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THE CLAYTON NEWS, SATIIIDAY, FEURl WRY 12, 1021.
OTTO ITEMS. The meeting of the Otto Literary Society on Sal unlay ovhninn. wa viry intei-estin. The yotwig people of Uio school iiiü raninuimty ron dorad 'in excellent program. Tin jriMie whs: "Hesolvod. Thai I ho Wiliun tm.4 been Mon Cruelly Mis treated lt the Whites than Mm Ne gro.' Mr. Means was riiplaiu of the af firmative; "Mr. Frank Heckncr wns captain of the nomilive. Tin judge voted 2 to 1 in favor of tin' affirmative. Misses Flora ami Khina Zinck ti lerlninod very honpilahly at. lun cheon on riundav. Miss .Jenkins or Clayton ami Mi Viola Howard, and A. Wright; anil Messrs. I.oe Hoftk ner anil A. i:. Whilerielil. . Mi. Loo Herkner íia returned from his wandoromps. Hi' evident ly thinks a great ileal ol' tin "Sun alilneo f New Mexico." Out of the mmimmily visitors on Saturday nighi wore: Mr. Fred- crickson and Mis lreilerieksoii of Clayton: a party of young people from Burnett : and Mr. and Mrs. Jack VveJsol ot Clayton, in I Mr. WHllCj Wolsol of Clayton. ' Miss Roeatnai Herkner cntortain d on Sunday evening Uio Misses Ethel Ritchie and Huby Painter and Mr. Lee Painter. ' Miss Elvma Zmck was a guest of Miss Viola Hi ward Sunday niirht. Tin jirayer mooting at .Mr. Frank, Tlooknor's Sunday evening was post poned. Miss Jenkins of Clayton wj it weoS-end guest of Mis Wright, Mr. Henry inek of ML Dora, nc noniiianhid by Mr. Brims, visited fat -a fhotr timo Sunday with hi nftlher. This community wns visitrd on Sunday mmuiug by n very severe Show storm. Itev. Whilofiekl and daughter, Miss Tholmn. wont to Hurnott on Sunday. if LUCICeVl IstrikeJ Ojs toaste &Jp t00D OLD, SAINT IN TROUBLE Embarrassed by Shower of Hearts, Though It Would Seem He Should Be Used to It. CÍGARETTE Ho cigarette has til ame delicious flavor as Lucky Strike. Because Lucky Strike is the toasted cigarette. j PINAHETIS ITEMS C. H. (lómenles was a visitor in Chiylon Saturday. ' Mi's. Sam Taylor was visiting Mis. JeSiGarloc.k Saturday Cha SrhillU fias hiHii hauling Wood from the brakes the past week and just in lime, loo, we think. Marshall Harrison and II. Dunn wore In Clayton .Friday. Mrs. Hurley took lunch wilh I ho Banner school last Thursilay, alter which she and the ladies of the dis trict went tn I ho .1. H. Oarlock home where the ladies wore, initiated in the art of making dress forms They all Keom.hfglily pleased with the re sult of their fir J al tempt and Imvo sot March 5th fdr an all . day mooting at Mr.-. Harrell's to continue the wfork. , The girls aro twite proud, too, of the wool-flowors which Mrs. Buiiey taught them to make. Mrs. Hurley has so ninny things of in .tcrest hi toll Hie ladies, and if she inhvays finds as interested a group of ladels as the I'iimbentis seem to be, many of (tor practical hints Trill he put into use in Union county, Mrs. Garlock served light re freshments, at tlitl dos eof Uio af ternoon's work. .While returning hump, from Mrs. Oarlock's last. Friday, Mrs. W. L. liar cell had an accident that came very near proving (mile serious. Shó was thrown from the horse- and was tunned so badly that it wns a few hours before rthe regained consci ousness of what bad hnppened. Shu was taken to the Oarlock's, but was able to be taken 1 nine Saturday. At present she is doing nicely, although be is bruised considerably and has n badly sprained hand. NliW MEXICO WEEKLY INDUS TRIAL REVIEW. ' fio. in Stale mail trout Loving to Carls- Dan win tie completed ny Feo. lo, Eddy county stockmen reporfneed of rtn, no moisture having fallan titeo urioDcr. Uallup Coal and Lumber com nnny will build $15,000 store bullty iiRiiup-Aiucrtcah Coal company liuild hotel and forty dwellings preparatory to opening new mine. Silver City American Fluorspar Corporal ion to develop large fluor spar acrengo in Sierra and Oona Ana., comities. 'I'uounniarl Sun soils its plnnt to Clovis Horald, a new publication. Simla Fe railroad will mluco the rnUi o nlow grade ores from Santa Rita to Hurley. 3,000 signs will be produced for forest roads. Albuquerque Two schools here are equipped Tor serving hot lun ches. . Springer to have cheese factory. Albuquerque is to statr-campaign of lawn making and tree planting. Country Weekly Aids lluidlini Coimminity An aggressive country weekly can make a community or the lack of it break a community, ft can lift a struggling neighborhood up to pros perity. It is the tic that binds the home, oliuruh, and school together This is the opinion uf A. W. Hop kins of the department of agrictil ture journalism of the Wisconsin College of Agriculture. "Once established, the country weekly can be of great assistance in making a live community, he says. 'Bucking all the valuable mid worth-wflile social or business en terprises is a part of its duties, Many a success lias been built be cause or the help given ny me loyal newspaper. liaiulliurity with its reuders is the foundation for the success of the cuimliy weekly," say Mr. Hop kins. "I'rihling n record of all the births, marriages, deaths, and the various fortunes of ils readers will help make a place for it in the homes of its readers. "Since farming plays a basic jwirt of the prosperity of nearly every Wisconsin community, the news ot the farm, should have an uuportanl place in the paper. An increasing number of weekly papers are solv ing the problem of printing agri cultural information. S h a 1 1 u a k, (Oklu.) .Monitor. Choice Farm For Sale or Trade Carlsbad - Portland Boros Oil to put down several te-t wells Becos Valley oil field. Cotlon gins at Oils, Carlsbad and Loving well along towards osumnt til 7.000 bales. Albuquerque In "have eo-opein live milk plant. Itflclamation ServlcB to expend $1,000.000 to completo Rio Oraiule under Elephant Butte dam. Mom County's wanllU increased dvar ,000,000 In the past (wo ytm. Magdalena mine gets rich silver ore. Alflinogordn Southwoal Lumber company lakes over holdings of the Alnmogordo Lumber company, re builds saw mills and railroad tracks. Huge Sodium Sulphate 1kJ 20 miles form Alnmogordo bnvo been financed, bi-products of same to be shipped on large scale. Chain of 15 flour mills tit be built in wheat raising district, company capitalized at .1300,000. Cbilili school district provide.1 free living quarter gfor leuqhers. Clovis needs another school build ing at oncp. Fort Sumner Club House gets ex- tensive repairs and improvements 100 acres best land in Union coun ty, 100 acres in high stale of cultiva tion. Five rooms and basement mod ern house; good well, windmill and tanks; good barn, pens and corral; place fenced and cross-fenced. Will sell for" cash or terms, or wilt trade for Clayton properly. If interested inquie at News office. 3-tt TREES St. VaMtltiM !! Put Up his Umbrella. "This stvowar of hearts Would robUTOe a fellow. ' 'Tat alad Ui&t I manago It 1 Once In year Kxardrc 1 tlw thins; H tarts arc needing, I (Mr; "Wutt nsfcnjr are beating-, ' Tfcy'r4 all out of tuns. And cola as tfcicember InstaSd ot warm Juna. "So I'll mux 'em ami clmngg 'em And warm.'em up, too." I wonder If ha'll fix l"ur heart up Tor you? COAL Valentine Challenge. One form which the observance of v'alontlne's Uny took In Knglaiut wns that ot a person's valentine being the first young man or woman that person snw on Valenttiif's iluy. Tills devel oped Into the custom of challenging one's valentine by saying, "(Joint mor row, 'tis St. Valentine's dny." The one who su'lil It first upon meeting u person of the opposite sot received a gift. When you buy COAL you ar,e in fact j exchanging your money for HEAT. Then you should not buy coal because its coal, but in vestigate the relative merits of the different J coal offered you. We -believe then you do this you will use SWASTIKA "Most Heat for Your Money" For Sale only by Clayton, N. M. Phone No. 91 Interesting- Valentine Reading. Interesting reading for Vnlentltie's day Is Dickens' account o Snmlvel Wcller's laborious writing of a valen tine to his housemaid love, signed "Vour lovesick 1'lckwlck." Now is tho time to place your or der for spring trees. Make yqur se lection early beforo the stock- is all picked over. By. placing your or der now, we can supply your want with larijo siiaua- trees, ever niooin- ing rose, fruit trees and norrias of air kinds. CLAYTON liURSERY. C. A. Rodell, 105 E. Magnolia St. Phono 810. Clayton, K.M. 40-tf. Laily or Gentleman Agent wauled in Uie city ot Clayton to aelt the genuine .1. It.' Watkins Medicines Spices, Extracts, Toilet 1'iapnre- lions, etc. All or spate time. A won derful opportunity to get into bus. inesH.for yourself. Write today foi free particulars and sample. J. R Watkins Co., 00 Winona Minn. 2-5' Many a titan shirts out to do something "like a house it-fire" and then somebody turns the hose upon lnm. ! SI Buy It I Bll Either Tablets WL Liquid J A Great Medicino B I tin. SI. J. Riley, K. It, Ko. I, Koi 10, C.l- 9 ! Tert,Toii, wrltci: ffl & J -'I lure UMd I'e-rn'iia ind kDoirltUsixxl H Y I for coldf, cuughi tud ralarrh. It curat my M I cattrrb aod I do not Uke cold wttu I utu B 9 ! I'e-tu ni. ltliin"'tBedlctiit." I n Durlncthe laitfifljrjrear,rru&itiibn M & B looked upon ai Uio rellablo roodlcloe ívr 4 m catarrh of ecry deicrlptlnn, rlietliar It Uf of R A m tho none and ttiroat, ttomaoU, bowela or other n fl onrana. II Kenclei, eerlona tlckneH may frequcnilr la H T prevented. CaeltafterthegrlporSpanlih Flu. H y Sold Everywhere B I f Hi Clayton Produce Co, III. FRONT STREET, CLAYTON', NEW .MEXICO HIGHEST MARKET PRICES 1A1U FOR CREAM, POULTRY. EC.CS, RiriTEH, HIDES, FURS, AMI ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE : : : : SEE : US : REFORE : YOU : SELL !!!!!: T. T. McSPADDEN, Mgr. 5 Ms 5 to fa 19 Typewriters Supplies: Ribbons, Paper. Carbon Paper, Brushes. All kinds of Legal Blanks . at News office ta (si rm (5ft fifi Ha s ta ta ta Let Us Print Your Sale Bills THE QUALITY STORE 1 ROILINC .MEATS ONLY S CENTS PER POUND FRESH VEGETARLES AND FRUITS. DAVIS &SITZE LUMBER IS NOT ALL WE SELL i We boliove in service and that is one big feature of our business. We will bo glad to help you in the planning of your home,. furnish you complole plans if necessary, give you an estimato on the cost of the m&ierial, frankly toll you the best kinds to use, the beat or the ohaapeet and fit the plans to your pSoketbook. We will holp you In securing workmen and advise you honestly' at' to the various materials reduced. Service and price are essential. LET US' HELP YOU Big Jo Liimber Co. CLAYTON- NEW .MEXICO \n\n SPECILS FOR THIS WEEK KOOKOO SYKUP, il.'c Por Callón, or Otic Per Callón by the Case.