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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 April 1916

i THE CLAYTON NEWS. SVTIROAY, APKIL IS, 1!)I6 GLYNN ANSWERS ROOT'S ATTACK 0 N WILSON'S ATTITUDE TOWAR W HEN THE SHIP HE STATE IS ItHCKEI) AMI TOSSED HY AM.IIY W WES AMI IIOWI.IM; WIMIS THE I'ASSEM.EHS M AY EOSE TIIEIH IIEXHS BET THE C I'TAI Wll.l. KEEP HIS DWAR ill' U t I'.iinliniU'il from lt"l. wi'i'k, "TIhtp in no ri-apon li.iU-ver, Blr, to immune. If InjurlcH li:ive tie-en iloni; of tin- klml ! siri lu-il. tluit 11m Jovcriiimnt of M.-xlio Is unwilling to iniik.- dm- riilr-?H up on Imvlni; thnxt- fnJiirti'H ;ui.l -1 : i in s nr.-senttil to liir in tli- onliiniry cuuriM- of ifu-t-ful m-irnllii t Inns ; ntlll for l lll-SS tilt' lilSS!lU- Of KIH'll 11 ri solntion ns lias luill il. si rilicil, rtlliv;l.lit to a Iri laratloll of war. woulil ! to iin fai''" t i onllnarv li'niallil - tin- iI.iii.iimI V lllrll tt is the iltity of i-v.ry clvlliztil iiovrcr to m.iU' upon a frli'iiilly nation with threat that If tho il.-ni:ilnl Is not roiiipli'"' with loii" will he lISI-ll. Snipatl.y Willi t...

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. — 15 April 1916

BARGAIN STORE MEWS Men's Ties 25 ánd 50c New ones all the time Spurt Hats 75c to $2 New ones all the time Simon Herzstein Clayton's Only Ready-to- Wear Store 1 PAY POSTAGE ON OUDERS CLAVTOY NEW MEXICO SATI HOAY, APRIL IS, 131B 1 MEET MAIL OROER PRICES Hart-Schaffner & Marx The Spring! The Very Lü i est in Spring 'Varsity 55', All Wool and Silk, $25 Hart-Schaffner&Marx Business Suit, $25.00 $18.50 All Wool Worsted Suit, $18.50 H-S & Marx, all wool, Blue Serge, $18.50 $15.00 all wool .Blue Serge, $15.00 Style Show Is Just Commencing Just Arrived. Dutchess Pants- Ten cents a Button a Dollar a Rip Grey Striped Business Pants. $1.50 AU Wool Blue Serge, $5.00 " " Mixed Worsted $5.00 Skirts Silk, Wool, Cotton in Checks Brown, Blue and Grey. 75c to Men and Boy's Spring Caps. The Latest in Checks, Greys, Blues and Stripes 75c to $1.00 CojrvTitht lift Schtffntr fc Mr Headgear in Pearl, Grey and Brown John B. Stetson, Pacemaker, $4.50 John B. Stelson, Lawtón, $3.50 Genuine Panama, ...

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. — 15 April 1916

Till; CLAYTON NEWS. SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1916 Tí TT7 TT1 TT H j LOCAL MO PERSONAL - DRILLING Now Machine and an Old Driller. I (Murante; Results. Water is a Ne cessity and I Ouarantee l Oct it. Prices on Application W. F. HAM, CLAYTON, X. SI. Plionc 171 Lakeside Line PROFESSIONAL And BUSINESS DIRECT ORY Of Union County HILL BROTHERS TRANSFER. LIVERY, RTOR AOE AND CONTINEN TAL OIL. CLAYTON, X. SI. hit. A. C. SLACK I'lMSMHV AM "l H(,l'.l 9prrlnllNt In iUnrmmrn f nmrn Hours ! to 11 a. ni. i to I p. m. I'HONI-; CI CLAYTON low. v. i ox For Sixtirrn YVarn lU-KlHt.-r of tllf lliltiil Stati J.:iml Mi llie lit Clayton, N. .M. .i.m:iii. i.tMi riitinii; lOlltrlcH, ('(MltCHlM, nml Filial Proofs. J'latH ami Abstracts I'romiitly Attcnilcil tí. STATU J. AND SKI.MCTI' .'S A .SI'KCIAI.TY Oftli-rt ii(limnl Hunk lliiilillim WHEN IN town (D to till' ( pillmsncue i Fur a Square .Yk-al j lack Wcichmau Proprietor H. It. Wmulwnnl I'. O. lilut; j WOOUW ARII Itl.l I . j AttnrnrjN nnd (oiniNrUorpi nl l.iiw Til...

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. — 15 April 1916

THE CLAYTON NEWS. SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1916 WILSON "AMERICA FIRST" BUTTONS FREE 'lliis paper nas nriUTipi'il with Nalioiutl Monthly, the country's foremost Iipniorrat ic magii.int', to mail ton of the famous Wilson "America First" but tons fne and post paid to each of our subscribers who will svml us $l.o0 to renew their subscription to this pa per and ilo include a year's subscription to National Monthly. This is an extra spec ial oiler made only fur this important presidential year when Nation-ril Monthly will prove more attractive than ev er to its thousands of lU'intj cratir readers. National Month ly is edited by former Chairman Norman K. Mack of the Dem ocratic National Committee, one of the foremost editors of the country. The Wilson "Am erica I-'irsf' buttons are real beauties. They are in Ihe pa triotic red, white and blue. The words "America First-' in red, surrounding a picture, of President Wilson, in blue, all on a white background. This is the most popular button in the...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 April 1916

THE CLAYTON NEWS. SATURDAY. AriUL 13. 1918 GLYf-lN ANSWERS ROOT'S ATTACK 0 W Y ILSOiTS ATTITUDE TOWARD WAR WHEN THE SII1I OF STATE IS ItOCKEII AM) TOSSED HY ANGRY WAVES AND IKtWEING WINDS THE PASSENGERS MY LOSE THEIR IIEDS HIT THE (', I'T AIN WILE KEEP HIS Continued from ricccding I 'age' Hating decision and lighting rapidity. J ii the lust week of August, CM4, $Hiu,. )tfi8,3r'0 of emergency currency was Is sued under the Ahlrlrh-Vhrcl.iinl Art jih amended and made workable by the democratic iiilmlnlstratinn, nnd alto gether i.'i'.. t I l.'.'l f of stu h ctini'iny WaS I SMU.il. All of ii 1 1 : i M since llccll r.-t ir.'il. I'll the mot'hiim' Of I In- t 1 1 i t I of August, I'.'ll, tin- Sub-Tn asm y in tin- I'ily of Ncyv York was in position to Issue and lid Issue millions (if Hollars li f clilllg ency currency In l lie hanks of New York. Tln Siih-TrraMiiy was able to ilo this 1 .--: i use a demneratle ndinlnls tration hail the foresight ami iiitclll- ;ilin' to ship fr tin ity of W'a...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 April 1916

llL 15, 1916 ,t".ssdfsH MM fir I PLANTS FOU SALE THE MARKET PLACE WHEHE Bl'YFK AND SELLEU MEET IN THEIR OWN HOMES HATE, 1WOIU); 1 TIME; 1 CENT Flower and Yefletable Plants Ftr Homo Grown Tomatoo, Celery, News of Union County Towns & I .lll'l'lfS.. , A I I F vl ' 1 1 " 1 I Jfh jl'lanl, Sweet Potato Plants, see, J. M. Davis. IMnnl.s will he ready in time ' ALLEY' VIEW GUIAMELE ! to put out. Ci-tf (Stead) THE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY, Af CLAYTON MAItkET QUOTATIONS. Saturday, April 1.', I'IKi Produce. Eggs t; Butter I.. 2.'. Cream 31 Poultry. Hens 10 Hoosl.ors . Wheat Macaroni, ) hi. Ke Turkey lied, o HV Other (.ruins Corn, iu bulk cwt. Sl.no Corn, -while, in hulk cwt. 51.00 Corn, Snapped. ewl. .70 Sudan Grass Seed, owl. Sti to ss Maize, cwt. .7.1 Millet, cwt, $.10 to .LM Cano, cwt. .f.1 to .7.1 Beans, cwt. $i.no to s7.00 to exchange Good incoine property lo 1 r;n ! I'm' land. W'rile Cox '.'.'I, Tcvtino, 'levas. Adv. .)--- LIVE STOCK l'Olt SLE For Sale Fresh, -1-year old Jer sey. and ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 April 1916

3 0Ó1 ,0 NOT BEST BECAUSE BIGGEST BUT BIGGEST BECAUSE BEST OTTO-JOHNSON MERC. CO.-- The St, i t . . t ,,,,., ,,,..,.,- l "pV Mr3 Are Yon Prepar . ,., , FURBELOWS FOR THE EASTER DRESS White embroidered Organdie Collar and Cuff Sets, Embroidered Organdie Collars, fancy scalloped edge. Large Quaker Collars of white Organdie, new neck cords, Fancy Ribbons, etc. V. t MILADY'S EASTER FOOTWEAR The manufacturers are having trouble making deliveries on shoes, but we have a shipment of the famous Queen Quality low shoes in Transit, and will have them in before Easter. FOR MOTHER AND DAUGHTER ' Handsome spring suits and Coats in all the new materials and colors. Beautiful line of White Dresses in lawns, voiles and marquisettes, embroidered, lace and embroidery trimmed. New line of Chiffon Taffetas in black and part shades. Beautiful line of Georgette crepes, Crepe de Chine and Dress Chiffons. THE MESSAG1 Easter Sunday, April twenty oration of the crucifixion, it is It marks the time of the yea...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 April 1916

iri:''-i.;i:í;,.;:F,:p.-i;':,;7'i;; ;r r:.:Ta ma: m ;ci::.,,:ii;iiEt!i;,:;r.,:;i;:ii! :& i s::&z i' .',:.:i;':;ii;i,i;1:l;;n,,,í jísi vzj ,,. T:..rr-!Tf KE'iKX'Era ;::i:;,ui!L:rníi:i;::.V!H:'-:cr-."r:-i!;iu:í.i:; 'üíití. í::!:-!!;::-!:;:::;)"';:":::-!!:::!:;.:: ?-n:T""nir:!Trí'r-.T:.-t",i;'-i:-:rT:i!:ti:-:t;!'i,i:.-tf'L iore the Others Try To Imitate- WHY? NOT IlKST BI.CUSK RIGGKST Itl'T ISKHiKST niXAl SE RIOST :c::::T:!S;;;!ií:iiiiii;;!V'!::rii'':;i Briiii'iii':1!!;': red S3 IGE OF EASTER nty-third, is not alone a commem is the opening of the new season. í when everyone awakes to the ne ummer; when we cast off the old inter customs of dress and diet with warmer weather. lent of all of us denotes a new and the heavy diet needed through the ables and is replaced by the lighter, t spring vegetables and fruits and AhaYhas lain fallow through the le first gentle touch of the harrow jse cleaning; of home making; and antile company wishes its many bunty a glad Easter season and in...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 April 1916

TUR CLAYTON NEWS, SATl'RDAY, AIMUL 13, 1918 RECENT VICTORIES SHOW I DEMOCRATIC PROGRESS; Keren! Elrrthin Results Griitifylufl lo Stair Committee: Show Op portunity lit II. mil I i Sania IV. .V M., April IJ. Tin-! fiil ri al tests nf pnliliral stri'iilh in New MiAii-n llns j'i'ar have re- suited in 1 'iiU'cralii- irlnrb's. In, Hid municipal rli-rtimi- al Albu'iuer- pie uinl lt;tt"ii. which were l ni t fi ly . i onti'sti'.l, I l.'iiiiM i-alir mayors anil ( other city nllicnil- wi i'i' I M-1 I. aii'l 1 al (alliip I'i- inroads were mail'1 "li ' lli'pulilii an cnH-u!. 11m I i.-nmrral- l.-.i.i,nai In - Stale I iniiuci-al ic Cen ilrrliin: hvo i-r tlx- live l:-ii-t'-r ini'l In, I i'.miiiihíI tee, Saula New Un t"u tcs-tifM-. ami ili'f'-atinn a M'sire. April ' 1 i I . .,' .'N hi IioihI iue r-T iiniiiii-ipal pur- -l.ile I . eral ir T l I ' ' - i i - po-i'S. on tin- ti mind dial il un- Miitmn i-- hereby railed I" I' 1 1 1. 1 ,-:ill.-, P-1- ami iinn-4 aiy. at Ho- i:ity of .lbi!iuer.ue. Now In Ha...

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. — 15 April 1916

TITE CLAYTON NEWS. Vri TODAY, APRIL 15, 1916 Prince Albert will show you the real road to smoke-joy! Cnpyr.fl'M tt hr R.J. KnulilitiuüaccoCo. RINCE ALBERT was made to create tobacco content where it never existed before ! It per mits men to smoke all they want without getting a sore tongue, without any comeback but real tobacco enjoyment ! The patented process by which Prince Albert is made (and controlled exclusively by us) fixes that and cuts out bite and parch! the national joy smoke comes right to your taste fair and square ! And it will do for you what it has done for thousands of men make pipe or cigarette smoking the cheerful est of your pleasures ! Ptfnce Albert im to be had everywhere tobacco is Mold in toppy red bag; Sc ; tidy red tine, ÍOcf hand tome pound and half-pound fin humidor '-and in that ctamsy pound crystal-glass humidor with sponge-moi etener top that Steeps the tobacco in much fine shape always t I-'.I.I'.t TIO I'HIK I, II ATIOA AVI IK UK AS, on the Ulli day o...

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. — 15 April 1916

TIIK CLAYTON NEWS, SATI'RDAV, APRIL IS, 1916 THE CLAYTON NEWS nriH iti, ptrcn ok i miii rot sty okkm i t. ptrt.K row r 1. v r n . i, mtiii.ii (im.ui Idllor and innrr ONK K)LLAIl I'KIt YEAR l.ntereit An roml dimx limtwr ixto- t'lT IS. Ht till' l.miliittiii- lit I'lnv- ton, Now Mi-xkii, uniii r thf .d of Mureh :i. IsT'j. Saturday. April 1'.. KKI-.I' A-.OIV If )uu niril.i- :i tli'iin or low, Ki--i a-trolu'. If It luills ir If It sturniM, Kw i-uimi'. Tailt't liu iiki- nt mil "liini. W hi n tii- li-li . 1 ti t ir. li'" Unit vniir lii.i.K ami K.-ii u tixiii' K.'l i .l-Knili'. If tin- ni.illii-r Mils ynll' imiih, K'-i-li n-t-'nin'. W In-ii i.'i t iiii l.i. ft ."it tin' tup Ki . i .i -tnl n'. S .n-f tiu an- i.'il nf i i'iiv iliiii", 'littlll' lli'lc : I I :"' i-i'ilM.-. Till tin' nllil V'H :i. f.liin' 1'iiiiu Ki i M ;l-l;i'lli'. Win i. II ."l;s lil-i all Ki i i a -Kill"'. I 'lain tin i ill M f I' l. lir 1 1 K i-i p a -1 n; n'. ..-i.' tin- wil'l l.ilib' un tin' in. Hi ir I In- I.i lis ll:al ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 April 1916

r Till: CLAYTON NEWS. SUIRDAY. APRIL 15. 1SI6 Purchases Old Frvlcn Property H. C. FarbiT, local agent for the C & S lias purchased tho old Er vion property on tho north sido and will move inli it as soon as Iho al terations necessary to make it mod ern art; completed. Tlio considera ron asked and given for the proper ty was not made puhlic. 'school house and is busy selling out they have spent the past few trees and otherwise improving the, weeks. The trip to nnd from the properly. The house will bo reinod- resort was made in auto and all re eled and modernized and when the port a pleasant trip and time while alterations and improvements are! there. completed the home will be one of the pivtliest in the ctty. Will Improve Brtamnre Property John Atkins has pirchased the old ctamore properly just south of the Party Returns From Mineral Writs .Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wolford, Miss Ij-na Wolford, Kd I'tlerbaek and Mrs. I'lterback have returned from Mineral Wells, Tesas, where Mr. and Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 April 1916

'e,les,;iv ; ;-,t. Uterinum :k lion I ir Meet Willi Mrs. Fklund . Mrs. Carl Fklund will enler 'lie A riTin i Auction Club at home Het Til I M'si ,V aflellloll. STATU LA K II HKLKCTMHCS Tllfc CLAYTON NKWS i ITURDAY, APRIL 13, 1316 Feminine Easter Superstitions There are two Faster superstitions lo which even the plrls the this twentieth criitury still cliimr, wc loam from very good authority. Of course wc laugncd a little. So will yon. Rut just the same, while we wouldn't admit it, even (lie bijr Kest and bravest of us do not relish stepping in front of a funeral pro cession, walking under a ladder or meet inn a black cat face to fare on our way home from Indp. so the laiiKli may he on us. So with the Kaster pirl. She isn't the least hit supers! il ions, 1ml I'll whisper it she's puiik to wear a yellow carter on Kasler Sunday. Yes, that iiartieular Kill you're thinking of and nearly all (lie irls the world over. Hrcniise-- "A yellow Karler, That's for lurk; For luck and a lover true....

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 April 1916

T'.IK CLAYTON .NEWS. STl IJDAY, AIMUL 13, laifi At (nil ion, I Inmost cutlers All legal mlYtTlising in (his pnper is ivikI am ('(irroclcil ac cording lo copy. Ilt'ad your hi), and if an error is found how ever sIíkIiI, notify us at. once Vld'K K FOR PI Itl.K'ATION )cpnrtmeut of the Interior, U. 8. Lund Mice at Clayton, New Mexico. March 30, 1916. Notice la hereby given that lieorgo W. Davis, of Kenton. Oklahoma, who. n Ort. 13, 1011, made Homestead ap plication. No. in 41125, for Wl-2 SKI-4 and Sl-2 SW1-4, Section 29, Township SIN., Rnnge 3.". K., N. M. I'. Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make Jive year proof, to estatdish claim to the land above described, before Kdtv. W. Fox, 1'. S. Commissioner, at IiIh of iee, at Clayton, New Mexico, on the 11th day of May 1916. Clalmnnt minien as witnesses: Tom tilles. Alex Mackon.io, Herbert W. Davis. Jack Davis all of Kenton, Oklahoma. -S.vf.-f. Va Valverde. Register. MlTICK FOR PI III.K.'ATIoS Department of the Interior, t S. Land...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 15 April 1916

THE CLA1T0N NEWS. SATIUDAY. APIUL it 1916 1 f LOW PRICE AHFiP OTTO -JOHNSON IiEKAMI QUALITY S TORE MAKERS i COMPANY nvLRYTiu.Mr i on 1111: home. EVERYTHING TO EAT ANO WEAR THE HOME OF PRICE, QUAL ITY AND SER VICE THE Otto-Johnson Mercantile Company ansprye you the best from a standpoint of quality We have the superior knowledge, ob tamable only hy. long years of . actual service. Every item in The Otto-Johnson Store has a known value., It is a convenient, helthful and economi cal to purchase, your eatables and everything fór the home1 and farm from us. A Big Special in Primes- e have' about' 1500 pounds of good prunes left over from last year that we are going to sell at a sacrifice price 25 pound boxes at 75 cents 50 pound Boxes at $1 .50 Think of it only 3 cents a pound. Come in and inspect them. This amount will last only a few days and there will not be any more at these prices. Fancy New Crop of Bermuda Onions, Justin at f4 nts a pound. Fancy New Cabbage at 5 cents a pound. SYR...

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. — 22 April 1916

Pi 0JP DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME IX. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY". APRIL 22, MIG NO. 17 i M HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING When Completed Clayton High School Will He Best Equipped and Most Modern in State Regardless of where the new Un ion County High Schol will bo lo cated, wliicli at this writing is prob ;ihly as iiulcfiuitc as the where-jilnc.it.- of Villa, when it is Anally located and the. structure completed it, Vill bo one of the finest in the .tale of NVw Mexico. While not u large building it is to be conveniently arranged and is lil.inncd in such a nianer that it will inert the needs of Union county for years to come. The building will bo i07 by O'J feet, constructed of concrcule and brick. TIm- Inundation and walls of the basement, or rattier, half basement, ! will he of concrete and the super- I lior: structure will i f brick. The,. Mo; (lass of brick is Irte optional with ( tin- school imam ami n is pronamo i that a ...

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 April 1916

r"M-r. II N a ,:iv,.,h ,,M i , .. r-:i i " I THE CLAYTON NEWS, SATUU1AY, AI'IUE 22, 19 IG CALL FOR DEF.ÍGGRATIG COUNTY CONVENTION Pursuant to a rail from the Slate Headquarters ami by virtue of the authority vested in rue as Chairman of the Union County Democratic Central Committee, ot Union County, New Mexico, a convention is hereby called to convene at the Court House in Clayton, New Mexico, at 2:i i. in., April the ri(li. The purpose of this convention is to select delegates to the State Con vention to be held in ÍÑinta 1'e, on tho 2ili of May, which convention will in turn elect delegates to the National Convention. I'rerinct chairman aro requested to call the Democracy in their var ious precinct", to assemble in con vention not later than the 20lh of April and elect delegates to the county convention to be held at the ilinvn T!:ipi rmil il'itn KI.ECTI01 rnorLAMATlOX I. til. ..v Secivtarv. IOIIX Hl'KI.N.., Chairman. WHE11KAS, on the 6th tiny of April. A. I). 1 91 A, the Board of...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 22 April 1916

legos, Salomo Gallegos, wit. fees and THE CLAYTON NEWS. 8ATVHDAY, APRIL 22, 1918 PROCEEDINGS OT 11 IE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS (Continurd from !ost week) Cornea now Delfín Esplnzo aa agent for Tedro Eaplnoza. et ala, nnd aska tho Board to grant them an allowance for building the lane on Road No. one; and the Honrd after being fully ad vised therein, grants them UTO. 00 for Bald fence built on said rond. Comes now the electora of Precinct No. 13. and presents a petition to the Board aaklng for the re-nrrnnging ol the boundary linca of said I'reclnct. Order Re-arrsaglag Jloaaaarr l.laea of Prrelart Xm. 23 WHEREAS, more than fifty citizens and electors residing In the Territory known as I'reclnct No. 23 and herein after described having petitioned the Board asking that said territory be re-arranged and re-organlzed and set oft as a I'reclnct In and for said Coun ty and the petition being filed herein and having been duly considered by j the Board, nnd It appearing to the . Board thnt tho...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 22 April 1916

Tlin CLAYTON NEWS. SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1316 THE CLAYTON NEWS I nmn i. ppkh or i i iii íítv OKKK I I. PII'KH TOW tf ( l.tlTIK , II . I. S( Tllf'.IM (UK. Ill l.rillnr n4 Owarr ONE iml.LAR PER YEAR Kntcreil f--ttiil lih iiiji ti f u-to-tn-r !!!. "J ;:. m ihf piiti(lM - t ci; on. Xf Mi-xliii, umli r lh- Act of March ):;. Saturday. ril 22. lOlfi "Robert (Jiiitus' says: "'Hi. il we ju-l 1 1 ; t I ;i newspaper!' T.tl.ly i- willitip. U" is always illiin; when Hi'1 glory is headed in his direction. Wouldn't, tin" I hit'-il Stales be in ne li - 1 "fa li with Rnosevell I'res i.li'iil! Sn.-o.e twelve piL-es ami r i '! . Tun rrnwdeil, hut we nm-t plead tli'' high rnft. nf white pam-r. We said it. ni. I what's inure In I In; point, wi- meant il. There is a wiilü difference between "society -lush" ami society news. Our way of cumlm-ting cur busi i loss is evidently inispleasing l our c nteinpnrary. You know wc have IICVtT Cfillillirti'il inn- business wilh exactly that iihjci l in ii-w. If Villa I...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 22 April 1916

THE CLAYTON NEWS. SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 19 1G i Jmluo Sanvctlr Will Make Home in ! Clayton ra, I w i I I M I m i onsistency YOU want a motor car that will serve you consistently. You want to know that your car can be relied upon day in and day out. You want high mileage per gallen of gasoline and freedom from repairs and readjustments. And you want these things, net occasionally, but continuously day cftcr day. On these qualities the Llarrwell ha3 made good. It has proved it3 worth. When the Maxwell stock touring car set the World's Motor Non-Stcp Mileage Record a short time ago it travelled fcr 44 consecutive days and nights and it3 performance was con sistent. It went cbout 500 miles each and every day. It went within a small fraction of 22 miles to every gallon of gasoline. It went the whole dis tance of 22.0C0 miles probably fur ther than ycu would travel in two years without any repairs or read justments. Every one of eight tire3 (two sets) went just about 9,800 miles and the oth...

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