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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 19 February 1916

THE CLAYTON NEWS. FEB. 19. 19 IG. LOW W PRICE YTP mum QUALITY M STORE Li COMPANY EVERYTHING H)l TIIK HOME. e erythim; to eat and wear TO JOHNSON P 1 u D AR GOOD STORE SERVICE WE WANT TO HELP EVERY CUSTOMER OF THIS STORE TO (.IT THE VERY REST SER VILE POSSIBLE AMI THE II I (ill EST VALUE FOR HIS MONEY. IT IS PART OF 01 R STORE SERVICE TO HELP IllUMi THESE THINGS AUDIT. TELL I S YOl'R TROI BLIX IN A MERCHANDISING WAY. LET I S CONSULT WITH YOl REGARDING ALL PHASES OF THE GOODS YOU RUY WHETHER YOl' BIT THEM FROM I S OR NOT. WE INVITE YOl TO l'SE OUR STORE SERVICE. WE ALSO INVITE YOl' TO TELL IS WHEREIN' OUR STORK SERVICE IS WEAK. WE ARE NOT PERFECT WE SHALL NEVER BE BIT WE WANT TO GIT AS NEAR PERFECT AS POSSIBLE. A FEW SPECIALS THIS WEEK WE ARE GOING TO HAVE SPECIAL PRICES ON SEVERAL LINES THAT W E WOl LD LIKE TO CLEAN I P BEFORE OUR SPRING GOODS ItEGIN TO ARRIVE. WE WILL NOT AT TEMPT TO QUOTE YOl PRICES IN THIS SPACE HIT WE ASSl'RE YOl' IT WILL PAY YOU TO VISIT Ol'R STORK THIS WEEK. OU...

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. — 26 February 1916

DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME IX. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, FEHilUAItY 2(5, 101(5. No. l COL JACK PROMINENT NEW IMrtllWM" Citizen StlCCIimbs to Effects of Operation Saturday, in El I'uso Hospital Col. W. H. Jack, a resilient of ' north Union county and one of the best known cattlemen in the south west died in nn El I'aso hospital Sat urday following an operation. Col. Jack was thrown from a buggy a few weeks ugo when Jt team which be was driving to Folsom ran away. He, suffered injuries which requir ed the operation. He was a pioneer of Grant county. New Mexico, where ho conducted the Oak flrove ranch tor many years. The last few years of his life have been spent at Folsom, however. He went through Santa -Fe rZ-enlly, stopping en route at Silver City anil then' going on to F.I l'aso where he entered a hospital. He was a member of the New Mexico state cattle sanitary board at the lime of his ilciiih and had been prominen...

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. — 26 February 1916

THE CLAYTON NEWS, FEBRUARY 26, 1918 LOCAL UNO PERSONAL C. E. Wood of near Cuates, was in th city Tuesday with his fam ily and left that evening for Raya do, New Mex, where they will make their home, for the next several months. Hefore leaving Mr. Wood ailed at The News ofrice and made sirrangement for the jn ipn l;ir paper fo follow. We are in receipt this week of m letter from our old friend Satur nino I'inard, now living at Salt Lake, .New Mexico. Sut orders the popular paper sent to him at Salt Lake, and also to Mrs. I'inard who is spending I he school months in Albuquerque for the purpose ol sending the children to school. J. 1. Cleark of the Otto neighbor hood, was in the city Friday making proof on his fine homestead and look i MR after other business. Guy W. Slack, one of the leading merchants of Kenton, was a -business visitor in Clayton Tuesday and Wednesday. J. II. Kilburn and Jas. Anderson of near Ml. Dora, atended to busi ness in Clayton Monday and Tuesday. Miss Lloyd It...

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. — 26 February 1916

T1IE CLAYTON NEWS, FEBRUARY 2C, 1916 "BUTTLE CRT" CO LIES FROM EL PASO FORME SHOWS Great Preparedness Picture Druws tiood House at Matine. Three More Performances Dangerous Citizens The art of the cartoonist lias born summoned l cap llio argu ment, the Chicago Tribune "Dang erous Citizens' of McOutcheon be ing reproduced first, and later in different diagrams the comparative military strength of the United When one considers that Saturday t Slates and oilier countries as op matinees are unusual attraction ii , posed to population and wealth be- Clayton a good crovvti lurneJ ojt to witness the opening perfoTiance of "The Hattle try of lVac.',' t the Mission. There will be tw per- tbat both, our military und naval ex- KOTKIK roR Pl'HMCATIOX Department of the Interior. U. 8. Land Office at Clayton. N. M.. Feb. t, 11 f. Notice In hereby given that Albert D. Barnard, of Patterson, N. M., who, on Nov. 12. 1910, made homeatead entry. No. 012397, for' Lots l-J-3-4, SK 1-4 NW 1-4, SW 1-4 NB ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 26 February 1916

THE CLAYTON NEWS. FEBRUARY 20, 1916 ft- THE CLAYTON NEW- ArvicxAi. pafkb or union cotrimr CHAI. P. IIITHBM (HIGH) Baita aa4 Owirv ONE DOLLAR PER YEAH Entered aa Moond class matter Octo ber !, ltot, at tha postónica at Clar ion, New Mexico, under the Aot of March S, H7t. Saturday, Frhrunry 2ft, 1!)1C. - .i WHO lá HE? Ili-nry I). Estaforook who is ho? Tlie above question is asked in a In ( k lei received by Tim News loi. sting Mr. Kstalirook for the pres idency of the United States. So far as we know, lie is only a corporation lawyer and lias spent the majority of liis life in the service of the West ern I'nion Telegraph Co. In addi tion to that his booklet says that he said: "The urgent necessity of the restoration of republican policies and prosperity has caused a de mand within the party for a new leader for the coinim; presidential cainnaiun." That the republican parly needs a new leader, and ! needs one badly, no one can dis pute; but that the country needs a 're-.location of rep...

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. — 26 February 1916

HE BARGAIN STORE NEW Weekly Publication of Real Bargains At SIMON HERZSTEIN'S COURT WEEK BUYERS SPECIAL WE PAY POSTAGE ON ORDERS I LXITOV NEW MEXICO' FERRIARY 2f, 191G. WE MEET MAIL ORDER PRICES irn lilA I M DUTCHESS PANTS 10 CENTS A BUTTON ONE DOLLAR A RIP This week is the special week for we have all new goods and the best money can buy for the price. Dutchess Pants: $1.35, $2X0, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00 (J i i 1 if 1 f"i Vi " II CopTTifbt Hut SchtU ner Msn CLOTHING THE BEST AND MOST COMPLETE LINE OF CLOTinXG EVER CAR RIED IN CLAYTON. .1 AM GOING TO GIVE AWAY FREE WITH EV ERY SUT OF .CLOTHES .SOLD DI KING COt'RT WEEK, 1 MON ARCH SHIRT. REMEMBER THE SHIRT IS TO GO FREE. HART SCIIAFFNER CLOTHES $15.01) TO $.'10.00 BIG SIX CLOTHING $15.00 TO $20.00 PERLMON BROS. & WINFIELD $12.50 TO $18.50 FREE SHIRT WITH EVERY SI IT $15.00 I P THIS WEEK SPECIAL ON SHIRTS I have on hands now the most complete line of shirts ever shown in Clayton Blue heavy work shirts 50 c Grey he...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 26 February 1916

Big Honday i. 1 1 s i' ... 1 mÜj Ara r WW P. & 0. TWO ROW LISTER P. & 0. NO. 3B DISK PLOW í y í m , HñkUfü DAY SAACS' OPENING 0 77ie Neu IMPLEMENT Display Room On Big Monday, March 6th, we wmt you all to meet us. We shall have sensible souvenirs for the ladies, at the main store, and smokes for the boys at the Implement Room. We cannot say for sure that the building will be all finished, but time is getting short and as the first two cars of imple ments are now here and the car of moderate priced wagons and trucks will be here by that time, we see no reason for delay. NOW LET US GIVE YOU A TIP It makes no difference what you want in the shape of metals, and while we want all the business we can g:-t, if you are so minded that you want other than what we sell, we will not get cross EUf Buy it now. As we are all more or less at sixes add sevens en account of our op ening day, we really do not know which of the Implements shown on this page we could talk of first or best. Anywa...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 26 February 1916

- i -T P. & 0. SUCCESS GANG PLOW P. & 0. SULKY PLOW P. & 0. WIGGLETAIL CULTIVATORS U WWWWWMHWI "ji P. & 0. RIDING LISTER CULTIVATOR It's Here-Come In See it The New Type "Z" Fairbanks -Morse FARM ENGINE Economical Simple Light Weight Substantial Fool-proof Construction Gun Barrel Cylinder Bore Leak-proof Compression Complete with Built-in Magneto MORE THAN RATED POWER AND A WONDER AT THE PRICE l'.H.P. 3 H. P. - - '6022 F. O. B. FACTORY CZZ3 6 H. P. - '11022 P. 0. DISK SUIKY AND GANG PLOWS ; ' " -w-n ni.jJ . x - -try .-in M l ECLIPSE WINDMILLS il 899 P. & 0. NO. 12 CORN PLANTER J 5 frr- ST

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 26 February 1916

THE CLAYTON NEWS, FFJmi'AIlY 2G, 1910. frrlHl ruin ot tke Boar ( Coaaty CsatailMloBrra Held Msa-lar, ! ry 1. rrmtnt the Honorable Balóme Har ria, Chali man. T. 8. Snyder, Member, and Juan J. Duran, Clerk. The purpose of thla meeting in to receive Tax Rolls for 1915. and the Board after examining said rolls finds the same In sood shape and very neat ly made up. It Is therefore ordered by the Hoard of said county that the preceding; as sessment roll and each and every as sessment therein contained as origi nally returned and aNffCsed be and the same Is hereby approved. Ta Collector af the Coaaty of Valoat You are hereby ordered by the Hoard In accordance with the laws of said Htate In such cases made and provided to collect all State, County, School, City, and all other taxes nut above enumerated and specified, levied on the citizens of said county and non-resident property owners, whose property may have been assessed, and all taxes assessed upon the property within your county as ap...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 26 February 1916

THE CLAYTON NEWS, FEBRUARY 2S, 1916 House Would Taboo "Picture Bride" Washington, The" woes of the "picture bride" were revealed here today in connection with the peren nial immigration bill fight with its threat of international complica tion, that is near in the house. Chairman Burnett, of the immi gration committee, said that the proposed legislation would elimin ate among other things the Japan ese "picture bride" practice which he says is a growing evil. "The 'picture bride' is a woman who pretends to marry by proxy in Japan and then conies to the tint ed States or its territories to meet her 'husband-' whom frequenly she lias never seen. These couples seldom marry, ac cording to the chairman, but us ually part soon after the woman is safely landed, never to meet again. Statistics filed with the committee show that 2,000 "picture brides" en tered Hawaii last year and 1,800 came to the United States. Friends of the literacy test meas ure, which probably will he brought on the ll...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 26 February 1916

3LAYT0N NEWS, FERRUARY 26. 1916 ELECTRIC BOOT AHD SHOE SHOP OLLIE B. COX. Proprietor ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO GIVK SATISFACTION SHOP BY THE CLAYTON NEWS . GIVE. US A TRIAL THE CLAYTON MEAT MARKET JOHN SPRING, Prop. Fresh and Salted Mtab, Fruits and Provisions. Fish and Oysters in Season. TELEPHONE NO. 85. - CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO. You want to know whet youp motor ea win . The million-car Ford performance uamvn yeta question. Supplying the motar ear Beads f el classes the Ford is operated and mate tote I city or country for about taro eenta a alie with universal Ford service behind it Touring Vso 440; Runabout 9390; Coupelet $500; Town Oar 640 Sedan 1740, Í. o. b. Detroit O display ami sale at Ml FORD MOTOR COMPJXY . Allen Wikoff, Agent Clayton, N. M. TOM GRAY LUMBER COMPANY Lumber Let Us Figure With Yuo Shingles A ways ready to figure smali bills as D00" well as large ones, our time is yours. Lath Mouldings The grade you buy you get Roofing Phone 158 BOB BROWN, Mgr. Tentt Post THAT CLAYT...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 26 February 1916

Tiní CLAYTON NEWS, FEBRUARY 26, 191C. Attention, Homesteaders All legal advertising in this paper is read and corrected ac cording to copy. Read your ad, and if an error is found how ever Blight, notify us at once NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department ot the Interior, U. 8. Land onice at Clayton. N. M Jan. 25, 191. Notice I hereby given that Felix Sanches, of Barney, N. M., who, on January 9, 191J, made Homestead ap plication. Serial. No. 016376. for N 1-2 XB 1-4; N 1-J NW 1-4; Section 8, and NE 1-4, Section 7. Township 2Sn Range 32e., N. M. P. Meridian, haa filed notice f Intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above de scribed, before Register and Receiver, W. 8. Land Office, at Clayton, N. M.. n the 14th day of March, 1916. Claimant names as witnesses: J. B. Fernandes, J. C. Duran. Crea encio Jirón, Huberto Vigil, all of Bar ney. N. M. 2-12-2-11 I'm Valverde, Register. NOT1CK FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, L". S. Land office at Clayton. N. M., ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 26 February 1916

LOW MA ' "UH i' - ft fot k tí, : iiiv si i l-IVIifM'' Hiirut" i::!-.;.:. t nif 341IS fa PA i i a n tt i 1 UT THE HOME OF PRICE, QUAL ITY AND SER VICE .7 ss OTTO - JOHNSON EflCMITK QUALITY STORE i;m:kvtiiic; foh tiik iiomk. COMPANY KYEHYTIIINC. TO KIT AM) WEAK ,:,c: :i";::;':,,::;:';i;:,rra ;n;";".r:,, r :r:iz visina Showing .'of New Spriig eady to Wear Our buyer has just returned from the Eastern markets where ne purchased with great care the newest and best styles in all kinds of Ready-to-Wear goods for Women, Girls, and Children. We are receiving daily shipments of these goods and cordially invite you to come in and look them over even tho you are not ready to buy. It will at least be worth your while to inspect the new styles Among the New Goods that have already arrived are some stylish and inexpensive sport Coats for Girls and Ladies in assorted color combinations and plaids at $3.50 and $4.00 A pretty line of Shirt Waists in the newest styles, colors and materials, also in Whi...

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 March 1916

Tice l'ihlers llave Iliisy .Mnrninn wm DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME IX. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, MAIICH i. 1910. NO. 10 X nrcnniTiRM ip mo nr.auLuiiuN u DEFEATED RY 68-14 VOTE Wilson Forriun Policy is Upheld in I'pprr House Duriiiji Drain ii tic Session Washington. .Mai-ill Tin I nit er States senate this morning by a Vole f CM til I i killed the (ore resn Intinii warning Americans oil' all arme.I belligerent ships. I he vote was a victory fur Presi dent W'iNnii in his demand that con .i ess drop all tt t i i 1 1 1 1 1 1 s li stop his foreign negotiations ami give liiin solid support in the crises with (ier Hiany or else ilirertly to repudiate ( f. The majority s larger than administration leaders tiad expected. Senator (lore's resolution, a sub .slitule by Senator MrCumber, a He piihlican. and an atieinpl hy Sena toi'lor (ore to strengthen Ins orig inal proposal, all were defeated at one time on a rolhall on a motion...

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 March 1916

-K--!-.. ; THE CLAYTON NKWS. MUH.ll 4. 1916 j i. ' LUUnL (II WW t, I J a iü 1Ü Ü 'uaranl.ee Ilesulfs. Water is a Ne cessity and I Guarantee (o Get it. Prices on Application W. F. II AM, CLVYTON, N. M. l'lione 171 Lakeside Lino SCHOOL NOTES We art- iiiinrtiini'(l Iiy the cdit-t ops. wlm are actuated hy the best ni motives, namely; ihc prosperity ..r it i i i e i... :..r . . nun ot mi' M'iii in wnir accounts V(li; IION'K COHSin s weekly i.f our doings. Hut we nnt- j .Now Sold in Stores uially do not have many advent-1 (iEO. II. W.VOE A CO. ures. ami wo ran only record our j Clayton's ItelU-r Store scholastic linings which may seem! 'I LL Tll- M IN CLAYTON. N. M. prosy enoiuli. j Sl.."0 TO SX.'.O ,au. i, r,.w. visitors. We lliry Yrrr Formerly Sold at SC.Ol r,,,ow ,.Verv one is too liusv to come. tuSI-MH) by Corset Peddlers ,. ,.s,. . thinks we are .mini; well1 . i- 1 1 , il vCTn... i nv- ,n,'u-l, w'' wil s;'.v ,,,lr s(l,l,,,l.New Macliine and an Old liriller. 1 i .'iiimj: in'iter each ...

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 March 1916

TIIK CLAYTON NKWS. HIHCII i, l'UK Attention, IlomrMenriers All legal ndvcrtisini: in lhi.4 paper is read and corrected ae rordinit to copy. Head your ad, and if an error is found how ever slii-'lit, notify us at once AOnCK FOIl Pl'IILlCATIOX Department ot the Interior, U. P. Lnnil ÍMtlco nt Clayton, N. At., Jan. 20, 1916. Notice In hereby given that Felix Sanchez, of Harney, N. M., who, on January it, 191.1, made Homestead p plication, Serial, No. U16376, for N 1-2 NK 1-4: N 1-2 NW 1-4: Section 8, anil NK 1-4, Section 7, Township 23n., Range 32e., N. M. 1'. Meridian, has llled notice ef Intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above de scribed, before Register and Receiver, V. S. Kami Office, at Clayton, N. M on the 14th day of March, 1916. Claimant names as witnesses: J. K. Fernandez, J. C. Duran, Cres enclo Jirón, Huberto Vigil, all of Bar i'py, N. SI. .'-12-3-11 Paz Valverde, Register. NOTICF. I llll PI HMCATIO department of the Interior. I". S. Land rtl...

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 March 1916

THE CLAYTON NEWS. THE CLAYTON NEWSl;:;;;;;; OFFICIAL PAPFR OF I'SIOX COVSTif OKI 1(141. IMPF.lt TOW nHI. VTI CHA. P. MTIIKIH 1 1114.11 1 K4itor nod Omrr ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Knurcd a aecoml clac matter Octo Iwr 2.,1!0!, at the poatofTice t Clay ion, New Mexico, uwlcr the Act of M:trch 3. 187. Saturday. March i. I!ll( I ili.ln't bt-Kln with iinkini:. I look the Job iiml Kiuck. Ami I took the rh:inci- tliry wouldn't Arid now ilwyi.- talllnn It link. Kipliiik'. COME 0- KICK IN "Ye Eilitor." h. y- C,h. Will, frank Kicked in. This week I In- lion, frank A. JIubbell si-nt us deck for a year's subscription, ami il was thankfully received. We ex i"ct to have some interesting things n s.iy about Frank iiml tils .senator ial ambition, ami are pleased to know that he has paid in adanre for the forthcoming information. I'iiss it to the 'jimmy" it is a much depended upon instrument. Hillside of a few ilelilded entliusi-a-N. overstocked posst-ois of eu on,.ous amounts of republican i-t-'u, tin- "j...

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. — 4 March 1916

(xifOii'T Is íi! (- i;;alii)(j Hit' l):'t!i i.i' Mis. limit n ichni. ' I . i .!:. :i i' Tiu;i.:i-s 1 r;;i!i y - (:. n: : im.i1-. i i." I-.'l in "SÍ . ! i . f !'!: ii. ! !li i-f V, i' Ni-lli- Hu: I, ü.i- w:V i.f 1!. M. II . i!, a r . 1 1 1 r v. I:m ' limiy. fully c! ."i -el l'i'iiliil in ti a l.ü!" mi íyoM h:(!; i Vi .i" slri'i I 1' : 1 i ::i) y; r.l: I'i r; n : , ' Ir.f w ni',, n di ll a ral it.. I ! :l'i i li ' - li. ri! s t In I'm i-i-.' Un I .- i if iiiMir.' nil li' r lliuly. ',.' i:i:;i-.',i1 f-üt '!! i'f di" (;:-: i- íiii'l II, ' ili'iT v. as .u'iir-il i M lli' ni;(--iili- t'.v a jia.l- 1 l.if'u wliirh li:it I l i I' I'mIt.iI l. f"i'.' i :ili ;, i-M roi.1,1 In' i iVet,-,!. Dii!-c ( il.v tu Miit;'i!aiii Sl.,i!,r.iiu .Miisuiis-i-ii:ii', N. M ., I', li. -TIm' i-üti'i-liiiiinii'iit. f'-al ui'i-s fni' di" cal-1 ( l.-mi-n's cniiiiM 1 1 ! i ; t. March 7, S ais! have li"i-n ii-ac(.ii-:illy cn:ii,l, tc-l . muí lli" (-.iiiiiiuU, " 1:1 cliar," V"ls (lií-.l illias iiiilliiicil a ir,i.raiii...

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. — 4 March 1916

TIIí: CLAYTON XEYVS, MAIM II 1. lítlfi KTATK OK XKW MKXirn, County of rnlun, SS. Villana of Clayton. ' Clayton. New McsU-n, Maich 3. :ic. Th Hoard of TrtiMri n of tliu Vlkmc nf Clayton, New Mexico, inri in Murlnl mcetlnic In full confín -inii lili law nnrt ttie ordinnnccK and nil. of c.uil VtlllIU lit tliA Vllhii'.. Hull (m u .1,1 lili. ntic. I.cImk thr liiMilar i'l.n of Meil Itlif of Haiti Hoard, on l'll'la. Ih I 3rd day of Miiri'li. A. Ir. 1K. at I ' o'clock I". Al., lit which mcctim; th.cn : were irenl and armwf rin i; it roll' mil: , I Mayor, H. J. llainond, und Trust.. ... : Thou. II. Itlxcy, f. i'lt. i'ul l'.klmnl. i aluo orexriit Al. I!. .linio. Vilauo '! i k .! -iiirnt : . . . . J Tho folowlne; irn-t"-(linu'M. itiu-nn: other, were had mil taken, to-wlt: j Thereiii oti Truntoe Cari Kkluntl ia trodilred an ordinance, eolith d: "Ao'" irdlnaiu e tro'lilliiK fur tin- rnlliai; ami ' Vnholdln of the recular election fni ! ejéctlnif Ul.iKe ntllcclns and Trust., s Of Ihe Vlllaue of 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. — 4 March 1916

nak auvAuiuYii him. s:)vvsi wiv miY.uunvii :ihj. s:vvst wis :nivAV(iiiYH mix s:)si TUR CLAYTON NEWS. MVMII J. !)ir, ISAACS Tllh HARDWARE MAN ISAACS THE HARDWARE MV ISAACS THE HARDWARE 1 N y I u es x 'fi 7 es a: W3 ir u es a es X x U a es H x u BOLIPSB Pimps mork WATER EASTS LONGER Willi OI T REPAIRS i y - 11 ilYtfflij Simplicity and Durability 7 THESE AUK TIIK Jl AI.ITII'.S WHICH HAVE MADE THE ECLIPSE FAMOUS WHEREVER THE WIN It 15I.OWS. IT IS 151ILT ICR SERV ICE AND IT GIVES SERVICE. DA Al-'T'EIl DAY, YEAH IN AND YEAR OUT THE ECLIPSE IS ON THE .Kill. NO DIFFERENCE WHETHER THE WIND IS LIGHT OR HEAVY THE ECLIPSE DOES THE WORK. IT IS DIRECT CONNECTED TO THE PUMP WITHOUT THE USE OF GIEARS ANT) HAS THE FEWEST 1'OSSIIiLE NUMBER OF WEARING PARTS AND LASTS THE LONGEST WITHOUT REPAIRS. THE ECLIPSE ADJUSTS ITSELF AUTOMATICALLY TO VARYING WIND VELOCITIES AND IS THUS ENABLED TO WORK UNDER ALL POSSIBLE WEATHER CONDITIONS. AND. RUNNING UNDER ANY AM) ALL CONDITIONS, IT WILL PUMP MORE WATER, WEAR L...

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