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THE CLAYTON NEWS, SATNIUMY. JANTAHY 22. 1021.
Tixier's Quality Store Realize the fidl Importance of this Offering Where Low Prices are the Fashion OIL CLOTH Standard Brand, .Morrill's Oil Clolli, 45o IKH YAW) SUri, COATS, OMISSUS Ladles Suits, Coals ami Drosses Must II it ONE-HALF PRICE WAISTS One Lot (it Waists, Heal Value $.".50, Mast n nt $2.03 ISACII PISTTICOATS One Lot Silk Petticoats on Sale at S3.os each SHOES Wo Will Soli Our Entire Lino or Ladies, Misses and Childrens Shoes at ONH-IIALF PRICK SHOKS Wo Will Sell Our Entire Line or Mens and Hoys Shoes at ONE-THIRD OFF KW SPUING COODS .lust rrhril, and iMiuulit at the very Lowest Prices for Cash. OUTING Aninskenjie Heavy Wcijiht Outinn ITnnnels, nt ISe PEU YARD LUCKY FOR YOU We were very lucky indeed, to sell and unload our Big Stock of Merchandise bought at high prices even if we did it at a big sacrifice. . This fact puts us in position to close what we have left at biger reductions and puts us in position to sell our new Stock that we are receiving now at the present drop in prices-in other words at pre war prices. In fact we will sell everything else in our Line of Dry Goods, Ready-to-Wear at what they cost us, except what Merchandise we are receiving now and this will sell at the present market prices which are from 30 to 50 per cent cheaper than they were before the present drop in prices. Prices Below Wholesale We do not believe in cutting prices, we don't have to cut ours. We make them right at the start and it makes the Goods move. If any Line shows an inclina tion to stay with us long, the price is not to blame and the Goods must go, therefore cost is not considered and we begin to wipe the Goods out and we wipe them out at prices that compel the Goods to start for the front door DRESS GINGHAMS Tho Famous Toilo-I)ii-Nbnle Dross Gluiihiims in (he nice.st patterns you isvvv laid your oyes on. Tixler's low price, 22Jíe PEH YAIU) RED HOSE GINGHAMS Iteil Hose Dress Gliinhams', Iteautl fitl patterns, at 20e PER YAIU) TIlltliAl) 250 Yard Spool Of O. N .T. Seiviuii Thread, at THREE SPOOLS FOH 2,'ic YOU Always Can Saws .Money at TI.YIER'S STORE SHEETING Old Standard Popperell Iilenched Sheetinu, at ti.íe PER YAIU) PILLOW TUBING Old Standard Pcpporell Pillow Tu liinn, -3(i inches widuj 35c Per Yard, iü inches wide, nt 40c PICK YAIW IILEAC1IEI) .MUSLIN The Famous Hope .'IG inch Blenched .Muslin, at 20e PEU YAIU) THE STORE Where You Always Get tho .Most FOR YOUU .MONEY PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS 4 .has. Jenkins or San Antonio, Tex as, was in Clayton this week with his famous race horse, Caw Lady. In- i trying In maleli Mime races with local horsemen for the near fuliiro. The fanners on the different rural' telephone lines met with the Com mercial Club Tuesday evening for the purpose of getting a reduction rate on tho telephone connection with Clayton. The Commercial club was asked to take the matter up with the stain corporation commit tee as soon as possible. Albert Sivier of the San Luis Val ley in Colorado, is visiting friends in Union county this week, Alev. Street, ex-sheriff of Quay comity, was In Clayton this week attending to business. Deputy 1'. S. Marshal Kit redo Del gado, was here from Santa Fo UiU week looking after business for the F. S. court. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Montoya were in from their ranch near Stead, the iirs I of tho week. .1. C. Martino. of Dos Moines, at tended lo business and visited-with friends in Clayton the forepart of the week. Miss llita Ryan was down from J oUom the first of the week visit ni; with friends. .1. I., llrown left Tuesday forTnn- jtfud where ho took first grado cloi ical civil ' service examination on, Wednesday, returning lo fUaylon Wednesday nighL Mrs. Pa. Valvertlo left for Trini-' dud Thursday evening, where she will spend a few weeks visiting friends. Hex .1. Shaw, merchant of Gren villo, spent several days in Clayton (his week looking aflor business and visiting friends. CIibr. Dnggor,. one of the promi nent stockmen "of the Rosobud vi cinity, attended to business in the city Thursday and Friday. The adult bible class of the Chris hun Cliurcli held a social at tho I'hurch Thursday afternoon. After all businoss was disposed of light refreshments were served (o the I hose present. H. Downs left Tuesday evening tor Denver. Colorado, where he will attend lo business for .several weeks. Mrs. p. E. Chambers returned to her home in Walsenbnrg, Colorado. asl. week, after spending several weeks with her mother, Mrs. O-muii. Unman Vigil of Hueveros, attend ed to business in town Thursday. Pedro Tixior, postmaster at Buc- yerns, was a busine., visitor in the city the first of the week. Fred Tixier was in from bis ranch near Bucyoros this week laying in ranch supplies. Mr. and Mrs. David Salazar of Trinidad, arrived Monday for a visit with their daughter, Mrs. Ollie Teas dale, who lias been very ill for the past two weeks. She is reported to be doing nicely at this time and on the road to recovery. ' llev. II. It. Mills left Wednesday for Dallas, Texas, wheie he, will at tend to business connected with the Near East Relief. Thos. Hughes of Kenton, attended lo business in Clayton Wednesday and Thursday of this week. H. II. Holland. H. G. Wallingbod, I. G. Hayes and 11. C. Hollmon, all of Amarillo, Texas, were Clayton visitors this weok. .T. L. Means atienden" to busiuoss at Sedan Wednesday and Thursday of this week. W. .1. Elliott of Denver, and F. O Peed of Haton, division sale-men for the Continental Oil Co. of which Jim Chapín is manager here, wore in Clayton this week attending to business connected with their com pany. Charles P. Talbot made a trip to tho Seneca vicinity this week, to accompany his brother, Earnest, who has been very ill at the Ialbot homo with rheumatism. He is much im proved at this lime. Born To Mr. and Mrs. Waller Juncbluth of Grenville, on Monday, a fine baby boy. Mother and baby doing nicely at this tinie.t Mrs, Jlary E. Ford roturnod to her homo at Bloom, Colorado, Wed nesday evening, after spending a few weeks visiting her son, J. J. Ford, of near Tate. Thorn, Quinn, old residonl, of the Vance community, was seon on tho htreots of Clayton this week. .Methodist Church, South Sunday. January .'I, Ihe Presiding Elder, Ite. J. H. Mcsser, of El l'aso, Texas, will preach at II a. m., and at 7:30 p. m. Quarterly conference will be held at 3 uVIoek in Ihe af ternoon. Dr. Messer is one iif (lie strong preachers of the New Mexico con ference. A cordial invitation is ex tended to every ono to attend these services. L. E. Conkln, Pastor. HAFFLE SALE My farm near Sedan of 320 acres, all level and undor fence; ovoryacrc can be farmed; four room honse, well, barn with stalls for eight head of stock. Clear abstract of title fur nished; deed now in Clayton Na tional Hank. Chances 10.00 Each Nine hunderd chances will bo sold. All numbers ending with nought (0) another draw will be given. Num bers to bo put on round wheel, equally spaced, said wheel lo roll on ball bearings. Disinterested parly will whirl and shoot wheel, the num ber struck being the winner of the farm. For general information see or write Clayton National Bank, Clay ton, N. M., or Sam K. Solomon, Se dan, N. M. Uf a short program and several con tests. Ladies are asked to bring cakes. The Chas, Foster family were vis iting al. the J. H. Garlock home last Sunday. ,1. H. Asliell has been delivering corn lo J.-M. Garlock (his week. Sedan and Vicinity J. W. Harlan nnd son, J. T., left this week for Clinton, Oklahoma, on business. Mrs. H. B. Empson and children, of Pueblo, Colorado, are here visit ing Mrs. Empson's father, Mr. Miller. Twelve new desks with seals and five extra seals are being built by our gonial carpenter, J. R. Craft, to accommodate tho increased enroll ment in tho Sedan school. An extra truck lias also been added. Little Sue Juno Kilburn is suffer ing from an attack of tonsilitis. M. E. Ladies Aid PINABETES ITEMS The thresher is at tho Geo. Chick place this week. Tho pie supper at tho Glapham school Friday night netted about. $15.00. Thoy hud quite a contost in both ciphering and spoiling bolweon Clupham and Banner. Moving deems to havo boon tho order of the day in tho Clapham neighborhood this weok. J. M. Gar rison moved to the Nefzger place; Win, Turtle to the Garrison placo; Dewey Oldfield to the Tuttlo plaoe; and Raymond Davis of Clayton lo the place vacated by the Oldfiold's. Besides tho anovo changes Mr. and Mrs. Alford have moved to tho Ca sados place. W. L. Harrol is in Denver this week attending the slock stvow. Remember the sociul at Banner Friday, the 28th inst. There will be The M. E. Ladies Aid met at tho church Wednesday evening. The meeting opened by singing "Praise God from Whom all bless ings flow," followed by scripture reading. Roll call was answered by quoting verses from the bible. ' The business session consisted, mainly of discussion concerning tho banquet to he givon by the Ro tarians the following night. We were then favored with a song by little Miss Mary Woolen and a reading by Mrs. Horbort J. Ham mond Jr. A social hour and delight ful refreshments followed. The Aid sorved the banquet for tho Rotarians and their wives and sweethearts Thursday, January 13, in tho basement of tho church, and havo decided to servo the weekly dinner to tho Rotary members oaoh Thursday noon as a means of help ing the church. N. E. Roporter. Bn P. Harlan left Saturday, of last week fur Lawlon, Oklahoma, where he will make bis future home. Does Governor Meohem want to make Hughie Williams tho entire show? We will havo to seo further before 'consenting to Hughio head ing another stale land office Miss Ruth Phillips, of tho State Bank of Commerce, returned this week from a vacation in Missouri. Born To Mr. and .Mrs. C. K. Lu thy. of Gladstone, on January 12th. a fine baby girl. Mother and baby doing nicely. s Lee E. Byrne, Grand Master of tlio Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F. of 'iféw Mexico, returned the 'first of the week from Albuquerque, Socorro, and other points in tho state whore be hud been visiting lodges. Hon. Sevérino Martinez of Taos, one of tho leading democrats of tho state, and" son, Doritco, of Roy, were Clayton visitors Wednesday of this week. Robert E. Loe: American. Tho southern states on Wednes day, tho 19th iiist., observed tho one hundred and fourteenth anniversary of tho birth of tho great comman der. General Robert K. Lee. The ontiro country, however, today claims him us a great American. 'Northern historians join southern chroniclers in acclaiming him as- ono of tho world's greatest, military leaders, and as a man of- puro and selfless ideals. Genoral Wfnficlil ... i i l. : ,. i . . ... ri, , oiuu,, ma ruiiiinuiiut;r in uic muxi- c'an war. said that his (Saj)tt!a) suo Icess was "largely duo lovlt)e skill, i valor and unlaunted courage of ' n i 1 T . r . i, i ii.i ii.i. . . uuiiiTi r,. L,i;e, anu mai ir oppor tunity affered, he would show him self the foremosl captain of his timo." Events justified Scott's faith. "No bettor appraisement of this groat Amoricun run bo found than that given by the Encyclopedia Bri tanniea, which can hurdly be ac cused of bias either way: "To do justice to his extraordi nary ability as a genoral, displayed undor circumstances of great dif ficulty, when his movemonta worn eontinudlly hampered by ;pdlitical neenseitloa. as well as by lack, of material .resources, would reo'jir an elaborate military biography; it was novnr more Siobly displayed than in the lajt hopeless stages of the fatal struggle. Politleal friends and foes alike acknowledge ine nisinieresieanoss anann of duty, and tho unropinfng with which he accented the of his party.' Albuquerque Moif- \n\n tus motivos, his self-UenvM