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THE CLOVIS NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1920.
BOTH. SLIGHTLY IN. ERROR wmmtf utttn Phyalclan and, Lovaalck Youth War Alike Too Quick to Jump to Conclusion. Our&lvervav srrzo? appropriate or hat- There's a certain physician In Loi Angeles who admits the Joke's on him. Incidentally, he will shortly sa his daughter. He tells It this wav: "I was In ray study when the door was flung open and In came JneU. I know him well, and Just a glance told me that he was far from being bis usual self. Indeed, he looked positive i . - . - :iv, Sa1 1 Hi k i i ii m. i" tr aw ly ill. :2 -&n:Al ' fo-'' If your eyesight is dim. our eyeglasses suirt spec tacles will restore it. f you have glasses that need iittontioii, we can repair thorn for you. If you are tired of your nose glasses, we can put bows on them or vice versa. If you want something high grade and aristo cratic, we can supply you. If you want something good, but modest in price, we have it, too. AVc can furnish anything and do everything if it is in the optical line. Eyes tested "while you wait." Our WORD is our BOND Denhof Jewelry Co. JEWELERS AND OPTOMETERISTS A. T. & S. F. WATCH INSPECTORS "Without waiting for him to speak I commenced ao examination. Ills , noun was fluttering, his brow was fever heat, his pulse was racing. "I sprang toward the phone, crying ; over my shoulder, 'You're cane for the hospital, young uian.' "'&ure, he admitted; liut you might have let me ask you first!' " 'Ask me whutJ' I demanded In astonishment " 'I want to marry your daughter,' be said, and then I realized that I had made the wrong dlagbosls and thut he had misconstrued my refer ence to the hospital "-Los Angeles I Times. HISTORIANS HAVE NOT SAID NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Notice is hereby Riven that Wil liam L. Glen, of St. Vrain, N. M., who, on May 20, 1917, made Addi tional Homestead entry No. 01G7G2, for SW'i, Section 31, Township 3 N., Range 33 E.,N.M.P.MerHian hao filed notire of intention to make Finul 3 year proof to establish claim to the land ubove described, before R. D. Elder, U. S. Commissioner, in his office at St. Vrain, N. M., on the 26th day of June, 1920. Claimant names as witnesses: James B. Roy, Frank 3. Dent, Edwin F. Booktcr, Joe Randolph, all of St. Vrain, N. M. W. R. McGILL, 5-20-Eti Register ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE All persons are notified that the undersigned was appointed the ad ministratrix of the estate of J. L. Downing, deceased, by tho l'robnte Court of Curry County, New Mexico, on the 18th day of May, 1920, and all claims must be legally presented for payment within one year from this 1st day of June, 1920, or same will be forever barred. G-P.-ltc ELIZA DOWNING, Administratrix. Of Course Thtre Is Just a Possibility Thai Mrs. Patrick Henry Was Unsympathetic. They were having one of the usual family quarrels over his hnvlng been at a meeting at the Commercial club while she was "at home all alone and so lonesome." "You don't wish me to hnTe any city or country spirit, either," he Anally told her hotly. "I wonder where our country would be today If all the men who have lived In It had stayed at home and petted their wives all their off hours ns you are wanting me to do for you?" "Well, th women always suffer," she retorted. "Public men never have time to appreciate their wives and sympathize with " Then he Interrupted her. "Oh. that pry for rympathy" (he was angry now). "I suppose that It's a nation ili cry. I Imagine that while Patrick Ucnry was at tho Virginia legislature making his famed speech, 'Olve me liberty or give me death, that Mrs. Patrick H. was at home walling. '(Jive me sympathy or give tue death.'" Indlunnpolls News. X 1 Poor fence nosts an T THE MARK OS QUALITY LUMBER ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE All persons are notified that the undersigned was appointed adminis trator of the estate of Mary A. Mc CaKhren, deceased, by the Probate Court of Curry County, New Mexico, on the 1st day of June, 1920, and all claims must be legally presented within one year from said date or same will be forever barred. J. W. WILKINSON, 6-3-4tc Administrator. t ramc I racks NssssssaktsskSstfsksssi''sktSs T iiiaksskisskkk''PPMrVV Two Ton Capacity $1630 in Ciovis. To save time is to make money owners of Traffic Trucks do both. The Traffic saves hundreds of dol lars in first cost, hundreds of dollars in maintenance, cost and cuts in half the cost of hauling. Do your hauling with a Traffic. "Standardized and Standard sized." Let us show them to you. Shakespeare Down to Date. Justice Wayne, dramatic actress, Ilnds an explanation of the question as to why Shakespearian plays seldom win flnnnclul reward In what she terms Shakespeare's Inability to give Ills productions catchy titles. She sug gests, a repertoire of the bard's plays rct-hrlstenod to meet popular demands for stimulating titles. Site suggests "Uow Could You, Juliet?" as more ap propriate than plain "Romeo and Jnllot." Site also woiitd substitute (.'all of the Flesh" for "The Merchant of Venice;" "Strangled In Bed" for "Othello; "The Nutty Princess" for "Unmlet;" "Henry, Whom Do Yoq Love?" for "Henry V;" "Big Dick" for "ltichard the Third;" "The Knife" for "Julius Caesar" and "Moonlight and Honeysuckle" for "Midsummer Night's Dream." Fence For a Lifetime thieves. They steal your money and time time when vim c:m least afford 1o uive it. It costs the American fanner one hundred million dollars every year to re place decayed and broken fence posts. Must of this is needless waste. Long liell crcosoted posts last a life time. You can be sure of satisfactory service with the minimum of upkeep. Their first, cost-is practically the only cost. The Long Bell rn-thod of creo soting should not be confused or compared with the open tank dipping or brush treatments, for these are only temporary forms of wood preservation. Hy the Long Hell hydraulic-pressure-vacuum process the entire sapwood is impregnated with creosote and the result is "The Post Kverlasting." We would like to show you these posts and other fencing material we have in stock. THE j QNG-pi LUMBER Q0. I "It Costs No More To Built It Right." Telephone No. 15 W. B. CRAMER, Mgr. Ths Cheerful Exterminator. On moving Into our honeymoon apartment we discovered that It was sadly In need of the services of an ex terminator. With a bride's Ignorance of apartment house life and the club by ways of the cockroach, I regarded this as a personal disgrace, and took great care to keep It a profound se cret from our friends. One day, while exhibiting my shiny new kitchen equipment to a girl friend, I answered the hack door bus ier, and there was the exterminator, Inquiring In a loud, cheerful tone, "Well, how are the cockroaches" The situation reduced my mind to such a pulp that I babbled, "They're well, thank you !" Kxchange. The B;to That Failed. As a rule the relations between Russians and Japanese soldiers In Si beria have been friendly enough. But at a town on the Tnuisllieriim railway, which had Just been freed from the foul tyranny of bolshevlst rule, a Jap anese soldier haled a lig, staring niotijlk Into the prewnco of his coin' mamllng olllcer. "What has ho been doing?" asked the colonel. "I guve hlin a cigarette," said the soldier, "and then he trlid to bite mel" Kiss ing, even between members of the op posite sexes, la uot a Japanese cus tom. ii Skarda Auto Truck and Tractor Co. Enormous Demand for Furs. Siberian furs are almost entirely shipped In the raw state. Very few furs are sent abroad, the exceptions being Tibetan lamb, mufllln (plucked gout skin), and a- few other varieties. The great demand for furs In all coun tries and the keen competition In the trade has sent up the prices of raw furs to figures unheard of a few years ago. gables have enormously Increased In value, due to the short supply and he closure of the Russian sable mar kets. Port of Shanghsl. The port of Shanghai does perhaps 40 per cent of the entire foreign trade of China, and of tho total Imports of Shanghai for the year 1018, the United States furnished about 10 per cent. Chlnpse Industries which are prosper ous ore cotton spinning, shipbuilding and flour milling. Railway project! p KITCHEN I&y CABINET I know not why, but I am sure That tint and pltca In bum treat fabric to andura Fast time and race My threads will havt. Helen Hunt Jackson. MORE GOOD THINGS. The following Is a good way to use stale bread, and uot at all common : Toatt Pudding. Take five or six slices of bread, cut half an Inch thick. Mix one 'PtiMi egg with one cupful of milk; add one quarter teaspoon- fill of Halt and sonk the bread In this for 13 minutes. Brown In hot butter on a griddle and serve with Raisin $auce. Boll ono-lhlrd of a cupful of raisins In one and one-half eupl'tils of water for 15 minutes; add onc-(iiarter of a cupful of brown sugar and boll for 13 minutes longer. Thick en with one teuspoonfuK of flour, niKed with one tenspoonful of butter; add salt end nutmeg to taste. Stir well and serve. Cream Puffa-Popovers Take any popovcrt) left from breakfast and make an opening In the xlde large enough to neatly fill the center. For six pop overs take half a cupful of wain, sweetened with two tnhlcspnonfula of siiL'iir and flnvoreiT with vanilla and lemon Juice. Add a litllo nalt and whip the cream. Stir In one table spoonful n& softened gelatine and act on Ice to chill. When ready to serve, stir In half a cupful of any kind of fruit that has been well Btigarcd and drained. Fill tho popovors and serve at once. Warmed. Over Beana. Put Into a hot frying pan some of tho pork cooked with the beans. When the fnt Ii melt ed and hot pour In the beans; add a little hot water and set back where the beans will heat slowly. Fold over like an omelet and serve with savory tomato Houce or tomato catsup. Gar nish with parsley. Graham Cracker 8andwlche. Mix together chopped nuts, raisins and lemon Juice; heat through, col and spread on graham crackers. Press lightly together and crisp In a moder ate oven. Egg Sauce Cook two eggs until hard In the shell Shell and chop and add to the above white sauce, using one tnufbspoonfiil each of flour and butter. Add a bit of onion Julca and chopped parsley. Valuable Paratltio Fly. A recent agricultural department bulletin stutca that a parasitic fly. compsllura clvlnnata, has been used with great success to destroy gypsy moth and brown-tall moth In New Kng land. It will also aid In the control of other Insect pests. A few years ago the white-marked tussock moth was a serious pest In New England, but has practically disappeared since compsl lura became establlsned. The rabbaga worm, the celery worm and tho fall wehwomt have all been reduced by th,o activities of tho new parasite. Quick Action, '"('he war mailt! exceptional oppor tunities." "Yes; a fellow could begin at the oottoin and at the same time go ovat tto tp." After you eat always take ATOMIC CTORTOtiR AC& BfoMArifl Instantly relieves Heartburn, Bloat ad Cany Foaling. Stopo food souring, repenting, and all stomach miseries. Aid. diiuina utl (pavtlta. Karpt ttomach svianaut Hmu. IneraaMe Vitality and ftp. EATdNirintbehant mnttdr. Tea of thoo omit wnndarfuilr lynlltl. OnlyeoaU. cml wtwm 4av tu umilt. I'q.ltll auaraatf4 lopi.ns or wi, w.il refund money, (ielabax InaUxlajr, YouwUImm, SOUTHWESTERN DRUG CO., ClovU, N. M. J W v ) WHAT wE SAY ABOUT IEfc ' I 1 " H NELLYS IS NOT SO IM?OR. i Bf I u Jk, s) TANT AS WHAT KELLY ( Hi'j' l! C " ' , USERS SAY. I hiU Zi )i A M1LLIN DOLLARS A I I if i '-"') YEAR SPENT IN ADVERTIS. I 11 tl -.V.'V; INC WOULD NOT BRING US I 111! s V'v ' V V HALF THE GOOD WILL E I S ; THAT THE PERFORMANCE I 4 .''' OF THE T,RES THEM. 1 vvO1 SELVES DOES' I NEW STATE AUTO CO. Real Auto Service T. L. HELM, Mgr. North Main St. command attention.