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THE CLAYTON NEWS, SATl'HDAY. APIUL 10. 1021.
SENECA ITEMS Bnrrt April 3. l Mr. ami Mrs. aim Freeburg. ;i fnm tmy. me ang man da been named Ohar Onrvire. He, is l.hf ill traction of the neialihoitiiioil. as well its the jirido f hi liniiic. Mrs. tonrv Ixtvn litis returned tv .ier home after an absence of ov il months in Oklahoma, where has been nurMng for one of tin ding physicians. Iiii-k TimiIav was in Clayton Mon day making final prxxir on his fine homestead. íücky "W nnnenl ro .. ..,cr tn make of tAflfltfft fltn cftrlr clrwirlr rlnna In checking the China famine disaster by saving until harvest those already sated from death." A now ininNter has been assignee! to the work at Creed's Chapel. We Vih him success and ask thfl co operation of the memhprs in his charge there. . An orchestra of twelve pieces hits - been organized under the managu- - ment of Lloyd HuiiUiberry. Hegutar practice nights aré 'Fiwaday of each ' -week. Splendid progress is assured "if they continue as Ihey hne to dato. . , ttnriirwt Illnkec i iulEerelt linker "eoUeolCíl quilo a crowd of their Mends So tun I ay" evening and de scended on the Howard ranch, Ink In it by surprise. A' jolly time was onjoyed, music and dancing making; 41.. till (wi aluirt 'IlllVie j HID r-ti-illlifc I... " Jolly yotmg folks are always wel , comed everywhere, nuil cordially 'naked to return soon. Tho- school olection held at Ihe Georgia schoolliousu on April Uh, . I-.-, I.. ..ii.lmn ,.1. i ntn ( . OllliUU 111 il IIUUII1UII HU1U1J lui nun i- Fonos. No' bel tor' man could have i" beait given Win office, as Mr. Fonos i nnn nf the foremost among the pfogrosslvu farmers of this neigh borliood. Mr. and Mr. Horner are rejoieJng ovor the arrival of a dainty little dnmthlor nl thoir homo the last weok in march. nnito a crowd of young people mnt"i lim linmo nf Henrv Mock 4,WU .... . . - ' t last Friday evening and surprised Clin nnmilnr teni'her of , IhoUoby school. A good timo was onjoyed by all. Advertised Loiters Cigarette To seal In the delicious Burley tobaoco flavor. If 9s Toasted Tho following letters remain un claimed in tho Clayton, N. Mm posl nfrinn If nhl called for lliev will In ' forwarded lo the dead loter office Ani-il ?fi. 1921. When cu Unite for those loiters please mention "advor- Used."- . arnott. W. S. Harrelt, John K. Hoimor. Arthur , Huyner. W. 15. nuckworth. John, (íurule. Manuel S. J- Hansen. H. II. King. Mrs. Inda Mendosa. Manuel Homero. Tindorila 5. Tlytui. Ti. K. Wnnil Wnltui- H. Susifl H. Pace, Postmaster A (rowiuij Industry To anyone not familiar with the rapid growth of the tire repairing industry this "business within rnus inose" presunta sumo surprising de- volonments. While automobile and truck reg , ialrntion has bsen leaping by the hundred thousands the business o repairing the tires has advanced from a small sitie issue hi a business ' of astounding proportions. Registration llguros show thai .0.000.000 cars are engaged m wear ing out 30,000,000, tires. And with 0,000.000 moro tires doing service as opportunities for Ihe repairman's art. WHY SUCH AN EFI'KIHT ? i Somolimes neonlo look upon iL- londaiico at ohureh is a duly which must, lut nni'fnrmnd. mid vet. one wliicd requires moro or lens of an ormrt. When v tro to a show we pay a prico to see pcrforinors reproduce soonos of ovoiydiy luo that are old tit in.mkinil. It. nffni'ds Ule ehange our natures reaiiire and we are satisfied. At nvnev iliiiieli service the inin- itor tells us sometliiug wo did not know baforo. He oxti-ncts his niror maliou from a source that cannot be nunstionuil. from a book that nev or grows old, from tho founUiinhead of truth and knwleuire. 'lite mm of tho Bible contain more tlirillins stories and more as liundinir u'nndeca Uinn all othor prints of civilization combined anil evncv vfn is truth. All of this is yours for tho going, as free as the air that you breathe. 'fSiore Us no ticket taker at the door, and no admiseion is charged. You are welooma without a price. Can you mk "inore f Good Beds and olean Mini, 50c, 7Gc and 31.00. Clayton Hotel. 13-tf. FAMINE FUND WORK AT HALF-WAY MARK Thomas W. Lamont, Chairman, Tells of Relief ' Administered and Task to Be Completed. "CHINA WEEK" IS SUPREME EFFORT OF FUND WORKERS As a practical and popular demon stration of the sympathy of the nation for a sister republic, a "China Fsmtne Week," to be nlisprvfd throughout the United States, has Iteen set for the eliht days from Sunday, May 1, to Sunday, May 8, inclusive. In this week It Is hoped that the churches and civic, commercial and professional bodies will take sn active part. The success ef this week will determine largely the amount of re lief which can he sent through per sonal socrinee to B,000',000 starving people still dependent on outside aid. Tho American Committee' for China Famine Fund, according to a state' ment Issued by Thomas W. I.amont, chairman, has reached tho second stage of Its mission of mercy of send Ing funds from America to feed tho millions of starving famine victims In the for eastern republic At the low est estimate, the statement says. Just as much more Is needed to curry "the lust D.OOO.OOO" through to the June harvest as has already been sent. Mr. I.amont points out that quick response by America to appeals made by President Harding and his prede ccssor, President Wilson, has resulted In such prompt distribution of relief that the threatened magnitude of the fiuidne hns been checked to n mnrked extent. A continuation of the efforts so far made, It Is declared, will place tho famine relief for China among America's most effective philanthro' oles. The Waiting Millions Thero remain, however, the state ment shows, n "hist n.OOO.onO" to be saved, and these people can be saved only by continuous and voluminous re lief resulting from American subscrip tions. The statement, In pnrt, follows: "Quick response to the apppul of the American Committee for China Fam ine Fund Rives us at the half-way point In our work the cheering nssur- anco that the subscriptions from gen erous America already have served a great humanitarian purpose, Inasmuch as relief already administered hns hold the famine In bounds and made It pos sible for America to save a multitude of human beings. Whereas early estimates made It seem that millions must perish, we now are advised that Instead of the 15,000,000 who, It wus originally fear ed, were doomed to death from hunger, relief at present In sight from all sources, American, Chinese and for eign, Is sufficient to provide scanty ra tions until the June harvest for all ex cept 5,000,000 people. These 'last 5,000,000' nre destitute, according to our latest reports from the American Advisory Committee In Peking and are dependent for existence upon new help coming from outside sources, and this means America. From All the People "It Is the earnest hopo of the Com mittee that the number of contribu tions made as well as the aggregate, will be such as to mnko our humanita rian" gift, In a real sense, a gift of the American people as a whole. "One way to make Individual effort and generosity contribute toward sav ing China's starving population Is for, every one responsive to China's need, in effect, to plck a pal In China for a day.' The thought behind this special appeal In connec tion with the Hitter part of our effort will be for American men, women and children to chooae, figuratively, a Chi nese famine victim as a friend for a day and to send what they spend one day on themselves or an American friend to the China Famine Fund ei ther through local committees, banks or churches or direct to Vernon Mun-' roe, treasurer, Bible House, Nw York City. "No American Is so poor that he cannot save a life at the lowest rate ever quoted, one dollar a month. Hlfe's quotations fluctuate, sometimes tn one nation, sometimes In another, but the lower the quotation the greater the opportunity eí huraanlty, the opportu nity of human beings to save human life. China Is far awayMMWO miles but hunger is hunger, whether around U9 corner n beiojad th. Pacific. I SEND What You SPEND ONE DAY To China 5,000,000 Chi nese Famine Victims Still Need Amerioan Help Before June. $1 will sav one life ons month. PICK A PAL' IN CHINA FOR A DAY To hasten the work of relief, this newspaper will forward contribu tions to the local Treasurer, or to the National Treasurer, China Famine Fund, Bible House, New York City. AN APPEAL TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE 'Still llolui) HtiMiiess Mrs. Trotter "'ps, we're just back from Colorado. We've been up lo the top of Pike's Peak." .Mrs. Homebody "Dear me! I've heard my father speak of going up Pike's Peak when he was a boy. f Imd no idea they still had it out Hiere." Hoslon 1'ost. IS1SSn::''i!:im::i:ISS JtúUtin Sjicmll? Here Is yur opportunity ti injure ogaintt embarrassing errors in ipelllng, pronunciation end poor choice of words. Know the meaning of puUn3 war tcrmt. Increase your efficiency, which rwulia'.n power snd success. WEBSTER'S NEW SNTEiWiOtMl DICTIONARY js an all-knowing toaclic: , a univcrs-d quotum eiuwcrcr, nudo to meet your needs. It i.i in daily un by hundreds cf thousands of i-ic-ce.Jul mn I r.Mm.u thjivt rUl ,r. 409.909 Worth. 2703 Pane. 6000 1). lustration i. 12.C03 rloiinipl!l;-aI l.rx Ulm. 3(,C)0(JcoArjphTcaISutj3cts. CRMiD I'EHI, (íliíhr Award) lui.',ua-'ut'l.c Lxr-'tlu1 REGULAR St.J INDIA-PAPER CJltlom. WRITE for ri cl-.cn Pjr I'llliC lurkcl Mai:- .. . j jxmo ihts i;apt r. 0Í.&C. CO., Spring. 'd, Mas., U. S. A. Three and one-linlf million children tn Eastern and Central Europe bav no alternative to disaster between now and next harvest except American aid. For months these most helpless sufforsrs tn the track of war have been u mltte'd to American feeding-stations only If tragically undernourished, and hare received American medical aid only It desperately threatened by death from disease. Winter Is closing down. The money of many nations Is valueless outslda tbolr own boundaries. Economic and crop coadlttons make famine, with Its terrible trnln of diseases, a certain visitor until next harvest. Inevitably the helpless children will suffer most. No child can grew to health and taatty oa the pitiful makeshifts for food with which millions of European adults must content themselves this winter. It Is obvious that the remedy can come only from outside. America saved 0,000,000 European children winter before last. Norms! recuperation cut the need nearly In half last year, but unusual conditions have resulted tn scant sbrlnknge of child destitution during the twelvemonth Just past. Tlie response ot Amerlcn must now decide whether 3,000,000 of these charges, tn acute distress, shall begin to be turned away In January from, more than 17,000 asylums, hospitals, clinics and feeding-stations, dependent on American support There would be no tracedy In history so sweeping or so destructive of those who can deserve no evlU The undersigned organizations, working among every race and creed, many engaged also In other forms of relief, agree unanimously that the plight of those lielpless children should have complete priority In overseas charity until tho situation Is met. This Is an Issue without politics and without rejlglous lines. There can be no dancer of pauperization, (or the $23,000.000 for child food, and tho $10.000.000 fur medtcnl service that we seek, will relieve only the critical cases. Tho medical supplies, of course, must be an unqualified gift, but for every American dollar used tn child feeding, the governments and communities aided fumlsb two dollars In the form of transportation, rent, labor, clerical help, cash contributions and such food supplies as are locally obtainable. America has not failed In tho past In great heartcdness. She has never had a more poignant call than this. Contributions should be turned over to the local committees which aro now being formed for this national collection, or sent to Franklin 1C Lane, Treasurer, Guaranty Trust Co., New York City. i EUROPEAN RELIEF COUNCIL " , Harbirt Hoivir, Chairman Franklin K. Lan, Trtaiurar ComprUlnat American Relief Administration, bjr Ed car Richard, Director American lied Croa, by Llvlntston Furrand. Chairman American Ftlenda' Service Committee (Quakers), by Uufuj M. Jone. Chair man Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, by Felix Warburg Federal Council ot Churches ot ChrUt ta America, by Arthur J. Brown Knlrhta of Columbua, by James A. Flaherty, Supreme Knlfhl T. M. C A., by C. V. Ulbbard. Inter national Committee T. W. C. A., by Mlia Sarah a Lyon. Na tional Board "PLAY BALL!" &5L ril35S!SI:::::::: I::::::::::KS3Zren Z WW.! i -irrr mn y iirirn7rrTair "i i íííl jC srT7 Cm ismiWaflÉTrM !! 1 1 Mil U. . V. J I M'V 1 ?WTO'ew-'iBanBaaaaaaaaBB i 1 --sasan 3essi 1 1 1 m mm Here's Indisputable evidence that the Filipino peoplo have been Ameri canized! The great American Kntne of baseball Is the rage In the Islands. This photograph shows a parade which proceded one of the big games In Manila. Baseball Is played from ono end of tho nrchlpclagn to the other, and, as In other branches of athletic sports, some classy plajers have been developed. mmwm In! I ll .1 Mi h Ti rriirmn i mm I ran raovii our OU -n in y w lluro 'lulrkly iM..rfwL order will nut darnra I'rnmA or tiUüter In the) loaat. rii,iv (inwrL mfithoda and thn most ainrlent liuuso movlni; machinery used. Cnr tno,!f,ni sKwl trucks and modern bou moving raiwtan nukw our vrorlc fakier and cheaper. Wrecking the House faz Pnrti Pnllnw Toa much eoatlr timo to Uv dawn. Too much los -. . 1 . 1 , 'ill .... Vn '..II .! , TIIIM or ine lumorr. itvi mm im,w in what a uwnc in unjuinui nJ trumrf I ran mtko rou. Mili ! KaTiauue $lHr tina. c. v. nousn Phono 193 Clayton, N. M. Columbia tlntchery P. O. Hox 1102 Denver Colo. Ca pacity ovor 10,000 Chioks weekly wn nnn sunnlv vou with anv ouan- ntv nr nnhv Chioks. 15 varielios; Livn delivory guaranteed; Parcel Post Prepaid. Write for prices and full nnrlfciilara. 6-tí t i r? i i i i i vve nave rurnuure pncea as low as you wouia i want to go, and we will please you at the other extreme. It makes no difference to us what price you want to pay. The important thing is to see you pleased. Whatever your furniture problem bring it to us and we will help you to decide. \n\n finaras.- somo 45,000,000 tiros one