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Men 6c Doyo
Clayton'o Only Reody-to-Weor Store
FIRST MONDAY WEEK SALE
First Monday from nov on will be the Bargain Day at our store. Every article advertised for that week is cheaper
than you can buy the same goods for ANYWHERE. We mean it.
Vioro than 33k Reduction on Items on Sale
Lot No. 1
Take Your Choice ot any Boys' Overcoat in lot
number 1. Values, regular price up to $3.75
Lot No. 2
Take Your Choice of any Boys Overcoat in lot
number 2, values regular prices up to $6.00
Lot No. 8
Take your choice of any Man's Overcoat in lot
number 8, values regular prices up to $10
Lot No. 4
Boys' Wool Union Suits
Take your choice of any size in lot number 4,
Regular price $1.25 and worth it
For One Week Only
310 and 312.50
' BENS' SUITS
CHOICE - - - $6.75
Lot No. 5
Childrens' Sweater Coats
All Wool for either girls or boys. Regular
Price $2.95 each
Lot No. 8
Black Pony Coats, for ages 2 to 6 years. Only
five coats in lot. ltegular price $2.25
We say you can't beat the quality for
the Price anywhere, no time, never.
Lot No 7
Good medium heavy ribbid Cotton Hose. We
bought a full case direct from the mills,
at other stores
3 pair for 25c
Lot No. 8
Boys' Duck Coats
They're Blanket Lined. Take your choice of
these Good $1.50 i oats
' . 95c
$10.00 AND $12.50 MEN'S SUITS AT $6.75. $1.25 EXTRA SIZE OVERALLS AT 69
LIFE IN THE REAR
OF BELGIAN ARMY
GiYiHzns teged Back to Set
ealesntii Century Existence
VMm COMFORTS GONE.
rV.pl. In Community. Near B.ttl
Front Live on Bar. NKiiiinn and
Mvat Keep In Touch With Twn
aguara, Whion Has .com. Cantar or
All Nswe Witn.as Reviews of Troop.
Though our little luuii. nut fHr back
f the Itelghiu army. Iiuh been bom
barded more than nine, ( umm uever
actually lucked food, nevei leeu pil
laged, never seen iU HirifiH iu dunies.
aays dispatch I nun Havre. r'rau-.
after being teicgrupht-d from tbe Uel
flan battle fruiil. Life la uot exactly
(a, but It la euduraM. la effect we
ar back here a couple of centuries.
There ara no telegrepua or telephones,
xcept for the ux uf the army. There
la no certainty that a letter, eren when
etui by sanction of the military author
bles, wlllt be dispatched It may bo
submitted for approval. Indorsed for
dispatch, stamped. roolgued to the
military poNtoUtre Afterward Ibj tat
la uncertain I'erhapa It will reach It
destination after a week or two, per.
No bewapaper la piihlraned here,
though uimm fnifu ntlier loans Alter
lu. generally by wnt of iioMpltala Utia
of our slock recrruuoua u to forag
for food MiipplieM IM-caxioually 10
eome out of the way .bop the search
t dlligeuce Im rewarded by Lh dta
cvery of aotnethliig eatablw tiu of
preserved fruit, a forgotten renjDant of
aom aweetmeaU a little stock ot Sugar
a, moat precious of all, a bottle ot
mineral water. Tita town rotar le
nor this suspect, and the lack of
pera drinking water la probably the
aajest hardship. Tr la a. resident
of the town who Is sometimes seen
eating au egg It gives him almoxt
celebrity The source of supply Is kept
a grand secret One suspects that be
has private beu concealed to tila
Strange Storf.a Cama Pram Outeide.
Occaxionalty some one on official
business kohh to Loudon, a city where'
things can be bongbt. tboogb In dim
light of which we retain memories.
He rotnea back with strange tale ol
tbe perils f the mtb. the posta which
moat ha passed with reented mluuie
examination of paera, tbe ordeula of
search which must be endured, the
passag across tbe mined channel, tos
traversa of Kent by traína whose
lights are shrouded.
But never does be return with enough
There Is another city called Paris,
separated from ua by a hundred lawta
demanding papers and pink lataner
paawra and blue lalsser-pawier and
pbotogrupba and the like. But it la
not generally auspected that things can
be bought in Paris, though xtireiy some
hops survive there. Coming la k
from I'nrbt If any one ever doea come
back the voyager la not expected to
bring supplies Of tbe rent ot ths
wirld we have no actual cocuisa nee.
We have plunged back Into the out
look of tbe seventeenth century, with
out poata. , without newsiwperx. with
out any certainty of coniruitulcatlon.
One Joy and privilege of the seven
teenth century baa come back-tbe so
cial life of the town square. By keep
ing In touch with tbe town square one
cau feei tbe pulMe of tbe world beat
ing. It la a newnNiier and a aalon and
a popular cafe all la one.
Geesip StH "..mains.
Soldiers paaslng to and fro tell by
their confidence, aa they march to
ward tbe enemy, that things ara going
well, or by their stern set faces aa they
go back from tbe front that things ara
not ao wel. Uosat go around telling
tb wonderful a lories of tbe war. al
ways Interesting. If rarely true. Tb
officials who know facta and ar will
ing to Impart them to discreet ear
pass to and fro. There la van a little
pink thread of gossip of a semlacan
aaJous kind, with apparitions occasion
ally of dames of fashion. Tbea ap
parltkma ar followed sometimes by
proclaniatloit or orders of the day un
favorable to such apparitions la the
fsturm. Frttoltty la not encouraged.
pccardooaUj Uta town. sjuar ta J1U-
ed with Mimp und music alien there
la grand review of trooM by som
Kuroeau ruler or great general.
There are auxlctlea. danirera. doubts
never a day, rarely an hour, without
its funeral of some brave num. Home
time there comes tbe feur that the
term has r.ot been set to tbe Invaders'
march and that fresh sacrllices duve
yet to be made. Withal life here Is
not unhappy. We have at least three
hue buildings to look upon. Tbe aim
pie necessaries of lire are provided, sod
u learns whul cud be done without.
ml gymnastic that will roYrirt physi
cal deformities or abnormalities.
"Tor Instance." saya tbe bulletin l
Hiii-d by the rmlverslty. "if a giri car
ries one shoulder higher than another
fche will be piren exercises to r.ilse the
low shoulder and lower tbe high one."
Also if one hip la lower than anoth
er special treatment will be given to
Keeping in Good Condition
Frsnoh Hold Court In Alaac.
The flrt French court haa been for
mally eatabllahed at Tbauu. in Alnace,
which bug been German since the war
of 1870. An affecting scene took placa
at the ceremony in the. court, whlcbfc
we " ."in m irw urn m mf.w uat. WWH
occupied by German Judge and In
which tbe sound of guns could plainly
be beard Many of those la the court
room were moved to tears.
HOUSEMAIDS GO TO SCHOOL
Monte lair New Haa Cursa In Dnts.
tie 8oi.no. For Servants.
In Montdulr iN. J.t schools the au
thorities have Inaugurated a course in
domestic science Instruction that Is
aid to be without precedent anywhere
in tbia country. It Is designed to In
struct household nialda and will be
worked out through tb co-operation
of employers nnd employees. '
The first course will consist oí twelve
lessons In the elementary principles of
rooking, and if this liuttrncttoo la snc
ressful It will be followed by more
A ebnrtre of VIM will be mad for
tb course, wbkb Is at tbe rat of
about 20 cents per lesson. Many wom
en have mude arrangements for their
household aerranta to susud the claaa
ea. which will meet ooce a week.
TO CORRECT WOMEN'S SHAPES
Pitt.hu rah Univ. rait y Btudsnts ta
Mad Phytic!! Perfast.
A course baa Inn Inaugurated by
tb University of rtttwbarg which
baa for Its purpose tb aradicatloa of
Bymmetry of for is in ths fstuluin Is
tbe Ideal whk-b the cours hss for Its
Inspiration, and with , this la , view
young women studenta will bare, un
der tbe aupervUloo of exixirta. tttttdi-
WASTE 5200,000000 IN EGGS.
One In Every Ten Broken In Tranaiti
- Three Ar Addled.
Between tbe hen and the consumer
there Is a waste of ISUU.OOO.OdO of gg9
This was the testimony given at tb
attorney general's "egg trust" Inquiry
In New York by William Mann of tbe
htw depaitnieut of the New Tork Cen
tral railroad, who read a letter from
the deinrtment of agriculture to suit
port bla claim.
According to then figure tbe Amer
can egg crop la worth I700.00G.OÍIO a
year, und ,V).000.00 la lost through
breakage In transit
The egg us the hen luya it la almost
invariably a good egg. rau tbe evi
dence, but one out of every ten eggs
the hen laya for market Is broken on
the way there. Three of tb remain
ing nine KK are addled before they
reach tbe connuner. and 4fl iter rent of
the eggs ore good only for strong pal
atea or tanning leather.
Many people suffer from indiges
tion and constipation and do not
know it. A feeling of dullness and
langsudnrst. bitter taste in the
mouth, headache, biliou fever mix-t
1 of those conditions when you "are
not sick, but don't feel .right" can
be traced to sluggUn bowels and tor
pid liver. F ley Cathartic Tabled
cleanse the system, arouse tbe liver,
lutnish indigestion and make you
"feel good all over' light, ener
getic and aailitous. Sold by City
The 1914 Apple Crap.
TUIb muHou lias abowp mor than
ever tbe benefit derived from cultivat
ing, spraying and pruning In prac
tically every rase where proper car
has been given the orchard tb owner
will bava a fair crop of good apples
that will sell readily." write J. L. Pat
bam, secretary Kansas stat board of
The 1914 estimara la 23 per cent, aa
agaliiat 1)3 on Juue 1. In bushels this
meen that Kanaaa will produce thia
fear about 1.53J.2ot) bushel uf apples
If 21 l-erceot represents I. n32 20 bush
els, then -1.1 per cent the June proapsrt.
repreMehled a.o.'tD.rM busbela This
lor of l.PHA.itnn bushels me. u. a kwa
of about i.0kiii U the srowers of
the nfnte This sms In die partly to tbe
dry weather of Juiv and Antro and
o the i-Nvaite of losecla aud fungona
JOHN L. HILL
Dray and Transfer
Wr Haul Anything, Any
where, at Anv Time.
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Rooms to Let
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HUGH .1. COLLINS
IBucoHMr to Joka A. F&m. Dnaad)
Praetle. ia AJI Covn. .
; EDW. W. FOX
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