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A Store'. For Women
and Girls
SIMON HERZSTEIN
' Clayton's Only Roady-to-Wear Store
A Store For Men
and Boys
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33 1-3 PER CENT REDUCTION
THE GREATEST SALE OF MUSLIN UNDERWEAR IN THE HISTORY
Jim
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Muslin Skirts
I
Extra wide cmb. ruffle with 5in insertion above, 6?c
Beautiful Muslin Gowns
Worth 75c. $1.00 and $1.25 at 50c, 67c and 84cN
Combination Suits
50 cents ' 67 cents - 84 cents
Muslin Chemise
67 cents
50 cents
'" Odd Bits of News
Okeene, Okfa. Sunday, while Ol
iver Zerby was ringing Uie bell in. a
.church in this place, Uie clapper fell
out of the bell, Btikins him upon the
head. He died Sunday nit-hl.
Frankfort, Ky. Chris Wobor, who
was buried last -week, weighed 41'0
joundn. The largest stock- casket,
three feet wide, was too smaii W
hold the body so a special coffin had
to be built. It was impossible to get
this cofllu inside the church at Hop
kins. It took twelve pall bearers to
carry the remains.
London, Eng. The king's exam
ple on the liquor question was not
followed by the clergy in the meet
ing of the lower house of the con
vention at York when the following
resolution, presented by the Dean
of Mancheeler, was passed: "That
this house, while wishing to support
all such measures as-may in the
opinion of the government, be nec--rSsury
for the strength and safety
of the nation in time of war, would
look with anxiety upon total prohi-
hition of the sale of all alcoholic
drinks." ' :
GalvesUm, Tex. Charles Pertoli
na, the oilicial rat catcher, has re
signed. For the past six or seven
mouths he has been catching rats
along the water front at the rate of
2.000 a month. He received the reg
ular bounty of eiht and ten cents
per rat, and in addition a bonus of
$10. for each month in which he
took over 1,000 rats. When ho took
the job he said he would quit when
he had earned enough money to buy
a boat and a gasoline engine! His
umbitioa was realized last ween anc
he handed in his badge.
New York Mortimer Thompson,
a Jeweler, possesses the well known
charmed life.' After ho had been
rescued from underneath the wheels
of a subway train uninjured after
two cars had passed over him, it be
cuino known that he been dropped
(Kit of a window when a baby, by
his nurse; had fallen out of a fourth
story window when a boy and had
landed on a clothes line which
broke the full; was shot in the head
when he e.inie within range of some
revolver play four years ak'o, and
had escaped drowning last month
I bought dozens and dozens of Gowns, skirts, combination Suits, princess slips, chem
i$e drawers and corset covers, nearly every garment in the large assortment is a dif
ferent design, I am going to give the women of this community the full benefit of this
lucky purchased, I paid 33$ less than the wholesale price for this bargain now I
am going to give 33'$ reduction from the retail price, - - -
Mrs. Jim Deam will have charge of the Muslin Underwear Sale
ONE WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY MAY, 17TB, 1915
MUSLIN SKIRTS
Lace ruffled on fine tucked Swiss
materia' 50c
Muslin Skirts
14 inch embroidered rufllle with
dust rutile underneath 60c
85 cents
I when an automobile in which lie
I was riding in New Jersey, plunged
I into the river.
1 Stevens Point, Wis. F. M. Sackett
! and II. K. West are neighbors. Sack-
West's hens well, anyhow, West
was tumble to believe that his hens,
which ar well bred, would go for
aging where they, were not invited.
So Sackett scattered about his gar
den grains of corn to each of whlcu
was attached a thread and from
each hread a placard.' They bore
such legends as those; have just
been scratching in Mr. fcacketfa
yard;" "My owner does not (oeci me
enough and I have to visit the neighbors."-
When West saw theft cards
dangling from the bills of his hena
he admitted Sackett s proof was J
convincing.
Fine Patriotism
Theodore Hoosevelt would like to
have this nation declare war upon
Germany and plunge forthwith into
the savergy in which Europe is in
. i.. ed. Congressman Gardner would !
lik. to have this nation enter the
war; for what purpose- he does not I
make clear, beyond tho perfectly !
clear fact that it would add to the
consumption of ammunition.
Hoosevelt and Gardner are the
leaders of what might bo termed the
"war jiarty" in ttus country, if there
were sulllcient following to dignify
it so. These two men havo been
taking the lead for months past in a
campaign to discredit the United
States navy. They have been declar
ing the untUuess of the whole mili
tary system as well as of tho gov
ernment. They have been making
speeches, and printing and distrib
uting pamphlets and otherwise con
ducting a vigorously operated pub
licity bureau in a determined effort
to prove to the people of the nation
and to the world that this country
not only is incapable of a war of
aggression, but is utterly powerless
should there be a call for national
defense.
In the Jace of bis propaganda we
llnd Theodore Roosevelt clamoring
for war, and we ilnd the useless
Gardner proclaiming in' Washing
ton "what Hoosevelt would do were
he president." We cannot iitfht, they
Childrens' Muslin Drawers
Nice soft muslin, ruffled 10 cents
Childrens'Cambric Drawers
Tucked embroidery ruffle 16 2-3c
Misses Muslin Drawers
4'2 in. Emh. Ruffle 16 2-3
Soft Muslin Drawers
For Women ribbon inserted lace
Ruffle - - - 24e
Soft Muslin Drawers
For Women Lace and insertion
5 in. Ruffle - - 27c
Finest Quality Drawers
Heautiful lace and embroidery silk
ribbon inserted ruffle - 84c
proclaim, because we are not equip
ped. Yet we must jump, without re
jection, into what they themselves
assert would be certain destruction.
Whatever may be the outcome of
the present critical situation, tho
people of the' t'nited States, Con
gressman and a few others except
ed, are a unit in returning thanks
that Theodore Hoosevelt is not pres
ident of the United States, and that
he is so far discredited as a leader
of men that his frantic clamoring
for war will not add seriously to
the uneasiness in the public mind
and the tension in the nation. Al
w luerque Herald. '
For Ilafl i.'suranee on Crowing
Crops aee Pennington & Talbot,
Clayton, N. M. . Also V? Wind
storm and Livestock Insurance.. 4t
MONUMENTS,
LARGEST STOCK IN Til K SOUTH WES I'. WE PAY THF FH EIGHT
AND GUARANTEE KVEKY JOK WK NELL. WHITE
FOR DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES.
BOWERS MONUMENT CO.
CEDAR
Club together and buy good fence posts in ear lots
at low prices. All(kinds of
FENCE, CORRAL,
TELEPHONE
If you only wish a few hundred posts write me as 1
may be able to ship them in someone's order that
goes to your shipping point.
I S. M. PATTERSON,
CORSET COVERS
Soft lace and ribbon inserted .16?.?
Corset Covers
8 inch embroidered front 24ft
Corset Covers
Fine lace, insertition and embroidery front
Corset Covers
Dutch lace short sleeves and front very soft jk fine 50c
Corset Covers
Camisole or shadow, lace Ribbon inserted - 50c
Corset Covers
Finest all over swiss Embroidery, cambric front, s 5Cc
CUATES
Everybody is busy getting ready
to put in big-crops. It looks like we
might have fine crops after the re
ivnt uip fall of nu.ii'r.re.
Larkin Daniels has hauled lumber
from Clayton, and it seems as if he
is going to build his wire a little
more house room.'
C. M. Sprague made a business
trip to Claytou last week.
Ira Wood is plowing this week. He
must intend to put in SOME crop
this year.
Charley Stone and family, and L.
A. Stone and daughter, were Monday
visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
C. M. Sprague. v
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Sprague were
Sunday visitors at the home of Mr.
Mrs. Ingraham.
, ' "Grasshopper ."
21S Eut Ctral, ALBUQUERQUF, N. H.
POSTS
GATE. SHED AND
CEDAR POSTS
'5
ÜELTON, TLXAS g
SsiQcs
OF CLAYTON
34c
Billy
Fine Perdieron Stallion, took
first prize in his class and sweep
stakes at Union County Fair in
191 1. Will make season of 1915 at
his home barn twelve miles north
west of Clayton. Weight 1700 lbs.
Age 5 years. Terms $15 to insure
living colt. Doc, Belgian Stallion,
weight 1-00, age 4 years; makes a
good cross with small mares. Terms
$8.00 to insure living colt. Owner
and keeper
18-9t. J. W." COULSON.
Our "JITNEY" Offer This and 5 c
DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this
slip, enclose with 5c to Foley & Co..
Chicago, II!., writing your name and
address clearly. You will receive
in return a trial package containing
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound,
for couphs, colds and croup; F'oley
Kidney Pills, for pain in sides and
back, rheumatism, backache, kid-
ney and bladder ailments; and Fo
! ley Cathartic Tablets, a wholesome
! and thorough cleansing cathartic,
! especially comforting to Rtout per
! sons. Sold by City Drug Store.
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