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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 20 November 1915

IFHE CLAYTON, NEW DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITJ ENS HIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME VIIL CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1915. NO. 47. GOOD TIMES NO LONGER HIDING General Revival of Prosperity Over The Entire Country is Shown by Conditions Reflected from Chicago. Chicago, Nov. 17. Either the war orders are far in excess of $1,500. 000 or theie is a new elemeut i': business, for the activities cannot lie accounted for simply on thi bat-is of these European .contract ;n heretofore reiiorted. The latter hy pothesis seems to he tenahle. T ere is a stimulation in the foreign de mand for merchandise which will i each interés'.- far remote from the industries supplying these muni tions. This is illustrated in the in crease of building activity over the country. Taking last year as a basis, there was plenty of space in the buildings of this country for all the war ac tivities that have grown up, except that here and there some special structure was needed...

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. — 20 November 1915

1"H"H" THE CLKYtOX NEWS, NOVEJlBER 20, 1913. Loral and Personal W. E. Easterling of Mobps, was a county scat visitor Friday. Mrs. Leon P. Casados is reported on the sick list this week. W. E. Jameson left Thursday for his home at Harrington. Miss Virgie llittaon left this week for a trip to California. Rexall Remedies and Preparations are guaranteed best on the market For ale by City Drug Store. Mrs. Earl Stauffer of ML Dora, at tended to business in the city on Thursday. C. E. Warner of near Mexhoma, was a business visitor and trader in the city this week. Mrs. R. E. Wherritt received word the early part of the week of the serious illness of a sister in Denver. W. L. (Billy) Kuhus returned on Monday from a st-n t visit with friends in Colorado. W. Ft. Martin of the Cimarron country, was a business visitor and tradur in the city Wednesday. Miss Vendía Eklund is visiting this week with friends in Chackasha, Oklahoma. J. E. Skelton, owner of a fine ranch and slock farm north of town, ...

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. — 20 November 1915

TITi: CLAYTON NEWS, NOVESffiEn 20, 191Í MAILORDER SIMON HERZSTEIN VE PREPAY - ALL POSTAGE 1 FIRST PAR competition Clayton's Only Readyto-Weor Store CrL rosT Z0NE U.: :..,:m.;:..J -L t ; ' WEEKLY STORE NEWS fVfí : N :: J JJ1 3313 off Ladies Dresses The bipgest values ever offered on ladies dresses is on sale at this store $25 Brown Velvet Dress now $16.67 $20 Black double skirt effect dress emb, $13.34 $16.50 Black and blue emb dresses, $11.00 $ 1 5 Black Meslin dress $10 12.50 Serge and Tafetta silk 8.34 All guaranteed good style. 33 1-3 off ladies dresses Only 36 more days until Xmas day. We have a nice present Jor you to give to your friends. May I show you them today. I have the present for mother, father, sister, brother niece, nephew, uncle and aunt. Xmas Fur Sets and Muffs All collars and pieces $3.95 set up to $22.50 set. Odd muffs 6.50 to 7.50 Mens Clothing We have the best for the least money. Hart Schaffner and Marx suits and overcoats all colors $18.50 to $25. Suits guara...

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. — 20 November 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS, NOVESttSErt 20. 1915. Continued from Page 1. Instructors, and Drawing and Music Supervisors. The exhibit of school work will be on a larger scale than heretofore and it is hoped that the majority of the schools of the state will have some part in the display. On Wednesday evening, November 24th, the annual state oratorical con tests will take place. Numerous musical organizations, glee clubs and orchestras, will furnish music for the programs, and there will be numbers also by some of the best known singers of the State. Your school should be represented in the school exhibit and in the state con tests in Penmanship, Spelling, Lan guage, and Arithmetic. As the Thanksgiving holiduys come in the same week, it may be well to dismiss school for the whole week, if your teachers attend this meeting. It is for this reason that these dates have been selected. Ex perience goes to show that less time will be lost if a whole week bt taken at once than if three days be taken o...

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. — 20 November 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS. NOVEJfflEn 20, 191Í 1 11 SUNDAY SCHOOL, THE INTERNATinMAI crRico ' int HiltHNAIIUNAL SERIES. Lesson VII. Fourth Quarter. For I Nov. U, 1915. Text of the Lesaon, Dan. I, 8-20 Mm ory Versa, 15 Golden Taxt, I Cor. vL 1 Commentary Praparad by Rav. D. M. Stearna. I am very glad to bave the priTilece f writing a Irsson on Daniel, even though It be what Is called a temper anee lesson, for we shall Bud muob more lu It than appeurs on the surfa He Is ucntlonod In Ezvk xlv. 14. with Noah and Job as noted for theii righteousness. He Is meutloued ti.v the Lord Jesus In Matt xxtv, l.". in connection with the great tribulation at the end of this age Immediately preceding the return of the Lord In His glory, to which Daniel also refers In chapters Ix. 1!7; xtl, 1. We recently aw a little captive maid glorifying the God of Israel under very trying circumstances, and In this lesson we aee four captive young men glorifying the God of x Israel under difficulties The Lord permitted th...

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. — 20 November 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS, N0VEU3BR 20, 1915. "Roll Your Own" It's AD He Fashion "Bull" Durham tobacco, fresh, delicious, satisfying, is the favorite smoke of ultra-smart America. Any afternoon in the fashionable metropolis, prominent business men, professional men and club men roll up in their motors to the popular Thes-Dansants, Hotels and Restaurants for a bit of light refreshment, a view of the dancing, and most enjoyable of all a fragrant, fresh-rolled "Bull" Durham Cigarette, fashioned by their own skill, to meet their individual requirements. GENUINE TStuiyL Bu mam SMOKING TOBACCO "Bull" Durham is distinguished from all other tobac cos by a wonderful, delightful, unique, aroma that can instantly be recognized in the faintest trace of smoke. There is no other fragrance like it in all the world. "Bull" Durham hand made cicrarettes are a source lasting satisfaction to millions of experienced smokers. Atk for FREE Pacha f of "Papan with mmth 5 tack. FREE An Illustrated Booklet, show ing c...

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. — 20 November 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS, NOVEttBE It 20, Í311 Mí Í , V ATTENTION, HOMESTEADERS All legal advertising In this paper la read and corrected according to copy. Read your ad, and If an error li found however slight, notify ue at once. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION G-5835 NOTICE OF CONTEST NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Department of the Interior, V. 8. I-nd Office at Clayton, N. M., Oct. I. 1915. Office at Clayton, K M.. Nov. X, 111. . Notice la hereby given that Florence) Notice la hereby r vn thnt Am tuda Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office at Clayton. N. M., Oct 11, 1915. Notice Is hereby given that William U. McCook, of Clayton, New Mexico, who, on August 16, 1911, made home stead entry, aerial No. 01368, for 8W 1-4, Section 7. N 1-Í NW 1-4, W 1-1 NE 1-4, Section 18, Township 25n., Range J4e., N. M. P. Morldlan, hae filed notice of Intention to make three year proof, to estubllsh claim to the land above described, before Register an...

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. — 20 November 1915

SOW NBMM Everything to Eat and Wear LOW PRICE MAKERS QUALITY STORE They h with OTTO, OHM k coipam end Next Thursday is Thanksgiving Day We want to say to our friends that we are truly thankful to them for the patronage they have given us the past year which has made this year the best year we have had since in business. We trust that during the next year we will be able to serve you so well that you will be thankful that we are here. Among the arrival of new goods at our store are the latest things in Auto Caps and Hats, Fur-Trimmings, Hair Orna ments, New Neckwear, Neck Cords, Embroidery Patterns etc every move of the foot- $6.00 They are Comfortable Thesols are the most flexible made. They bend with every movement of the foot. If you want Stylish Shoes if you want Comfort able Shoes if you want Money-Saving Shoes , wear Queen Quality. They are always stylish, always comfortable, always reasonably priced. They fit correctly. The men who design them have made a lifetime's study of t...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 27 November 1915

. TÜ-OE CtLAWON NEWS, DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME VIII. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1915. NO. 48 - CLAYTON SCHOOLS RECEIVE IUHT OK AT MEETING Local Tcut-hers Attend New Mex ico State Meet to Listen, Learn and Eat k-' Clayton's force of educators turn ed out in forre to attend the meet ing of the .New .Mexico Educational Association, held at Albuquerque this week. Those who attended were Superintendents II. H. Errett and J. V. Thompson, Prof. Smith. Miss Opal Slater, Miss Goldie Spring. Miss Vida Mc Arthur, Mise Sera Mulchings. Miss Jnnnie Let Cox, Miss Leavell, and Miss Nan Morgan. Prof. Thompson was elected to a seat in the state council of the as gocation and was also elected presi dent of the Peace Asociation. y Of Clayton school exhibit the Ev ening Herald had this comment to make: "The Clayton school lias a fine ex hibit of the usual work, embroid ery, crochet, hand-painted envel opes for the drawings,...

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. — 27 November 1915

FelerKieW rOb lauda Te TIDE CLAYTON NEWS, KOVftSZA 27, 1315. Lotwl n4 Ftrmal Oscar Aldredge of Sedan, made trip to Clayton Wednesday. O. P. Easterwood made t business trip to Des Moines Tuesday. Leroy Busey of Sedan made a flying trip to Clayton Monday. Dode Dixon of near Bertrand, was in the city the first of the week. Chas. Hawkins of Stead, N. M, spent Sunday and Monday in Clay ton. Mrs, H. C Coleman, of balhart spent the week in Clayton, visiting Mrs. A. H. Dean. George Hyde of Beenham, was a business visitor in Clayton the first of the week. 8. W. Haldeman of ML Dora, was attending to business in Clayton, Wednesday. M. D. Lujan and C B. Gonzales of Clapham were Clayton visitors on Wednesday. A. W. Thompson returned Wed nesday from a stay of several weeks in Denver. J. M. Potter of Kenton spent sev eral days attending to business in Clayton this week. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. E. Owen re turned Tuesday from Trinidad with their small daughter. Ira Pennington and T. K. Savage spent the d...

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. — 27 November 1915

-.-t f t - .? .t .f t..t..t.-t--t.-t. -t,.f T-.t-.f- I I I IV W I 1 1 i TTrTr ,fMTMt. .t-.l .t. .? .f ..? f t f f . . t t t t ? TTtttttTTTTTTTTTTTT THE CLAYTON NEWS, NOVEMBER 27, 191S. Editor Mirra Says to Editor Guyrr About as Follows: In the issue of the Clayton C.iti- en or the iKth inst, the old gray hur.se mule tries to aplicar as un ass of another color, but lie is so well known that the attempt is impos sible. In what he styles an answer to my article of an earlier date, he says he is sure that the, article was not framed by me at all, and that the greater portion of same was com posed by someone else. In answer to this 1 make the positive statement that I can read, write or handle the Knglish lan'UrtKe belter than the clil gray mule, notwithstanding the oft repented declarations of the afore mentioned animal that he is the pos sessor of a classical and finished ed ucation and the wisest hombre now treading terra tlrma: and that the article in question was framed by nii and w...

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. — 27 November 1915

I THE CLAYTON NEWS, NOYEMBEK 27, 1915. THE CLAYTON NEWS OFFICIAL TAPE OF UNIO! OOVNTY CHA A P. ICTHEM (HIGH) Editor urn Oniff ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Rntcred as econd clan matter Octo ber 16. ltot. at tha pontofflc at Ciar tan. New Mexico, under tha Act of March J. 1S7I. Saturday, November 1!", l!l.". Clayton is some broom corn and bean market I.ook over th front page ami see the answer to the above statement. Through insinuation, tin? editor of The Citizen complimented us high ly in bis lust issue. Iloweer, the compliment is not deserved, for we are not the author of the old gray inuli! masterpiece. Attractive bargains of the sale of New Mexico state lauds have lured many buyers to I'nion county. Each incoming passenger train brings in vestors to Clayton. The liberal terms allowed by the state make the proposition doubly attractive to the man of moderate means. It may be the Imperial Kingdom of Colfax" at present, and we hope that its lustre may never wane nor U wealth diminish; but I'...

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. — 27 November 1915

:::U.i...,.í:'.íi' !! I ,'..' I !; . i;; ::;,r i: r."": THE CLAYTON NEWS. NOVEMBER 27, 1915. S. O. S. SIMON HERZSTEIN Clayton's Only Rendy-to-lAenr Store s. o. s. OVEItCOAT SALI Sl'lT SALE $9.95 $9.95 :.:;.::,i.;í. :r. , I. .il.j;!...,!, i.i .U :;:; WEEKLY STORE NEWS 4- The winter is extremely late this year and we have purchased an extra large stock of cloth ing and overcoats. This stock, I must not car ry over untill next year; it must he sold now. Be sure and do not mi;s this opportunity. Come early and make your selection. 12.95 SUIT SALE 12.95 Hart Schoffner, Alarx Clothes Hart Srhaff- t i i li i ner, Marx clothes, will be sizes and broken lots on sale. Only Four weeks; then Christmas. We have your present here for your friends. 0 ÜTD ODD BITS OF NEWS' Norm City, Ind. Queer things are sometimes found in a coal mine Iteccutly a miner dug out a piece of slate which looked like a shoe-sole; even the sewing on the edges ap pearing perfectly. Not long ago another miner found a perfe...

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. — 27 November 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS, NOVEMBER 27, 1913. TTTTrTTTTTTrTTTTTrr When m Canoe U a Whaler Pittsburgh, Pa, NovJ2G. : Fear ing that his runaway son would carry out an often expressed desire to enlist in the United Slates Marine Corps, Morris Kanue, of Leopold, West Virginia, lias written to the local recruiting office of the "sea soldiers" as follows: "U. 8. Marine Corps, Pittsburgh, Pa. I hereby warn you not to employ or hire my son, Anthony Kanue, as a submarine of the Navy. He has run away from home and I think lie has gone to Pittsburgh to enlist. Me is only 17 years old, in proof of which I am only 39 myself. If lie comes there whale him within an inch of his life and send him back to me. His father, NORMS KANUE." Sergeant Michael I)eboo, in charge of the Pittsburgh recruiting office of the United States Marine Corps, has assured the anxious parent that the boy will not be enlisted should he apply, but that "whaling" him Is out of the question, and the father "paddle his own Kanue." Compl...

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. — 27 November 1915

TirS CLAYTON NEWS, rVOVfclbnn 2?, 1911 ATTKHTION. HOMBITBADBBI All legal advertising In this papar la read and eorreotad according to copy. Rad your ad, and If an arror la found howeTar alight, notify ua at onoe. Notice far Pahllratlea Isolated Tract Pablle Land ala Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Offloa at Clayton, N. M., September 20, 1915. Notice la hereby given that, aa di rected by the Commissioner of the General Land Office, under provision! of Rea, lili II. a. pirsuaat to I he appll-aa-Jja :l I ,bort .. Hjlaiut. rf VUf ton. K U, Setttl No. tttltt. wt will offer at puullc al to tho lilgjeat bid. der, but at not leaa than 2.25 per acre, at 10 o'clock a. m on the trd day of December, 1916, next, at this otlice, the following tract of land: N 1-2 SW 1-4, Sec. 23, T. Í6n.. R He., N. M. P. M. The sale will not be kept open, but will be declared closed when those prea ent at the hour named have ceased bidding. The person making; the high est bid will be required to lmmediatel...

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. — 27 November 1915

tire Clayton news, NovEjmfin 27, wis. ON IEMÍM C LOW PRICE MAKERS Everything to Eat and Wear QUALITY STOKE r OK OBHPAWY MACKINAW COATS Full line of Mackinaw Coats for men and boys. All wool, green, blue, red and grey plaid. Mack inaws for boys - - $5.00 All wool 32 oz. Mackinaw, in solid blue, brown, grey and dark red, for men $8.00 and $9.00 Men's all wool extra heavy Mac kinaws, in grey, red and blue plaid - - $8.50 to $10.00 Just received a handsome line of Navajo Rugs Holeproof Hosiery AM rO (N, WOMtN AND CMILOKIN EVERY pair of Holeproof Hose has 31 years of careful experi ment behind it. Holeproofs are knit so that every pair fits snugly, neatly and styl ishly and no seams. They're knit from Sea Island and Efrptian yams. These yarns, because of their wearing qualities and soilness, cost 74c a lb., about twice as much as ordinary yarns. Best of all, six pairs are guaranteed to wear six months without holes, or new hose are furnished free promptly and cheerfully. Come into the st...

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. — 4 December 1915

DEVOTED It) THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME VIII. CLAYTON. NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1915. NO. 49. ."'ERICA WANTS AMERICANS FIRST AND ALL THE TIE Thinking Americans are Demanding Line-up of I?. S. Citizens With out Regard to Hace. More than a year ago President Wilson rolled upon lis, one and all. Lo observe "personal neutrality." How certain hyphenated Americans have taken this appeal to heart may he observed from the fact that the president was forced more recently to demand a line-up a separatioin, so to speak, of the sheep and goats. A miniature judgment day was sug gested with the American ' Ameri cans standing on one side, and the hyphenated Americans those who set the interests of their home land country above those of their adop tion on the other. Speaking before the Daughters l tlie American Revolution at Wash ington, the chief executive said: "I am not deceived as to the bal ance of opinion among the foreign born citize...

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. — 4 December 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS, DECEMBER 4, 1311 UCWWDJEBSOHILj O. W. Cunningham oí Cuates, spent Wednesday ia Clayton trading. G. G. Granville made a flying trip to Seneca, Wednesday. Viler Caudle attended to business at liatón the first of the k. Paul Allen Hall of Santa Fe, was a business visitor in the city tliis week. Orval Weckel of near ilayden, at tended to business matters in the county seat this week. J. L. Edgington has been ill for a week with a severe attack of rheu ma lis m. H. A. Todd left for his ranch near Springer this week where be in tends to make bis home. See G. C. Smith before you buy that buggy. He is agent for the best rig on the market. J. H. Norria of Kocky Ford, Colo rado, has accepted a position with the First National Bank. J. S. Stunz, representing the Heat- rice Creamery Co. of Denver, spent Wednesday in Clayton. Dr. W. W. Chilton has been suffer ing this week with an attack of appendicitis. R. E. Brock left the early part of the week for Jacksonville, Texa-, to at...

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. — 4 December 1915

-H-H-I- H-I"I"I"I"I"I' -H-H-l- -H-H-H- TTIE CLAYTON NEWS, DFCEJIUEH 1, 1915. 1 j ODD BITS OF r.EV.S Easton, M1. Grace Marshall, im prisoned by her fattier for twelve years because of liw attempt to elope with u man of whom lie did not approve, was discovered by a visiting mirle who bored tlirough the wall between her hoom and his. Released the girl weiKhed but 57 pounds and had almost forgotten how to talk. back violently, striking the slick and forcing it through the girl's ab domen. She diod a few hours later. North Manches-ter, Ind. Five sis ters, three of whom live near here, have a remarkable record. Mrs. Ulive Marine is 02 years old; Mrs. Abbie Thome is IK); Mrs Catherine Barter i Hfl; Mr. Irene Harter is 79 and the baby, Mrs. Ella Rhwies, is 08. They have all survived their husbands. North Manchester, Ind. Mrs. Sarah Foster, has been paralyzed and bedridden for 05 years, but bears the reputation of being the happiest, sunniest person in the country. She has her bed pulled clo...

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. — 4 December 1915

" - ti:-. f - THE CLAYTON NEWS OFFICIAL PAPES OFCIWOl OOVNTT CHAS P. IITIIERI (HIGH) K4ltr aa4 Owmcr ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Entered Moond clan matter Octo ber It. 190. at the poatofflce at Clay ton, New Mexico, under the Act Of March I. 187. Saturday, December 4, 1915. Poor W. J. Henry is going to Europe without him. Why not try a sack of that Clay-Uin-niailn flour. "The proof of the pudding is in the eating." Get busy and run a newspaper and quit slinging slush and slobbers over a disgusted public. Just watch us. Quite a few repubs are taking in their horns and declaring them selves out of the running. Wise re-pubs. Owing to a heavy increase in advertising The News force has been worked past the limit this week, and the paper is necessarily late. We have heard nothing further regarding the sheriff proposition. In our opinion the sheriff had very little to do with the deal, and it wouldn't take a Iianiel to figure out the win-res and whyfores. Last week we told you we wanted more busin...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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