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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 18 March 1916

THE CLAYTON NEWS, SATl HI) AY. MARCH IS, 19)6 V- GOOD WORK 10 lLilLá TO P3 N CLAYTON, N. $35,000 M SCHOOL BONDS I will have at Carson,s Feed Yard, in Clayton, on Mbnday .March 20th, a Car load of good work Mules, all three year olds and broken. I will sell cn eight months credit on approved security. Five per cent discount for cash. Sealed bids will bo received by l.lio undersigned until four o'clock p. in., April is, iiio, lor mo pur chase, or $.'15,000 5 1-2 per cent 30 year School Bonds of the Board of Education of the Village of Clay Ion, N.M., dated Feb. 15., 1910, prin cipal and semi-annual interest pay able in New York, denomination ffQQ bonds redeemable at the option of the Hoard after ten years from date. No bills will he entertained which ..i..:.. i:,:..., 4. n.n l .. I voiiluki niiy couiiiuou 1 iu i.,nj "- I jgality of said bonds, or otherwiseJ and must be accompanied by a cer-! tilled check of &i,r00.00, payable to, (he order of the undersigned. i NKSTOIl C. de HA CC...

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. — 18 March 1916

THE CLAYTON XLYVS. SA TI UPAY, MARCH IS, 1016 t0 . .V: ' 3.ihl i é&'hv -pure:, :- AMD V '4,1. HhV 'I. Ul Mi 7, v.,vi, '?',- i- , , - - . XW-,A!i' ANO 7;f í i ill 1 KENTUCKY C15T1LLIRS J vKutJ&Ai(,vC' .. .A ;. i.o..ait, r 'uMt fa FIRST CLASS DEALERS jEverywhere Lumber TOM GRAY LUMBER COMPANY Let Us Figure With You Sash Shingles A ways ready to figure small hills as l)ou" well as larye ones, our time is yours. Lath Mouldings The grade you buy you get Roofing Phone I SS liOH BROW N, ,Mr. Fence l'ost THAT CLAYTON FLOUR OUIt HOME-MADE FLOUR Tin1 Uayton Milling Co., is now running full lime in;iinilai'tiiriii Tl C. IV Highest iiat.'iit, hard wheat Hour. 'I'll.' 'COItO.YV" High patent hard wheal Hour Tin- "PHINCKSS" Fancy patent hard wheat (lour Ami while vc aro making tin price low,' we guarantee the quali ty second to limn' shipped to Clayton by eastern competitors. Our guarantee is .stamped mi every sack, so you run no risk in buying i!, Call on your dealer fur it for they are a...

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. — 18 March 1916

THE ( LAYTON NEWS. SATl RDAY, MARCH IS, 1916 NEW I'EKICO GOVERNOR WANTS BORDER PROTECTED Asks War Drpurlmrnt Not t l-oa f Towns I'njjuardod: Offers State Troop Sania F. N. M., Marrli U. -'"-i rmr W. ('.. Mclxiiinlil. in a t-l-nr;in ni tin- ci'crcliiry of war tmliiy, aks that tin! ffd.M-al troops 1- not mov ed from tlu bonier in surli a way as lo 'Xpose towns near tin boinnlary line to attack and offered the serv ices of the stati' national mianl to protect them, if the federal i-'overn-incnt would provide for the tale troops' moliolizalion. The, (iovernor )ointi'd out that the stale was without funds to defray even the. expenses of inoboliation, to say nottdnK of tli-ir maiuteiiance and compensation. The telegram follows: "The Secretary of War, "War Kcpartment, "Washington, 1). ('.. "We have ellicient national miard of Ü1 ollicers, 77 enlisted men. ready for service on short notice. No appropriation by state sullicienl doing anythiiifi without assistance. If the federal novernment n...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 18 March 1916

Tin: CLAYTON NEWS, SATlTtUAY. MAHCII IS. 1916 .NOTICE FOR FIBI.ICATIOX NOTICE! FOR ri'DLICATIOX NOTHK FOR rilLHATIOI NOTICK OF C'OXTKST Attention, Homesteaders All legal advertising in this paper is reud and corrected ac cording l ropy. Head your hd. ami )T an error is found how ever slight, notify us at onco : ok contest I. 591 Department of the Interior. United States Land Office. Clnyton. New Mex ico. February 23, 1916. To A. Tom Co.x of De Moines, N. M., Cnntestee: You are hereby notified that Henry .1. Chnumnn who gives Valley, N. M., as his post-office address, did on Jan uary 20, Hie In this otllce. his duly cor roborated application, to content and ecure the cancellation of your Home stead Kntry No. Serial No. 011514 Made January 1. 19in, for Lots 1 2. NF. 1-4 NW1-4. NW1-4 NK1-4 Section SI, Township 31 N., Range 33 K.. N. M. 1'.. Meridian, and as grounds for his contest he nllcges that A. Tom Cox, has abandoned the said land alnce the Inception of the entry, that he has nev ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 18 March 1916

the :laytox news. S ATI iiday, MAItCIl IS, 1D1C ' 1 f LOW PRICE BOTTO-JOHSOriHEC Q U A LIT Y STORE M A K E Id COMPANY i:iitv hum. 1011 the home. i: KHYTlllfi TO EAT AM) YEAII 7 r , : v (1 A- New Spring Wash Goods ON EXHIBITION THIS WEEK Never were the assortments so good as they are this Season in this department. Embroidered Doilies Very dainty and Sheer Silk Doilies in attract- -ive Embroiderd effects, price 35c a yard. Striped Tissue Ginghams In very pretty Novelty Stripes, big assortment of colors at 25 cents per yard. Lawns Good firm quality in a big assortment of new , and pretty patterns at 1 5 cents a yard. New Laces, Trimmings, Edges and oilier thiags for Milady's Easter Toilet A new line of Valencienes and German Val Laces in new patterns, at 5 to 1 5c per yard. Linen Larchow Edges and Insertions to match 8 to 1 5 cents per yard. St. Gall edges in White and Ecru, 15 to 25 cents a yard. New Gold edges 4 to 6 inches wide and Silk Net and Gold Edges, 45 to 60 cents a yard. CO...

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. — 25 March 1916

mm DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOI.L MK IX. CLAYTON. NF.W MEXICO. SATURDAY. MARCH 23 191G NO. 13. -"i A. 1' '. . V KMTNEZ SUCCUMBS AFTER E Well-Known Statesman nuil Finan ilcr and One of Southwrst's Most .Mill Citizens Kl Paso, March 22. 1-Vlix Marlin i7, uní' df tin' weiinliiesl anil must prominent citizens ot i'.I I'aso, died at liis home in the city at i :2(l o'clock this afternoon after an illness if about a week from pneumonia. Tin! conililiiui of Mr. Martinez be came critical during the day Tues day, anil physicians lield out little hope for his recovery. His death this nfternoon, while sudden, was not. unexpected in view of the de velopments in the progress of the disease. The funeral was held in I'.I Paso Friday. Had Disliiijiuisliei! Career The death of Felix Mai'tine. re moves from the stage of life one of the really noted (inures of the south west and one who has played a con spicuous part in the development of this se...

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. — 25 March 1916

tfcSY CREA. I,V . ', -é J-B - I 1 1 yj .;.L.-.,--..X A 3 8:: :-.V--,r. l,'v I- THE CLAYTON NEWS, KATfHDAV, MAHCII 25, WE How To Acquire State Lands 3 La U DRILLING New Machino and an Old Driller. I The News in publishing the fol lowing nummary of "How to Acquire State, Lands" believes il will prove worth several times its weight In gold to many of our readers. This information was compiled by II. 1. .a'Mi'u, Male Land Commissioner. I The .News plans to put the nccom- land is required, on the day of such purchase, to pay four per cent per annum, interest, one year in advance on all deferred payments on the land and one-tenth of the purchase price. If another than the original appli cant for the laud should be the pur chaser, then the money deposited Guarantee Results. Water is a Ne cessity and I Guarantee to Oct it. Trices on Application W. F. HAM, CLAYTON, X. M. Phono 171 Lakeside Line PROFESSIONAL And MJSINESS DIRECT ORY Of Union County HILL IlilOTHKItS TKANSFEK, LIVErtY. STOR AUB ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 25 March 1916

lamín w ants to see you ! Or. A. E. liroiscr of Amistad, was in the city the tirst of tho week THE CLAYTON NEWS. SATURDAY. MARCH 23 1916 The Better Way Pay as you 00 and save a little on every piir-cha.se. clayton cash store For fresh groceries best bread ix towx 3 LOAVES FOR 25c Uuick Delivery FINK FLOl'n, cvvt Stó mux ami chops THY out iioxohihtlt shoes CLAYTON CASHT STORE Phone 1G1 J. C. CALDWELL, Mgr. ontainoil throtiRh the okt staiili-Tu-d m r. SWIFT él CO." nrti beinic nukklr bought by Manufacturers. m &nd a model or sketi hos nr d deerrn -t iti of your invention for FREE SEARCH and rvKrt on atentabitity o (jut pat ents or no feo. Write for our fnx Uxk of 8U0 needed inventions. D, SWIFT & CO, Patent Lawyers, tsiao. ibu. 4.0U oeveiilil 01.. wuaiiiiiyiuii, u. v. MORE OF THE SAME (Apologies to Montague) Tho dear G. 0. P. In this tato of tho free Wo aro told has men equal o nil; And yet, il seems queer We quito seldom hear But of Catron and Human and Fall. Sure, they went ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 25 March 1916

THE CLAYTON NEWS, SATl'RDAV, MARCH 25, 191(5 THE CLAYTON NEWS OFI11HI, IMPKR OF I WIO COlTY PtPKKTOWÜ f fl.AYTOtt CHAM. P. SITIIKB9 (HIGH) Kdllor l)nr ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Kntered nil ircoml etnas matter Octo ber 2. 1 . ot the pontoflli'e nt Clay ton, Nw Mexleo, umler the Act of March J. 1S79. Saturtla.v, March 25, in Hi Wo wish to compliment llio Haca County Democrat, published at Springfield, Colorailo, on its greatly improved appearance. The Demo crat lias had a hard struggle against preed and graft, but at last is com ing into iti own. In the death of Hon. Felix Martin ez New Mexico has lost one of her greatest riti.ens, and one that she could ill afford to lose. He was one of the very few great men of the Southwest. His loss will be fell by the entire people. The Clayton Civic League at a meeting last evening, nominated, or rather recommended for nomina tion by other parties or meetings, a municipal ticket. We consider the ticket a good one. It is non-partisan in its make-up and...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 25 March 1916

HE BARGAIN STORE NEW Royal Woster Corsels $1.25 Bon Ton Corset $3.50 A.WI.EKLY PI Hl.K.ATION OK STORE NEWS By Simon Herzstein WE PAY POST ACE ON ORDERS CLYTOY ,KV MEXICO SU l ltDAY. i H( II 25, Pllli WE MEET MUL NRDEIt PRICES rrn Ladies Sport Coats One more week if the big sal',' of ladies Hart-Selialiier t Marx sport coats. 1 have only twenty-live Iffl. This will be tin' last week, i hily $1.03 for a S10 niul SI 2 to.it. Oulv SI.Ü5 Each March Twenty-first was the First Day of Spring Ladies New Spring Suits I hiivi' on hanil now tin largest as sortment of Indies now spring suits and coat over shown in Clayton. Suits from 87.50 to $27.50 Spring Emits from Si.50 to S 12.50 Ladies House Dresses Belter than mail order prices on house dresses. !ooil gingham dress es 75ct. Excellent dresses, nicely trimmed, $1.00. cíuaranteed color gingham, $1.25. Oinsham Aprons, only 50 rents, SHOES Men, Women and Children I liu the stock to select from, the style ami above til the tpiality and the price...

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. — 25 March 1916

TI TE fAAYTíVN MUS, SUIRIUY, MARCH 2 WW n I) I: Tin: iiorsK of excixsiyk fkatihi- moss ON ri.AYTOYS MU PH.Tim:. THIS IMCTl'RK WAS Mlti: l ÍLAYTOY IT SHOWS YOU ALL HC.KXKS OF 1NTIIUXT, TKI; IN TI IK III SIXKSS DISTRICT AND SI A I.IUL lU.OtKS OF 11 IK HKSIDKM K DIS TRICT i i:ti in(; AM ONO HKM.S AND I.KONARD IIKR.STKIN On The Sume Heel "I in-: FATAL riA'NCi:" A STORY Ol Ml K ANO I.OK IN TDK COI.DKN WKSI I FAIT r.INÍi III J.I .N IIXMILION AND I RVNK NACCAHATO T HIS I'll. TUSK WAS MXDK IN TRINIDAD, RY TIIK ( . .1. RAIIO MOTION I'lCI l RIO COMPANY ON TIIK sami: riWK.lt AM MISS NANSKN IN IIKR CKLMIRATKD SFCCKSS. "Till: SON(i OF IIATK."' roYVFRFFL WILLIAM 1 OX PRODI CTION IN 6 PARTS THIS IS ONK OF TIIK RLST AIUKTIKS KVKI PRK SI.NTFD TIIK Pl'RLIC FOR A ONK NIGHTS SHOW ADMISSION "e A; 10c WATCH I OR DATKS ON SOMK KHi PICTl RKS. AND COMINO Y Al DKYILLK ACTS COMING, MARCH .UHh. ' THK Jl'iiCKHN'AL'T." THIS IS ONK OF TIIK CRKVIKST PLAYS TIIK YITAGR PH COMPANY IAKR PRODK FD. ADMISSION PRICKS ARK ...

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. — 25 March 1916

TUR l.TO M.WS. S l l Itl) W. IMU:l 25. I')lt! Most Powerful Ship ..Named New Mexico ' ' Nt'w Mexico lias more rau$o fur rejoicing that Hon. A. A. Jones, of 'f.ns -Yegus", i First Assistant Secre V.a,'S" xtt.lhg Interior," anti' that in him .11k; stain has one representative at W-ashingUm. While , our senators and congressman slept or were bus ily jiiiRoitin "about the Mexican sit uation, Mr. Jones put busy ami jr- vailed upon the Secretary of the .Navy to name the newest and great est battleship in honor of the stale. The . following correspondence is sefl-explanatory, and shows -that Mr. Jones never lets an opportuni ty pass to be of servir" to New Mexico. DEPAIITUKNT OE TIIK IYH.HIOK Office of First Assistant Secretary Washington, Marzo l.t, l'.lf. Hon. Josephus Daniels, Secretary of the Navy, Washington, March 1.1, UMiS. My dear Mr. Secretary: I understand that you expect to begin in a short time the cnnslruc . tion of a new battleship of the dreadnaiiRht. class. I respectfully s...

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. — 25 March 1916

-1 T1ÍE CLA-""V ' -rtp o v mnrn 11 m T TIIF. ClAVTAN NEWS. ivVTtTRDA, HVVM i Í V J Y : ! .. . . mi Mi ni iiomriwaarrs j ; , -is read and corrected ac- i lo ropy. Ilond your ad, 11 ..11 i rror is fom;d l:nw- .i;..i.i ,...i:r.. .... ..i .... I 1 nir.iii, lining 11 ui I'lict; V'iIK'K Kllll IM 1ILICATIOM '. rliiii.nl of the Interior, U. 8. Land 'dice nt Clayton. N. w .Mexico, Febru 1 y 26. 1!MS. Notice herpil' Riven that Thur 1 n II. Seaman, Kuurdinn for Uctsy B. T o. i1, Insane widow of James A. 1 c .is. il of Clayton. New w o. on brunry 2.1, 1910 made i .. . i 1 : i plication. Serial No. OIH5S2. for 8WI-I. Section 26. Township " V "mi" ?G :. N. M. I'. Meridian. . ..' :it ntlon to make i : i t.lolsh claim to t . j I d, before i:dw. : 1 i s'oner, at his of . . ion, ... w Mexico, on the - ' A, -ril, 1916. ' 'i. nt namci as witnesses: ' '' I ;" . I aniel l .XX' .-iters ' . Jo! n C. Smith, all of . ..I., r: .P. !. No. 1. ! Valverde. HcKister. ..il IC. HI C'lVTUST '. ."ill 4 in of the Inter...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 25 March 1916

THE CLAVTOX. NEWS, SVTIRI1AY, MARCH 23, 1916 $35,000 CLA1TON, N. M, SCHOOL BONDS Sealed bids will be received by ' the undersigned until four o'clock p. in., April 15, 191(5, for the pur chase of :E),000 5 1-2 per cent 30 year School Honds of the Hoard of Education of the Village of Clay ton, N.M, dated Feb. 15., lülrt, prin ripal and semi-annual interest pay able in New York, denomination .-"08 "bomls redeemable nt the option of (lie Hoard after tea years from date. No bids will bo entertained which contain nny condition as to tho le gality of said bonds, or otherwise, and must be accompanied by a cer tified check of 83,500.00, payable to the order of the undersigned. NESTOR C. do HACGA, Treasurer of Union County. 12-15 No. t?lt flepnrt of the Condition of tha --RT NATION AL BANK OF CLAYTON -nt Clayton. In the Suit of New Mexico, Ht the close of business cn March 7th 1916. nr.soiKCF.s loans and Discounts $ Overdraft . U. S. Bonds t IJ. 8. llonds deposited to se cure circulation, pa...

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. — 25 March 1916

Till: C LAYTON NF.WS. STI IUY, M MU II 2 i. 1910 1 f LOW PRICE i OTTO - JOHNSON IECAME Q U A LIT Y STORE M A K E C 0 MP A N Y i u itviinv. ion Tin: immii:. i:m:hytiiií; to i:at ami weak Do you prefer a front lace corset 7 Here's one which combines every feature you can wish for in a corset. K A H () Tito Live Model C ONSETS lliu'l. nr Iroul liicr ' sr. in s i , " f are " the thing " be cause they represent the best in the man ufacture of corsets. The values are won derful. The fit is per fect. They are com fortable because they are designed by wom en who are past masters at the art. When you shop, come in and see the new Kabos. Coats, Suits and Dresses Another shipment of Coats, Suits and Dresses just received. 'The Coats are all wool, Black , and White Plaids, imported Chinchilla, Taffeta and Corduroy. The latest models and shades. ' $ 6.50 to $ 15.00 The Suits are in Shepherd Checks, Wool Gab erdines and Poplins, french Serge, Serge and : Taffeta combinations. They are the very la...

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. — 1 April 1916

mm DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPfWILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME IX. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1910 NO. 11 Lobo King, Terror to Stockmen, Caughtl i Iteporter-N'ewii L'orrepoiiclcn'. ) V liatón. S. G. Gilkey, the Iledlliv or trapper and hunter, came in this morning from the lied River coun try with the prize catch of the sea son, the same being "Old Gray," the largo lobo wolf that has been prey ing on the cattle ranges of that sec tion for many years, mid w hich has been bunted and sought for by nu merous hunters and trappers lie cause of the price sei on the head of the old stock murderor.vMr. Gil key secured his catch n a No. 3 trap, and was somewhat surprised to find that at last he had captured the large lobo. The old fellow had marks indicating that he has been in the trap before, the toes of bis right front foot being missing.vThe pelt shows the wolf to be fully as large as has been represented, and is said to be one of the largest tak e...

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. — 1 April 1916

-i::. !i:J,:.Ti:,i!iJii.i!iii,íi,:uti;,,:i1;;:t;.:i!!!!,i;;!i;, :!!.i:;ia:ffli;::s:.-!:a:i:!.,;'!i :;: j:.: ..ni,;,!;1:::,:;,,.; i:::::i!r.tiH!: m in. a: II; (TU ION M,Uti, MIl HD-yCm-ML I;. BJNT DIFFICULT PROBLEMS toxican Expedition lias llehr.Maii.v I'nhpie Aihmtiirrs for I'nrle Sum's Aviators Field lleadipiarter, American Ex pedition, Colonia Iniblan, Chihua hua, March Si. (My Aeroplane to Columbus, X. M ., March M. The flrnt aero squadron of Hie I'niteil Slate army, in n week's service with Hrigadier General John .1. Per shing's expedition in Mexico, lias surmounted Hying problems more diltlciill than innft of those enrounl ered by Knropean mililary aviator?. Tin work hat Iteen done without thus far a really serious ai'cidenl. trie of the senior aviators said to day that only in the Alps are the European livers likely to encounter conditions paralleling those under which the American aviators now are workini:. The Mexican Hying service has been a unique adventures, successfully ...

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. — 1 April 1916

k i.i. i i. it I u ...:., Mil i.iAV." A iWI, I. litltl THE CLAYTON NEWS oi-ficmi, r trien ok i'mo.v ror.XTY OFKICm, I'MT.II TOW X of CI. A YTOX CHIS. I. M'THF.IM (HlfilH I'.dltfir i:id liYinrr ONE DoLLAIl PEH YEA ft Kntrrnl hh Kecoml cIuh matter Octo-l(-r 2fi. liiu'i, nt the poHtoltlie Ht Clay ton, New Mexico, under the Act of .March 3. 187!. Saturday, April I, 1!M About The Men On The Democratic Ticket T. II. Itixey I'. II. ilixey, Democratic candi date fur "mayor, is une of tin; sub stantial business, men of Clayton, mid a man who has the we II fa re ol" the community at. heart. He is a young man and sees the future of the city and his own future as one. Coming here Mime seven years iiiiu .Mr. Itixey has identified himself with every, progressive civiy niovc ment and has been first to donate, in time, money ami effort, his share 4i ii 1 more, where any ciic enter prise needed such service, lie is the business head of one of I'nion counly's strongest liuancial iiistitu tions, anil ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 1 April 1916

Tom Sliiinijlilus Henry Orarw, N. J-, March 1. Wliil.; lUickiiiK nomo iu'Wly invented lait that will make any fish leave liriny home, Tlioniii A. Kilison, who ütarletl for Florida unlay, tinusml long eiKiiih in his lu;mi atory last evening In remark: We're in for hi troulile in Mex ico, lint we'll blunder thru it. (Jermany will last one mure year and then will lie crushed. Kvery yournf buck in this country ought to be trained to be a soldier. I possession Hut you can't force preparedness on this country until 11 is too late. After the Kuropean war, prepar edness apitalion here will die out and then war with us will lie a walkover for some nation. This nation will llourish for a while, will reach its apes and then will deteriorate and die. All nations have risen and fallen. (Jermany is on the wane. Our turn will come. We've tint Ui wl more elllriency in this country. Nothing can hi' wast ed. Henry Ford will be my giii'st in Florida and I'm piing to convert him tii preparedness and we...

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. — 1 April 1916

THE BARGAIN STORE NEW W.L.Douglas Shoes 3 3.50 Hats made by John B. Stetson $3.50 A WKKKLY PUBLICATION OF STORK NEWS By Simon Herzstein WE PAY POSTAGE ON ORDERS CLAYTON' NEW MEXICO SATl RDAY. APBIL 1, 10IU WE MEET MAIL ORDEB PBICES 4 !" A r X 'f fl i . -- 1 H j(,U! r 11 M 1 ' ; 4 h IV i t 4! Copyright IlmrtS.-Ualfner t Ma 10 AND 15 DOLLAR SUITS This is my strong line of Suits. I guarantee to give you the best Suit money can buy for $ 10.00 AND $ 15.00 if t ü UUU LODGES (NO SOCIETIES Insure good attendance by keeping your meet ing night posted here Clayton Loduc No. 45, meets every Thursday nifilit nt I. O. O. F. Hall, in the Palmer Ulda. Visiting Ilrothers always wel come II. II. ERRETT, X. G. A. F. BE1SSERT, See. SOCIALIST PARTY OF AMERICA Clayton Local Meets at oftice of A. James Mc Donald Hrst and third Mon days of each month. MRS. J. M. DAVIS, Local Secretary. Visiting Contrails Welcome Could Hardly Do Her Work Housework is trying on health and strength. Women are as much in cli...

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