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TilS CL0V13 NZV.-J, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 120.
dr. c l McClelland Physician mI SargSM Office over Donhof Jew. Ce Residence, 914 N. Main St. 4 . CLOVIS, N.M. DR. L. M. BIGGS , Veterinary Surgtoa ' 4 4 Pbone 831 i Clovis, New Mexico' ? DR. C. 0. WARR1NER CHIROPRACTOR 113 South Main St. rnoNE ioi 4 Dr J. B. Westerfield 4 Physician and Surgeon. 4 4 Office orer Sunshine Shop 4 4 Office Pbone 231. Residence 209 4 4444444444444444 444444444444444 DR. H. B. GIBSON 4 OfTEOPATIl 4 4 TreaU all dldesses, both acute and 4 4 chronic. Office In New Tile 4 4 b-ll'dlng on comer north of Fire 4 4 Station and east of Lyceum 4 4 theatre. 4 4 Office phone S83.' Residence 3fl0. 4 4 Clovis, New M'llco. 4 THOMAS W. JONES 4 Veterinarian. 4 4 200 Weat Otero Street. 4 4 Phone 45. Gloria. N. M. 44444444 4 NOTICE TO ALL 4 4 PRATORIANS 4 4 You will please pay your duel 4 4 in the future to H. E. Carlisle, 4 4 Rccordr, at Clovis National 4 4 Bank. 4 4 H. E. Carlisle, Recorder 4 BERLIN POPULATION 3,801,235 Effect of War le 8hown In Big Dt. crease In Males According to Census. Washington, D. C The city ol Berllt with ndjncent districts now In eludes 3,801,2.'15 Inhiihltnnt. ncconllnn to recent Ikhuci of the Ilcrllil pre, which published results of the census Started October 8, 1010. The most re mnrknhlo fenturo of the census was the considerable decrease In the city proper, census reports showing a loss of more thnn eMit per cent slnco WW, The effect of the war wua seen In the fact tlmt the number of mules In the suburbs of Berlin Increased only 033. while females Increased 1!S,0T7, In (lrenter Berlin mules decreased 64,000 and Jenmles increased 124,800, DRIFT 1b DAYS ON ICE CAKE Three Eskimo Hunters Arrive In Nome After Braving Perils In the Bering Sea. Nome, Alaska. Three Eskimo hunt ers came Into Nome over the sea Ice cat of sight of land. They said they hnd suffered from cold and hunger and that while hunt ing seals they camped on the Ice oft the mouth of a liver 1!0 miles south of Nome. One morning they awoke to find a gale had torn their Ire rake free and had carried It to seu. They did pet sight land again until March 2. The men reached Nome by working their canoe through the loose Ice until tbe; reached solid shore Ice. STiiVIACH II Mr. Marion Ilolcomb. of Nancy, Ky., says: For quite a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If 1 ate anything with butter, oil or crease, I would spit it up. I began to have regular sick headache. I had used pills nnd tablets, bul after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just seemed to tear nr) stomach all up. I found they were no cood at all for my trouble. I heard THEDFORD'S MCHMI recommended very highly, so began to use it It cured me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or ' stomach trouble any more." Black-Draught act3 on the jaded liver and helps it to do lis Important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the sys tem. This medicine should be in every household for use In time of need. Oct a package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresli to morrow. Wee 25c a package. All druggists. mmm FA 2 Rail, swMt stay moral I hear the Mis rinsing to uahtr thte In, tor iurolr thou art to be a (lad day tor somebody. SAUCES FOR VARIOUS DISHE8. The white sauce Is so well known and used that it seems unnecessary to mention It White sauce va ries at to the amount of buttei and flour, the milk belug flit sume. The thick er sauce Is UM'd for croquettes, that not so thick for souffles and the common sauce used for so nmny scalloped dishes, which calls for two tabh-spoonfuls each of flour and but ter. This amount is Increased up to four which Is for the croquette sauce. Mushroom Sauce. Melt one table spoonful of butter. Add one table spoonful of flour and when bubbling hot stir In one cupful of rich milk. Stir until smooth and slightly thick. Season with salt, cayenne and celery salt. Add one-half con of mushrooms, chopped, when hot serve on beef ion f. Poulette 8auce. Take two table spoonfuls each of butter and flour, one-fourth of a cupful of sweet creum. one cupful of chicken or other white Stock, one egg yolk, salt, pepper, nut meg and lemon juice to season. Conk the sauce, using the stock, then add the cream, and Just before serving the lemon juice. Tills Is especially ac ceptable with veal or warmed-over chicken. Olive Sauce. Chop One eight good sired olives and Just before serving add to the following: Brown Sauce. Melt two table spoonfuls of butter, add two table- sfioonfuls of flour and a slice of minced onion, cook until dark In color. Add one cupful of brown atock; cook one minute and strain. A few drops nf kitchen bouquet will add to the flavor and deepen the color. Drawn Butter 8auce, Melt four tnhiespoonruls of butter, add two tHlilespoonfuls of flour, salt, pepper and cayenne to tnste. Add one cup ful of water and cook until thick Half of the butter may bo reserved and beaten Into the sauce very slowly. This takes more time hut It Improves the sauce. To serve with fish add tuhlcspnonfiil or two of enpers, or few chopped pickles. Potato flour used In the same pro portion makes more delicate sauces and does not need as long conking. Fleeing High Cost of Living. Maybe one of these coed spring days, when the foi; hangs heavy over the streets of London and tdirouds the Thames In kth.v. n little Imrk mnr nut out to sen In quest of t'topln. Others have sought t, of course, hut llielr failures have In no way daunted those who have come lifter them. And so It happens, remarks the Kansas City Times, that an Englishman Is seeking kindred spirits to Join him In flight from tile cares nf life, from depreciat ed currency and the It. C. of I,, to some tropical Isle whero the sun shines the year around, whero man's wants are simple nnd clothes nro useless Impediments, where food drops from trees Into laxy hands and life flows a placid, unruffled strenm. And. nf course, being an English' man and having an Idea, he must pass It ulong In the classified columns nf the London Times. Consequently the following notice recently nppeared: "Wlni Is fed np with continued un rest and sovereign's depreciation, nnd 'Miiihl .loin a party of new pilgrims, proponing to colonize liny old Island where the "tin shines, Ini-nllty not de cided? Suggestions welcomed from presi live pilgrims; le-ne hut realty hl!.- people' need apply. Box A "!!. the Times." Phone 97 for job work of all kinds. TROUBLE nr. era u 111 tUKY SUITTO EUCXKAIL Aoeordlnt t Private Detective, It le a Great and Thriving Industry In This Country. ' One of the greatest of oar private detective! told me the other day that If be were a bright young man and wanted to go into a profitable business be would handle a nice line of black mail, says a writer In the Boston Globe. "Believe me," sold he, "more money Is being paid out In blackmail In this country than on the army and navy. I'm not kidding any. I think that If t hud the. blackmail payments for two years I could settle our national debt and be money ahead." Now and then, he admitted, black mailers find rose leaves In tbelr silken sheets. A young man was found dead some time ago In a certain Eastern city, a large part of his brains having been wasted by what seems to have been one of the large blue automatics the army and navy wear. He did not work on the case, but he thinks that the dead young man tried to blackmail the wrong person. , He thinks he knows who the person is, but he Isn't saying anything. He hopes some other blackmailer will try him on. ' A gentleman from Chicago is said to have been asked for $14,000 by a pair of blackmailing crooks. The gen- tleman from Chicago enlisted the old of his chauffeur and beat the pair of crooks so that the lady did not get out of a hospital for four weeks. The man la In the hospital yet , It was not polite or gentlemanly on the part of the Chicago man, but It was effective. The same pair will not try It on him again. "That is the only way to handle blackmailers," said the detective. "Don't bargain with them beat them. If yon can't do It yourself hire a man. But beat them so they think the next time out you will kill them. If yon do not do it you're lost. Ton will pay all your life. They never let np." "Do you mean what you say about money pnymentsr "It Is the biggest business In the country, next to steel." NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Notice is hereby given that Wil liam L. Glen, of St. Vrain, N. M who, on May 29, 1917, made Addi tional Homestead entry No. 01C7C2, Goodyear Advantages in Tires for the Smaller Cars .ww aawewann. v "A wood three mile long and three miles broad" Is the description of Gawsworth given In the Domesday Book. The village at the beginning of 1020, when It along with the rest of the earl of Harrington's Cheshire prop erty, la being sold at the Macclesfield drill hall, preserves Its ancient bound arles almost as they were In those by gone days. Besides the Old Hall, dat ing back to the fourteenth century, the village boasts of the most perfect tilting ground in England. In the eighteenth century one of Gawsworth's sons earned fume as a dancing master, poet, playwright, musician nnd actor combined. "Old Maggoty," or "Mag goty Johnson," wrote "Hurlothrumbo," a satire on the ago, to which he was Instigated by the duke of Montague. "Old Maggoty" of Gawsworth was known In society as "Lord Flame," from the character of that name In his work, Christian Science Monitor. If its news The News wants it We want you to try SUNLIGHT FLOUR It is manufactured by the Cramer Mill and El- evators Co. right here in Clovis. Buy Flour Now Buy your Sunlight Flour now for two or three months ahead as it is now manufactured out of old wheat and the grade is Al. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT t Cramer Mill & Elevators Company CLOVIS, N.M. ' , H 30s 3A Goodyear Doutle-Cur JO150 Fabric, AlUWeather Tread. Lj 30 3'4 Goodvear Single-Cure 1 50 Fabric, Anti-Skid Tread. v L 1 for SW54, Section 81, Township 8 N., Range 33 E.,N.M.P.Merid!an has filed notlre of Intention to nuke Final 8 year proof to establish claim to the land above described, before R, D. Elder, U. 8. Commissioner, in his office at St. Vrain, N. 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Why rUk a sood cuing with a cheap tube! Goodyear Heavy TouriiC Tubes cunt little more than tubes of lots merit. iOxixi size in water $50 proof bag 1 T 20th-daypf JoneV,1920. ; -Claimant .names as witnewaMS James B. Roy, Prank E. Dent, Eswum F. Bookter, Joe Randolph, all of C Vrain, N.M. W. R. McGILL, 6-20-5U Register il fil'l t. ONE CENT A DOSE am