDAY, AUGUST 28, 1920. . I HURSiNG SERVICE IS RAPIDLY EXPANDING (iThlsi Am'erfoim Red Cross Wort Flourishing" in Smáll Towns Throughout Country. vvtinucuw win oe sacreav respected and every possible effort will be made to aid yon. . American Red Cress Roll Catl. The Fourth Annualilloll Gall of the American Red Cross will be "held thta year from Armistice Day, November 1Í, to Tliatiknglvlng Day. November 23, inclusive. Purine this period the men i ml -míen of " Culled States 111 t1"' i mul rt'new their 0 ' MdVo than 37,000 graduate nurses ave, been enrolled In the American Red Qr&i to date and Its department LOf nursing Is dally Increasing this en i rollinerft. i.. ,0!lie department of nursing ling been MutltOrlMd to maintain an adequate ríQrv3ft nurses for the army and Jifbv$. It will continue to supply the ' needs, jof the ünlted Stated Public ,1118111 Service to which It has as signed more than 1,000 nurses in the ,ast .year. - It will assist In establi...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 28 August 1920

THE CLAYTON NEW8, SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1320. PEACE KEYNOTE OF COX SPEECH OF ACCEPTANCE Democratlo Candidato Would linter Leaguo, Immediately Ratify Treaty and State In terpretation of Covenant SAYS "BACK TO THE NORMAL" MEANS REACTION time limit beyond which perishable foodstuffs should not be stored. "Our obJectWc should be n decreas ed tenantry. With the period of oc cupancy uncertain, the renter strips land of Its fertile elements, and pitch year diminishes our national asset. Under, the operation of the federal re nerve and the farm loan nets, encour agement bus come to thousand1) who hurt that Industry, character and In telligence are a golden security to the people's banker, the government of the United States. Multiply our home owners, anil you will make the wny of the sedition mutator more dltllcult. RaHroadt and Waterways. "Any discussion of the quTs'tlon of food supply lends very quickly to the closely related matter of transporta tion. There Is no one thine which ttrliiKi ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 28 August 1920

TI115 CLAYTON NWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2S. 1020. T. A, WheUn Eugene Palmer WIIELAN & PALMER Lawyers Offlüaa: 2nd Floor Thompson Bldg. p ' Practice in all Stato and Federal Courts. rt xtr ll a i v . w.Anderson WATCH MAKER and JEWELER (Froth's Pharmacy) CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO FRANK 0. BLUE ATTORNEY AT LAW practice IN ALL COURTS CLAYTON, NEW MEX. Dr. J. C. KISNER a OTE RAL F RA on OS. OfSSw Kurt t. T.layfcon. CUrtu. Jf. ML Abr RnelalUt Rectora, Aur. Woo, Throat. Btomaoh. tiliMM I women and Children. Office Honra II to 11 a, at. 1 to Id. m. Sunday: 1:10 to i 110 a.m. etnor koura by appolataoBt. Oftto Fa. a. Mt. Col. .1. A. Sowers. Col. Geo. Goodyear " Goodyear & Sowers Auctioneers CATTLE EXCHANGE AND REAL ESTATE Clayton :-: New Mexico J. C. ESPINOSA Attorney at Law Practice in All Courts Office Thompson Bldg. Clayton, New Mexico Union Tide and Loan Co. ABSTRACTS, PLATA, OONVEYANOnra, NOTARY. Clayton, ;-: ui New Master HILL BROTHERS Coal, Ice and Transfer Compiay TalayaM U-O cxjkTroN, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 28 August 1920

10th day of .Muy. A Tin: CLAYTON NEWS. SATimDAV, AUGUST 38, 1920. M-. fT'-f A Good Bank is the Mainstay of Industry Uack or all industry and enterprise stands finance, always ready and willlnn to encourage anything worthy that will advance the intccst oí the community. But first of all must como Individual thrift and industry lo loyal support oí home banks by home people, -Every dol lar you save and deposit In our bank Is not only advancing your own welfare, hut it is cncouranlna and assisting home industry. .Besides the material benefit you derive from a bank account, we oífer you every courtesy and facility in handling your business. The Clayton National Bank: The Clayton News Orricial Paper or U. S. Land Office, County or Union, Town or Clayton. Caten the Post'Offlce at Clayto, íeTT Mexico, mm Second Claaa nail mat ter, October 28, 1&09, under tke act of March 3, 187 G. G. SMITH Publisher H. H. JOHNSTON Editor $2.00 per Year AdvcrtLslnp Hates on Request A MOTHERLESS CALF 11AV...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 28 August 1920

TOE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1920. NOTICE OP SAI.B. State of New Mexico, jouniy Qi union. . it. tne District Court. on National Uank of Clay- 3WH and Hat bf unión County, New Mexico, on July Suttfc .lsi5 In cause therein pendían. mmm Th Clayton National Hank oí .Stubblns, Delia M. StubbinB. ir ntifl Uta Qmi t v....nn. Itaaltv Co.. IWaiitlant. " ' fííatíi Js hereby given that a decree -VB- ííndired by the District Court .Hi Oft mm ton. New Mexico, Is IK A. .StubbeiiB Delia M. StubbeiiR, jforKer hhu me Koutlnrest Com. add Realty Co., are defendants. enune numuereu In said that by the terms of such de lis said lilaintiff wan iivunUl MU aealnst the said Frank A. lis. .and Delia M. Stubblns for um of $6192.52. with ten tier rant. nterent thereon from the iim nf 11 11 cree until nam. miretiier with 9 0Íta of suit; that a certain Juük- li Mi 01 the maintirr wan i w ir. d decreed to be in full force and -to uie amount 01 sum judgment, st and costs and was foreclosed and against th...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 28 August 1920

44X)44H44MM LUMBBRI IS NOT ALL WE SELL We bolicve in eorvico and tliat is ono big feature of our business Wo will bo glad to holp you in the planning of your home, furnish you oomploto plans if necessary, give you an estimate on the cost of tho material, frankly toll you the best kinds to use, tho boet or the cheapest and fit the plans to your pocketbook. We will holp you in securing workmon and advise you honestly as to tho various materials reduced. Service and price aro essential. LET L'S HELP YOU Big Joe Lumber Co. Department of the Interior, U. & Land Office at Clayton, New Mexico, June 2G, 1920. notice is nereny given that james Gallagher, of Huereros, N. M, who. on auk. zs, isiu, ana June ii, isio, made Homestead Kntrles under Act Feb. 19. 1909. Serial Nos. 02868. and 022J29, for WW SWH. Sec. 33, town- hip 21 N., Range 30 B., and lota 2 and ci . mn n . i ....... nn add.. V, lUnilDlllll 1 .I,, IlililKQ w ., and SKi NKU. NRU HK'i, Sec. SVi NWU, Sec. 4, Township 21 N., ne 3 ...

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. — 28 August 1920

erial .-o. U2Ui:, ror A. ('. Miera, Ahellno Domínguez, A. i", .nomo), an oí uiayton, se rapio Miera, of Heeiihain, N. M. l'AZ VALVERDE, Aug. 7, Sept 4. ReglBter. noy s. Nance, of Grenvllle. N. M imism aec. i, nnu v , w V4 ti'.ii TIIE CLAYTON NEWS. SVHIUHY. M (il ST 38. 1920. attention homrteaders. All Ugul advertíala ta tal .paper la read and eerreeted -eerdlns to copy. Read yoar tlee ot Intention to make flnal preef, and If an error la found, hairever alight, notify n at at. 4 NOTICE FPU rUULlCATlON. Department of tho Interior. U. S. SiuiSi." Clayt0n New Uexlco- Notice Is hereby given that William J. Hagard, of Des Moines, N. M, who. on OoJ. 6th, 1918, made Addl. Home stead Application No. 024012, for WH NE-H. BJÍ NWH, WH SEH. EH Swfi Sec. 4, Township, 27, N., Range 2S K7. N. M. 1'. Meridian. ) fileil ,,tin. ,.r Intention to make final Three Year proof, to establish claim to the land Shove described, before John. N. Karn, f. 8. Commissioner, at Des Moines, N. M, on Sept. 22, 1920. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 28 August 1920

TIIE CLAYTON NEWS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1920. Quality The Store for Everybody Otto-Johnson Merc. Co. Dealers in Everything Service Announcing Our First shbwing stylish Fall wearing ojarel womens Suits, Coats and dresses from the fore most Designers of New York City are here. THE SLENDER, LONG WAIST LINES Many pointed effects. Embroidered and Fur Trimmed, nicely tail ored Soils from such malcriáis as Silver and Gold Tone., 'Alca lino, Duva and Scoleli Tweeds $45.00 to ' $98.00 SPIXMAL Charming New Suits, Nicely Tailored from a splendid quality all Wool Navy Blue Tricatinc at $35.00 SPECIAL Plain and Iiraided, Trimmed, well Tailored all Wool, Navy Blue Sorgo Suits. Nolo the low price on those new high grade suits $22.50 New Arrivals In The Silk Section The new shades in Silk Jersey at yard ... 1 $0.30 Tho new shades in Salin Charmcuso at yd, $3.08and $iJ)3 The new shades in all Silk Taffetas at yd. $2.50 to $4.98 And many other 1,ew lots of beautiful silks have recently been received ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 4 September 1920

i, J?oiia . 5. Pasamente .... 0. Miera . 7. Clanhain . I WELCOME SHRINERS Tííí e I AYt WELCOME NEWS -V OLD ME Nt'MIIER, IS THIRTEEN hi mjmmxxjftvK y TI II Clayton, New Mexico, September 4, 1 920 SUBSCRIPTION RATS 3.00 riCIl YEAH IN ADVANO ft THIS PAPER IS DEVOTED TO TIIE DEVELOPMENT OF THE BEST IN CLAYTON AND UNION COUNTY EIGHT PAGES Shriners Take Posession of Town IMPERIAL POTENTATE EXPECT ED. JUDGE I. II. IIANNA AMONG DISTINGUISHED VISITOHS. Clayton is in the hands of llio Shriners today. Moro than 000 visit ors from all parts of the state are hero enjoying Urn hospitality of their fraternal brothers. Business houses on all streets have been dec orated for the occasion. At the time of going to press, local Shriners were not able to suy wheth or or not the Imperial 1'otentnlo would be present.. However, they are hopeful that tie will reach Clay ton on the noon train today. There will be a class of at least seenty-fiv, nnd a handsome ring valued at $250.00 will be given to the most ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 4 September 1920

THE CLAYTON NEWS, JTl'nDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1926. Teaching Old Dogs New Tricks Is a whole lol harder than calling attention lo errors an In telligent man may fall into. Tako "BINDERS"; "NEW BINDERS." Nino limes out of ten il starts off without n liok of trouble and may fall into normal wear and tear. But accidents may happen lo your machino, be i new or old and then there is "Morry Jessie" to pay. If your repairs are available so that you only have slight de lay, all woll, providing the machine will do the work. Tho owning of a McCORMICK or DEERING Bindor is to tho Farmor what Hail, Fire, or any other insurance is to you. You are sure of safety whatever may happen. Tho same old Ciironic crop of Binders keeps cropping up and again fading away, but the McCORMICK AND DEERING MACHINERY is like timo etornal. Tako any sale that you have ovor altonded you will notice that both DEERING and McCOR-' MICK bring from 90 to 95 per cont of their normal value, for all know tho nlachinos and the Inter...

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

THE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY, SKPTEJHBBR 4, 1920. T. A. Wtaelan Eugene Palmer WIIELAN & PAUIER Lawyers Offices: 2nd Floor Thompson Bldg. Practice in all Stale and Federal Courts. C . W.j(Anderson WATCH MAKER and JEWELER (Froth's Pharmacy) CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO FRANK 0. BLUE ATTORNEY AT LAW PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS CLAYTON, NEW MEX. Dr. J. C. KISNER OBJTKRAI. PIIAOTICB. IChM Xac ta Ta!pfcon Ba hue ta Ckarltaa BvlMlaA " CUyto. X. K. AJoa Splallat an Raatvra, Kur, Haaa, Threat, Btomaek, Pmim ai f woman and Children. Ottlea Basra It ta It a, 1 to ls.ni. Sunday: 1:10 ta lllOkH OtAar kourn by appolntawat. Ofttaa n M4. For Any Kind of MATTRESSES, BEDS, SANI TARY SPRINGS AND COdK STOVES. NEW LOT OF RUG.S JUST LN B. U. WE I LAND "Tho Second Hand .Man" 115 N. Second St. Phono 270 Clayton Plumbing' & Heating Co. Sanitary Plumlilng, Steam, Hot Water 'and Hot Air Heat SHEET METAL WORK Phone 189 Clayton, N. M. Col. J. A. Sowers. Col. Geo. Goodyear Goodyear &'Sowers Auctioneers CATTLE EXCHAN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 4 September 1920

r-,-4- , t- , TTTE CLAYTON NEWS, STlltDAYSBPTEWnEn H, 1920. A Good Bank is the Mainstay of Industry Back of all Industry and enterprise stands finance, always ready and willing to encourage anything worthy that will advance the intecst of the community. Dut first of all must come individual thrift and industry Iho loyal support of home banks by homo people. -Every dol lar you save and deposit In our bank is not only advancing your own welfare, but it Ls encouraging and assisting homo indusfy. .Besides the material benefit you derive from a bank account, wo oíícr you every courtesy and facility in handling your business. "The Clayton National Bank The Clayton News inicial Paper oí U. S. Land Office, County of Union, Town of Clayton. ter4 U the roat'Oftlce at Clajtoa, tin Mexico, aa Second Cla mall mut er, October 20, 190, under the act at March 3, 187 G. C. SMIT1I Publisher S. 11. JOHNSTON Ertitor $2.00 per Year Advertising Hntcs on Bequest. FOOD I'Olt TIIOL'OIIT Occasionally the gen...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 4 September 1920

TIE CLAYTON NEWS. SATURDAY, SEPTEafnER 4, 1920. 4 STATIC OP, NEW MKXICO. (SEAL) . CHUTIP1UATB OK COMPARISON Uiltl HtatM of Ameriw. State of New Hex loo bo. It In Hereby Certified, that the un nl Is a full, true and complete tr(UrlDt of the CBRTIFICATK Off JlfCpnTOltATlON of TI1K FAJtAIER K1M!AND STOCKAIENS UANK OF C1ATTON Mo. 10S6JJ with the en OorMraent thereon, he ame appears on file and of record U the office of the (Hale Corporation Commission. Hi Teeetlmony thereof, the State Corporation Commission of the State t Mew Mexico has caused this certif icate to be signed by its ohalrman and tbe aeal of said Commission, to be af fixed at the City of Santa Fe, on this Stlt day of August, A. D. mo. .J. ai. lV.NA, Acting Chairman. . .f Ji SIP' f r, '4 ' Attest A. u. Morrison, Clerk. AJtTlCLnS UK INCOHfOUATlON OF THH FARMERS AND STOCKMKNS UANK, OF CLAYTON. , We, the undersigned, hereby asso elae ourselves together for the pur- Ha ui iurniuiB u. corporation ior iínK parpo, under the laws o...

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