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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 6 November 1916

r 7 i Tí IE CLAYTON NEWS wrinAL rim vmmn oovtm IClAb rAJTKm TOW at CVATTM . CHAB. r. ItTHEU (HIM) BMIter ni Owmt ONE BOLLAR PER YEAR IMered aa Mcond daea matter Oat tar I. 1111, at the paetofflca at OUy . Mm, New MiMtloo, under the Act March I. 117. - P l y. . ,j roff WllSOfi MARSllVLL PEACE RDOTNRS and . prosperity rarwATtc ATioAk tickbt POR PREBISfcMT Weedrew FOR VICH PRrlSTDMNT Tfc aa H. tbrrima DMIvOHAriO STATU TICKET PRB8IDBNTIAX1 BLHCTORS reus Cereta inmem If. Vptea Jeee G. Charca VN1THD 8TATB3 SHNATOR Aadrfeaa A. Jaaee f naPMSSHNTATIVB IN CONOR MB W. B. Waltaa GOVERNOR m. C. da BAOA IiWm t IbNANT GOVERNOR W. O. MaPwiH M9CRHTART OK STATB da TRBA8URHR LAND COUXISBIOITMR A. Dar . ' ATTORNEY GBNHRAL Harry I Pattea AUDITOR Misad A. Oler büPWItllíTBNDENT OP TUBLIC INSTRUCTION J. la. G. Swfaaey CORPORATION COMMI96IONBR at f arta .-taya A9BOC1ATB JUSTICE OF SU PREME COURT Rrtll B. Field WSTRICT ATTORNBT I JUDICIAL DISTRICT Hrarr A. Kiker IIHHUtMATIO (IM TICKET State Senator C. Hallk ...

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. — 6 November 1916

resrpeet anid friendship of all wiib "whom ho cama, in contact ' 'Forty eight years of age and of 'Scotch Irish decent, John' 8k Alton' is sturdy ar.tf reliable. The" cycle of dry years ami wet years that has marked his fortunes in Union coun ty have enured him to hardship and gentled 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 perseyerence has beeo developed by those same con flit ions. wish," he says, "that every vot er of Union county Knew me and I them as well as well as do my neighbors and I knew-each other." 'Thai is all. John Bkelton made some statement about forcing the law, about knowing the law, and BDOui equamy anu impartially, mil the statement was passed over. He the suffrage of the people of Union county when he said "I wish that every voter knew mo as well m my neighbors." Only a man of the highest char aater and a man whose life has been open and above board ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 6 November 1916

Unir? YÁiu-fi'- To ; Kdxitrv' ALLEGE VIOLATIONS' OF CO m.TTJ PRACTlíTií Act BY ' mOHIXIlVf ftEFUB- "; ucANs ', : . Money t íowLtg - Thru' itepubikna llMtdquarUrs LUte Water Kay , Democrat Wo Have , Been Approached ' , By Leaders . That thé Republican ' leaders In Unltfn' eounly arid their henchmen aro spending great sums of money in ' direct violation of the corrupt practices act in the allegation made by members of the Dcn-tocíatc" par y who have been approached ' fcy local leaders of the Republican or KaMzátion: ' From nearly every precinct in the county comes report líat RepúWcifi leaders have largo sums of money nnd are baying the illiterate vote right and left with ' íudib ranging from five to twenty dollars and are froety distributing whiskey and cig ars ""and promises of financial re muneration for" assistance in de feating the will of the people at the pofls. One democrat, known to be a leader 'of the people in his own precinct, was given a gallon of whiskey, two boxes of ci...

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. — 11 November 1916

j A DEMOCRATIC VICTORY IS'ASSURED in the county," 7td"h7rZT ,? ; tion. and THE NEWS, as usual, gives you the news, and a tabulated statement i ?J? Union County s vote on' page five . ... . j - .v---- - .-jV 0 1 I . Via . DEVOTE) TO THE INTERESTS OF (100 J) CITTZEXSIIJ' . 1XD THE Ul'UUILVLYG OF THE VOMMUXITY. If 5 'I.' -a i r Vnl.l'.MK IV DEMOCRATS Gffi COUNTY i::it'j Tis.M cvornrsnxi?! ErPHt mix Sutton Placed lii Ofiue lly Independent Voters of County. V The Independent voter, the man who read both sides of the campaign literature and thou voted his con victions, was in evidenco thruoutUn ion Counly, last Tuesday, us well as thruout the nation at large, vSeratch cd ballots were the rulo rather than the exception in nearly every pre cinct and returns from the outlying prcrinels caused the victory to be of an uncertain nature and I he sus pense of the candidates was not fully allayed uhlil Friday, when, with ev ery luecinel in, the results were known di'iinalelv. A'he complete Democra...

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. — 11 November 1916

u- ::::K.. X. Al, I'. Meri.llan j I J niK CLAYTON NEWS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11. 1916 L LOCAL D FEBSGm Deliuar Sink, of C.rcnville, wa! in tlie city election day. R. J. Ihity. of Grandview, apont Friday in Clayton. Hon Peach was in from his ranch llm lore part of the week. Hosco Stead was in from hi place the foro part of the week C. C. nnd A. U. Ellis, of Ia.sariiuiite Mient Tuesday in Clayton. B. F. McEnrley, of Tliomas, spent Monday in Clayton. V. L. Martin, of Kenton, spent election day in Clayton. M. L. Soville was in from Vance the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. A. 1. Means are the parents of a line new baby boy. W. G. Graham, and wife, of Gren ville, .spent Sunday in Clayton. Nora McClelland, of Hayden, was a Sunday visitor in the city. Mrs. H. Stubhletleld, of the Seneca was a Clayton visitor Sunday. C. H. Taubach came in from Buy-, eros the latter part of tho week. Italph Farnsworth, of Sedan, was a Clayton visitor tho latter part of tho week. Mrs. Claud JIarnhart enter...

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. — 11 November 1916

ojo caliente iu:st:itATio THE CLAYTON NEWS SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 1L l J ) 7 id i 4 i v í 1 , v 2 V. : -. - you expsct- ..full weight hiten., you buy coal just as you do when you pur chase a pound of tea or sugar. do you al ways get itt that question is sure to be answered in the af firmative if you get your coal from us. Hamm Coal & Ice Co. RESIDENTS OF UNION FAIL TO 4 TAKE ADVANTAGE OF 4. THE POSTAL SAVINGS SYSTEM SEE STATE LIFE INSURANCE FOR FARM LOANS. "9, 3, 5 or 7 years" our rates are cheapest in town, county or state. CLAIR A. ROBERTS, DISTRICT AGENT CLAYTON, - - NEW MEXICO. THE ELECTRIC BOOT ANO SHOE SHOP i, ,, Have just installed a,new Simplex'jSole Stitcherjandtare now prepared to do any and all kinds of Boot and Shoe repair work. All Work I Guaranteed Charges Reasonable. Your Patronage Solicited. OLLIE B. COX. Prop.- Shop First Door South of Clayton News Office. i L mm.. FULLY EQUIPPED NO EXTRAS TO BUY $595 gup(tc:i eiüíse n ran com THE CARSON FEED YARD REST YAKD IN CLAYT...

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. — 11 November 1916

: ' ; '. .. .a-1 r 1 : na- js m r -e,-ipl ,,f i, ' of ,,.. . f,.,., the I'lisioiei-o I . i a it - I "' ' ' "I U'al i!. I'. I". No. I. ea-l'from I ' - .M'-in. s. I. ad been e-lablishej ' il-oii v.a I" .1 m I v m.,n. y mü'e I ! : I t. polín' -. Tl,e peopi.- l-.l a j ", pi, Tl r,..!. (., . ,1,',. i. líber, wa w i-h lo iban': them thru j 4 TIIE CLAYTON NEWS SATI RUAY. NOVEMBER 11. 131C THE CLAYTON NEWS Official I'upiT Town Of Clayton Official Piiper of t'nloa County CIIS. 1. SUTIIEKS (IIIKII) Editor Oiii- lolhir per Year !. ! I " LOCAL AND PERSONAL j V. It. I.uiu the plumber.left l'ri- day nif.'lit for I'ucIjIo ami I Oliver Entered ns sermid class matter Or- where lie will spend several days on; tnlicr l'i'i. I'.ki'.i, at the pnstofliee at huiiifss. Clayton. N.M.. under (lie act of March :t. Is'.iT. J II. Kiibnrn nf Vance, has, made application for linal proof on Ilia ; lUGHKS WILL All IDE WITH 1'IHST COUNT Wlillo Itcpiiblican National ( hair man William It. Wl'cox liaw re fused to ronc...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 11 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
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 11 November 1916

THE CLAYTON NEWS ATURDAY, NOVEMBER IL II 18 OCTOBER CROP REPORT SHOWS LOWER PRODUCTION AND HIGHER PRICES Prices First of November This Year Much Higher Than Last; Wheat Jumps Thirty Eight Cents. I'lio October estimate of tho Un ited States Weather Bureau, pub lished nt Santa Fr, shows a falling off in the jiriMluction of nearly all product of the furrus of the state mid nation, and an increa.se in the prtfe of cereals that in unfortunate fcr the consumer and cheering for the farmer Ihe estimated production of corn 1 his year is 2,i:tO,fMK) bushels, or :ioo,(HH) bushels lower than the jro duction of last, year Wheat is the one cereal that has m;rcasJd in lírodurtion enorally all over tin- 1'nited States, and New Mexico comes in for her share of the increase. The estimated increase in tin- production in the slate is some mlit thousand Im-du N oer the pro duction of last year. The increase in the nation is estimated at more than lour hundred thousand bushels. The production of liny wil...

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. — 11 November 1916

THE CLAYTON NEWS SATUIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1918 1 BUSINESS Jn j PROFESSIONAL MILL BROTHERS TRANSFER, LIVERT, PTOR AOB AND CONT1NEN TAL OIL. ;layton, n. m. DR. J. C SLACK PHYMClAtt AND lt'B6RO.V Specialist la DImimi Wonsesi Hours i to 11 a. m. 2 to 4 p. m. rJIONE 4 ' CLAYTON H. H. Woodward F. O. Bluo WOODWARD & ELLE Attorneys Ceaneeller at Law Telephone Kxchange Building R. M. RL'BOTTOM Auctioneer Will Cry Sales Anywhere at Any Time Grenville - New Mex. DR. C. 11 KELLER Dentist Over Dean's Bakery OBIee Fkaae 101 H Cleytaa COL. J. A. SOWERS Aactlenrer Write or Phone for Dates P.-O. Addresj: WANETTE, N. M. Sec G. C SMITH rOU HEAL 1'STATE AND INSURANCE CONTEST CASES' HANDLED EFFICIENTIA' Olliec in First Nat l Bank Bldg. ..........i AH-Auctioneer work I Vn Goodvenr ! -. . 1 (ience in Live atrj MiMcliai:- ;1! tin apprcci- (lat'-s see Here, Tt'I- .Jfifully, k.OODYEAR KSON Hi fa'. fmrnm, 9m m m I 1 1C0IH. V IN UN ed Attention, llomeenders All legal advertising in I his paper is read and co...

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. — 11 November 1916

t .THE CLAYTON NEWS MTI HIIW, XOYFMUr.H II. L i : TflE QUALITY STORES EVERYTING TO EAT AND WEAR LjOV ,i$lCE MAKERS 5" n ü M .4 t iVl -9 ' Ien's heavy ílgeced shirts and drawer?, per garment Men's heavy ribbejlsliirls and drawers, per garment , '. . Men's heavy fleeced Union suits, per garment; ', ' -. Men's heavy fleeced Union suits, better quality, per garment Men's heavy ribbed Union suits, good quality, per garment Happy Children i Men's heavy wool Union suits, good quality, per garment Men's heavy wool Union -rr.its, fine quality, per garment Men's 'silk and wool-Union suits, per garment t Z 1 he na t ur.'.l n i; u w nir nt of uik.i v . ! . ,? I". (..UK ISC V.llllOUt It 'lu.tll lb rttaiiicl am. ti.e scum.-,, tlulhd. I'.XlTci.-C prullluU' Il.'l ai.u $ .5Q: .50 1.09 1.25 1.25 2.50 3.50 5.G0 Fj Buster Brown Slices LacJies' vests and pants, pure white, perfect fitting' garments, medium weightier garment .50 rrnn"'..tc csi-rcisr, bcr.-iu-r the ilii dren win.) wear thcin ai' five from...

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. — 18 November 1916

PRESIDENT WILSON tS ELECTED. H ALL STKEET IS OCT OP POLITICS. THE WEST STOOD PAT nEi ori-n to the. xtf.rf.st of coon cmy.iiNsmr .ix tiff, vnm'iuuxc of thf commcxfi VOLUME IX CLAVTOX, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER IS, 191G. : : r -x-.V- ! 1 Hon. L C. i lT.ifc annual '- Governor Elect Rt'KAI. CREDIT LAW MONEV CHEAP MAKES I T May Horow Half of Laud Value at Less Tliun Five Per Ci'nt. Effect Already ltehi( Eelt Strongly 1 he effect of the new rural credit law, passed by the I c 'latic Ad ministration, already is being felf in lower interest rates, alhniigh the land banks have not yet been organ ized. Testimony to this effect is being given at the hearings held by the Federal Farm Loan Board in western cities. At the Ticariugs in .Nebraska, num erous farmers stated that interest rates in the homcstcading sections of thai State already have been re duced from one to two per cent, by t In prospective competion of the thirty to forty-year loans that the land hanks soon will lie making. The...

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. — 18 November 1916

... . . j-..; i Dir. r.i :.i'n.i:i PAGE TW O THE CLAYTON NEWS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 19 W LOCAL m FEBSOL ranchmen while here. The ma- iirrt!Wiw'fwr?rrif nin effect a great saving in feed wwwmh See us before buying feed. Four iftlcs Beed Co. J. A. Arniiart of near Sedan, was in llio city Tuesday. .?. Andres Pacheco of Cuates, spent M-.voral days in Clayton this week. II. I'. Mci'arley if near Thomas, uh h trader in the city Wednesday. I.eadro Vigil of near Bueyeros, at tended to business in the city this week. Itafael Tixier of near Bueyeros, attended to business in the city sev eral days this week. Attorney C. L. Colins spent Sun day and Monday at his ranch near Harington. Charles. Mitchell made a business trip to Ifc-nver the first of the week. A. H. Christerson of the Sedan iounlry, attended to business in the city the first of the week. Rev. Father Estvclt of Bueyeros, was a business visitor in Clayton the first of the week. Alex Mackenzie of the Cimarron country, attended to bus...

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. — 18 November 1916

THE CLAYTON NEWS SATURDAV, NOVEMBER 18, 1916 Hamm Coal SEE STATE LIFE FOR FARM LOANS. ' "9, 3, 5 or 7 years" our rates are cheapest in town, county or state. CLAIR A. ROBERTS, DISTRICT CLAYTON, THE ELECTRIC BOOT AND SHOE SHOP Hive jiut installed a"nev SimpIex'Sole Stitcherandare now prepared to do any and ail kinds of Boot and Shoe repair work. All Work Charges Reasonable. . Your Patronage Solicited. OLL1E B- COX. Prop. ShcTp"FiFst Door South of Clayton News Office. -f -A-'S ; CLAYTON:GARAGE mu compjuit m jlliÉ 'rOVIaNG CAR$595 ROADSTER58Q Íu I II MIWltBWBWMBBWBWIBtlMMIMWt ÉT MBHI1 l THE CARSON FEED YARD REST YARD IN CLAYTON Good Stalls, and Sheds For Vehicles. Am now building another wagon shed. Feed of all kinds always on hand at correct priesa. LOATED IN NORTH CLAYTON J. M. SIMPSON, Proprietor. M'uii' fir. a v 'i i rvi j o ii in sriiiii, l'rop. Fresh anrl Sftltpd MVftts. Fruits Rnrl Trnvi;inn Pish and Ovsters in Season. 4. TELEPHONE NO. 8. you expect- ..FULL HEIGHT WHEN YOU BUY C...

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. — 18 November 1916

TEE CLAYTON NEWS MTT?RtAY, NOVEME EH IR, H THE CLAYTON NEWS ftíJHal Paper Town Of Clayton ft rial Paper of Union County CHAS. P. 6UTHERS (IUGII) Editor and Owner One Dollar per Year Botarcd as second class matter Oc lober 20, 1909, at the postofflco at Clayton, N.M under the aot of March 3. 1879. Saturday, No ember 18, 1916 short skirt in iUelf never caus ed comment or a prolonged stare. Well, the democrats achieved a wonderful surcess on the .western front. H. O. Hursunj should be thorough ly satisfied; but wc doubt it. It is certain that he is not contented. Congratulations, Governor de Baca Senator Jones, and Congressman "Billy" Walton. Also Senator Smith. At last accounts. Charles E-vaaion liugh9 was leading a very (njiet life "somewhere" in New York; and in his cytw, turned westward to ward Kansas, New Mexico, and Cal ifornia, was a worried," wearied, wrathful look. He has his whiskers Help the ladies clean up the town on Monday, November 20. Wo mean a literal cleaning of dirt ...

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. — 18 November 1916

PAGE thl. FACIAL RETURNS F0ÍÍ UNION COUNTY 3 A, 0. a IX Ü - S3 a. TUK CLAYTON NEWS ATIHnAY, MmiMBER 18, W e: j o S3 a" H 3 a, w e tu ce w 9. c c H Is W a. .a H N a X f x w P. I - 3 Q u 3 a H a v. s rfl W - I - 5 a 2 2 a 5 d a a a í t - r- as J '5 Í "9 I I 350 ,1 29 I Xl I 3.K' 252 329 . 267 SM 290 288 '( 351 2Tl '338- ? 31 230 , :U8 23i 330 257 333 I 216 326 25t 241 352 329 2-18 350 22(1 328 248 2 'I 55.Vgr !53 55 27 25 V.g 30) (V 23 1 CO 1,7 - 3't 19 CI 19 J 20 CI 11 711 6t 20 47 33 18 64 53,1 27 58 ) 25 53 27 JJ- C4 - 131 I 78, 1 "5 I tlC.4 U9 I 67 125 75 118 45 150 (.: I 2 US 1 IM 00 135 1 15 150 I 50 j lip 84 1 10 54 140 I 75 119 87 119 98 08 4 I CO 1 24 1 30 I - 34 24 23 31 24 DO 24 1 3a j 22 31 j 23 j J ! 24 30 j 21 2S 29 33 21 30 24 2-1 1 311 30 24 31 23 30 24 5 I 37 I 36 I 33 I 29 j 40 , 41 .35 . , 38 ( 34 38 3j 38 30 43 ) 33 I 40 32 41 33 37 25 47 38 35 31 42 I 32 j 41 29 41 39 34 6 68 1 f 35 I 6V 58 I 35 31 '57 J 36' 57 39 58 ) 36 57 37 56 ) 38 1 48 45 56 38 56 38 03 31 57...

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. — 18 November 1916

AGE SIX TIDE CLAYTON NEWS SATURDAY, NOVENSFJl 18, 1M6. f v V ARTHUR SELIGMAVS WORK For Uh n-sult In the tato thero i (mo to iirnise and thanks. That man is tln (lemoeralie utote chair man, Ai'tlmr S-li(finan. il took the inaiiiik'cini'iit with nn mpty treas ury and jio organization. The money In nú the time .lame II. J'axton's resignation whs accejiti'd was worse Uian wasti'd. Also whi'ii the iiiiiiiinatiiin eonven tuiii had llnisheil its work, il was Known to i'M'iy one lliat many weak spots existed in the ticket. 'I hen tle ri' was ttie deplorable shortage of liuids in a slate where eampaiKiis eost heavily. Five of the nominees tailed to eontrilnite one .ni t othe central committee. The national (.oinmittee did little or notli in;: for .New Mexico. II. was in this sort of ciicuinstaiu'- that Mr. Seliunuin had to make Ins i'ikM. lie employed every weap on that could lie used honorably to Urine results hut al no time resort ed to ladies not in keeping wilh the i -ode of a penllellia...

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. — 18 November 1916

... Pursuant fo t- f Oj rTIrO' "-"l! .b' -V ' ' ' m - ' i '"i ;.'l1laiit.1..irttr;ter..of .v- n " ' ' " l.l. Ji JJ i J-t Jdf x-j .Y.. .Vlar nó2212l.t wo-.willnAJ í.'i... -J;") ' .-ivi- - . i. ... th.-... ti . .. it.1 Au.-uhi i, lili tixl May 'if.Vrtsiu-e- n't'Savtnn.'' U. 11.' 'a,n. 11 ' lull t l u.n . u I -1. W 1-2 NW 1-4. 'fi.rs'nl, .r r'(-et f . i .i1.! l'l I'.C'it t t " -- J'iof xi U :y I . "itWKI "iq QR (" nf'f'nr. - 'i' .Hím 0 nf.') Lrrm-i rf -í-H-S-í-H-t-. ..-. i , . 5 K0' THE CLAYTON NEWS S4TIROAY, MK.tji i,, i ' t 1 1-9 I i J. m r 17) i" BUSINESS Jin J T PROFESSIONAL, HILL RROTIIERS TRANSFER, LI VERT, STOR AGE AND CONTINEN TAL on CLAYTON, N. M. : nn. i. c. slack PHYSICIAN AND Sl'BOKOS Specialist In Diseases ( Wtnet Honri 9 to 11 a. m. 2 to 4 p. ra. PHONE 64 CLAYTON t I - ! I IL B. Woodward . F. O. Blue ! WOODWARD & BLLE I Attoraeys aa Conaeellera at Law ! Telephone Exchange Building I I mm "'BBaalBaaaaB)aaiaaaaiaaiaaaaiaaiaaaiB R. M. RUBOTTOM Auctioneer Will Cry Sales A...

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. — 18 November 1916

TÍOS CLAYTON NEWS MTUWAY, NOVKNBKH 1R 191ft. ITTiTTTI M MEECAMIi in EVERYTHING TO EAT AND WEAR r s THE QUALITY STORES LOW PRICE MAKERS 0 MB (Til ViVlio Líhteíaí tee Six Pairs Guaranteed Six Months ftcnu i ne Holeproof líos tho original guaranreeil hoo are sft, tight and trmtivc; nrt he;ivy, rmnhiTsorne ntv can -e, ük ronimon biun-li "( ifimrdii Cua hose. "HolepTonC at e nnulo In f-.ur cr.i.tos, íour wcichts and eleven colors, fcix pair. sell lor f l.Wlo according to li"ih. Three puir oí tilk Holeproof Sox, Runmntced thr months, cost f2. Only the finest 3-ply y:irn ( us-d, costing an avcrutre of 74c per pfunl. Com Snoo yarn can be bought for ,12c. Common I lose can't We m nooil us H jlcprout." :w ven ra of exteriorice co Into every p;iir of "Holeproof Seethe wblo assortment of "Hoi -proof " I'M . Look for tills trade-inarU and the 'nuíiTc ''.J-', Holeproof Nosieixf MA foKwmck, women MM ano chilor&n- We Handle Them uffic. IKM. ; vÉllillj ; if sin Éá (1W STETSON HATS Announcing the...

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. — 25 November 1916

MR. nUCIIES HAS PROVEN A BAB LOSER. PROR ABLY IlECAL'SE HE HAD 80 MUCH TO LOSE 4 FEiOTF.D TO THF IXTF.RF.ST OF COOP CITI.FNSUl p . JA7 7"; fp! 7J).Y(, OF TtK COM.W.YT) VOLUME IX CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1916 NUMBER 58 t Of society of expanding EQUITY Special Cumpuimi For Capital Stock and Members. Nationul Or -lianirr Here Tin' I nion County i-'arniers So ciety of Kuity lias been planning for sonii' tinii' on an enlargement of it scop oT h'.siness nil to that i-tul is waging a spi-curl campaign for new members ami shareholders. II. (i. Morris. .National 'rganizrr of tin1 F.quiiy is here fir (hi pur pose of promoting an incorporation undi'i' stale laws whirli will become IId buying and selling agency oT I 111' members. Mn an inti'i'vii'vv for the .Vi'ws, Mr. Morri-i gave out the following farts: "Wo are a .National organization f farmers with bruñidles in thirty slates. We have found by exper ience that it. is utterly futile to or ganize tli) farmers unless we, at ...

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