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THE CLOVIS NEWS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1921.
f SETTING UP " TO E TjEE j T ALM08T every comer grocer'e l stands can b purrhaiicd very cheaply that will hold the Christ a trm firmly la position. Tli ilmpliwt of ihfie coiihIms of a troMpler of wood raiam! a little from Ihe flour tjr wooden support and hiiv Ini; a hole In t lie renter tu Insert the trunk nf tin tree. Mon elaliorate mica Hike t tie form Of a woo'h'li square, painted a Prtjtlit lil mill sin ToiiikIciI hy II low Wooden railing. i "t'linl ry dwellnx who r;iiinoi pur chase these trees nl the eorner store, but have to out llieiu In the nearest H'oofl lot, must dehe sonic oilier way of holding the t tiflsiiiiHs tree In posi tion. Tin easiest way to do this, If the tree la not ton Inrire mid heavy, la to Insert the trunk li to the hole tlirmiKli the hot torn of n woiHlen liox, and It her paint thin hot green or red or cover It with green or red (inner. A starch hox will hold up 11 atniill tree pertectly, hut ft somewhat larger box must he chosen for one of larger growth. If, in .spite of nil precautions, the tree seeius ton heavy nnd Is In clined to wohhle, weight the hot on Cither side with heavy stone. Sonie tlmea the hox Is tilled with snml, the trunk plumed in that, mid then the wooilen I'uver nulled In plaee to make all very ""lld. If one hill any talen! for carpentry, even nf the roughest v"i't, nn etTective Jtlpport can he Hindi' hy niillliii: two pieces ol wood in the shape of n 0,1111 re cross. holdliiL' the tree upon this and iialllnc cleats to holh tree nd support until II stands firmly. A very pretty effect ran he ohiulnei! by rnveriiii; the Mippoit of the tree and the floor directly around It with White cotton linttlntf on which sliver tinsel, called "rain" In most shops, has been sprinkled. This ninkes the Iree look at If It were crowing In a hunch f snow glittering In the sun. mmHm'm'jv I You's th Bestest Man I Vvv'e'i.M, i aj 1 1 1 1 u t mttuxx-qu j r 'J . ' A ' Ahnf lv. ,. -J'i ' u IS ."I P: ft i , i i at i m-.i Ki .i Glnfler Cookies. Cream together one cupful of angnr and one cupful of shortening. Add two tahlespoimfnls of molnssea, one teiispoonful of ginger and a whole eg well heateii. Stir two tfuspooiifulu of soda In half u cupful of liolllng wuter ; SKt In a tcnsjionnful of linking powder with eiiotixh' fiotir to make a soft rinlii;h. Koll out and hake far apart so they will not run together. , THE RETURN AT YULETIDE Ltmon and Sardlnaa. A little lemon Juice la an Improve ment to the sardine mixture. c Try a News Want Ad. Give Glasses A Cliristnias Miuucstinii lliat will make niii' tlmiiijitl'iiliirss ri'iiicni'icr cil fnr years, Vmi can sclccl now any I'l'ii'ctl tVaiiii' you wish ami receive with il a (ill-T rKIJTIFM'ATK wliirh t iitilli s tin In-jivr i fj have lln eyes i xaiiiiiii'il anl Inisrs l'itlcil with out any rui'thci' c.riisi. CAN YOU THINK OF A MORE SATISFACTORY GIFT? THE OPTICAL SHOP Where the llest Eyeulassct Are Mtule III Lyrciini Thrall';- I ? i i i 1 1 i 1 1 lc Phone 194 Fittings Guaranteed n HI SI MAS cornea and the old woiUl tm in Koiiiily back to Ita falrv iIhvi Pays that saw Him whose splendor burns IlrlKhi thioiiKh ems o( murk and inaia; Dark to Ihe Star whostt spciikllif rays Wist man apt! as It luckoneii them Over Judra's winding ways Back to the Hubs of Bethlehem! I Christinas comes, and ths old heart goes Oayly back to the dear dayu I'UBt Duys whose breath of the budding rose Stents ths years that have followed fast; Back to the Star whose spell was cast liver young eyes and dallied them. Ftlllng rapt youth lt.h a wonder vaat Bock to ths Babe of Bethlehem! Chrlslma comes, and the old faith lives. Summoned back from the days guns I by- ! Pays begemmed with the Joy that gives ! Mortals llm for their sob and sigh; : Back la the Htar In the smiling sky, j PIlKrlme haste ns It urifea ihem I (n to the haven ever nlsh j Back tu the lluhe of Bethlehem! Christmas! come, when the world shall go Bounillitg lai'-k to the host nf ilaya Pavf when H" In a maTu'.ir low Bilges charmed Into pr.iycr and prairie; Bark to ine Star whotto Hrakliu ruys , All men stiy ns It beckon them Over Jild.iu's winding ways- I Ba'k to the Buhe of Bethlehem! Janus i'. M'-Nully, In Ht. lxmla 1'nst-Dlaiuilch. j Cookies for Chriatmaa Time. i ('ream one-half cupful of shorten- Init with one cupful of suL'itr; mid two I well lieati'ii ei'as, ope !ali!esp(nn;rul of milk or cream, two and inn -half cup. fills of tloiir sifted with two t it i n. fuN of luiklii) powder and mie half , teiispoonful each of puwih '. iniuiicg ! and cinder. Mix and st it in t uslile to chill for one hour. Hull out. cut rito ' fancy shapes and hal;.- f a moderate i oven. Fancy cullers furnish an iis ; Sortnieiii of cookie unci are diVrahh! when they are to he enjoyed hy .-hi). ' dren. Lucking a vnrl.'ty of cutters, a pastry wheel enn he used, or pat I terns citl out of stiff cnrdhoiird can oe iniu on tne uoucn, imu the outllnea folio wed with a slender knife. Hope He Fills Bofe of Allow us to ex tend to you our heartiest and best wishes for a Merry Christ mas. ' May it find you pros perous and happy. Mrs.W. G. Broome Millinery and Ladies' Readj-to-Wear - V .' ., Vr. .,'.y .. " ' I I j l V N as ri r. i i i Roberts-Dearborne Hardware Co. STORES AT CARLSBAD, CLOVIS AND LOVING, NEW MEXICO (Incorporated) CAPITAL STOCK fllW.OOO.OO PIKKCTOR.? S. I. ROBERTS, President F. L. DEARUOKNE. Vlce-Prenldcnt II. II. DILI.KY, Secretary and Treaa l!EO. 0. lldl'KRTS Roy DICKSON Clovis, New Mexico F. L. DEARRORNE, MuniiKcr Carlnbad Stora GEO. 0. ROUERTS, SlaniiKPr Clovis Store ROY DICKSON', M illiliter Loving Store. Everybody this year seeins to be in a loving conspirajy to give something useful for Christmas presents. That is as it should ce. Chrictn-as ought not to pass without some remembrance to our love'l ones. But we should use care in the selection of our gifts and buy the things that are useful and sensible. A Hardware Store is the best place on eartn for this, You can find in it something for every m.orr.ter of the family. fl2 , ,, 1 .". V i Po ice t Knives Razors S jisscrs V.'atches Flashlights Guns Ammunition Tools Crockery Glassvaro Aluminum. Ware Enameled Ware Electric Irons Percolators Toy Wagons Tricycles These are Just a few suggestions. Cur goods are new and up-to-date. Our prices are right and we want your busi ness. Come and see us. Cur Motto:- 'Your Koney Ba;-fc If You Want It.'" ROBERTS-DEARBORNE HARDWARE COMPANY, Clovis, H. m. Our idea f n riih man is one who can Miioke a f il'ti ' ti-ci'iit e'lMi' with out v. i 1 1 ! 1 1 ur il had heen e.ivcn to him. Dalliu News. ye ar's nih' ci !.tion to the News will he a priM iu fur tin entire fam ily. Sllhsci'ilie how. When yon want that, printing in a hurry, try the Clovis News Job I'rint intf Department. I'lioni 97. tf Hill Il.irt h;i wed, which ou'rh! to put a crimp in his tnovi,. i-m r. How enn nn inlelliiretil crowd of fillum fans iret th illusion thai a mini is wild and woolly when tli. y l;:iow he is married,- Kurt Worth Star Tele Kiam. KNOW IT WELL INGESTION Tledford's Black-Dranglt Highly Recammended by a Tennessee Grocer for Troubles Re lulling from Torpid Liver. East Nnnhvllln, Tonn. The effl lency of Thodford'a Eluck-DrauBht, th gfinnlno, herb, liver medicine, la Touched for by Mr. W. N. Parsons, a grocer of this city. "It la without doubt the beat liver medicine, and I don't belleva I could get along without It I take It for aour itomach, head ache, bad liver. Indigestion, and all other troubles that art the result of a torpid liver. "I hava known and naed It for rears, nd can and do highly recommend It to every one. I won't go to bed with out It la the house. It will do all It clatma to do. I cant say enough foa It" Many ether nen and women MiroogV ut U country haft found Black Draught Jait w Mr Parsoni describe "-ralnabU la regulating the liver to tto asxaal ftuotleaa, and la deaaalm the bevels of tnspurltlea. TVtdfordt Bhvek-OrangBt Urer aMdt sta If the origin! an4 oalr geauln. Aeeert ao lmltatians or labjUtatea, . Alwsyi aak for TaedTordl, tm Familiar Fen turn Well Known tj Hundreds of Clovis Citizens. A familiar burden in ninny n homo, Th burden nf a "had back." A lame, a weak or an aching back Often tells you of kidney ills. Dnan's Kidney Pills arc for weal; kidneys. Ask your nciphhor. Here is pool testimony to prove it. J. P. Voylc.s, farmer, l'oi-.:h s, . Mix., says: "I know Imati's Kidney Pills are n pood kidney medicine mnl urn (Tl.id lo rccrnimciid them. About ten years mro my kidneys were out of ordi r. Th.'i-p was n heavy, dull, benr-inir-down pain that never seemed to wise up, rijrlit across the small of my back. I sure felt nil out of order when I biK.in iisinj; Doitn'g Kidney Pills. I took this medicine off and on for some time and it strengthened mo up." Me, at all dealers. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. 7 A mairaziiie writer says very few poets are blonds. This ia probably due to the fact that poets are born, ainl not made. Indians conferred upon Miuidial Koeii the name, "Chiiiyo Like Thun der." We didn't know the marshal was a hotel keeper. Kort Worth Star 'I ' ll wain. V't: I'armer, if you are croing to lmv" " public sale, advertise it In the New:, Proper advert isinj; IhroiiRh the columns of u,i:( paptr will bring y u a crowd. tf ft i v J Holiday Rates Holiday Rates Low Round Trip Excursion Fares From all points in Texas and New Mexico to vari ous destinations in ARKANSAS, COLORADO, KANSAS, LOUISI ANA, MISSOURI, OKLAHOMA, NEW MEXICO and TEXAS. DATES OF SALE Dec. 22, 23 and 24, 1921 Final Return Limit, January 4, 1922. For Particulars see any "Santa Fe" Agent.