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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 25 September 1915

TIIE CLAYTON XEWS, SF.PTEMIlEn 2.", 1315. AWARDS AT UNION COUNTY FAIR (Continued from First Pago) BulT Rock, no entry Plymouth Rocks 1. Rest pen, first C. P. Talbot, 2. Best specimen, first C. P. Tal bot, second G. P. Talbot Orpingtons I. Most pen, lirst S. (). penick, si'conil S. O. Penick. '. Ilest specimen, first S. O. Pen irk, second S. u. Penick. (nine Chickens, no entry !). Rest pen of geese, first S. O. Penick. , 1U. Rest pen of ducks, first Mary O. Abbott, second H. Herzstein. II. Rest pi n of turkeys, first M. . Abbott, second S. O. Penick. PET STOCK. DIV. 12. 1. Rest pair angora rabbits, first Hurrold Reeves. . Rest exhibition Belgian hares, i.-.-t S. O. Penick, second fc' J. .lark. 3. Rest pair guineas, first S. O. I enick. i. Rest pair pheasants, first H. Herzstein. 0. Rest exhibition pigeons, first W. R. PlunketL li. Best canary! first Eleanor Mil ler, second Mrs. Hoy Uarrity. one party, no entry. Rest centerpiece, Mrs. Olbetcr. CLASS D SPECIALS 1. By City Drug Co. Best...

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. — 25 September 1915

TIIE CLAYTON NEWS, SEPTEMBEn 23, 191.". THE CLAYTON NEWS . OFFICIAL PAPER OF I: XI O.I OOtTWTT CHA. P. M'TIIERS (HIGH) KrfUor Bad Owavr ONE DOLLAR PEIl YEAH Entered an econd cln mutter Octo ber 26. 190. at the postofflce at Clay ton. New Mexico, under tha Act of March 3. 197. Saturday, Si'plrmhrr 2.". 191.1. Ami it didn't nipt another lot of bum folilmpg.H about "Hinli I." anil "tliiT celebrities. ííovernor Mel limald is to lie rom-iiii'iiili-il for his action in pardoniiiK I rx in Opli'n, editor of lh Hoy Spun-isti-AiiHTican. who was rmivicted of libel by a prejudiced jury. The gov ernor has attain (ii-moiislrultMl the fact Unit a man cannot tie sent to the penitentiary in this state, while he is governor, because of li s pol itics. This is new doctrine to the old republican j;anii of .New Mex ico, and it, is a pleasure to see them forced to abide it. Till' successful use of jimmy methods in 1'nion county civic af fairs is a thing of the past. The people of this county remember wel...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 25 September 1915

COMPLETE LIVE FOR MEN AND BOYS SIMON HERZSTEIN Clayton's Only Road y -to-Wear Store COMPLETE LINE FOR WOMEN AND GIRIA Never before was Clayton blessed with the opbortunity that they have here at this store now. I have everything you need for women, girls, men and boys to wear. Save the extra expense of having your garment made and buy iww nenncW Te t0 wear. anc t0 ' guarantee the quality to give you the service you pay your money for. NEW GOODS Every day winter goods are coming. You come and cive me a trial nnH T 11 miaran tn cai. w or O a WAS V b A M ft ft V- W V W AM jruu wiui every purcnase, ; ; : $10.00 and $15.00 Mens' Suit House I will sell you suits for $10 and $15 and guarantee them to be all wool and give you that much good or we will satisfy you as you wish. $10.00 and $15.00 All Wool Suit H SILK SWEATERS 5 The Biggest Bargain Ever Giren in Gayton The remainder of our Ladies' Silk Sweaters will go this week at $2.95-Regular Price 6.50 to 15.00 The Famous Hart Schaffner &am...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 25 September 1915

TIIE CLAYTON NEWS, SEPTEMBER 23, 1913. Announcement The regular examination for teachers will take place Friday and Saturday, October 1st and 2nd, 1915 at Clayton, De Moines, Amistad, and Mosquero. An opportunity will also be given to teachers of the county to take PHOFESSIONAL ex aminations at this time at Clayton, N. M, under the supervision of the county superintendent. Applicants for THIIU) HADE CEIlTIHGVrF. who failed at examination held during the past summer, should take examination in all sunjects re quired for Til III!' GRADE CERTI FICATE. Applicants for SECOND GRADE CERTIFICATES, who took examinations and failed for Second Grade Certificate, should takp exam ination in all subjects in which their grades are below 75. Appli cants for FIRST GRADE CERTI FICATES, who failed during tin past summer should take examin ation in all subjects in which their grades are below 00. All persons holding THIRD GRADE CERTIFICATES at this time should write for SECOND GRADE CERTIFICATES. If y...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 25 September 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS, SEPTEMBER 25, 1915. ATTENTION, HOMESTEADER! AU legal advertising in th!a paper la read and corrected according- to copy. Read your ad, and If an error la found however alight, notify ua at one. notice) for publication Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Ollica at Clayton, N. M., Aug. 27, 116. Notice la hereby Riven that Arthur Stanley Arnett, of Mowv N. M.. who, or; ugust 11, 1910, made homestead application, Serial No. 011(15, for NW I I, Fectlon 8, Township 29n., Ranve 5e., N. M. P. Meridian, has filed notlre cf Inleiit'on to make three year proof to eu'ablish claim to the lanu abo- a described, before Register an,l i. ,.:lv r. L. H. Land Office, at Cliylot, N. M on the 25th day of October, 1915. Claimant namea aa witnesses: Johnston II. Morris, George M. Morris. Ta A. Woods, William Behm. 1 r.l Ovstes, N. M. 9-ll-lJ-lt- Pal Valverd, Register. O NOTICE POR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. 8. Land Office at Clayton, N. M. August 27, 1915. Notice Is he...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 25 September 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS, SEPTEMBER 25, 1015. SON MERC LOW PRICE MAKERS Everything to Eat and Wear QUALITY STORE ono-jon AmILE COMPANY 6 01 "EXTRAS" IM I IDE HiisMú ..v,..n .1 $A.B.K. 11115 sitS Extra smart sly!., extra Kml fit icxlra line nil wool materials but no i'xti'a cost. All tlii'M- "extras" aro backed by our years of experience as clothiers with u reinilalion to sustain and the de termination to do so. That is why we settled upon UlltSI lllt U M CLOTHES "Yiiii(l'clo' nt Sl", $20 and up to $i0 as the safe, sure way to offer. to our trade the ideal ai-menUs in every .feature that makes value in good clothes. Look for the (uarautee and l'rice 'ticket on the Sleeve. r NI 1 fcflfl y f7 jj i Swigs Ho. Mil. Surf 1H yard. long. 75c Table Scarf OUTFIT rw Ucludbf 6 Skemi Sift "V II El I Flo., ud Embroidery j jl UJ Ltuos. All bow for 1 This beautiful Butterfly Scarf for Library Table, alone is worth all we ask for entire outfit. It is hand tinted on natural tan, pure linen crash. Accept the l...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 October 1915

CLAYTON NEW DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME MIL CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 915 No. id NEW PHASE OF WAR IN EAST Sears-Mays TALKS 2500 MILES BY TELEPHONE Ltist Call for Stale Fair ALLIED GINS BEATS GERMWS U D DC ir. . Russian Armey in Serious Danger Defending Vilna. Germany to Re lievo Constantinople if Possible. The European war may be regard ed as entering upon a new phase with the German attack on Serbia. Stimultaneously with the evacua tion of Vilna by the Russians, and a very serious endangering of the Rus sian" army 'defending that city, .the Germans report that they have opened an attack with guns and forces of their own on the Serbian position, firing across the Danube at Seiñendriá east of Belgrade and near the mouth of the Morava river, that is the highway across Serbia to Tur key The actual commencement of operations by Germany against Ser bia indicates an intention to force the issue in the southeast...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 October 1915

J-H-H -H-H-M-M- H-H-H THE CLAYTON NEWS. OCTOBER 2, 19 LOCAL AND PERSONAL Take your drug wants to the City Drug Store, (lie Rexall Store. ood goods at right prices. Dry foods ami groceries. Weber & Sons. .1. J. Merili'tt of near Cuales, was a trader and business visitor in th city Thursday. V. M. Nelson of near Grenville, at ended to business in the cily the lirst of the week. Attorney Eastervvnnd attended to business at Folsom and I Moines I lie lirst of the week. Prescriptions arc properly com pounded at the City Drug Store. Dr. Ilavden does the work. N. C. Light, the (renville merchant aucniici 10 inisines ill me county seat Monday and Tuesday. Rexall Remedies and Preparations are guaranteed best on the market. For sale by City Drug Store. Assistant District Attorney O. L Phillips of Raton, attended to legal business in Clayton Wednesday. John Knox and Mrs. Knox of Hoi land, were in the city Monday trad ing and looking after business. See us about your broomeorn. We are now re...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 October 1915

T I li f .v . .-f. rc r T II r..;.7 VfXf P ? v.' it. .. rv 'ilk .Vl-"-"Vvt7yVl nos.i n w y. c-. urovliKUW tK I f T! ! irtlf I fc.AHv. AN EXCELLENT PERFORMANCE Busby's Minstrels played to crowded tent last night. They were by far the best minstrels that ever visited the city under canvas. They have an excellent performance, es pecially the dancing, while the old time minstrol performance and songs ili'lighU'd the audience. They carrj a line band and are a tuneful, music al, talented crowd. Yates Center Advocate. Clayton, Wed. October 6. Home Economics Club The- Home Economics Club will meet with Mrs. H. H. Errctt, Friday, October 8th. The topics to be dis cussed are heating, lighting and re frigeration. Through the efforts of Dr. Jenn ings, an analysis has been made of the milk and water supplies and Typhoid germs were found in the water. lr. Jennings .has kindly con sented to talk to the women of the club on this vital subject. A cor dial invitation is extended to all in terested. o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 October 1915

i THE CLAYTON NEWS, OCTOnF.R 2, taMB ami THE CLAYTON NEWS OFFICIAL PAFER OF UNION COUNTY CHA. P. KTIIKRI (HIGH) tCdlfer aas! Owmi ONE DOLLAR PEIl YEAR Knterrd as Mcond class matter Octo ber ft. ln, at the postónica at Clar ion. New Mexico, under the Act of Mnrch 3. 187. Saturday, October 2, 1915 And it didn't erupt another lot of lnim and asinine foolishness about ' If ifrh P." and other celebrities. Ilemi'inber the "jimmy." to swat il. The little instruineiit has goug nl the voters of I'nion County past I he limit and must be. retired. Oeorge Curry, ex-congressman and t'livernor, has opened a hotel at Cut ler, N. M., wherever that is. Here's Imping that (ii-orge makes a bett-r I m i face than be did a congressman. If he doesn't, God pity the poor, hungry, and weary traveler who puts up at his hostelry. Mr. Hr an has arrived at his senses, and the portent is a good one. In an address last week he stated that President Wilson because of the success of his diplomacy and farsightedness...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 October 1915

TIIE CLAYTON NEWS, OCTOBER 2, 1913 COMPLETE LINE ... , FOR MEN AND BOYS SIMON HERZSTEIN Exclusive Ready-to-Wear COMPILETE LINK -FOR WOMEN AN1 lilKLS WEEKLY' STORE NEWS It IHart Schaííheri MID END SALE OF LADIES SWEATERS 250 pure wool sweaters in this lot, in all colors and sizes 34 to 44. Choice 1.39 1-39 1.39 This is a special sale for the out of town folks and will continue for '2 weeks. Values in these sweaters up to $3.00 MAIL ORDER COMPETITION Stop I say, don't send that order away. Give me a chance to fill your needs Bring your catalogue with you and compare prices and quality, tin; best you can. No trade no one hurt. Kid shoes sizes 5 to 8 Kid shoes " 8I2 to Kid shoes " HI2 to S10N HERZSTEIN, Odd Bits of News. Milburn, O., J. D. Hurt exhibited at the county fair a pair of stockings over 100 years old. They were made by his grandmother who picked the cotton, wove it into thread and then knit the stockings. During the big storm in Galveston in 1900, they were rescued with diffi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 October 1915

RH&tiF' m i lis., THE CLAYTON NEWS, OCTOBER 2, 1915. Srnera Athel Thompson is visiting his Hislcr, Mrs. Fred Knapp. Geo. Campbell is home again aft r Hcveral months absence. Joe Myers is pulling broom corn for the Hugh brothers. Mrs. Ilaobars brothr and wife have been visiting her for the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Herman are rejoicing over the arrival of a little son, born September 28. Mr. Fones and Will Howard have been cutting fed at the Morris Her- xstein ranch. Morris is filling his silos. Mr. and Mrs. Will Howard and son, Clyde, spent the past Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Knapp. Broomcorn hands are in demand, now. Most every farm contains a Held of broom coin and the har vest is ready. The rainy upell is causing much delay among the farmers. All are very anxious to get their feed cut "It's a long way to Tipperary" but The News office is close by. Maybe you owe the poor editor a dollar or two, if so, please cough up. The sign is out Miss Reta Taylor has ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 October 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS, OCTOBEn 2. 1913. ATTKMTIOI. HOMESTEADERS All legal advertising- In this papar la read and corrected according- to copy. Read your ad, and If an error la found however alight, notify as at one. NOTICB FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. 8. Land Cilice at Clayton, N. M., Aug;. 17, 1115. Notice Is hereby given that Arthur Stanley Arnett, of Moses, N. M., who, or. supust 11, 110, made homesteal application, Serial No. 011(16, for NW I I, Fiction 8. Townahlp 29n Ranve .5e.. N. M. P. Meridian, haa filed nottre cf Inteiu'on to make three year proof to eu'nblieh. claim t.i lh ion nh... u describid, before Register anil ,, ..IvJ er. L. t. Land Office, at CUylor, N. M. on the 25th day of October, 131 S. Claimant names aa witnesses: Johnston H. Morris, George M. Morris. Pav A. Woods, William Helm,. -j ol Cintes, N. M. 9-11-lJ-lr Pas Valvcrd, Register. O NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office at Clayton, N. M. August 27, 1915. Behm, of ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 October 1915

TIIE CLAYTON NEWS, OCTOBER 2, 1913. OTTO-JOKON IBM TILE COIPAM I.OW PRICE MAKERS Everything to Eat and Wear UUALITY ST01ÍE We have never been more able to take care of your wants in the Dry Goods line than we are this fall. Below we list a few of the nice things we have to show you. AUTO CAPS TAM-O-SIIANTERS WE HAVE .11 ST RECEIVED AN EX PRESS SHIPMENT OK THE NEWEST THINKS IN AUTO SHUNTERS. THEY COME IN SILK, WOOL VELVET AND CORDUROY. IN TIIE NEWEST COLORS COMBINATIONS AND SHAPES. PRICE 50 Cents to $1.50 OSTRICH FEATHER BOAS IN WHITE AND WHITE AND BLACK $1.50 AND 12.00 Millions of Women wear SfOS WOOL DRESS GOODS ,'tn INCH ALL WOOL SERGE, A DARK GROUND WITH WHITE PIN STRIPES. Per Yard .... 50 eents Ask any woman among the millions of women who wear Queen Quality shoes ask her how she likes them. If she has been properly fitted by a shoe man who knows his business, she will tell you that she has had perfect satisfaction from wearing them. There are many women who have worn Queen Qual...

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. — 9 October 1915

ÜD-ÜE QLAWON . NEWS DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CTT1ZENS1UV AXD THE VPIWIUUXG OF THE COMMIWITY. VOLUME Mil. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9. 15I5. NO. II. Dull Minute. Will 1h Show Slate. Ever Had. Do Dora, Mabel Hefner left Monday for Bertrand, Oklahoma, where she will teach the coming year. Matt Zogg of Thomas, was trading in the city Friday. Jas. MeArthur of Texline, spent Friday in Clayton. Henry Mangelsdorf of Thomas, was a Clayton visitor Friday. Jasper Anderson of ML spent several days in the seat this week. Baptist Services for Sunday, October 10th. 9:15 a. m. Worship and sermon. The pastor will speak on Heaven, after which the Lord's Supper will be observed. 7:15 p. m. Sermon, "The Heart und the Mouth." Prayer Meeting each Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Al are cordially inviW to the services. J. Q. Herrín, Pastor. . o John Schleter o Behind Inlertention you want to hear the world 'acted feries bascoau games repone piay for play even down to the strikes, balls and fou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 9 October 1915

day. Hon. Serapio Miera of near Been 11 1 I 'I1 M-M-M-M- t-HM- TIDE CLAYTON NEWS, OCTOBER 9, 1915 LOCAL AND PERSONAL o The Clayton News, tl.00 per year Howsher Feed Mills at Dob Isaacs'. Mrs. W. A. Henderson is spending the week in Des Moines. C. E. Lord left Thursday for an ex tended business trip in Denver. Joseph Gill left Wednesday for a I mines trip to Santa Fe. Ail rubber goods, drugs and dru sundries at the City Drug Store. Leroy Pryor, cashier of the new hank at Ies Moines, was a business initor in Clayton this week. See us about your broomcorn. We are now ready to buy the same, tf Otto-Johnson Merc. Co. Jim Kearns and sister of Stead, were visiting in Clayton the first of the week. Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Rose of near Ml. Dora, were trading in the city Wednesday. Henry Mercer of near Hayden was a Clayton visitor and trader Thurs ham, attended to business in the city Friday. J. F. Barnhart leturned Wednes day from an extended business trip to Denver. Mrs. James Barton of the Sen...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 9 October 1915

TIIB CLAYTON NEWS, OCTOBER 9, I9W Cuates Hurry, and gather the crops in be fore frost. J. W. Thompson is cutting feed for J. W. and C. E. Stone this week. . Mr. Rav Wood and Miss Maud Bryan, a popular and well known couple of this community, were nnipt.lv married at the home of Rev. Scofleld, Tuesday, September 28, 1915 Their many friends with tnem a long and happy life. i The dance at Mr. and Mrs. Fishers Friday evening was well attended. A prize was awarded to Mr. Amil Poison and Miss Ethel Cunningham for being the best waltzers. Lunch was served at midnight. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves, and did not leave until the early hours of the morning. Grasshopper; The citizens of the valley had C. H. Beneftel to order cabbage rrom his father-in-law, Mr. Walters, in Colorado, to make kraut, so Charles made the order and when the cabb age arrived at Orenville there was more than twenty-one hundred pounds. ( X. Y. Z. Petrolino Gonzales of Clapham, has accepted the position in the c...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 9 October 1915

T1IE CLAYTON NEWS. OCTOBER 9. 191.'. THE CLAYTON NEWS OFFICIAL FAFRR OrdMu.t OOVIfTT t-HAS. P. IITHKHJ (HIGH) MtlM Owmi ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Kutnrad a'cond cIhm matter Ooto br It. 10. at th poatofflc at Clay ton. New Mexico, under the Act of March 3. 117. Saturday, October 9, 1915 The president is to be married, another evidence of his wisdom and good judgment. in light of the president's diplo matic triumphs regarding the Ger man trouble, what has become of Terrible Teddy and his boasted dip lomatic acumen? luu it erupted '"Inn ga bibble!" and 'Es mache mir nirht der aus!" Quite appropriate, but altoKelher foolish in a paper alleged to be pub-lii-hed in the English language. Mme. Kaissavow of St. Petersburg, iied a few days ago, leaving a libra ry containing 18,000 volumes, all written by women. This is said to be the most extensive individual col lection of the kind ever formed. The ponntv rnmmisRioner.s were in session all week and attended tojaround- waiting her orders a vast amo...

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. — 9 October 1915

na claytqn news, ocroBEn t, wtó WILSON BROTHERS KIHRTS REGULAR PRICE t(0, now tLOO al the lime SIMON HERZSTEIIN Exclusive Ready-to-Wear FANCY SILK HOES FOH WOMEN Prr Pair, 50 tents WEEKLY STORE NEWS Ladies' Underwear This Is one season you ran find just what you are looking for in underwear. Ladles' Fleece Lined Underwear 50c Ladies' Fleece Lined Union Suit 75c Ladies' Heavy Fleeced Underwear, Guaranteed. $1.25 More Shoes and Better Shoes, Godman Line Men, Women and Children all .guaran teed to be all leather. 90c 1.15 1.50 1.50 Children' Youths' Large Girls' Ladies' All Sizes Wool Shirts for Men Never before did we have such a large line. Heavy Gray 1.35 Tan, Gray and Blue 1.50 Light .Medium and Heavy 1.75 up to 3 50 Sweater Sale Blfjflest bargain ever given In sweaters In I'nion county. .This week only. 1)1 No. 1. Men, Women and Children, Choice 95c Ixt No. 2, Men, Women and J QC Children. Choice l.VO Lot No. !t .Mm, Women and O QC Children, Choice L.VD $6.S0 Mens' Jumbo Knit Swea...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 9 October 1915

CLAYTON, NEW HK1. , M-M-M- H I I 1 1 M-l-M" TIIK CLAYTOX NEWS, OCTOBER 9, 1913. "It's a long way to Tipperary" but Tlie News ofllce is close by. Maybe you owe the poor editor a dollar or two, if so, please cough up. The Hig-n is out. 11 the "Harlrord" insui-e your Krowinar r.rnpg against hail. Terms and rates reasonable. Fire, Light ening, Wiudslorm and Live Stock Insurance, also. Call or write, II. C. McFadden. AsenL We save you money on everything in the dry gwds and grocery line. Our service is pleasing. Weber & Sons. tí. Our Jitney Oner Thl and 5c Stockmen Attention I Farmers Attention. notich roa PUBLICATION You should be careful about buy ing your oil cake. Old Mexico cake, (cracked and screened in &l Paso) is being olTered to the trade aa Texas prime cotton seed cake. The fact is that Old Mexico cake has a feed value of about the same as cold pressed cake, which analyzes from Z to 0 per cent protein. Iy you want the best cake, sec us before you buy. tf Otto-Johnson Me...

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