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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 13 January 1917

oTic i: ron iM ni.it nox lcp;irtment of the Interior, U. 8. Land i)!l-c at Clnyton. N. M . Nov 25. I3H! Notice la hcreliy plven that Resile W. I.oelilnirt. of I'eiitiiiiKton, 5.'. M., wlio, on Nov: -2, 1913, made HomeMeuil Pntry, .serinl. No. 72:'5, for K '-i. Coition M-t. TowtiHliip 2N lliniKO 31 K.. .. -M I'. .Mi : Mian, h lll'-'l nottee of Intention to make to oM;iliIlsh rlalm ilenerilieil. lnt'ire reiver. V. S. i.nril X M.. on tli- Oth I!i IV. i :.'ih;i:int nanu s v. m. ni'Mky. ;. l'lintl. I'. 1. 1'rlxt ton. N. M. l.C,.;-:i I'ar. Vain -rile, kiiiin oiTlce nt Clayton, N. M., on the 7th day of February, 1917. Claimant names an wltneaRca: 11. 1'. Hutt, (1. J. Palla. N. W. Shaw, V. K. Mam. all of Clnyton. N. M. 1-6--3 Kaz V'nlvcrde, HfKlater three enr proof to tin? lanil above ):i't;iht r anil !(- ullee i't Clayton, ilay of February, af wit ne st ;J N io:.l!ll M. 1.. ill of I 'i ii ii Inri - MU i r. i oh ri m u rno I ! lp.il tnii tit vt tin- lnt Titir. r. s. ilfb-r. at t 'l.i ton, N...

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. — 13 January 1917

NOTICIO hllll PI III.1CATION BUSINESS Jlnd j PROFESSIONAL HILL BROTHERS TRANSFER. LIVERT, 8TOR- AGE AND CONTINEN- I TAL, Oil CLAYTON, N. M. . , Hours 9 to 11 DR. J. C. SLACK PHYSICIAN AX1 SUB.GEOK PHONE 4 m- 2 to 4 p. m. I CLAYTON II. B. Woodward F. O. Blue WOODWARD & BLUE ,torn-y and ConnNellora at Law ( Telephone Exchange Building R. M. RUBOTTOM ! Auctioneer Will Cry Sales Anywhere at Any Time Attention, Homesteaders All legal 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. OTIC. I I 'Oil PI'IILICATIOX Department oí t.ie Interior, IT. 8. Land Ollice at Clayton. N. M., Decem ber IS, 1916. Notice Is hereby given that George J. Campbell, of Peneca. N. M., who, on November 2X. 1913, and December 9, 1913, made Homestead Entries, Serial No. H7Ü8S, and 0Í7319, for SW, 1-4, SIO. 1-4. Section 26, Township 2 N., Range 8(1 10., N. M. 1. Meridian, has (lied notice of Intention to make three year...

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. — 13 January 1917

OTTO-JOHNSOW l mW 4MTIS F C o EVERYTHING TO EAT AND WEAR THE QUALITY STO.IES LOW RICE MAKtRS 3 A.U ki m i w TA 1IF f? i n inVJüiJLi o m If you have put off until now buying a winter coat or suit, now is the time to buy it at a great saving For ONE WEEK Only we are going to offer everything in Ladies' Suits, Coats, Silk and Serge Dresses, Children's Coats, Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats at sis, ? A U I? 3 1 JL fH Ladies' Suits Coats. Dresses (fj) A. n. k ro. PUILA. THERE iire men who value .s7;c more than quality; llicre aro men. who value qualiti more than style; there are men who insist, upon equal measure of both. For those in the last class, certain satisfaction is assured by wearing IOrschbaiim Clothes $15, $20, $25, and up to $40 In the new Spring models Tliori' nro differences of cut in the various models at I he different prices lint there is full mine in all, fur every Kirschbauni Suit at every price is made of abso lutely pure wool, I)inlo!i shrunk by cold-water proces...

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 January 1917

STATU BAXK OK t UMMKRCK KI.K.CT V v. 'Ef 'i'"'? 7() 77;- XTI-KJST OF (iOOfl ( TXFNSffr .A7 77: f 77?. 7.V.V, OF Till-: COM.mWITY oi.i ii: ri.UT., N.F.W MUX I CO, Ji I I HIMt. .1 XI AIIV 20. 1HIT. M mhk.k -i PRESIDENTS LIFE THREAT ENEDiBY ANARCHISTS HI..4i(TKR." ACC'I SVM OK I'.KI'Oil'l' TO VWF(K IlKCKT LARtllt ll 1(1 IN iO HH :it Uli: Wll.l. I.KT IIU.III'I IK II A 111 II Hi !!! WAV Sun Francisco. Jan. If. President '.VIIhoii'.s llfi a threatened by an anarchistic organization known as the "Plasters," of which Thomas J. Moon- e y, on trial here for murder, was a lender. There will be shown by evi dence to be presented in Mooney's trial. Assistant District Attorney Ed ward A. L'unha declared in (uperior court in his opening address to the Jury late yesterday. "I . will prove," said Cunhu, "that these men plotted revolution against the government. 1 will prove that they sal In an edition of the Klast, the weathercock In the White House had better watch out. Suppression of the voice of ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 20 January 1917

MtRhARFT t de IIAI A l).t. HltlTK RATTI.K.SIIir !BW MKSM'O ' a. j ,:.;:.;s iaa 5 ?, a .a. iwvfe,i nmc-i . w EILL TO MAKE STATE DRY CONTAINS JOKER PHOI'OSKI UKAMHK lit U PHO 1M TO I'HOIIIHIT, OK KYKS HKÜTRKT, IMPORTATION' OF M KT I.OIIIXi tlltM.K OK VKM i: I N. FA III. Santn Ke. N. M., Jan. 17. UrportH from viuIouh Imita of the Mate hull rate that imirh anxiety I f'lt ainonu the lin dry iirtdilhltionlxt iiliout the )irooMvd hill t make the mateo "dry." liiHteuil of a hill that will make liootleKKiiiK Imponiillde, the MM lre xented to the cénate fur i-onsldera-1 1 on li.m no i o ImIciii td prohlhlt. or even rcxtrlit, the importation of wet good. True, there are hi avy penal ties nllwed for xiol.ition of the law to prevet the inanufaeture, ale, bar ter or nlft of Intoxicant). Hut there Is nothliiK to force courts to pasn prn altlei. In -Home l oiintien the people prohecy ui'Une of thin leniency allow ed the court). Objection! to this fea 1ure are ndrolty coverel hy another nection kIví...

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. — 20 January 1917

pound and haU-tuau) tio humidoia and ta that clavar cryatal f laaahumldor.w.th ponga mo.atac.cr lop, that hcapa tha nT niLMOXS A VKAtl TO KDICATB t HILDIlKN WiithliiKton, Jan. 9 Schools In the I'nlti-il Htntm were nttended by 23, .".(10.0110 pprFon during- 1918 nccordltiK to the PHtlniHte of the I'll I ted Ktntea Muren u of Kriucatlon. This mean i I wit Approximately 24 per cent of the Inhabitants of this country lire nttend Imk arhool, as compared with 19 per pnt In I rent Mrltlan, 17 per cent In Krance, 2'i per cent In (lermany and xliKhtly more than 4 per cent In Itus- The report of the bureau recently IsHued. points out that the result is much less favorable to this country If flallv ittemlance, rather than enroli ng lit. I.. I.. .1 vi tK,' h,-i; fur roinpn i Isou, Hfiu'f :-:omc of tin- other nations Mtave better attendance and a longer .ehool term than the l.'nited States. Pupils In public kindergarten and elementary schools Increased more tlian a million In four years, the re ...

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. — 20 January 1917

in i in aMiie I rentable, and we have THE CLAYTON NEWS ODrUI Paper f Twa mt Hr'". 0lial Taar at l'ata t'oaaty IHH P. HIUH SITIIKRS K.4ltor and Onm om: doi.i.ak pkh ikr intre1 aa Second t'iass matter Octo er 26. 1!U9. Rt the postofflc at Dayton. N. M., under tlic Act of March ,1879. tTl Kl., Jt.M H SO, I0IT T.ixii.ij tu ure crow-dins: the treasur ir ollirt ilipe days In order to net liy without the eimlt. Have you paid vour taxes .' It has ! ii our custom lo write an . i. otlxlli ;.! iiliiorlal for tin- third Jan- i.arv ixc in- in t yrar of The New 'lhis Míe Is ti r hrnhmlnB of our sixth ycir ! I.o' of The New works. The pax" l!e cum 'i.' ve been pleasant and hopes that the- I ext year will be equal Iv no. We thank our friends and bun Int-KS assorlatt-s for paHt favors and business, aud bespeak a continuance of your Kuod will and patronage. and Kood, but If the tima to make two good counties han not arrived it would be n wrong move to Klve up any ter ritory nt this time. Politics sho...

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. — 20 January 1917

f ; J LOCAL AND PERSONAL j K. C. Colbin. of Liberal. Kannn r.. presenting the Star Lumber Company, ! the company that recently purchased the Tom Oray Lumber Co., Interest In Clayton anil Mt. Dora, peni Thurs day and Krldny In Clayton, looking over the Improvements being made at Sirs. Cora Bonu of Kenton Is visit- ar,!- -Mr. colbin is nmniy pieas- intf Sirs. U A. Wykoff.' w,ln 1 ' ,0" "nu l'mo" " The new residence of linrry Walcott ' . , mess uinrr uuiie uy nis i-uiiiiimii. IS neannpi t;iiiiiieiMMi. Mrs. Ouy Wood, of Cuates, spent a few days In town this week.' W. U H.irrell of Texllne, spent lit Mt jtlUKIHJ III,, IVII II I'Ufi lit nr.. t Miss Slnrle Chnpmnn of Amurillo. Is I ,nB' "3111111 I'urnisl: fui' liüht I : u'ifiiriiisliril moms houscki'i'piiu or sl'op- vlxtting her sister Mrs. J. P. Kay. Mrs. II. C Thompson who has been very 111 with erysipelas Is .Improving. Phone 1SX for Quick Service In the ilruy and transfer line. Cursoii ,t Co. Lewis Knoth of, near Cliililiuiti. - ut tvn...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 20 January 1917

Again f or rvr $1 Wh 7TT- í . i a i r i nis ouaranieea Hiummum iooKer The cost of Aluminum has doubled since we ordered these lifetime Cookers. At present prices, this offer would be impossible. So, in all probability after our supply is exhausted, it cannot be made again. MÍ Newt week the grocers of this city will once more feature this Quaker Cooker offer. And for the last time, we believe. We huve supplied Cookers now to over 1,000,000 homes. We have fupplied these guaranteed Aluminum Cookers for $1 to Quaker Oats i! e;s. But this olfer ends with our present supply, and probably for ever. Unless Aluminum drops 50 per cent, we cannot again offer a Cooker like this for $1. Put next week only we make the offer below. You can get this Cookei for $1 , by buying two of our cereals which should be cooked in it. This offer is made to induce better cooking. To bring you Quaker Oats and Pettijohn's cooked in perfect form, with the flavor kept in tact. Our reward will come in your doubled d...

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. — 20 January 1917

Atrae;a and Counsellors at Law BUSINESS JnJ r ! PROFESSIONAL,1 HILL BROTHERS COAL, ICE ANO TRANSFER COMPANY j TELEPHONE 58C Clayton, New Mexico THOS.' F. SAVAGE j For Nine Years in United States Land Office GENERAL LAND PRACTICE j Entries. Contests, Final Proofs, Hats and Abstracts i promptly attended to Office 1st N-tl Rank Bide., CLAYTON. N. M, H. H. Woodward K. O. Blue WOODWARD & IlLl.'K Telephone Exchange Building I. M. R (.'BOTTOM Auctioneer Will fay Sales Anywhere at Any Time (.icnwlle - New Mex. DR. C. K. KKLI.ER Dentist Over Dean's Bakery (nice Paoae IUIH llajles COL. J. A. SOWERS Aactleaerr Write, rao at Séneca or l'hone iih at Wanctti? for Datos. . Commission one. per cent Satisfaction (uarioilccd .---------------------' ............ --- See G. C SMITH b'Olt HEAL ESTATE AXD INSURANCE CONTEST CASES HANDLED EFFICIENTLY Olllce in First Nat l Bank Blilg. For All Auctioneer work CoL George Goodyear 30 years experience in Live Stock, Townsite and Merchan dise. All work will ...

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 January 1917

i' I .:' i-.. '":iíWt i,':: f !" ii'i'jTikS'í;:'.'::!!;::;!!;;:.!.:!, iil'KrüWül'J)'. l-f " l'tií:--.-!i;r- 'ff :i-:j;!- ItrJ!l...:;;i ! H ;:.:;i:'.;i .1 íi'j-W'V l;,::' Mi" 'Ü'üW CAMION ME i SIPLEIEmS PLOWS CULTIVATORS LISTERS Vi'úí i; ;m;. ;iii,.n;:;.i:i;!. Wmmíi--íí ';;i!.::ii,.;::!í!:;t:;;:!j:, ;( ':!!! fin. :vih 'i::.i; : j,:, i. di' ;n y;,:,. :; rji -V 'Hew : i; 'i:, : 1 Wh f ' -u-i-Ti y. í y- -i .ü-. . 7 srti lUf 1 3 ' 1 ' 1 GET BUSY BUY EARLY Or you may have difficulty in getting yours, on account of the shortage in material ELECTRIC WINONA WEBER .: !: '. ' :; 1-. 1 ! uirect airoKe a m i mm 3 'XU.L THEY SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES - '. I" ;J reared y W. W (5 IVQ(0)g(LflD.ATraic(t(n)r IT WILL DC' THE WORK OF A DOZEN TEAMS 0 Wo 0A AC WHERE THE FARMER GETS THE SERVICE - ;'r i isstttttttttttttti-rrrf'--"-'-'

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 January 1917

md Cipriano Lucero, of I - , ir 1 ' 1 7-.v yv) . x:a':st if coo ari.i.xsmr .ix . . yy.', v.vay, ,v- . eoi.ifxrv ílTltTÍ E f '-. oi l ni: ( i.n iuv, m:a aiexico, sati hi w. mm aid -i, 11117. M.MRKII n PRESIDENT ffllKS PLAINLY TKAMIM.EK II'ON A.NOTIIKIt l'IIK. cedent BY .ni:ni; iihiohk )iU3ÍATF. FOR HEART TO HEART TALK. V Washington, J:m. 'íi. President Wil son In :t personal address to the senate today, laid down the ueHtuin of whether Ih"' f. S. hall depart from its traditional policy of Isolation and . In entangling alliances, and take part In a world league to preserve peace .vfter war. No Huch history-making event with such far-reaching possibilities to the 1'. S. probably ever had been Keen In the senate chamber. Shattering pre cedent of more than a century, the president, regarding the Depute with Its treaty-making' power. as bin coun sellor In foreign' affairs, explained why he believed the time had come for the world to know America's position and discussed the underlying cal...

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 January 1917

LOCAL AND PERSONAL Seruplo Miera, of Beenham, was In Clayton, Monday, on business. Bobby Miller has accepted a pos ition with the local land office. 11 u y the best Nigger Head Coal from 1IU1 Brothers. I'hon 68C. Miss Kuby Thornton is now working In the Clayton 1. 8. Lund Office. Udell Harris of near Kenton, at tended to buxlness In the city, Monday. Thone 1S8 for Quick Kcrvlce In the dray and transfer line. Carson & Co. I,. It. Stead, postmaster at Stead, attended to buxlness In Clayton Mon day. Chux. I. Sprouse of near Mt. Dora, was a Clayton business visitor Tues day. KOII S4I.K Medium xizc range, t Herder) used three months. Cull Geo. (iould D-lt Walter Mrown of near titead, was u business visitor anil trailer in the rlty Tuesday. Col. Win. Uro n, of near .Stead, at tended to business In the county seat this week. K. tiodlove of near Hayden, attended to business matters in the county sent this week. Walter Scott of Mt. Dora, was In Clayton, this week trading and looking afte...

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 January 1917

r.';,IJ." ll. l-l.;f,H,l,...(l ,( ,;IU. llttl.:r.!';!(ll'HI PRESIDENTS SPEECH TO THE SENATE Continued from ' On it. But they ov It to themselves and to the other nntlons or the world to Mate the conditions under which they will fell free to render it. That service Is nothing less tlmn this to add their authority and their lowei to the authority and force of other nations to guarantee peace and lustice throughout the world. Such a i ttk ;.i c i: t cannot now he longr post .poneil. It in linl'i tliut litf..iv '.: fc.nis this Koveminent should frankly formu late the conditions upon which It would feci Justified In nsklntr our people to approve a lentiue for pence. 1 am here to. attempt to state those hi, 'lit ions. The present war must hrst he end- wl. . "Hut we owe It to candor and to a iunt regard for the opinion of mankind to say that so far as our participation ii guarantees of future peace Is con cerned, It makes a Ri'eat deal of dif ference in what way and upon what -.crms It Is ...

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 January 1917

THE CLAYTON NEWS Official Paper of Tmi of Clayte-a. OHrtai Paper of I'aloa l)atr C'll.t. P. IUIOHI SITIIKB Kaitor aad Owaer ALFALFA W. II .WRITKH CAPITOL NKW K IMtl.LAH PKIt 1KR Kntered os Second . i;i ! matter Octo ber 24. 1!")!, nt the postotllce at Clayton. N. M , under the Act of March 3 .IS79. UTIRIMV, JIARY 27, IBIT It la practically useless to cow alfalfa on thin Roll where the bed rock ap i caches the surface; on land which !s unüerl.iln at compnratlvely shallow depths by bnrdpnn; or In locations where the subsoil "Is so compnet that I the roots ran not penetrate it. I I'robnbly no other field crop requires jlli'ic to such ;ui extent as tloca alfalfa i inil with the exception of rather limit- ed limestone areas, practically nil of i the soils of the t'nlted States east of the nlnety-llfth meridian renulre lim Untj for the best development of this ; crop. Well .senator O. C. .smith la on the right track. It would be Impossible to learn too much about the funds in the hands of...

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 January 1917

near Amistad, the elty Mon- I 9 ' - - - - - V ' LOCAL m PERSONAL ' l ! f-aturdity cvcnina ni the Palmer linll. 1 They were tho guests of Miss Hcttlo Hrooks while In C;iyton. I J. It. Kilburn of near Mt. Dora, wm In Clayton Thursday. V. W. Tuthlll of Thomas, wah trading. In the city Wednesday. Hen Heinken of llnydt-ti, was .here Monday, of thin week. , N. OyKti-r if Sedan attended to bus iness In Clayton, Thursday. John Ley of Seneca, was n busl- H visitor here Thursday. T. Ll-ht was here Thursday trad and rMciil'nir to business. IÍ. Marker of i.'hd niileH south of i low it, traded in the city Frldnv. i j J. V. Horn of east of town, ut- ' tended lo business In the city Friday. Mir.- v have plenty of those little' LIU of Sale books, tte.itly hound. In ;)'! the original and duplica! and the j ftuiiiiht perforated kind, also scads: i ml se:idH of Promisors .Notes neatly bo'.utd. When in need of any call! 'round, , I ir. lüake tf Hayden. wan a business Isitor and trader in Clayton, Monda...

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. — 27 January 1917

to prkhi;t row km WnxliliiKtun, Jan 23. Democrats of I In- house ways and tnrnns committee I. il- today approved n sub-committee's draft of the administration revenue Mil nuil a cnuous of the house mnjor i y was culled for Thursday night to consider the measure. The new revenue bill I entitled u Mi to provide revenue on ncrount of I he army and nnvjr. It ut! Into n special ' preparedness fund" not only tlüQ.ftUQ.O'iO of revenue lo he collected from the rxcesH prot't I. ix and increased rates of transfers i.f estates, hut Includes $1 Jft,Oii,(00 nit of the revenue to he collected un der tho ciih -rgrnry Hw of last year My a new provision inserted today t!ie pitsident would he empowered to lower hy proi lamat ion the exemption f the iiiioine tax to touch those of "J. (Mm a year Instead of l.l.nOO, the prc-.-.nt 1 1 1 i n i in u mi limit, ond to Increase i he 'iir .v 'aim cl hishcr Incomes e.hene,cr lie believes expenditures are toinK to exceed revenues. This pro vision Is expected to ...

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. — 27 January 1917

I l-C-2-3. BUSINESS Jlnd t 5 PROFESSIONAL HILL BROTHERS COAL, ICE AND TRANSFER COMPANY TELEPHONE 58C Clayton, New Mexico Attention, Homesteader All legal advertising in this paper is read muí rnrrectetl ai' r.irding to copy. Mead jour ad, it iid if an errcr is found how ever slight, notify us at once THOS. F. SAVAGE For Nine Yeais in United States Land Ofice GENERAL UNO PRACTICE Entries, Contests, Final Proofs, Plats and Abstracts promptly attended to Office 1st N'tl Hunk Bldir.. CLAYTON, N. M, H. 1!. Woodward F. O. Blue WOODWARD & BLl'H Adornos " ' i I r n at I.nv Telephone Exchange Building It. SI. Itl'llOTTOSI Auctioneer Will Cry Sales Anywhere at Any Time Gmivillc New Slex. IU. V.. E. KELI.KR Dentist Over Dean's Uakory Oilier I'lione 101 II t in; tun COL. .!. A. SOWERS Auctioneer Write, me at Seneca or Phone inn at Waiietto for Dates. Commission one per cent Satisfaction finan-: leed See C. (.. SMITH FOR HEAli ESTATE AND INSURANCE CONTEST CASES HANDLED ' EFFICIENTLY Ottice i...

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. — 27 January 1917

x V I A fa 0 OF - PLOWS CULTIVATOR hiú I LilJ .CkVit 'kit i - ' -.V- . . ..... I , ' ... ;.. vi ' ' w GET BUSY BUY EARLY Or you may have difficulty in getting yours, on account of the shortage in material n M. - W XT : ELECTRIC WINONA WEBER Eclipso Direct Stroke Geared THEY SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES l ;- i í ........ iV'".'t ' í visa. IT WILL DC THE WORK OF A DOZEN TEAMS o W WHERE THE FARIÍER GETS THE SERVICE II ;í;í X ' J

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. — 3 February 1917

Ei ty :) r ' .77:Vv7.-s-y í'-' ()) cm.i.xstiin .n 77. rpin nix, VOLIAIN :i.YTO, F.W Ml.XICO, STl IIIHV, I KHIU AllY, í, 1!)I7. UNION COUNTY TO GET BETTER TRAIN SERVICE; .im am;i:mi:ts hki; www. ion kowkctions at thin- ll0. i:w DKrOT is I'HOMISKI) Santa Fe. .Ian. 'J'J. - ( '. r i-i t i n Commissioner. Hugh Williams lias returned from M"i r. . where In- re presented tln t al in tin- important rali' hearing after! big rat.'- 'or job bers in New Mi'Xiv 1 hi hi.- xvay home al 'rrini.lail. If niel, with railroad ollicials to pro. cure connection with Santa l-V an I Colorado and Southern trains that -will 'ivo'ii long delays in Pavel be tween i'niitii c( 'i'1'ty and Un- rest of Un1 state Tin- Colorado ami Soiilli i'1'ii ollicials irniiiisi'(l tu li Id their trains :vveii!y minutes for 'In- desir ed rnniertion. if tin' Santa l-V el" lirials vill maki' a siuulia" conces sion. I hey also promise.! to build a line lew ilcpol al. Clayton lo re place !li present inaileio t'e striiet lll'e. . The...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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