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TUR CLAYTON KEW, HKPTFHBEH II, lIB.
The Best Selection
of
Women and Children Wear
SIMON HERZSTEIIN
Clayton's Only Road y -to-We or Store
The Best Selection
of
Men and Boys Wear
1
IT WILL BE FAIR WEEK AT HERZSTEINS
ROR THE LADIES
vVe have a treat in store for the ladies of this com
munity during the coming week. We have for your
inspection and approval a full line of silk sweaters,
beautiful in design, artistic in color elicct, perfect in
fit and very reasonable in price. This is a line you
find in cities much larger than Clayton and are sold
there for nearly twice what we are asking for them.
LADIES SILK SWEATERS
Our buyer has been very fortunate in securing, dur
ing his business trip to the Eastern market centers,
this splendid selection. They come in all the most
desirable colors in rage this season and in all the ap
proved styles. They are practical, as well as a
modish garment for this season of the year.
Some as low as v $4.00
A big lot at 5.00
Some at 15.00
ALL WORTH MUCH MORE
ufi'i'tUl iiwt úUWiucr It Man
LADIES SUITS
ROR THE VYEIN
We have made two big assortments of Mens suits to
close out during fair week and as we have nuide the
price so unusually low for this high grade merchan
dise that you can't afford to pass up this opportun
ity. Remember these goods are all dependable, now
snappy and up-to-date, not an undesirable garment
in the lot. All of the best in the entire stock.
MENS SUITS
We have selected from our stock, two big lots of
Mens suits. In these selections vou will find all the
most dependable fabrics and weaves in use this sea
son. They come in tirays, Rrowns. Mixtures, Etc.
Every suit is right both in style and workmanship.
LOT ONE
$2().0() to 2.5. 01) values, your choice for $16.50
LOT TWO
,S'l ..)() to 1.5.00 value, your choice for $.895
TAKE ADVANTAGE ()! THESE TRICES
One of the most attractive features during this week will be our suit dis
play. We are unable to give you a detailed description at this time but
we can assure you they will be all this seasons best productions both in
weaves and in design. We will be pleased to have you inspect this line.
LADIES SUITS
HERZSTEINS THE HOME OF THE LEADING LINES OF WOMENS WEAR AND HART,
SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES FOR MEN.
Jersry-Duroe Pius for Sale
We have for sain hifrh-grade .ler-sey-Duroc
pijis, "f our own raising.
Tliesi' are from thoroughbred, reg
istered sows, of Ohio Chief and Tat
irax strpins, and are unsurpassed
Tor porkers or breeding purposes
We offer weancrs, about l weeks old,
at $5.0(1 each, deUveii-d at the Will
May ranch on Co'TUinpa. A l'c
chore young boi.s 'or s il , ,rre
on application. Inspection of our
animals and equipment cordially in
vited. Address or call at the ranch.
t- l-10-L' Corrompa Stock Co.
Will May, Mgr.
Mexhoma, Ukla.
I. ' .. '
Odd It its of News
Hillsborough, Cal. A horse here
dropped dead witti its forefeet in
,San Mateo and its hindlegs in Hills
borough, linth municipalities i;e-
fused to move the carcass, because I
.neither could decide in which town1
Hie- horse lay. finally some out
raged citizens removed the carcass
at their own expense.
I'jioenix, Ariz. The special ses
sion of the legislature, called to con
sider a prohibition bill and other
"dry" legislation, adjourned wit bout j
passing the proposed "dry" bill. I
Churches Unit themselves without'
legal means to obtain wines for sac-J
ramental purposes, although the
legislature considered the matter fori
six , months. The railroads refuse'
to accept Tor shipment any alco
holic beverages no matter for what
purpose.' "
Nuche,, Miss. Clnírley Might, a
uetrro boy, has been cross-eyed since
birth, so badly that lie looked as if
he was looking down bis own back.
The other day in a wrangle, Charley
was hit in the forehead with a
brick. Tlie surgeon operated and
not! only was Charley's life saved
but bis eyes assumed a normal po-(
sition. . .
Liverpool, Kng. When the Ainer-j
ic ni line steamship St. Louis readies
dock, Howard K. Ilinsley, tjie purser)
will have completed bis MNMlth trip j
t't America. He has crossed the'
!v:in 2.000 times. He has traveled
.." lO.OOO miles on the ucean, or
round the globe L't'x) times. He is
R. P. Schwerin
On the Seamen's Bill
The American plowmen are Interested' In eea com
merce. It is expensive and likewise humiliating to have
to salute a foreign Hug every time a farmer wants to ship
a bushel of wheat, a bale of cotton or a pound of farm
products across the ocean. The American farmer Is en
titled to the protection of his flag In Bending his products
across the sea, and Congress shoald give such encourage
ment to shipping interests as is necessary to meet foreign
competition tn ocean commerce. A recent bill known as
the Seaman's Hill became a law under the President's
signature and Mr. It. P. Schwerin, vice president of the
Paclllc Mail Steamship Company, when asked to define
this law and ontllue Its effect upon American steamship
unes, saiu in part:
"The bill provides that no ship of any nationality 'shall be permitted to
depart from any port of the Cnlled States unless she has on board a crew
not less than seventy-five per centum of which. In each department thereof,
is able to understand any order given by the officers of such vessel, nor
unless forty per centum In the first year, forty-five per centum In the spcond
year, fifty per centum In the third year, fifty-five tier centum In the fourth
year after the passage of this Act, and, thereufter sixty-five per centum of her
deck crew, exclusive of licensed oflicers and apprentices, are of a rating not
less than able seamen.'
"The oversea trade of the world is competitive, therefore the original
cost of the ship and the operation of the ship have to be reckoned with In
the keen competition of these rival nations with one another. The Oriental
sailor Is obedient and competent and is the cheapest eíúlor in the world.
It is therefore manifestly clear that If this law applied to all nationalities
in the transpacific traffic, all would be on the same economic basis, but it
works a single hardship to all the ships ot the world, except the Japanese
and American ships, and with the latter It works two hardships. With the
European, the cost of constructing a ship Is no higher than the cost of con
structing a Japanese ship, hut if they had to provide European crews, while
the Japanese operated with Japanese crews, the condition of competition
would b such that they could not overcome the handicap and they would be
driven off. Hut the American ship would have to contend not only with the
tremendous Increase of cost of wage in the substitution of the European crew
for the Chinese crew, but also the greater initial cost of the ship. As the
Japanese have now done away with their European officers and Japanese
crews, all of whom speak a common language, there is no dilftculty for them
to comply with all the conditions of the bill and continue their Japanese
crews, with Oriental wages.
"The law, therefore, instend of assisting the American ship, adds another
heavy burden, while It places none whatever upon the Japanese ship, but, on
the contiarv turns ove' to the Japanese the traille of the Pacific Ocean,
which the American ship is torced to forego by act of Congress of the
United States."
I
i FOR LIGHT BREAD. LIGHT BISCUITS. LIGHT CAKES AND
LIGHT HEART, USE
AMERICAN LADY FLOUR
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KNOWN EVERYWHERE AS THE BEST
For Sale Only by
HILGERS & BARNHART
i
CLAYTON,
NEW MEX.
(it) years old, says lie has had enough
and will retire.
Hrooklyn. N. V Mrs. Anna itela
ii'io has presented her husband with
the babb's in eighteen months. Two
were twins and three trijteU. Mrs.
Heamo also has another pair of
twins.
New Haven, Conn. After travel
ing over the world dressed us a man,
Kdna i'ull'er, IH years old, was ar
rested here. Her traveling compan
ion, William Shaw was dumbfound
ed when be learned tier sex. She
has cooked on a Mexican ranch and
tended the dikes in Holland. She
left home
years old.
male attire when I-.'
THE EKLUND HOTEL
Steam Heated and Electric Lighted
Rooms, 75c to $1.50 Meals, 25c to 50c
COAL
N I G CI Ell HEAD. NLTANDL UMP.
AUT0M0ILE SERVICE DAY AND N IG HT
EKLUND HOTEL RANCH AND IRRIGATION CO
Clayton, IN. AA.
For Sale
In one bunch, 2 Hereford Hulls,
I milking Shorthorn bull at $100.00
each, 55 dry and springing cows at
$00.00 each, 2 cows and calves al
$75.00 each. Nearly all Durham,
Shorthorn and Hereford grade stock.
About 'M cows will be winter milk
ers. Cows rmmiiiK near Maxwell,
New Mexico, anea from 2 to 8 years
old.
37-2t Phone or address
II. D. Hoskins, Trinidad, Colo.
ELECTRIC BOOT AND SHOE SHOP
OLLIE B. COX. Proprietor
ALL WOKK. GUARANTIED TO CilVK SATISFACTION
SHOP BY THE CLAYTON NEWS
CIVE US A TRIAL
The News $1 per year and worth it

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