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niE CLAYTON MiWii The Clayton News PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY red la the Poat-Offlee at Clayton, Haw Mexico, aa Second-Class nail mat ter. October 20, HMD, under the Act of Ha- 8. 1ST. Official Paper of Unjon County and U. S. Land Office J. F. LUN8F0IID, Editor and Mgr. SUBSCIHPTION RATES: One Year $1.50 61x Montlis 1.00 Three Mouths .50 Advertising Hutas made on request. ! Only a little more than a week till the animal mooting of llie Colorado (p Gulf Highway at Amarillo, takes place. The president of Hie high way gives out that the Texas State highway engineer will attend this meeting and deliver an address. Other orators of importance will also he present, and an interesting program lias heen arranged. May lil and 2i, should he red Jetter days (or this the oldesl highway in our section. The importance of tho travel over thin road is not realized by the average resident. Last year I he Hoy Scouts at Dalhart were del egated the task of tallying the num. her of ears passing, and they found I hat more than 100 cars, some days, were making tracks as tourists. They do not all stop at every town, hut a certain percentage do drop dinero as they go. The corps of workers at the post office, under the direction of our vory efficient Postmaster, Mrs. Pace, has scored again in giving service to (ho people of Clayton. The boxes for collection of mail have been distributed with good judgment throughout the town. We give below the schedule furnished by the postmaster, showing location of boxes and hours for collection: By Bklund Hotel. 8:20 and 11:00 M.; 1:20 and i:()0 P. M. W. corner :ird & Main Sis., 8:30 A M.. 1:30 P. M. N. E. corner itli & Pin-1 Sts., 0:15 A M.. 2:55 P. M. S. W. corner 2nd & Cedar Sts.. 10 . M., 3:00 P. M. By rlmglon Hotel. 8:20 M, 1 .:;n P M. NnrlhwcM corner of court lio.is-o blcel,. 8:í: A. M., 1:15 P. M. N V. corner of 1st Ave. A. Van Buten St.. 0:20 A. M.. 2:20 P. .M. " S. W. curlier 1st Ave. & W. ill mid. way. 0:10 A. M., 2:Í0 P. M. Collections from .ill bove.i w':'. bo Made at í P. M., mi Sunday and 1k.!- LOCAL FIRM WILL AID UNION COUNTY FARMERS The Olio-Johnson Merc. Co. car ries a local ad in Ibis issue that is an expression of optimism. Bosides extending credit to the farmer to enable him to make a bet ter and larger crop for the year of 1022, Mr. Johnson also stated that cash will be furnished in reasonablo amounts whore needed to help the Union county farmer finance his project. As far as known, tho Otto-Johnson company are pioneers in a proposi tion of this kind. This is very com mondable, but right, that one of the leading mercantile firms of tho city should set tho example and estab lish precedent. BIBTIID AY SUPPER A SUCCESS Tho Loyal Womens' Bible class gavn a Birthday Suppqr at tho Chris tian church oiTWedncsday evening of this week, which proved to be a great success. Twolvo tables were appropriately decorated, one for each month in the year, and nil were requested to sit at the table representing tho month of thoir birth. The attendance was very good in deed, despito the fact that the wind was blowing a gale all day. Over 100 people were served chicken and the trimmings. PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given to all male citizens, 21 years of age and over, of School District No. 1, of Union Co.. N. M., that a poll tax of $1.00 is du Irom you. The Clayton Board of Education has employed Mr. Charles E. Wood to collect the poll (a. See him and pay him your dollar. Clayton Board of Education. NOTICIA PUBLICA Noticia publica es por esun dada a lodos los ciudadano que teñirán 21. anos cumplido y arriba de 21 anos del Dislricto No. 21, del Cunda lo de Unmn, Nuevo .Mevico, mi- la opi lación de 81. 00 esPi levida por cada uno de vds por "1 ano de 1022 en di cho Dislricto y el Cuerpo de Educa ción ha empleado al Sr. Charles V. Wood para (pie colecte la miiona véanlo a el y paguenle a el su peso de capitación. Cuerpo do Educación d Clapton MOTHER'S DAY We owe all we are to Mother. The mothers have ever been the stepping stones li honor, fame and fortune. Should w not lake a day off and do honor to the mothers of America? We take time off for "Clean l'p Week. Polaloe Week, Flower Week. Children's Week" and a few other weeks. Why not take a day off for Mother? Attend churc'i a: I write a letter honu;. The M. H. Church has a special Mother's I lav service next Sunday morning. Special niuic has been arranged and the pijslor will speak on the subject: "Mv Mother." Report of condition ot tb FARMERS & ST0CK MENS BANK at Clayton, In tho State of Now Mex ico, at the close of business on May 6, 1922. No. 87. one-eleven cigarettes RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $111, 316. 0& Overdrafts . . Honda and Securities owned unpledged J20.020.S2 Total Honili), Stocks, Etc... Val. of H'klnK H'so J17.000.00 I.cbh encumbrance 2,000.00 Furniture and FIxturcB Net amount due, from banks and Hankers . Chocks on other banks In samti town as report's bank Coin and Currency iH n HO AUAlVfvTitl te.OJ in VBBBSm SBBKT I Three Friendtf Gentlemen TURKISH VIRGINIA BURLE Y ffli orFIFTEEN' In a new package that fits the pocket At a price that fits the pocket-book The same unmatched blend of Turkish. Virginia, and Burley Tobaccos None 20,020.92 , 15,000.00 4,600.40 30,714.46 1,270.63 7,606.04 TOTAI $190,426.47 Dr. 1). W. Ilaydon has one of the finest ocular shops in the stale at the Davis Drug store, and he can give expert service. If there is any thing wrong with your eyes, see -him. The Clayton Steam Laundry, un der !iie supervision of M-- I iini"u, is first class and givúv V No. I -i '' ice to its patron-. SPECIALS! Work Shirts, Extra Heavy, Blue 69c Summer Unions, long sleeves, an kle length Boys knit union suits, Summer CLOSE OUT One Lot Boys Suits, This Week 1-3 Reduction. Work Gloves, Spl. This Week - 98c LIABILITIES Capital Block paid In 76,000.00 Undivided Profits, -6,611. 84 Less cur. expenses. Int. & Taxes I'uid.. $3,924.63 Net amount duo to other hunks or bankers Individual deposits (includ ing 2S, 29, 31,. 32) $93,274.80 Cashier's checks.. 2,167.73 Time Certificates of Deposit duo In 2,687.31 4,649.36 30 days .136.74 Total Demand Deposits 103,969.27 Certificates of Deposit --- $ 4.066.66 Total Time Deposits .L... 4,056.66 Collection Account 64.87 TOTAL -$190,426.47 We Are First Aid to the Doctor We specialize for your benefit in our prescription department Davis Drug Company CLAYTON, :: . NEW JIE.V. I wmmm $1.19 49c BURN & EDMONDSON Clayton, N. M. i The Pullman Cafe i I PERRY MlLLF.lt, Prop. 35c - - Meals - - 35c ROOMS IN CONNECTION OPEN ALL NIGIIT OUR MOTTO: SERVICE - CLEANLINESS - QUALITY State of Sew Mexico, County of Union, ss. , We, Hay Sutton, Vice President, and D. w. I'rlcstloy, Cashier, of tho utiove named hank, do solemnly swear that the nbovo statement Is truo to tho best ot our knowledge and belief. HAY SUTTON, Vice President. D. W. I'R1ESTI,13Y, Cashier. Correct Attest: .1. ALLKN WIKOFR HAY SUTTON. , A. C. McKLWAIN. '"é Directors. " - ? Subscribed andVsworn to before me this lith day of 'May, 1922. i (SKAL) PltÉlí I VAN PELT, Notary Public, Union Co.. N. M. ' My Commission expires July 16, 1924. COMING TO j Trinidad ; DR. DORAN i A Specialist not in Name Only, but uy I'Aprncnco oi iimosi Quarter of a Century DOES NOT USE THE KNIFE Will nit e Free Consultation on TUESDAY. MAY 1ÜTII nt cardenAs HOTEL from 10 n. in. to 4 p. m. ONE DAY ONLY They Como .Many .Miles to Sec Him Dr. Doran is a regular gradúalo in medicino and surgery and is licensed by tho State of Colorado. He visits professionally the moro im portant towns and cities, and offers to nil who call on this trip consulta tion and examination free, except the expenso of treatment when de sired. Areordmg to his method of com ing to your nearest city to sec pa tients ho gives all sick people an opportunity to obtain the best that medical science can offer right at home. Ho dons not operate for chronic appendicitis, gall. stones, ul cers of the stomach, tonsils or ade noids. Ho has tii his credit many wonder ful results in disease of the stomach, liver, bowels, blood, skin, norves, heart, kidney, bladder bodwoltlng, catarrh, leg ulcers nnd rectal ail ments. If you f been ailing for any length of lime and do not get any belter, do not fail to call, as improp er mensures ral her than disease are very often the cause of your long standing trouble. Remember nbovo dato, thnt exam ination on this trip will bo freo nnd Hint his Ireilment is different. Married ladies must come with their husbands, and children with their parents. Address: Mcdifcal Laboratory of Dr. Doran, 335-330 Hoston Block, MinnoapolisfMliíñV Mr Farmer 9 Our business is growing . Our prices are right Union County Creamery and Ice Company SECOND STHEET, NEXT HOOK TO HRANE'S STORE. A Progressive Pharmacy In this progressive age a druggist cannot afford to lei ethical ideals blind him regarding (be best interests of his business afld lli( wel fare of his customers. At our shop niodren merchandising methods are observed in vari ous ways in connection with the practice of pharmacy. PRINTED PUHLICITY Head our newspaper ads, letters, circulars and other forms of ad vertising which wo issue. Our publicity is interesting drug store nows. Head it and you will be informed regarding the new things and will also keep posted on prices. WINDOW DLSPIAY , Watch our windows for á showing of up-tordatc drug-store mer chandise. These displays are changed regularly and are made to conform to our newspaper ads. A limited spaco will not permit a showing of all goods so-after inspecting the windows, 'come in. Watch For Our lc. Sale Soon The City Drug Store PHONE 7 YVANSElt & RECK, Props. Thu parly who took all lhe silver from Iho buf rot drawers at tho home of M,rs. Rublo ARE KNOWN,. and if samo is returned no questions will bo asked. Leave at the .'loor inílüu the scroon. LADIES' ATTENTION! .Tho ladies oí tho First M. U. church will hold a cookod food .salft, Saturday, May 13, at Gentry's Gro cery Store. Come and buy y.nir Sun day dinner, and savo a day Y work lo prepare it.