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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 28 October 1916

is; ive lorcei of t'.e 1 d T'-vvcat ciius na.; a-l'.i: i, lire t .v.ilv, is, i-.o'.t's !'.::iuls:on i-r....f.j..,l,-.o,':n.-k-,.. T from ulccl'"! or Av al Md.-lil.at. 'is. -". i i .jii!i c'.t. l PAGE EIGHT TIIK CLAYTON MAYS SUtltDAV. OCTORKR 2S, 1910. A ROTTEN REPUBLICAN SHOW rti lT My) k g.o.v. fTK5 I -rW L REPUBLICAN FILM TOO RAW TO SHOW "Watchful Waiting" Insult to President Shelved by Na tional Committee. v-i ril lniiliii'4 il: Wilsiin," s:iid llt-fi IT DRAGGED IN RELIGION Picture Prepared by Hal Reid Showed Convent and Sitter of Charity In a Story Grotesquely Revolting. It was a romnrknhle piece of cum pa I gn news the New York Wnrlil lot loose a few du.vs ugo 11 story of dirty methods to bolster up the piilltk'nl fortunes of a floundering ciiiMlldnte. According to the -World the Iccpulill can .Vntioiuil Conmjltee had n mul tiple reel film fcrcparoil, entitled ."Watchful Waiting to be distributed by the committee and displayed1 under the auspices of, of by arrangement with, the...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 28 October 1916

evet 'slightNtptiiy us at once. sumí k rt ih.ica i io Department of the rnterlor. U. S. Land omce at Clayton. X. M.. Sept 19. 1913 Notice Is hereby Riven that John H. "Williams, of Sedan. N. M.. who. in November 1, 190 and December 12, 1911, made Homstend Entries, Serial No. 09778 and 014244. for SK 1-4 and SW 1-4, Section 11. Township 22X.. T!;mge 3fiE.. N. M. P. Meridian, has fll- j d notice of Intention to make nve i year proof to establish claim to the land above described before Register Knil Receiver, .L". S. l.and OfTlcc at Clay ton, N. M., on the 17t'i day of Nov ember, 1910. Claimant named as witnesses: llobert G, Temple, Ralph 13. Forns worth, Leonard P. Temple, Grant W. Iteese. all of Sedan, N. M. 10- 7-11-11 I'ns VilvciV.e, lleK-sUr kotick von pi ni.i' ri Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Oflice at Clayton, X. SI., Sept. 16. 1916 Notice is hereby Riven that Owen W. Coulson. of Clayton, N. M., who, on June 19, 1913, made Homestead Entry, Serial Xo. 016464. for XW 1-4...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 28 October 1916

! mm THE QUALITY STORES -jimms mi I ail W 1 liTii""! i M i it f II I ail a "V.-Í! EVERYTHING TO EAT AND WEAR LOW .'RICE MAKERS October & Ml " MUST LOOK TO HIS CLOTHES mm A m ' 'i't j ) These autunm days find our whole store wide awake and astir-diligent in the service of men and young men. Racks, Cabinets, Shelves-ever nook within these four walls-overflowing with fresh new merchandise that represents style, dependability, a full money's worth. mm Kirschbaum Clothes Suits and Overcoats from the famous Philadelphia makers whose slogan is all wool, 1 00 per cent and no compro mise, at $15.00, $20.00 and $25.00 and we offer a selection of their new Winter Style creations in suits and over coats both for men and young men. I I X ' I V . ', f I . i i J, Jim 'J ' ' C t ,. r " "1 I J : blocking's in hats rts, new colorings L hing that a man ir from headgear tdiness-and at the iiuüeraié"pfices a sensible man likes to pay. . . . But why try to tell our story in fifty inches of newspaper ...

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. — 4 November 1916

mm DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AMD THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME IX CLAYTON. NEW MEXICO SATURDAY. NOVEMBER ,191$ "V: . ' me. j r f . r PERT: Kfl'iJ LUCfl STATE USD OFFICE JEOXET US &M mo REPUBLICS cora FUI? , REPUBLICAN CHAIRMAN CALLS ON BANK HAVING LAND OFFICE MONKY ON DKFOSJT TO HAND OVER INTEREST ON FUNDS FOR USE IN HIS ATTEMPT TO SADDLE REPUDIATED REPUBLICAN CAN DIDATES ON THE PROPLE OF NEW MEXICO AN ENLIGHTENING CHAPTER ON REPUBLICAN REGARD FOR TRUST FUNDS OF STATE. INTEREST ON STATE LAND OFFICE MONEY FOR REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN PURPOSE81 What cto you think of that, Mr. Citizen T Ovar $700,000 af money In tha handa of tha Republican Stata Land Cemmlaaloner, en deposit in more than twenty banks, la not paying a cent -f intereat to tha atate. Just now tha question la, how much Interest la It paying th Repub lican etate central committee for campaign pur poses T Read thla and decide. SOME DAYS AGO W. H GiLLEN WATER, REPUBLICAN STATE CHAIRMAN, MADE WHAT W...

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. — 4 November 1916

fiíTlips Mayo of Mt. llora, was in "ni 7 LOCAL O PERSONAL . L. L. Till is. I lilt: 'I 1 I'ncle Pete Kieran of near Stead, was a uiit ion visitor iriaay. of Sedan, was in the part of the week, on iness. Easlerwood made a busi- to Haton the latter part ,-ek. nliart lias returned to Ken r spending several days business. lays, who has been ill for no with typhoid fever, is !e out again. Iliggs, of Grandview, was ty on land business the fore the week. .1. Armstrong, of Cuales, al to business in the county latter part of this week. Herald of Orandview, came fore part of the week to lile 'ti to make final proof on icstead ni'ar (randview. A. F. Small and daughter, F. Murphy, have ri'turnefl to filler several weeks ansenci y speni in i.nicago. Mrs. F. (i. Akin are the a baby boy, Chester, who October 27, All conrern- epnrted doing nicely. rst cash prices paid for beans oomcorn, all poullry, eggs but d grain. Wo buy everything. Otto-.lohnson Mercantile Co. s. August MMiroeder, moiner. Irs. F...

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. — 4 November 1916

h AY "V V 5. .S,s' Av- - f- V' TIRED CF LIFE Corstant Dac';. Frier KUnc7 Pü'j r-adl? Tnulnliau bo ba'a good &j Yitr. Almost r.ov.n huí 'out r.'ltli Ui.lnpv trouble, lihuuinailtim bu bail ho rould scarcely f,vt up ,-hc:i l.u tal down, luck achul a. I tl.j time. No worrti-r V. . Vonlcy, br.i!. -man en ti o rr- I fr : i luiia.-i tn Jack tun, Tftr.as, "i.ii Inul oí living." I ;iv Foley Klilnev Pills r.ilvor-11- ft. ' he !-;:!. I, "I I s.-nv ami niVr a Hlmrt (!:-r I v.t.s thorc.-U'TU . curod timl u::i h.-.vi ::j r.j r.i.:s lrct:l.!o. lorr M,li'-.- l 'i v'' disappear- unci v. it'i ill-n ti n 1 ao':ucl-o onl lln-u-iiinttBi:i, br 1i-o -n of Folr" Kidney l'llls. Onoij y..i:r U'-inoys brenmu Iroiifí priil nrl'" ', m-ív n ' r.ml pains Vi'lll disappear l!':e r.iu'-lc. There's nntMnrr to equal the rr-nu-ine. Vtll hHt n i: v ras of i'lupy ir hlmider tmiihlrt rwt hnvon.l t'Mi rn h of mp liciuea. (.'imilla no hirntiiii cruu.i. Try them. SEE STATE LIFT INSURANCE FOR FARM LOANS. "9, 3, 5 or 7 yea...

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. — 4 November 1916

ELECTION PROCUSU :i 111" TI1H IIOARIl OK ( OI NTV oi tv,-m-:w mkxico The Inllowlnn Ik the election Prods.- mntlon IhhiipiI hy the Hoard of f'oun- j ty t'frmmlssloners ñu provided 1 y lnw: V1Ii:I(I:AS. I. y .Section H'77 of the' l'Jli Codification It Is inaile the duty i of Hoards of County t'ommlssipncrs of each Comity In t ho State of New Alex- j iro to proclaim the election that lire to I 1 I In the respective COUIltlcS for the purpose of voting for candi dates for the il !! r nt o 11 i ' m and other mattri i. and to do :o Ten days La fore tin eli'toMi f Piililic Proehimli tton and hy i'ti 1! ira 1 ion in each of the Two liaoili" 1 1 .v -1 il l' pal'll'di. d tn each i 'on u t . a ml. II HI: I ;A S. it i full her mail.- the duty of :-..!. I P". r I "f con-it- '.munis sailors to laii' i 1 1 . i ' - la.li.e of the Ol'Jllt Of tile .CCliOtl. tile O'lil III 1...- Vol. i for. i. Ii' 1" la ole'l on. the i, ...i. íes a!.. I ...ire., is of tj,e c.imlidat. s for the i. . i tiv. i'i t" lie hi...

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. — 4 November 1916

SIDE-TRACKED- THE CLAYTON MEAT MARKET JOHN Sl'KlNC;, Prop. Fresh and Salted Mttib, Fruits and Provisions. Fish and Oysters in Season. TELEPHONE NO. 8. Iff " Hi i M - s ü til SiU NEW PRICES ON THE FOLLOWING PRICKS 0 FORD CARS PRE VAIL SINCE AL'GI.'ST 1. TOI IUNG CARS ISlYUiOLT - - COITIXKT TOWN CAP $5!)5. SEDAN $8i5. .'. O. II. DETROIT THE AUOYE PRICES ARE GUARANTEED AGAINST FIRTIIKR REDUCTION TILL AUGUST 1ST. 1917. NO GUARANTEE AGAINST AN AD VANCE IN i-RICE AT ANY TIME. MOTOR f. Allen WikoQ', Agent IF YOU BUY FOR CASH YOU PAY LESS WHEN YOU TRADE WITH H. WADE & CO, "Clayton BetterjStore" Professional and Business Directory of Union County HILL linOTIIEHS TIIANSFEK. LIVERY. STOR AGE AND CONTINEN TAL, OIL. CLAYTON, N. M. 1)11. 3. C. SLACK PHYSICIAN AND SUIIGEON gpeclnllat In llHenra of Women Hours 9 to 11 n. m. 2 to 4 p. m. PHONE C4 CLAYTON II. H. Woodwaril V. O. Blue WOODWAKU ULUE Attorneya und Cvuuaellora nt Lnv Telephone Exchange Building l. M. UUUOTTOM AiK'UoiieiT Will Cry Sale...

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. — 4 November 1916

DO YOU WANT PEACE WITH WILSON, OR WAR WITH HUGHES? There it only one choice against peace, and that la war. .Some of tha supporter of that (the Republican) party, a very great body of tha tupportere of that party, outspokenly declare that they want war; ao that the certain prospect of the succest of the Republican Party It that we shall be drawn in one form or ether Into the embroilments of the European war, and that to the south of ua the force of the United States will be used to pro duce In Mexico the kind of law and order which some American investors In Mexico consider moat to their advantage. There ia a more serious aspect even than that. There Is an immediate reoult of this thing, my fellow citizens. From this time until the 7th of November it is going to be practically im possible for the present Administration to handle any critical matter concerning our foreign relations, because all foreign statesmen are waiting to see which way the election goes; and in the meantime they...

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. — 4 November 1916

Watch For Bands on Wild Ducks If you kill or capture a Vild duck hearing an aluminum band around one li having a number on one side, and on the other a stalement requesting that the United States Department of Agriculture, or the Biological Survey, he notified, you ire repuested to send this hand at once to the Hureau of Biological Survey, I)ei)artment of Agriculture Washington I). ('.. This hand if ac companied by a stalemenl as lo date, place and circumstances un der which tin- bird was taken, will he of service to the Survey in its efforts lo determine the longevity of individual ducks and the routes i'f migration of the species. The hands are being attached to con siderable numbers of wild duck of suvn'ral species vh)ch have been cured of the duck sickness preva lent around Great Salt Lake, Utah, and there released. The department is particularly anxious to secure re ports from these birds to determine their complete recovery from this malady which has killed hundreds of thousan...

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. — 4 November 1916

THE CLAYTON HEWS mOU TATW TOW1 at CMTTM rA. 1. IUTBKM (MM) MMer BB Owm ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR fnwrafl a second class matter Oota bar t. lHt, at tke paatofflca at Ciar toa. New Mezluo, under I ha A ut VW tj 1ITI. Saturday, November 4, 1M TOP WILSON and MARSIIVLL FOR PEACE PÍIPAEIDNÍSS and PROSPERITY V DmomiTIC NATIONAL TIOK1ST FOR PRESIDPaNT Woodrew Wdwu KOR TICE PRESIDENT Tfcemaa R. Marshall DDKuOHATIO STATR TKIKBT PRESIDENTIAL BLECTORB ILx Garcia James W. Uptoa Jaaa G. Chavea UNITED STATES SENATOR A Barton A. Inn RHFRBSBNTATIVB IN CONGRB39 W. B. Waltoa OVERNOR m. C. o BACA L1BTJTENANT GOVERNOR W. O. MeDoaall SWCRETAR-Y OF STATE Aatomle Laeere TREASURER H. L. Ball LAVD COMMISSIONER ra;a A. PbtIbbbb ATTORNEY GENERAL Harry I Puttoa AUDITOR Mlamel A. Otera SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION J. I G Bwlnaej CORPORATION COMMISSIONED BaaJ facte Moatara ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF SU PREME COURT Malll B. Field DISTRICT ATTORNEY It JUDICIAL DISTRICT Hearr A. Klfccr ltl-;M)H BATIO fl VfV TICKET State...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 4 November 1916

C. W. li. Itrviin is nr. ven.-s of nir. rW me mau.T ana lei you Know rewpect and friendship of all with whom he came in contact . Forty eight years of age 'and -of Scotch Irish descent, John fckellon ft sturdy. and reliable. Th ycle of dry years and wet years that bas marked his fortunes in Union fcoun y have enured him to hardship and ppntled him with the philosophy that there is some good in all things, yet his Scotch instinct of right and wrong has been unimpaired and his Irish tenacity and perseycrence ha been developed by those sai&e con ditions. ';.. "I wish," he says, "that every Vot r of Union county knew.nle a$d J them as well as well as - da - my eighbors and I knew each other." That is all. John Skellon made some statement about . forcing tb law, about knowing thq; law," and about equality and impartially, but the statement was passed over, lie had made his strongest " plea for the suffrage of the people of Union county when ho said "I wish that every voter knew mo as...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 4 November 1916

A. .7 .' E. C. de Democratic Candidate for IAIII. IMI'lllll. AMI .- Mi n:i. iKMIJOt IriHH "Semite IT".- . i-editis" In tli A.munn-iq'ii-Mot-tiln,; .Journal of HuiuLiv, J 1 1 1 1 - H, 1 ill i.i Al Itu- HUKlM-st loll of iM-tnler Holt, r.eput.lii an floor I lei- I 'renMen t pro tempore Mli r;t took llo- 1 1 ; i i . ami .Mr. 1 l.lt t'fii'l a Klowlric (tiloite to l.ii-ii-len.iui linvt-rniT tie lima. !-81-ntini; hitn. mi tiehuli of tin-Señal-, r 1 1 1 1 n -silver service n nil tray. .Mr. Holt spoke lerllimK of Mr. de Hara s rainless. Iniiar tialltv unci illuiiltv a n i m lit 1 ii u ..tfi.er. K. ('. de Daca, present lieutenant governor and Democrat 1c nomiin-e for uovt'rnor of the male, is one of New Mexico's foremost citizens an able, honest, fearless American. Me has been in public life for many years, Hid throughout his entire career has been a Kiwer for piod citizenship and i;oimI ((overnii'int. His record is an open la '.;. ;.nd one of which the en tiro stiio piouil. An ardent and lai...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 4 November 1916

V THAT THE PEOPLE MAY KNOW That liuiirv the mlintiistration of District Attorney, George L. dcmley, . I., riiillips. lian been tssistant District Attorney That Ihe duties of the assistant District Attorney are identical witl thoe of the District Attorney. That among other things, the statuary duties of the District At torney in New Mexico, require him "to prosecute and defend for the mate in all courts of record of the counties of his district, all asen criminal and CIVIL, in which the State or aty county in his district mav be a party, Oil MAY BE INTERESTED UK CONCERN ED." That the Assistant District Attorney may "discharge any duties imposed by law upon or required of the District Attorney by whom he was appoined." That the word may is used with great frequency in statutory construction synonyms. That it is inconceivable that, in any case where the State or any county thereof might have an interest to protect, the District Attor ney and his Assistants could have adverse interests,...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 4 November 1916

CAUGHT IN THE WIRE ENTANGLEMENTS AS THE SU'IXEME COi;nT CAIOIUATL CANNOT SAY WHAT HE VUULD HAVE CONE IK IN PRESIDENT WILSON'S PLACE, OR WHAT HE WILL t0 IF HE SUCCEEDS HIM - AS HE IS CERTAIN ONLY OF THE WRONG FULNESS OF EVERYTHING THE ADMINISTRATION HAS DONE -HIS INDUCEMENT TO CHANGE OUR FOREIGN POLICIES V.ILL ÜE GREAT. WILL IT HE A CHANGE TO SUIT GERMANY, OR HAVE THE COUNTRY GET INTO SOME SORT OK Flf.IiT? From an article by Rich ard Olncy in The New York World. if ir- E LXTilAURlilNARY ST.'.U: 'i t . LEGISLATIVE Ai) l.XI.C- THE ETIVT. ACTS ..(: 'MrLl.MÜ.D ly tu:: L".r:'CiiAric purv in teiie:: vi.Aiui and a half will r:alíe n.o THINGS: rinsr, that i-;íí:siu::nt VIES (.': HAS P-.UIED UTii.V'.I.F A Vi LEADER OF UNUSUAL EfiVrR; AN D SECONDLY, THAT XVX. " VI Y THUS LED HAS CO NT. MCCH MO?.E FOR THE ;r.Y THAN the 1UTULLI- TY' ACCOMPLISHED IN .; A.i MANY YEARS. -. .. : n-i Eliot, : Ltua of -.ity, in the 1 . 1 WHAT FARMERS OWE TO PRESI DENT WILSON FOR AVERTING RAILROAD STRIKC. HIS COURAGE S...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 4 November 1916

FARMERS' SOCIETY OF EQUITY Of Union County, New Mexico, and the : F-i v.v.. i P t le are organizations for the farmer and since the business has started in this County the farmers, both members and non-members have been saved tnany thousands of dollars. Broom Corn imotni ;on is S'JOD.liO vi. n TON. .SI-XL MUlt m;i u oi WOHTil OVI U hkfoiu: von Hiusii m i; thi: TltlC KUITTY STOIU: Oregon Red Ceikr Fence Post 1 ni!toM ou is i;nY scaiui: M PHK'I'.S WILL STAY lllfill. vi: s!iipii:i oru must cau THIS WI I K. Mexican Pinto Beans M i: I S ABOlT HKANS. WK HAVK Htti: IM OilMAHON THAT Wll.l. UK OH I'll YOl WHILK TO GKT ARei Cedar Shingles WK HAVK Ul I I K A Sl'I'I'LY MUM A CAU OK KW STW.K. IF YOU WANT THK HIST HOOF MADF. I SK TMKSK SIIIMiLLS. PHICKS UK-Ill. Organizer will be Here mi:, ii. ;. satu'uis oi u nation al Olu;V 7I'R will hi: hkkk on Tin; iriii of this mon i it, ALSO (K it FAHM M U HINKKV M . 10 IlK POSTS. (iHKAT IF YOL WWT A I'T'.NKC I'l.Cl II OF. UV.T THKSK THKY AUK (IT KHOM lai;;k...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 4 November 1916

PRESIDENT PLEDGES GREATER PROGRESS Laws Must Fit New Life Mr. Wilson Tells the American People. HIS RECORD OF DEEDS DONE U. S. Rights Upheld With Honor, Farmers Aided, Business and Labor Benefited, Children Protected Women's Voles Needed. Slimlou l.nwii. N. .1.. Oct. '.".-To tin- Annrli'illl I I'll- V.'ooilrou Wilson l-iiliiy tivo mi '-i'it::i; in ot his pl iiiiiiisiriition us i.-ii- I'resiilont. Hi' li.'ihui''i'i his hiiiil;s" in tli;it tin- roe unl s;ii,is i-lc.-iV. Proliiis -s t'u'lllli'il. ...inl ili'i-ils iln'.i'l 'I'IkiI. in shun lolls tin- Mni-.. Ami yet Hi" siir I- nut liiii-ln'il. I' lor i-li;iili'ls in tli. : ni I'.iinl. of ll-.itiiüii ITni-r.-'s li li, in til In- u r,i -i i . It II - I will. --I. Aim i-i-.im Vi.t.-i- Ill S.I J In-Ill- 1 I: ii.ii n u lin In :in 1 1 I i; slnili I: ;M; It. Hole. Ill tin- I'l-l'silll'lll'S oWI m-iN. is ii phiin stiiti-tni'iit nf whiil . us Ii-iiiI. r nut only nf tlio, li-inii ni ti- i m i-i y . Inn nf tin- tuition, bus ' iilllii: lll'il ill ....

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 4 November 1916

Attention, llomoníf adera All legal advertising in this paper is road and corrected ae eording to copy. Read your ad, and if ii error is found how ever slight, notify us at onoe nutk h roa pubmi;. no department of th Interior, V. B. Land fftce at Clayton, N. M., Sapt It, ItH Notice la hereby irlven tbat John H. William, of Sedan, N. M., who, on November 10, 190 and December 11, 1911, made Homstead Entries, Serial Nos. 977 and 014244, for SB 1-4 aad PW 1-4, Section 11, Township 22N., Range 8E5.. N. M. P. Meridian, haa fil ed notice of intention to make five year proof to establish claim to the lusd above described before Register and Receiver, V. 8. Land Office at Clay tan, n. M.. on the 17th day of Nov ember, 1916. Claimant names as witnesses: Robert O, Temple, Ralph K. Farns worth, Ieonard P. Temple, Grant W. Reeite, all of Sedan, N, M. 14 7-11-11 Pas Vilveri'v, Rcp-sUT KOTii t: pou publication e part men t of the Interior, V. 8. Land ma at Clayton, N. M., Kept. It, 191 Nolle is he...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 4 November 1916

iP A ir""a""M j "n 9 na THE QUALITY STORES EVERYTHING TO EAT AND WEAR mm i CO LOW PRICE MAKERS She travels " in ease and comfort Actual experience of a woman " Last August I wat about tottart on a trip. On. thing only wu lacking and that the most Important. I said Uo my husband " What shall I do, my shoes are uncomfortable?' 'Get a new pair,' said be. 'Start off on a three thousand mile trip with new shoes, you must be crazy 1 ' I said. In despair I went to my dealer. ' Have you a shoe for tender feet, that I can put right on anl walk away In?' 'Yes. I have one I can sincerely recommend, try Quscn Quality I ' I cim:. I saw, I bought. I have a very high instep and If a shoe laces properly it is ton large In other parts and rubs my fo;t. If it fits correctly In the foot. It will not come together over the Instep and is altogether uncomfortable and I am nothing if not comfortable. The Queen Quality was lust right : fitted to perfection : a model of beauty and comfort. I put ;hem right ...

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. — 6 November 1916

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