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r THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1820.
We earry a full Una of extra Ford wheel. Electric Filling SUtion. Miss Ethel Anderson haa accepted a position with Whiting's Dry Goods Store. C. W. Cnrtan, of Denver, Colo., is here far a few days visiting at the home of Mr. and Mn. John Barry. We cary a fullllne of extra Ford wheels. Electric Filling SUtion. Be sure of a money cro this fall plant Broom Corn. Seed for sole at Gurley Warehouse. 6-20-tfc .j n.ji J VI. 3. W. Welch returned last week Electric Filling SUtion. , 6-17-tfo from a trip to Oklahoma. LOCAL UD-TTIO.T Mra. P. BoDDenmeyer returned last flu and ns suer enecu uc cessfully treated by Osteopathy, tfo Mr. Howard Hackney of the Gurley Broom Corn Co., left Mon day for a few weeks visit with rela tives in Wellington, Kansas. Mrs. Hackney haa been visiing in Welling ton for some time. week from a few days visit at Big Springs, Texas. The Kentucky Iron Worki, black smithing and general repair work. We make specialty of re-boring cyl inder! and lathe work. 5-fl-tfc Water Bags and Harvest Whips at Mrs. Joe Wilkinson and little son who have been visiting at Canyon, Texas, are expected home this week. Harry Holtxman and family of La mar, Colo., are visiting at the home of hia uncle, J. H. Ott. Buy soda by the case. You can al ways find it at Campbell's Ice Cream and Bottling Works. 6-27-tfc POLICE RECORD Subject Mary Regan. Ape 23 Years. Country American Citizen. Remarks: Educated in Prance, Suspected of being concerned with a group of American swindlers in Paris. Now sailing for New York via London and Liverpool. From Police, Paris, to Commissioner of Police, New York. Samuel Goldwyn and Rex Beach frtttnC LE ROY SCO famous story PARTN ERS f- NIGHT Raul Scar don K it It 'i -4 . 1 - Y.".I k. )., :,.--- Mi .J I. . 1 , -i-T '"I'l ,'.' i . n- 1 He Had Trapped the Notorious Criminal ! For years he had braved a thousand perils to track down the criminal who had baffled the detectives of two continents. He knew her only as Mary Regan of the Police In dex. A raid a desperate encounter a long hunt came ' swiftly to a close. He had trapped Mary Regan. Her capture meant fame glory until The discovery! She was the girl he was to MARRY I A drama or the Underworld The Soul of a Woman The Duty of a De tective A Thousand Thrills A Great Mystery Story. BROOM CORN New Mexico's one sure crop. Get your seed at Gurley Warehouse. 6-20-tfc P. J. Ryan and Son of Puoriu, Ills., are here for a few days. Mr. Ryun has real estate interests here. Lane & Sons Grain Co. Office 1st door north of White Cafe Phone 26. 6-20-tfc. J. T. Reel, who lives south of Clacktower, is planning to move to Clovis. Be sure of a money crop this fall plant Broom Com. Seed for sale at Gurley Warehouse. 6-20-tfc Miss Ruth Cook left today for Chicago to attend the Gregg Busi ness College. Miss Beatrice Fry left Wednesday for a month's visit at Kansas City and Carthage, Mo. Glassware and Queensware Mra. C. F. Wells returned to her home in Clovis Sunday after visit ing with her mother in Wichita Falls for several days. Dr. J. B. Westerficld and son returned this week from a visit in Kentucky. The Doctor took a post graduate course while away. McCormick and Dcering repairs W. A. Foyil, president of the Ainericun National Bank of Tucum , cari, N. M., and Misa Josephine j Pritchitt of Webb City, Mo., were married at the home of the bride Inst Tuesday. Mr. Foyil formerly lived in Cbvis. Mrs. W. F. Dillon and two child ren returned the latter part of last week from a visit to points in Kansas. Insist on being served with Camp bell's ice cream. There is none better. " 5-27-tfc I treat all diseases and disorders of women and attend confinement cases. r- H. R. Gibson. 10-30-tfc Mr.' and Mrs. R. B. Crawford re turned the latter part of last week from a visit to Kiowa, Kansas. Ciod Chisels, Punches and Wrenches Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Smith are via iting at pionts in Kentucky and Indiana. Felix Mandell left this week for Chicago where he will visit n few weeks. Mrs. Mandell left at th nine time for a visit at Albuquerque. Machine hemstitching and picot edge. Rush orders a specialty. Ade line Brown balcony Luikart's Dry Goods Store 2-13-3tc. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Smyer and children returned this week from a visit in North Carolina. They also visited Washington, D. C, and other points. I ALSO SHOWING TWO REEL SUNSHINE COMEDY MUTT AND JEFF CARTOON AT THE SAYOKIMY WIG HIT JUNE 19th TRY TO GET IN W. W. Griffith who has bei-n one of the salesmen at the Miiiwkll C'lothint,' and Dry Goods Ct ha accepted a position with a firiii at .Icronip, Ariz, for which place lie l ft the first of the w. ek. Mr. Grif fith's fumily will join him there next nionth. Header Forks and Barge Clamps Mrs. Edna Hume Durand, county club leader, is enjoying the visit of her mother, Mrs. Grant Hume, and her sister, Mrs. II. W. Peterson and children, of Parsons, Kansas, who arrived in Clovis for a short visit last week. Mrs. S. F. Morris was taken to Clovis last Saturday and underwent an operation for appendix trouble. It was found that the appendix had burst and the poison had ben dis tributed through her system and the patient was pronounced to be in a very serious condition. At the time this is being written (Tuesday morn ing) she is reported to bo doing nicely and her recovery Is evidently likely. Melrose Mesunger. Harvest Oil and Oilers W. W. Morrison, one of the own ers of the Waurika News-Democrat, at Waurika, Okla., was a Clovis vis itor Tuemlny. Mr. Morrison owns land in New Mexico and is making a trip to the Sunshine state to look after his interests. He said to the News man : "Clovis is a dandy town, and looks different than it did some thirteen years ago when I worked os a printer on a newspaper at Texico." Dr. C. 0. Warrinnr and wife re turned the first of tho week from an automobile trip to the coast. Dr. Wsrriner says they visited eiirhi. states and also Old Mexico and they had a fine trip. Sheet Music! Sheet Music! Hie; song hits of Broadway, New York are arriving dally. Croft Music Co. EVERYTHING MUSICAL Your H Is a Question of Absolute Knowledge of the Man Who Puts Up Your Medicines You know nothing of drugs, you are not expect ed to, you don't want to. But you do know when drugs fail to do their work.. Where is your protection, where is your safe ty I In the druggist, of course. How do you select your doctor I Absolutely on his reputation. Then why don't you select your druggist the same way? Our reputation is your safety. Wc have been compounding prescriptions for many years. Wc have the knowledge, the training, experi ence, the most ample facilities, and the largest stock of purest drugs produced. There's every reason in the world why you should bring or send your prescriptions to us, just as there is a reason for selection of one .special doctor to proscribe the medicines. Your special doctor and your special druggist tfill guard your iuTilth and safety. 1V i, A Comppletc Stock of East man Kodaks and Supplies. Let us do your Developing and printing. Victrolas and Gmfonolas Sold on Easy Payments. A Lnrge Stock of Records. New ones Weekly. SOUTHWESTERN DRUG CO. CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO Juil a whitpan If you will bring that pr..cr!ption to .s It will b filled by a refiilered pharmacitt.