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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 19 August 1916

PACK KIGUT un; clayton m us, sm nnAY ai ci st in ion. lIU. Ü E Uj ILj 3 if 1 1 TI J Ü a I ALEDOM C A AN ILW A i i!.3iiD JUST RECEIVED FULL CARLOAD BEAN HARVESTERS- SEE THEM-YOU WEED OWE WOODMANSE WIND MILLS, FULL COMPLETE LINE WINDMILLS AND PIPE J ( ( f WE I AMPLE THE FAMOUS SWASTSA PUT IN YOUR STORAGE COAL NOW. ON ACCOUNT OF CAR SHORTAGE ON RAIL- ROADS COAL WILL BE HARD TO GET THIS WINTER. PETER SCHUTTLER & T. G. MANDT WAGONS We carry a complete line of Binders, Mowers and Farm Implements. Hay, Grain, Salt and Oil Ga!3 CLAYTON, in ii i? i i . i a i i mm . m . HEW MEXICO If 1 E Í is 1 r t i

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. — 26 August 1916

mm DEVOTED TO VOLUME IX. THE JUDGE'S OPINION In the District Court of the Eight Judicial district of .New Mexico, sit. ting within and for tho County of I' nion. y talc of New Mexico, Ex ltd., ) j vs No. I7.1. Robert T. Mansker, Shoriif ' ! Stilt.' of New Mexico, Ex ltd., No ) . 1088. Hubert T. .Mansker, Sheriff ) OPINION As the grounds for a change of venue from thus District to the Fourth Juliicial district are substan tially the same in the two above entitled cases, the Court will lile the same apininn and ordered in each case. Hriefly stated, the grounds upon which the defendant, bases his ap plication for a change of venue are, that the Judge oí thi court is a ninterial witness in his behalf: dial the Judge of Court is biased and prejudiced against him. and, when the defendant Was suspended from ollice. the .Indue of Ibis Court appointed one, T. J. Crumley, who was a '"bitter partisan enemy .if the defendant", as acting- sheriff, and Ibat defendant fears that with the Judge of ...

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. — 26 August 1916

PAGE TWO Tin: C LAYTON NEWS, STl RDY AUGUST 2fi. 1916. . "LOCAL MID PERSONAL ' M. V. Hunilcy is buildinti an ad dition to li is house. Karl i'.wii of ( iklahuinu Cily ;s vi-itin II. C. Mel-'adden. J. V. Horn Iff t Monday for a business trip to Amarillo. Mrs. M. C. (aun of l-'olsuni visited friends in Clayton this week. J. J. Mfiilalt of near Cuates, was in t ho city 1 1 1 fm-e part .f tho week. Clair A. Roberts returned last week from a business trip to St. Louis. Geo. W'íljiíiis, of Kenton, Ukla., is spending It- week in Clayton on bus iness. I. I'oiniiiKuiv. of At' iirin, attended to business Lore the first of the week. James W'alsoii of Trinidad, has ac cepted a position with Wln-rrilt iV Campbell. II. II. Holt (1 liueyeros, was a business visitor to tho County Seat this week. V. I!. Herald of near ratulvievv, was a Clayton visitor and trailer Thursday. W. C. l.arnhnrt, the popular mer chant, made a business trip to Trin idad, Monday. Attorney C. I.. Collins returned Wednesday fr...

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. — 26 August 1916

THE 'CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY AUGUST 26. 19IB. PAGE THREE ROUND ABOUT GRENYILLE Mrs. V. Steele visited her danght r, Mrs. Laura Stone, Saturday. This vicinity was visited with a heavy rain Saturday and Sunday, but the people are almost afraid it has come to late to do much god. Several of our men have returned from the harvest fields in Kansas. Mr. Anderson of near Dallas, Tex as, arrived in this community for an extended visit with friends. Miss lialdwin of near Spread Lake Texas, came in Thursday to visit her brother fan I his family near Sofia. A. J. Robinson is building an ad dition to his house. , Mrs. Lee Dx is helping Mrs. Rob enson, while they are building. Mr. Douglas of Henry, Tenn., is visiting his son and family, J. Douglas, for an indefinite time. A jolly crowd met at K. V. Jacobs Friday evening to practice for the coming play to be held at Grenville September 28. Mrs. Geo. Eberly was a passenger it Clayton Thursday from there she will go visit ltev. Olmrn and family for ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 26 August 1916

PAGE FOUIt T1IE CLAYTON NEWS, STI RIAY At'íil'ST 2fi. 1916. THE CLAYTON NEWS OFFICIAL OFFICIAL PAFFJt OF I'MOS COVXTY PAPKR TOWS XAYT ( HAS. P. HITHER IHK.II F.4tt Vvrmtr O.NE IMJLLAH l'EK YEAH Jiiter-d as second clans matter Octo ber 2. 1H0S. t the portofflre lit Clay ton, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3. 1ST9. Saturday, August '-'. IHlti An.l Ora. tli" poor lit t ! fraz.led out fail of Van lloulen's Kite, is try ing lo i vini'o louiral people tliat ho is good mati'i'ial for district at torney. It is our opinion that the people do not want, t ilistriit attor ney who has to In; uiaiiiluiuused to at tend to thi'ir business. Contributor Hit Mark Tin' delegation has returned, jini my ami all. ami iiiuin is tip- wold. We haven't seen them all. but tlnf: we have seen appear to be ashaiueil of their part in the liasen. "How was the r. invention, judge?" "Well, now. buy, it, was, well, vell:-0. you know ; well, we couldn't il i any worse; ami poor Sec. Well, well, you know how it is."...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 26 August 1916

TIIR CLAYTON NEWS, SATl'KDAY AlT.l ST 2fi. 1316, pake FIVE 11 M N ri n M II II ri ii n ti M a ii M ri u ri 11 II II 11 M M t3 II tl tí t1 II U tl II 11 tl M II ri 14 M ti tl n tl li n u ti ti ti ti M li fcl u M u ta ta ti SEE w. Do UM n " ri tii Ml nl n n H El M n n M a n n M n El S3 p n n ri n u 11 11 a !3 n 11 H ri 11 ia II M SOL SLICK'S SOLILOQUY Sit(l" of Syosset Laments (he Itcpub licuii Cumthlate's Loquacity On Subjects He Knows So Little About For Plumbing and Tin Work. Well Casing; Tanks of all Sizes. Stove Pipe, Hot Air Furnances, Metal Ceiling of all Kind. Water Troughs. , TIN AND GALVANIZED ROOFS ! "Well, I see Mucin' lias taken to kiddin' himself," saiij tin.' Hun. Sol. Slirk, if Syossct, I,. I., today when j lie hail read the speech tif areept lance reeenlly delivered by the Ite publican aspirant for the Presiden cy in Mew York City before T. Itoos ' evi'll ami hopeful ailhcrants. " sure waded through th' most of t Mat stuff an' believe me, any my that can talk that way...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 26 August 1916

PAGE SIX THE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY AlT.t'ST 2fi, MIS. XOTIf'K M)R PI BI.ICATIOH lirpartmi-nl of the Interior. U. H. Itad ttftlr at 'lH'lon, N. M.. July 27.1S16. Notlre I hrl.v clvrn thst Hurry W. I'tllfrmn, of Psttf-rson N. M., who. on April . 1912. made Hommtenil Kntry. Hrlal No. U14')0, for l.ot 2. 3. 4. and MW l, NK H, H (j NW V W SW 1-4. Fertlon 1. Township 25N.. Hunge SOK., N. M. I". Meridian, hits filed notice of In tention to innkr Three Vear 1'roof. to estntillsli flaltn to the land nbove des cribed hefore Iienlfter and Iterelver, lr. R Land OfTlre at Clayton. N. M., on the 2tll day of hepteinlier. 1SI. t'lntniunt names as wtnenwi: iconic Knut. J. K. Scott. A. T. Atc-h-Ity, Albert W. litt-rson. rill of l'atter oh, N. M. -L'6-!-'J.1 I'ai Vnlverili-. iieKl'ter STANDARD OF THE WORLD Now is tin' time to i 1 1 1 in your winter oiiioii sets. Uuy seed that MlCCeecl. II. HlTli in Seed C. From one hundred lhouand to H quarter of a million. is the urowtli of tlif Stat'- Bank of Comme...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 26 August 1916

THE CLAYTON NEWS. STIRDY AIGIST 21!. I!)16. r.M.E SEVEN PROFESSIONAL And BUSINESS DIRECT ORY Of Union County ' HILL BROTHERS TRANSFER, LIVERT. STOR AGE AND CONTINEN TAL OIL. CLAYTON, N. M. DR. J. C. SLACK PH1SICTA.N ANU SURCiEOX Specialist la Diseases Wh Hour 9 to 11 a. m. 2 to 4 p. m. I'HOXE 64 CLAYTON H. B. Woodward F. Ó. Blue WOODWARD & BLUE Attorneys aad Counsellors at Law Telephone Exchange Building R. M. RL'BOTTOM Auctioneer Will Cry Sales Anywhere at Any Time Grrnille - New Mex. l)It. C. E. KELLER Dentist Over Dean's Bakery O HI re Phone 101 II Clayton COL. J. A. SOWERS Auctioneer Wrile or Phone for hates K. O. Address: WANETTE, N. XL EI)V. W. FOX For Sixteen Years Register of the United States LBnd Of fice at Clayton, N. M. CKMlllAI, LAM) PRACTICE Entries, Contests, and Final Troofs. Plats and Abstracts Promptly Attended to. STATE LAND SELECTIONS A SPECIALTY Office i National Hank Building COL. E. U. JACOBS Auctioneer MOST EXPERIENCED IN UN ION COUNTY Satisfaction Guaran...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 26 August 1916

PAGE EIGHT R: I K 2 Í I THE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY AlGtST 26, 1916. wímmmi ri i miiii nr r . 'mtmmamsi , G o G RAW VIL 1Ü, CA 0 MA 1 3 i AN MA WF7 nnir JUST RECEIVED FULL CARLOAD BEAN HARVESTERS. SEE THEM -YOU NEED ONE WOODMANSE WIND MILLS, FULL COMPLETE LINE WINDMILLS AND PIPE 17 I 1 in A M0US W ASTEA PUT IN YOUR R PETER I0W. ON ACCOUNT OF CAR SHORTAGE ON RAIL BE HARD TO GET THIS WINTER. R & T. G. MANDT WAGONS We carry Ha J CLAYTOl i El i r" r.i'v.'i'.; ,4 ne of Binders, Mowers and Farm Implements. Salt and Oil Cake. t . GRAIPIJI NEW MEXICO r , 1 r IL. 9 ': 1 5 J i 1 i I i S if R -

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 September 1916

i ( DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTSOF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME IX. CLAYTON. NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY, SEPTEMRER 2. 19tfi- No. 38 1 VICE-PRESIDENT MARSHALL FROM LATEST PHOTOGRAPH . " ' ' -y " . '"v ; , J- .. . . "- ,'i.V"!,'.'iV 1 r.f- -' WICHITA HEI) SOX COMING . Next Sunday, Monday and Tues day will see Clayton in one of the fastest series of base ball games that lias been played on the Clayton dia mond this season. This will be one of the fastest teams that Clayton has Kone up against this year. This is one of the all-star teams of Kansas. Let everyone come and help beat them out of at least two of the three games if not the full three. Don't forggt the dates: September .10, 11, and 12. Jurors Drawn By Judge Leib The fololwing grand and petit jur ors were drawn lor the September term of district court. GRAND JURY John Spring, T. S. Spencer, George A. Fowler, Jr A. H. Dean, Francisco Gallegos, Bruce Sayre, Mercellino Trujillo, A. W. Tanner, Jose V. Mar tine...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 September 1916

TITO.""' tn toppy red baga, 5c; tidy PAGE TWO i . Tin: CLAYTON NEWS, f 1 1 HF1AY. 8LPTKMnF.il 2. 191(5 . --i LOCAL AND PERSONAL - 1 lion Melton li ft Tliumlay for (uy. where In will leach this winter. Mrs. Torn .N'irlinl left Muiulay for Trinirinil. K. ruptor, left Moiwlay for lo. scnvillc, li-x.H., C.;r t liran ju.-t rvreivi'il. I'mir Stales Sceil Co. Mr. Paz Valvrrili; spi-nt two days in Trinidad IIih wi'fk. ('.has. Hunt, wife and small son. of lone, spent Friday in Clayton. li. It, reeii, special land ap-nt, spent the week ill the MoS'piero country. Mrs. V.. C. l'.rislol and little ,lani.h ter, reliirueil .Mmnhiy, from a visit with relatives in Mississippi. V. II. Coinley of Wichita Kansu, was a linsine-s ímIí,p and sihtsi r in C.hl toil this week. Mrs. Kd II. I'.rown. ai; I ilati-ht t Ilertha, spent ' Imr-iliiy wilh Mrs. Paz alerdo. l!ean are liiuli. we huv Ihem m bulk. See is. otto-.liihn-on Mer cantile CoMpaiiy. Dr. .1. 'A' i : muí left rimrsd.i-.' for (ren ,!. where ho will o...

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. — 2 September 1916

THE CLAYTON NEWS, fc VI l It HAY, 8EPTEMHI.ll 2. 1916. PAGE THREE ROUND ABOUT THE COUNTY SEDAN Monday night this part oT the coun ty was visited by a heavy rain, ac companied with hail und very keen lightening. Uriggs and Dimnc had two lino colts and a good work im.-c killed b the lightening and in tho same storm J. H. Shilling lost two horses killed by the lightening. s Hcbford Makers mother of near caused hy a strokeo neETAOI.NET Sedan, died very early Sunday morn ing with a stroke of paralysis, age 72, Interment was made at the Thomas Ometary, Sunday afternoon. GRENV1LLE PENNINGTON If you see anyone looking for pros perity send them out to l'ennington. When it conies to farming the l'en- ninglon people are "setting there". We understand the Pennington school will commence September 5. Mr. Lockhart has purchased a new Ford car and is now on a trip to Oklahoma. Mr. Fagan and family of Hamlin, Texas, have returned home after an extended visit with relatives. M. L. I'agett, M. L. Ogl...

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. — 2 September 1916

PAGE FOUR TI IE CLAYTON NEWS. f?A ft KHAY. FEPTEMBFJl 2. 1916. THE CLAYTON NEWS OFFICIAL rAPBft OF VítlOI COl'KTY OFFICIAL FAFEHTOWK ICXATTO! (HAS. P. ITHERS (HIGH) Eilttt Omn ONE IX) LLAR PEIl YEAR ínter second cli mfttter Octo ber It. lG, at the poetofflce at Clay ton, New Mexico, under the Act of March I, ". Saturday, September 2, l'J16 Consistency, thou art a jewel; but as practiced by our contemporary, thou art like unto Wight's prunes, wormy. According to a prominent repub lican, Hob Ervin should receive three Vote in I'nion county Eil Mitchell, Eufracio (allego and Chris Otto. President Wilson has signed the formal deed of acceptance by which the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln at llodíansvillo, Ky., is turned over to the United States government. This ouhl to arouse .Mr. Hughes to new attacks on the "sectionalism" that acquires (he birthplace of a man born south of tin' Ohio river. Why not deprecate all this? Why not a campaign of gloom? Why so much joyousness and ela tion? .M...

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. — 2 September 1916

.'I TTIK CLAYTON NEWS, SATflUHV. " SEPTEMBER 2. 1916. PAGE FIVJC u M El n ti I! II . t M El El EI If El (1 M El El El II II I 11 El ri El ti ft 11 El U El M El El ri ti El ti 11 U 3 ti 13 El U ra a ti El El M ri ti II 13 n ta ti ra N a an ri i9 SEE w. 5 C7 7 I n 11 ri ti CI n n ti ti n n ti n ti u n ra u n H n t: n n For Plumbing and Tin Work. Well Casing; Tanks of all Sizes. Stove ripe, Hot Air Furances, Metal II H Ceiling of all Kind. Water Troughs. j TIN AND GALVANIZED ROOFS n a ti u CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO 1 a ti ti E3 zanaaaQQacQQQQnESDassQncnQ&QaacacnQaDaQncBaQnDB SLlíi SLAV1N SAYS WE II WE "ilDASES" Pays His Hespcrt to "Dlsloyals" anil Sissywissles" Who Lose Their o (iovrniment Jobs ami Then Whine Deeriig BUers New Styly, Light Draft and Long Life W!2::i:!ii;ai:!K::a::i:ii!:: The machine that can do all the work is the one you want and the Deering Corn Harvester is the one that wins for the corn may be tall rv c;ort. It is a mighty poor machine that cannot handle the tail but...

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. — 2 September 1916

I -'V ; '; . -.'.f-?"?r .V. IFTm'Vvíi' í .. I Co. - 1 . . t II, l;..' lair. i :- ::l,.r , . . . !i ,-. .. !.!! ni l-.e. 3ia: '. . II I Nati ii in;. I l:-.. I i ).ut i:i yo'.ir l:.:y Seed ilt.it i'l Seeil I'l. PAGE SIX THK CLAYTON NEWS, SUURDAY, SEPTEMRER 2, Clinton Wi'll Iriirrsshi0 I M''i'"',t' 1 A. A - - "ff STANDARD OF THE WORLD Tin cily well tliat is Im-iiik tlrilli-il T mar I lie IíkIiI plant is lii-in rtislinl rnpiilly us pnfsilili". TIh'v an1 & nvii sume 55 fi'i't mu) would liiivt'l? tii'i-ii (i r r liinl tln-y nut liail i'""- T .iiliTiiblf truuMi' with (lie rocks uml S lnvakau''. 'I'lii' well wln-n rmiplctuil T !nmlil rurnisli rmiiili wali r tn sup- f jily tin" city. Hume Ci'iiiinniM's Chili THE MARKET PLACE where ruyir am) seller meet in their own homes hate, 1 word; 1 time; 1 cent pti'llitliT f till' ll- I'rii'.'i un fur Salurilay, ." X'COIlll. Mr. .Ii'iniin'- In -t''-s i lirttT linllli', Tall.--Infantil.' P;tral -is. 1'!'. I:in i.'l. Ili'pnrl ItiMii tin' liii Pir r Mi...

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. — 2 September 1916

M. Rupp, s-26-9-23 I Mir THE CLAYTON NEWS. SATUU . SEPTK.linF.lt 2. l!Mfi- r.uiK sr:vF.. PROFESSIONAL And BUSINESS DIKFXT OllV Of Union County ' HILL CltüTlll ItS TRANSFER. LIVERT, STOR AGE AND CONTINEN TAL OIL. CLAYTON, N. .11. 1)11. J. C. SLACK PHYSICIAN AMI Sl'HUKO Specialist Ib llliraurl f Women Hours 9 to 11 a. m. 2 to 4 p. m. PHONE 64 CLAYTON H. II. Woodward F. O. Blue WOOUWAIll) & HIA'E Attorneys and Counsellors at Law Telephone Exchange Building U. .11. HI BOTTOM Alll'UoiU'lT Will Cry Sain Anywhere at Any Tiniu Gmivillc - Now Ilex. 1)11. C. E. KELLEIt Dentist Over 1 ean's Bakery Olllce Phone 10111 Clayton COL. 3. A. SOWEHS Auctioneer Write or Phono for líales l O. Address: WAXETTE, N. M. EDW. W. FOX For Sixteen Years Register of the United States Land Of fice at Clayton, N. M. ;ki:hi. i.A.xn practice Entries, Contests, and Final I'roofs. Plats and Abstracts Promptly Attended to. STATE LAND SELECTIONS A SPECIALTY Oftleet National Ilnnk HiiiliilnK COL. E. V. JACOBS Am-tion...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 2 September 1916

PAGE EIGHT X 'i t 4 , i i a 1 1 B É l fl TIIK CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. 131S. CAIBOMA AN THE CALEDONIA IS ACKNOWLEDGED THE PEER OF ALL HARVESTERS. SEE THEM-YOU NEED ONE WOODMANSE WINDMILLS, FULL COMPLETE LINE WINDMILLS AND PIPE IT...-- . I Í "i Í1 vv I I A ft SF T FA Mi W inn Put in Your Storage Coal Now. On Account of Car Shortage on Railroads Coal Will be Hard to Get this winter. We don't believe there will be a strike, but the disturbance is going to cause a transporta tion shortage, and in consequence coal will advance in price. Now is the time to buy in your winter supply. PETER SCHUTTLER & T. G. MANDT WAGONS We carry a complete line of Binders, Mowers and Farm Implements. Hay, Grain, Salt and Oil Cake CLAYTON, ! G. G. GRA i 1Í7 NEW MEXICO r- I i A I ij - 9 r : 4 8 E "1 51

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 9 September 1916

THE S'. ACRE HOMESTEAD LAW HAS BEEN PASSED BY THE DEMOCRATIC CONGRESS ANO StGNTD BY PRES19ENT WÜODR0W WB.SON. "Iiaffl8 V8 WOROS. PI DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTSOF GOOD C ITT ZENS Ml AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME IX. CLAYTON. NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 19W No. 37 Platform of the Democratic Party of New Mexico for 1916 Campaign i - i:.. i.. 9 4 1... lill ITIIIVLiaiH.' I'aiij ji nil. iitate Of Now Mexico, in convention assembled, at Santa Fe, tliis 30tti day of August, 1'JIG, hereby reaffirm our allegiance to the principles r.f Democracy as practiced by our na tional Democratic administration, and as declared in the Democratic platform adopted n convention at St.. Louis on June 15, tOlti. We heartily endorse the national Democratic administration in its en actment of the greatest banking and curreury law the country has ever had'and particularly in view of the complete failure of tlu Republican party in its behalf ; .tí the reforma tion of the tariff after the Republi...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 9 September 1916

PAGE TWO THE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 9. 1916 LOCAL AND PERSONAL Üi uoks is on tlic sick Mis Iitltii' list Car of bran just n-ccivcd. Four Statos Swl Ik). C. F. Klult. of li'-ar Thomas, spent Wcdncmlay in Clayton. Wf i;iy cash lor nil your products. rVo w. (Itto-Johiisoii Merc. Co. W. A. (rt'Koi'y and wife of near Orandvirw, w.-re in tti- city Friday. Will J. Woods of Amistad, attend ed to busiiu'8 in tin" city, Saturday. F.mi'lio 1'aclnTo of the Cuate country sjM-nt Wednesday in Clay ton. Hubert Fowlkes and tlaui-diter of near Sedan, were in the oily, Thurs day. L. H. Fans of near uy fl"'iit Wed nesday in Clayton, attendinu' to busi ness. Miss Helen llunn, of Trinidad, is the truest of Mrs. I'a Yalw-ril-', lliis week. See us about oil t:ake. If you buy from us you know you will wl it. Otto-Johnson Mercantile Co. John Itartlett of near Vance, at tended to business in the city Wed nesday. Miss 'less I'eal, assistant postmas ter it. Oalharl isit.-.l m Uayl-m, Saturday. In-. C...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 9 September 1916

TR AMPAROS THE CLAYTON NEWS. SATURDAY, SEPTESIBER 9. 1316 AGE THREE ROUND ABOUT THE COUNTY GRENV1LLE Mrs. Nnyles has been en llio sick li.'.t thi! past wei'k. Mrs. Thorp, of Tliorp Spring, IVx. who has bcon visiting her son, I. V. tlif past nioslli was called home last Wednesday by the illnes of her son, John. John While and I)cc Larmaur made a buiness t rii to I ts Moines, Thursday. The dance at Harmons last Thurs day evening was a most enjoyable affair. .Mr. and Mrs. K. Pearce spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. E. Grites. Violet 1 irewer went with Glanard and Fay Pearce to visit Margurite school Thursday Mrs. Walter Jungbluth who is now teaching school at I)edman came in Saturday noon to visit over Labor day with her husband. Mr?. K. Pearce and Mrs. E. Ca" anaugh were in town WeilneiJay vis iting and shopping. Mr. and Mrs. E. U. Scott celebrated their wooden anniversary August 31. A most bountiful dinner was prepar ed and a goodly number of useful and practical presents were pre sent...

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