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aiORRNO VALLKY HAS MANXKU HOYS AND fl MILS' CLUB THE CLAYTON NBWS; In the western part of Colfax rnnnly. surrounded by mountains, watered by I reams of ire water ami indliPi inv t Im Kugle Nest Lake lies Hie Mm en.) Miliey. Far Irom the hustle and hustle of ei'y life, un known ip the smaller Ullages of New Mexico there lias grown up in, tins beautiful Mlley an nrpaniji-1 lion of yonnfr1er known n Hie Mo- reno Valley Hoys' and Oul.' club.; They meet al regular intervals lo study better methods of farming, i but particularly am they interested in the rearing of livcslook. Owners, as they aro, of high grade rattle, thee unusual boys ami girls be lieve (hat they must be prepared for the advancement and improvement which tli-y' expec. m lh livestock of üic next, generation. To some of these youngsters, proficient lie Blnek judging and rearing comes as a natural gift while to others it. can only come with hard work of close observation and careful attiuliim to. ine.praniieps 01 sucressrui livestock men. When asked why he joined a Dairy Calf Club a young member of 14 years brightly replied, "Well, mir Club Agent said that there was always a demand for milk as food and that manure was needed on our soil to keep it. fertile so I thol it a pretty good club to join as he fixed it so 1 could borrow the money." Not only do these boys and girls attend to the business part of their rlub work but they have wonderful I integral, olub parties nnd fishing nt hunting trips such as a city dweller seldom enjoys. People Read This Newspaper Sanitation Needed In The Flqjd As . Well As In The Ham. Plants as well as animals are sub ject to disease. It is common to find those who think that sanitation of t he home and barn are very impor tant hut at the same time they un filed the sanitation of the field. Plants that have died from various diseases should not be scattered about the fields. "J recently observed a field of sweet potatoes where the plants which haTl died from black shank were pulled up and scattered about the field," says tho JliolngisL of the Agricultural College. "This forms an ideal method of transmitting the disease, especially under irrigation conditions as the disease is readily carried by tho water to the healthy plans, yet the owner was surprised that the disease was spreading." All plants which have died from a disease should ho carefully clean ed up, as the leaving of theso plants upon the ground furnishes excellent medium for the growth of the bau lería and fungi causing the disease. Hot beds in which plants have died from disease should ho disonforted. Limbs dead from fire bíighl should lm removed from the orchard, and the tools and hands carefully disen focled beforo handling other trees in the samo orchard. Plant material dead from disease Pbonhl be handled with the same That's why it would bo profitable tor you to advertise in it If you want a Job If yoa want io hire somebody If you want to sett something If yoa want to buy something If yoa want to rent your house If yoa want io sett your house If you want to sell your farm If you want to buy property If there is anything that you want the quickest and best way to supply that want is by ptacino an advertisement tn this paper The results will surprise and please you as the barn ami homo should be cleaned up. No refuse such as a clump of weeds or a mass oT decay ing vegetable matter should he loft to form the breeding ground for disease. Many of the insects would also find no placo to hibornato if correct sanitation methods of the fields wore followed. LOST Black Angora Cat. Return to News office and recüivo' $5.00 reward. DISSOLUTION NOTICE Mr. Hugh H. Woodward and Mr. Lhingslon N. Taylor, announce a dissolution of the law firm of Wood ward & Taylor. Mr. Taylor will re sume the practico of criminal law in connection with his civil prac tice. Offices of both Mr. Woodward and Mr. Taylor will bo continued in the Oray-Easlerwood building east of I ho First National Hank, in Clay-Ion. .11. K. CHUItCH SOUTH Tho Du Boso M. E. Church South is open, and the regular services will bo held there Sunday. Sun day School at IQ a. m.; Preaching at it a. m.; Preaching at 8 p. in. L. F. CONICIN, Pastor. SEDAN M. T. Cranilall is building a new house on his farm wost, of Sedan. Mrs. J. II. Williams of Sedan, is at the Trans-Canadian Sanitarium at Dalharl, Te.as, quilo sick. Mrs. J. H. Chadwick and little daughter Fern, are visiting near Hutchinson, Knns. Mr. James Orr returned Friday from Wellston. Okla., having been called to the bedside of his mother. aullen as is ueil in the handling of who is very sick. He accompanied animal material. The fields as well, his sister-in-law, Mr.1. Mary Orr, who lias bean visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Pogue. On the return trip he visited relatives, in cluding Austin Harris, whó will lie 'remembered at. Sedan, having lived here with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Harris, who accompanied Mr. Orr home as ho visited them at Can yon City. Texas. A crib holding about 100 bushels f com and belonging to It. Lobb, IP i Monty hack without nueitlon If HUNT'S QUARANTEKfl SKIN DISKASE REMEDIES I (Hunt's !;alve and Soan). fall In the treatment of Itch, Roiema, Rlngwrm,T. Iter ur other Itch xinr bKin diaeawea. Try tnk treatment at oir rick. DAVIS UIIUO CO. NOW COMES SCHO DAYS OL It Is Time to Have Your Shoes Repaired-We Do It Right. All Work guaranteed Satisfactory or MOViEY BACK Simon Herzstein's Sudden Service Shoe Shop Clayton -:- New Mex. was burned to the ground, Tuesday night, August. 2U. The n"rompt ar rival of the neighbors saved the corn but the building iras deslroved Mrs. A. H. Christerson. daughter, Lena, and son Milliard, leave this week for Las Vegas, the latter two to attend dm state Normal school. These voiiuir neonle cnirte In Smlnn with their Dai-cnN from Spilnn Kansa. and have been attending the Sedan school . from its fi est lerm until they graduated from Ilie einlilh grade. 2 years ago. Miss Lena will be greatly missedas organist at the Ü. U. chin Vegas to prepare herself for a teach er. Milliard will fit himself for whatever life holds for him. as even in farming a belter education is re quired every year, as the seasons roll around. Theso excelleni riirUiinn are only leaving Tor the school yenr llllt will be ETCnllv inUarwl in iir.ll. social and church circles. Mr. Jack Oliver Vim nnnt m.lnin1 of Schools at Sedan, has arrived to become acquainted with the com munity before the opening of school oji Sept. 0th. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Love and daughters or Diamond, Mo., are vis iting at the Wiley horn. Miss Love will he 'one of the. Sedan teachers this year. Mrs. Kayler of ft. Wftrlh. Texas, Mrs. B. M. Foster's sister, is visiting at Serian. HORN To .Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Bocks, on Alienist sn mil u..Na - . i.t.CT. KJIIIil ' unwell in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Tryan are tho proud naronls of n nmv 1ml.,. horn in August. We havo not learn ed tho dale. A very pleasant partyvtois hold at tho Robert Fowlkc honjfc near Lib erty school, soutl east of Sedan, on Friday night. Mr, and Mrs. Roberr:puncan on terlained a number ofyoung poo pie at Sunday dinner, August 28, 1021. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Seller onlor lained a few coupíes' of young poo plo at tho H. A. Seller homo on Saturday night, August 27th. Plenty .of hands now troinr from fie;d to field, pulling broom corn' those days. The results fire vni-v florid complexions, owing to-tho hot sun. ) Mr. Waller Lobb oJ" tho nnrotin Church, is being assisted in a union meeting at. Sedan U. B. church by Ilev. p. I. Hammond, beginning Auj. 30. Everyoite'is cordially invited to attend. Make this YOUR meeting. "CYCO." Married Miss Versie Donoho to Mr. Willis Seller, at nalhart, Texas, August 17, 1921. Mrs. Seller is the older .daughter or Mr. and Mrs. A. Or Iloifoho, who have resided a mile and a quarter we-l or Sedan for twelve years or more, and are well and favorably J;nown in Union county for their sterling qualities. Miss Versie re ceived her education in Sedan school where she tyught last year, and at the Normal at Las -Vegas, N. M. Mr. Seller fs the only son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Seltor. who came here about eight years ago from southwest Missouri, and are also crv well known, having livpd one and a half miles northeast of Sedan. Mr. Seller is an excellent young man and we are glffd he has chosen a Sedan girl for his life partner, and also to itill reside in this commun Hy. The best wishes are extended to them by their many friends for long, happy life. Put it to Any Power Task Wlulo tho Fordson Tractor has power in plenty to drag plows and harrows through (he honviest soil, it is light enough, small enough and so-easily controlled that it can handily bo put to many tasks nbout tho farm, that will savo you limo, monoy and work. In faat tho Fordson will. do every pówor job, both draw-bar and belt, moro quickly and at loss cost than it can bo dono with any othor form of. power. So every month tho Wliplo year 'round tho always dependable Fordson will provo itself a paying investment because of its capabilities, ils economy and effioienoy. $700.00 Wc will gladly explain and demonstrate to you the many Fordson money-making, time-sning features. Call, write or pnpne. Pioneer Auto Company CLAYTON, N. M. Camels are made for Men who ' Think for Themselves . 4 Such folks know real quality1 and DEMAND it. f r , They prefer Camels because Camels give them tho -V' smoothest, mellowest smoke they can buy because , í they love the mild, rich flavor of choicest tobaccos, perfectly blended and because Camels leave f NO ' CIGARETTY AFTERTASTE. " Like every man who does hlS nwn til in triti or r want fine tobacco in your cigarettes. You'll fl'nd it in Camels. ' And, mind you, no flashy package just for show. No extra wrappers! No costly frills! These things dqn t improve the snioke any more than premiums or coupons. But QUALITY! Listen! That's CAMELS! . amel -if. B.J.UTHOUKT'Aait.Gfc, vruu iaitaa-Mw, N.