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THE CLOVIS NEWS, THURSDAY. MARCH 25, 1920.
!f .to (O) 0 1 1 mmm acAL AUTO MD MISTRIAL SHOW UNDER AUSPICES CLOVIS AUTO DEALERS ELKS AUDITORIUM CLOVIS, -MEW MEXICO THURSDAY - - FRIDAY - - SATURDAY APRIL, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 1920 i m m m THREE BIG DAYS - - . THREE BIG NIGHTS Educational, Entertaining and Industrial REAL TREAT TO NEW MEXICO MOTORISTS Exhibit of World's Greatest Motor Cars, Trucks and Tractors. Select Your 1920 Car, Truck or Tractor Here Two Mammoth Army Airplanes Give Exhibitions Each Day SPECIAL TilUSIC AND DANCING EACH NIGHT U. S. Army Quartette Each Night Chaplain Zimerman Saturday Night Mr. George P. Geake, Celebrated Metropolitan Tenor Soloist Will sing Also Quartette and Lady Soloists. Dancing each night 10 to 1 1. Ben Scovell, Shakesperian ActorFour Years in Trenches Friday Night AUDITORIUM WILL BE BRILLIANTLY DECORATED ADMISSION EACH DAY FREE. NIGHTS, 50 CENTS AND WAR TAX . Make your arrangements now to ttend the Clovis Auto Show which will be held on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd of April. One of the best grades of Italian cheese iB sold only after it hag sea soned for at least four years. r si Man. l)t W "natnmpr, w t P0V "Ut tW JC HHK1 Kt lO. KllMi-ciorv aud tM u ticti ttccmmani' l oin Ir'fJKw t;kin( Hwtr.ntl . tite sin tnt rlimatl.)i! i llM'U'k mutt r iuu'ot av u.keroe.u Vu mr f'on-.c 1ionvlw on We ,uni!iiit you jtmo,.; lat'afwdnn -A al '.uj iuau back" "' " hx"1 Southwestern Drug Co. Clovis, N. M. BURK-EASTLAND OIL COMPANY Wichita Fulls, Texas, Mar.1T, 1920. To all Stockholders: Wo wrote you last fall asking that you not give away your stock, asi we fc!'. it wus possible that the 35 acre lease down in Eastland Coin'.,' would be proven up and brim; us out on our investment yet. Now, since we wrote that letter, a good well has come in that part of the county. Leases are increasing rapidly in value and many new loca tions have been made for wells in that vicinity. And we now write all stockholders again so they may have at hand this information should some one approach them to buy their stock. Those who have been reading the oil papers and reports of development in Texas doubtless already know about tho new well down in Southern Eastland county. It is tho "Hilburn" well and it came In a short while ago and is estimated to be good for at least 1000 barrels per day. This well is located about seven mile north west from Rising Star, in Eastland county. It created quite a bit of ex citement and has caused leases to in-1 DEALERS DECLARE MORE change the brand of cignrets they use. crease rapidly. There is much drill-' . WOMEN SMOKING TOBACCO Thev trv a m-w .m.l n...in..niiv. LIVESl DIDN'T ACT DIGESTION WAS BAD Sayi 65 year Old Kentucky Lady, Who Tells How SLe Wat Relieved Alter a Few Doses cf Clack-Draught. Meadorsvllle, Ky. Mrs. Cyuthla Hlgginbotham, of this town, says: "At toy age, which Is 65, the liver does tot act so well as when young. A few Tears ago, my stomach was all out of fix. I was constipated, my liver tUdnt act My digestion was bad, and It took so little (o upset me. My ap ystlte was gone. I was very weak... I decided I would give Black Draught a thorough trial as I knew It nraa highly recommended for this trouble. I began taking It I felt tetter after a few doses. My appetite Improved aad I became stronger. M twets acted naturally and the least fresh! was sooa righted with a few doses of Black-Draught" Seventy years of successful use has made Thedford's Black-Draught a standard, household remedy. Every member, of every family, at times, need the help that Black-Draught can give In cleansing the system and re llevlng the troubles that come from constipation, Indigestion, lazy liver, etc. Ton cannot keep well unless your stomach, liver and bowels are In good working order. Keep them that way. Try Black-Draught- It acts promptly, gently and In a natural way. If you feel sluggish, take a dote tonight Ton will feel fresh tomorrow. Price 25c a package One cent dose All druggists. J. CI ing and nmny new localities all about this "Hilburn" well. Our thirty-five acre leusc is located ubout five or six mile3 northwest of Rising Star. It is in whut is known us the "Hood County school land" tract and lies about two or two and a half milts from this new Hilburn well. A well that close with others drilling, makes our lease quite valuable. We have alrt'udy been offered $500.00 an acre for this $35 acres. Should we sell at that price it would give us $17,500.00 for the tract which would be a little better than a 20 per cent dividend should it all be paid out in dividends and the company liquidated or discontinued. But we think by holding awhile we will be able to realize much more out of it. As other wells go down we hope to be able to get a well drilled on part of it on a fifty-fifty basis. This would give the company a half interest in tho well besides the pro ceeds of tho sale of the remaining acreage. This is our plan and if things work ut like they look now, it is quito probable stockholders will get even more than their money back. I If it develops into a big field we should make nice profits on our in vestment. We urge that you hold your stock. Do not give it awuy or let Bomo one talk you into selling it for a little something or nothing. It looks like it is going to be valuable and we are anxious that the old stockholders get the benefit of whutever there is to be made out of it. We would much rather make money for tho original stockholders those who came in with us at first than for any person who migh'. get out and buy up this stock below what it is worth. As explained in our former letter our company docs not owe a cent to anyone. All leases are paid for. The rental on this 35 acres was paid again in January. Wo are looking out for the interest of the company and will keep all stockholders ad vised of developments when there is anything new to report. Very truly yours, Board of Trustees. By C. C. Baker, Secretary. ' The women never. They stick to one New York, Murch 20 "How many kind right through. If you happen women customers do you have in a to be out of Mock, they'll leave the day?" The question was put to a store witl.jut ouying anything. cigaret store clerk. . "You see, they're still a bit lenry He did not ar.swer,.so the reporter about whut'e what, so they hold on continued: "Twelve or twenty?" hard to the smoke thnt their men "Twelve or twenty " tho clerk 'oiks started them on." chortled. "Say this is a real store. Seventy-fivo or a hundred is more like it. We're right in the shopping district. See? In the morning from 9 to 12 we get one batch of them.! In the afternoon from 2 to 5 we get CATTLE AND HORSE GROWERS AT ROSWELL day aside from the convention. Rooming headquarters will be estab lished during the convention at the Chamber of Commerce and those who arc not provided for at regular room ing houses and hotels will be taken care of in privato homes. Tho program has been completed and is tho best the association has ever presented. Rosw.ll, N. M., Mnrch 24 Re ports from over New Mexico and west another. And in the evening we get a Texas indicate a largo attendance at third. They come in just the way the l,o annuul convention of the New men do. And they bu the same kind Mexico Cattle and Horse Growers' of clgarots the men ,do. ! Association which begins here next "There's one thing funny about Monday. It is expected that the at them. You get to know the people tendance from eastern New Mexico that come In and buy stuff. Tho men will bo especially largo. I Everything is set In Roswell for the I opening of the convention. New fea- "Gee-Vfluz! How.tHartv- turcs hBVe Wn hdAQA t0 tho ontcr- .,,., . tainment program and not only will "The P&in 111 My Foot I , ,ho visitors have a profitable session i of the association to enjoy but there win do somcming oi interest every Brazil, which up to 1913 was not regarded as a maize growing coun try, Is now said to be next to the United States, the largest producer of 1 for It or send Dr. i'ierco ton cciiU maize. y-mj package. "Sometimes It Is in my arm. Merciful Jlcaven, how my back hurts in the morn. ing!" It's all due to an over abundance of that poison callod urio acid. Tho kid neys aro not able to g"t rid of it. Such conditions you can readily overcome, an ! prolong life Vy taking tho ad vice of Dr. Tierce, wlii'i I "keep tho kidneys In good order." "Avoid too much mou, alcohol or ti :. Drink plenty of pure water, preferably hot water, before mcali, and drivo tho urio acid out of tho system by taking. Anurlo." Thu can .bo obtuincd at almost any drug store. Send a bottlo of water to tho chemist at Dr. Tierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffulo, N. Y., and you will receive frco medical advice as to whether tho kidneys am affected. When your kidneys get slug gish and clog, you suffer from backache, iick-hcidoche, diiry spells, or twinges and pplna of lumbago, rlieumat'um or gout; or sloop is disturbed two or throe times a night, take beed, before too late. Get Anuria (antl-urio-acid), for it will put new life Into your kidneys and your entire system. Ask your nearest dm? After you cat-always take ATOMIC Instantly rclluves Heartburn, Bloat edCy Feeling. Stops food enuring, repeating, and all stomach, miseries. Aid difOion and apiMtit, Kp atr nub iwt li and .1 ronf . ln:raat VlUII u and t'att. 'MTONir la thahmt rnrnodr. Tana of than. Cinda onilrfulty banefit .1, uitly ooataa crnt briwnit day to uaolt. FHl(lvoly guarantaj topttwor wawill rofuud iiioiMiy. (aatatng box bxlar. XuiiwIlliuM. SOUTHWESTERN DRUG CO., Clovis, N. M. . .... .fF i mi a. ing Gono Wrong Next time some thing goes wrong with your Auto- Tractor Truck Stationary Engine or Mnrnrrvrl don't fume nnd fuss around changing this thing and that blammg everyone from the.manuructurcr to the garage man. BRING YOUR TROUBLE TO US Probably It Is Inilde where you can't see It-when you stand still VOtt can't hear It- but the minute you start you can feel it, Perhaps Your Compression Is Dad jPooreomprestlon in an engine Is caused by scored or worn cylinders. It causes more .trouble -more annoyance -more profanity and greater low or tune-gasoline-oU and money than any other one thing. W Hav Equipped Oui-mItm to Rtmdar 3rric ?UfJ,r?1 ,inde' Xt-"?" Machine No. 5, Is the latest Improvement for scient.ficaUytisfctorily .and economically re-boring engtaSJS, and when we fit them with Marco OvcnUe Pistons it mates yoJirkXe (ooo m new wStorM"Mttatntk Kentucky Iron Works Burton & Doydstus, ?roj. ' Clovis, N. II