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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 13 March 1915

1 town orouertv and farm bilis. Interejt 8 i -r. I', s. I.ainl oil'u-.., .. . 1 s . f l.ncliind. Col.... I Wollutliil uieli The illlllltlllin I'i tllork N..v ; Jl) Nci fS llrih a-! A. Lrv j m. N tl(il ,,,.1;lv thl. ,r.,,(1. , hrcs () ner C In rut tO rvny (It- t'li'iT -intl flu- ii,W I he f lion hit litre rt col (ltd I ivd llmht, all of Thomit.. N M. J 6-t-lo Pax VaJverde, Reaiater. r v Patterson A 1 1 uIiIih r if near Jet, Okla homa, is visiting J. K. Scott mul latinly. Mr. kikI Mrs. Al'iert Patterson, mid Mr. mid Mrs. Jess Crosby, visitrd Sunday with Mr. mid. Mrs. .less Beeoher. NVm. Oates and family visited Sunday at t lie home nf 'I'. G. Ural mi. Mrs. 1 .11 urn Fairbanks nf Cherokee, Oklahoma, is viititij her tlmilnei , Mrs. (íeorjje Knst. Mrs. J. '.. Scott, Delbert I'attcr- m.ii, and Olc.n Kn.,t havr been ..u 0ne Famec' F(" ,,s ' H I Had a Slicing History the sick li-t for Severn I dajs, hut nil j rvl,nM , ,,,! , ,ht. M,.,llter .ire recovering nmidlv. i rnncun which Ins ri líiif...

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. — 13 March 1915

r rafes THE CLAYTON NEWS OFFICIAL PAPER OF UNION COUNTY that his retirement as a political forecaster would seem inevitable. It seems, however, that he is again on the job, only to meet with the same cheerful results that accom panied previous efforts. This na tion does not have to depend on SUTHERS & DURAN, Proprietors Chai. Suthers, Editor ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR any republican in the white house Cntarrd aa Second Claaa Mattar October lita at tba Peat Office at Clayton. N. at., umler the Act of March 3rd. 1879. fcr its prosperity. The days of republican prosperity have become ancient history. El Faso (Tex,) Times. SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1915 Senator Barth is our kind of a democrat full of Jeffersoniati prin ciple, ginger and fight. The Mate legislature, or what was alleged to have been the state legislature, adjourned the 12th iust , having spent the allotted sixty days principally engaged in bringing disrepute to the state. One thing is sure it is a thing of the past- Governor McDon...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 13 March 1915

ill .ill J l v . P i 7 r r? I i wwim w i'J murium. wwmm.mjm O IVa EIRCG-0 AN! "Seeds that Succeed" WEST GROWN NON -mm GATED 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 Riven us and assure you that all orders, whether large or small, shall have our most careful attention ABOUT GUARANTEE. Our seeds are all carefully selected and tested as to vitality. Ail 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 tests made Then if you are not satisfied and will notify us within five days of receipt of shipment we are willing to re iund the money paid for them and take the seeds back We can entertain no claim after five days or after seeds have been planted, as seeds of the best quality often fail through various causes beyond human control; there fore we give no warranty, expressed or implied, as to descri...

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. — 13 March 1915

Local and Personal Dim Abel Martines spent several Vt in (lie city thii week. Kd. Wight of the Corrumpa, at ndetl to business in the city Tburs '7 and Friday. Ilerzstein Seed Co. for your onion ti and seed potatoes, all varieties. Don Alfredo Delgado, deputy U . marshal, spent several das in the ty thu week. E. L. Mall and Joe Gaines, both f near Sampson, attended to busi est in .he city this week. f Thr Oitv Dru Store it the place have prescriptions properly tilled. nlv pure drus, and Dr. Ha)don oe the work. W. H. (Billy) Lynch squared hiw :lf this morniiiK by extending his jbscription to The News. They all ke it. Sudan Grass Seed for Suit', .'0 euts pourd. Grown by the North Yxns Iiud Co., '1'exline, Texas. Jack Duran, editor of The Swas ika at Des Moines, was in the ounty seat lliii wek a witneta be e oimi ict court. John King, the Folsom stockman tttendeil to business in the county teat this week. Our stock of toilet preparations is joinplete, price ex ictly right. We nave it. C...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 13 March 1915

Attention, Homesteaders All Irral advertlalng In this paper la read and eorrerted accord ir to copy, Road your ad and if an erro found, however alight, notify ua at onre- NOTICE OF C0NTE8T Department of tha Interior, United State Land Office. Clayton. N. M-. February 19, 1915. To Alphon. Nirlin C6506 of Clayton, N. M Conteatee: Yoil are herohy notified that William E. Hohhe who aiveeTimnath, Colorado, aa hia poEt-oft'.ce addreaa. did on January 22nd, 1015. file in thia office hia duly corroborated application to con teat and aecttre tha cancellation of your li'.me atead Entry. Serial No. 07:119 made May 4th, I'lH for EH of NWV, Sec. 27, Tov. nahip 2, N. Ranire 34 E. N. M. P. Meridian, and a irroiinda for hia contest he allcirea that Alphona Sirlin hua wholly abandoned aaid claim for a period of over aix moiitha, and aaid defaulta continue down to date of Ihia affidavit. Ybu are, therefore, further mtl fiod that tho said alii gntiong will be tmken as! confessed, and your üd entry wil...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 13 March 1915

f Store for Uomen&Clrls A Store for AAen & Boya Vi Jf SIAION HERZSTEI N Cloy ton's Only Ready-to-Wear Store Of Millinery for Wom?n and Children dresses, Waists & Etc. This Store is creating much talk among tre wcrcen of this community. They say that we are selling ready-to-wear goods as cheap as they can buy the material and it's an actual fact, and the Men & Boy's say "Gee! Look at the clothing." the minute they enter this store, 'snd the prices cause them to exclaim you are selling "em right now! and we are, men suits $7.50 to $25. CO ,3 : Silk Waists $1.10 We are showing aline assortment of pretty I .ace Trimmed wash able Waists for V,d?.t. er wear, made of silk Voiles and Nets, your elmiee for $1 0 see he Waists we sell Jit 50c SERPENTINE CRETE KIMONOS Tne crepe these Kirnonos are made of retails at 25c a yard, it takes 6 yards to make a Kimono's made of this Serpentine Cr. pe, choice 1.50 Gingham Aprcns 25c Fast colors. hiah voke Lengths or waist Easter Neck tie...

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. — 20 March 1915

N DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. Volume VIII Clayton, New Mexico, Saturday, Marco 20. 1915 No. 12 THE CLAYTON EWS High School Minstrels What will undoubtedly be one of the best shows ever seen in tbe local opera house will be presented on Monday evening when the High School strident put on their Orient Hi Lady Minstrels and Black Faced Men. The whole evening will be devoted to fun and music with an abundance of local hits on celebri ties well known It happens that the four boys selected for the end nu n fit the parts well and the show will be a memorable one. Seats can be reserved at Rose's Drug Store up to Monday evening at six o'clock, but no seats will be reserved at the door.. Patrons will guard their own interests by getting their seats tarly. There will be two shows, o.,e at 7:15 p in. and one at 9:00. 1 want to go back, I want to go back, I want to go back to the farm. Far away from harm with a milk pail nu id v arm; ( miss t...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 20 March 1915

3 iRyOdDDoDTKB DmníipDcsQTrDeírDQisl i FULL LINE JUST RECEIVED Prices Exactly Right. You Know the Quality 'COAL $6.00 COAL $6.50 CUE $7 on $1 AM! 11 Set i SEEDS SEEDS Set AH New-We do Not Sell Old Seed I SALT (Ü ñ 3 SALT SALT Just Received 100,000 pounds Rock, Stock, Sulphur and Table Salt Corn Chops Oats Bran jjjj CAKE Alfalfa, Vega Hay fe oí G. G. GRANVI LT V á Odd Bita of News Swo)ersville, I'a. Justice of the Pence Henry Miller, of his place, wat go angry at the defiant and un repentant altitud' of wife beater on trial before him that he peeled his coat and sailed into the defendant. When court adjourned the wi'e ! beater was so battered that the best J would not recognize him. Also he wag humble and repentant. Fifield, V is. Kept alive fur two! days by association with two bear rubs and tlitir mother, Baby Hall, the two year-old-son of a settler north of here, was found late at night recently, asleep in the under brush and. though starving, was not suffering from exposure. The ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 20 March 1915

tbe work that temí. '!"- t-ruui "The Local and Personal John II. Barry of near Mt. Dora, attended to business in the city Thursday. " Nrck Vigil of near Cone, attended to business in the city this week. C Franklin of near Barney, was a buiiness visitor and trader in tbe citv Tburrday. Oscar Aldredge of near Sedan, attended to business here Wednes day and Thursday. Ncw's the time to plant our seed wheat Hersstein Seed Co. home grown non-irrigated. Mrs. George Spark returned the firs of tbe week from an extended vikit with relatives in Texas. J. H. Seaton of Des Moines, was a business visitor to the county seat the 6rt of the week. J. C. Giles, chief of the Giles clan of the Cimarron, spent several days in tbe city this week. Resalí remedies and preparations ni .aran teed best on the market. F- sale by City Drug Store. Toriltio Martinet of near Pasa mente, attended to business in tbe city YVednekday and Thursday. "See Smith before you buy tbrt buggy. He is agent for tbe befct rig on t...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 20 March 1915

! .!.. A:;-.--S',t-:--iii r-v.;. - it; k y.-rr. ..i4 , 11, nnu 1. j ff.T...in HHttf.'WWWW'WfflfjWfCTIa THE CLAYTON NEWS 5FF1C1A'. PAPER OF UNION COUNTY SUTHERS k DURAN, Proprietors Chas. Sutheks, Editor ONE DOLLAR PKR YKAR .niiti mm srund CIjim Matter OcUiU-r l!Mh t the lt Oíhct at CU ton. N. M.. undr the Act of VUrnh 3rd IB79. SATURDAY, MAUI II !, 1015 It is iilvas the under tlo who demands a new deal. The tipper !'K is Milfied with cor.tlitions. It is tl'.e nciili.pt u lit w 10 howl. If you think the world owes oti a living, attack the earth with a flow at.d a Mjjii of nuiles and collect it. I'nion county is the strategic point for attack. the discharge of his sworn duty. If He Were God! The Rev. Billy Sunday, preach ing to about twenty thousand Philade Iphians the other day said to the npplatt linn audience: "'It's a good thitiji I'm not (rod for fifteen minutes. HI were, I'd fill your papers with obituaries and fill freight cars with the dead." The nttdiet.ee applauded boister o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 20 March 1915

- - Hpmi j7Tprj?fx?i rjro757ñí rírr-DP.iL) Cr-sr-pTfr tO (rSi?r SI CSj? 2 rjr-prid úr-pro vtfti ip5il í?ñwjir.iíü lc-'v K Cz&y&&L vpr: C3"Kirk.--T dtíJiyr íOsSí(í-st J ri(Ccfe. &&Í-iczt k2D CSÍ53 ráS riT r5 M - -- ' - -- - - , W1K IF1 ra 8 r r ) fcizl SEEEO MERCHANTS vreRDM ti a its "Seeds that Succeed" w M 14 To Our Friends, Our Customers: It is with pleasure I hat wc -send you our Seed Catalogue free for :'.kintf. We appreciate the orders you have given JS and assure you that all orders, whether lare or small, shall have our most careful attention ABOUT GUARANTEE. Our seeds are all carei'uiiy soiee-ed and teste ! as to vitality. AH orders are taken and all shipments are made sub ject to vour being satisfied with tiie seeds on arrival You can examine them and have Kerminatum tefts 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...

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. — 20 March 1915

tJ Fifteen Years Ago Henry Ford, the autnuioliile man ufacturer, was cnirinecr in an electric 1 1 a It t plant in Detroit. Clarley Murphy, the liase bn 1 n il lioimire, wat a reporter on the Cincinnati F.nquirrr. Tin Inns ' I I. luce, the motion picture magnate, as a comic opt ra come than, to (rt f 50 week Charlie et yhiiiin, ow ner of I he Clue ; Fcdeial base ball team anil K'rinjj of n aturan!', was a waiter in a quirk- lunch room And so it U'"'- I he list oiil I lie strung out to a o 1 mn'i I njlli. There'orc, w hen i mi In ar a Inn or a younir man complain I hut he has n chance, take It mi In the arm and and tell Imn a few tilines. There never was a time in the wni!df history lien thee wre more oppnr- t unit le for ii j ouni man to push to the front. There never was a time .. i. . . i ........ mini a lone in i en i (cnce airo iinre miiiatioii would not provide n man with a coiiiiieli nee in a fei rears ' This.'is purl leu! u ly true in the farm- iig I'niMiifvs for furinini; is ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 20 March 1915

Attention, Homesteaders All legal advertlaing In thi paper li read and corrected according to copy. Rend your ad and if an err found, however alight, notify ua at Notice for Publication. Department of The Intorlor, U. S. Land Ofhce. at Clayton, New Mexico. February 26, IWS. Notice la hereby given thnt Euiil I.. Swanann, of Thomaa. N. M. who, on Aug. 2tf. 1011, and Oct. 9. 1912, made Homestead entries. Serial Noa. 013748, and 015170. for SE';. n:.d FLU SWt. Section 13. Two. 23N. Canee HE. N. M. P Mori, dian. haa filed notice of intention to make Three Year Proof, to eatahlish claim to the land above described, befo e Register and Rere.-r. II. S. Land Office at Clayton, N. M, on the 14!h. day of April, 1915- Claimant names aa witnesses: Peter Boen. Mnaea Rrotherton, Robert flight. David Hight. all of Thomaa, N. M. 3 6-4-10 Pas Valverde, Register. COM 8 NOTICE OF CONTEST Departmentof the Interior, lT. S. Lpud Office, at Clayton, N, M . March Kt.nl?, I To Jacob E. Uuraon C5MS of Lovelan...

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 March 1915

Driving Glove for Women $1.00 Values 4.ic $15 M?eJ March 22nd This sale wiil continue price are guaranteed to Rules For Correspondents Hire re ten rules (or country cr- , respondents Tht-y were prepared by an experienced new simper man. Cut them out Mini keep tliem. 1 In n try to innke your next letter to The News conform with all of the rules:, 1. Do not alilircv inte. Do not1 i write Mr. c Mrs-, hut Mr. Mid Mm; not Mwn. or Sat. I u t Monday or Saturday. ' S. Leave space between items for correction or additions. 3. Give both initials. Write C. j II Brown instead of Mr. Drown oi Mr. C. Brown. 4. Write important subjects fully. Do not dismiss the death of well know pioneer in half a dozen 1 words, but write something ot inter est concerning him. If suicide or murder uive all the details you can get. 5. Have verbs aeree with sub jects. Don't say Mr. and Mrs. It. was, but Mr. and Mrs. li. were. Mr. and Mrs. B. may be one scriplurally, but they are two grammatically. 0. Don't use nickn...

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. — 27 March 1915

THE CLAYTON NEW I 'U DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME VIII. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY. MARCH 27, 1115. NO. 13. lita ell F.iirncst Again Honored Santa IV, N. M., March 24. He fnro leaving for their homes yes terday afternoon Chairman John W. Poe, of tli! state lax commission and Commissioner Ulrirh, of Car rizoo, let it be known that the commission had determined to re tain Traveling Auditor Howell Ear nest permanently as secretary of (.lie commission, and its active man in charge. Pending the settlement tf Cue status of the traveling aud itors office, Mr. Earnest will draw no pay as secretary of the lax com mission, hut after the traveling aud ilorship muddle has been straight ened out, which it is expected will he done April first or shortly af ter, Mr. Earnest's compensation as secretary of the tax commission will be decided. The commission meets again April 201 h, when it will make the final placing of val ues on corpora...

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. — 27 March 1915

.' si.-.. . v.. 1ÜI..1111 t Pi-tinvtion l III. Hit iii-m liskefl tlif I i HM-ril i-iiii:i.'I. nml cow I lililí.' "I . un t Mile tin i ' W In i f.-i U n-... ll.i-i (.-ni. V tin I il inn I liesl uiti Hourr. .1 mi. -ii :i: v:-.t " i HUM ,,i il:i; In li;l oli.'t f I "i when r ni I lililí Itlilll llll ki t.t n di n v. mellftl nit: Hi 1 olli. ei ii'.n. "in two il'i 1 1 1 ' 1 1 lit I'n: nine e.l I, y :i wit 1 1 1 1 1 all t::h ?::v;s t:is cy it all t::: r:zv.'3 tüe v:.y ii LAY mil BAYS Oil FIELD WOUNDED LOANS AND INVESTMENT We have money to loan on Farm Lands and Live Slock or other good securlty-bear-ln nrooertv. and solicit the business of farmers who desire to add to their herds or i are in need of money to Improve their lands. Call and see us. i A. V. THOMPSON & CO. Thompson Blilg. Clntton, N. M. Gsrmsn G.íicsr Fell Eelra Trenc!;e3; Kct Diary. i removed. 1 Suddenly nml In did hi' lt-n l ! f' t.ililo muí Ih-smii fciii'i ii pin.-. rV lial It nnd I-i imt ven irronn. mi (In- operntlnH 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. — 27 March 1915

P Es R. T. WHYahonldyoupay 6c each for Cis-ara shun you can ut th beat 6e I'anetolui Rhapad Cifrar that you aver amuked for Local and Personal Lillian Guyer, who has been very ill with pneumonia, is recovering. Chas. Clai-wtt has purchased a ii'v Indian motorcycle. T. J. Unions, who has been very ill, i.M improving. Mrs. A (1. Ray camp in from her ranch near Staunton Thursday. G. V. Wil'on is visiting on h's ranch for a week. II. 1'. lilies of Grandviow, was trading in the cily Wednesday. Cale and Walter Giles spent 8v iral days in the rity this week. Mrs. O. I,. Phillips of liatón, is isitii!!-' in filayton during court. Mrs. I'. K. Stoddard returned to her home in I is Moines Sunday. .1. II. ;ihoii and A. S. Garcia are in llie-wi'll on business. Iti-v. Agapilo Mares, pastor of the Spanish Methodist Church, is ill. M. H. Nicholson of Tyler, Texas, is isitiii- his family in Clayton. I.oren.o and Juan C. I.ujan were husiuess visitors in the city Wed nesday. A. S. I '.! I sherry, of I...

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. — 27 March 1915

pTc'icw o "papara" rare : can cnl-- í r-''-: in iKe h'di? rf f--". s- --....v-l I Is. THE CLAYTON NEWS OFFICIAL PAPER OF UNION COUNTY SUTHERS & DUKAN, Proprietors Chas. Sutheks, Editor ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Entered u Second Claw Mattnr October lflh at tb Pot Ofllc t Clayton. N. M.. undttr the Act of March 3rd. 1879. who could be of invaluable aid to the tax commission in the work of netting all property on the rolls at its full value it is Mr. Iiarnest. He is n conscientious public ser vant who has proved his abilily. Mis selection by the tax boaid is a RrntifjinR indication that the mem bets of the commission mean busi ness and want illiciency. It is earnestly to be hop"d that the assessors of th: twenty-six I counties of New Mexico will heed Welt, ifs clean up time. Why j wd the a(ininIlilioll of t.le com. not Ket busy and clean all that missi()11 to wolk faUUtullv and trash out of your back yard and assl(ltl0ll,lv lo ste (llAt evuy alley, and while on are about it " tioll.tis w...

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. — 27 March 1915

S. HVJ I ills I'M .tin i n ufi ipn j).".'. juiinumn ZA&jcr&p - cW 'ir rsé&jg&tesT r'jfít:- Sí &ulisczZs,j v?2d& rlSt rgrW Pühs rJ h il IhQllxiMbJ A ÍLñ M ii i lU' y y Ly m Í-V-t c .1' :v;,: 761 7 I'M I li-.'V X i xw vidfc .a lia PEI ED MUEERCrOANT "Seeds that Succeed" WESTERN GROWN NON-ffifflGATED To Our jFrleiuls, Our Customers: Tt is with pleasure that we send you our Seed Catalogue free for askinir. We appreciate the orders you hae given us and assure ou that all orders, whether large or small, shall have our most careful attention ABOUT GUARANTEE. Our s. ds ;.re ;dl carefully selected ::nd tesied a? M vitality. An orders are taken and all shipments are made suli jeci to vour being satisfied with the seeds on arrival You can examine them and have germina' ion te--ts made Then if you are not satisfied and wi I notify us within five days of receipt of shipment we are widing to re fund the money paid f r them and take the seeds hack We can entertain no claim ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 27 March 1915

f ydr ;ln ton (.row by Itrsohing That yon will keep .ho busy bonnt jug Unit ymi wont li;it! time to knock 'I'll ut you will vole, talk ami work for a bigger, better, and brighter ' town. Th;it you will help to make this a gooil town ho the town can make ' Kootl. That you will increase Hie value "'of your property by improving its , .appearance. That you will .say something good about this town every tune you have ttte opportunity. . . That you will invest your money tu re wliere you made it ami where you can watch it. That ou will not point out the , town's defects to u stranger nor fail to point them out to a iicigh ' lxtr. t hat you will keep your premi ses cleaned up and your buildings repaired as a mailer of proiil and p.ide. .'That you will brag about Ibis town so much that you will have to work for this town in order to ket p from being a liar. That you will lake half a day 'right now to pick up II Ids ami ends around the place and turn them into either use, money or ash es. T...

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