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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 17 July 1915

ATOE CLAYTON N DEVOTED 7 O THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME VIII. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY JULY !7. 1915. NUMBER 29. K 1 v-. THE UNION COUNTY INSTITUTE Largest and Best In New Mexico. 143 Teachers from Ten States Come Here for Their Professional Work. The Union County Institute open er! Ha ri'Ruhtrfmmah session jil the ed its regular annual session at the day morning with the largest en rollment, in its history. The enroll ment to date has reached one hun dred forty-three members, which is an enrollment of twenty-four more then any former enrollment, and by far the largest -enrollment in the stale. Owing to the fact that our coun ty superintendent makes the most careful plans and provides the best possible opportunities for teachers to secure the work they need, Clay Ion has become known throughout (hi! whole southwest as the best place to go for Institute work. The excellent program carried out by live regular instructors has brough...

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 1915

lio hit tn. 1 11 t..l.'1,l t I... nil! t,P.,i-..ll 1 .1 1 II. C. Mcl'adilin left the l',r-t of Hie Week lo lake C-i;i 'V of tie' , .w hank at 'J'eliiie. ind if it i- s:i 1 1-1 .-o-f ni'v lino ii c:al. d. In r .'dvli-e sii'i-hl. In t!il : sen inais te eat te-eta hl"S wo w-'li'dn'i l o-:!,.. ,. will land it wild eni"i;.'h pn-li. WEBER Y HIJOS LA TIENDA NUEVA La Tienda con efectos nuevos y precios ruevosprecios que le interesan y le reducen su dinero. Nosotros sabemos los ne cesarios de la familia, y conosemos que el cabesilla de la casa sabe corecto el precio-eso es los que hallara en esta tienda. Baya con el otro, si quiere y luego haga una prueba con LA COMPAÑIA MERCANTIL DE WEBER Y HIJOS Hablamos en Ingles, Español y Alemán Edificio de Gray-Easterwood Clayton, New Mexico. THE CLAYTON NEWS, Jl'LY 17, 1013. LOCAL AND PERSON!, Henry Vet of Cuati-, -p, nt Fr ilny ia Clayton tradim--. Mr. Lucilo E. Atwatir of Des Moines, spent Friday in Clatnii. .1. M. May id lies Moines, traus-ai-ti'il...

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 1915

TIIE CLAYTON NEWS, JIXY 17, 1915. EdLson will Help Navy Washington, July 13. Announce ment by Tliomas A. Edison of his acceptance of Secretary Daniel's of fer to head an advisory board of civilian inventors for the proposed bureau of invention and develop ment in the navy department was received gratification today by naval ofllcials. Secretary Daniels, who ap pealed to Mr. Edison to undertake the task on patriotic ground?., went ahead today with the perfection of his new plans. It is planned to have men prominent in special lines of in velion and research work associat ed with the bureau, several names already being under consideration. One of the big problems to be laid befor. ethe bureau will be that of improving the navy's submarines ant! airships. Heferfing in his let ter to Mr. Edison to submarine war fare, Mr. Daniels said that he felt sure with Mr. Edison's wonderful brain to help theni the officers of lh" navy would be able "to meet this new danger with new devices that wil...

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 1915

A . tar FREE paciaf of "papera" wilh maehSc sack THE CLAYTON NEWS, Jl'LY 17, 1913. THE CLAYTON NEWS OFFICIAL PAPER OFVMOM Col' STY IlITHKHS A DIRAN, P HnPIUKTORS Cfcaa. P. Satkera, Editor ONE IX) LLAR FEU YEAR Knterrd an second clous matter Octo ber 29. 19. at the poKtoltlce at Clay ton, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3. 179 Saturday. July 1", liM.'i. 'I'liis week we art" ,jtit a lililí- bit in 1 1 1 dark. 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii i 1 1:1 1 1 iiu tliiiiu's liappi'iicil ni-miml litis In nú' tlieliisl of tin' week, ami nnvv it iiienr.- that tin-lilit i.t mi ami the In! ;t w -)-l down ti-lit. Tlif district attorney nf this dis trict deserves credit for tin- manner in wliicli In- ami his assistant pros ecuted tin- Mansker case, IteL-nrd-less of the guilt or innocence of the sdieriff, it is evident that the pros ecutor l)eieed ill the puilt of the accused ami prosecuted the case in accordance wilh his oath as an official. Si m narrosv-mimled individuals tried to cn-nte the impression that the ...

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. — 17 July 1915

TIIE CLAYTON NEWS, Jl'LY 17, 1913. 'tapiw SIMON HERZSTEIIN I st.,e I h. and Girls Clayton's Only Ready-to-Wear Store and Boys SPECIAL FOR ANOTHER WEEK Specially selected for the visiting teachers each article on sale for the last week of the institute will he remarkable value, something for both the men and women teachers. Do not fail to visit this store during this week. For Women and Girls Choice $1.98 All new stock, up -to date styles, in all the wanted leathers, also the new white cloth low or high hill pumps, Choice $1.98 HATS FOR WOMEN Choice 50C The above price should sell every Hat left the first morning CHIOCE 50C Valley Rnnrh Mrs. Lucy H. Brunten of Marion, Kansas, is visiting rotativa anil friends in this vicinity. There was a picnic at Valley Hanch Lake cm the? Fourth. Alt enjoyed the ice cream and lemon ade and boat rides. Tip Hoherts anl Fred Hoelderle were "old timers" handling the oars. Miss Nirhcrly took some nice views of the crowds and others got snap shots of boa...

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 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS, Jl'LY 17, 1915. " . . . . Trxllne to Have Itarhcrue. A two days barben i I pirnci with plenty of fun, frolic a d amuse ment with plenty to cat is thu pro gramme for Texline I the lust two days uf July. At a meeting of tli' luiMiiL'.-s nu n of that city last Wednesday ni(.'lit money was rais ed, romnutees n i i 1 1 L- 1 ami plans peiTected to rany out what prom ises to I the best two days picnic, barbecue and gem-mi god timo yet. The progarm calls for horse rac ing, bronco busting, tug of war, hall Karnes, basket hall games relay races, jitney races, fat man's race, basket dinner, and a bit? Free lar hecue. A dance for all night July Kllli is scheduled and up to 12 for Saturday night. The people of Oluy taon and surrounding country are cordially invited, liig free Háche me July :i th Friday. lug basket dinner July 31st Satunlav. Old Settlers Picnic On Thursday, August nth, an Old Settler's I'icnic will bo held in the grove on the perico live miles south of Clayton. ...

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 1915

thi: L YTO M:VS. .,.ly 17, ioi.-i. notk i: ok sai.f. of tax ci'.r j iuca i fs. union oh ty, m;v mluc.o 1913 TAXKS I, the m l-i-siK')'d Treasurer ami ex-ollicio collector of taxes fir tin" county "f Union, in tli. State of Ni'w .Mexico, ilo hi'ri'hy give iiulire that certificate of Mali's for delin pient tuxes fur the year 1013 on properly heretofore struck oil' to Hie said county for want, of bid ders then 'for, will lie 90IÍI at pub lic miction on the oih day of Au gust, 101.1, at the hour of 10 o'clock 111 the forenoon, at the courthouse of said county, that being the time of tin' regular delinquent tax sale to the highest bidder for cash, but in no ca.-e shall any such certifi cate of sale lie sold for less than the full amount of the taxes and interest due, as shown in the follow ing list, which sets forth a brief description of tie' properly. Hi" amount due to date of sale and lie' name of the person u-v.inst whom the lax was assessed, or that it was assessed against unknown ow...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 17 July 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS, July 17, 1915 Certificate No. 05. Unknown Own er. Lots 14 Wit. 1540 Clayton, Tax and Penalty $ .70, Adv. $ .92, To tal $1.08. Certiorate No. 00. Unknown Own er: Lota 2-4-10-12 in Blk. 1347 in Clayton and improvements, Tax and Penalty $ lti.HO, Adv. $1.15, To tal $18.01. Certificate No. 07. Unknown Own ers: LoU 2-4-0-8-10-12-14-16-18-20-2224 Ulk. 1.154 in Clayton, Tax and Penalty $7.22, Adv. $1.15, To tal $8.37. Certificate No. 08. Unknown Own ers: LoU 7-0-11-13-14-10 Blk. 1349 in Clayton, Tax and Penalty $09.22. Adv. $ .02, Total $70.14. Certificate. No. 00. Unknown Own er: Lois 1-7 Ulk. 13i8 in Clayton, lax and Penalty $3.01, Adv. $ .02, Total $303. Certificate No. 100. Unknown Own er: All of lilk. 1355 in Clayton, Tax and Penalty $14.41, Adv. $ .02 Total $15.30. Certificate No. 101. Unknown Own er: LoU 5-7-9-11-13-15-17-19 -21-23-20-22-21 Blk. 1415 in Clavt n, Tax and Penalty $7.83, Adv. $1 15, Tola1 8.08. Certificate No. 102. Unknown Own er: LoU 2-4-0 in lilk. 1...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 17 July 1915

TI IK CLAYTON NEWS. July 17, 1015 'T f 1- Certitlealo No. 433. Manuel G. Kara: S 1-2 SW 1-4, NE t-i SV 1-1, SK l-l NW 1-1, See. 33, Twp. 23n.. It. 30c, Ii'iO acres. Tax ami penalty S0.03, Adv. SI. 15, Total 7.78. Certiorate No. 431. Knreques. Wen: S 1-2 SW 8 1-2 SK 1-i, Seo. 22. Tup. Mu., II. 30.'., ICO acres. Thx ami penalty ifi.OI, Adv. sfl.15, Tolal $7.7(1. d rl licale .No. 435. Jamos Carter: N 1-2 .NE 1-i, SK 1-4 NE 1-i, NK 1-1 SE 1-1, Sec. 3, Twp. 22ll. .It. 30c, Itii) arres. Tax nnd penalty fd.OI, Adv. $1.15, Total $7.70. Certtiflc ato No. 430. Juan Castillo: K 1-2 NV 1-1, K 1-2 SW S--e. 27, Twp. 22n., It. 20o, 100 arres. Tax and penally $0.01, Adv. si. 13, T'dal S7.70. . y- Epifanio E.s, pi chel: 10 1-2 sV NW 1-i SW 1-i. SW 1-i SW 1-1, P, c. W T.v . 22n., It. 30c, too acre. Tux and penally ifd.OI, Adv. $1.38, Total y',.'.'i. Certiorate No. 438. Ktrnario .Timon es: SE 1-1 ,E 1-1. NK 1-i SK 1-i, See. 10. S 1-2 NW 1-4, S. r 2:1. Twp iii.. It. .;oe., led acres, lax ami I penalty ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 17 July 1915

TJIE CLAYTON NEWS, July 17, 1915. Certificate No. 273. Unknown Own iti: NK I-4 NW I -4, 8 i -2 SW I -4, NW 1-4 SW I-4, Sec. 0, Twp. 29n, H. 2He, I0o acres. Tax and pen alfy ÍMÍ.Ü3, Adv. $1.15, Total $7.78. Ccrtillrate No. 276. Unknown Own er: K 1-2 NE l-t, E t-2 SE l-i. Sec. I, Twp. Win, II. 28c I lio acres, and improvements. Tax "iil penalty 88.09, Adv. $l.;)8, Total $ino ('.clinical.; No. 277. Unknown Own ers: V I -2 ,V l-i, SE l-l NW l-i. NK l-i SW l-i, Sec. 1 5. Twp. ill ti., II. 2e., 160 acres lax and penalty .0.63, Adv. $1.38, Total 88.nl. Certiilralc No. 278. l'nknown Own it: NK l-l SK l-i. Sec. l;t, N I -2 SK l-l. Sec, 20, Twp. 3ln., It. 28.-., I2ii acres. Tax ami penalty $1.90, Ailv. ..12, Tola! $5.88. Certificate No. 27'.. Unknown Own er: N. 1-2 SK. l-i. X. 1-2 NW. l-i, NW l-i SW l-i SW l-i NW l-i, S.t, 28, N 1-2 NK l-i, N 1-2 NW l-i, SW l-i NW l-i, N 1-2 SK l-i, Sec, 2J, Twp. Mln., It. 29e 180 acres. Tax and penalty $19.80, Adv. $1.82, Total $21.68. Ci-rtilirale No. 280. ...

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 1915

HIE CLAYTON NEWS, July 17, 1915 Certificate No. 594. Domingo Mon toya: SW 1-4 ,NV 1-4, Sec. 5, LoU 1-2, S 1-2 NE 1-4, Sec. 6, Twp. 17n, H. 29c, 100 acres. Tax ami pu alty .31, Adv. $1.15, Total $7.40. Certillcate No. 595. Vidal Martin ez :N 1-2 SW 1-4 NW 1-4 SE 1-4, SW 1-4 NK 1-4, Sec. 12, Twp. 17n., 11. 29e, 1(50, acres. Tax and pen ally $6.32, Adv. $1 .38, Total 7.70. Certillcate No. 59(5: Miguil Martin ez: S 1-2 SW 1-4, SW 1-4 SE 1-4, Sec. 13, NW 1-4 NK 1-4, Sec. 24, Twp. 17n., R. 2!e., 100 acres. Tax ami penalty $0.32, Adv. $1.38, To tal $7.70. Certificate No. 5117. Teofoli G. Mesí as: N 1-2 NW 1-4, N 1-2 NE 1-1, Sec. 9, Twp. 17n,. H. 29e, 1(50 acres. Tax and penalty $0.32, Adv. 1.15, Total $7.47. Certillcate No. 598. Lucy S. tuck er: NW 1-4 Sec. 13, E 1-2 NE 1-4, Sec. 14, Twp. ln, R. 21e., 210 acres. Tax and penally $9.17, Adv. $1.15, Total $10.02. Certificate No. 599. Manuel Royhal: SE 1-4 SE 1-i, Sec. 17, E 1-2 NE 1-4, NE 1-4 S El-4, Sec. 20oTwp. 19n., H. 29e, 100 acres. Tax ...

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 1915

THE CLAYTON' NEWS, iul.v 17, 1915 west 220 fool !o the point of be ginning, same being 120 X 300 feet, beginning at a point 80 feet east of the h corner of blk. 32, tlienee south 300 feet thence east 120 feet thence north 300 feet, thence west 120 feet to place of beginning, same being 120 X 300 feet, be ginning 80 feet east of the NB corner of Hlk. 31, thence 300 feet, thenceeast 120 feet, thence north 3)tl feet thence west 120 feet to place of beginning, same being 120 X 300 feet, beginning at a point 80 feet east of the NE corn er of lllk. 31, thence south to the Railroad right-of-way, thence south to the south line of bran son's addition of the town of Des Moines, thence east to the east hue of the Branson addition, (hence north 10 feet, thence xx'est 120 feet to bent Str containing 3-1 lot-s. Lot 3, blk. 2, Lots 10-12, Hlk. 2, l.oU 10-11-12, blk 3, Lots 5 to 8, blk I. Lots 13-11-15, blk 6, Lots 1 to 5, 20 to 2't, blk 8, Lots 5-0, blk. 10, Lots 7-8-23-21, blk, 11, Lots 13 to Hi,...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 17 July 1915

s THE CLAYTON NEWS. Jl'LY 17, 1915. Certificate No. 88. James Harlow: SW 1-4 SE 1-, NW 1-4, Sec. 10, i. zstn H. J-ie.. 4nu acres and mi provements and personal proper ty, lax and penally vs.w, Adv. $1.38, Total $.'4.18. Certillcate No. 8. O. L. Johnson: Undescrihed 100 acres, improve ments and personal property, Tax and Penalty 52.11, Adv. $1.15, To tal $53. Wi. Certiorate No. 870. Alma Hudson: N 1-2 NE 1-4, Sec. I t, T. 2011., U. :)5e., 80 acres, Tax and Penalty $:i75, Adv. .02, Total fl.07. Certificate No. 871. M. F Fstis: SW 1-4 SW i-4, Sec 33 T. 25n.. II. 35e., 40 acres, Tax and Penalty $1.87, Adv. $ .1)2, Total 1.87. Certificate No. 872. A. V. Richmond N 1-2 NV 1-4, Sec. 31, T. 2rn., R. 35e., 80 acres, Tax and Penalty $3.75, Adv. $ .92, Total $4.07. IVrcinct No. 15 Certificate No. 873. F. Roth Estate: SW 1-4 NV 1-4, Sec. 0, T. 25n., It. 30e., 40 acres, Tax and Penally 1.87, Adv. $ .02, Total $2.70. Precinct No. (i Certificate No. 874. A. E. Hooth: N 1-2 SE 1-4, S 1-2 NE 1-4, Se...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 17 July 1915

THE CLAYTON NR W8, JULY 17, 1915. QUALITY STORE LOW PRICE MAKERS OTTO-JOUSOM MERCANTILE COMPANY Everything to Eat and Wear This Week will be Final Clean-up Week of Summer Goods at our Store. You will find genuine bargains on our bargain tables this week. You had better come in and take advantage of them. : : : : : : : : : : : : : : Shirt Waists For Final Clean-up Week All our new and up-to-date Crepe de Chine and Jap Silk Shirt Waists at 331-3 Discount One lot lawn and voile shirt waists values to $2.50 Your Choice 69c Middy Blouses What we have left in Middy Blouses for this Glean-up week will go at 1-3 Off This is a Bargain All Boys' Wash Suits to go this week at per suit 1-2 Price Fancy Parasols To go this week at only 1-2 Price Mens' Hats Including Panama, Silk Hats, Childrens' Hats and Men' and Boys' Caps at 1-3 Off HARDWARB DEPARTMENT MTORMICK 1 il i id 'ru i New 4 and Big 4 Mowers. Simple and durable. Fewer parts than any other Mower. The McCORMICK does not have a number of s...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 24 July 1915

rG-OE CLAYTON NEW DEVOTED 7 0 THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME VIII. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JULY 2i, 1915. TiO. 30. RESOLUTIONS BY CO. TEACHERS Teachers Lavish In Praise of In structors; Promise Pupils Better Service In Future. Whereas, We, the teachers of Nn--ion County, in annual convention as sembled, believing the present ses sion one of the most pleasant and profitable in the history of Union county, would hereby express our sentiments regarding the same: THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED: I. That to the citizens of Clay ton we owe our sincere and hearty thanks for their ready willingness to sacrifice for our comfort and convenience, and we shall ever re call with gratitude their kind hos pitality. We especially thank the Hoard of Education for the use of the Clayton High School building, and herewith extend our thanks to Mr. J. B. Flippin for his many and courteous acts as janitor. 2. That we thank our county su perintendent, Hon. H...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 24 July 1915

NUESTRO SERVICIO ES SATISFACTORIO Nuestro trato esta crociendo y si Ud, no ha visitado nuestra tien da y no ha tomado ventaja en nuestros efectos y precios, no ha tratado bien su bolsillo. Nuestros efectos y precios han hecho nuestra entrada en una vida comercial en Clayton y bien benida a la mucha gente que nos ha favorecido con su negocio. Decearia mos de demostrarle nuestro servicio y precios a Ud. Cualquier cosa en la linia de Efectos Secos y Abarrotes. LA COMPAÑIA MERCANTIL DE WEBER Y HIJOS Hablamos en Ingles. Español y Alemán Edificio de Gray-Easterwood . Clayton, New Mexico. TIIE CLAYTON NEWS, JULY 24, 1915. LOCAL AND PEItSOYVL C. R. Crossman return, d Tuesday from Denver. W. L. Lingren of Amistad, visited Clayton Thursday. N. E. Walker of Pasarnonle, was in the city Friday. W. C. Johnson left the first of the week for Amarillo, Texas. Dr. Danw'l has moved his office to the postolllcu building. W. A. HendiTson spoilt Sunday in Dc9 Mn ' s visiting friends. A. J. Payne of Sedan...

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. — 24 July 1915

c THE CLAYTON NEWS, JULY 24, 1915. Obituary Mrs. L. A. Ualchelor one of the r.ged mothers of our community, .'.I one of the most beloved old hidies that one ever met passed away Monday, July 12, at 10:30 n. ni at the home of hor son, Sam IV Hatchelor, fifteen miles souin of Ih-' rounty seat. For two weeks before Iter death she was confined to her hed and gradually weakened until the last two days of her illness when she became unconsrious. Friends and neighbors took their turn car ing for and sitting up with her and son, Sam B., was at her bedside constantly, doing all in his power to prolong her life. A large number of neighbors ac companied the corpse to the Tex- lin cemetery where she was in terred, Tueday, July 13. Mrs. Hatchelor was born Decern ber 11, 1811, and had been a widow for more than thirty years. She has raised a large family of children, of whom live are living and have fam ilies of their own. There are three daughters, Mrs. Bettie Windham, of Upland, Texas, Mrs. Ell...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 24 July 1915

A.I. for FREE pacta a TIIE CLAYTON NEWS, JULY 24, 1915. THE CLAYTON NEWS mciAtrAm orrxio county IDTHKRI A DIRAN, PnoPRIBTOKS Chaa. r. latkcrm, Kltr ONE DOLLAR PEH YEAR Entered aa accond claaa matter Octo ber it. 1(0. at the poatofllce at Clay ten. New Mexico, under the Act of March . 187. Saturday, July 24, 191.'. And the jimmy "jimmied.' "Judge Toombs, then and now the defendant's attorney." Judge Lieb. W onder what that judge is talking about? And the evidence evidenced. Bryan and Teddy have both been dropped as first page attractions, newspapers and he people usually prefer men who do things. And the udge judged. "All the evidence, when taken to gether and fairly considered, indi cates unerringly who those persons are." Judge Lieb. Wonder what that judge is talking about? According to reporta of the Mex ican scrap. Villa and Obregon both win the same battles. That i.s a nice arrangement and should be satsfactory to both chieftains. Union county is fast demonstrat ing her educatio...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 24 July 1915

TIIE CLAYTON NEWS, JULY 21, 1915. A ' " I a Store For Women SIVION HERZSTEIN Store for Men and Girls Clayton's Only Ready-to-Wear Store and Boys End of July Bargains Most stores wait until August 10th to 15th to give customers the bargains I am offering during the last of July I will leave for the markets soon to buy new fall merchandise, and I wish to convert into ready cash most all of the summer goods before I go therefore these early reductions. ....... End of July Special Guaranteed all Silk Crepe de Chine Waists $1.50 Each sVhite or Flesh colors. The silk used in these waists is absolutely dependable. Every one is cut full, blousey and correct. They are made with the new hemstiched Quaker collar of organdi with cníís to match. Choice $1.50 each Low Shoes for $2.00 House Slippers now 2.50 Vici Oxfords now 3.00 black and white Pumps 3.00 patent leather Pumps 3.50 dress Pumps now ALL LOW SHOES NOW ON SALE AT 2? PER The German Reply The German note answering the second one dispatc...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 24 July 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS, Jl'LY 2i, 1913. Killing Prairie l)(.;;s Five prairie dojrs destroy enounh Kiass l .hvi.ki t a sheep; Iwenly llvi destroy enough to keep a cow. Think of tin- twenty-five million prairie doj:s in tin; United States and Htiire out for yourself why these inlillc little rodents ar- no joke to tin- ptnrkmi'ii of Arizona and .WW .Mexico ami why tin- 1. nited States K" eminent is liard after their little brown scalps. Scienlilic prairie dog scalp limit ing is (lie chosen calling of J. (. Crick, of the United States biolog ical survey. Mr. Crick's work is ap plied biological science in the con crete. Accurate knowledge of just when, what and how a prairie dog will eat, and ju-d li"v lunch and what kind of poison it takes to kill him, is all taken advantage of. A crew of live men go out over the dog towns on saddle horses, care fully placing one fablespoonfiil id' poismi at each inhabited dug 1 1 1 . . . and workinit from a supply wauon which carries a special mixing lank ui...

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