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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 20 February 1915

V- CrnteM No. 5490 NOTICK Of COI (TEST. - n u th üw. W. Fox. U. 9. iica. at Clayton. N. M. on. poor, ' a ant 115, - vitneesea: , , d A. Smll h. Samut W. Haldeman DIIU w. '"km.th. all of ML Dora, N M. and Ed Berrín of barton. Now Mexico. '-23-2-20 Pai Valverde Reriater Notice for Publication Dpartmant of tha Interior. U. S. Land Office at Clayton. N. M.. January ft, 1916. Notic la hereby riven that Samuel T. Roach, of I'attaracm, N. M . who, on December t, x. made ham toad entry. Serial. No, 0152X2. for nH of iH, ae1 of awW. aw1 of na1 see 88. Townahip 2sn.. run tic.. N. II. Meridian, haa filed nolle of intention to make Three Year proof, to eetabliah claim to tha land above described, before the Regiater and Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at Clapton, N. M.. on the 25th dar of February. 181. Claimant name aa witneaaea: William T- Oate, of Patterson, N. M.. Charlea Terry, of Patteraon. N. M.. Forman M. Huakey. of Pennington, N. M.. Gilea Cordlll. of Penning. ton. N. H. -2S-2- Pai Va Ive...

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. — 20 February 1915

v. v I f Store for VAomen&Clrls SITWOIN HER Clayton's Only Rendyto-Wear Store T J 1 OÜNCEMENT FOR" SPRING 1915 . i -TT---- The Newest New York Styles Heralding the coming spring, are represented in the new merchandise I am receiving daily, I specialize on things ready to wear for men-women and children, I buy b New York the home of American made styles, I not only bought the right goods, I bought the goods right. Watch the Show Windows, prices speak louder than written words; in the meantime winter goods go at Lowest Prices. Sweater Coat Sale Fine Pure Worsted, close ribbed, Hard Twisted threads, mude to resist the hardest wear you can pive them. Hili nnlitury collars, oxford-navy-grey-niarron-biov n and tun, all sizes $1.95 Regular Price $4.00 THEY'RE NEW Boy's Sweater, Knit Suits, They're just the thing you'll buy for your Hoy. . $3.50 and $4.50 NEW HATS FOR MEN NeV Stetson Novelties at $3.50 Staple " 8.50 Thoroughbred II at s " ' 8.50 Wurth Hats - ' 8.50 New Style Panamas " 5...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 27 February 1915

CLAYTON NEWS ' 1 lEldL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. Volume VIII Clayton, New Mexico, Saturday, February 27. 1915 No. 9 SIERRA VOTERS DISFRANCHISED Republican Caucus Majority for Second Time Denies People Election Franchise Santa Fe, Feb. 2.--Re publican house action in the case of Francisno M. Bojorq.iex, twice-elected Demo cratic representative from Sierra county, by which there was spread upon the records a deliberate lie a clumsy, unnecessary and astound ing lie has brought to the entire state a realization that thrre is no limit to which the republican machi ne is not willing to go. The action stiinds as New Mexico's crowning humiliation at the hands of the Re publican legislature. In the facts generally known and forming a part of the Journal of .the House, the Republican majority adopted a report stating that the governor of New Mexico, "well knowing that Antonio T. Chaves had been declared a member of tbis house, and duly q...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 27 February 1915

Washington's Love of the Land The distinguNhinfi characte ristic exemplified in ashiuKton't private life is hit love of the Inrul. If you read his diary and his Mount Vernon letters, with their full and explicit details of planting and harvesting, their records of experiment (ft, in creating production and improving the quality of the crop, tlfir indica tions of accurate knowledge and minute interest in the whole world of outdoors, you w ill feel ashamed to think how little you have done or are doing with yom own small piece of land you would hate to have George Washington come and look at it. You will he stimulated ly reading those agricultural notes of his ; you will want to do better work with your cwn place. And if you do not own a piece of land, reading his life and his letters will make you want to own one; it will give ou the healthy interest in the soil, in hirds and drgs and horses that -perhaps you lack. In his piivate capacity Washington was a great producer; some mensure...

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. — 27 February 1915

Local and Personal Kdw. Cninytord of the ()ttoneio,h lorhood, attended to business tn the city Friday. The Clayton Milling Co. wants pood white corn. W. F. Kendr'ck of Cuntes, attend ed to business in the citv the firs', of the week, Sudan Grass Seed for Sal?, 30 crnta pourd. Grown by the North Ti'xiis Land Co., Texline, Texas. M. E. Fuller of near Staunton, was a business visitor in the county seat Wednesday. F. C. Field of near Clapham, at tended to business in the city Thursday. The Clayton Milling Co.. will do your custom grinding and save you both time and money. W, VV, Tut hill of near Thomas, was a business visitor rnd trader in the city the first of the week. G. E. Anderson, one of the pros perous farmer of the Cuates country, attended to business in the county' seat Tuesday and Wednesday, j Hon Abran Garcia, county ai-sess-or, came in Tuesday from the ranch and is busy looking after business in his office. See G, C. Smith before you buy j that buggy. He is agent tor the! be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 27 February 1915

' ni. -in i i i ii - t-'-'f THE CLAYTON NEWS',,esin,P,y couldn't bring himself p i .. "-y"-T.y4 ny j.wt.i q jt ..re m ' r. m fef-vwrer-rry Tff -r'. - -vy;T"3 -r, twjif - 1 , - ' 7 ' ' ' ' ' , I my-l .:-.- W ñ n JIM i J in ' in f , l,T y I fe S atenuase! to pay tip, because he dreaded the pain. We turned over all the money to the doc and told him to OFFICIAL PAPER OF UNION COUNTY SUTHEKS c DURAN. Proprietor! Chas. Suther, Editor 'invest it in more chloroform. We I are going into this business ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR RIGIITI Enterad a Secoinl Cliun Matunr October IWh I tb Pot OfTw at CUrton. N. M.. under the Act of March 3rd. 1879. SATURDAY, FKHHUAUY 27. 1015 $2,000 and 2,000 and Í500 makes 64,500. Most any one could figure- that ouL Of course "Jimmy voted ff.r the expulsion of Hojorquez. Il has been said that "Birds of a feather will flock together." Toombs, Vigil, Ortiz, Chaves. Improvement is the order of the day. A sidewalk running r.outh ' across the lake fmin the rear of the Isaacs ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 27 February 1915

"Loosen Up and Let's Get Bus." Why wait on the othfr fellow? It's up to you to do vour part. Going to "wait til time get better?" Now I tinte to nak the start. Why should you sit 'round and runihlr? Why should you not take the lead? Men are hoping, waiting, willing now to work for what they iieer!. Our own land is filled with good things never wan the like hefure and the planting time is on us, soon there'll he abundance, more than we ever can he able to cómame, and still have left grpalest plenty for the hungry, of these needful things lit reft. "Times" are onlv what we make them yes, indifferent, good or bad and 1 here's nn excuse for sulking , siting 'round ' and looking sad. ' What's the cause of t Lis slow moving? You sav It's lark of confidence." That may be the name , you give It, but it's lack fif common sense. Don't charge it to the other fellow. You say he's to blame, but is he? Try some "high l ie" on your backbone "LOOSEN LP AND LET'S GET BLVY." Loosen up, don't be a "ti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 27 February 1915

I 1 Cuates Tlie farmer need iot worry about fine crop the cominu1 year, at the Ii2 mow will put the ground In fine shape for plowing. C. K. Wood and ions, Chester and Kier, made a business trip to CIvon Friday. They weie delayed by the snow storm and did not get borne until Sunday. Despite the snow tor in a large crowd attended Mr. and Mrs. Fisher's dance Friday'night. Fine music was furnished !y Mr. and Mrs. Fisher. Cake and coffee was served at m id -niht. Mr. N. Ilalctimb of Ft. Worth, Texas, is visiting at the home of C W. B. Bryan and Ira Wood Mr. Diere made a business trip to De Moines last week- On account of the big snow storm there wits no school at the Arizona ranch Monday. W F. H end rick made a business trip to CU( too Friday. His daugh ter, Miss Stella, accompanied him in order to attend teachers' institute. The Infant daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Lre died and was buried Sittur day, tne '-.'Oth. lust., in the Cuates cemetery. Mrs. Hoqiieinore and son are visi ting with l)r ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 27 February 1915

NOTICE OF CONTEST rtepertment of the Interior, United ÜUM Land Ofnea. Clayton, N. M . Frhruary la, 1915. To Alphons Sirlin CSM4 of Clayton, N. at.. Contestee: Too art hereby notified that Williant E. Hobbe who Kim Timnatb, Colorada as Mi post-office address, did on January 12nd. 1916. Ala la thia office hit duly corroborated application to con test and aerare tha cancellation of your bom tead Entry. 8rial No. 0791 made May 4th. 1 forK'iof NfmCfc 17, Township 2. N. Range S4 E. N. M. P. Maridian. and aa grounds for his contest h allege that Alphona Sirlin haa , wholly abandoned said claim for a period of over six montha. and said defaulte continuo down to data of thia affidavit. Ybu are, thorefore, further rrotir fled that thi said allegations will t tnkeu aa confessed, and your said entry will ba canca'l A, without! fun) er rtV'ht to be heard, either Vfore thia ufUce or on app el, If you fall to file In thia office wlthLn twenty day, afJier the FOURTH publication jt dliist aotice, aa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 27 February 1915

SIMON HERZSTEIN Clayton's Only Ready-to-Uear Store J Store for Women & C Iris , A Store for AAeri Sí Boys PROSPBR1TY YEAR 1915 will go down in history as one of the most prosperous years in the history of the United States of America. The farmers will get the Lion's Share from the results when the year has endedit behooves every fairr.er livirg m Union County to do his level best because each and every one of them will be rewarded in proportion to the efforts he puts forth to make the year 1915 Prosperity Year, Spring Coats for Women I am showing all the new things includ ing Sport Coats and Auto Coats- Every Woman needs one of the nifty, prac tical, stylish sport coats, They're IT. SPRING COAT PRICES $5.00 - $6.50 and $7.50 They're worth more A 100 Investment If you could buy wheat for 50c a bush el this year and sell it for $1.00 next would you do it? I am selling all Meps Womens' and Childrens Over coats and Wintpr Cloaks at prices that make them a 100 Investment. HALF PRICE ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 6 March 1915

NEW DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPnUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. Volóme VIII Clayton, New Mexico, SatuHay, March 6. 1915 No. 10 CLAY i ON Ü iliiiil ) WASTE TIME AND MONEY Present Legislature of no Real Benefit to People. Playing Politics. Santa Fe. Match 4 Consistently adheiiug to li is record of opposition to exorbitant county salaries, Gov ernor McDonald vetoed the Republi can county salary bill, providing tor the wasting of more than a million t the people's money. The Repu blican majority in the house and seinte prouiply complied with the formality of picsiim the bill over the veto by a two-thirds vote, and it is now a law. " The salary bill provid ed at the firs' session of the State legislator; was wrong," fall the governor in his veto message "'Those presented since were wrong and this one is wrong. It is not fair and jut to the taxpayers of the stale I hry are entitled to an equal show with the officials. " A startling pu.ssibihty of the Re publican coun...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 6 March 1915

Local and Personal Wíll Wolford of near Amistad, attended to bu-iness in the citv litis week. W. V. Ihiilev of tifur firenville, whs husintss visitor ami trsder in the city Thursday. Herzsteiu Seed Co. for your Onion sets find seed potatoes nil varieties. 10-it. W. A. Steele, one of otir regulars t Beenhnin, attended t' business in ttie rity tlii week. Thus. 1'. James and son. Light, of near Des Moines, weie eouny sent visitor (lie first of the week. Now'i the time to plant your seed wheal ller.steiii Seed Co. home grown iion-irrititted. lO-'-'t Ci. I.. Cook, I'. S. Coiniiiissioner at Haydcn, wms in the eily Wednes day and Thursday" attending district court and looking utter other . husi ness. Don Juan I). ChshiIos of netr Claphatn, tx-ieprt sentalii e I r o in Union county, spent t lie week in the citv actum as interpreter for the grand jury. Don Juan ijjii mid son, Nicolas, ol near Cone, sp ol Itic cik in (lie county seat in uPteinlancc on district court. Dull Jtlrtli is hale ill ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 6 March 1915

Local and Personal (leo, V. Iljín of southwest oi own, spent several days in the city 'his week. Ch. Moure of near Cuates, a trader and business visitor in the city f ubiy and Saturday. Sudxn Grass Seed for Salr, 30 enta pourd. (Jtovrn by the North Texas Ijnd Co., Texline, Texas. Vat Homero of near Sampson, at- ded to business in the i-Mv the of the Heek. Fred Wight, the Corrump rattle man, attended to business in the city the first of the week. fc F. Omen of Folsoin, slate cattle inspector, attended to business in the county seat this week. Our stock of toilet preparations is complete, prices exactly right. We have it. City Drug Store. '"'Mrs O. T. Toombs returned on the noon train today (rom a two weeks visit with the jud;e in Santa Fe. J. J. May, the Des Moines attor ney, attended to busmen in the county seat Tuesday, and Wednes day. " See G. C. Smith before you buy thrt bujtuy. He is agent tor the best rig on the market. ' ' 9-tf, Alex Mi?ki!ie x"d on of the Cimarrón country, we...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 6 March 1915

r- """'"-j".""'.: "" "i: z T""" ., ,. .. ,.TO.J , -. THE CLAYTON NEWS OFFICIAL PAPER OF UNION COUNTY SUTHERS & DURAN. Proprietor! Chas. SuTHros, Editor ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Kntrrvd mm Second Claaa Matter Octobrr lVth at tha Pnt Offica ml Clayton. N. If., andar the Act )( March 3rd. 1879. SATURDAY, MARC H C. 1915 And so editors who tell the truth about eminent legislator are hereafter to get a five year pen sentence- The New Mexican, to say nothing of our humble self, probably has several decades of pen service ahead o' behind. We are in receipt of the "Official Daily Program" of the San Diego exposition. Union county receives a fifteen to thirty minute illustrated lecture daily, a feature that will undoubtedly prove of vast benefit to the couiitv. Gen Scott, who settled the dif ficulty with the warring factions at Naco, Ari.oua, has bven sent by the president to smoke the pipe of peace with the Ik liferent -Piute indiaiis of Utah, Gen. Sott is grand success as a pacificator, 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. — 6 March 1915

' C2i rv r p.r.fert r ir-r kra. t) -ti., tul' r u: J (cíáCusjj rr'fe.L'-yy pWja 'ttan rkrákil-2 iV fe-fe? w. 3& ITn3 MIMA t" Ti nu i I I ' í I ÍP5 i:-N o íiv $ r rt'M! Vv f 1 .su Si tí ta I fes V 11 Sí kP ñ ct I El esa Re PvVt as1 Isa i Mi i Ó rVflEuSCfi-OAN WESTERN G "Seeds that Suceeed" OWN KON-BJRIGATB To Our Friends, Our Customers: It is with pleasure that we send you our Seed Catalogue free for asking. We appreciate the orders you have piven us and assure you that all orders, whether large or small, shall hayeotir most careful attention ' ABOUT GUARANTEE. Our seeds are all carefully selected and tested as to vitality. All orders are taken and all shipments are made sub ject to your being satisfied with the seeds on arrival. You can examine them and have germination te?ts made Then if you are not satisfied and will notify us within five days of receipt of shipment we are willing to re fund the money paid for them and take the seeds back We can entertain no ciaim after five d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 6 March 1915

"Has Somebody Got your Goat?" Do you know the hutls are bunt ing oon the flow rt 'II be in bloom ; nerve and energy and courage now are dissipating gloom, and the confi dence much talked of is increasing h the da) with reulti of growth in business that the rroakrr will atnaie Bret are humming so it business buttle 'round and get your share; if il't not yet at it thould be, at ill you 'II find it "uretty lair." Anyhow, thing now are ttarted, get behind arid give a push, and before you realice it bac-k will come the tame old rush that you bad at this time latt year quite a while before the war and will trarh your (rienda and neighbors just the kmd of man you are. Thus you 'II help to ttart the lifeblood throuyh the arteriet of trade, and you'll put-in rherkt now fallid roses "hard times' ran not fade. Wbat't the matter? Get a move on, roll your tlrrvet up prel your cost. What' the use to tit and grumble "Hat somebody got your goat?" That's the only thing that't hold ing just afraid to...

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. — 6 March 1915

c'...o..- U j I -a 13 A Mention, Homesteaders All leiral ndvertieinr in thi paper fs read and Department nt -orrected aceordinr to copy, Rend your ac' and if i) erro found, however lirht, notify u at imnl, Notice for Publication Hill.' tie Tnt-rior. IV S. Land ( I'laiton N. M Notice t W horn It May Concern I Ncttce is hereby given to whom It muy NOTICE OF CONTEST . Department of the Interior, United State lornd Office. Clayton, N. M . February 1. 1915. To Alphoni Sirlin CMHti of Cluyton, N. M.. Cor.testee: You are hereby notified that William E. llnhh who rive Tiitinath. Colorado, as hi pot-.fflcc address, did on January 22nd. 1915, file in th. ..nice hi duly enrroliorated application to enn tet and wcnn' the cancellation of niir hn t tcad Kt try. Serial No. 07919 made May 4th. 1 W.I. for E'-t of N W'- Sec. 2", Township 2R. N. Hanre 34 E. N. M. P. Meridian, and a rrnunHa for his content he allege that Atphons Sirlin haa wholly abandoned ail claim for a period of over six month, and ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 6 March 1915

SIMON HERZSTEÍN Clayton's Only Ready-to-Wear Store Store for Aomon & Girls Store for Alen & Boys Spring Has Arrived , Here I am showing all ihe new things; ready to, wear, for spring-. The "ready te- wesr'way" is a bkssirg to vcrr.en vho hii nny 0:12: tilín i to o?ida5 mike things to wear for herself and the children. I am going to prove that it is real economy to buy "Ready-to-Wear," the dresses advertised below are cheaper than you can-buy the mater ials for and make the dresses yourself Let me convince you of this fact. mm lip fe w m Womens & Chüdrcns' Dresses--50c and $1.00 To convert the women of this community anil convince them of the real economy of buying clothes maly m;uk I have div ided into two Ids v mens' and childiens' dresses. m nt-i is iiinuiy (IicsM's 0G0 ('liiklrens' dirsses ies 2 to 1 4 ye nrs 50c Little boys' t;:b suits arq includ ed in thi f;i!o fit. 50c :iml $1.00 $2.45 takes yur cliuice Of wombs' Tailored Skirts about 4 dozen in the lot, rrw styles...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 13 March 1915

ON NEW DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OE GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPEUILDINC, OF THE COMMUNITY. Volume VIII Clayton, New Mexico, Saturday, March 13. 1915 No. 11 CLAYT TWO YEARS OF WILSON Greatest Record for Accomplish ment of any President in Like Time On the fiftieth anniversary of Lin coln second i nun a " nil, Wondrow Wilson complete halt his prt sidenti til term. These two years of the Wilson administration have lie I .eL to make! more history than any othir two yean since Lincoln. Ihe coining wo years of the Wilson administra tion must inevitably he the most momentous In noil that this cnuut'j has known since the civil war. It is a fact of enorin 'us imp' rtanee that (his crisis finds in Ihe White House a president who is comple'ely master of hitmelf. Being master ol himself, he is master of his party and of his administra! ioii. There is no kitchen cabinet, 'I here are no secret influences that pul! and sway the policies of the executive. No underground wires run from the White Hous...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 13 March 1915

ÍMcdOüotkb DmrDpDíBDTrDcstrDQ: 10 u 5 VCí FULL LINE JUST RECEIVED Prices Exactly Right. You Know the Quality i !! Mr I I I COAL $6.00 B SEEDS SEEDS I SALT a COAL $6.50 COAL $7.00 Set I S3 All New--We do Not Sell Old Seed SALT SALT i I i 5 Just Received 100,000 pounds Rock, Stock, Sulphur and Table Salt Corn Chops Oats Bran . QICE Alfalfa, Vega Hay G. G. 3. ANVIL i PA fea fed 5 $ Sudan Grass In Eastern Mexico New Willi a rainfall of sliyhtlv more than seven inches during the grow ing season, Sudan grass at the New Mexico Kxptrinient Station, Tueuin cari, drilled in rows 24 inches apart, this year yielded one and one-half. i tons of hay an acre and' 41 I i'otind j of seed. It outvielded the millets i in fvery test made ly Herbert1 Smith, superintendent ot the station, j However, kafir, sorghum and miloj gave much larger returns. The crops were drilled on randy upland and j cultivation in all rases where possible was alike. The rxpeiiment showed that Sudan grass will not jield as; larg...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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