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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 31 July 1915

TIIE CLAYTON NEWS, ULY 31, 1915. Certificate No. 8C8. James Harlow: SW t-4 SE 1-4, NW 1-4, Sec. 10, T. 29n, II. 3ie, 480 acres and im provements and personal proper ty. Tax and Penalty $220, Adv. 1.38, Total $24.18. Certificate No. 8li. O. L. Johnson: Undescribed 100 acres, improve ments and personal property, Tax and Penally $o2.1t, Adv. $1.15, To tal 853.2(i. Certificate No. 870. Alma Dodson: N 1-2 NE 1-4, Sec. 11, T. 25n., H. 3."e., 80 acres. Tax and Penalty $3.73, Adv. $ .12, Total $1.67. Certificate No. 871. M. F Esti: SW 1-4 SW 1-4. Sec 33, T. 25n., II. 3., 40 acres, Tax and Penalty $1.87, Adv. $ .'.12, Total $1.87. Certificate No. 872. A. W. Richmond N 1-2 NW 1-1, Sec. 31, T. 2Tni, II. 35e, 80 acres, Tax and Penalty 1.75, Adv. .H2. Total $i.(57. Precinct No. 15 Certificate No. 873. F. Hoth Estate: SW 1-4 NW 1-4, Sec. (5, T. 2:n., II. 30e., 40 aces, Tax and Penalty 1.87, Adv. $ .92, Total $2.79. Precinct No. 6 Crrtilleate No. 871. A. E. Hootli: N 1-2 SE 1-4, S 1-2 NE 1-4, Sec....

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. — 31 July 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS, JULY 31, QUALITY STORE LOW PRICE MAKERS QTO-JM MERCANTILE C0B8PAM Everything to at and Wear This week we are going to offer you some bargains that will certainly make it worth your while to investigate Style 3065 For the arrrapr fiRure. Made of coutil wuh siik t-m broidery trim. A mnrt- pronounred vaist line than other new modc 2 luce pairs oí how; supiAjrurs, Price, $1.50 CORSET SPECIAL One lot consisting of about 50 of the famous American Lady Corsets. Good sizes and good styles, regular price $1.50 Special Price $1.00 One lot American Lady Gorsets regular price is $1.00 Special Price 75c LOW SHOES One lot of Ladies' Low Shoes in Black, Tan and White. Values $2,50 to $3.50. Your Choice $1.49 Per Pair One Lot of Girls' Low Shoes in Black, Tan and White. Values $1.50 to $2.50 Your Ghoice $1.19 SHIRT WAISTS 49c One Lot of Ladies Shirt Waists white with colored stripe and white voile and RatineCrepe. Values at 75c to $2.00. . . . . Your Choice 49c HARDWARB DEPARPMENT...

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 1915

TO-QE CLAYTON N DEVOTED 10 THE INTERESTS OE GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME VIII. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1915. NO. 32. APPORTIONMENT SCHOOL FIN Wants to be Friendly LIST, GRAND AM) PKT1T JURORS Kaiser Issues Manifesto SEEK PEACE FOR OLD MEXICO County Superintendent Makes An nual Apportionment. The Rate Per Capita Is (50 Cents. 1, H. H. Errett, superintendent of schools in and for Union county. New Mexico, hereby certify that I have "Inly apportioned t lie General Sshnol Kund of Union county, on this the :10th day of July, 1915. The amount apportioned in Three Thousand Eighty-one and 60-100 Dollars. The rate per capita is Sixty Cents, which is apportioned to the various dis tricts of the county as follows: I islrict. 1 2. 3. i. Amount. Scholastics. ..236.10. 394 . 3(5.00 60 lot.io. r.i 31 101 . 951 20.10. . 5. 00.00. . C). 57.00. . 7 33.00. . 8. 50,10. . 9. 38.10. . 10. 13.20. . 11. 42.00. . 12 39.00. . 13. 23.80. . It. 35.10. 59 15. 60....

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 7 August 1915

0 Bark lo the Lund Tin! CIihbko City Carrions Asso- iatiuil lias found a practical help fir tin- "hack-to-tlie-land movement ilirougli tlit cultivation of vacant lact;9 within the city limits by the poor and unemployed. Each year lli association apportions 400 eitrlit ;icre farms to as many families who 'land in need of moral or financial assistance. A large number of these ameteur farmers become attracted lo the work, learn the financial re tur nto be obtained from riKht me IIioiIh, gel some idea of scientific aicrieiilturp, and each year a large number of "graduates" leave the "baby farms" to engage in the regu lar work of truck fanning or farm ing on a larger scale. The work in Chicago is under the direction of I. aura liainty Pclham, president of the ssociution, who has prevailed opon the owners of large tracts of land to donate them for gardening purposes to the association. She is working upon the principle that the raw Italian or Slav immigrant will not go lo the country dire...

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. — 7 August 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS, AlT.t ST 7. 1913 ATTENTION, IIOMKSTEADER9 All legal advertising In this paper Is rend and corrected according to copy. Ilend your ad. and If an error Is found however slight, notify us at once. MT1CH FOR ri III.ICA TIOX Department of the Interior, U S Land ' ece 1 at Clayton, N M, July 18. 1915 Notice Is hereby given that Jolm W llllau ftlnssie, of Thomas, New Mex ico, who, on May 19, 1911, made Home stead Entry, Serial No 0132SS, for NK 1-4, Section 22, and SW 1-4, Section 3. Township 24, Hange 3IK, N M l Me. tldlnn, has filed notice of Intention to make Three Year l'roof, to establish i 'aim to the land above described, be i'ore Register and Receiver, I' 8 Land i Mllce at Clayton, N M, on the Mh day of September, 1915 Claimant names as witnesses: Frank B Moore, Roy Helih, John Ho- mer, J Mexico T Itiggs, all of Thomas, New ' 7-21-8-4 PAZ VALVEUDIC, Kririsicr O XOTICB FOR FI HI.ICAT10 Department " of the Interior, I', s Land Ulliceat Clayton, New Mexico, JiM.t in,...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 7 August 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS, Alfil ST 7, 1913 THE CLAYTON NEWS OFFICIAL PAr-KR OftMOX COI MTY Chan. IMIItlV, PllliritlKTORS P. gathrra, Kdltor ONE DOLLAR l'EH YE All Entnrril as m-coml iluf mrtter Octo lier 26. 1908. nt the pustolllce at Clay ton. New Mi'Xlco. under the Act of March 3. 1!T9 Saturday AufjtM 7, V.H'i Awl it rrupl'-d- hut air. Tin' pi-i li i l i-uinlav is thus ili l'm ril by Jtidu"' ALUij 15. axU' r: ' lji:-l. tpii-t, a little n!ki i. n bit f u iii. in. a b il of heart u It worMiip. a Inaity lihti'imiu N.f family tit's, niiint' contemplation of man's duly tu (.tul ami bis in 'it-'liiior. ami thr ritii'ii's iluly to tin' statu, ami a 1 1 I or two of kiiitlni'Ss." ninl fiijoyt'il it. We do not realty rlnim to have bruins we ran prove that we have nol but submit Hint they would be a needless ipiantity in di'.liiiK willi Mr. Guyer. i Sn i i Mr. Whentley. He U a good story teller, but do not garble tbe yarn. At The Hal Yl: .lay 1. often , it was muid i i 1 was a Kid and we used to ill...

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. — 7 August 1915

Store For Women and Girls SIMON HERZSTEIIN Clayton's Only Ready-to-lAear Store A Store for Men and Boys CLEAN UP SALE OF SUMMER m 3 kiñiiyiLiiiiiUJ GOODS VI Lowest prices of the entire year on all niece suits for men and washable suits 33 1-3 OFF On dresses for women. Í1 91 Gingham Dresses for Wo- QM P ! men now OC t9 Cft Gingham Dresses for (M J yté.OM Women now pl.Of ÍJO White Ratina blue trimmed &t fO Dresses dJO QC White Cotton Crepe J yJ.W Dresses for Women .04 33 1-3 OFF On all muslin underwear. Corset Covers ow 25c S OC- Corset Covers vJC Now 7 C Emb Trimmed Cowns f lit $1 Now Princess Slips Now 17c 24c 50c 67c dresses for women and children, for boys. 33 1-3 OFF On all two piece suits for men. Hart, Schaffner and Marx fine two piece suits Included. Here they go, J7 K( PaIm Bech cloth suits, the tfr Pl.üll Keep Kool Kind now $D Mfl Two piece Suits several trj P1U kinds, now $D.Uf tfJIO CA Two piece Norfolk blue &Q Q J pi.JU erge Suits, now $0.3'1 í f C Two piece suits...

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. — 7 August 1915

NUESTRO SERVICIO ES SATISFACTORIO Entregamos a todas partes de la ciudad 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. Cualesquier cosa en la linia de Efectos Secos y Abarrotes. LA COMPAÑIA MERCANTIL DE WEBER Y HUOS Hablamos en Ingles, Español y Alemán Edificio de Gray-Eaíterwood CUytorj, New exico. THE CLAYTON' NEWS, AUGUST 7, 1913 LOCAL AND PERSONAL E. R. McRae of near rWnn, spent Monday in Clayton. Misa Loma Spurr of Trinidad, is visiting friends in Clayton. R. L. Mason of near ML Dora, was a Monday visitor in Clayton. Y. B. Herald of near Orandview, was a Clayton visitor Monday. Miss Mayme Cochran of Denver, is visiting Mrs. George Williams. Miss Fern Karnes i...

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. — 7 August 1915

TIIE CLAYTON NEWS, AUGUST 7, 1915 VALLEY VIEW (Went Sedan The good rain Saturday gave our crops another good start. Thoy have been growing fine 1 tin past two week and we are assured a bumper porn crop. Mopt farmers are enjoying good roasting ears now. J. J. Hi-own and son, George, re turned from the Knsa3 harvest ' Melds last week, and report crops "tier here than anywhere along tre road. J. J. says the closer lie got u. Union county the better every thinn lot ked. V. S. Cooper and daughter, Miss F.dith, of Noland, New Mexico, are visiting 11. V. Coopnr and family. Mr. Cooper says lie was surprised to see as good crops as we have here. He has sold his ranch near Noland, and will locate in the Sedan coun try. A. A. Dunn and son, and Rev. Mc Neil of Clnpham, attended preach ing at the Pile schoolhouse Sunday. piovo of, and know that there are others around there that are with us, we did not know Sedan was our "dailily," or had any claim to our beautiful little valley. Come over and e...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 7 August 1915

TI IE CLAYTON NEWS, AUGUST 7, 1915 QUALITY STORE LOW PRICE MAKERS OTTO-JOMSOM MERCAN! Everything to Eat and Wear CMPAM Shirt Sale One lot mens dress shirts in white white ground black and colored stripes sizes 14 to 17. Regular 75c and $1.00 shirts. Special price this week only 45c 75c Pillow Outfit If I AH 50' Tfrilm To. B"". II !! Including 6 Skeins Silk Floss and Embroidery Lesson. AU giren for Accept this bargain we offer to introduce -rv-rr,rrrv"A70 We want you to note itstuatchless lustre, and gorgeous colors that will not run. It is con sidered the easiest floss ' to work. Design is hand tinted on natural tan pure linen. Pillow Top with Back alone is worth the price we ask for the eatire ontfit. We can supply Table Scarfs to match. CORSETS Ve still have a very good run of sizes of American Lady Corsets which we are closing out ., $1.50 Cirade only $1.00 $1.00 " "75c Carpet Sale 140 yds, half wool carpet. Regular price $1.00 per yard Special for one week 69c yard About 200 yds...

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. — 14 August 1915

CLAYTON NEW DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME Mil. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1915. NO. 33. u u NEWS OF THE STATE CAPITAL ' It is not believed thnt Governor . McDonald favors a special session ISursum M;iy Bp Next Republican of the legislature under any cir Nominrr for Governor. .Señale rninslaiiri's short of tin- irrcatccst Journal Matter Forced Into CourK' necessity, ami it is not likely tliat I lie will consider a shortage of funds Santa Fe, N. M Aug. 13 A re-! by ollicials any very great neees eenl appeal to the lax commission j sily lo the penile. He vetoed the I'rom San Juan county throws sonic 'salary hill, anil nearly all the other iight on the reasons for the long se- hills which have jointly caused the oui'n of certain corporate interests tlnanrial trouMe facing the lax-i-epresentatives with the late legis- payers of this slate. All attempts lature. It appears from the ami-! to interview the governor eun...

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. — 14 August 1915

ting to the doctora, qnrta naneree- NUESTRO SERVICIO ES SATISFACTORIO Entregamos a todas partes de la ciudad 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. Í)eeearia iiíosde 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. - THE CLAYTON NEWS, AUGUST II, 1913. LOCAL AND I'KKSONAL Judge O. T. Toombs i.Ui'iuli'd to business Bt Haloii this week. , I. V. Snyder tiiul family aro in f fa tin tin' rundí to .-pond n few days. I'ifcr Caudle. tin1 furiiilure man. ntlrndrd Ui )uiin at Trinidad. Tuesday. Miss Ihttii' MrCrorey of Clajt liam, rmiii' to Claylmi Thur...

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 1915

r I v Ralph Peters On Railway Mall Pay A controversy has benn raging In the column of the press between the railroads and the Federal Post Office Department over the question of proper compensation for handling the Tnlted States malls. Mr. Ralph Peters, Chairman of the Railway Mail Committee, when asked to state the railroad side of the controversy to the American farmer, said In part: "Tti nil.n vnnil n w nllQflllnn m-111 tA Mai 1 0ft tl it L-f 'f J settled permanently and with Justice to all concerned RB suuil B8 llio Allieriittu ieuitü irniiio lliai. Win unw subject, while seemingly complicated and technical, boils down to a few simple points of fair business dealing which no one need be a rate expert to understand. "The first Is that the Post Office Department weighs the malls, and re ndjusts the pay of the railroads, only once in four years. This compels the railroads to carry the Increase In the mail tonnage during the intervening years without pay manifestly an Injustice In t...

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. — 14 August 1915

TIIE CLAYTON NEWS, AUGUST II, 1915. THE CLAYTON NEWS OFFICIAL PAPER OV I'KIOX COUNT ITIIKH Dl'RAX, PROPRIETORS Vhmm. P. Bntkrra, Editor ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Entered as second c):ip matter Octo ber 28. 190, at the pnntolrlce at Clay ton, New Mexico, under the Act of March Z. 1879. Saturday, AufliM li. I!"" And it erupted nn re lint air. It was a beautiful story, and (it so nicely. Tin' Teutons mail" n treat liplil it i M 1 won a real ictory. but tin- pro- ( ceda seem t" have l). i u a handful i ,f Russian tailfcathtis. Ragged ends of tlie Carranza and Villa faetion are trying to commit suicide in Southern Texas. For the finish of the trouhle starters we pre dict a pony, a limb, and a rope. The fools are not all dead. A bunch of Villa and Carran.a bandits are trying to capture Texas. Chan ces are that, tin- foolish population in that part of Uncle Sam's domain will rapidly dwindle. Speaking of names. Wonder if a certain highly educated and cultur ed editor of this city remembers the na...

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 1915

SIMÓN HERZSTEIIN Clayton's Only Ready-to-Wear Store Store For Women and Girls Store for Men and Boys T7 T? o 3 u) Fin 0 kLu) m I appreciate the fact that many people living out a distance from town cannot conveniently come every week, there fore the clean up sale will be continued for another week. Lowest prices of the entire year. 33 1-3 OFF On Dresses for Women $1.25 Gingham Dresses for Women now . 34c $2.50 Gingham Dresses for Women now $1.67 $3.00 White Ratina blue trimmed Dresses $2.00 $3.95 White cotton crepe dresses for women $2.64 33 1-3 OFF On all muslin underwear 25c Corset Covers Now 35c Corset Covers Now 75c Kmb Trimmed Gow $1 Princess Slips ns now now 17c 24c 50c 67c 33 1-3 OFF On all two piece suit for men Hart, Sehaffner Marx fine two piece suits in eluded. Here they go, $7.50 Palm Beich c,oth su'ts' ,he Refp ko1 kin( nw $5 JQ Two piece su't stveral kinds, no ... $12 . 50wo P'eoe Norfolfs blue serge suits, now $8.34 $15 Two piece suits, Foresters cloth, serges and lin...

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. — 14 August 1915

Tins CLAYTON NEWS, AUGUST li, 1313. F. C. Howe On The Advantages of Free Ports Mr. F. C. Howe, Fe '.eral Commissioner of Immigra tion, who Is cne of th boat American authorities on marine commerce, in discussing the relation of free ports to the development of rra trade said In part: "Ships will go taime! "Is of miles out of their way to avoid ports surrounded I y a tariff wall. The only way, therefore, for - country with a tariff to compete In the Biiippinn world with a fr-e trade country Is to establish free ports at strategical ! Ints along Its coast Une. Ger many 1ms done so. and l i a comparatively short period has built up a carrying t-irte which before the war was . -i i.. .v, 1( i.-t.- imid'o cnnremacv. Hamburg. one of the three German free ports, now rank ns the second g r st efport i i .. n i.ntnv iniv ir. o n0( u under In the worm, Its total loreign cuiuun-iue m w that of New York. "The free port would offer great opportunity for financial operations, now made possible by...

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. — 14 August 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS, At ClST 14, 1915. ATTEJTIO. HOMESTEADERS All legal advertising In this paper It read and corrected according- to copy, r.ead your ad, and if an error la found lowever slight, notify ua at once. NOTICE FOR PIHL1CATIOX Department of the Interior, V 8 Land mice at Clayton, N M. July 15, 1916 Notice la hereby given that John Willlan Másele, of Thomas, New Mex ico, who, on May 19, 1911, made Home-i-load Entry, Serial No 013288, for SE !-4, Section 22, and SW 1-4. Section 23, Township 2 IN, Range 34E, N M P Me r'dlan, has filed notice of Intention to make Three Year Proof, to establish lalm to the land above described, be- .'jre Register and Receiver, U 8 Land iffice at Clayton, N M, on the 8th day of September, 1915 Claimant names as witnesses: Frank B Moore, Roy Kehb, John Ho mer, J T Rlggs, all of Thomas, New Mexico r-21-8-4 PAZ VALVERDE, Register 0 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION LVpartmcnt of the Interior, II. S. Land OITIce at Clayton, New Mexico, July 15, 1915. .Notice is ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 14 August 1915

1 QUALITY STORE LOW PRICE MAKERS 0TO-J0HMS0N Everything to Eat and Wear T1IE CLAYTON NEWS, AUGUST II, 1913. mum COlf AM Shirt Sale One lot mens dress shirts in white ground black and color ed stripes sizes 14 V2 to 17. Regular 75c and $1.00 shirts. Special price this week only 45c 75c Pillow Outfit Including 6 Skeins Silk pf f J Floss and Embroidery IO Lesson. All giren for tVr Accept this bargain we offer to Introduce rTST7rSTr:riXrH: Dffrtgn to. BOtfl. I H Inch". We want you to note Itsrantchless lustre, and gorgeous colors that will not run. It is con sidered ttie easiest 8oss to work. Design is band tinted on natural tan puro linen. Pillow Top with Back alone is worth the price we ask (or the entire outfit. We can -supply Table Scarfs to match. CORSETS Ve still have a very good run of sizes of American Lady Corsets which we are closing out .... $1.50 Grade only $1.00 $1?00 " " 75c Carpet Sale 140 yds, half wool carpet. Regular price $1.00. per yard Special for one week 69c yard ...

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. — 21 August 1915

ÜlüE (CLAYTON ME W DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITTZENSHIP AND THE UTB UILDLYG OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME VIII. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1915. NO. 3 4. I RUNNING'S OPINION OF CLAYTON F.ditor of Albuquerque Herald Be lieves With Reason, Clayton Is Rest Town in the State. , 18. Union Clayton, N. M., Anpr. county, one of the richest, and just m veral successes to his rn.dit. He ft present one of the most pros-jwdl have personal charge oi prc perous counties in New Mexico, is piring and installing the -tit": fair i oming to the state fair this year exhibit which will include not only with an exhibit fo resources that farm, garden and orchard products, will require not less than two full but dairy and range stock and r i.ed freight cars to transport. It ' horses. The fair workers saw a will be one of the finest of the' four-year-old stallion, weighing I, county displays and if it does not j 800 pounds and worth $2,700, which win one of the big money prizes it is a sam...

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. — 21 August 1915

NUESTRO SERVICIO ES SATISFACTORIO Entregamos a todas partes de la iudad 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 nos 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; THE CLAYTON NEWS, AUGUST 21, 1913. LOCAL AND PERSONAL W. H. Lobb of Sedan, spent Mon day in Clayton. Pure No. 1 White Sisal Binding Twine at (iranville's. 3i-3t T. It. Heed of the postofllce news stand, is able to be at work after a severe illness of a week. Seed Wheal at Granville's. Send your order in now. It will be scarce. 3i-lt A. W. Thompson left Monday for a busi...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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