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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 1 April 1916

join ':-ra r and mi less provoca-1 P. th- tic eral. j It is said thai Mr. Miera can i ; J THE CLAYTON -NEWS. SXTIRDAY, APRIL 1, 1916 Democratic Convention CONTINUED FROM FINST PAGE "That' board Inii I nmrn work to do," lio said, "limn Hiiy other board before or after, ami it did it. We mot every Monday iiifclil, nml every member was present, anl it- was that board which put hie town on nrash basis and established it- credit Ion? before Mr. Owens came to Clayton, or even thought of oniiiiiitf." Owens accepted tli correction in Km I (race ami stated mat he liai nol, nor iliil lie want tu, casi. -reilec-tion upon Mr. I'.hurlton, Mr. Spring, or Mr. Johnson, hut that he hail been so informed atiil wa.s filad to have hail the Dialler discussed ami settled. A. C. Miera brought Ihe conven tion back lo business by slating that it was not the purpose of tin: as sembly to draft up ancient history, but to place before the voters a tick et of Memocrats who would carry the election. "The records ...

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. — 1 April 1916

THE (.LUTON MAYS. SMI ROW. APIHL I. 1!)I8 niSINKSS KAUMI ItS The ilay wli.'ri tho farmer or stork raiser could conduct his business with enrrespondenre written on the wrapping paper (lint ram.' about Ins monthly supply of food, un, I write chocks on a fly sheet torn from a sure cure or spavin remedy Hlmn nae, has. passed with the hand corn planter and the free ranvo into the limbo of the past. The fanner of today is a business man and in no one particular is his buness better advertised than in his stationery. The letter beads, envelopes, bank checKs and oilier business forms ..f the farmer and stock raiser should be as well print ed as the same stationery oí a merchant or a hanker, Nuthinv creates a better impression with the prospective customer, or the mer cantile . establishment, or commis sion merchant than a well printed leterhead. The .News job depart ment is making a specialty of ni-inf- iw? of this character' and will pre pare copy and -v-cuto printm- of all kinds suitable ...

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. — 1 April 1916

Iim-PM in liit f or existí ni lennly . I. M i (in an inu ahh tholich u!i Hi ii lioM'i i jmlKimnt of mista Ue in ai I hoi iniirht JiaVb pli,n:.i ii- al" tli'- Sillín con- hi nre W ' a slil nu t on, ,ii-:t i son a ml am.ptf a poli, y of n -m t1 s 1 1 pa ra t ion ii mli-i lias iinthipu to ) with th. fu'.l ! i in l-i-i .-- i iM.iin j V. thn j 1. f. ml ! i . s 1 o 1 1 ; Mid jMMiee Of 1 hist as llorar neutrala, the rlfihta of neutrala or the trade of neutrala. Mr. I toot aaya that CerniAny doea tola. He falla to aay 7. d th. f..r-n oi s with i "l a 'i imlelimetl I. Ma neta IV of tin Theie m . r . M, t ill ploma t ie i i lit ;ei.t d h mu i i o!.a i lalel--la'-t.- ami temp.-i 1'orm is sneon.la! Form is a ia. t te f'irl Ami u hat Till: CLAYTON NEWS, SATl RDAY. APRIL 1, 1910 GLYNN ANSWERS ROOT'S t ISWCS Till: HVRDWARE SIN ISAACS THE HARDWARE MAN ISAACS THE IIIRIUYARE MAN 1 BO La PS B J. H PI MPS MORE WATER EASTS LONGER W IT II OI T REP MRS ATTITUDE TOWAR nmvi ivi:itvn or r.v vokk t tiiolds im...

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. — 1 April 1916

THI-: CLAYTON NICWS. SATI T.DAY. Al'UIL I." l: lli" GLYNN ANSWERS ROOT Cunt uiuoil fnuii (. - j H H Till : I'oiii;m. A F- rwitx So ,'; ..My Mien .Hhi'nl Iiiih l.-cn the ilotii-.-s' 1 i of tin1 Wilson 11 1 1 11 ( ri -istralit a ilint our pri i 1 t m are able lo flnii I w hn.phol for it fH:i utt. Out fnreikti policy the prominent leaders of tin- opposition li;ivf repeatedly en- dorscd mu hi-, tin pasl f i' w IllOlltllS 1u( now on i .'i- o i 1 tlon Hi y H'nl'1- ii I I'e llf 111 I ..usl nit. we glnill ntcepl. I n pr . -! I f I . -1 1 I 4.1 I Il y t mi n f unit , 1.. Tin li- i li 1 1 t M : 1 1 1 -r i t tiial ii nuil I'llk'C falr- liitndfd Aitiellfali public x 1 1 1 uphold tin- l.onora n1-. p.tiiii.tie ami liiKhli Am.r- i-'.-in I m 1 14 v u lilt a tli'' I ' non i i 1 it- par t I it piii.-uiil he -i t by thlh.-ult it s. In in percd ) i.e.! i 1 inns fur w 1 ii It till' I : I i J lil it : n -,l'l I1 I't s p" 1 1 '' 1 1 I anil II lit ii'i 1 . I' i I l ilis i. a i . . ,; I.. INlltlt ill S'liLl...

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. — 1 April 1916

t .i . t i, i t i m . .-i -liil iiAV. Aé imL I, litlii VV IJj ILa ILi- News of Union County Towns VALLEY MEW (Stead! (.renville DRILLING New Machine and an Old Driller. 1 (uarantce Results. Water is a Ne cessity and I (iuarantee to Get it. Prices on Application W. r. HAM, CLAYTON, X. M. Phono 171 Lakeside Line PROFESSIONAL And BUSINESS DIRECT ORY Of Union County HILL BROTHERS TRANSFER, LIVERY, 8TOR ACiE AND CONTINEN TAL OIL. CLAYTON, X. M. OK. i. C. SLACK rilYSH'IA.N AMI S( lil.HIIV SiirrlnllMt In llraeii f Women Hnura 9 to 11 a. m. 1! to 4 p. m. I'lluNl-J 61 CLAVTdN LOW. V. FOX For Sixteen years IteslKter of the I'nitcil Suites Lund Uf flre sit Cl:iyton. N. .M. i:m;hai. i.wii ritACiKi: Kntrle, Contest.", r.nd Filial l'roois. l'lats uní Abstracts Promptly Att;mlttl to. 8TATB LAM) SKIJOCTIoNS A SI'l-X'IA LTV Offifei Nntlimiil llnnk llullilliiic WHEN IN TOWN (ii) to the l'l'LLMAX CUE For a Square Meal Jack Wriclimiin Proprietor If. B. Wouilwnnl K. . Ulue WOODWARD A. BLUE i Attorar) an...

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. — 1 April 1916

léu; L.YIl M US. STl-AY. AI'HIL 1. IflKJ Attr-ntion, llunirstrnilrrs All : advertising in tlii paper i. read und corrected ac cording In copy, lead y(,iir ad, and if an errur i found liow over sliuli. notify us at once SOTICK FOR ri'IlMCATIO Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Ollloe at Clnyton, New Mexico, Febru ary 26, 1916. Notice Is hereby Riven that Thur man H. Seaman, guardian for HetBy H. Thomas, insane widow of James A. Thomas, deceased, of Clnyton. New Mexico, who, on February 23, 1910 made Homestead application, Serial No. 0105S2. for SW1-4. Section 26. Township 27 N., Range 30 11. N. M. P. Meridian, 'has filed notice or intention to make five year Proof, to establish clnlm to the land above described, before Edw. W. Fox, U. S. Commissioner, at his of fice, at Clayton. New Mexico, on the 11th day of April. 1916. Claimant names as witnesses: James A .Whipple. Daniel ) .Waters, Johnson C. Fnrrls. John C. Smith, all of Clayton, N. M , It l. No. 1. x-llx4- Pax Yalverde, Reg...

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. — 1 April 1916

Tin: ( LUTox m:u's. sati may. Armi. i, imo 1 f LOW PRICE MA K E R S OMNSON MERCANTIL QUALITY STORE ILi COMPANY inimiiiM. loit mi. iimu:. Miimiuv; to i:at am wkah 1(n OTTO L J f : M a rx Made! ROUSE nülfiiÜTlHüli'iiil'lüil h .1 U ' ii Viii;.' T HE "Wunder Waist-Band" ; is still an important, if not the most import ant, single point in the ; construction of men's trousers of to-day, and, since MARX-MADE Trousers are the only trousers that have the 'Wunder Waist-Band' Those are naturally the trousers we pre- ; sent for your attention. We show these in all the new models and in all the new patterns They are fit for any ; man to wear and we can fit any man. Be . sure to look here be fore buying. SUITS We have also just received our Spring Stock ; of Kirchbaum Suits for Men and Young Men : in the latest styles materials and colors- Prices I $ 15.00 to $ 25.00 SHIRT BARGAINS Next week we will have on Special Sale about I 1 50 Men's Dress Shirts, they come in soft collars attatched and deta...

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. — 8 April 1916

r? DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITTZEXS1IIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOTXME IX. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 191G NO. 13 mm f RÍXEY MR BY 3 VOTES: "CITIZEHS'ELEGTTRÜSTEES Democrats Elect Mayor; So-Called "Ciliens" Ticket Carries Four Trustees: Independents Both Wilt III cue of tin; most holly contest ed town elections ever held in Clay ton, T. H. IUxey, Democrat, was elected mayor, II. C. McFadden, In dependent, was elected trisurer, V It. Jones, Independent, clerk, and Carl Eklunil. Christian Otto, F. C. de Baca and Morris HorzsteirL Citizens, were elected trustees. Early in the day the race center ed about the two candidates for mayor, and while the candidates for trustee on either side were busily engaged in soliciting the suporl of the voters, they yet found time to advance the cause of the respective heads of the tickets, witli the result that, when the votes were counted it was found Hint Mr. IUxey had beaten Mr. Hammond by the slight majoVity of th...

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. — 8 April 1916

Í'aaaroswiugiVj :' ";rsgr r.-r,: . ... - - ,- r. -rv : r r.r,''.-, -' i iisssisnima n - -f :il i, 1 if. ' V. " O" ' - 1 -I THE tLAlIUM NEWS, ATVMIAV, ANUI. 8, 1ÍI1G. GLYM ANSWERS ROOT'S ATTACK ON WILSON'S ATTITUDE TOWARD WAR L Jri'-SC W !- ' H nontinuril from last week lie will liml thnt before the Amrrl chii colonics ilrew the pistol they "warneil," "remlndon1," "apiteiilefl" and "conjurn!" tin- KritlBh government to disavow the usurpation of which they romplaineil. Then ns now a race of free men rlalmeil the rlKht to he pa tient, ami now ns then a rare of free men will not falter In a final appeal to arms should their patience he exhaust ed and all other means of averting their rights he In vain. An a nation we deprecate the waste, the horror, the unreason of war, because we are mast ers of our own dentlny. We do not de sire to seek that destiny, unless we must, over the horiivs of our youth and the tears and lamentations of deso lated homes. Because each American Knows that his c...

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. — 8 April 1916

TriíÉT.LÍTOTt.i S. SAlllUíAY. H'IUL 8, 1916. 1LYNN ANSWERS ROOT'S ATTACK 0 N ATTITUDE TOWARD WAR -pKKsmrcxT wiLsovs mi:ic policy ns iu:i; iiohn of thi: IUXIKF TI1T NO PKIOIWCV IN (iOYIUNMIAT COUJ RK SK- i hi:i i mi:xi :o on in any otiifji amkhh.w kkimiilh: SO LON(; AS THIS .OYi;HMi: T WAS HKAOY TO IU ( U(. Nl.i: ANY lUAOIA IIONIST WHO HAD CONTIUH' ContinuiM. fruin ptvr.'dmir Pop1 f , ; 1m It Mr. Itoot'R oonnitlon of Amor-' lean honor that we Bhould n snort that honor by athlinu to universal misery'.' In It his ifi that our national duty 1m to make no allowance for the naked passions and despera te needs of the white-heat conflict that now 1 tutamen and distorts the reason and humanity of Kuropc'.' Surely, It Is not the part of American honor to shut our eyes to the Bit nation of those with whom we are dealing. Surely, President AVilson hn8 been true to the highest ideals of America in prolonging negotiations un til h people Impassioned by war should have time and opportunity to pass...

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. — 8 April 1916

THE CLAYTON NEWS OKKHUI, P4TKII OK ISIO COI STY FIFKRTOWJÍ ef CI..YTO III. I. MTIIKKS (IIKill) Editor aad omrr ONE UOLLAIl PEIl YEAR Knterert nn recoiel dim mutter Octo ber 2l. i:"!. lit the o:itolll-e lit (.'lay ton, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3. 179. Sal unlay, April 8, 1ÍMI! The Snooze Every knock against Itraiideis is a boost for the ieopi'. Tin; only t Ik i i iK we larked in Tues day's eleetion was votes we hail the light. Conscious in our position of right, and considering our own good opin ion above that of every other man, we have no excuses to offer nor apol ogies to make. Facts arc tangible things and misunderstandings the natural hcritaue of all men. In our opinion Italph Ely is buek iiiK a braced game. The old guard if. o. ji. gang have no use for Ely un til after the old guard is nominated. Then Ely and his purity dope are called upon to elect the old gang. To bis discredit it must be said that Mr. Ely stands the gaff. How long. Oh Lord, how long? Holm I'.ursum ...

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 April 1916

S"iTTTlT7T V Goodman Shoes (lilldrrns, Size 3 to 8 1-2 5)0 cents Ludir, Sio 2 1-2 to S $1.00 Children Gingham Dresses 45, 65 and 75 cents U 1 LAV CLAYTON'S ONLY READY-TO-WEAR STORE I PAY POSTAGE ON ORDERS CLAYTON' NEW MEXICO SATURDAY, APIUL 8. 1!H. I MEET MAIL ORDER PRICES U T7T7TT37n 77o N K&kíú PRDN(G OPENDNG APIRQL H 2 ANO H 3 Dorothy Dodd Shoes for La- rw Waists Mens Hats Caps ,h's $1 up to $6 $3.00 to $3.50 40r and 7.1c $3.00 to $6.00 Bon Ton and Royal Woster Corsets Guranteed $1,25 up to $5.00 Hart, SrhalT- The Star II .t l'm,ips ,,vx Arrow Collars npp & M;rx Hose $3.0(1 2 for 25c Odd Pants : to $1.25 $C50 Ladies House Dresses 75e, $1.00, $1.25 C.hildrens' White Dresses 75c to $2.50 C.hildrens' White Under skirts 50c Ü III Ladies and Girls I will have on my opening days, the largest assortment of ladies Spring Coats ever shown in Clayton. This is the only opportun ity Clayton ladies have ever had to select their Suit from 45 to 50 Suits. Only one of a kind. Besides 25 ...

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 April 1916

1 - 1 1 --j-? r . . - -- J-. - THE CLAYTON NEWS. SATURDAY, APRIL 9. Ifllfi. News of Union County Towns 1 1 M W PERSONAL ; , !l Ji T Grcmllle Mariiucritr Valley is- The l"ri. Nelson. Sulivant and Mills attended to business in the county seat Mnl;iy. Mr. Douglas, and riiiil-, of Trin- j idad. arrived in Orcnvlllc, Sunday, ami went to (heir claim, east, oí here : and where they will inakt- their j home in tin' future. Mr. lleadly, of Staunton, will move to i:i!iyton soon anil make his home in tin; county seat. He has purchased a wagon-yard in Clay ton and will give it liH personal at tention. Mrs. W. II Justice returned, last week, from Texas. She says she has returned to flay Little Dorothy Allen l'.ranson, of lies Moines, has been visiting tier grandparents Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Light, during tlie past week Aubrie Ailanis and Lee Hidling, of Dalharl, Texas, nave uimi, , i . ishifífí Ux(t ,...,.(,., work on residence on men- n;nnn i '"" m I Valley, this week. Fay and Lenore P.rauson, ot ...

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. — 8 April 1916

It - t r-i .11.,: .JJ.-.rrf f ,( "V. THK (LUTON NF.WK. SATlRnAY, APRIL 8, ISI6. 9Z '"VT --A-i GLASSES and GLASSES Sume people seem to (liink that if they only wear (htsses it will 1)0 ali'ivrl 1 1 with Iheir ryes. There would be just as much sense in prescribing the sanie medicine for every disease. We Give an Examination Thut lpin Lrae o Deferí l'iiilísrovercd. DR. D. W. HAYDQN Satisfaction Guaranteed New .Mission Duilding Clayton. IN. A. The Belter Way Pay as you go and save a little on every pur chase. LLAYTON CASH STORK For KKKSII GROCERIES BEST BIIEAI) IN TOWN 3 LOAVES FOR 25c U'iick Delivery FINK FLOFR, evvl H1IA.N AM) CHOPS TRY IIONOP.HLTI.T ,01 It SHOES' CLAYTON CASH STORE Phone Ihl .1. C. CAI. DW ELL. Mtjr. Hiul Has 'Em In Stock hut Can't Keep 'em There i 1 The lti( Business Typewriter 1 J V ", i -r-'-....:.;;Tiwfc.. . . , . THE CLAYTON MEAT MARKET JOHN SPUING, Prop. Fresh and Salted Mtntv, Fruits and Provisions. Fisli and Oysters in Season. TELEPHONE NO. 8.5. STUDY IT FROM...

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. — 8 April 1916

Ihe '-.iv-neiii r '"i lal'in -i-s eivliy men who raí-)- egg I Till" CLAYTON NFWS. SATl'ROAY, APRIL , 1M6. why (incus dm: TIIK SIIKLL IN THE NEWS WEEKLY FARM PAGE SOMK INTI.IU:STING FACTS ABOl'T EiiC.S Each year during and after tin? hatching season thousands (if incu bator operator arc confronted with the problem. "Why fl chicks die in Un- shell?',' 'l liis is nut only llic in variable complaint and stumbling block of Ho- novice, f.i-ii experi enced iiiuII i yni' ti an' thu sernms ly handicapped. I.cad.ng authori ties tell us that lli- germ ilii-s in the shell for IId- following .-) his: "Ueneral lark of i(-'or. "Weak, iiunialiii-) parent stork." "I'sing eges breeders, from egg production i i 1 1 M 1 1 rea- institutional ami disi-asi'il moisture lo eggs wiicn about lo hatch by sprinkling liii-in. or steam ing tin-in. or covering them with a damp chilli, or giving tln-in a bath in lukewarm water: Again, eggs exposed to direct draffs ior two or till-)')' weeks, either Willi)' peina he...

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. — 8 April 1916

.1 . :"" " ; " " ' ---J" " itifc. l.L.IO. M US, SAlMiDAY, Al ' " i ' -i. '''i ,it I FIRST CLASS DEALERS pverywhere TOM GRAY LUMBER.COMPANY Let Us Figure With You Sagh Lumber Shingle a ways ready to figure well as large ones, our Lath The grade you Roofing Phone 158 THE EKLUND HOTEL Steam Heated and Electric Lighted Rooms, 75c to $1.50 Meals, 25c to 50c COAL NIGGER HEAD. NlT AND LUMP. AUTOMOILE SERVICE EKLUND HOTEL RANCH ANO IRRIGATION CO Clayton, IN. W. the labgest sum: factoiiy i the coi -niY makes less than oxe-i ohtieth of tiii: entibe shoe oitpit, bi t the fobd motoit c ompany 111 1lds hi.f of all the al tomobiles .ma he in a.meiuca. this yol l me is xecessahy to si pply the demands of people yvho abe lookinc. fob econo my at a loy cost. get yol 'us today! uinvboit wm); touung cab síio; coi pe- LET :m TOWN CAB Sliid; SEDAN STÍ0. ALL PHICFS F. O. II. DETUOIT ON SUE AT I i I FORD MOTOR . Allot U'ikof, stai-nt .... rt' ía , ' I moil inn nrnpniiii I I f.lí Tí-í... I '.,!:í.ív: 'v .-...

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. — 8 April 1916

W V'' i hi, tLii iu .nls, bin mAri'ímníriír Attention. Ilomrstciiilrnt All :nl it'. Wiik in lliis p!inT is p'ail nul ci-rn-ct'-il tic cnniipy I" ropy. Ilrml your lid. uní if ni i rror is round Imw cmt slulit. inilir iw lit !! Minn: ron pi inn' i i I . i.i.rttn. nt of the Interior, I.'. S. Kami will offer nt ulllc rile, to the hlahest liliMer, hut at not 1ms thnn $ ITS per Here, nt 10 o'eiouk n. m on the lith dny of May, 11. next, nt till" office, the follotvlim trmt of luml: NW1-4 Hrt 1-1 Sec. 21 T. 2 N., H. 3.!K., S. M. V. ,M. Thl tract I ordered Into the market on the hIiowIii'c that the Kreiit--r portion" thereof If niountainouH or too rotiKli for cultivation. The mile will not lie kept open, but will lie declared cloned when those prevent nt the hour named have ceas ed hldilliiK. The person inaklnR the hltihest hid will he required to linmed intely pay to the lie. elver the amount l Hill e at 'l.i.i I nil. New .Mexico. .Man n J", l-.il1. I ihi ri of. Ni.ti.e In lien l.v i ven th...

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. — 8 April 1916

(LWID.V KUS, SAIliUlAY, Al'ltlL ; 1!I1G. Attrnt'.on, Homesteaders All Wal advertising in this paper is read and corrected ac cording to copy. Read your ad, and if an errtr U found how ever slight, notify us at once NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION- Department of the Interior, U. B. Land Office at Clayton, New Mexico, Febru ary 26, 1916. Notice In hereby given that Thur man H. Seaman, (tu.lr.llan for Betsy B. Thomas, Insane wl'low of James A. Thomas, deceased, of Clayton, New Mexico, who, on February 23, 1910 maile Homestead application. Serial No. 010582, for SVVl-4. Section 26, Township 27 N.. Range 6 E.. N. M. I. Meridian, han filed notice of Intention to make live year I'roof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Kdw. VV. Fox, V. S. Commissioner, at his of fice, at Clayton, New Mexico, on the 11th day of April.. 1016. Claimant names as witnesses: James A .Whipple. Daniel O .Waters. Johnson C. Karris, John C. Smith, all of Clayton. X. M., H .F. I. No. 1. 3-1 1x4-8 Tax Valv...

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. — 8 April 1916

T1IK CLAYTON NEWS. SATt'RDAY, AHUL Í fni6 LOW MA 3 01-111 IffiCMIL COMPANY W1 Q U AL1TY c t r n c i:ihviiiim. nm mi: iiomi:. I VI ItYI IIIMi l'O F.AT AMI WKAK GROCERY Department ui. mm. ki; i.i:s We (o (liaulv niir j friend . ;iii.I patrons iur I In- lil I I.'! 11(1 IliJ ill sup port i'ii 1 i 1 1 1 1 í 1 1 f ) up i Mir of III'1 ' ii'sn'sl nuil ill"' economi "I stems id' I'm ii I di..'i ihutioii in (in Stale ll'.r iiicIIkmIs hst I lie i i - t ii ii x It'i'i) K 1 1 j v v it lit lli! mercantile world. )ll '.ll ilC IIKIIICV if .MUI (j anticipate .M ill' Uilllls iiiil II II Mipplv of enfaldes from (In- Ol io - .loluison Mercantile Co. stores. Prices iii most i' ( r staple ill-Ill lil t' ad- i 1 1 i i 1 1 i utmost d.ii!. ftl.lU S Jliait 'ir. Pints Siuli'rd. illc He. Id-.-' M.lc i:m I.. ! iti. kki.kiiii s I llrii can-. No. " ran. clii line j In lil. IT I -IV ;;!-!NS .'! ( nm ii. . apnr.llril. per IVrinl. ... . lile PUIPXMIt MISIUil) Miarls. . .'Illc l ('( III ir. . . ll)C III (Till sic. 7 ...

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. — 15 April 1916

fufú DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME IX. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATtTtDAY, APHIL 1, 191G NO. 16. f. L' CLAYTON PLANING iLL READY FOR QPEFATIQN Tho Clayton planing mill, which lias not yet been graced with a name, but will probably bo called the "Clayton Construction Company" will bo rady for operation about the 17th of the month, if the plans of the proprietors, Ed Hill and Dan Gayer are curried ou. This miM, when finished, will bo ono of the most completo in Now Mexico and will be the only ono on the Colorado & Southern between Trinidad and Amarillo, and when in operation, which will bo in a very few days, will turn out all kinds of mill work such as window and door frames, complete windows, doors, mouldings, beading, aash, baso boards and in fact, every thing necessary for interior finishing. The usual finishings called for by the local i market will be kept in stock and the mill will be prepared to execute any special ord...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
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