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THE CLOVIS NEWS, THURSDAY, MARCH 2S, 1920.
County Commissioner G. W. Ryle of District No. 2 was in Clovii last Saturday. AEEOMimcemeinii!:! For loans on farms, see First Mort gage Loan Co., at First National Bank. Louns closed promptly. 3-18-tf MTLEEI .Q r . . . 1 .Ymoduct Clarence Crook is improving from the serious attack of appendicitis he has just pone through. " We will have the sale of Chalmers - and Maxwell Automobiles in Curry and Roosevelt Counties and now have demonstration cars to show you. We have a display at the Automobiles Show in Ciovis next week. Don't fail to con sider the Maxwell or Chalmers before you buy your new car. We will open a sales-room at the new build ing now being erected at the corner of Grand Avenue and Pile Street. Ciovis Motor Sales Co. Chalmers and Maxwell Cars Ciovis, N. M. Mrs. J. J. Hilvers returned last week from Rochester, Minn., where she has been to take special medical treatment. Tinware, Graniteware, and Alum inum ware. W. E. Graham, editor of the Mel rose Messenger and Dr. J. W. Lynch of Melrose wore Ciovis visitors last Saturday. Western Electric Washers sold on trial. ' J. E. Lindlcy and S. A. Jones have been spending, several days in the Texas oil field looking after inter ests there. Let us show you the New Round Oak Range. Saves you money, tem per and good nature. BARRY HARDWARE CO. Mrs. Jeff Roberts and daughter, Edith, left last week for Bakersficld, Calif., to attend the bedside of Mrs. Roberts' mother. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Davenport left last week for a visit at Havana, Cuba, and other points. They will be gone for several weeks. Remember the closing out sale on groceries at the Central Meat Market. ! Everything greatly reduced in price. 1 This is a grent opportunity to save on your grocery purchases. 3-18-tfc; ( Mrs. Roniic Carter and Mrs. E. B. ' Carter of Chnnninfr, Texas, nre here attending the bedside of Mrs. F. X. Tucker, who is quite sick. I PERSONAL MENTION R. H. Crook was on the sick list for several day this week. The MiBses Kendall have recently purchased a new Buick-Six automobile. A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Tharp of Havener Monday. Carl A. Hatch, collector of internal revenue, of Albuquerque is a Ciovis visitor thii week. Maurice O'Neal will leave this week for California where he expects to spend soma time. Want to buy from owner good 0 or 6 room house, well located. Ad dress W. M., care this office. Man and wife without children want comfortable room in good neigh borhood. Call at this office. 160 acres improved farm 14 miles of Portales to trade for home in Cio vis. Jump & Edgell. Save money on your building by letting A. Romero build of adobe, for inforn.ation see A. Romero. 3-254tp Mr.' and Mrs. Cecil Honea and Miss ,HeIen Lyons were visitors to Amarillo Saturday and Sunday. ' . LISTEN You men who have to air your shoes from Saturday night till Monday morning to get the odor out One box of Baker's Foot Ease will stop all that trodble. For sale at Shoe Shop. 3-4-tfc, Make your arrangements now to attend the Ciovis Auto Show which will be held on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd of April. Found Ladies' Wutch. Owner can have sumo by culling at this office, describing it and paying for this ad vertisement, ltc Violins, Mandolins, Guitars, Ukeu-: lnles, Mayer Rolls, Records, Music Satchels, Sheet Music, etc. i 2-2G-tf CROFT MUSIC CO. Miss Marie McGowan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McGowan, who live on Rcnchcr Street, has returned from a visit at Newton, Kansas. ' JC. Tremblay has sold his tailor ing business to Roy Snelling and has moved to Trinidad, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Tremblay formerly lived there. 640 acres, fine improvements, level tight land, forced sale, requires quick action. Six miles to good town. Worth $25 per acre. Priced today for $16. Only $6,000 cash required. Jump & Edgell. ltc Miss Helen Baird left Sunday for Fort Worth, Texas, where she will attend the Brantley-Draughon Busi ness College. Save money on your building by letting A. Romero build of adobe, for information see A. Romero. 3-254tp He escaped and clanged his rhoes by the River bank. Can you solve thp baffling "Mystery of the Yellow Room" TRY! See it at the , cx SATURDAY NIGHT MARCH 27th. TRY TO GET IN Miss Ethel Smock of Denver, Colo., is here to take charge of the Home Sorvice Department of the Red Cross. She will have her office at the rooms of the Chambpr of Commerce and will spend several Weeks here in the inter est of the work. The horso and jack men of the county had an exhibition of their an nuls in Ciovis last Saturday and some good stock was shown. They organized the Curry County Horse and Jack Men's Association with E. E. Hickman as president and V. Tate as secretary. Joe England of f assville, Mo., was in Ciovis last week. He has been spending several days in this section looking after the oil prospects. S. W. Lane of Melrose was in Cio vis for two or three days the latter part of last week with his son who was brought here for an operation for appendicitis. Remember the closing out sale on groceries at 'he Central Meat Market. Everything greatly reduced in price. This is a great opportunity to save on your grocery purchases. 3-18-tfc Just unloading car Weber Wagons and Truck. x George R. Ray and wife of Ros well were registered at the Antlers was here looking after business for the Praetorian lodge. V. Tate brought 3 shouts to town the first of the week which sold for $177.50. These were just grade hogs and Mr. Tate says he expects to make a real showing on hogs this fell with the pigs from some fine registered sows he recently purchased at a hog sale at Hcdley, Teras. Don't forget' to attend the big cro ccry sale at Centrn Meat Market. Everything going at groutly reduced prices on account of quitting busi ness. 3-18-tfc C. M. Barber of Albuquerque, who will have charge of the auto show in Ciovis on April 1, 2 and 3, was here ' last Friday and Saturday. Mr. Bar !ber says everything looks very flatter ing for the success of tho show. Collector of Internal Revenue C. A; Hatch says to take it from him that this is going to bo a Democratic year and that he Is willing to risk his reputation as political prophet on this assertion. Ho says he is confi dent that Democratic sentiment is growing stronger every day. A fire at tht farm of Sheriff S. D. Dean, south of town Mondny, destroy ed about 300 bushels of grain and a quantity of feed. There wan no in surance und Mr. -D'vin pil'matcs hit los at several hundred dolbn. The fire is supposed to have or;;in:;tid from Homeono smoklr.g a, out the place.. Harness, Wagons and Farm Trucks tt Dr. J. R. Carver, who returned last week from Washington, D. C, and other points In the east, says that the charter for tho First National Bank at -Grady has been grunted and that it will bo open for business in a few weeks. Telephone 72 your Electric Wir ing and Plumbing TROUBLES. Phone 97 for your Job Printing. M -.1 It Can't Leak, Because It's Made in One Piece EVER been scalded by a leak ing hot-water bottle? This can't happen with a Kantleek. Kantleek Hot-Water Bags ean't leak. They are "e.ie piece" water bags moulded from pure soft rubber into a tingle piece no joints or seams. Moat hot -water bottles are made in sections and cemented. Cement cracks bag lcaki' We guarantee a Kantleek for two years or a new bug free. Ak to see the Kantlcik. You may need it tonight. mm 3 .,iiv. ' A 5 J1 Columbia Grafonolas r1 Your neighbor has one Sold on easy payments Just received 935 New Records Take some home with you Eastman Kodaks 3:1 ! Willi lb ' -4 H i A f till Try our finishing department. SOUTHWESTERN DRUG GO. CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO The many friends of Rev. and Mrs. Jeremiah Moore will be sorry to learn of Mrs. Moore's death which occurred Saturday, March 20th, from heart trouble, and sincere1 sympathy wfll go out to Dr. Moore in his sad bereave ment. Her death occurred at Tuscu lum College near Greenville, Terin. Dr. Mo.ore was for several years pas tor of tho Presbyterian Church here. C. M. Compton of Portales, who is a candidate for District Attorney for this Judicial District, was in Ciovis last Saturday attending the meeting of the County Democratic Executive Committee. Mr. Compton has no opposition for the nomination. Ivan Barnctt and Mrs. C. V. Steed of Ciovis, D. I. Barnctt of Ranchvale and Art J. Barnctt of Texico left the latter pnrt of last week for Odessa, Mo., to attend the bedsido of their father. Before they reached Odessa their father paed awoy, his (lentil occurring Saturday. Tho mother of Mrs. Steed and Messrs. Burnett Is nlno seriously ill at their Missouri home and is suffering from a strode of pnralyais. FOUR YEARS OLD Tho Citizens Bnnk Pn1iik.t.j uJ v..i.icu lis fourth birthday on Weiln, ,.!., .ui. week, and elsewhere in this issue will ne round an ad which calls attention to tho grow Hi of this bank. On Wed nesday night at the close of business tho bank had $580,330.54 on deposit, a most rcnmrkahle (howinir for m, year old. The dirt being taken from ihn k.- mcnt of the Austin Building will be tnado up into adobo and used in the construction of garages arid other buildings elsewhere In town. AAnhm. makea a very substantial building when properly constructed. BAND CONCERT bn next Tuesday evening at the High School Auditorium Johnson's Flnnd will rive tho third of tho con certs to he given this season. An exceptionally good program has been prepared and it is expected that a Rood sized crowd will be out. The program will commence at 8:00 p. m. I