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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 30 October 1915

TU CS-ATTO KW, OCTOBKN . 110. Ova- íltney Offer This uhI 5e Doa't misa this. Cut out thU slip, enclose with So and mail it to Foley A Co, Chicago, III, writing your name and address clearly. You will receive in return a trial package oil Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, for coughs, colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills, for pain in sides and back, rheuatism, backache, kidney and bladder ailments; and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing cathartic for constipation, billiousness, headache, and sluggish bowels. For sale by the City Drug Store. Good goods at right price Dry goods and groceries. Weber & Sons. Minister Gives Testimony , The Rev. C. M. Knighton, Havanna, Fla, writes: "For three months I suffered intense pain in kidneys and back, which at times laid me entire ly up. I read of Foley Kidney , Pills and after trying various remedies without result I decided to try the Foley treatment. I was relieved al most with the first dose and it is a fact that I ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 30 October 1915

THK CLAYTON NEWS. OCTOBKJt SO. It IK. THE CLAYTON NEWS OFFICIAL PAPER OF CXI ON COUNTY CHAS. P. tlTHERI (HIGH) HHm s4 Omtr ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Kntsred s second class mutter Octo ber It. lo. at ths postofflcs st Clay ton. New Mexico, unáer ths Act of March 3. 117. Saturday, October 1915. The "jimmy's" press agent U a lach but wormy. William Howard Taft has our Iwurty endorsement as an ex-president. And that is something we can not vouchsafe Terrible Teddy. We know three ex-ofllceholders in this county who are so hungry for a job that they are out courting suicide by tying themselves to Lar ra.olo's kite. About the weakest thing we know of is an editorial defense in the Clayton Citizen of the "jimmy," or an editorial denunciation in the State Hecord of President Wilson. They are on a par. If reports and common talk are to be believed, the "jimmy" is in u bad way and scared almost to death. Another term of court is coming on. It is certainly illuminating to the average citizen after lo...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 30 October 1915

Tins CLAYTo tow, October m, iul SIMON, HERZSTEIIN Clayton's Only Ready-toAear Store MAIL ORDER COMPETITION MAIL ORDER COMPETITION Weekly Store News Men's Chain Knit Hosiery i Hosiery'1! f M a 1 Men's -suits Mall Order Competition Suits 34 to 42 sizes Mixed colors . . . $ 6.50 Gray and Brown . . 8.50 Tan, Brown and Grey . . 10.00 Blue Serge and Grays . . 12.50 IM0N HERZSTEIN Odd Bits of News Bardstown, Ky. Mildred Gilmore Hall came into the world ready for the dinner table. She had two fully developed teeth in her lower gum. Hartford Mich. An admirer here brought the editor of the Day Spring a freak fruit half peach and half apple. The dividing line is straigntj and well defined. The specimen grew on a peach tree. New York, N. Y, According to R Reiser, who returned from a tour of inspection in Germany reoently, four dummy Kaisers ride along the lines one at Ypres and the third at Fest ín different sections of the country ubert. daily. The dummies ride in cars. like that of the empero...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 30 October 1915

i 1 Tltm CbAYTOK NBWS. OOTOBBm a. iu. OTO- ira III ha '"I A V WW W II' : 71 vín D 1 IM vf j . iv U.UUU r,p LOW PRICE MAKERS Everything to Eat and Wear QUALITY STORE AnUlT(CATT IWITDP A 1T ÜUfi HWMÜ lliilL'Miftil LADIES NECKWEAR AND DRESS ACCESSORIES We are showing a full line of the new things in Ladies' Neckwear, in cluding Creton and Quaker Collar and Cuff Sets. New Neck Cords, Boudoir ard Breakfast Caps. New line of Trimming Buttons in black and white, gold and silver, also new and dainty patterns in Val and All Over Laces. Silk nets in black and white. Come in and give us an opportunity to show you these new goods. : : : : : NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY BLANKETS AND COMFORTS And this is the place to buy. We have a lasge and well assorted stock and at the right prices. 64x80 Cotton blankets in solid greys and tans, fancy borders, per pair '. $1.25 70x80 Heavier grads Cotton blankets, solid greys and tans, with fancy borders, per pair '. $1.50 72x80 Wool process blankets, extra heavy, i...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 6 November 1915

Tü-CZ CLAYTON M DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND THE UPBUILDING OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME VIIL CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1915. NO. 15. PRESIDENT DEFINES U. 8. STAND Reviews United States' Feeling Rel ative to Armament and Tells Ad ministration Plans. New York, .Nov. 4,President Wil son opened the administration cam paign for its national defense pro gram in a comprehensive and care fully prepared address delivered here tonight at the .Manhattan club school, has a healthy appetite for .banquet. He declared solemnly that grasshopper legs. "They taste just me United States had no aggressive like tobacco," says Frankie, grin- Waycrosse, Oa. Dr. J. II. Latimer, member of the city council, had an operation performed to remove a No. 6 birdshot from between his fingers. The shot entered his arm over eighteen years ago and had never troubled him until it worked between his fingers so that he was unable to move them. Cozad, Neb. Frankie Gleason, a negro inmate ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 6 November 1915

H"11!"H 1 M 1 I 1 'I I M I THE CLAYTON NEW8, NOVEMBER , 1915. I ósing Out The Missouri Shoe Store On corner opposite Baptist church is conducting a sale this week, reducing the price from PER CENT on every pair of shoes in the house. This sale will continue through next week clos ing on SATURDAY, NOV. 13 - . YLc. have over 500 pairs of la.Iies shoes, sone of " ' the latest patterns. These are being slaughtered at unheard of prices. Don't fail to visit this sale before you buy that pair of shoes. The greatest reduction ever offered in shoes in Clayton n Every R a I 'Uncle Charlie" Bushnetl of Cwn- ham, spent the week in the city at tending to busiuess and visiting rel atives and friends. Jack Lenhart and family of the Cimarron country, spent several days in the city this week looking after business and visiting relatives and friends. Citrolax Citrolax CITROLAX Best thing for constipation, sour ust Hinrich's last Saturday night Every one present enjoyed the oc casion. O. W. Scott and ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 6 November 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS, NOYEMBEIl 6, 1315. mr.ii saiooL lectihe course First Number to bo November 13th, at Dixie Theatre. Attractions will he I'nu.-mally Fine this Year. Thf attractions this year will be unusually Rood much better, we hoi ove, than lust year. The first number, Theresa Shoe hnn Concert Co., will be here No vember 13th. Tickets for reserved seats are on sale at Rose's Irun Store. Persons who have secured season tickets may Ret them reserv ed at any time. The first number is universally commended. Theresa Sheehan her self is an inimitable Irish reader. The Valley Falls New Era says of her: "Have you ever heard Miss Sheehan, the Canadian Irish frirl, read 'How the FroKtriea Oo to Bed?" If not you have missed one of the most artistic productions of the platform. The coming out of Miss Cummings makes her seem a sensi ble western fcrirl, while Dundy makes her Irish." Miss Sheehan is the only reader of humor who is equally strong in pathos and tragedy. Miss Sheehan gets entirely...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 6 November 1915

THE CLAYTON SIMS, NOVEMBER fi, 1913. THE CLAYTON NEWS lirflCULPAPKR OPINIO OOUKTY CHAS. P. Sl'THKRS 11IC.II Kdltor n Omtr ONE UiLLAIl PEIl YEAFl l:nl.-r1 an ntfcond clnR matter Octo ber If. 19"9. at the poKtofüce at Clar ion. New M.xlco, under th Act of March 3. 179. Mltlinlay, .November (, iflld Lost, Mrajcil, but not Stolen that intenso degree which begets a prejudice which renders it easy to resolve all intellectual doubts in favor of bis own country. He made this char frequently, and, indeed, without exception. In every one of the many controversies that have arisen lately between this country and (ierniany, Herman Ilidder has been found arguing t lie case of (ier niany, and usually in a temper of bitterness toward the authorities in this country, that was not exceeded by the journalists of Berlin. It may be readily admitted that he was sincere in his assumption of all I these attitudes. . But the very fact Old 'i'ay:,,f t.,s sincerity proves the lack of from , On" absolutely go...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 6 November 1915

TOE CLAYTON NEWS, NOVEMBER , 1915. WE HAVE BEAKS ROEBUCK CATALOGUES TO COUPARE PRICES HON M 1 Clayton's, Only Ready-to. Wear Store WE PREPAY ALL POSTAGE IN FIRST PAR CEL POST ZONE 1 r;:v,L:--, -.-.J WEEKLY STORE NEWStsS:-; I fill your mail orders and Guarantee Satisfaction. Ccrrpare my prices in this sd with Sears, Ecettck & Co's. I give you Better Goods. You see them and fit them before buying thereby gaining satisfaction. HAIL ORDER COMPETITION Blankets GRAY COTTON 60c WHITE COTTON 75c HEAVY REAL IIEAVY $L15 WOOL KNAP ; $135 BEST I IIAYB '. $350 Comforts HEAVY BED SIZE 1 98c LARGE SIZE GOOD , $1.25 FEATHER WEIGHT CITTON FILL $2.00 SUPERIOR QUALITY ... $250 MAIL ORDER COMPETITION Mens' Shirts PRACTICALLY ALL WOOL SII1RT See Catalogue Page 4 IS. Shirt .No. S3D 7C69. THEIR PRICE $159 OUR PRICE $1.00 Work Shirts Sec Catalogue Page 429. Shirt .No. 33D630. Price 65r 2 POCKET DOUBLE STITCHED BLUE AND CIIAMBRAY. OUR PRICE 50c Mens' Hats Big Gray Hat, Tall Crown and Wide Brim ALL SIZES...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 6 November 1915

? t. -t..y .i i i t i f .t ? ? t y ITTTTTTTITTTtTTTt TI IE CLAYTON NEWS, NOVEMBEH 6, 1915. I'OMMHJIO.'VEIta moCEEDIKGS Th Treasurer 1 Instructed to em ploy additional help (or his office at .i niilary not to eiceed 160.00 and he Is further Instructed to order a new unte (or his office with all conven ient speed. The petition (rom cltlsens of Oren v Hie. New Mexico, 'asking the Board to Krant them a road beginning with NV corner of Urenvllle, South of Itsllroad. thence West with section line 4 miles, etc., as fully set out In wtltlon on file herein; and, tha Board lielng fully ndrlsed therein, appointed J. It. Ferguson. J. V. Cogdlll and J. H. Terry as viewers to view the said pro poned road and assess all damages. If any, and to report to this Board within ten days or before the next regular KesHlon o( the Court. Hunts Crui Hidalgo, an Indigent, Is iilluwed J 15.00 per quarter. It is ordered that Court do now ad journ until o'clock a. in., tomorrow. The Board met at o'clock a. m. pu...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 6 November 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS, NOVEMBER 6, 1915. ATTWtTION, BOHBmBAOKm All legal advertising la thl paper ft) m4 and corrected according to copy, nit yor ad. and I en error I f ound Inrmt alight, notify at cao. . OTTO! ron rvBrlOATioii -Department of th Interior. TJ. ft, Lnd OSoa at Clayton, N. M-, Oct. 11, 111. Hotlo la hereby glvea that WtlMaaal H. MoOook. of Ciar ton. New Mexle, who. on August It, 111. bo ateevd entry, aerial No, lltld. ta tTW 1-V Beotien K 1-t HW U. W'M KI1-4, Moa It, To-rnhla ría Reare 14a., N. 1L P. Maridiaa, ha Seed otic of InUntloa t aaaa three year root, to eetabllah oíalas to the) tajad va described, heforo Roglotor a Koewlver. U. B, Lead Oca, at CUytoo, K. M-, on th JUh day of rtsTonaboe, 1i. V ; Claimant aamea aa wUast I Brneet at. Hott, Oeorge W..Bchar, Joseph r. Baehaer, Fred W. Petti a, all at Clayton, N, ht 19-11-11-12 ra Valverd. Regleter. . 1 ' MiHiiim smBi WITRLICATtOlf peartmaat of the Interior. D. a Land Offlb S.X Clayton. N. ht, Oct. 11. 1MI. NotlrVVwe-twaa...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 6 November 1915

O(tt0)JQto C(D)o TES CLAYTON NEWS, NOVEKSE R 8, 1915. LOW PRICE MAKERS Everything to Eat and Wear QUALFTY STORK LADIES NECKWEAR AND DRESS ACCESSORIES We are showing a full line of the new things in Ladies' Neckwear, in cluding Creton and Quaker Collar and Cuff Sets. New Neck Cords, Boudoir ard Breakfast Caps. New line of Trimming Buttons in blac and white, gold and silver, also new and dainty patterns in Val and All Over Laces. Silk nets in black and white. Come in and give us an opportunity to show you these new goods. : : : : : NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY BLANKETS AND COMFORTS All this is th plaw to bay. W hive a lare and well assorted stock and at the right prices. 64x80 Cotton blankets in solid greys and tans, fancy borders, per pair . ' : $1.25 70x80 Heavier grads Cotton blankets, solid greys and tans, with fancy borders, per pair $1.50 72x80 Wool process blankets, extra heavy, in blue, Pink, grey and tan Plaids, per pair $3.50 All atooI blankets full size in in solid white and grey...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 13 November 1915

Tramperos Ü1-DE CLAYTON NEW DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GOOD CITTZEjYSUIP AjYD THE UPDV1LDLXG OF THE COMMUNITY. VOLUME VIII. CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1915. NO. 43. is SYSTEM TO IMPROVE ALFALFA "The Heart of the Blue Ridge," ME DOLLARS FOR FED LAMBS was the feature at The Dixie The- Rotation Pasturing Found to be aire t riday night, and it came fully Market is Slightly Mmer, nui is tx- fc-xccllent Method of Keeping the up to expectations. Clara Kimball Crop up to Standard. A system of rotation pasturing if being adopted in Aii.'.o;ia which ia the opinion of specialist in the (apartment, offers great nssibilili'y to alfalfa raiders in th'i .-.ei 11 west. 1 ormers who pasturo alfalfa fre quently have diilicully in maintain ing the stand. This problem is es pecially acute in the irrigation sec tions of the southwest, wnere the season is long and livestock kepi in the fields practically all the year. Continuous close pasturing- starves the roots of the plauU, and tne t...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 13 November 1915

Cr. cernían TIÍE CLAYTON NEWS, NOVEMBEH 13, 1915. Local and Personal J. P. Col vard made a business trip lo bus Moines Friday. W. 8. Jacks of Texline, spent Friday shopping in the city. Judge J. S. Holland of Holland, was a county scat visitor this week. J. 11. Clurk of the ML Dora coun try, was a business visitor and trad er in Uie cily 1 riilay. V. L. Ham 11 of south of town, was a business visitor in the coun ty capital Thursday and Friduy. Henry Kilburn, the ML Dora ranchman, attended to business in Uie county seat Friday. J. W. Thompson and C. C. John son of Ciuy, were county seat visitors Friday. Itexall Remedies and Prparatlonc 4re guaranteed best on the market For ale by City Drug Store. D. C. Larkin, postmaster at Guy, transacted business in the city Fri day. G. L. Cook, U. S. Commissioner at Hay den, attended to business in the county seat Wednesday. J. N Cogdill of near Pennington, attended to business in the city on Tuesday and Wednesday. Jim Barton of the Seneca country...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 13 November 1915

TOE CLAYTON NEWS, NOVEMBER 13, 191S. bjp.ofe:i ram se rais ki;:g cows 1PÜE FLEECY STAPLE MUST PAY RAN SOM INTO THE COPPERS OP WAR. Nation Ring With Crias of Strickon Industry. By Potor Radford Lacra rar National Farmers' Union. King Cotton baa tattered more from the European war than any other ag ricultural product on the American continent. The shells of the belliger ents hare bunted orer bli throne, frightening hla subjects and shatter Ing bla market!, and, panic-stricken, the nation cries out "God save the king!" People from every walk of life have contributed their mite toward rescue work. Society has danced before the king; milady has decreed that the family wardrobe shall contain only cotton goods; the press has plead with the public to "buy. a bale": bankers have been formulating hold ing plans; congress and legislative bodies hare deliberated over relief measures; statesmen and writers have grown eloquent expounding the Inalienable rights or "His Majesty" and presenting sche...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 13 November 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS, NOVELET 13, 1015. 1 THE CLAYTON NEW? tPriCIAL TAPER OPINIO OOÜHTT CHAS. P. ll'THEHt (HIGH) Editar mm Owitr ONE IX)LLAR PEIl YEAR Entered econd clan matter Octo ber l. 10I. at the pomotTlce at Clay ton. New Mexico, tinder the Act of March 3. 17. Saturday, Novrmbrr 13, 1915. We have suffered great trials and tribulations the past week and as a result are behind with our work. We haven't liad time to write edit orials. Tuesday morning we began the erection oí our new pr ss, and that is a job that will keep any editcr busy. Great guns of the republican and "jimmy"' parties were in lonsullation in Clayton this week. The result of their deliberations is supposed to be a profound secret, but said great guns are liable to wake up one of these line mornings and find that their plans are public know ledge. It doesn't take much thought to know what a clan like that is up to. Hemember the past; also re member the "jimmy" and swat it hard. The Old Scrub Mule It is the natural i...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 13 November 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS, NOVEMBER 13,1915. SIMON WE HAVE . SEARS ROEBUCK CATALOGUES TO COMPARE PRICES WE PREPAY - ALL POSTAGE 1 FIRST PAR CEL POST ZONE i Clayton's Only Readyto.Wear Store ii.rt'lfT,"l"ti''','""!'!';r""',",,'lIl!'i' 'ni'" :;r.MS ::i ,,:r;;i :t;: rz: .,l.;,i.:;;:-i:í'!.ii.;í. -ijnii, .iI..iu..íi.....mÍ ..'ni i.'ii. .i..ii.inl.üi. ''i '.'ih i'i !!..lü Jl !ii i"; ' ' ' 'l"rli'"'l,",i ."i. ".ii' i ti"i'T;i,ii'. . - i'i mi ..... ii .winiiii,.iiii WEEKLY ST,OR INEWSi : : I' ., :i ii i- .Hi '. i, :i i!1 . i : ... Hi.,, i ill .. It ...I',...,.. .,. Kwlmilli WimJu W..Í.1. Li'. in -ii . '.i' ni. I i f ii- i:T" v ! v ", , ' v ... " ' ''''' ' 11 ' i' .Iii.i'.Ii li'.ili.'li...iu ilil.iU.ii, : Mm. ili,:.:,.i .Íilii-lí....Úíhllll...,li.lJ I fill your mail orders and Guarantee Satisfaction. Ccirpare my prices in this ad with Sears, Rccttck & Cos. I give you Better-Goods. You see them and fit them before buying thereby gaining satisfaction. MAIL ORDER COMPETITION Comforts Blankets GRAY ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 13 November 1915

.t..t..t .t .t t . . t .. .f. t t . t .t i i i i i i ti i it i n ti n r JL STATU LAND SEXIBCTIOlfS A TIIE CLAYTON NEWS, NOVEXÍSEn 13, 1915. Efflcleoey A good part of the world, let us hope, still recognises German achievement in scholarship and else where. A good part of the world still admires German efficiency. But a good part of the world is aware of the limitations of German genius. A good part of the world wants scholarship but it wants scolarship with a souL A good part of the world wants efllciency, but it also wants to be its own Judge of when it has had enough. It isn't yet ready to submit to a card index of all its downsittings and uprisings. It isn't ready to surrender every shred of individual .liberty. It wants to reserve a few unregulated mo ments during the day, just for the satisfaction of the thing. It doesn't despise the virtues of ordinariness, but it clings to the privilege of walking on the wrong side of the street every once in a while, carry ing its suit case ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 13 November 1915

T1IE CLAYTON NEWS, NOYESICEn 13, 191S. ATTENTION, HOMKSTKADKR All legal advertising In this papar la read and corrected according to copy. Read your ad. and If an arror la found however alight, notify ua at one. NOTICIO FOR PUBLICATION Department of tha Interior. U. B. Land mco at Clayton, N. M., Oct.. 11. 111. Notlca la hereby given that William H. 'McCook. of Clayton, New Mexico, ho, on August ll. I'll, mad home tead entry, aerial No. 011686, for BW 1-4, Section 7, N 1-1 NW 1-4. W 1-1 MB 1-4, Section 18, Townahlp I5n., Ranga 14e., N. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make threa year proof, to establish claim to tha land above deacrlbed, befora Reg-later and Receiver, U. B. Land Office, at Clayton, S. M.. on th 18th day of November, im. Claimant namea aa wltneaaea: Erneat M. Hott, George W. Beckner. Joaeph F. Beckner. Fred W. Pettia. all of Clayton, N. M. 10-16-11-18 Paa Valverde, Reglatar. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. 8. Land Offlce at Clayt...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clayton news. — 13 November 1915

THE CLAYTON NEWS, NOVEMBER 13, 1D15. H RECAOTEE CM? M . 11-J .fi LOW PniCE MAKERS Eve yth rg to Eat and Wear QUALITY STORE MENS' FURNISHINGS 2 . I I X 7 Iri' X ' anavi claaaktm r ill .a Half "soled" and "wholesuultd" .'. hi h shall it be? .Do you want . I.alfvvay promise that the clothes ..on buy "ought to give good scr i.t" or that they will give good .rrvlre? KIRSCHBAUM YUNGFELO" CLOTHES $15, $20, $25 and up to $40 are sold with a guarantee that they are: Absolutely pure-wool, fast color, London shrunk by cold water proeess, hand-tailored where they ought to be, silk stitched at strain points. We KNOW that these are exact claims and YOU will know it after your l.rst purchase of Kirschbaum Clothes. "Look for the Guarantee and Priie Ticket on the Sleeve" We can take rare of your wants In the Furnishings inc. .Our stock Is very complete and brim full of new things. 'ew line of Arrow brand Shirts In plain and plaited bosom $1.25 to $2.00 A full stock of Wool Shirts, flat and military ...

Publication Title: Clayton News, The
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