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We handle all the Famous Case Implements.
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i TOM GRAY LUMBER CO.
DEALERS IN HUM DINC MATERIALS
X Lumber. Láth. Shingles. Sash. Doors.
The Seed Hopper and Spout Icing
mounted on t.h
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J Moldings, Roofing, Building Paper, f
telescoping, because both are
raised wi th the beam and are al
ways n the same relative posi
lic:; to catli other. Noehance
tocloguor get out of order. I
Variable Drop, controlled by a
Beaver Wall Board t
, vi ..ij y cmeiiuy piacea
near the hopper isures accur
ate dropping. An opening in
the spout enables the operator
to see the seed passing down,
rianting distances may be
LET US FIGURE YOUR BILLS, LARGE OR SMALL
i28 Bob Bown, Mgr.
- . . . v w iu -v lililíes.
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f The Disc rivera are held firmly in the ground
f by spring pressure, allowing tliera to ride over obstructions S
V width and angle, enabling the operator to act the d. juit
right. Shovel Covers furnished if desired. jf
mat tJayton Hour
OUR HOME MADE FLOUE $
The Clayton Mill is now rnniug full time manufacturing J
The "CP." Highest Patent Hard Wheat Flour.
The "Corona" High Patent Hard Wheat Flour.
The "Princess" Fancy Patent Hard Wheat Flour. X
And while we are maldnr the nrices w t ot.otw0. 2
t Qu.I.ty Second to None Shipped to Clayton ty Eastern Ccir.pelilcr. 1
so la BwznPBa oi. caca and every sack so you x
RUN NO RISK IN BUYINP. IT I
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TO HANDLE IT 6
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1 Clayton Milling Camp
White Short, etc
H. Herzstein Seed Co.
"Washington Day Is Observed at Cap
ital Washington, Feb. 22. Every agen--cy
of the American government paus
ed to day to pay homage to the mem
ory of George Washington in the cap
ital which bears his name.
President Wilson, Secretary Dan
iels, Ambassador Jusserand and other
national figures gathered at a cele
bration at Continental Memorial Hall
under the auspices of the Associated
Both houses of congress suspend
ed business while Senator Johnson of
Maine and Representative Baker of
California read General Washington's
farewell address with its poignant
phrases warning against "insidious
wiles of foreign influence," "mischiefs
4f foreign intrigues" and the impos
tures of pretended patriotism."
The farewd! adJress has been read
in congress eveiy jar for genera
tions, but probably never before were
Washington's words so closely applied
to present day conditions.
At Mount Vernon wreaths and flow
ers were laid on the first president's
tomb, many made pilgrimages to the
rooms where he lived and died and
others visited his monument, which
towers from the mall here.
Business in nil the executive depart
ments was suspended for the day.
At Continental Memorial Hall the
President and a large audience ap
plauded the reading of Washington's
views on national preparedness in
-excerpts from his messages to con
gress. "Although written more than a hun
dred years ago, these words of Wash
ington sound as if he had just awak
ened from his long sleep to utter them,
no applicable are they to us now,"
declared William C. Fitts, former At
torney General of Alabama, one of the
President Wilson made no address,
lut he presented a gold medal on be
lialf o fthe patriotic societies to Miss
Ina M. Lawrence, winner of nn essay
contest on "The Campaign Against
Quebec in 1775," nmong the school
children of the District of Columbia.
"I am not going to embarrass you
by making a speech," the president
told Miss Lawrence, as he handed her
the medal. "I am just going to con
V.TS'tulute you most sincerely upon
Vice President Marshall designated
Senator Johnson to read Washington's
address. When th-j senator conclud
ed Whsaitipton's warning against cn-
t:',ng!i:i' foreign alliances, Senators on
both sides applauded' vigorously.' ' '
The senate then recessed until tomorrow.
Who Wouldn't Grow?
The keeper was feeding
thons. Several live rabbits w
ed into the cage and immedia
greedily eaten by the reptil
struggling rabbits, although
ly almost as laree as the snp
swallowed whole one after I
The ghastly sight prompted
any looking man to exclaim
"Gruesome, eh, keeper," I
The keeper turned a gland
upon the professor.
"Yes, and you'd a grew
if you'd et all that livestock,
We are now located in the
and it will be a pleasure to
welcome our friends.
WIS 4 IHllluT
How he Caught Cold.
"Would you give me a
tea, ma'am, if you pleas
tramp. "I have a heavy co
ing from sleeping in th
"Where did you slee
mnn?" asked the old la
"I slept in the field down yonder
and forgot to close the gate." New
Too Much for Her.
A little girl who was enrolled in
the extension department of the Y.
M. C. A. was asked by one of the
secretaries of the association why she
no longer attended the technical
"Well," replied the girl, "I have al
ways thought a conjunction was a
place where trains stopped. When
I learned it was a word that connect
ed other words the class was too much
for me." Indianapolis News.
Sure Thing. j
Isaacs Cohen is 'going to retire
from business for five years.
Abrams Oh, I heerd him say dot
Isaacs Yes, but dis time der Judge
of de court said 'it.
Wished a Medium.
A story is told of a Frenchman who
was very anxious to see an American
business man at his home. The first
morning when he called at the house
this maid replied to bis query, "the
master is not down yet," meaning
do vn stairs The following morning
lie called ilgnin and was met wjth
"The mastir is not up yet," meaning
f hut he ha'l not arisen from his bed.
The Frenchman looked at her with a
doubtful y ye. paused a few seconds
and said "Eet ees ver' deef'cult,
but eef aie mademoiselle will tell me
when W master will be neither up
nor don, but in, ze middle, zen I
vill calí znt time." Chicafo News.
D. A. PADDOCK
Clayton - . New Mex.
" WOMEN ARE INV1TKD TO MAKK USK OP OUR RKST ROOM ::
Closed Saturday, Open Saturday Evening."
CLAYTON - - . NEW MEX
Jim Coleman Prop.
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NICE CLEAN BEDS
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