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TI5U&SOAY, JUNE 17, 120.
Doosn't It Appeal to You ? MRS. HOUSEWIFE: During these times f uncertain weather, un settled conditions, and high wages, we come to your rescue i and remove the most troublesome day of the week from your calendar-washday. We handle the family washing with the same care that we devote to laundrying fine silks, and you can absolutely rely on us. Now, doesn't it ap peal to you 1 Call on us. The Clovis Steam Laundry PHONE 48 Iniara your wheat today against drouth and bail.. Bast old lino com panioi. Cnrrsn Af.ocy 8-13-tfc Dr. J. B. Westerfield, while in Chicago attended the Republican Convention. He savs the coliannm wu thronged with people and the heat wu to interne that it was Im possible to be comfortable in the galleries. Dr. T. T. Presley, eye, ear, noae and throat, will be in Clovis on the 6th of each month at the office of Dr. Board. 4-8-tfc Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Boyle of Santa Anna, Texas, spent two or three days in Clovis this week visiting at the home of Mr. Boyle's father, J. W Boyle. Mr. and Mrs. Boyle were in Melrose the first of the week to attend tin funeral of Mrs. Boyle's father , J. W. Pickens, who died there the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs, Boyle formerly lived in Melrose where Mr. Boyle was editor of the newsptper published at that place, Inturo your wheat today again! drouth and hail. Bad old lino com' panic Purren Agency. S-13-tfc v-'r : Hi- ;'.V-iC.:., l--y:If Iff Here's the Secret Of that wonderful "round" tone On hearing The Brunswick for the first time every music lover exclaims at its wonderful full, round, life-like tones. Back of the grill is the secret -an oval horn built entirely of wood on the violin principle. Sound waves are am-l'.lu and sent out to the listener in correct acoustical "circles." No metal touches them. That's the secretl Mnm&iinek J n '- . u'u- 1 i nil.- ij 5 111 Come in a dem onstration will con vince you why The Brunswick is the superior phonograph. Nunn Electric Co. of Clovis CONTRACT IS LET FOR BUILDING LOGAN BRIDGE The contract for the Logan bridge, which will span the Canadian river at Logan, In Quay county, was let on June 10th to the Midland Bridge Company of Kansas City. Ths con tract price is $123,140.90, and the bridge is to be completed by June 1, 1921. The completion of this bridge will open up a route over State Highway No. 18, from Roswell, through Clovis, Tucunicari, Clayton and into Colo rado, and will shorten the route into Colorado by several hundred miles. The 'present route leads from Clovis to Amarillo, and up through Dulhart and Clayton into Colorado; or by way of Ft Sumner, Santa Rosa and on up through the Raton Pass into Colorado. Specifications for the bridge call for 723,000 pounds of structural steel at a cost of $93,990; 7,000 cubic yards of earth for approaches, and 1,225 square yards of asphalt surfacing. 1 CAMERON NEWS Rev. Worthy Cameron preached Interesting sermons to crowded houses at New Hope both Sunday morning and night. Bert Sharp has returned from a trip to Oklahoma where he took his mother, Mrs. R. A. Sharp, for medi cal treatment. Mrs. Sharp is suffer ing from a cancer on her face. Ike Hines has rented Mr. E. W. Leach's place for next year. Mrs. Hines will help Mrs. Leach cook for the harvest hands. After hurvest Mr. and Mrs. Leach intend to take a trip to Kentucky, and other points. Mrs. Ola Johnston had a severe attack of appe-dicitis last week from which she is now improving. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Cumeron, Sr., and J. D. Cameron and family and Miss Floe Cameron visited Sunday with T. M. Jonlnn and fumily. Mi's. Sallie Leach is spending a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Ruby Hendrix at Clovis. Several of the farmers ore pre paring for the wheat harvest which will bc'in early in July, by having a combined header and thresher. Some of those who have made such purch ases are. Messrs. Lee Wutkins, Mari on Meredith, Jprs Ooodson, H. L. Caughran and the Frost brothers. K. W. Leach bought a new Maxwell ear in Clovis last week. Rev. A. W. Cameron, Jr., and family of Dodge City, Kansas, ar rived last week to make their home with Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Cameron. J. T. Newton from near Spring field, III., came into this part of the country a few days ago, and is now working for J. R. Burnett. R. A. Lowe's mother from Goree, Texas, has come to spend some weeks visiting him. H. L. Caughrnn hnd the misfortune to get a dry hole in the well drilled last week by J. R. Burnett. They are now driling another. A. W. Cameron sold his tractor the last of the week to Mr. White of Grady for $1,000. The meeting at Blair, held by Rev. Garrett, closed last Thursday night. Good interest was shown and good at tendauce. A baptismal service was held at Rev. T. M. Jordan's tank Friday afternoon where six converts of the meeting were immersed., Messrs Rome and Reid Isler made a trip to Clovis the last of the week to bring out a new wind mill for Reid, as the old one he has is worn out. Several of the farmers west of Cameron suffered severe loss in their wheat by hail last week. W. B. Hutching had thirty acres that was damnged 100 per cent. It was in- cured for ten dollars an acre. This part has been blessed with plenty of rain during tho past week. A large crowd attended J. D. Cam eron's sale, and things old at a fair price. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wood made a trip to San Jon Monday to meet Mrs. Woods' son, Frank Weaver, and fam ily who are moving here. Mrs. Watkms' mother visiting her. Mr. Tillman and Mr. Miller are each having to do work on their wells this week. PERSONAL MENTION We have large steering wheels for your Ford Electric Filling Station. E. W. Reagan is up again after an illnes of several weeks. Otho Slaton returned home Mon day from Los Angelns, Calif.. We have large steering wheels for your Ford Electric Filling Station. Miis. Fuller Slaton and son, Don ald, are here visiting Mrs. Slaton's mother, Mrs. Shumate. FOR RENT Some bed rooms for men, modern. Mrs. Shumate, 420 W. Monroe, phono 225. Up LOST $20 bill on the streets of Clovis last Thursday. Finder nleaut leave at A. B. Austin & Company's store or the News Office. Mrs. J. A. Latta and sons, Robert, Gaylord and Raymond, and daughttr, Paulino, who arc enroute from Santa Anna, Calif., to Carthage, Mo., where they will make their future home are visiting friends and relatives in Clovis for a few days. FOR RFNT Sleeping rooms just across from the Lyceum Theatre, over farmers State Bank. See C E. Osborne at P. O. He Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stuart enter tained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs W, H. Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Watson, Miss Esther and Lester Wat son, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Moore, Mrs. Bessie Moore and baby. Give us a trial on Gas and Oils. Electric Filling Station. 6-17-tfc Mrs. S. B. Mersfelder returned this week from a visit at Tucumcari and Albuquerque. Slaughter Murray returned , this morning from Coleman, Texas, whore he attended the wedding of his sigter, Sarah, who was married Wednes day to Mr.. Benjamin Hardin, of Houston, Texas. J. A. Nichols left this morning for a short business trip to Wichita Falls, Texas. zners $3:500 Fsr Will trade for $2,500 house in Clovis. $4,000 Worth of Lot.. Will trade for $5,000 farm and pay the dif ference. 160 Ac rat. Near Clovis, will trade for 320 acres o! level wheat land in northern part of county. $5,000 Horn. In Clovii, will trade for $6,000 farm and pay the difcrence. SP1NGFIELD, WELLS & CO. 104 South Main WANTED Sub carrier on Route A. , Texico, for two or three months. $204 plus per month. Apply to S. B. Lovett, Texico, N. M. 2tp Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Jernigan, and Rev. R. B. Freman left Tuesday for Las Vegas, and will probably return this evening. Misses Thelma and Maurine Rea gan, daughters of E. W. Reagan of the Reagan-Doughton Laifd Company returned home Tuesday from Fort Worth, Texas, where they have been attending the Texas Christian University. Player Rolls! Player Rolls! Big Assortment Latest Hits. Croft Ifcie Co, EVERYTHING MUSICAL BAND CONCERTS. A sudden shower interrupted the band concent which -was given on Main Street last Friday evening, and caused the several hundred people who were cnjiylr.g the program to run for cover. The park where the concerts are scheduled to be played has been mud dy but is in shape now, and to night's program will be held there. The program for Thursday even ing's concert follows: March. "Embclem of Freedom" King. Overture. "Prince of India" King Euphonium Solo. "Somewhere a Voice is Calling." Tate. By Mr. Frank David, Popular Number. "Everything is Peaches Down in Georgia." Ager 4 Meyer. Intermission 10 minutes. Oriental One-step. "Dardenella". Benard & Black. Walts "Kentucky Dream."Henry Serenade. "On the River Nile." Eastin A Johnson. Ragtime Fox Trot. "A Bunch of Blues." Kelly & Weyer. March. "Dreadnaughl." Dalbey. Notice to Farmers The St. Vraia National Farm Loan Association amended Territory covers all Curry County west of Range 35. If you desire a loan, call on or write for further information. J. L. Hinei, Secretary-Treasurer 2-5-23tp Phpie 97 for your Job Printing. ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE All persons are notified that the undersigned was appointed adminis trator of the estate of Mary A. Mc Caghren, 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. I . - !() : C. A. Hatch is in Albuquerque this week looking after business in con nection with his office of collector of internal revenue. Phonograph Records! Records! Records! All tho lntest hits "Ve netian Moon," "Naughty Vinltz," ' Dardanella." Croft Music Co. EVERYTHING MUSICAL You Won't Need Any Inducement to Revisit This Dis- S play of Midsummer Modes Lovely ruffles that flutter as the breezes Mow, quaint fichus of dainty lace or self fab- rics, and many other fascinating details com- bine to" captivate the fancies of all who see these airy Frocks Tubable Frocks of Voiles, Organdies, Ginghams, etc. $8.50, $9, $10, $12.50, $13.50, $15, and $18 LACE FROCKS LIKE THOSE OF BY GONE DATS No wonder they intrigue feminine fancies for they have all the quaint charm of the modes worn by the gracious ladies of ye olden days. The Velasquez silhouette shares honors with the mode adorned with aprons, front and back, or the semi-pannier side ruffles. ; Priced $22.50, $25.00 and $30.00 Nor Have We Forgotten The Juuior Misses $ Its all nonsense about the Junior Miss beinsr hard to fit. ! We are ready to back uni this statement, with siinm'crv Frocks that prove beyond n shadow of a doubt that she can be just as attractively dud as her elders. Vi ii -1 j -I ss ii n mm 1 I m 1 1 i Tub Frocks in Rose, Blue, Flowered and White Price $8.50, $10, $12.50, $13.50, $15 and $18 Two Exceptionally Pretty Silk Dresses For the Junior Misses. Must be Seen to Be Appreciated $9.75 and $13.50 W. L. Luikart & Co.