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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 9 September 1916

PAGE FOUR THE CLAYTON NEWS, BATORWAY, 8CTTEISIÍKH 9, 1M6 THE CLAYTON NEWS OITHIAL OFFICIAL rjtrm or dniok corinr PJIPItRTOWK f CXAYTOW CHA 9. P. Si'THKRS (Hit. I Kaitvr mmé Owarr OME DOLLAR PKH YEAR Cntrrcd aa aecond clan matter Octo ber 2. lo, at the poatofflca at Clay ton, New Mexico, under the Act ( March 3, 187. Saturday, SrpU-mbrr !, 1!M8 FOI? WILSON SECTIONALISM CRY REACTS Oil HUGHES: G. 0. by P. Candidate Is Mocked Record of His Own Party in Congress. LAWS ENACTED ARE FOR ALL run PEACE PREPAREDNESS and PROSPERITY Ty Cobb may lie only a ball-play-(), lint lii' is i us ftii'ular about his company ami reputation. .No sooner (iiil lllliihes suoi i ill getting 1 j í ill self pholouraplieil i í: k n j-r liamis with llif bit' ball player, than Ty wired Washington thai be was lirst last ami always for WiNon. No los iiiK buiirli fur Ty. Kvciybiiily seems U want lo run this paper, anil just between you and I, we wish everybody bad the job. tsay sonu'lliiiiK complimentary ibout a puy an...

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. — 9 September 1916

0 T1IK CLAYTON NEWS, SATimniV, SKITEMBFJ 3, 1916 PAGE FIVK TlSOIi'S SERIE TO . t AOERiCA's mm Remarkable Record Set Ferth in Letter by the President on Signing Bill. NEW LAWS; NEW OUTLOOK Farm Loan Act, Federal Reserva Bank, Provisión for Warehouse and Mar- keting Facilities Are Part of Pro gram Executed by Democrats. No administration hns ever done so much to advance the agriculture In terests of the United States as that of President Wilson. The record Is set forth chiefly and effectively In a let ter written by the President to Con gressman A. F. Lever, Chairman of the Committee on Agriculture of the House of Representatives, as tollows: THE WHITE HOUSE. Washington. August 11, 1010. My dear Mr. Lever: It hns given me much satisfaction to approve today the hill making ap propriations for the Department of Agriculture for the fiscal year ending June SO, 1917, and for other purposes, because the bill not only makes very generous provision (for the Improve ment of farm production In ...

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. — 9 September 1916

1'A'ÍK SIX THE CLAYTON NEWS SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 9. W, - Diamond And other sPrts 'Oh I jSMO By "HAWK1' BLUE BEAT .WICHITA RED SOX MIM II c Clayton won a 11 intiiiiK j.-aiiie Iron) tin- Wichita It.'ii Sox. the nil lar (ram of Wichita Kansas, i" one of (lie fastest pames that has ever ticen i!aycil on tlic Clayton diamond tliis year. The score bcinii four to tlncr. Iioth teams iilayeil hall from Mart to finish ami the lans all think thev K"t their money' worh. Knail-ilb-r, the Miles pitcher K"t L'O strike, (.ut to his creiht. wlule Sullivan, the Hi il So pitcher pot til. Kolh teams jilaei league hall all tlie way thru. Some of the fans predicted a paine "calleil on aeco'int of darkness" hut it was avoided when .Morton pot on the thinl sack wilh Miller at hat. Miller conn.-cteil for a clean simile .vcroeiiiL- Morton, with the winnim.' ine. Morris, the seconil haseinan loi ihe jailors pit a In. mm; run in i he seconil innini:, while Mcmor, of Ihe Blurs was a close second with a three hau...

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. — 9 September 1916

HIE CLAYTON NEWS, SATUR1W. KEPTF-iUtER 9. 1916 Vi.""1') PAGK SF.VE.N A Unit ion, Ilonietemlr-rs All kgnl advertising in this paper is read and corroded ac . cording to copy. Read your ad, and if an error is found how ever slight, notify us at one NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Icpartment of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Clayton. N. M.,'July 26, 1916. Notice Is hereby gven that Dona Gaines, formerly Dona Woodward, of Sampson, N; M., who, on August 14, 1913 - made Homestead Entry, Serial No. 016860, for E yk SW M, SE Í4. Sec. 30 and W 'A SW t. Soc. 2, Township 2SN.. Range S3K., N. M. P.Merldlan. ha filed notice of intention to make Three Three Year Proof to establish claim to land above described before Register and Receiver, U. 8. Land Office, at Clay ton, N. M., on the 2th day of Septem ber, 1916. Claimant names as witnesses: Joseph ialr.es. Walter Dumas, Thomas Anstein, William I. Morris, all of Sampson, N. M. 8-26-9-23 Paz Valvcrdé. Register MI'IICK KOK PIBLICATION Department of the ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 9 September 1916

iu üyBi!iMüü (o) cm hb I a This will be the Main Feature During the Fair, so Come Prepared to Stay and see it. ! i 'r " ' i i FFFIFi' UP oi 300 DüokdnlF , - .. . . ... , . ; y V v ; , I . . !'', .. ' ft J" . , Í 1 V ji i?v " I - ; ' & r - Ví i, KP , , .- J ... f ' V ' 1 . í f "' V á 'i-. i. , ... , 4 ' . M . - k .- v; . .. -'. 'i. -' .. .:S "Big Jim" Franklin is the undisputed champion of the South west and is going to try and retain his title against "Big Bill" Hokuf, the coming expert wrestler of the Southwest. This is going to be one of the best wrestling matches that has been pulled off in this part of the state. . "BIG JIM" FRANKLIN HEIGHT 6-1 WEIGHT 220 POUNDS "BIG BILL" HOKUF 'HEIGHT 6-2 WEIGHT 230 POUNDS "u:r, mi a," u jKvf 'BIG JIM" FRANKLIN AT THE M CON TD-QtEATEIR MATCH STARTS AT 9 O'CLOCK SHARP ññm'T UmílET Clayton-, mission Theater, September 20, at 9:GO 7 1. Aim,-;... . . . . ... i fa,.

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 September 1916

Mi.-s di DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME IX. CLAYTON. NEW MEXICO. SATl'RDAY. SEPTEMBER 16, 191G No. M DEMOCRATS AFTER HUGHES Some Plain Questions Asked the Republican Candidate and the G. O. P. in the Volume Just Out. New York, Sept. 11 Candidate Charles E. Hutrhes and the repub lican party are challenged in the democratic national textbook, which came from the press today, to speak out for or against the record of President Wilson and the demo crats. Tim challenge is issued in twenty one brief, direct and pointed ques tions addressed to Mr. Hughes- and the republcans by the democratic national committee and the demo cratic .congressional committee. All the large issues, domestic and in ternational are treated. The ques tons carry the caption, "Appeal for Light for Sixteen .Million Voters: Let Mr. Hughes and the Republican party answer." These questions are:, 1 Do you favor the repeal of the federal reserve act passed by a dem...

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. — 16 September 1916

1-fce Molían war uuatiou I (n ibuif of unit Importan" now tiefor- p -'-mu. JLiueaay. . ArBfcrt' Charle . tScbnlta, all f Tiemii XI u 1-M.t.ll pM TalT.rd. R..t.,;. PAGE TWO THE CLAYTON NEWS, 8ATI RDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1916 LOCAL UNO PERSONAL Attorney J. H. l.nxk of Roy, was h're lliis wiM-k al('niliii(r courL See us before Felling your crops. Four States Seed Co. A. H. Christersoii of the Sedan country, was in Clayton this week. Hufns lladdon, imstiiiatt.T at Cone, was in Clayton Friday and Satur day. J. II. Kilbuni of near Mt. Jora, attend'-d In lilísimas in tin- city Tues day. It. W. Hi-ntly of m-ar Cuales, at tfiidi'd to lnisiiii' i!i tin' city Sat urday. Mrs. Chas. .Mitchrll, visited with friends and rt lativs at Trinidad this week. Jack Zurirk of iwar Clapham, at tend'd to huiins in th' county scat this. wiM'k. Hay, (rain and ground f'iN; the best iiiality at lln- lowest jiricc. ('t it at . . lain illc. Kliin'i- I (avis of l'olsom, was here this week lookiiiK after lnisiness and H...

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. — 16 September 1916

THE CLAYTON M'IVS SATURDAY, SRPTEMBFJR 1G. 1916 PAOS THIUES HUGHES SAYS: WORDS ve. DC EOS A CHRONOLOGIOAL CONTRAST Compiled From Newspaper Reprta . AUGUST Chicago: "If anything In thla cam paign la real It is tht ques tion whathar we want wortia or action Aa I waa 100 per cent. Judge I became 100 per cent, candidato." AUGUST 8t Paul: "Reasonable adequate preparedness la a primary na tional duty and If I am elected I propose to nee that that duty - Is discharged to the credit of the American people." AUGUST 10th. Fargo, N. D. "If elected I ahouhl Washington :-r-The White House an devote ray ability to serving nouni-es that the President will the United States." not take any of the govern ment's time to answer Mr. Huelles' attacks. AUGUST Ismarck, N. D.: I am keenly aware of the Importance of our agriculture prosperity, and I de sire te do all that can be dona to promote that prosperity." market practices and the stor age and financing of crops. AUGUST 12th. Helena, Mont: "The present...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 September 1916

PAGfc FOUR TTZ1 flLAYTON .TTWS SATURDAY, SETTEKnCT 18, THE CLAYTON NEWS orno a v, TJkTtm. or cwio cotJWTT milAL rAPBJlTOWJ! CLATTAN CHA. P. fCTHERS BIGK Mltor 0mi ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR tatarad aa MCond cIih matter Oot br li. ltOI, at tha poatofflca at Clay toa. New Mexico, under the Act 9t liaren I, 117. Saturday, September 19, 1918 FOR WILSON FOR PEACE f and PROSPERITY mtMOCBATIC NATIONAL TICKET FOR PRKHIDEMT Wevdrvw V Maul. KOK VICB PRESIDENT Tacna K. Mama a II DHHOIRATIU KTATK TICKET PRESIDENTIAL. ELECTORS Felix Garcia Jamra Fpioa Jmmt G. Cmm UNITED STATES SENATOR Aadiiena A. Joara REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS W. H. Walton OOVBRNOR K. C. a BACA LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR W. C MeDoaald SECRETARY OK STATE Aataala Lacero TREASURER B. I. Ball LAND COMMISSIONER (rerge A. Oavlaaaa ATTORNEY GENERAL Hrrr I.. Fattoa AUDITOR Mlaorl A. JJIrru siteuinti:nii:t (k irni.ii' INSTRUCTION J. I.. G, Swlanry l-ORI'D RATION COM .MISSION ICR Bonifacio Montosa ASSOCIATE JCSTICK OK SL'- ritKMi: court lll II. I'lrl...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 September 1916

l.'-t S" they T1IK CLAYTON NEWS, SAW BUI AY, SEPTOUtMB VMS PAGE FIVB 11 -oli UP f A A,.J,jjb I will sell at Public Sale, at my place 5 miles East and I mile south of Clayton: 1 mile east of th Kitts school house, on 16 33 15 HEAD OF HORSES AND MULES BROKE AND UN BROOKE CATTLE "1 yearling steer 3 steer calves 1 3-year old cow 1 yearling heifer. 1 P. & 0. Lister, 1 3 gang disc plow, 3 disc go devils, 3 sod plows, 1 molboard plow, 6-sho- vel walking cultivator. TERMS OF SALE: $10.00 and under cash. Over $10-00 a credit of three (3) to six (6) months will be given, purchaser giving note with approve! se curity bearing 12 per cent interest from date. 10 per cent dis count for cash on sums over $10.00. N. B. CAPEN. Owner COL. GEO. GOODYEAR, Auct. C. R. RISER. Clerk LG3BES D SOCIETIES Insare good attendance by prng your meet ing night posted here A. F. A A. M. Clayton Lode No. 23, meeU first and third Saturday even ings in earn month. Visiting Brothers always welcome. F. P. Kilburn, W....

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. — 16 September 1916

I'AíiE SIX TOE CLAYTON NEWS, SATtHDAY. SEPTEMBER 16. 1316 "M v" ! Diamond iAnd other sPorts CLAYTON BLUES TAKE RED SOX FOUR STRAIGHTS I.a.-L Friday, Saturday, Sunday ami Monday tin1 I'laylon H'oj1" w itm-.-il four of tío1 lii'st Ramos that have ln'i'ii playi'il on tlio Clayton Diamond this yi-ar. Tin Clayton I'.lm-s. the uniti-puli'il champions of Northern .Ww Mi-xirii ami Southern Colorado VM-n- Ihi' victors in the four paniM .vriii's played with the Wichita Kansas lled Sox. At times it look oil as thoimti tin' HI ues were :nin to h- left holding tin- ban but when they tightened up and pit down to business they came out of the pinch in Brand style. The quines were all fairly well attended, and Sunday's in particular, there bciiiK (lie larg est crowd at Sunday's game that has attended a bull game in Clayton this season. There wen errors made on both sides, but they were at times with the Hlues when it did not, mat ter much. The lirst name was the feature value of the series, it bein...

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. — 16 September 1916

umc ni-.. .... ." monte X. M, TZZ OLAYTON NEWS, SATl "MUY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1916 PAGE SEYK.N. Attrntion, HomesUwlers All legal advertising in this paper is rend and corrected ac cording to copy. Read your ad, and if an error is found how ever slight, notify U9 at once, NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office at Clayton, N. M., July 26. lilt. Notice la hereby gven that Don Gaines, formerly Iona Woodward, of Sampson, N. M., who, on August 14, 1913 made Homestead Entry, Serial No. 016IC0. for E V, BW Vi. SE VI. Sec. SU and W ',4 SW "4, Sec. 29, Township 28N., Range 33E.. N. M. l'.Merldlan, has filed notice of Intention to make Three Threo Year l'roof to establish claim to land nbove described before Register and Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at Clay ton, N. M on the 26th day of Septem ber, 1916. Claimant names as witnesses: Joseph Gaines, Walter Dumas, Thomas Ansteln, William I. Morris, all mf Sampson, N. M. 8-26-9-23 Pax Valverde, Register 7th day et September...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 16 September 1916

"ir-'fij: liji in lii' ": 1 ;.. an h ai;.' 1 In-'n wi.i. !."ii"' r..:!. :,! ii l"!i lill .' li.ij- ,r; i i ll ai.il ....ilily am iim!i!,!,v i uii;irpa- I hi Hi" ;..ii-y. .j. s i: i:: a In. i Km-iN i.'i.l 1 ! .i i i y 1., .. !. i ;, !"' Ii i lir-y I lii- j.;,-! . . . . i'iiil iíi hay. íi - M.n K.ll'i I l M.l i'f 1 OVIlV ,lí,' lias I . mi i'ni;''.. .'d hi li-ai.h tin U nnl!- m'Iii . , i lir ri ..iin-' I .-ru. !'Tl 1 x i i i .' . rh-.i'kiT ni'! '. i Hi.'va: .! n.:;..' S' .'i al t r í j s ,. liar h; ak.'s ,f Jal". I'I';i;ia ."-Ylf. v. h.i l;a- hm ii i v il IS..I....I ,..,.n ,,..;....t- ,,r,;,i f.. i,,...,... Tt x:'.p r.u:'. ' r, y PA0E FJGHT TSIS CLA1T0N NTEWS, SATUIDAY, SEPTESCCn 16, 1318 .an . s-r T7 T7rA T7r7 í-i vil' V t Jin 1 V-j .: . -r is.M - i ? SEPTE1E TO THIS IS THE TIME TO MEET YOUR NEIGHBORS AND COMPARE EXHIBITS AND LIVE STOCK caca JBTwmBiíifzs-íXJ&x'wirrx-m. .Ta; ssrsat jranrgTa i Good Exhibits, Races, Ball Games and a General Good Time Assured to All cr niaa'jaKfiianKi...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 23 September 1916

mm , DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTSOF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME IX. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, RATI'RDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1916 No. 39 CALL FOR DEMOCRATIC NOSING CONVENTION AND STILL IF.E7 COME " TO PRESIDENT IYILSGÚI That Wilson's clear-headedness, By virtue of the authority in me vested as Chairman or the Democra tic Central Committee of Union Couniy, New Mexico, I hereby call .a nominating' convention of the Democratic Party, of Union County to convene at the court house at Clayton, New Mexico, at 2:00 o'clock in the afternoon of Monday, Oct ober 9th, 1916, for the purpose of nominating candidates for the fol lowing named otllcial positions of Union Couniy: ' Three county commissioners Ono State Senator. Two State Representatives. One Sheriff One County and District Clerk. . One Treasurer. One Assessor. One Probate Judge. One Superintendent of Schools. One Surveyor The various precincts in the County are entitled to the following number of delegates: Pet. No. ...

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. — 23 September 1916

llllsiness lamily o the fair I' Cuales. VAOK TWO HIE CLAYTON NEWS, SATURDAY, SF.PTEMRER 23, 1016 LOCAL O PERSONAL Vis lliisry of iti'iir Vanct", ti lillsirirs ill ('.liiytnll alibis Juan C. Martinez of iH-s Moino?, was a county seat visitor Friday. For turnip aeed that grows, plant H enstl n' 8 seed that succeed. Fermín Miera, was a Clnlyon bus iness visitor Wednesday and Thurs day. Judp J. S. Hnllmiil, of Holland spent several days in the city this week. W. M. Morland of near Wum-lle, attended to business in Clayton this week. lon Carlos Corney nf l-'nlnin, at tended lo business in Chiyl.-n this week. J. s, tended Week. No better wagons made than the T. ;. Mandt and I'eler Schuttler. For sale by CI. 11. ranville. .loe Bl'nvvii of the Centers ill(! Colin 'y, was in the cily 'Cliursdny find Fi iday. I Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Tanner of Hay- j den. spent several ihiys in the city J this week. A. J. I'ayne and A. It. Cloister- 1 SiMl of Seilail, were here ( lie lil'sl of; (lie Week. Col. Win...

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. — 23 September 1916

TIIK CLAYTON NEWS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 191(5 PAGE THREE First Annual Cowboys' General Round-up Tiicumrari, N. M., Sept. II Ex tensive arrangements are being inadt) by Ouay county citizens for a big Cowlioys' Round-up to be held in Tupumcari, October 3, I, 5, which will provide three days of Wild West entertainment in the shape of bron cho luistiiiK- contests, fdetjr rop ing, ster bull-dogging, horse races wild mule races, novelty races, etc. $.T00 is cash prizes are being offered and the affair promises to be one oT the best entertainments ever staged in Eastern New Mexico. A splendid half mile race track has been constructed a short dis tance from the "business center of Hie city, which will be in good shape in time for the Itoumlup. The program provides good prizes and additional entertainment is con templated in the nature of a car nival at night, good band concerts aeroplane flights or ballonn ascen tions, dances and a boxing exhibi tion. Those desiring programs, list of eve...

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. — 23 September 1916

e par te hir-l PAGE rOÜR TOR (1. KYI ON NEWS. SATURDAY, SEPTFJkCnrJR 3fi, MM THE CLAYTON NEWS official, rrmrviioiivovm ornciAi. rircit town r cxatton CRAB. P. SVTHERS IIIH ONE DOLL AH PEIl YEAR Entered as aeoond class matter Octo ber 2Í. at the postofflce at Ciar ton. New Mexico, under the Act ( March 1. 187. Salurtluy SrpU-niber Z'l, J9I6 I. 4A f to Mitt b V.V V V V If k fVi--- u cok..- . NY. W4EWI F03 J WILSON elW-V and TOR IS-V PEACE "v. ? PROSPERITY Mjt DRMUI'HATIt: NATIONAL TICKET FOli l'lUOSIDF.NT Wooilrovr Wllnt.,, KUK VJCK l'UESlDKNT Thomna It. Manaball IIKMOI'IIATIV MATH TK'KKT niEKiiniNTiAL, ki.kctors Fella (arela Jantea -. I ptoa Joae U. Chaves UXITKD STATES SHNATOR Andrlrna A. Joara REntESKNTATIVK IN CONGRESS AV. II. AValtoa GOVERNOR K. ". de HACA LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR V. C. McDonald SECRETARY OF STATE AbIobIo L.neer TREASURER II. L. Hall LAND COMMISSIONER Ueorce A. Itavlaaea ATTORNEY GENERAL Harry L.. 1'atton AUDITOR Mlsurl A. Otero SUPERINTENDENT OK 1'UBI-IC INSTRUCTION ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 23 September 1916

TITK CLAYTON NEWS AATlVtHAY, PF.PTT.MnER, 23. 1918 fA(iK MfX Pill If I will sell at Public Sale, at my place 5 miles East and 1 mile south of Clayton: 1 mile east of the Kitts school house, on Monday, Oct. 16 15 HEAD OF HORSES AND MULES KKOKK AND ONHUOKE QTTLE 1 yearling steer 3 steer calves 1. 3 -y ear old cow 1 yearling heifer. IMPLEMENTS 1 P. & 0. Lister," 1 3 gang disc plow, 3 disc go- ! devils, 3 sod plows, 1 molboard plow, 6-sho-vel walking cultivator. LOOSES UNO SOCIETIES Insure good attendance -by peeping your meet ing njght posted here A. F. A A. M. .Clayton Lodge No. 23, meets llrsl nnd third Saturday even iiifls I each month. Visitinn llrnlhrrs nlwnys welcome. F. P. Kilburn, W. M. M. I. Harvey, Scc'y. TERMS OF SALE: $10.00 and under cash. Over $10-00 a credit of three (M) to six (6) months will be given, purchaser giving note with approved se curity bearing 12 per cent interest from date. 10 per cent dis count for cash on sums over $ 10.00. I r u. F. Clayton I.otlrjc ...

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. — 23 September 1916

I PAGE SIX THE CLAYTON NEWS SATlTtDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 191(5 SUFFRAGISTS CERTAIN OF DEMOCRATS' HELP Leaders Resent Efforts to Turn the Cause Into an Adjunct of Republican Party. WON OVER BY PRESIDENT i Hava Come Here to Fight WITH You," He Tell Them "Wilton Voted for Suffrage; Hat Hughes?" Asked One. Western women tvlttj Imvp lm tlie tuillnt i ipially lili the men fur w-veral .venrs resent the Interferenee of one of the faction of miff racista muí the nt teniit to turn the tuifTruge cause Into nn adjunct of the Keptililiciin party. They lielieve they know how to vote without helos told hy women who never Iiml the vote; mid they refuse to turn ngiilnst the Democrats who have I'mie so iniieh for their cause In their lespeetlve suites. Tlili nttitude is hroucht out clciitly In tin Interview hy Nixohi (ireeley Sinltli. ntitioniilly tirominetit ns 11 writer on the stuff of the New YorK World, with Mrs. Alexmtder Thomp son, lietiiixriitic National I 'ommittec man from Oreuon, and Mis. There...

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. — 23 September 1916

THE CLAYTON NEWS, SATl IU)AY. SEPTEMBER 2.T, 1916 PAGE SEVEN r- AUrntion, Homesteaders All li'pal advertising in this paper is read and corrected ac cording to copy. Read your ad, and if an error is found how ever slight, notify us at once NOTICE FOli PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office at Clayton, N. M.. July it. 1911. Notice la. hereby even that Dona Gaines, formerly Dona Woodward, of Sampson, N. M., who, on August 14, 1913 mad Homestead Entry, Serial No. 016l0, for E H SW hi. SB hi. Sec. 30 and W hi SW hi. Sec. 29. Township 28N., Range 33B., N. M. P.Merldlan, has filed notice of Intention to make Three Three Tear I'roof to establish claim to land above described before Register and Receiver, V. & Land Office, at Clay ton, N. M., on the 26th day of Septem ber, 1916. Claimant nnmes as witnesses: Joseph Gaines, Walter Dumas, Thomas Ansteln, William I. Morris, all of Sampson, N. M. 8-26-S-23 l'as Valverde, Register NOTICE OK PUBLICATION State of New Mexico s...

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