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THIS CLAYTON NEWS SATXRDAY, MN'l'AW 22. 1021.
('.it II Service Exfliuiuntinii Tin- lulled Htstt'S Civil Herviec i;ninmiis,,iii lm nnnnuncod nn ex amination Id In- lii'M nl I'.laVlon. .N. M.. mi K lii niir I'.'. m. a a r.'itill (if wlrieh it in exported to make eer lificalinii In fill a vacancy in the potdtum nf fni i-l 1 1 -c Ih pntdnuiMer nl Sedan. .. M., and oilier vncnncip Ihoy may occur at that office. unless il ."hall lie decided in the m Irreslx of thu serviré (n lill any a rancy by reinstatement. Tin- com pensation of (he postmaster at thi oiiiro wan KfKi.uu for un- lasi iiscal yae. Applicants muül have reached I heir twenty-firs! hirlliday on the date of (he examination, and must reside with in die territory supplied liy the I Mint office for which Ihe cxamina lion i announced. The I'vaininalion is open to all citizens of the Tinted stales who can comply with the requirements. Application hlnnks and full infor mation concerning the requirements i the examination can be secured from ihe postmaster at the place of vacancy or rrom the Civil Service (.iiiTimisHion. Washington, D. C. pplications should he properly evented and filed with the, Commia Mon at Washington, D. C, at the I'lirliest practical date. llanlinii (o he Cosily President Washington. Jan. I tf Warren O. Harding's first year as president will cost the country over $200,000. He will receive $75,000 salary. And sJHiMXH) for furnishing and up keep nf While House and grounds. The new first lady of Ihe land will liase 50,000 to refurnish the house, pay servants and buy an tos and horses, gasoline and cats. Congress allows jW.UflO lo hWlt (lie executive" mansion mid the pron hoiises. 818.000 for greuiilmuie ex tensions and upkeep. $W,ü00 for gar dener's services, and $0,000 for re pairing and reronstrueling green houses. White House grounds, closed since Ihe war begun, are to he opened to I lie public again. Il w ill cost $10,000 to improve them. The new administration is expect-' ed to he a brilliant om for $8.ooo will be spent to light the mansion pronnds and greenhouses. Hut Ihe president will have miiiio lulls to pay out oí his own peockot. There are food and clollfing and the stale entertainments. They'll cut a hole in his salary. Practically all the above cpeiise have been taboo with President and Mrs. -Wilson since Ihe beginning of (he war. Wlml Wilson Has Stood Tor. has accused him of not being true to Wilson, and thai, though il Sounds almost humorous, is significant and important, for the man who is true to himself must be true, it would seem, even to his own imperfections, lie rn mini sepárale the tares from the wheat. He lias to tie up to both. What is "lares" mid what is "wheal" in Mr. Wilson is a mallei of analy sis that wil have to be left in great measure to future examiners: hut meanwhile, Ihough he is m n sense a tragic figure, he is in no sense an object of pity, lie has been physi cally broken, hut menially anil spir itually, so far as anyone can tell, he t cumins entire, ami leadership i still in him - the (carder ship that belongs to a man who holds to the line that he has had to choose, and does not. K'l expediency dixerl him to another. K. ft. Martin in Har per's Magazine. Presbyterian Ladies' Aid. PEACE, ALLAH I pray Ihe prayer Mint the K 'sterns do: "May the peace of llah abide with you." Wherever you stay. where'er mi go, Mny Ihe beautiful palms of Mlah grow. Through days of labor niid night of rest, i The love of good Allah, loe muí host. Un I touch in hea i it he Ka-lems do: "May the peai f AUnh abide with you." Anon SHE'S A PRIZE WINNER The ladies Bid of the Presbyterian church mnt at the home of Mrs. . M. Gentry Tuesday, the I Ith insl.. at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. I). A. Paddock president, led the deotionals, after w hich I here was a discusión of Aa rioiis business. II was decided to hold an anual lmaar. and any ladies- interested in Ihe woik are invited In attend the bi-monthly meetings of- ine society and ormg ttieir sewing w ith I hem. As this bazaar will prob ably not be held lid late in the fall, with busy needles and pleasant roin pnny the Indies should be. able to turn out a good lot of useful and ornamental articles made during the meetings. Then;' were, seventeen members and six visitors present. The u-ul-ors were Miss Wells and "Miss 11a ker. Mrs. Wright. Mrs. llushncll. Mrs. llearden and Mrs. McSpadden. The following new members were received: Mrs. .1. S. Pilclier. Mrs. C. C. tfitc. and Mrs. .1. H. I.eyha. At the close of the meeting delicious re freshments consisting of fruit salad, coffee and cake were served. The next meeting will be held al the home oT Mrs. Charles Hammond on January 33lh, at 2:'.W p. in. Vis itors and all interested in the work are cordially invited lo he present. Fire on Kerr Farm. Mr. Wilson has really stood fin religion expres.-ed in politics, but people who do uol know religion when they see it are not aWare of Ibat. Immense fault has been found wilb him because he was not more (iccoiumodatiiig. because he could iiol substitute the opinion of ad inrs for those that he got out of Jo- own inside. The fault, found has ii"l been altogether unreasonable, but il was all futile. Mr. Wilson has had to follow the lays of his being. To blame him for not doing differ ently is. in crfcet. lo blame him Tor not. being some one else, but at least he has taken Ihe advice of Polouius, i mine own sen ne irne. .No one The garage belonging to Charles Scbullz on (be Kerr farm near Chi co, .New Mexico, was recently de- slioyed by fire, by which Mr. Schull. I si two Dodge cars and two barrels of giMilini. The fire caiu'it in Ine ganu'e tul before anything rnnhl on removed inn names i spread over the entire building. Had it u d been for several neighbors visiting ai thi! Schtiltz home at die une ef the bla.e. the entire IriiM would ! ave beui destroyed, iuc.nii :? .-e-ei! thousand dollars wo"th if nls bel ingiiig to Mr. Kerr, i he iiion1 lury loss is not known. "I .Never Knew You Could Keep Hals Out of a llutcher Shop." What Ilal'pli Watkiiis says: "Fig ured rats around store bad enough to feed on: wouldn't touch anything suspicious. Heard about HAT-SNAP, gave it a trial, llesults woio won derful. Cleaned all rats out in ton days. Dogs about, stor night and day never touch HAT-SNAP." Three sizes, 33c. Ojc. 51.25. Sold and guar anteed by It. W. Isaacs and Cilv Drug Store. Miss Dorothy Kellogg of RalTnlo, N. Y., who lias won the Sarah Strceter' cup at Mount lloljoke college, which was given In 101.4 by a graduate of the clnss of 1011, to he awarded each year to the senior found to lie. In the best physical condition at the time of her Html physical examination. Its purpose Is to .stimulate Interest In gymnastic work and athletics. Miss Kellogg, like winners of the cup In' former years, Is an all-around athlete. Since her freshman year she has been song leader for her class, and Is col lege song leader this year, and Is se nior house chairman of one of the largest oft-campiis residence halls and a member of the advisory council of the Students' league. Her academic Interests are centered In economics and biology, and last summer she worked In a textile factory In llutTido to get the practical point of view nee essary for her economic studies. Choice Fnriii For Sale or Trade Ilio acres best laud in 1'nion coun ty. IPO'aeros in high stale of cultiva tion. Five rooms and basement mod ern house: good well, windmill and tanks; good barn, puns and corral: place fenced and cross-fenced. Will sell for cash or terms, or will trade for Clnyjon property. If interested intpiie ul News office. il-tf. How About Your Family? S t '!'be .savluji.s account means more tuv theViiiture of the family than rilmosl all the advice the world can tffei'; il means u riuht .start upon the rinlit course. It is often said that a dollar is your beM friend, and many timas it is (rue. A dollar when you need jl is a mliihly help a prnteelinn lo jour family and to your self. (Ie .voiir rnmlly the assurance oí permanent Í inuidl pro lection by npcnluu n term Mivinns account iiayino IntoniM, One dollar Is cnnuuli, anil you net a Liberty Hell (o put your snvli$s in. Start mm! 4f ThefewnlUwillnewr crarfc Theinterettinff tunnel tr?.-. mentandbcautifullypmnt J frieze make thu room tic cidedly above the ordinary. Make The Plain Room Attractive, WHETHER building: or remodeling, you will be better' pleased with your rooms if stifT-as-lumber Black Rock Wallboard is used for the walls and ceilings. There is no muu or litter in applying l!)rk Rock Wallboard. Once in place, it stays there permanently without cracking, warping or falling. It gii es an added comfort and attractiveness to the rooms no matter what the character of the building house, bungalow, office, store, restaurant, church or factory. Note the moisture-repellent black centre that identifies the genuine, rigid, 4-pIy veneer Black Rock Walllmard. Hlack Rock Wallboard is protected against ail kinds nf weather Mid needs no priming "coat in decor ating because it receives a special surface seaHng and sizing treatment. Give us a chance to explain the adoantaget of Black Rock yValltoard for your particular tulldlngt. STAR LUMBER COMPANY Clayton, New Mexico Phono 158 A. E. MONTEITIi, Manancr ABSTRACTS AND INSURANCE 1 The Clayton Abstract Co. , Incorporated CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO t M. 1 IfARYEY, Manager. Phone 228 5 Have You? TIUIíI) "1IA.MMS HUTTEH," MADE FHO.U YOUU SWEET CKEAM, IX YOUK OH'X IIÜ.UE TOWN. THAT HACTEHIA FHEI2 CLAHITIKJ) MILK. PUT OUT BY I CLAYTON CREAMERY CO. PHOXE 303. Make Your Old Tires NEW HAVE YOUR VSliO TIKES HETREADED AXU SAVE 50 PER CENT OF ORIGINAL COST Our Shop Is lüiulpiKHl Willi the UeM of .Machinery roc All Kinds of Vul cnnklng. Owinu to the De-line in Prices of Tires Gost or Repuir Work has been Reduced In Proportion. r Service Tire RepairCo. At Claj'ton Gnrane, on Mnin Street CLAYTON NEW MEXISO 4: s 8 s Thp St rttp QHnnh nf i nwiwiovro .S ' HOME OF THE CHRISTMAS S WINGS CLUR We Buy BglpS Only The Trinidad Bean and Elevator Company MAIN OFFICE, TRINIDAD, COLO. F. G. AKINS, Mnr. CLAYTON, N. H.