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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 17 June 1916

-1 1 - I i i ! t .I" flu- lililí nn- PACK TWO THE CLAYTON NEWS. SATFRDXY. XISE 17, ii)IC THE CLAYTON MEAT MARKET JOHN SIMM NO, l'rop. Fresh and Salted Mtat?, Fruits and Provisions. Fish and Ovsters in Season. III ROUND ABOUT THF COUNTY w , . : - 4 DRILLN1G vw Mael.iim and an nl.l Iril!-r. I N v..'! Insurant." It. ulls. Wabr is a Ne- . c..(ijty ami I i.iuanint'-" to .l it. I 's i.-i - en Application da. - -- U. I". HAM. CLUTOX. N. M. t . .! Phone t;i I.ak I. FUOPKSSIONAF And HrsiNF.ss dikfa't- OltV Of Union Count ;j llll L liltn l lll.liS TKA Nril- 12 1 S. I.1VLISY. .-Tull-A' .i: AM) l ' .. i'l.N i:n T A I j I 'll- ( I. YIO., . M Oil. .1. :. MACK I'll V II I V AMI M It'.l 11 X Sf lilt I f t 111 lll'lll' "1 Uimil'll ju.i.r i.' ii ;i. i.. " !" " i " in. ..r. -.i t.j i' 1Í. H. V..ilvar.l ' ' ! WOODWARD A. 111. I E A (tili-ur a nail ' iiuili.l'11'.rw lit l.HW 'J'.-l.-IHiur..- Kv.b.n.!,.. IS n;.i.i'rf ii. m. r,n:iirnM Aiicliiin. i t Will Cry Sal.-s Anywli'M' at Ai:V 'I llll'-' (.1. iiilli...

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. — 17 June 1916

iii- . this linn docs .compelí, to get a ii'.iicker way of deh S"eial ol' the Clavlou lis a i.layton visitón inursiiay THR CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY. JUNE 17. 1916 PAGE THREE VOU EXPECT 'if ! J oxof - - j V - r .1 ' FILL WEIGHT WHEN YOU BL'Y COAL JUST AS YOU DO WHEN YOU PUR CHASE A POUND OF TEA on sugar, no you al ways GET IT? THAT QUESTION IS SURE TO BE ANSWERED IN THE AF FIRMATIVE IF YOU GET YOUR COAL FROM US. THE HAfilf.1 COAL AND ICE CO. LOCAL O PERSONAL YOUNG RflAN YOU PROPOSE TO WIN IN LIFE. A COLLEGE EDUCATION WILL HELP YOU WIN. You Can Get That Education at the New Mexico State University In Four Year?, at an Actual Xocrssary Cost of $195 per year During those lour years you will luna friendships with hundreds of other young men from every county in .Now Mexico, from among whom will come the future business, industrial and po litical leaders of your homo state. Figure out what that acquaintance will b; worth to yuii. Where else can you get it with the same outlay of money, time...

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. — 17 June 1916

i'auk rom the u.w ro news xati i;dv, svi: 17. IfMfi THE CLAYTON NEWS ki i I i. r.tPK.n or i mon torix-rv ' OI'f'K I IL I'AlM;n TOW of CI.. YTO llt. I. t-l Till. IIS (1111.11) i:dltor and Onarr O.Ni; lOl.LA!t I'KIl Yl'.AH I "conl ,!V'lu-r ,;,clo- t'tn, 't-H- Milled. luiilrr the Art of I 1 M..reh J, 17!). .Iiirtl.ty. .Iiiiii' 17, lililí iM'Miiiii'iilii' Arhlo rniint iiml (i. II. I. 1 1 14 1 1 1 1 Í 1 1 1 1 II (niltl'll-d I nan 111.. .New Vi l iv W,a id ermoiit republican- hi e.ai- :' in i . --' Illlll"-.). pit lie. I in iii.u n-!i .-r the "weak. .n ll'.i il i.- ''..(iiii i-"l I 'linn- Pali i' I '.iily. Tin' "Weak, ,11-lilii! II"... iici.ni I (''III I 'mi n'i'.il if 1 m: 1 " i- I in' J..H ty that limited II," t"-l 1.'H :i. ii - and mil i-iirv l:r,v lie t i mil i y - .'i- li.nl :i i '! I ii" I i- -1 i i I i ( -: 1 1 1 1 1 ii : ; bad fa , ,,-i! ;, ! Ill-' .i. in Hi" i;irly 1 1,;. I i el.a m -.1 Un tan!' alter II," !! i i i i I : . ; i i pa: ty !i.i.i,. .1 1 1." '.(i.,.,; tin. I ci'.'.'i ...

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. — 17 June 1916

loo out oom o,;... THE CLAYTON MCWS. SATrmiW. 41 E 17. 10 IR ace i ivi: LOCOES USD SOCIETIES asure good alien Janee cPnS y'-!T meet ing night posted here A. F. & A. XL Clayton Ln.lyc Ñu. X), meets P.rst and third Saturday c cu inos in cadi month. YÍMtinj Hrothers always welcome. F. I. Kiliiurii, XV. XL XI. I. Ilarxcy, Soc'v. r O. F. Clayton Loilijo No. íá, meets every Thursday niolit at I. O. O. F. Hull. In the Palmer Visiting Brothers always Wel come II. H. EHULTT, N. (;. n. S, HOLMES, Secretary. SOCIALIST PAHTY OF AMF.IUCA - 1 I Clayton Local Meets at office of A. James Mc Donald firsthand third Mon days of' each month. MRS. J. M. DAVIS, LQpal Secretary. Visiting Comrads Welcome I lilt WES CLIP E;i.ES- TXLONS Cool i 1 1 1 1 - I fn ni l'.iue ( ue i -iifi ty where it wasn't safe.' Waters jwenl d) ltr.-t on a ciiiL'lc a .i 1 1 ext. nd ' 1 1 i - ticket on a past bail. Maddox :!''v (nit to ('enter. Lancaster I'ann I 1. Val llew cut (o second. Meaner I went oiil.. short l:i lir-t. l...

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. — 17 June 1916

rAGE SIX I f.m jjjljL C- " J Why You Should Own a Maxwell. Comfort carancc Service r Z.ou First- Cost Low After-Cost First, because it is a comfortable rilling car. Plenty cf room for five people; deep, soft cushions; springs made of the best spring steel, scientifically heat-treated, accurately suspended arid balanced. You will always be comfortable in a Maxwell. Second, becauce the Maxwell is a trim, smart, ocd-loo!::nrj car. Many makers of heavy, high priced cars, as you know, have copied the general lines, the shape of the body and hood of the Maxwell. This is mere of a compliment than an infringement. Third, because the Maxwell, being a product of thirteen years evolution, is so designed and manufactured that it gives unfailing, consistent and and satisfying service to thousands of owners. Maxwell cars are made of ihe best materials that money and brains can buy and they are made, right. You can get out of any car only what is put into it. Fourth, because you get everything in ...

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. — 17 June 1916

d.s. -I-l I ed. I.e. M A I ' 1 1 1 . 1 -iv.-r, I'nitei'l ,'.-' '1"' hiytor. X. Af.. J..'. TUR CLAYTON NEWS. SÍTlIilHV, .UNE 17. I!M5 PACK f-EVE:? -LO 1 t i V1 i fy- -i- . U i :.!!f s- i AT ynur work yon iiisj.t "Up..!! po, liu-llt t ll f vliili, -straily liulit nf .N'ntimi al Miiiln. (nuil liLlit, i eii'iiilly ftiipi'i'lauL :tt. linni". National Ma'las r.ot k ntv fiivo boldr lUiit m.l b"tl"i yitflit. but cost loss for current. For tli" Mini" litbt Tti.y tn!; otio-tliinl Hi" cli'i'trieity. For tlio samo cost limy cive tlirc ) tiling Ib" lilit of eaibon lamps. shall li" linpi'V 1 ni i ynu in "l"ctins' tito iHviiT size and si los for Hi" correct, economical liulitins of your llOUS". R. W. ISAACS AGENT Headaches and Eyestrains Many wlm fur years havo Ajf forcil inton.-"ly from i-lirciilc .sick liradarlic-i, u--ir. til'UL cr all kin.li willi.iut ln.iicfit, liuvo foiiinl iiunii'iii.iO' uii.l poriiiiu! cht !:;. 1' in I'i'i.l' i'.y U..1 jat ni t'aso's, liccau.-o i J o strain was Jlio can-"....

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. — 17 June 1916

THE CLAYTON .NEWS. STUU)AV. JI NK 17. l!)lfi I ... LOW PRICE MAKERS OUSON rm it m QU AL1TY 1 COMPANY everything 1 on the home. EVERYTHING TO EAT AND WEAR t. t'-: 0 TO-J IffiCM Boys Wash Suits " Big line of Wash Suits for boys in linen, repp, pop lin and linene. They come in white, tan, blue and assorted checks, stripes and combinations. Cheaper than you can make them. Prices 75c to $2.50 Fancy Parasols . . - 4, . Mow is the time to come m and make vour selection I If vou want silk h or a parasol while our stock is complete. We have a we have them. Pure thread silk in pink, blue, bronze I beautiful line. All sizes, small ones for the little tots champagne, and grey. We also . have ' fancy striped 1 Sport Hats New line of sport and automobile hats in the latest shapes, colors and combinations. These hats are just the thing for these hot summer days; Come iri and see our line. Prices 65c to $1.50 Fancy Silk Hose X and misses and ladies sizes. hose. Price 15c to $4.00 Prices $1.00 and $...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 24 June 1916

DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITTZENSHIP AXD THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY vfiLUME IX. THE C LAYTON NEWS. SATl ItDAY. JUNE 21. Mill. No. 23 WAR WITH MEXICO IHEVTIABLE united states tikes oe vac' cii.li ating i omh ct of Mex ico's PRESIDENT AMI HUSHES TKOOPS TO ENEOHCE DEMANDS . EOK BIGHT DUE: ITKST HAT- day there swimming ami lishing ami . ilSSSir-;''1-;" 'as i her at. the two meals the bnvs of the vacoilliating policy (.,ioked. on tin1 '"hike," ami needless or Mexico's president in matters of i) . fni with al vital interest to tlie American people, report of the iimhusch of the Tenth r,'I,s1'- Cavalry, under Captain CJias. T. Boyd I ' V'1 tri tl IU.aiiniiK place, was near Cari.al, by the Carraiua troops, ' made in autos.' L. W." Kingdom. C, in which the United Slates troop ( iil .ers. ami It. L: Herrin furnislu was prarically ' ánlhalalert. Il-e'ports; .,' - . ' . , . , 1 1 it; the cars. received nt San Antonio, Friday, were to the clicct that pnlv seven. n"' ''.""''i' "l..lh...

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. — 24 June 1916

PAKE TWO TIIE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, IÍI16. Y 4 WE DRILLING New Machine and an Old Driller. I Guarantee Result. Water is a Ne cessity and I Guarantee to Get it Prices CD Application W. F. HAM, CLAYTON, N. M. Phone 171 Lakeside Line PROFESSIONAL And BUSINESS DIRECT ORY Of Union County HILL BROTHERS TRANSFER, LIVERY, STOR AGE AND CONTINEN TAL, OIL CLAYTON, N. M. DR.. J. C SLACK ruvsiciA amp bcbcucon ftiaUt la Macases mt ' Hours t to 11 a. to. 3 to 4 a. aa. FHONfc 4 CLAYTON H. B Toodward F. O. B)ue HOOD WARD 4c BLUE IHmm aad Cañase!!. at Law Tsltpboa Exchange Building s T H. M. RUBOTTOM Auctioneer Will Cry 6les Anywhere at Any Time CrentiUe New Mex. DR. C KELLER Dentist Over Dean's Bakery Osse. rhaae !)! Clartaa CCU.JU.A. SOWERS Aaettaawer Vrite oi Phone for Dates O. Address: WANETTB, N. M. FRANK o. blue Lcl Agent NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Claytoai Hew M. 1 EDW. W. FOX For Sixteen f'eara Register at ths United Otates Lasa Of flea at Clayton. N. M. CBXBEAL LAD PBACTICB E...

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. — 24 June 1916

TIIE CLAPTON NEWS, SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1916. Special Hmmtn ml ae Boar f Ceaatr I niiiMntn keld tale -Bib T Tli board mr t at nine o clock A. M. sitting as Board of Kqulllsation and for any other importitnl business that might come before them. , There being present the Hon. Salome (Jarcia, Chairman; T. S. Snyder and Matías U Casados, members; Juan J. Duran, Clerk, and after, thorough ex amlnlnK the returns of Wl the property In the County both real and personal made the following raises and reduc tions as follows: W. B. Lum, made a proposition to the Board In regard to fixing the cess pool, etc., and the Hoard after hearing said proposition advised him that It was necessary for the Board to advertise for bids In accordance with law. The Agricultural Agent was provid ed a room In the Court House to be used by him as his office. It was ordered that Court do now adjourn until 9 o'clock a. m. tomorrow. The Board met at jilne o'clock a. m.. pursuant to adjournment of yesterday. The Board ...

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. — 24 June 1916

... . 7' 7 f page four TIIE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY, JUNE 2i. 1916. .theclaYtonnews 1FVU 141. rATKIt K I'KIOM COVSTY OKI- l I AI, P AI'KH TOW 51 fLAVTOJI l:d!lor Ohhi UNE IHILLAH I'Eil YEAR nt crecí na second cía matter Ccto br 2í, 1909, at the poetofllce at Clay ton, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Saturday. June 2i. l!)lti Sissy syys ttiat "we try 1u keep our face, clean." That is i vreat deal more than can be truthfully aid " 'ijni.- his. 'mouth. ie is hack on the transparent ; i, this time tryiun to explain; isfranchiscment of I'nion conn-'in votv.r. through the instruinentali- ' of the people s money and had iioth , of. the jimmy. Sadie handles I iim to hoxv lor it. of this inioiint ruth in u very reckless manner, iM.! l."i.o;ti..".T represcnteii nnexpend- .vhich may account Jor her pro-; genitor' admission that she is a , .ruined 'woman. We will attend to Hadie in our next issue. ', - - - - There is a -rowing disposition up- II n..l 1... ,!..., 1 1 . 1 i., .i i , ,....

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. — 24 June 1916

T A T K (Continued from Pace four' O. M. Oiiiun ii filling smiif fenr im, this week. School closed last Friday and tin children arc all thid of fin- vaca tion. Kiii-iii'st I H ake is helping l-'ri'il I Iraki' to run ii is well drillitu: l'iu v.l thi wi-it iitu. Muririi, I irako ami son, Elmer Jack Walliaum, ('. V. iickou and C. A. I II i k I were courthiK in tin' Sni'iiliT di-drirt, last Salnrilay. ' Paul Chambers, F.imcv 1 Iraki- ami John Caum an- talkinu of leaving for Un Kanu! harvest. lleMs. Mrs. Iloy Morrow ami children rallm! mi Mrs. Jack Walbauui. Tlmr day foi'eiioih "Trixy" (LAPIIAM Harney. Wnlnesihiy. Other visitors from the v trinity of birria I'hia were Kufracio ami I inris (inicia ami Frank ami llos 'mla Casados. Fast. Sunday's hall panic between the local i.. mi ami the I'eninjdou team wns' poMponcí! imlefinately on account of the min. UMWia MI I.PJ V.YLLKY itaiu. rain. Cue beautiful rain. Yes we're pi'ttinir it ami tin- croaker s silenced attain. Walter Howard wont, to...

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. — 24 June 1916

V s : -j " ! i SIX TOE CLATO NEWS. SATI RD4Y. H'XK 21. 1916. ' , I i' I , , ' ' ' ' ' 1 - 1 Notliing To Be Added ' I io ike Maxweil ' k I 0U will never want to add anything to your Maxwell. i W" The purchase price includes everything you vviU ever need or desire for luxurious motoring. ; You won't want to disguise the hood or buy a new body or put in another carburetor or ignition system or install electric lights or a self-starter. 1 You won't want a new radiator or springs or new spark I ,IU plugs or shock-absorbers or a new top. I You need add nothing for comfort, reliability, beauty, i economy or convenience. If it is a Maxwell, your car, your ' li ' experience and your investment are complete. 6 That is the way that Maxwells are designed, manufactured i and sold. 9 Question the owners of other motor cars any other motor 1 cars and see if they are equally satisfied with their motoring i investment j. Touring Car $655 Roadster $635 l; t F. O. a DETROIT f CLAYTON GARAGE & AUTO...

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. — 24 June 1916

x t TITE CLAYTON NEWS. SH HDW. JlAK 2S. tíllfi. Attention, Home-leaders All lf'Kal advertising in this paper ií read and corrected ac cording to copy. Head your ad and if un errr is found how pvt slinlit, notify us at once, Iep:irtment of the , Interior, United Unite Land entice. Clayton, X. M. Slay 4, 1916. Notice for rhllcatle Notice I hereby given that the State of New Mexico has applied to select under the provisión of the Act of June 20, 1910 and June 21, 1998 and the acta supplementary and amendatory thereto, the following public lands, to-wlt: XOTICK OF CO TEST Department of the Interior V. S. Land office at Clayton, N. M May i'. 1916. To Mnry Bul, roves of Cuates, N. M.. Contestee: - You me hereliy notllled that J. V.. Sulrove who (elves (.r.-iinlview. N. M., ns his piiNtotllce afhlreHS, did on April 24th. 116, rile In this otllca his duly corroilornted application to contest anil secure the cancellation of your home stead Kntry No., Serial No. 014701, made Mav 1 5th, 1912. ...

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. — 24 June 1916

KIRSCHBABl CIARAN- 2. To be fiit in celar. Ti lililí fí Ml I ' Ii I t , A i - I I THE CLAYTON NEWS. SATl ROAY. Jl'XE 21. 101ft. "1 I', T I ) '" .1" !:";"K iff IX LOW PRICE MAKERS QUALITY STORE VI l y " JIlI'MiVjtjUlN Mm COMPAN Y exerythixí; ion the home everything to eat and wear 'A CANTILE i;, a 1 t ! . 1 i - Uli'V i) " y V l''ii'lMii: forward or ov- People Behind ' You illllllt'iiiilllv llnllC' II ITTli DPS (f I SIIHKlllllv t':ttimr K R.O "1.1 e Model" llrassiers uiv fit I i'il in liv iuu models in rv cry i(i.xiliuii. That's why viii 1 1 : : - imu-mal style, whether you are " if i "v : raise ymir arm-1 Vnlv'f yniir ln-ail. .- tffi!' Tln'v ai i' made in Mf'Vi i-in i r :ii ill' r v anil íi, II,,. 1,1,.. 1 .1, ,:,!! li"- In stand rnii- 1 :i 1 1 1 IiiIiImiil:. II: lU .- ailll C"CS It'l in 'I ni--i . Ask In see lli.'iii. ."ill els. .lo SÍ.0!!.. Made by lln mak- 1 1--: of kxr'o -lix.. model" corsets. .... .-r.a.k IfkllV Th. lk M,,dH- SONS r i-inir.sc. rRASSItHK STRANGÉ, IS IT NOT t:i.t ...

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 July 1916

Ifcilil mm DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD ClTTZENSUtr AND THE UPBUILDING OF TUE COMMUNITY. VOLUME IX. T1IE CLAYTON NEWS, ÍTVRDAY. JTITY 1. 19W. No. 27. X . f . '. Va. WATER BONDS BRIYG LARGE PREMIUM , . At the regular neeUcf of the City 'Trostws, last Tue4y evening the Clayton Water Ex tension Bonds fosu of 155.. ; 600, were sold to Sweet-Causey -Foster Conapay, of Denver for ' &033.fto, or at a premium of one thousand and thJrty-Ove dollars. Thare were more than a dozen bidders for the securi ties and in no instance wan a premum refused.. The Denver Arm, however, had Investid ed the bonds closely and knew their true value. Such a premium is the ex ception rather than the rule, of bond buyers in buying bonds of small towns, and show the pro sperity and business outlook of Clayton to be greater than is iisinil with (host towns of an equal population. Iteeroiling OITlccr Coming :jnta Fe. .Tunc 27. Lieut .lark Collins ami Jack Chavez expert tn go to Clayton next week to seek recr...

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 July 1916

'7j;ivi-z up mm ti;f. with Mr-. W'i. "V"'1 s i ;m'J K. I. iii.-li-v (;.,l,- li.'CK.T Jtutli Mc i-r. Sun, lay ,-- inn. Mr. II- -- ''U'T 1 1 1 . -1-1 i ii 1 a L-w f Ii.t lii.-nil al SiiiMlay .limi-T. r r---vJ?-t iv.;j í'.uii: two im: clujon news - vi l i;:iy. jija i. una. ROUND ABOUT THE COUNTY j . . - - . FAMILY IxVS M I XN !. M-mlny Mi -. t. .. i:.wt';i!. s '-' initio a trip I" 'levi.i Monda. . . .Mi -. .Via 1 i s !-!-Mi -. . V. I'" "'i' '' Mr-. M:.t ,. iii.-- of ntinln, i'-.-r! mm. "I l , I íi i k u T,-;.-. i- 1 1 I 1 1 : . 1 1 1 1 1 T . X!r. ): Milter Í-I' ill'1 family "with -mi.iHi. ' tliis is-ii.-. I-.: v. p-.w-M ;! fatuity -d' :. ,n.! Ju lltit.-Uiiux.n. ft I'liilialH , ! .-.vt. pa Ilii-oii-h h-re 1 phia. M,., ! iilil Vmiic Utui! ia I j'in ..-!.. !; .-i.n !;!.. ..- tlii'ir lo'lile in ' Ivo-llHy y.'el a-1-,1 tin- .Vwmail l' T- a-, a'.l-i i -iling w ilh Will JVrrv i seat! Imii l!i. S w.- lb.il In- iih'-IiI ;, , i ' ,i,iii nl t - Mi 'iii'--. Il l- .,- I ri (; ai.ioal- wiili l.aiva ...

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 July 1916

THE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY 1. 1916. PAGE THREE 1. 'l - 'Xil - DOING THE WORLD'S BUSINESS C ORRESPOXDFACK THE PACIFIC MUTUAL LI EE IN SURANCE COMPANY OF CALI FORNIA asm-u $r,e.'.6 1 i.M Liabilities S3 l.r, 1,883,37 Cross Surplus $i,50í.S07.i7 Write for nformution about a Life Income for your Wife, Daughter or Mother. F. B. SCIIWENTKER, (ieiierul Agent. Albuquerque. N. M. I THE EKLUND HOTEL Steam Heated and Electric Lighted Rooms, 75c to $1.50 Menls, 25c to 50c COAL. NKU.Ull HEAD XlT AND UJM1 AUTOMOILE SERVICE EKLUND HOTEL RANCH Clayton, Hamm Coal GREATLY REDUCED Fourth Of July Fares via Colorado & Southern To All Points in Colorado, Wyoming and New Mexico You'll Weil Appreciate The Excellency of Our Train Service H. A. JOHNSON Traffic Manager Denver, Colorado i i v, i.- '2 DAY AND NIC 1 1 AND IRRIGATION CO IN. JW. you expect- ..FULL WEICIIT WHEN.. YOU RUY COAL JUST AS YOl DO WHEN YOl' PUR CHASE A POl'ND tF TEA OR SI (i Alt. IMt YOU AL WAYS CET IT? THAT Ul ESTION IS Sl'RE TO...

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. — 1 July 1916

PAGE FOUR TIIE CLAYTON NEWS, SATITIDAY, JULY i. 1916. THECLAYTON NEWS PAPKB OF t'SIO C Ot XTY PAPKR TIIWJÍ f CI.AYTO.I lt. P. MT1IKH IIIK.III I'rflfor nail Owr ONE lOLLAK PEIl VEA It jnttrid an Kcond class mutter Octo ber lit'S. lit the jiostoillre nt Clay ton, New Mexico, under the Act of M;.rch 3. lfcT9. Saturday, July I, l!)ti; I l'.'U'. liulf Mini Il'li'i, Yammi-i' - ----- Tlii' in ni i mn t ion (if 1 1 ( mrt--? ami Ico- banks hears tin' f ar marks of hav-! ing been "inaili' in Germany." . Those I wcnty .three negro I f ! !; Hint Ciirranu i-i'l iiimhmI an' imw ! Peace at any I'riee" im-n. Ami what have Hughes ami ! hanks got In say about the full din iH'P pail'.'. Mr. Hughes' iruiiiil, resignation 'f li is Justiceship anil liis prompt ac ceptance nf tin' imiiiinat ion .-how his "preparedness" fur mmiination at least. Well, we've known Sissy intimatc ly or otherwise for quite a while: but Ins practical admission in the rurrt'iit issue of the Citizen of ;i bootlegging . or bartend...

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 July 1916

....-V....J.., ... .... rve-v;-?- i-: - TITE CLAYTON NEWS, SATVRDAY. JULY 1, 1916. PAGE,MYK LOCAL ANO PERSONAL Dr. .1. II. I.i'yda is visiting his sis .ter, .Mrs. i. (i. Oranville, j Charles Hovoy left Wednesday for, his ranch near Harney. V. I j. Wheolcss left Thursday r.r I hi audi near Moxhoina. A. W . Thompson lias returned i from a, business trip lo I louver. . J. C. Niece, nf Texline, was a C!i.- ton i-itor tin- ilrst of tin" week. Si'i'il hi'ans fur ale. Sir us In-. fori1 bnyiiiK. Four Slates Seed Co. Miss Ktlii'l CunniiiKhani. of I'.ualr-s was sliniiiiii in Clayton, Wednesday. Mrs. A. C. I.ehr is sendins u week visit mt: relatives and friends in Ihilhart. Fred J. Holdererl, of IlsiytJtii was a Clayton visitor, Wednesday ami Thursday. R. K. Hamblen returned Thursday from a visit with relatives tiM.oo's Summit, Mo. IJob WherriU has been ill dning the week, Buffering iiu attack of j-hciunatisni Miss Fanij Knox, of llnllaiu nendini; the week with Mrs. J is .M..I - Winchester. 'l...

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