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SM ASHING PRICES!
iiegiymng smmiAv. nov. avni nd continuing ron a period ok two weeks we w ill give to the people of clayton seasonarle line of merchandise at prices that have reen smashed, we w r to convert our stock of merchandise into csii nu we ahe going to give vot the greatest r.trgains for the next two weeks eveh given in clayton. see our line and our prices refore voi iil'y LADIES' COATS All on Sale Prices running from $12.50 to $i9.50 SALE PRICES TO $37.50 SILK PETTICOATS AMI PETTI -IIOCKEnS ll on Sale 1-3 HEorcnox LADIES' DRESSES All on Sole Prices running from $12.50 to $33.50 SALE PRICES $7.93 to $2i.7ó WOMEN'S HEAVY UNDERWEAR II lu Miluc In low neck, no slcovc.v, long hii Underwear. SPECIAL FOR THIS SALE MENS' SUIT SALE Neer before ero Ulero such suit prices offered as jou will find nl this store 250 MEN'S SUITS ALL ON SALE I. KL'PPENIIEIMER A CO. SLITS AHE GUARANTEED TO SATISFY Oil NEW SUIT, ALL O.N SALE. SALE PIUCES $-XX UP TO $39.75 CLOTIICRAFT CLOTHES SPEAK FOII THEMSELVES. RL'AHAXTEEU TO GIVE YOU SATISFACTION. PRICES j $10.05 TO $27.95 OTHER SUITS .". $11.50 TO S1H.50 IIEMEMI1ER THE REST VALUES EVER SOLO IX CLAYTON MENS' WOOL SHIRTS Hill Stork, best of (iiullty, am! prices less tlmn 1915 prices. Sule Prices $1.18 to $L00 ALL ON SALE ROYS' SUITS SHORT PANTS All on Sale while they last 33 1-3 OFF Sfi.OO Suits on salo ... $5.00 7.50 Suits on sale 5.00 9.00 Suits on side (.'.09 15.00 Suits on salo ...10.00 MENS' DRESS SHIRTS Wc pride oursehes In Inning the Ite.st assortment hp hnu; ctrr shown and by far the best values Prleo on Sale 98c up to $24)5 .MEN'S OVERCOATS SPECIAL PIUCES FOR THIS SALE $13.95 TO $12.95 ROYS' SWEATERS , SILK HOSE LADIES' WOOL HOSE j CHILDREN'S WOOL LADIES HANDKERCHIEFS j CHILDREN'S DRESSES I OVERALL SPECIAL j ' KNIT CAPS Part Cotton Orunge und Special for this hale Special for thh Sale DRESSES On sale ! (Innlnim. unes 3 to J years For this Sale I Children, Girls. Women W..I.I ihi!Uih. ..,.! $2.50 nines . ..$1.39 79e EMra noo.1 quality , Embroidered Corners ! Sale price -$1.29 $1.39 I ... 'Xi1(TSi- Special Oils Sale ... .$19 , While they last . -$3.95 For this Sale 3c ' -0c. 2.e. .i0e, 7oc, $1.00 ÍwTmlZ ; l,ü'''' MKs IWt Mks lilrXDERWEAR I Í. 7)lESOmING HoTvNS ,),,,,,, Mhs U""'1 Mb" )ñ Ml7s Tills Smaslilnn Price This Smashing Price This Smashing Price l!!((tl .Sults,hl. ,rsl m,i,. , ,.ri,.r( Special TI,Is Sinaslilng Price : This Smashing Price TlIs Smashliif, ,,rl(.( Sale I Sain Sale, Special ' ..$1.9S $1.98 Sale j Sale j Sale CHILDREN'S COATS LADIES' OUTING CHILDREN'S 1ILACK C.IIILDREVS IILACK j LADIES' IILACK LISLE MEYS WORK GLOVES j . ? PAJAMAS RLOOMEKS ! HOSE j HOSE j Saranac Warranted HticU j LADIES' OUTING GOWNS Ml mi Sale. Illggest llargalns ever of- ! , . . Special .. . $3.19 Special 38e I9e, 22e. 32e, !5c 39e and 19e Special this Kile . ... $1.89 .Special for this Sale fensl. Now is our chance. I . Don't Miss Don't .Miss Don't Miss Don't Miss Don't Miss I SMASHING PRICE SALE '"'!a " """sT" j T,"s """T" T " S"a Pr'"" ! SMASHING PRICE SALE Biggest Suit Values Ever Offered In B. Kuppeeheimer and Clotlicraft Clothes ILBURN K iuhbii i, m iMmpw'i ii m -" that they would n.'t pef aa fn.ni us and ge to ntle-i countries lnrli (In build -uitatil 1 lumio- for them Mii- Em-Iu Slmler nl Ila tiin, in spcakum on libiar exten sión work, rrpnrti'd ai'M'ii traveling libraries in the tale. More are needed, aed there is no belter way of carrying culture uilo the rural communities. Citizenship, thrifl. 'Americanization, and Community iSorvirc, all were stressed. In her report of the In-anmial conveiilinii in Chautauqua. New York. Mr. F. W. 1'nrker told of the physical feature of the town md the arious phasns ol such a tieeliiifr. She told of how ninety 'nUr ires reporters nit around a lalf-iuoou shaped table, reporting or as many different newspapers Jul periodicals. She spoke of the .Te.it importance of publicity, and mo story she (obi struck us as be np e.lni i;ooi. she said Sampson vn& (lie original pulilicity man 'when lie took two columns and irought down tiie bouse." She alo referred to Hie share that New Mexico will bae in the furuisliiiii: if the National Federation HuihliiiK jl Washington. 1. C, that a Navajo nig for I lie Indian Room was one if our rontrilmlions. From all this stimulation In thought and action aloiiK Club line we guthercil many important phas es of Club work. wish we could impress upon each member I he un norlunro of isich member .if (ins great organization ilmnc tbeir own little part to keep lili whole thuiK growini. An ideal club s one that id neither all study nor all work- leg in its naturo, but a combina tion of the two. II should quicken its inner life by genuine study, and it IkhiIiI uImi make definite contri bution to public service. As we set in this convention we could not help but sue how (hew two lliinus I 1 Milled together. Tliife body of wo men were eauer to Iwirn and listen (o the fine lectures mi education, music, and arl. ail dthey were Just as mttliusmslir In find nut a plan to promote public wolfnre or for IwlUiriiiK 'shicaliniial taeilitiofi in our own stale, or to help the needy. If the Club is to be the weapon we hop it to become for the be( leriitK of community or county we mtMt know aa well a act. If ven a fraetinnal par of Hie llilnxts planned by the olub women f (he late are carried out aecord iir to their plans as outlined at bis convention held at Albuqupr ue, therp will not tie mueh left for be men (.. .In but to make (be l illR Ilenortwl by MraA. "iineil (i tliin.1 Until Sides 1 hi i - iii' Ijiii i ii.iriri'-Miian wlin !i.i ' i. i I'liii'ation "f be. nj' Hie tieali'-i li'iii c-s radd'ei in the pi'ifessi'iii. a man who is alwey aiiMmis to concíllale everyb dy A I in asure, on which thcirc w,i- a marked division of oomion. v.a about to come up. "Will the gen tleman ole for Ibis bill if it comes up.'" demanded a memliei. mmini: a fintrer at tiie i:o'iKi-e5in,in in question. The latter looked from one side ol the House In I be ntlier and slow- ly answered: "I will - linmedialely the opposition broke into a sloiin of booinir. As soon as Hi" member could make himself heard, lie continued: "not- " The other side was now in uproar an I Hie speaker added ha.sil: "-answer that question." .Made Tor Any Waist i-.ook: "Twas a cruel blow, mum. Mint, hurslar makin' off with all yer silver." Mistress: "Yes. Mary, but the arm of I he law is limn." Cook: "II i, unlade, mum. an' there", ti w knows it belter n,.r I Winter Term begins Mondnj December 4 New Classes Starthifi "Write for further Information Re There December i NEW MEXICO NORMAL UNIVERSITY louathim II. Wanner, 1'res. ICast Ijis i'as New Meico An i:repticnal (jisc '-he w.t no innocent looking pirl -eventei'ii. ' 'Well, what was (hero so strange ibo.it that?" "She was lis innocent as she looked." Free Air To Sae His I-Ifo "What makes Tinker carry sm h a big wad of bills every time lu Kocs out in his car at night?" "Tho stickup men told him if hi didn't bavo plenty of money r."U lime they held him up, they'd shoot him." It, Phone 87 GHSGEÍ3ESTERS PILL! BRAND ake roubles to DIAMOND LADIES I DIAMOND 1IKAND TII.I.S la RED ni Cold melilllc I.oim, scaled with Blut( Ribbon. Takb no otnea. n .r .mW DraHl 4 .k for CllI Cm!t.TU t V DIAMIINO niIASII 1-ILI.B, for twentr-fira Ttirt tcimrdrd ot LKit.bafeit, Attract Rellatile. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS SUS, EVERYWHERE ffii All work ouaramcxl jami our SUDDICN SERVICK motto í;l'0 everywhere sass ttü 1 If 1 II IB 1 $ lilllMH t vv luua SHOPPING I E A Rl L Y 1 Another Car of Mixed Varities to Arrive by' November 28 Buy for Xmas Now Buy Them from the Car WIIX IIAVI5 FOUR VARIUTIKS. INCLUDING WINK SAP, MIS SOURI PII'I'IX AND T1IK LARGK DARK RKD IILACK TWIG. GUT IN 'YOUR ORDER KARLY FOR YOU WILL WANT SOMK OF THIS ONF WILL AIO HAVE ONE KIND OF .MELLOW AI'l'LKS FOR TIIF. TOOTHLESS AND THOSE DESIRING TIII1M. HARMON FOX NORTH FRONT STItEfcT I A(l(. DEPOT