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THE CLOVIS NEWS, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1920.
Headlights in the Lives Harding and Coolidge Warren 0. Harding was born on 'Vermont, where he worked m a boy, farm near Blooming Grove, Ohto, ; knowing few luxuries. Hi hobbies on November 2, 18G5. He was the oldest of eight children. He came from a sturdy line of ancestors. His father was a country doctor, whose 1 i i . j.. arc name ana siuiiy. Coolidge was born on Independ ence Day, 1872, at Plymouth, Vt. He is u decendent of John and Mary ancestors came to this country from Coolidge, who settled in what is now Scotland. These anorstoiti settled. Watertown, Mass., about 1C30., in Ppniisvlvaiiiu wherp thrv took nart He was graduated from Amherst in Indian warfare andalso fought ' College in 1895. in the revolutionary war. In his youth Warren Harding liv ed the life of a farmer boy, attending the village school until 14 years of i age, when he entered Ohia Central ;wi" commence College from which he graduated REVIVAL AT HAVENER W. R. .As editor of the college paper he first diBplayed a talent for journal ism. He was obliged to stop school now and then and earned the money with which to pursue his college courBe. At 17 he taught a district ch:ol and played a horn in the vil lage brass br.nd. At odd times he worked in the village printing office, in time be coming an expert typesetter and later a linotype operator. He is a practical pressman and a job print er, i:nd as a "make-up man" is said to have few equals. Dr. Harding moved his family to JIarien in 1 88-1. A short time nf terward he bought for his son, TWarren Harding, The Star, then a :pmall paper. Senator Harding is closely identi fied with many other large business enterprises In Maricn and othci parts of the state. He is a trustee of the Trinity Baptist church. He married Miu Tlorcnce Kling in 1891. Mr. Harding has twine represented the 13th Senatorial district of Ohio in the state legislature and served one term as lieutenant governor. At the 1914 election Harding wa3 elect ed United States Senator by a major Sty of more than 100,000, running 73,000 ahead of the next highest on the ticket. The Nomine For Vice President Calvin Coolidge came into promi nence as a figure of national im portance during the Boston police strike, when the manner in which he conducted this affair brought forth applause from all over the country. The Governor took command of the situation after a night of rioting, ordered out the slate guard, recruited -a new police force and refused to leal with the "strike" element. He then faced the Massachusetts electorate on the isue of "law and order" and was re-elected by a plu rality of 125,000. This signal vic tory placed him in conspicuous light before the nation and won the per sonal Icongratulations of Prfcsidjent Wilson. Governor Coolidge is not an ora tor. He speaks but seldom, but "what he says is always clear and f "the point. His manner is reserved and almost cold, and he inherits the tra ditional New England aloofness. He is a typical Yankee in many respects, having been -born on a furm up in Smith of Wheeler, Texas a revival meeting at Havener next Sunday. It will con tinue about ten days. Would like to trade first class income prpoporty in Needles, Cali fornia, for business or residence property in Clovis. Address Box 484, Needles, Calif. 6-17-4tp. M THE flKITCMEN IkSCABINTT HI Awake to effort wlillo Hie day li eliln In. The time to luhor will not always 1am; And no regret, repentance nor repining Can bring to us attain tne burled past -Surah Bolton. DISHES FROM LEFTOVER FISH. m 444 4 Regular Meeting 4 ClOVIS COMMANDER Y Will be held at Masonic Hall Second and Fourth Friday nights -of each month. ' at 6:00 O'clock. All Sir Knights residing in 4 " this jurisdiction are invited. R. J. Neal, Recorder. 444 I.Ike tender meat, the fiber of fish Is hardened by continuous high litat; therefore In reheating It cure xbould he taken. Spiced Fish With Whits Sauce, Season highly any leftover fish with any one of a combi nation of tomato catsup, anchovy, Worcestershire and paprika. To enough white sauce to cov: the fish, ndd two well-beaten eggs to each cupful of sauce. Flake the fish, pour over the sauce and heat In the oven. Fish Cocktail. Take a small piece of cold boiled linllhtit, remove the skin nnrt bones and flake It. Season with milt and pepper. For the sauce, take one teaspoonful of tarragon vinegar, one teiispontifiil of catsup, one tea spoonful of lemon Juiee, one-half tea- spoonful of horseradish nnd a drop of tiilmsen sauce. I'm a tnhlespoonful of dsn In encli glass, pour over the sauce find serve. Mock Lobster In Chafing Dish. Take one and one-luilf ctipfulsof boiled fish (.silmon Is preferred), one cupful of stewed tmnntnes well seasoned, two tnlilesnoonfuls of criirker crumbs, one Inlilcupoonfiil of butter, salt, paprika and a little Worcestershire sauce. Melt the butter, add the tomatoes, fish and seasonings, then the crumbs; heat all together. Fish Loaf. Fluke the rcmnnnts of any baked fish. There should be two cupfuls; If nm, add raw oysters to make up the amount. Add n cupful of stuffing left from the fish, one cupful of course bread crumbs moistened with melted butter and one beaten egg. Season well with salt, popper and one tpiisiiocinfiil of minced nlcklo. Place in a small bread pan or a ipinrt mold cover with buttered paper and cook In a moderate oven for half nn hour, tn- mold on a hot platter and serve with white sauce. Creamed Fish In Potato Cups. Dis card nil bones nnd skin from any cooked fish. Season well with salt, pepper and a Utile lemon Juice. Make n white sauce, allowing half as much sauce us fish. Add a slight grating of nutmeg. Put the mixture In potato cups and brown lightly In the oven. 4 CLAUD ITEMS 4 444444t Miss Berta Bennett was a Sunday guest of Mrs. Emma Wcstfall. During the rainy weather the crowd at the Outlook Club's pie sup per was a neighborhood affair. Eigh teen pics and one cake netted $37.30, which will be given to Rev. W. A. Uelchcr, the Claud minister, as a gift of appreciation. The cake brot $3.00 and the pies from $1.00 to $2.50 each. The music of tho evening was fur nished by Mrs. Walter Smith, a musician of merit. A song was ren dered by Miss Lola Krictsbcrg and the Misses Westfall. - The Outlook club met at the home of Mrs. John Westfall on Wednesday, June 16th, at 2:00 p. m. Little Miss Loreine Wcstfall has been on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Westfall will entertain at a party Friday night. They are living on the former Hnynes place. Little Gcraldino Westfall h::s been the sick list. The Fager family are entertaining e Measles. Mr. E. E. Hull, publisher of the lovis Journal, kindly presented the When a woman is well and healthy there's a sparkle in her eyes, a rose tint in her checks, and she has rich red blood. There's elasticity in even' move ment and a spring in her step. Love comes to every woman who hits bounding health but when she is pallid, dull eyed, languid, she has no magnetism nor does she appo.il to any man. Such a change in feelings and ooks! After suffering pain, fooling ner vous, clizzv, weak ana araggoa down by weaknesses of her sex with eves sunken, black circles and palo cheeks such a woman h quickly restored to health by the 1'avonto Prescription o( Dr. J icrrc. Changed, too, in looks, for after taking Dr. Tierce's Favorite Pre scription the skin becomes clear, tho eyes brighter, tho cheeks plump. It is purely vegetable, contains no alcohol. Druggists sell it in tablets or liquid. Bend Dr. Pierce, Buffalo, IN. Y.i 10c for trial package. NATURE'S MIRROR 4-4444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444 I Just the Thing for Your Ford 1 t - t t HILLARD ANTI SHOCK SPRINGS Aid the original FOR J) spring lo withstand the road strain, cither up or down. WE ALSO CARRY GENERAL AND MILLER TIRES AND A FULL LINE OF ACCESSORIES Gasoline and Motor Oils Give us a trial and we feel sure you will come back. C. H. Scott & Son, Props. CORNER GRAND AND PILE Outlook Club with a cheek for f 3.00 for the library fund. The ladies of the club are grateful for the same. The Claud people were very sorry to hear of tho death of Mrs. Belcher, the wife of their minister. Messrs. John, Willis and Walter Westfall went to Amarlllo Tuesday. CHURCH OF CHRIST We are expecting Bro. Carl A. Gardner, of Bardwell, Texas, ta be with us next Lord's Day. Brother Gardner is an able man atfd is coming to da much work in New Mexico. Let us give him a good hearing. Ev erybody, is cordially invited to en- - . . -r joy with us the good things of the day. Bible classes begin promptly at 10. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. For Sale A pair of Belgian hares. 512 North Connelly Street. Phone 136. tf If Its news The News wants it. We Are k Our j Mew Location We have just moved into our new home in the new Barry Building, and we are now ready to help the housewives of Clovis continue their fight against the high cost of living. Groceries We carry the most complete line of groceries, and offer a wide range for selection of needs for your table. Let us help you make the selections which will add to the joy of eating home cooked meals. Fresh Meats We buy only the best meats on the market, and when you buy mca" from us you get the benefit of the choicest selections we can possibly make. It is a pleasure to assist you in securing the verv best. ' Whether it is a picnic lunch or a dainty Sunday dinner that you're planning, our complete line of fresh canned goods, groceries and fresh fruits and our line of meats will be sure to please you. WE'RE HERE TO SERVE YOU VISIT OUR NEW HOME 4444 3ta O lines urocerv Company New Barry Building Phones 224and 25 W. O. Stallings, Pres. Ned Houk, V. Pres. 1. C NOW GOING ON reaies HAVE YOU BEEN YET? G t Shoe Sale SUOuT 11 O J m mm On all shoes in the house. Never before have such val ues been offered in fine shoes. You'll find real bargains; come today. A. Wiedman's Shoe Store The Place Where You Buy Your Shoes Middle Block South Main Street , SHOE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY ' : " . - ...a !44444444444444444444444444444444444444