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THE CLOVIS NEWS, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 120.
CLASSIFIED : A D S : RATE le Per Ward Per Itsne FOR SALE. New Ford with tarter. G. E. Harmon, comer Washington and Reid. ltp FOR SALK Good milk cows, horses and Mexican adobes. Also five houses ond vacant lots for s,'.le by owner. See R. H. (Shorty) An derson, 206 S. Lane St. 6-10-4tp FOR SALE New Ford Coupe hock absorbers number, etc. 6-8-2tp E. W. BOWYER. FOP. RENT Two sleeping rooms. Phone 304. 6-1 0-2 tp . FOR SALE. Good, sound eedar posts, ear lota. Can ship at once. Address M. Jones, Box 862, Gallup, N. M. 6-17-3tc FOR SALE. Five room bunga low, with or without furniture, cor ner Washington and Reid. Terms if desired. G. E. Harmon. 1-tp Would like to trade first class income prpoperty in Needles, Cali fornia, for business or residence property in Clovis. Address Box 484, Needles, Calif. 6-17-4tp. FOR SALE 370 acres good plains land, 2 miles Friona, fenced nnd watered, price ?30 per acre. Half cash, balance terms. See vs for cheat) farm and ranch land. M. A. Crum, Friona, Texas 6-17-4tp. FOR SALE Dodge touring car in good condition and a new Chevrolet. Miller-Nash Motor Co. 6-3-tfc W A N T E D To buy an organ Anyone having one for sale notify J. 3. Spuurlin, Route A Clovis. 6-3-4tp FOR RENT One bed room, phone 287, or apply at 201 South Ax tclL S-3-tf- NOTICE I have for sale about tiiree thousand head of breeding ewes near Santa Rosa, N. M., which have been wintered in that vicinity. All good young ewes about half of which are two year olds which I would sell at shearing time with the lambs thrown in and the wool off or before hearing either. Fred Baca, Santa Boaa, N. M. 6-1 0-4 tc FOR SALE Perfection, four burner, high back oil stove with oven. In good condition. Cheap if old at once. Can be seen at Cooper Transfer storage house. 6-1 0-2 tp $25 GEOLOGICAL MAP NEW MEXICO FREE. Mail check 175 to Ansel White, Geologist, Oklahoma City, for 80 acre oil lease, Quay County. Geological report included. HARVEST HANDS: The grain harvest in the Plainview district will be in full swing by June 21st. Esti mated 150,000 acres wheat, oats am barley. After wheat harvest, other work including cotton picking, will follow for three months. 1 Board of City Development, ltc Plainview, Texas. FOR SALE 20 milk cows fresh. Will sell them at the right price. J. T. Reed, one mile west and one mile south of Blacktower, or address Route A. 6-17-2tp. TO THE LADIES Now is a good time to get a good supply of W ATKINS extracts, spices, soaps, toilet articles stock and poul try tonics, etc. BEST MADE. Phone 243, or leave your order with me at the post office. G. H. BLANKENSHIP, 6-3-3tp 910 N. Wallace St. Fi4 Harvey invites the applica tion of young ladies for its ecir- ice as lunch room attendants, dining room girls, maids and pantry girls experience not necessary. Boys as bus-boys and kitchen work. ers. Excellent wage and good work- Ing hours. Apply HARVEY HOUSE, CLOVIS. 610-tfc French Potash. With ono exception all potash mines tn Al suce were owned and operated by German companies before the war. Until the Alsatian mlnVs passed under French control the German govern ment regulated tho sale of potaxh from them and from the German mines In order to prevent overproduction snd to keep prices at a uniform level. The total quantity to be sold during the year was fixed, ns well as the amount to be supplied by each company. Prices were established for the various grades. During the year 1013 the German and Alsatian mines produced 11,000,000 tons of crude potash, six per cent of this amount, or approxi mately 606,000 tons, being the quota from the Alsttlaa mines. When the Gennsns left, some of the mines were found te be In a flooded state, and considerable pumping and repair were necessary. Since the armistice the production ha been Increased by more than 300 per cent Houses Scare In Honolulu. According to men In a position te know, Honolulu Is facing a critical situation today because of the short age of buildings for business md resi dential occupation, a condition which ha been, rendered dangerous to the future prosperity of the city by the embargo on building during the war, which has not been followed by a building boom of the magnitude needed. From the Pacific Commercial Advertiser (Honolulu). Forestalled. He Darling, I see that a food ex. pert says that a family can live on $12 a week. Do you think It posslblet She No, dearest, but 111 be a sis ter to you. Boston Transcript r . ... The Thrift of a MAXWELL comes from its special steels Nearly 400,000 owners know well how thrifty a Maxwell really is. Men in the trade in selling other cars often use the expres sion "as thrifty as a Maxwell." Special steels are the under lying cause of Maxwell's thrift. These are steels, made to Maxwell's own formulae, after years of tests, analysis and si jdy, which make possible the ideal construction of great strength and light weight. They give a Maxwell the ability to stand wear, strain, twists and jolts that other cars much larger and heavier would have difficulty to resist. But they make a Maxwell light. They eliminate useless weight; they case the burden on the engine and thus gas, oil and tires render long mileage results. Hence, the ever growing re spect and admiration for Maxwell the world over ; and ita consequent fast growing numbers. Nearly 400,000 in use today; a year hence 500,000. Clovis Motor Sales Co. Corner Pile and Grand Clovis, N. M. MSS. HESTON DEAD Mrs, Mary C. Heston died Tues day at her home on North Calhoun Street The funeral service was held Thursday of this wk. Mrs. Heston was a member of the Baptist Church, and was survived by three sons. r- -i I,,"- Monuments that are bought of un known solicitors very often discolor and deteriorate so why not purch aso the memorial of a concern that ins a local reputation for good work? Tho monument is something that is to Inst for all time therefore only the finest quality cf granito or mar ble should be used and the best of skill in lettering and setting. Our designs are beautiful and our prices reasorablc. Lot us show them to you and you will be convinced. Rapp Monument Co. 210 West Grand Avenue FARMERS STATE BANK OP CLOVIS We invite your business upon the most favor able terms consistent with prudent banking principles. THE CLOVIS NATIONAL BANK i ' Capital $50,000 Surplus $27,500 Z " aSV. "The Bank That Accomodates" t a 4W FIRST NATIONAL BANK Clovis. New Mexico ; ; Capital, Surplus and Profits $135,000,00 A Strong Bank In a Growing Town 44 THE CITIZENS BANK OF CLOVIS "The Farmers' Friend" x We solicit your banking business. r u: BUILDING SERVICE "A board and a n:il and a bucket of paint Makes many a place- look new, that ain't Our place of business is much more than a lumber storehouse. It is headquarters for building service. Letus do your building and repairing an 1 painting planning. Tell us voiir needs We supply them SATINFACTOIJ I hY. Kemp Lumber Company To the the People of Clovis and Surrounding Country Investigate the Praetorians m r : : i Si mseaBm IWITMiANVitbiMi, The Pratorian Building "Owned and operated ex clusively by the Praetorians. I am making Clovis my Headquarters for a large district for the Praetorians. I will be glad of an opportunity to explain the proposition to you. , Scientific Life Insurance The Praetorians is a scientific Life Insurance institution with the home office in Dallas, Texas. The institution was organized 22 years ago and from the very beginning the Order began putting aside a reserve to protect its policy holders and we now have over $80.00 per capita, per member, to protect our policy holders! Men and Women Admitted on Same Basis of Rates Women are admitted tn the Praetorians on the same basis of rates as men. All meet in the same council. This makes a fine social feature. Accident Benefits in Every Policy Without Extra Cost Kvcry policy the Praetorians write provides for accident benefits without extra cost. Also dis ability features. Our Leader Is the Twenty Year Pay Policy The Pratorians sell several clascs of policies. Our leader is the 20 vear payment plan. Why take a policy on which you have to continue paying 'pre miums as long as you live when you can get a policy in the Pratorians and get it fully paid up in twenty years? Wc also write a ten year pay policy. Cush and loan features in both the above policies after the second year. . I Will Be Glad to Explain Our Different Plans and Special Benefits to You GEO. R. RAY, District Manager Representing THE PRAETORIANS OFFICE 10454 S. MAIN ST. PHONE 157 CLOVIS, N.M. Home office, Dallas, Texas O. B. Gardner, President. L. Blaylock, Vice President i i 3)(Q) mm