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The Clayton Hews I'uWlíhod Every Saturday J6rr t Un rat-OUl at Ctarhw, New Mexico, áa dwnt'CUu an auit .U, OH ó be M, 1909, aer (h Act f Mare. S, ÍB7. J. B. PROCTOR, Editor and Manager - Mi," : Official Paper ot Union County nod V. .8. Land Oíílco SÜBSCMPTION' RATES: Oao Year J2.00 81k Mouths 10P Three Months .50 Advertising Hates made on request SOWING DHAGOYS TEETH The Tollowing is from a report unanimously adoptad by tho judicial wjolion of llio American Bar asso ciation: Tito judicial section of the Amer ican liar association, venturing to apeak for all the judges, wishus to express this warning to the Ameri can peoplo: Reverence for law and enforce ment of law depend mainly upon the idoals and customs of those who ncoupy the vantago ground of lifo In business and society. The peo ple of I he United Statos, by solemn constitutional and statutory enact ment have undorlakon to suppross llio ago-long evil of tho liquor traf fic. When, for tho gratification of thoir appetites or tho promotion of Iheir interests, lawyers, bankers, wont mcrujiants and manufactur ers, and social loaders, both men and women, dlsoboy and scoff at tills law, or any of her law, they are aiding the cause of anarchy and promoting mob violence, robbery and homicide, they are sowing dra gon's tenth and they need not be surprised when they find thai no Judloial or police authority can sav) our country or humanity from reap ing the harvest. CAM) OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. Lon 'Clark and Mr. and Mre. A. B. Thompson dosiro by this' moans to express their sincere thanks to thoir friends and neigh bors for tho kindness and assistance rondorcd them during tho extended illness and death of Mr. and Mr. Clark's baby. Evoryono was so kind that thoy can never bv forgotten and may God bless them. Mr. and Mrs. I.cn Clark. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Thompson. PRESBYTERIAN BAZAAR IS A DECIDED SUCCESS Tho bazaar hold by tho ladies of the Presbyterian church on Decem ber 2 and 3 proved to be a success tn ovory way. From a financial standpoint it was about the biggest thing that has ever been hold by any of tho churches. The ladies report that tho sale netted them $512.81. CHRISTIAN CHURCH WILL HOLD CAFETERIA SUPPER After a lapso nf several months, tho Ladies' Circle of the Christian Church comes nut with the an nouncement that Ihey are going to hold another one of those delightfu' cafeteria suppers. Everyone who patronized the suppers lasl fall know what (hat means. Everything Ihul can he desired in the way of pood enls will he on the table and you enn buy and pay for just- what you eat. This supper will be held on next Friday evening. December lf. in the basement of the church. If you want to gel a real feed at a price that, won't break you. be on hand at that timo and plac. FIRE DEPARTMENT MAKES RUN TO THE FAIR GROUNDS Wo desire thru the columns of the Now to thank our many friends for Uieir kindness and assistance during our recent sorrow and for the benuliful fl.irnl pieces. .Mr. and Mrs. T. M. MeArthur and Family. The fire department answered a enll at the Fair Grounds, Monday. Tho fence had caught fire from the burning of grass which had been sot on fire by someone throwing a lighted match inlo the dry grass. Tho department succeeded in ex tinguishing the fire hoforo much dnmngo was done. The News is printing sale bills for all the other follows. If you are go ing to sell out. why not let us print yours? Typewriter Ribbons for any make of machine at The News Office.. HEKtS wag once u ery, very old mc doll who lived Id n jtititaery. She Was no old fhat phe had seen all the children grow Hp the boj who wore trousers' bow, (ho girl who had her Iralr done tn braids, the middle Blxed child who find go often lert the rag doll out In the gar den at night. There was only the baby left bless hi pink toes 1 ' But the rag doll wns very, very old, and one beautiful Chrlstmns time lie began to show her age. Her hnlr bad been combed so much that it had come out dreadfully, and her nose, from a great deal of kissing, was entirely gone. Her pretty pluk checks had been washed away when the boy tried to teach her to swim In the bath tub, nnd all her clothes were very untidy Indeed. The baby never noticed all these things, but the toys did; they nil made (lie most un I kind rcmutks to i the rag doll the ilny before Christ ians. "Look at your . dirty face," said the larce French doll, "you'll bo put in the attic to night. That's where tne old dolls go." "Look ut your dross," said the jumping Jack. "It Is all torn. 1 wouldn't walk across the nursery tloor with you." "Did you ever seo such thin ImlrT" ashed the hobby horse. "I thought my tnll was thin, but It Uu't to be com pared with that!" But just then the nursery door opened, and the Christmas Angel cams iL SIiOPPiNG HINTS I I jgSf CHRISTMAS GIFTS 25 to 50,-, On Watches, Jewelry, Cut Glass, Hand tainted China and Silverware Beginning Saturday Dec. 10th and Continuing Until Jan. 1st Wo have a larga assortment and cau assist you n making your Ninas selections for mother, falhor, Sinter, brother, wife, child or friend. Wo are pleaded to show you our stock, whetheryou buy or not. ) CALL IN and LOOK US OVER HEPORE YOU BUY C. W. qANDERSON oAt The 'Davis "Drug Store ? 7 ' Dec. 10th to' " Dec. 25th OUR BIG SALE STARTS DECEMBER 10-BNDS DECEMBER We don't want to carry ovor a single Doll, Manicure noil or Toñal . Set or Xmas Stationery, and wo aro culling Iho prlco without ro gard to the original cost. . DOLLS All 1.50 to S2.G0 Dolls, Salo price --$ -5 All Sinn In St rn DnlU. S.tln nrlc.n .UlM Genuino 312.00 Walking Doll, Sale prioo - Genuine 0.00 Walking Doll, Salo price , ftp MANICURE ROLLS, .'131-3 DISCOUNT Ivory Manicuro Roll. $20.00, Sale prlco . J$14.00 Ivory Manicuro Roll, 5.75, Salo price - 3.86 : Ivory Manicure Roll, $7.50, Salo prico S.ÓU Pearl Manicure Roll, 88.75, Salo price Í&J ' Ivory Manicuro Roll, $19.75, Salo prico 13.J7. Pearl Manicure Roll. $35.00, Sale price ,. - MM r0 DISCOUNT GENUINE PYRALIN IVORY Nothing makes nicer gifts than Pyrolin Ivory. "We are giving 50 Discount on Pyrolin Ivory Toilet Sols and 20 Discount on all Ladies' Hair Brushes and Mirrors. $100.00 Genuine Pyralin Toilet Set $ól).ti(l 5 U0.00 Genuino Pyralin Toilet Sot - 45.(10 ü Rj.OO Genuine Pyralin Toilet Sol S'i.r.O i $20.00 Toilet Sota ?1QJI0?1 35.00 Toilet Sots 17,Tti y.iiu louei sous .) 20 DISCOUNT ON HOLIDAY STATIONERY STATIONERY IN FANCY HOLIDAY BOXES Discount 20 A FEW SUGGESTIONS PERFUME and TOILET WATERS X.MAS and NEW YEAR'S CARDS .....n; t 2.7c GILLETTE SAFETY RAZORS IN IVORY BOXES FOUNTAIN PENS EVERSHARP PENCILS IEWELRY DEPARTMENT Gifts That Last Also Combination Sets (Pen and Pencil j Never he foro has the Jewelry Department had such, un excollout stock. If you are undecided as to what to gel, for her or his Xmus. Gift, call in and see Bobby, and your troubles are ovor. HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW OUUEN WATCHES? 7hf f?cc& Star WANKER A IUXU. Proprietors. t 1 City Drag Store FOR ONE WEEK. OILY. Expert Sewing I Will Do Wo Terms Reasonable' IV Wright M In. You could bo perfectly sre t It was the Christmas Angel even If i did have on a gingham apron, beca her face shone so through the rtfl "The French doll must go up to the attic," said the Christinas Angel. "There is a more beautiful new heat doll coming.' "Why, the jnck-ln-the-box Jm for gotten how to Jump." You see the Jack-in-the-box bad been so excited nbout the nig doll's dress that he had broken Ida spring. "Tho j'nck-ln-the-box must go up to the attic, too," said the Chrlstmus An gel. Then she wcut over to the hobby horse. "Poor, old hobby-horse 1" she said. "Your leg Is very badly broken. I will take you up to the attic until you can bo mended." "There," the Christmas Aneel said at last, "the nursery Is all tidy, and ready for new toys but, dear mo, what's this? Why, It Is the little rag doll!" "Ob, please, do I have to go to the attic, too7" said the rag doll. "It's vory cold there, and 1 know the best doll will have the chimney corner for herself and 1 don't want the mice to gnaw ray toes!" "Why, you dear old thing I" said the Christmas Angel, "tou're tho same rag doll that I ued to piny with when I was little. You go to tba attic? Why, I Just guess not I We couldn't get along without you In the nursery. You do need a little mondlng, but I am going to sew you, und then you shall sit on iho very tiptop of the Christmas tree." The Cbrlstnms Angel lighted one of the Christmas candios so that she could see to sew. Then she took the .rug doll In her lap und opened her workbag und set to work. First he sturted the rag doll's In- white "ftlrtraftí" nnd black shoes on her fce.1. She took a piece ot clean, whlto cloth nnd covered the rag doll's dirty face, and painted In blue eyes and a smiling red mouth and vermil ion cheeks. She sewed on a new yellow wig; nnd then she made a pink - and whlta checked gingham dress with puffed sleeves, and a white aprou with strings to keep the dress clean, and n pink-and-white checked suiibonnet to tie under the rag doll'i chin and keep her hair tidy. C "I lldnk you wll do now, you dear old thing," said tho Christmas 'Angel. So It catne Chrlstiims morning, and s there on tho tiptop of the tree sat tho rag doll quito made over . The chll' dren thought her really the wostibsatfc tlful of all the Christmas things. As for tho rag doll h -rself why, all the pleasure of her old days wns as noth ing the happlueg that wg hers now. Carolyn S. Itnlley, In Kinder garten Review. Money back without quemioa 1 HUNT'S OUAR AN TICKS SKIN DISEASES KKMKDIKC (Hunt's Salve nd Soap Mail in the treatment of Iteh. Kci ema. Rintworm,Tetletorotheilt3h. Irk liln dUeatea. Try tin o treatment e" ' rAVIS DMJO CO.