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The Mountainair independent. (Mountainair, N.M.) 1916-1941, December 19, 1918, Image 3

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THE MOUNTAIN AIR INDEPENDENT.
Put your flag
in the
front window
J
but just join once
Two and three and more 1919 member
ships in the Red Cross are not necessary
one is enough, and all that is expected of you.
When you join you will receive a 1919 member
ship button, a service flag and a folder with ten
Red Cross Christmas seals.
Wear your button on the outside of your coat
when your button is where it can be seen you won't
be asked to join a second time.
Put your flag in the front window of your home
with an additional membership cross for each
one of your family who joins.
If you have been a member during 1918, RENEW
your membership NOW this will be your only
opportunity to answer "present" to the 1919 Red
Cross Christmas Call.
oisi the Med Cross
- all you need is a heart dnd a dollar
Wear yonr
button where
it can be seen
THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY
Moimlaiiiair Printing Company
Pleasant View Red Cross
December 17, 191S
Mrs. Siii'U now has some children
refuge garments which she will dis
tribute among the different members,
to be made. Although we have been
unable to have any meetings since the
flu tirst broke out, we are all working
hard and intend to keep it up. We
will have a good number of articles
ready to turn in by our next meeting.
Mrs. Snell, Chairman, has announc
ed a call meeting of the Red Cross on
Friday, December the 27th. All mem
bers are strongly urged to come and
bring all finished work, as business of
some importance will be transacted.
The meeting place will be the same
as usual, at the schoolhouse, at 3:00
p. m. sharp.
ISABEL CLAKK,
Secretary.
"Were you enjoying yourself in this
girl's company?" was a question put
to a defendant. "I was, Judge, until
my wife came along.
UTLES APPLES AITLES
$2.00 a box
Mountainair, Traduce Company
Pleasant View Red Crss.
LOST: Joint Well IMping, 2 inch
galvanized with Sucker rod between
Mountainair and my home, 11 miles
north and west. H. F. Bethel
SUNDAY SCHOOL CON
TENTION POSTPONED
The District Sunday School Con
vention, which was to. have been held
on the last Sunday in December, has
been postponed because of the snow
and bad roads.
The seriousness oi one- i
the happiness in the obligation of the other
But both are badges of honor one standing for
exceptional valor on the battlefield the other, for
membership in the greatest of all humanitarian
organizations, your American Red Cross.
The work of the soldier is practically finished.
The work of the Red Cross has really just begun.
Your membership and the moral support such
membership gives are essential in carrying on
Red Cross activities.
Let us all realize that in our happiness of another
Christmas of Peace and Plenty let us not forget
the sufferings and privations of our war-torn
friends across the sea let us make our Christmas
festival a Red Cross Christmas with full member
ship in every American home.
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(5?. ni pi r
Put your
flag in
your window
let your
neighbors
know you
haven't forgot
ten Belgium
and France
and our boys
who remain
overseas.
oiii the Red Cross
-all you need is a heart dnd a dollar
Wear your
Button
Will you be
wearing your
membership
button when
the boys come
home?
Join
THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTE! BY
Mountainair Produce Company
Wholesalers oí
Flour, Feed, Grain and Posts
Mrs. Corinne Harris is expected
to spend Wednesday and Thursday
with her sister Mrs. S. W. Tarton.
I
.NOTICE F0K PUBLICATION
School will dose Tuesday afttr-
noon for the remainder of the week.
! Mrs. C. L. Burt, and children, John
'and jean will leave Saturday for Al
buquerque to spend Christmas with
her sister, Mrs. W. M. McCoy.
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Santa Fe, N. M.
December 2, 1913
Notico Is hereby given that Wilson
A. Sipeii, of Mountainair, N. M., who,
on October 4, 1915, made Additional
II. K., No. Ü24S43, for HWVi. Section
27, Township 4 north, Range 6 east,
N. M. P. Meridian, has filed notico of
intention to make three year Proof,
to establish claim to the land above
described, before P. A. Speckmann, IT.
S. Commissioner, at Mountainair, N.
M . on tho 14th day of January 1919.
Claimant names as witnesses:
T. N. Hollon, B. L. Mitchell.J. L.
Chastain. and J. A. Cluff, all of Moun
tainair, N. M.
FRANCISCO DELGADO
12-5-1-2 Register.
Miss.Miklred Webb expects to spend
Christmas with home folks, in Albu
querque. I Irs. Frank Carson is enjoying a
visit from her brother of Oklahoma.
NOTICE FOU PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Santa Fe, N. M.
December 2, 191S
Notice is hereby given that Cathryn
Hibler, heir of Harvey J. Hampton,
deceased, of Mountainair, N. M., who,
on October 17, 1916, made H. K., No.
028229. for SWtf, and Lots 5, 6, 11
and 12, Section 4, Township 3 north,
Rango 8 east, N. M. r. Meridian, has
filed notice of intention to make three
year Proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before P. A.
Speckmann, V. S. Commissioner, at
Mountainair, N. M., ojfthe 14th day
of January 1919.
Claimant names as witnesses:
J. T. Hodgln, J. A. Rogers, John
Wood, and Charles Hibler, all of
Mountainair, X. M.
FRANCISCO DELGADO
12-0-1.2 Register.
APPLES APPLES APPLES
Mountainair, Produce Company
A full stocking over the fireplace is
worth two in a store window, in the
eyes of any boy or girl.
Senator Chamberlain of Oregon pro
poses that the allies' debts to the
United States be canceled, in token of
American appreciation of the fact that
money lent by this country to its fel
low belligerents was used to ony
bread and bullets to defend our own
homes. He says that our sacrifices
have not been so great as those of our
allies, so that we should wipe out
their petty financial obligations to us
and give them a helping hand in re
construction. This will not satisfy the
jews in Wall street, however.
Advertise
Your Business
and ere long
Your Business
will advertise you
t
t
.
M Conservation
"The Home of Good Things to Eat"
.HEATS Yes, you can help save food.
One of the best ways is to use home
grown and home cured products. Our
market offers you a variety of such ar
ticles. Our meats are all home-grown.
We do not handle any fresh meats ex
cept home-grown and home-slaughtered.
And our customers tell us we have as
tine a line as can be secured in any
city snop.
FRUIT New Mexico Apples are famous
for their quality and flavor. In buying
these, you also help in the Conservation
plan, as there is no long freight haul in
securing these apples.
Then we nave bananas,, oranges, lemons,
etc.. all of which save food which can be
sent "over there."
SYRUPS A full line of various brands
just received. In using syrups, you;are
saving sugar, and helping very greatly.
HONEY A fresh shipment just in. What
is better these cold mornings than! comb
honey on your hot-cakes?
IN (.ENEKAL You will find a number
of articles here, which will aid in the
plan of Food Conservation. Our line of
Groceries is complete and fresh.
CHRISTMAS SHOPP
Uncle Sam lins taken the ban off of Christmas shopping and un?es everyone to
(five presents just as they did "before the war," We lime in our big storp, gifts sail,
able for every member oí the family.- Good, useful gifts, Ibat will be appreciated. Coin;?
in and s'e these and you will be sure to want some. oí them. Spare will not permit us
to enumerate all, but here are a few suggestions. :
Hosiery 1 '.;
Just received a nice line of Hose..for
men. hUlie's.. and children,' We have a
splendid Weight hose in silk, which will
give good service in the coldest weather.
Also a good line pf lisle hose, more idbd
erata tor price, Hosiery' i. always j:7áá'
accept a liLe gift. ' ' ''
China ware ... , , ..,,,.
We. lijveijust. .opened a, nice lot'! of,
China ware, and can' suit your taste as'
well as fill your needs in this line. We
have á number of designs: and patterns,,
in delicate ware, which must-be seen.t,o(.
be appreciated. We also have the plain
ware in a serviceable quality, which wfe
have priced very reasonably. Wh'ut Ms
nicer for the lady of the house than a
nice set of dishes? : ; - :
Among the Dolls
Wu have a. nice assortment of Dolls of
various sizes for the girlies from the
wee tots up. Character dolls are all the
vogue,,, now, and come in unbreakable
.liKiter.Lals. Our dolls will not be thrown
''.ásídé.-'a?! broken and unlit for tho little
ones' pleasure alter a few days, but will
brin;; pleasure to the little lady's heart
- every day in the year.
' For the.' Roys ,
For. .the. .boya we- have Air Guiiü
Musi
cal Tops, lleras,, and a number of toys
' winch wjll clélight flic little fellows. Just
' th fhing Slifti'a'Will use to till their
''socklngs.' 1 fteTliWe' expecting a larger
'.'slifpmeiii' in sfiÜn.'.'íec these before mak
ing '-your : punches.
Then there are the Toboggans of' st6ckh1g": caps', ;'Sweaters, Kid Gloves, Hand
kerchiefs, Knitting Rags, Slippers, .Coats,.. and ya.riou,s other articles, suitable for
gifts, and serviceable at the same time. Üy your Christmas shopping now, and avoid
having to make your purchases during .the 'rush. 1 '
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