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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 8 January 1916

TliÉTCXATTOX-ATAVS.-JANUARY K, 191(5. THE CLAYTON NEWS OFFICIAL PAPKR OF INIOS COIKTV PI LINES I OziT & Harris, cattle buyers from (Garnered hither and yon by Me- Amarillo, were scoulinn in Union phistnphcles. Hell box custodian for enmity this week. CHAS. P. SITIIKRS (HIUH) Kdltor aad Onirr ONE IK)LLAI PER YEAH ' The News.) Entered (econd clanil matter Orto- j brr 21. 1901. at tlie pontofflc at Clay; ton. New Mexico, under tlie Act of March 1. 1ST. Saturday, J nn miry 8, 19115. Tin' "jimmy" will chortle with Klee j when it reads Ihe commissioner proceediims. will it not? No, it will i not. I Should Say Not Kdxv. V. Kox, I'. is. Commissioner, whs Hitting in The News ofllce lost in re-e-e-p thought. Perhaps our linotype operator, Lorian Hoíiks, didn't speak plainly when he asked the question any how this is v iat happened: , ! I.orian:-"M. Kox do you want some township platsT ! Mr. Fox.-" This county ko dry? Aw wot the h ! I should say NOT! The Pullman cafo opened for business Fr...

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. — 8 January 1916

THE CLAYTON NEWS. JANUARY 8, 1916. SIMON HERZ STEIN POSTAGE COMPETITORS Clayton's Only Reody-to-Wear Store AeeIly Store News ÍQ WEEK ON LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN COATS, KNIT HOODS LADIES LONG COATS $12 50 coats, this week . . 6.25 10.00 coats, this week 8 53 cnits, this week 6.50 oats, th'n w 5 00 4.25 3.25 REMEMBER AT ONE-HALF PRICE MISSES AND CHILDREN COATS $6.50 coats, this week 5.00 " 4.50 " 3.50 " 2.50 " i ii 3.25 250 2.25 1.75 125 FURS - FURS $15 00 Fur., this week 12.50 Pars, this week 10.00 Furs, this week 8.50 Furs, this week 5 00 Furs, this week - FURS 750 6.25 5.00 4.25 250 COMFORT SALE I have an hands' a lot of Comforts that are sligndy soiled and damage ed, on sale this week at half price. 1,50 2 00 comforts 1.00 1.25 l.so comforts .75 3.00 cointbits 2.50 comforts Ladies Hart, Shaffner & Marx coats on Sale. 10.00, 7.50 and 5.00 coats, your choice S2.50 - $2.50 SWEATER SALE One lot of sweaters to close out at One-Half price 5.00 sweaters 2.50 1.50 sweaters .75 .'.(...

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. — 8 January 1916

THE CLAYTON NEWS, JA.NUUIY 8, IUIÜ. apímmtio.yyíeat or the gkv l-;..L SCIIUlL FLWD . I liis m to c rlify that I. H. II. KithU, County Sup rintendfiit of Seliools in and for litiion County, .i-w Mexico, have apportioned the íi-iii-ral School Fund of Hn ill county. 'I ll- amount apportion!)! is ?7. 1)12.00. Till' HCllolitsliC population of III!' roiuity for tin1 school year of 1015-16 i 5275. The rati- pt-r capita la $1.50 and is apportioned to the several districts of the county as follows: list. Amount Census 1 .o.'i3.00 422 2 Oi.50 41 :t v.wro... .329 Í 75.C0. 50 .. 153.00 102 ti 129.00 81 i 7 79.50. 53 1 X 8'i.nO 5(i! ! OO.(X). 44 I Id 55.50 37 1 11 1)4.50 63 12 52.50 35 I.I 103.50 69! II 81.00 54 1 15 187.50 125! If. 124.50... 83 J 17 - 100.50.. 67 IS 66.00 4lj I!) 60.00 10 -il 79.50 53; 21 ' 91.50 01 22 . .'157.00 2381 2:1 . 81.00 50 1 2! . . 87.00. 58 25 07.00 38 26 31.50 21 , 27 75.00 50, 28 18.00 12 I 2! 03.00 .' 42 j ;;o . 49.50.. 33 .11 91.50 61 . .12 31.50 ... 21 i 33 45.0...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 8 January 1916

TIIK CLAYTON NEWS, JANUARY 8. 1916. ATTBMTIO. H.tMKMTKAniCHft I All legal advertising In this n..... ! Is rend Mild corrected according to copy. Read your ad. and If an error la found ' hnw.ver allaht. notlfw aa .t on-. NOTICE FOit PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. 8. Land Office at Clayton, N. M., Nov. 26, 1915. Notice la hereby given that Alva D. Sowers, of Thomas, N. M., who, on August 3. 1912, made homestead en try. Serial No. 014993, for N 1-2 Section 28. Township 23n., Range 35.. N. M. P. Meridian, haa filed notice of Inten tion to make three year proof, to estab lish claim to the land above described, before Register and Receiver, U. S. Land Office at Clayton, N. M.. on the 26th day of January, 1916. Claimant names as witnesses: Andrew J. Qalvln. Merle D. Johnson, Charles E. Anderson, Claude D. Byrd, all of Thomas, N. M. 12-25-1-22 Pas Valverde. Register NOTICE KOH PI IIL1CATION Department of the Interior. U. 8. Land Office at Clayton, N. M., Nov. 29, 1915. Notice Is...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 8 January 1916

TIIE CLAYTON NEWS. JANUARY 8. 1916. ra i'ii'ñi'n ii i OTTO -JOHNSON MERCANTI COMPANY uv ritui: Mki:ns Everything to Eat and Wear QUALITY STORE One Wee C 7 T? ean 1 0 BEGINNING MONDAY, JANUARY 10th, AND ENDING SATURDAY, JANUARY 15th We will put on a "Clean Up Sale" on several lots of Seasonable Merchandise. We list below a few of the real bargains which we will have for you at the "Clean Up Sale" MACKINAW COATS 1-3 Off Men and Boys Mackinaw also ls per cent off $5.00 coat - - $3.35 8. coat - - 5 35 9. coat - 6.00 10. coat - - 6.70 Pants Men and Boys; 20 Off $1.00 pants - - $ .70 1.50 pants - - 1.20 2. pants - - 1.60 3. pants - - 2.40 4. pants - - 3.20 5. pants - - 4.00 6. pants - - 4.80 SUIT AND OVERCOAT 1-3 Off All Men and Boys Suits and Over-- coats to go into this sale at 13 off Boys $2.50 garments - - $1.70 3.50 garments - 2.35 5.00 garments - - 3.35 6.00 garments - - 4.00 Mens $ 8.00 garments - - $5.35 1 0.00 garments - - 6.70 12.50 garments - - 8.35 15. garments - - 10.00 18. g...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 January 1916

DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY, VOLUME IX. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATUR DAY, JANUARY 15, 1910. NO. 3. iut BOOST LOCAL OFFICE ONE DEGREE If Receipts Continue to Hang Around SfiOU Murk, Clayton will Knter Second Class Crowd. Postmaster Mrs. Susie Pace re ports that tlie Clayton ofllce is flirt ing recklessly with; the big ones in the second class rank." If the o III re averages $t00 per mouth for twelve months Uncle Sam admits it to the second class list. Mrs. Pace says the receipts for the past nine months are above the .$000 margin anil to date this month the clip is still rapid. With Clayton in the second class the office, is en titled to a larger working force and eligible to enter the ranks of free city carrier delivery. First National lias Record Year Officers and directors of the First National liank got, together this week for their perennial accounting of the year's business and eo elect officers and directors for the ensu ing y...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 January 1916

H4-4H j"M"M I' 'I I 'I 'M ! I ! ! I -H-I- 4-Hl-H-M- -H-H-fr H-M-M- -H-H-H-f- 4-H-H-fr rH"M-M H"H"I"H-I !-M-M 49-tf at any time. 49-tf. -H-H- -H-H-M-H Hl-W-i-i TIIE CLAYTON NEWS, JANUARY 13. 191(5. LAGRIPPE AND FINE WINTER PROMOTE ACTIVITY IN NEWS WRITERS1 PENCILS Thomas Wrilrr Says Lrap Year ditches Bachelor Off Guard. "Snow IMnls" Friends Sick. THOMAS ITEMS Say, people, aren't we having beautiful weather? Everyone at Thomas luis liad la trrippe ami some have suffered) acutely, others arc Just getting over it and a few are taking it. Miasms Ocile and (oldie Long, I.ealha and Louise I'uder, Opal and Hazel Lane, Messrs, I.ane, and John son attended the pie supper at Tate last Saturday night and report a tine lime. Miss tioldie took the cake for the prettiest girl, "he proceed of the supper amounted to .r). J. K. Husey and family were vis itors at Thomas Sunday. Itev. II. A. Whitehead preached at Thomas last Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night. Mrs. S. N. Thomas and children are pr...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 January 1916

THE CLAYTON NEWS, JANUARY 15, 1916. fi LCCÍ.L m FERS0';.'.L Columbia Graphaphones and new records at Ihe City Drug Store. 1'fdro Vigil was registered at the Kklund Thursday. Imported perfumea in fancy pack ages. Hose's Pharmacy. Slats Hankin made a business trip to Denver this week. Columbia Grafanolas at the City Drug Store. Chas. Chaney of near Seneca, at tended to business in the city Thursday. Joe Coger of near Centerville, at tended to business in the county seat Monday. We acknowledge receipt lilis week of an interesting letter from our old friend Ian Dill, who is now located at Durklinrn, N. M. He has a fine ranch in that part of the stall'. Dan got lonely without The .News, so en closed a dollar for a year's mili scriplion to the popular paper. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Rixey, former residents of Clayton, but now of Weston, Mo., are here for a visit with T. H. 'Rixey. H. F. Rixey was formerly connected with the State Hank of Commerce. Chas. V. Murphy of near Mt. lKra, was a busines...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 January 1916

T1IE CLAYTON NEWS, JAMJAItY 15. 19115. THE CLAYTON NEWS OFFICIAL PAPER OF CRIOS COUNTT (III. P. MTHKR (IIKilll Editor Owm ONE LK)LLAIl PEIl YEAR Kntered aecond cla matter Octo ber 28. 10, at the poatofllc at Clay ton. New Mexico, under the Act of March I, 187. Saturday, January 15, 1010 Tlii'ii ami Now W ith tliH isue Tin- News lit-pins i I liftli year under tin' miinsineineut of "llih" Slithers. We have wcalh-en-d many storms ami an- checkered with tin- mark of strnwih1 ami roin liat. Some 'tecnlh or niori' compet itors ami niiti' a number of second liaml politicians, have threatened us with dire calamity ami u ipiiek va hum is from tin' country, hut "mine host" still remains. Honesty com pels us to acknowledge that we art better olí now than four years aw. Then we were "in the red;" now we are almost. Then no one owed us a dollar: now almost everybody owes us, ami a piodly percentage of our creditors evince a strouu disposition to make the ilehl eternal. Then we were "a (iood hoy,...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 January 1916

New Sprino Middles. First Here; all . DilTrrrnll-. Trimmed; Heavy Washnblr Fabric. Specially Pricrd at $1.50 SIMON HERZ STEIN IU;.I)Y.T(-VK. FOII MKN WO. I EN AM) CHILDREN New Cap and Scarfs in White, Lrnthcr TH mined. .Color Bluo and Green. .Something Different and I'p to the minute at $l.5( COME BACK TO STAY Half Price Sale Half Price Sale 0 Men and Women Sweaters $5.00 now - - ' $2.50 3.50 now - - 1.75 2.00 now - - 1.00 1 .50 now - .75 Final Clean Up Free With Every Purchase THIS WEEK UN PESO ' of Villa Mon ONE DOLLAR i ey from Mexico. They make excellent souvenirs to keep or to send to your friends back East. I it 1J ' I. . its . i .or ir vi w w fa K i n v SHOES JK 3PJ $3.52 42 &5.Q Bcy Shoo; $2AO A $2mSO Young men naturally look for a little more snap and style in a shoe than some of their elders. This is undoubtedly why so many oi them buy my snoes. vv. L. Uousrlas shoes for men are dls-l S incuve, lull or char- acter and style, and ; vetthev coat: flhnut half $tvvhat some...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 January 1916

ir...t...l T TTamtnAn Ip THE. CLAYTON NEWS. JANUARY 15, 1916. 9t j i moil mn nrnrniui ft 2 LUuhL A lU rcnou .AL 2 Socialist Xevys Tin' Socialists arc already getting Itiiiín IÜIA nannoiirn lirwluf wa V if Wf ' a i i ... i ii . : i .; : :., are lO junge Dy meir hclimik-b in this Mtct ion of New Mexico. Last 'week Mr. A. James McDonald told Miss Fern Karn is spending tlie!,,, lnP coming of three lecturers week in Des Moines. ( ciavton in the near future, and I. W. Snyder 3 u busine trip '"w ,'".1l1e,U l,9.f',ttt Rich" t sarda Fe Wednesday evening. ! " "r ?" , I can, N. M, on the 2Gth, inst. (. V. Kasterwond feft on a bnsi- He also tells us the names of the ness trip to Santa J'e Wednesday. slate officers of the New Mexico So- jcialist party whe were elected to If you want something good to ; lake office January 1st as follows: eat patronize Weber's grocery de-j National Committeeman, Chauncey partment. Newson, Norton; Slate Secretary - j Mrs. leltoy Welsh, Norton; State (ieo. huslinel...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 January 1916

T1IE CLAYTON NEWS. JANL'AItY IS. 1tfi. ATTENTION, UiIMBITEADERI NOTICK FOR Pl'BLICATION NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION NOTIl'H FOR PUBLICATION All letal adver-lslns- In thla n.n.r ; department of th. Interior. U. 8. Land Department of the Interior. U. 8. Land Department of the Interior. U. 8. Land r.fnar2UZtm0m M CUytn' N- ltíS n,"C'1,t,Clr,0K M-.wt'- " mc' M CUyt0n' N- M- l"C- ,f"5- Read your ad. and It an error la found Notice la hereby given that John A. Notice I. hereby given that Jame. H. , Notlc. ,by Klv,n thBt Robt R. however alight, notify ua at one. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. V. 8. Land Office at Clayton. N. M., Nov. 2, 115. Notice la hereby Riven that Alva D. gower, of Thomas, N. M., who, on August 23. 1912. made homeatead' en try. Serial .No. 014993, for N 1-2 Section 28. Township 23n., Range J'.e., N. M. P. Meridian, hue filed notice of Inten tion to make three year proof, to estab lish claim to the land above described, before Register and Kecelver, U. 8...

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. — 15 January 1916

TIIK CLAYTON NEWS, JANUARY 15, 1316. OTTO- LOW lKI(.E MAKERS 1 K 1ERCM Everything to Eat and Wear OIMY QUALITY STORE SUGGESTIONS FOR COLD WEATHER COMFORT Here are a few of the many things you will need for the cold weather, which is bound to come even though it is late. Wool Blankets, Sheep-lined and Blanket-lined Coat in short and long lengths, Overshoes, Wool Socks, Fur and Wool lined Gloves and Mittens etc. We have a good assortment of all these goods, in spite of the fact that our business has been better this win ter, than ever before. mm 13414 SHOES COMFORT STYLE- WEAR - r . You will have perfect comfort in Queen Quality shoes. There is such a variety of styles and lasts that any foot finds its fit. The largest woman's shoe factory in the world makes shoes for every kind of a foot. Otto-Johnson Merc. Co. Exclusive Agents in Clayton J... Sm. Z Hardware and Implement Dept. " - - - - The season for Implements will soon be here and we wish to caP the attention of the trade to the ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 22 January 1916

Iff DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITJ ZENS II IP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY, VOLUME IX. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 191(5. NO. 4. SUSPECTED AUTO THIEVES HQ BY CLAYTON COPS Woman Member of Tarty Walked to Texliue After Dark to Avoid Arrest. V. K. Smith and Mr. Smith, J. II. Burnett and Patrick Stevens were arrested by local officers Saturday night upon information from Den ver police stating that the three Ford cars the suspects had in their poss ession were stolen from Denver. De tectives W. A. Ilinker and J. A. Schu macher arrived in Clayton Tuesday and took charge of the quartet. It is thought by Denver police that they have operated extensively in the auto stealing business between Den ver and Dallas. Stolen Spark Coil Gives Them Away The quartet and cars drifted into Clayton Saturday afternoon and left the Mrs at the Clayton Garage and Auto " Company. The people took rooms at the Commercial hotclv A parage man at Des Moines wired Clayton ollicers to w...

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. — 22 January 1916

ptrr robeco' I 1 TI IE CLAYTON NEWS, JANUARY 22, 1918. D. V. Snyder ivturnod Wednes day from a busings trip to Santa Ke. If you want something good to cat patronize Weber's grocery de partment. Ir. muí Mr. S. M. KilmotiiNon nnd cliildi-i'fi left Saturday to pi-nd a week with lr KiIiihiiiiI-mimk sifter, Mr. ('. I'.. Hemmiiur, in Oklahoma y. ; . . v ' Mrs. Jim Steele of Canyon City, Texan, who luí I n visiting Mrs. li. H. Kdmnndsun left for I es Moines Siitiinhiy fur a short isit with Mrs. Jus. Fox. E. M. Crawford, formerly w ith tin Clayton Oarage and Anto Co., has pnrehased the Coleman transfer equipment and will continue that business. W. A. Fowler, superintendent for the Hone ponstruelioii company, left Thursday for his home in Amarillo. Mr. Fowler will return next Week to install the opera ehairs which arc expected here Monday. EiiKciie Ktlieridie of Jacksonville, Texas, arrived in Clayton Monday. He will iiiom his family ami farm equipment here in the near future and will take u...

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. — 22 January 1916

Maximiana U. Gallegos. Administra trlx of the Kstate of I'. J. Miera, de ceased. Defendant. THE CLAYTON NEWS, JANUARY 22, !!)!. is EMIL SI.IDIX NOTICH PON PI BI.ICATIO He Could Hardly Go Einil Si'idcl, who lias lii-en 8curi bv local socialist to snenk in Clav tnn nn IIim pwiilnu- nf Siimlav .Inn- wrili'8 Solomon ricnUPtt, i lat HlVef, Hook, of Orenvllle, N. n " ' ft. ... , t- , A.-n..-tkl. 1BI4 hi uary ;W)tli, i. onei or Hie fon'inost . fucakci s in tlm American movement. Common symptoms or lie was I'li'clcil mayor of Milwaukee, Wis., in l!10, lieiiiR the first social ist in the United Stales (o be elected chief executive of a large city. The socialist administration under Seidel was mirressfül. Professor Charles Zueblin, famous sociologist anil lecturer, said: "Í am one of those vvlrji believe thnt the socialists have given Milwaukee the best ad ministration it ever had. No more honest body of men have ever been in public service in America, and every one in Milwaukee knows that. A...

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. — 22 January 1916

.-k.' ! SlmcLs! Call tliis ln-rc enlil? W hy i THE CLAYTON' NEWS.' J Wl'ARY 22, 191(5. THE CLAYTON NEWS OFFICIAL PAPER OF INIO COÜWTY (Ht. P. M'THKH (lll(.ll) K4ltr mmé Om ONE I MILLAR PER YEAR Entered second cla matter Octo ber 2. 1901, t the postofTioa at Clay ton, New Mexico, under the Act of March 1, 1879. Saturday, Januiir.v '22, IHlti Politician Who Wppt for Shrrp lias Craved Repining Kcry citizen U entitled In liis preference iiiimnt; cimdidates. In mir miiiiitmn Hiere art' llin-f eminent jNfW Mexican entitled Id considera tion fur lln' .nitinii .f I'nili'il Slati si M'lial'ir. Tlii' lire A. A. Junes l-cllx: .Martin", anil icvi imr M I nuNI. III pinjy si-iAiri' atnl lii'lirlil In 1 li J people c.icli lias an cipml rail. anil liclween llit'iii we arc al is-li 1 1 ! , neutral. I In' republican parly lius un raniliil.ili' if merit Ik oil t. so; wc coiiidcr llntt Un' rari' fur die po sition i between Hi.' Iliri'i' j! ni ni demolíais n i n 1 1 : t i ii J aiinM'. ; pa.-t Tin Oniric...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 22 January 1916

THE -CLAYTON NKW8.. JANUARY' Z2. 191(1 i SIMON HERZ STEIN ni:iy-To-vEAR vxm men women ano children W. L. DOIT.LAS SHOES $.1.30 to $'.00 MAIL ORDER COMPETITOR MAIL ORDER COMPETITION On Shoes Men Elk Sole, best quality shcts 2 EC W. L. Douglas, oVís shce - 3 50 Ladies button, cloth tcp, kid - - 1.50 Misses button, cloth top, 1 3 i to 2 1.35 Children, cloth tcp, 8 to 1 1 i - 1.15 Children, cloth tcp, 5 to 8 J - .0 Dor thy Dodd shoes for lscies - 3.50 LADIES AND MISSES KNIT HOWS " TMI.S WV.ViK ONLY 7.jc Knit Hoods, now - - - v 5c 50c Knit Hoods, now - - - 34c 3.c Knit Hoods, now - - - 24c COKER FROM OLD "MiZZOO" '.Wbilp He Is Wise to Polities Wants to Continue So ami Takes The News. He Ed Coker ami Mrs. Cukvr, of near Gladstone, were in tin city Friday aiul Satunlnv uttciidinir ti business and trailing. While here El handed in the needful to keep the popular paper coining to his address. Mr. Coker is an old Missouri democrat and is greatly pleased with the con duct of governmental affai...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 22 January 1916

j-8-1-22 T1IK CLAYTON NEWS. JANUARY 22. Ifllfi. 1 LOCAL AND PERSONAL 5 A. ill KOTH'K ri)R PI ni.lOATIOK Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office Rt Clayton. N. M., Jan. 10, 1Í11. j Notice la hereby lven that Cha". K. Chaney, of Seneca, N. M., who, on B p- tcmber 14, 19DS, made Homeatead Fntry ; Serial No. 0915. for NE 1-1. SK 1-4! NW 1-4. H 1-2 NW 1-4. NW 1-4 SB 1-4. tectlon 22. Township 28n., Kanse 36., ; N. M. P. Meridian, hat nie.t notice of I inte ntion to make Three k'er.r Klnul . t'roof, to establish claim to the land K.I Hurpens wit in from i his farm ; uVePi u. a nnd office, At Clayton, north .if Uayton trailing I hursday. N M, on the 25th dn). of Fcbrunry, lieo. I'erk is a lenver stuck show ; visitor this week. Claimant names aa witnesses: I Itobert CJ. Pnlmer. of Clayton, N. M. 04) 4)44 L. HalflilT is reported very week. It. II. Hull was a trader in Clay ton rrid.iy from Hueyeros. S. P. .Mrijiieen returned Wednes .iv from a business trip to Jnplin, Mo. Clair A day frn...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 22 January 1916

THE CLAYTON NKW8, JVWARY 22, 1910. VriKNTION, HJMEiTKADERI. ' All legal advertising In thla paper I read and corrected according to copy. Read your ad, and If an error la found however slight, notify ua at once. ,u..., , -, -, r NOTICK FOH PUBLICATION Department of the Interior U 8 Land Office at Clayton, N. M. Nov. 26, 1915. Notice la hereby given that Alva D u-,. r.t Tk.. v vi ' Aue-ust 21 1912 made homeste'id en- try, Serial No. 014993, for N 1-2 Section 28 Townshln 23n Ran it e 3re N M P. Meridian, haa filed notice of Inten- Han to make three vear nroof. to eatab- llsh claim to th" land above described before Register and Receiver, U. ' ,h O. Land Office at Clayton, N. M 25th day of January, 1916. Claimant name as wltneases Andrew J. Galvin, Merle D. Johnson,, ".-". v.Uu . . . .ma , , A. I 12-25-1-22 Pa. Valverde, Register. NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. E. Land Office at Clayton, N. M., Nov. 29, 1915. G Nelf of Seneca N M who on June w ,?..0H.n" Notice li...

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